how many languages in 10 rupee note

by editor k

This is one of the most important questions people ask me about money (and, to be fair, it is one of the most important, considering that I am a Bengali). But, to get to the answer, we go back several centuries, the time of the British East India Company.

The British East India Company wanted to set up a colony in India. But because of the Indian language barrier, they couldn’t just set up an English-speaking colony. So the British East India Company decided to create the Indian language, and as a result Indian money was first printed in English. This in turn allowed the East India Company to use it in their trade negotiations.

So you know what has happened to me in my life? I’ve forgotten the Indian language. That’s actually what caused me to be on Deathloop… and since I’m a Bengali, I’m probably going to be on the island of Blackreef for a year. That’s how long I am going to be on Deathloop, though I’m not sure it will be as long as the game.

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