### How many Indian rupees is equal to a dollar?

## How many Indian rupees is equal to a dollar?

Convert US Dollar to Indian Rupee

USD | INR |
---|---|

1 USD | 73.7098 INR |

5 USD | 368.549 INR |

10 USD | 737.098 INR |

25 USD | 1,842.74 INR |

**What is the meaning of 1 million rupees?**

The value of 1 million is 10 lakhs in Indian rupees or one thousand thousands. One million is abbreviated as m (i.e., million). For example 2 millions can be written as 2 m.

**Who is the Indian money?**

Indian rupee

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### What is the value of one million rupees?

Million is the term used to describe large amounts of money in the International currency system (like counties of US). However, the value of 1 million can be expressed as: 1 Million = 1000000 rupees. 1 Million = 10 lakhs. 1 Million = 0.1 crore.

**How much is one million dollars in India?**

Here you are getting today’s value of one million US Dollar to Indian Rupee . Online interactive currency converter & calculator ensures provding actual conversion information of world currencies according to “Open Exchange Rates” and provides the information in its best way.

**What was the value of one rupee in 1947?**

It is believed that 1 INR used to be equal to 1 USD. There are multiple arguments about how 1 Dollar rupees in 1947 had a better value . The most common one is however that there was no metric system so all currencies had the same value.

## Which is bigger one million rupees or one lakhs?

MIllion is the term used to represent large numbers in the International numeral system. We can represent millions using some conversions to represent in the Indian numeral system. To convert millions to rupees, we should take one million as ten lakhs in Indian rupees and one lakhs has six zeros.

How many Indian rupees is equal to a dollar? Convert US Dollar to Indian Rupee USD INR 1 USD 73.7098 INR 5 USD 368.549 INR 10 USD 737.098 INR 25 USD 1,842.74 INR What is the meaning of 1 million rupees? The value of 1 million is 10 lakhs in Indian rupees or one thousand…