Looking to convert your rupees into pounds? Our currency converter can help you calculate important quanitites with the most recent conversion rates daily.
Converter Rupees - British Pounds
As two currencies that are in high circulation in the world, the relationship between the British pound and Indian rupee is somewhat stable at this moment in time. Even during the British control of India, the country had never adopted the GBP currency. Our currency converters can help you calculate between currencies and provide information on each currency.
How Does the Converter from Rupees (₹) to Pounds (£) Work?
To begin converting, enter the amount of rupees you wish to convert in the box above and click ¨convert¨. The amount that will appear will be shown in pounds and will be an accurate quantity based on the day’s conversion rates. To calculate the other way, use our pound – rupee converter.
About the Indian ₹
The rupee is the official currency of the Republic of India and is subdivided into 100 paise. The Indian rupee symbol that is in use now was introduced in 2010 after a national competition for Indian residents. Other ways of symbolising the rupee include ¨Rs¨ which is still used in other countries that have adopted the rupee name.
About the British £
The pound is the official currency of Great Britain but is also used in the surrounding islands and other British territory in the Antarctic and off the coast of South America. One pound consists of 100 pence which is the subdivision of British currency. The sterling pound is an important currency in the foreign exchange market and is highly influencial.