One Million Rupees Equals To How Many Rupees?


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Yun Wan answered
The rupee is the monetary unit of account used in countries including India, Pakistan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mauritius, Seychelles etc. However, 'rupee' is pronounced and named different depending on which language you are speaking in. E.g. Rupee is "rupia" in Spanish and "taka" in Bengali.
The question you are asking depends on which currency and which country you are referring to. For example, in India, the official currency used is the Indian rupee where 1 rupee is subdivided into 100 paise. People in India sometimes refer to the paisa as "Naya-Paisa" (new-money) to signify the new currency from the old one. The Indian rupee is issued and controlled by the Reserve Bank of India.
In Pakistan, the official currency is the Pakistani rupee and like in India, 1 rupee is subdivided into 100 paise but larger values are counted in terms of thousands, lakh (100 thousand, in digits 1,00,000) and crore (10 million, in digits 1,00,00,000). The Pakistani rupee is issued and controlled by the State Bank of Pakistan.
Both the Mauritian and Sri Lankan rupees are divided into 100 cents whereas the Nepalese rupee subdivides into 100 paisa. In the Maldives, the currency used is the rufiyah (for notes) and Laaris (for coins). One rufiya is equivalent to 100 Laaris and are available in the denominations of 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500. The best solution is to research the currencies you want to find out about before logging on to cash converter sites e.g. to help track down your question.
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Anonymous answered
One million rupees is equal to how many rupees
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5 crore approx
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John Munos answered

Simply check the exchange rate and multiply it
by One Million.

That, is, the exchange rate of a SINGLE dollar for rupees

At 5 o' clock in the morning Eastern Daylight Savings Time August 26 2013
it is 64.16 Indian Rupees/1 dollar so

it is


This rate changes day to day. I recmonded you Currency converter app through this you get more results about Money converter .

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Anonymous answered
Both weight the same 1kg of iron and one kg of cotton .. Weighs the same except volumes would be different.
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Mitch Corrales answered
Ahahay... This question is reminiscent of the, "Which is heavier - a kilogram of iron or a kilogram of cottons?"

Might as well answer this: One Million Rupees.

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