The Reserve Bank of India allows most Indian residents and nonresidents to carry Indian currency notes up to 25,000 rupees, as of January 2015. Citizens of Pakistan and Bangladesh are not allowed to carry Indian currency, nor can residents traveling to Nepal and Bhutan carry Indian currency.Know More
Prior to June 2014, nonresidents were not allowed to take out or bring in Indian currency. In September 2013, the UAE's Central Bank requested all banks to advise their customers not to carry rupees into India.
Other currencies can be brought and exchanged. As of February 2014, foreign exchange can be brought into India by nonresidents, but amounts greater than 5,000 rupees are required to be declared.Learn More
It takes 10 lakhs to make a million. The South Asian numbering system uses the term "lakh" or "lac" to denote the number 100,000.Full Answer >
The official currency of Turkey is the Lira. Therefore, the Turkish Lira is the currency to take on a trip to Turkey.Full Answer >
It takes 100 lakhs to equal 1 crore. Both lakhs and crores are numbers in the South Asian numbering system and are typically used to discuss currency.Full Answer >
Undated 20 pence coins should be taken to the London Mint Office or other reputable coin dealers to determine their worth. In 2009, the London Mint Office, which is unrelated to the Royal Mint, offered recipients of the undated coin 50 GBP for the 20 pence coins.Full Answer >