Top 10 Countries Where Indian Currency Is Used

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Navneet Bajpai
Apr 27, 2019   •  38 views

Strength of currency is a relative topic which can be understood by three important factors determining it, that are high-interest rates, economic policies and stability of trade. A country relatively has a higher value of the currency when the interest rate is provided to the investors from abroad such that they are ready to invest, economic policies are made to tighten fiscal schemes and anti-inflammatory decisions and stability of trade more especially plays the main role in changing its global value.

While India’s currency Rupees is not a very strong currency, but it is stronger than some of the countries currency which is also a developing country like India. Some of the countries are-

1. Indonesia

Indonesia is one the most beautiful countries in the world also as it is a collection of the island the tourism business of Indonesia is the biggest source of money transfer in the country. Bali is the most popular destination for vacation known around the world. The temples and the farms with beautiful beaches this country is a must on your trip list. As 1 INR = 204.90 Indonesian Rupiah

2. Vietnam

Vietnam is a country with a different culture and has the Buddist Pagodas and mouth-watering cuisines. Vietnam is in South Asia and is not that far away too. The currency in Vietnam is Vietnamese dong and 1 INR = 333.43 Vietnamese Dong.

3. Cambodia

Cambodia is the country famous for Ankhor Wat temple made for the Hindu religion. The country is the neighbouring country of Vietnam and has very pretty seashores and mountains. The currency of Cambodia is a combination of riel and 1 INR = 57.80 Cambodian Riel.

4. Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an island country in the Indian Ocean below India. It's capital of Sri Lanka in Colombo. The places like Sigiriya, Colombo, Kandy and Galle are not just beautiful but also have amazing historic significant monuments and amazing places to relax. The currency of Sri Lanka is Sri Lanka rupee. And 1 INR = 2.57 Sri Lanka Rupee.

5. Hungary

Hungary is a landlocked country with breathtaking architecture and culture influenced by Romans, Turkish and others. Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. Hungarian is the national language with a minority of German speakers. The currency of Hungary is Hungarian Forint and 1 INR = 4 Hungarian Forint.

7. Mongolia

Know for the vast landscapes and the nomadic lifestyle of the people makes this a unique and developing country. The population is not very much of this country so will find yourself in less crowd enjoying the ‘land of blue skies’. The currency of Mongolia is Mongolian Tugrik and 1 INR = 37.55 Mongolian tugrik.

8. Paraguay

Paraguay is a landlocked country of the South-American continent. It is surrounded by Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia. The capital city of Paraguay is Asuncion. The currency of Paraguay is Paraguayan Guarani and 1 INR = 87.59 Paraguayan Guarani.

9. Costa Rica

It is a rugged and rainforest containing Central America country with a beautiful coastline, volcano and biodiversity. The capital city of Costa Rica is San Jose. It is nature heaven and travellers keep it top in there travel lists. The currency of Costa Rica is Costa Rican Colon and 1 INR = 8.69 Costa Rican Colon.

10. Chile

Chile is a long but a narrow country along with the western coast of South America with the neighbouring country Argentina. It has 6000km of Pacific Ocean touching it At its long coastline. The capital of Chile in Santiago. It has some very beautiful resorts and coastlines to die for. The currency of Chile is Chilean Peso and 1 INR = 9.55 Chilean Peso.

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