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Bitcoin to Indian rupee conversion
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The word Rupee derives from the Hindi word Raupya. Loosely translated, Rupee means ‘silver coin’ or ‘made of silver’ and the name exists because Rupees were originally silver coins. The value of Rupee banknotes is written in Hindi and English on the front and on the reverse of the note the value is expressed in 15 different Indian languages.