, B284 (PNL): 100 rupees (US$1.20)Green and lilac. Front: Mount Everest; Mayadevi inside silver metallic oval; map of Nepal; Ashoka pillar; wood carvings from temple of Taleju in Kathmandu; clouds. Back: One-horned rhinoceros in grassy plain; bank logo. 2.5-mm wide windowed security thread with demetalized NRB. Watermark: Rhododendron. Printer: (TDLR).
According to a BCC report, Nepal Rastra Bank is withdrawing all banknotes bearing the portrait of the former king, Gyanendra, as of 15 March 2011, though they can still be exchanged for new notes depicting Mount Everest at bank branches for several more weeks.
,, B279: 1,000 rupees (US$13.65) Like Pick 66, but without rhododendron printed atop watermark area. Introduced 8 January 2010. Blue, brown, and green. Front: Mount Everest; goddess Bhagwati; Swayambhunath stupa and temple of goddess Harati; obverse of coin. Back: Elephant; bank logo. 4-mm wide windowed security thread with demetalized NRB.
,, 500 rupees (US$6.50)Like Pick 65, but without rhododendron printed atop watermark (unknown; presumably not King Gyanendra), and new signature (Deependra Bahadur Chhettri). Introduced 20.09.2009. Reportedly printed in France. A new 1,000-rupee note is expected in December. Presumably it will be like Pick 66, but again without the rhododendron printed