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# What is the currency of India?

Question #25543. Asked by tps. (Dec 25 02 9:02 PM)

billfay

That would be the rupee. You can get 48 of them right now for one US Dollar.

 Dec 25 02, 9:12 PM
r1creator

The currency is the rupee. Compared to us, it is relatively weak. On September 2008, the exchange rate was about 44.5 to our one US dollar.

Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Rupee

 Sep 14 08, 9:06 PM
puppy_luv16

It is the Rupee (rs). One rupee is a 100 paise (p).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rupee

 Dec 04 09, 1:28 AM

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