Today's Omr to Indian Rupee 19 Jan 2022
|1 OMR = 193.98 INR|
Currency Exchange Rate (OMR to INR) - Last 10 Days
|Date||1 OMR to INR|
|18 Jan 2021||193.18|
|17 Jan 2021||192.92|
|16 Jan 2021||192.91|
|15 Jan 2021||193.21|
|14 Jan 2021||192.31|
|13 Jan 2021||191.77|
|12 Jan 2021||191.74|
|11 Jan 2021||191.74|
|10 Jan 2021||192.31|
|09 Jan 2021||193.05|
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OMR to INR
Oman’s official currency is the Oman Rial (OMR). 1000 baisa is equal to one OMR. Until 1940, the Maria Theresa thaler, also known as the rial, and the Indian rupee were the currencies that were circulating in Muscat and Oman. The thaler was circulating in the interior, while the Indian rupee in the coast.
In 1940, the Gulf rupee was introduced in Dhofar. The coins were introduced in Oman in 1946. On 6 June 1966, the Gulf rupee was devalued by India. Following the devaluation, several states that were using the Gulf rupee launched their own currencies. However, until 1970, the Gulf rupee was used in Oman.
In 1970, the Gulf rupee was replaced by the rial Saidi in Oman. In 1973, the rial Saidi was replaced by the Oman rial. The name of the currency was changed due to the change in regime. New coins were issued from 1975 with the name of the country given as Oman.
On 24 March 2020, one OMR is equal to Rs.197.84.