In India we use rupees and paises as money. In our daily life, we buy things we need in a store and pay the shopkeeper money for the things we buy.
We use rupees and paises as money. Money comes in bills and coins with different values. Bills and coins come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors for easy identification.
Below are pictures of some banknotes and coins that we use as money to buy things.
Money comes in two forms (i) coins and (ii) banknotes.
Coins: The shape and size of the coins will change from time to time. Nowadays the coins from one paise to 20 paise are not used. The 50 pais, 1 rupee, 2 rupee, and 5 rupee denominations coins are mainly used.
Different types of Indian coins with different shapes and sizes:
Some coins that are not used:
Some coins that are used:
Currency notes: The shapes, sizes, and designs of these banknotes will change from time to time. In the case of 1 rupee, 2 rupee and 5 rupee values, both coins and banknotes are used. One rupee, two rupee notes are rarely available now. Five rupees, ten rupees, twenty rupees, fifty rupee notes are available now.
Different Types of Indian Currency Notes:
Some notices that are used:
Nowadays, coins of one rupee, two rupees and five rupees are mostly used.
● Write money in words and pictures
● Money conversion
● Adding money
● Withdrawal of money
● Multiplication of money
● Money sharing
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