Danish Indian Rupee

The Danish Indian rupee was the currency of Danish India. It was subdivided into 8 fano, each of 80 kas. In 1845, Danish India became part of British India and the local rupee was replaced by the Indian rupee.

Currencies named rupee or similar
Circulating
  • Indian rupee
  • Indonesian rupiah
  • Maldivian rufiyaa
  • Mauritian rupee
  • Nepalese rupee
  • Pakistani rupee
  • Seychellois rupee
  • Sri Lankan rupee
Obsolete
  • Afghan rupee
  • Bhutanese rupee
  • Burmese rupee
  • Danish Indian rupee
  • East African rupee
  • French Indian rupee
  • German East African rupie
  • Gulf rupee
  • Hyderabad rupee
  • Italian Somaliland rupia
  • Javan rupee
  • Mombasan rupee
  • Netherlands Indian roepiah
  • Portuguese Indian rupia
  • Riau rupiah
  • Travancore rupee
  • West Irian rupiah
  • Zanzibari rupee
Conceptual
  • Petrorupee
Fictional
  • Hylian rupee
See also
  • History of the rupee
  • Bhutanese ngultrum, pegged to the Indian rupee
  • Bangladeshi taka (Bengali name for rupee)


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