The Indian rupee sign (sign: ₹; code: INR) is the currency sign for the Indian rupee, the official currency of India. Designed by Udaya Kumar, it was presented to the public by the Government of India on 15 July , following its selection through an "open" competition among Indian residents. Origin - Controversy - Usage - Unicode. It's likely the chosen symbol will show the Hindi alphabet “R” with two lines, and the Hindustan Times reported the new rupee symbol would come from a shortlist of the following five. In a quick follow-up the previously published Indian rupee symbol options, a new mark has been approved by the Indian cabinet.
Today the Windows team released an update which adds support for the new rupee currency symbol for Windows Vista, Windows Server Indian government has finally announced a new official symbol for Indian currency "Rupee" which looks as following: The problem is that you can't type and use this new symbol as no ASCII code has been assigned to the new symbol yet. Not only has the Indian rupee symbol ₹ given the Indian rupee a visual recognition, it has also given it a distinct character internationally.
INR Indian Rupee has a new symbol ₹, which was released on 15 July, by the Indian Government after an public competition to design. D. Udaya Kumar, a research scholar at the Indian Institute of Technology, displays the new symbol for the rupee, which he designed. 24 Mar - 46 sec - Uploaded by Amit Agarwal blush-se.com?p= How to type the India Rupee currency symbol in Microsoft Word.