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South African Rand Exchange Rates for ZAR: Click to change to US Dollar USD/ZAR = 14.66305Click to change to Brazilian Real BRL/ZAR = 3.74826Click to change to Argentine Peso ARS/ZAR = 0.49105Click to change to Euro EUR/ZAR = 16.74142Click to change to United Kingdom Pound GBP/ZAR = 18.68607Click to change to Hong Kong Dollar HKD/ZAR = 1.86799Click to change to Canadian Dollar CAD/ZAR = 11.22204Click to change to Japanese Yen JPY/ZAR = 0.13258Click to change to Australian Dollar AUD/ZAR = 10.70688Click to change to Swiss Franc CHF/ZAR = 14.73985Click to change to Bahamas Dollar BSD/ZAR = 14.72778Click to change to Hong Kong Dollar HKD/ZAR = 1.86799Click to change to Burmese Kyat MMK/ZAR = 0.00989Click to change to CFA Franc BEAC XAF/ZAR = 0.02557Click to change to Chilean Peso CLP/ZAR = 0.022Click to change to Chinese Yuan Renminbi CNY/ZAR = 2.13176Click to change to Colombian Peso COP/ZAR = 0.00488Click to change to Croatian Kuna HRK/ZAR = 2.256Click to change to Czech Koruna CZK/ZAR = 0.65067Click to change to Danish Krone DKK/ZAR = 2.24472Click to change to East Caribbean Dollar XCD/ZAR = 5.42564Click to change to Fiji Dollar FJD/ZAR = 6.95757Click to change to French Pacific Franc XPF/ZAR = 0.14063Click to change to Ghana Cedi GHS/ZAR = 3.10714Click to change to Guatemala Quetzal GTQ/ZAR = 1.96673Click to change to Honduran Lempira HNL/ZAR = 0.61518Click to change to Hungarian Forint HUF/ZAR = 0.05177Click to change to Icelandic Krona ISK/ZAR = 0.13634Click to change to Indian Rupee INR/ZAR = 0.21012Click to change to Indonesian Rupiah IDR/ZAR = 0.00101Click to change to Israeli Shekel ILS/ZAR = 3.99548Click to change to Jamaica Dollar JMD/ZAR = 0.10817Click to change to Korean (South) Won KRW/ZAR = 0.01306Click to change to Malaysian Ringgit MYR/ZAR = 3.57331Click to change to Mexican Peso MXN/ZAR = 0.77524Click to change to Moroccan Dirham MAD/ZAR = 1.53753Click to change to Netherlands Antillean Guilder ANG/ZAR = 7.98272Click to change to New Taiwan Dollar TWD/ZAR = 0.47657Click to change to New Zealand Dollar NZD/ZAR = 9.70344Click to change to Norwegian Krone NOK/ZAR = 1.73485Click to change to Pakistani Rupee PKR/ZAR = 0.12017Click to change to Panama Balboa PAB/ZAR = 14.72727Click to change to Peruvian Nuevo Sol PEN/ZAR = 4.44679Click to change to Philippine Peso PHP/ZAR = 0.27466Click to change to Polish Zloty PLN/ZAR = 3.89089Click to change to Romanian New Leu RON/ZAR = 3.59585Click to change to Russian Ruble RUB/ZAR = 0.21815Click to change to Serbian Dinar RSD/ZAR = 0.14188Click to change to Singaporean Dollar SGD/ZAR = 10.68884Click to change to Sri Lanka Rupee LKR/ZAR = 0.09178Click to change to Swedish Krona SEK/ZAR = 1.59877Click to change to Thai Baht THB/ZAR = 0.4423Click to change to Trinidad and Tobago Dollar TTD/ZAR = 2.18514Click to change to Tunisian Dinar TND/ZAR = 5.30367Click to change to Turkish Lira TRY/ZAR = 2.40438Click to change to United Arab Emirates Dirham AED/ZAR = 3.99191Click to change to Venezuelan Bolivar Fuerte VEF/ZAR = 1.46814Click to change to Vietnamse Dong VND/ZAR = 0.00064

South African Rand to Indian Rupee Converter Calculator

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This ZAR to INR converter is up to date with rates from 08/20/2018 07:00:36 i
These conversions are made using the Interbank rate. It should be used as a reference only.
Today 1 South African Rand is worth 4.75924 INR while 1 Indian Rupee is worth 0.21012 ZAR. South African Rand / Indian Rupee ratio is the value of the South African Rand in Indian Rupee. ZAR/INR thus refers to the exchange rate of the South African Rand in Indian Rupee, ie the value of the currency expressed in Indian currency. The notation used is ZAR / INR, but there are others, such as ZARINR or ZAR-INR. The symbol for ZAR can be written R.The symbol for INR can be written Rs. Note also that the South Africa country code is ZAF or ZA. The India country code is IND or IN
Instructions: Enter the amount of South African Rand to be converted in the box to the left. Choose the home currency by clicking on the currency name in the box to the right. To change from South African Rand (foreign) to another currency, just click on the currency name in the box to the left.
If you are interested in making a pocket-size exchange rate table that can fit in your wallet, choose the printable version of your cheat sheet or Traveller's Pocket Guide by clicking the printer image bellow.
Printable Version of your currency Cheat Sheet! Print This South African Rand (ZAR) to Indian Rupee (INR) Cheat Sheet Table
ZAR (R)INR (Rs)
0.100.48
0.200.95
0.502.38
1.004.76
2.009.52
5.0023.80
10.0047.59
ZAR (R)INR (Rs)
20.0095.18
50.00237.96
100.00475.92
200.00951.85
500.002379.62
1000.004759.24
10000.0047592.41
  
INR (Rs)ZAR (R)
1.000.21
2.000.42
5.001.05
10.002.10
20.004.20
50.0010.51
100.0021.01
INR (Rs)ZAR (R)
200.0042.02
500.00105.06
1000.00210.12
2000.00420.24
5000.001050.59
10000.002101.18
100000.0021011.76

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About Indian Rupee (INR)

The INR - Indian Rupee - is the official currency of the India in Asia. There are 100 paise in each 1 Rupee ( its sub-unit ). The symbol for INR is Rs. India was one of the earliest issuers of coins (circa 6th century BC). The first 'rupee' introduced by Sher Shah Suri was based on a ratio of 40 copper pieces (paisa) per rupee. The currency is known as the rupee, roopayi, rupaye, rubai or other terms derived from the Sanskrit rupyakam. The most commonly used symbols for the rupee are Rs, Rp and रू.

About South African Rand (ZAR)

The ZAR - South African Rand - is the official currency of the South Africa in Africa. There are 100 cents in each 1 Rand ( its sub-unit ). The symbol for ZAR is R. The rand was introduced in 1961 and takes its name from the Witwatersrand, the ridge upon which Johannesburg is built and where most of South Africa's gold deposits were found. The Rand circulates freely in Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho.

Countries that use the South African Rand (ZAR) as their official currency

The South African Rand (ZAR) is used as the main currency in the following countries: South Africa

Countries that use the Indian Rupee (INR) as their official currency

The Indian Rupee (INR) is used as the main currency in the following countries: India

South African Rand (ZAR) frequently used conversions

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