Convert Indian Rupees (INR) to British Pounds (GBP)

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Historical Exchange Rates Indian Rupee to British Pound

Live Exchange Rates Cheatsheet for
₹1.00 INR
£0.01 GBP
₹5.00 INR
£0.05 GBP
₹10.00 INR
£0.09 GBP
₹50.00 INR
£0.46 GBP
₹100.00 INR
£0.92 GBP
₹250.00 INR
£2.30 GBP
₹500.00 INR
£4.61 GBP
₹1,000.00 INR
£9.21 GBP

Indian Rupee & British Pound Currency Information

Indian Rupee
FACT 1: The currency of India is the Indian Rupee. It's code is INR and the symbol is ₹. According to our data, USD to INR is the most popular Indian Rupee exchange rate conversion. Nicknames for the INR include: Taaka, Rupayya, Rūbāi & Athanni.
FACT 2: The most frequently used banknotes in India are: ₹5, ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹500, ₹1000. It's used in India, Bhutan & Nepal.
FACT 3: Following the independence of British India in 1947, the Indian rupee replaced all the currencies of the previously autonomous states. After independence, coins were imprinted with Indian statesmen, historical and religious figures.
British Pound
FACT 1: The currency of the Great Britain is the British Pound. It's code is GBP According to our data, GBP to EUR is the most popular United Kingdom Pound exchange rate conversion. The Brits have developed a number of nicknames for its currency, including: Sterling, Wong, Quid, Nicker, Bunce.
FACT 2: The most frequently used banknotes in the UK are: £5, £10, £20, £50. It's used in: The United Kingdom (UK), England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Saint Helena and Ascension, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Tristan da Cunha
FACT 3: British Pound Sterling can lay claim to being the oldest currency in use today. Sterling is the fourth most traded world currency and third largest currency reserve held in the world. The Bank of England is the monetary equivalent of the Federal Reserve in the US.

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