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List of Countries having Rupee/Rupiah as their Currency

India Rupee
Indonesia Rupiah
Nepal Nepalese Rupee
Sri Lanka Sri Lankan Rupee
Seychelles Seychellois Rupee
Pakistan Pakistani Rupee
Maldives Maldivian Rufiyaa
Mauritius Mauritian Rupee

 List of Countries having Dinar/Dirham as their Currency

Algeria Algerian Dinar
Bahrain Bahraini Dinar
 Iraq Iraqi Dinar
 Jordan Jordanian Dinar
 Kuwait Kuwaiti Dinar
 Libya Libyan Dinar
 Macedonia Macedonian Denar
Serbia Serbian Dinar
 Tunisia Tunisian Dinar
UAE UAE Dirham

 List of Countries having Euro as their Currency

Andorra Latvia
Austria Luxembourg
Belgium Malta
Cyprus Monaco
Estonia Montenegro
Finland Netherlands
France Portugal
Germany San Marino
Greece Slovakia
Ireland Slovenia
Italy Spain
Lithuania Vatican City

 List of Countries having Dollar as their Currency

Antigua and Barbuda Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Australia Australian Dollar
Bahamas Bahamian Dollar
Barbados Barbadian Dollar
Belize Belize Dollar
Brunei Brunei Dollar
Bermuda Bermudian Dollar
Canada Canadian Dollar
Dominica Eastern Caribbean Dollar
East Timor United States Dollar
Ecuador United States Dollar
El Salvador United States Dollar
Fiji Fijian Dollar
Grenada Eastern Caribbean Dollar
Guyana Guyanese Dollar
Jamaica Jamaican dollar
Kiribati Kiribati dollar
Liberia Liberian dollar
Marshal Islands United States Dollar
Federated States of Micronesia United States Dollar
Namibia Namibian Dollar
Nauru Australian Dollar
New Zealand New Zealand Dollar
Palau United States Dollar
Panama United States Dollar
Singapore Singapore Dollar
Taiwan New Taiwan Dollar
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
Tuvalu Australian dollar, Tuvaluan dollar
United States United States Dollar
Zimbabwe United States Dollar

Countries having Peso as their Currency

Argentina Argentine peso
 Chile Chilean peso
 Colombia Colombian peso
 Cuba Cuban convertible peso
 Dominican Republic Dominican peso
 Mexico Mexican peso
 Philippines Philippine peso
Uruguay Uruguayan peso

Countries having Rial/Riyal as their Currency

Combodia Riel
Iran Rial
Oman Rial
Qatar Riyal
Saudi Arabia Saudi Riyal

Countries having Pound as their Currency

United Kingdom Pound sterling
 Egypt Egyptian pound
 Lebanon Lebanese pound
 South Sudan South Sudanese pound
 Sudan Sudanese pound
 Syria Syrian pound

Countries having Currency same as their Country name

Afghanistan Afghan afghani
Bangladesh Bangladeshi taka
Georgia Georgian lari
Israel Israeli new shekel
Japan Japanese yen
Kazakhstan Kazakhstani tenge
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstani som
Laos Lao kip
Malaysia Malaysian ringgit
Mongolia Mongolian togrog
Myanmar (Burma) Burmese kyat
North Korea North Korean won
South Korea South Korean won
Tajikistan Tajikistani somoni
Thailand Thai baht
Turkey Turkish lira
Turkmenistan Turkmenistan manat
Uzbekistan Uzbekistani som
Nicaragua Nicaraguan cordoba
Bolivia Bolivian boliviano
Paraguay Paraguayan guarani
Venezuela Venezuelan bolivar
Albania Albanian lek
Belarus Belarusian ruble
Bulgaria Bulgarian lev
Croatia Croatian kuna
Czech Republic Czech koruna
Denmark Danish krone
Hungary Hungarian forint
Iceland Icelandic krona
Norway Norwegian krone
Poland Polish zloty
Romania Romanian leu
Russia Russian ruble
Tanzania Tanzanian shilling
South Africa South African rand
Somalia Somali shilling
Sierra Leone Sierra Leonean leone
Rwanda Rwandan franc
Madagascar Malagasy ariary
Kenya Kenyan shilling
Ghana Ghanaian cedi
Gambia Gambian dalasi
Ethiopia Ethiopian birr
Angola Angolan kwanza

Countries having Different Currencies

China Renminbi
Peru Sol
Abuja Nigerian naira
Mozambique Metical
Mali West African CFA franc
Bhutan Bhutanese ngultrum

Some Interesting Facts about Indian Currency:-

1. To type the symbol of the rupee, you need to press ‘Ctrl+Shift+$’.

2. Cost of minting a 10 ₹ coin is 6.10₹

3. The one rupee note was the first banknote printed by independent India.

4. Every rupee note bears 15 languages apart from Hindi and English.

5. The current series of bank notes are called Mahatma Gandhi Series.

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