United Arab Emirates Dirham to Indian Rupee ( AED to INR ) Exchange Rate

Today's Aed to Indian Rupee 24 May 2022

1 AED = 21.14 INR

Currency Exchange Rate (AED to INR) - Last 10 Days

Date 1 AED to INR
22 May 202221.19
21 May 202221.18
20 May 202221.11
19 May 202221.16
18 May 202221.11
17 May 202221.16
16 May 202221.15
15 May 202221.11
14 May 202221.10
13 May 202221.05

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AED to INR

AED also known as the United Arab Emirates dirham or simply as the Emirati dirham, it is the currency of the United Arab Emirates. The dirham is subdivided into 100 fils. It is officially abbreviated as AED.

Dirham is an Arabic word was introduced on 19 May 1973. It replaced the Qatar and Dubai riyal at par which was circulated since 1966 in all the emirates except for Abu Dhabi. At Abu Dhabi, the Bahraini dinar was in use before the shift to dirham. Prior to 1966, all the emirates which formed the UAE used the Gulf rupee.

In 1973, coins in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 fils and 1 dirham were introduced. On 20 May of 1973, the UAE Currency Board introduced notes in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 dirhams. The 1000-dirham note was first issued on 3 January 1976 while 500 dirham and 200 dirham notes followed in 1983 and 1989. The 1000-dirham notes were reintroduced in the year of 2000.

FAQs on Aed to Indian Rupee

  1. How many dirhams can you carry in and out of the Emirates?
  2. You can carry up to AED 100,000 or equivalent foreign currency in and out of the UAE without the need to declare it.

  3. How many dirhams need to be declared when traveling out of the UAE?
  4. If you are carrying more than AED 100,000 or its equivalent in foreign currency when traveling out of the UAE, then you would need to declare it on departure.

  5. How can I purchase UAE dirhams in India?
  6. UAE dirhams can be purchased in India in the form of currency notes and forex cards.

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