United States dollar to Pakistani rupee conversion

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United States dollar Pakistani rupee
$1.00 Rs105.45
$2.00 Rs210.89
$3.00 Rs316.34
$4.00 Rs421.79
$5.00 Rs527.23
$6.00 Rs632.68
$7.00 Rs738.13
$8.00 Rs843.57
$9.00 Rs949.02
$10.00 Rs1054.46
$11.00 Rs1159.91
$12.00 Rs1265.36
$13.00 Rs1370.80
$14.00 Rs1476.25
$15.00 Rs1581.70
$16.00 Rs1687.14
$17.00 Rs1792.59
$18.00 Rs1898.04
$19.00 Rs2003.48
$20.00 Rs2108.93
United States dollar Pakistani rupee
$21.00 Rs2214.38
$22.00 Rs2319.82
$23.00 Rs2425.27
$24.00 Rs2530.72
$25.00 Rs2636.16
$26.00 Rs2741.61
$27.00 Rs2847.05
$28.00 Rs2952.50
$29.00 Rs3057.95
$30.00 Rs3163.39
$31.00 Rs3268.84
$32.00 Rs3374.29
$33.00 Rs3479.73
$34.00 Rs3585.18
$35.00 Rs3690.63
$36.00 Rs3796.07
$37.00 Rs3901.52
$38.00 Rs4006.97
$39.00 Rs4112.41
$40.00 Rs4217.86
United States dollar Pakistani rupee
$41.00 Rs4323.31
$42.00 Rs4428.75
$43.00 Rs4534.20
$44.00 Rs4639.64
$45.00 Rs4745.09
$46.00 Rs4850.54
$47.00 Rs4955.98
$48.00 Rs5061.43
$49.00 Rs5166.88
$50.00 Rs5272.32
$51.00 Rs5377.77
$52.00 Rs5483.22
$53.00 Rs5588.66
$54.00 Rs5694.11
$55.00 Rs5799.56
$56.00 Rs5905.00
$57.00 Rs6010.45
$58.00 Rs6115.90
$59.00 Rs6221.34
$60.00 Rs6326.79
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United States dollar

The US Dollar is the official currency for the United States of America and is one of the world's most powerful currencies. Ranked as the number one traded currency in the world, it is the largest reserve currency. Multiple countries use the US Dollar as their primary or secondary currency. The Dollar is made up of 100 Cents and coins come in denominations of 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢ and $1. Bank notes are available in $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100.

Pakistani rupee

Most Pakistani Rupee banknotes have the portrait of Muhammad Ali Jinnah on them. He was the first Governor General and died a year after the country gained independence from the British Raj in 1948. Alongside his portrait the Urdu writing reads 'Hasool-e-Rizq-Halal Ibaadat hai' which means 'Seeking honest livelihood is the Worship of God.'

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