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hi there can anyone tell me how much 1 crore is in uk pounds and how many zeros i t has thanks
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Originally Posted by anjunaangel hi there can anyone tell me how much 1 crore is in uk pounds and how many zeros i t has thanks
One lakh is equal to 100 thousand.

This system of measurement also introduces separators into numbers in a different place than is common outside India. For example, 3 million (30 lakh) would be written as 30,00,000.

1 crore is equal to 10 million.

This system of measurement also introduces separators into numbers in a different place than what is common outside India. For example, 30 million (3 crore) would be written as 3,00,00,000.
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Exchange rates
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approximately 1,15,000 pounds = one crore rupees
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angel,

so what are you thinking of buying that is 1 crore?
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let's also mention that a millionnaire in India is called something like "crorepati" (?)
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http://www.rbi.org.in/

Good for tracking Rupee conversion rates against pound, dollar, euro or yen
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Same as xe.com. These are intermarket rates, not tourist rates, before anyone gets too excited.

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Originally Posted by seventies'hippy This system of measurement also introduces separators into numbers in a different place than what is common outside India. For example, 30 million (3 crore) would be written as 3,00,00,000.
This causes problems in Microsoft Excel, which has fixed separators. I wonder whether the Hindi version accounts for this,
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thanks for your answers guys
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The Indian system:

100 - hundred
1,000- 1 thousand
10,000 - 10 thousand
100,000 - 1 lakh
100,00,000 -1 crore (100 lakhs)

100 paisa = 1 Rupee
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4 annas = 1 paise (?)
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4 annas=25 paise
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8 ANAS = 25 Paise
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