New Delhi, February 1, 207, Tuesday
The Indian rupee has depreciated sharply against the US dollar in the past few years. One rupee is needed to buy one dollar. The Indian Rupee lags far behind the European Union’s currency, the Euro and the British Pound, but it is surprising to know that there are some countries whose Indian rupee is priced much higher than their currencies. Therefore, traveling to these countries is possible in a low budget. When India got independence on 15th August, the Indian rupee was very strong against the pound. Therefore the British could never establish the pound as the main currency of India.
Until 1919, the Indian rupee was considered a powerful currency in many parts of the world. The Indian rupee was highly valued in international trade. The Indian rupee was used as legal tender in Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and some countries in the Middle East. In 191, the Jawaharlal Nehru government borrowed money for the first five-year plan. Dollar was trading between 16 to 18 at 4.5 rupees. Vietnam is considered to be the best country in India’s currency exchange. The dong is the currency of Vietnam in Southeast Asia. 1 Indian Rupee is equal to 312.5 Vietnamese Dong.
In Indonesia, a country made up of 6,000 islands, one Indian rupee is equal to 19.50 IDR of Indonesia. Located in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the country has several travel destinations that benefit from the exchange rate. One Indian Rupee in Cambodia is equal to 7.5 Rial. Rial is the currency of Cambodia. Cambodia is home to the world famous Angkor Wat Temple and Buddhist Temple. Tourists come from far and wide to see. The Indian Rupee is the currency of Guinea in a much stronger position than that of Paraguay. 1 rupee is equal to 21.5 guar. Paraguay attracts a lot of tourists as it is a country rich in natural beauty.