The Indian rupee is the official currency of India. The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Reserve Bank of India. The most commonly used symbol for the rupee is Rs, RS, INR
The Indian rupee is subdivided into 100 paise. India has been one of the earliest issuers of coins in the world.
You can convert USD to Indian rupees using Google search engine. No need to visit any other web site. For example convert 100 USD to Indian rupees or vise versa
=> Go to www.google.co.in
=> Type ‘query 100 usd in INR‘
=> You can conert Indian rupees to USD with query ‘10000 INR in usd‘
You can also convert to other currency such as euros 10000 INR in euros.
This is called Google currency conversion feature. This is built-in currency converter, simply enter the conversion you’d like done into the Google search box and hit “Enter” or click the Google Search button.
5 thoughts on “Use google to convert USD (US Dollars $$) to Indian rupees – INR”
feedback from premâ†²hello dwayne â†²dis is prem frm mumbaiâ†²my solution is u make ur status into usdâ†²n wen neone goin 2 convert money to inr it shows error number 109 n u hv 2 recollect tht inf file n u should insert into server no 3 n after tht u can control tht temp and all acs must b on neither it ll goin 2 b burntâ†²thnx for asking me ur queryâ†²wish i m perfectual 2 solve u r queriesâ†²-prem
how to display like rate or USD into INR……………………………….
and the Rate will be update every 1 Minute……….
Same feature is available in bing also. Type “1000 usd to inr” you will get following result.
Convert US Dollars to Indian Rupees
1000 USD = 45,085.66300 INR
BTW – this page was ranked as one on the bing for the above search query.
The google search engines are getting more and more advanced by the day and really do appreciate the wealth of features available to it. Currency conversion is a useful option to have. My only concern however, is how accurate the conversion rates are and whether or not they get updated in real time as the markets change.
Thanks for the heads up!