Exchange rate, USD in India, September 2000 - May 2022:
The currency chart for India shows historical data for the Indian Rupees per USD exchange rate.
These are monthly averages and not end-of-month currency values.
An increase means depreciation against the USD as one can exchange more Indian Rupees per USD.
Depreciation implies that goods from India become cheaper to export and it becomes cheaper for foreigners to visit India.
The series for India are available from September 2000 to May 2022.
For that period, the average exchange rate for India was
55.4218 Indian Rupees per USD with a minimum of 39.2853 Indian Rupees per USD
in January 2008 and a maximum of 77.3221 Indian Rupees per USD in May 2022.
The most recent available data point is 77.3221 Indian Rupees per USD, a change of 1.47% from the previous data point of
76.1988 Indian Rupees per USD and a change of 5.66% from a year ago when the level was
73.1808 Indian Rupees per USD.
Currency values in India and elsewhere have different driving forces over the short-run and the long-run.
Countries may have fixed or floating exchange rate regimes or be part of monetary unions.
They may experience currency crises.
These and other issues are discussed in detail on our Exchange rate page
Longer historical series
* indicates monthly or quarterly data series
Measure: Indian Rupees per USD
Source: Google Finance
Definition: The amount of local currency units that can be exchanged for one USD. An increase (decrease) means USD appreciation (depreciation).