Bahraini Dinar to Indian Rupee (BHD to INR) Exchange Rate

The Bahraini dinar is known as the currency of Bahrain and it is divided into 1000 fils. It is represented with three decimal places which denote the fils.

On December 2021, the Bahraini dinar was the second highest-valued currency unit. It was valued at 2.65 United States dollars per unit. The highest-valued unit is the Kuwaiti dinar which was at $3.32. The Bahraini dinar had been introduced in 1965, and had replaced the Gulf rupee at a rate of 10 rupees = 1 dinar. It had been equivalent to three fourth of a sterling pound (15 shillings).

Today's BHD to Indian Rupee

1 BHD = 205.71 INR

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

Date 1 BHD to INR
23 May 2022206.31
22 May 2022206.43
21 May 2022206.43
20 May 2022205.63
19 May 2022206.05
18 May 2022205.63
17 May 2022206.02
16 May 2022206.03
15 May 2022205.58
14 May 2022205.58

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BHD to INR

In December 1980, the Bahraini dinar had been pegged to the IMF's special drawing rights. It was fixed at $1 USD = 0.376 BHD. This is 1 BHD = US$2.65957. This is almost 10 Saudi Arabian riyals. The rate had been made official in 2001.

On 31 January 2022, 1 BHD is equal to 199.059 INR.

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