Why lion are shown on a Indian currency note?

It symbolises INDIAN BRAVERY AND STRENGTH

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On the front side three lions are there.These are taken from the ASHOKA EMEBLEM IN SARNATH

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they show the national emblem of india

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they show the  emblem of ashoka taken from sarnath.

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lions are shown on a indian currency note because lions are our national animal and thats why they are shown on a currency note

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they show the emblem of ashoka taken from sarnath.

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India is a tiger
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The lions represents the attainment of budha hood . The four lions represent the POWER, COURAGE, PRIDE, and CONFIDENCE. So India adopted the emblem of 4 lion after it got independence. That is why the emblem is used on Indian currency note.
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lion shown in indian currency because  it is national emblem. it indicates '' one who wins four direction ''. it is built by ashoka.
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Because india is brave entery
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The lion capital is present in the council of India because it indicates power, courage, confidence, pride. It is built by emperor Ashoka on Sarath.
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because lion is also indicated in national emblem
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The lions that are shown on our currency notes represent the four lions carved in stone,and placed on top of a massive stone pillar at Sarnath. The significance of Sarnath is that it was the place where Buddha taught for the first time after attaing enlightenment. On instructions of ashoka these lions were carved in Sarnath as king Ashoka had himself turned to Buddhism after the Kalinga war
 
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