1,000 GBP to INR Exchange Rate
Check the latest Pound Sterling to Indian Rupee exchange rate and track historic currency performance.
Live GBP/INR exchange rate: 99.5592
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At the exchange rate of 99.5592 on 3rd December 2021, a sum of £1,000 is worth ₹99,559.2.
Using the 30 day high exchange rate of 100.593, a sum of £1,000 would be worth ₹100,593, while at the 30 day low of 99.0575 it would be worth ₹99,057.5. This variance equates to ₹1,535.5 over the last 30 days.
At the highest exchange rate seen in the last 7 days, £1,000 would be worth ₹100,255, while at the weekly low it would be worth ₹99,171.5. This weekly variance equates to ₹1,083.5.
Waiting for a better rate? We suggest signing up to an exchange rate alerts service.
If you're looking to get the best possible rate when you send GBP to INR, we recommend you use Wise (formerly TransferWise). You'll get the real mid-market rate every time and a low up-front fee. Alternatively if you need to hold multiple currencies at once to ensure you transfer at the best time, try using a free multi-currency account service.
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GBP to INR exchange rate FAQ
How much is 1,000 GBP to INR today?
The GBP/INR mid-market exchange rate today is 99.5592. That means that if you convert 1,000 GBP to INR you'll get 99,559.2 INR.
It's worth knowing that the mid-market rate isn't always available from your regular bank or currency exchange service. You may also have to pay currency conversion fees which mean you end up with a lower INR amount than you're expecting. Shop around and compare providers to make sure you're getting the best option available.
How to calculate GBP to INR exchange rate?
The easiest way to check the GBP to INR exchange rate is to use our live currency exchange table or a reputable online currency converter. Simply enter the amount in GBP you want to convert, to see the current mid-market exchange rate, and how much you'd finish up with in INR if you exchange today.
Don't forget to check the rates which are offered by your chosen provider against the mid-market exchange rate shown in our currency table, to make sure you're getting a good deal.
Best GBP to INR exchange rate?
Each bank and currency exchange service sets its own GBP/INR exchange rate. That means you'll see lots of different rates out there when you start to research the best GBP to INR exchange rate.
To understand the rates available, it's helpful to know the mid-market exchange rate for your currency pair. You can find this from our currency table, or using an online currency converter. The mid-market exchange rate matters because it's the rate banks and currency exchange services get when they buy and sell currency on the global markets. By using the mid-market exchange rate as a benchmark, you can see if the provider has added a markup to the rate they pass on to customers.
Choose a provider which uses the mid-market GBP to INR exchange rate and charges a low, transparent conversion fee, to make sure you're getting the best overall price for your currency conversion.
What is the highest ever GBP to INR rate?
Exchange rates move around all the time depending on supply and demand on global markets. Understanding the range of rates for your currency pair can help you convert currency when the rate is best for you.
To track historic currency performance for GBP/INR, use the currency table above. You'll be able to see the high and low points for the last week, the average exchange rates available over the period you select, and the volatility of your currency pair. You can also sign up to a currency exchange rate alert service. You can also get daily exchange rate updates on the GBP to INR, or if you have a certain rate in mind you can set an alert to notify you once GBP/INR hits your chosen level.