How to Write Rs

Writing Rs

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What is the right size when you write a total of Rs, Rs 100 or 100 Rs?

If you speak global, as when you compare two different languages, use INR before the number. If you speak local, like Rupee transactions in a store, use Rs before the number. Bankers use a forward backslash followed by a hyphen to indicate the end of the number, mainly to avoid manipulation of numbers on a check such as Rs. 100/- or INR 100/- or ? 100/-.

To put it in words, we write and write One Hundred Rupees or Rupees One Hundred Only. Only is appended in the second case to avoid manipulation of the value. There are others I don't recall being used for formalities. I take it from the Constitutional Treaty of India that the banknotes must be marked with an internationally valid numerical number preceded by the right-hand sign ?

Currencies in words, in supplement to English and Hindi, the permitted local language will be published. As far as I know Devnagari numbers or digits of local language are not to be used. Amount is preceded by the foreign exchange sign. Instead of using Rs. as the confession preference, it is better to use the offical symbol'?'.

They should bet'Rs' before the number and not after. Use the' /-' icon to place after the number.

What is the right size when you write a total of Rs, Rs 100 or 100 Rs?

If you speak global, as when you compare two different languages, use INR before the number. If you speak local, like Rupee transactions in a store, use Rs before the number. Bankers use a forward backslash followed by a hyphen to indicate the end of the number, mainly to avoid manipulation of numbers on a check such as Rs. 100/- or INR 100/- or ? 100/-.

To put it in words, we write and write One Hundred Rupees or Rupees One Hundred Only. Only is appended in the second case to avoid manipulation of the value. There are others I don't recall being used for formalities. I take it from the Constitutional Treaty of India that the banknotes must be marked with an internationally valid numerical number preceded by the right-hand sign ?

Currencies in words, in supplement to English and Hindi, the permitted local language will be published. As far as I know Devnagari numbers or digits of local language are not to be used. Amount is preceded by the foreign exchange sign. Instead of using Rs. as the confession preference, it is better to use the offical symbol'?'.

They should bet'Rs' before the number and not after. Use the' /-' icon to place after the number.

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