The Indian government has recently cleared a certain design as the symbol for the Indian ‘RUUPAYAA’. However, this selected symbol is totally wrong and does not reflect the true spirit of the Indian ‘RUUPAYAA’. The selected symbol combines the English ‘R’ with the Hindi ‘RA’. This combination is wrong because the Indian currency is pronounced as ‘RUUPAYAA’ and not as ‘RAPAYAA’ [which is indicated by the use of the ‘R’].
The CORRECT symbol for the Indian ‘RUUPAYAA’ must reflect the ‘RUU’ of the ‘RUUPAYAA [RUU+PA+YAA]’. The correct symbol reflecting this ‘RUU’ correctly combines the Roman ‘RUU’ as well.
Therefore, it is demanded strongly that the Indian government derecognize the INCORRECT symbol for the Indian 'RUUPAYAA' that has been chosen by the Indian government. Instead, it must choose the correct symbol that has been stated, described and explained in the following/attached document dated 16th of July, 2010 by SWAAMEE APRTEMAANANDAA JEE.
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