AUD to INR: Australian Dollar to Indian Rupee Today – 18 October 2023

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The Australian Dollar (AUD) was trading at 53.18 as per the Indian Rupee (INR) on Wednesday.AUD to INR: Australian Dollar to Indian Rupee Today – 18 October 2023

Currently, Indians are now the second-largest migrant group in Australia, the second only to the English. In Australia, more than 710,000 Indians live, one of the world’s biggest immigrant nations. The number of Indians in Australia has been increasing rapidly over the past few years as the Country has a high demand for skilled workers.

AUD to INR Exchange Rate in last 10 days

Date
Rate (1 AUD = INR)
October 17, 2023$53.006
October 16, 2023$52.740
October 15, 2023$52.528
October 14, 2023$52.366
October 13, 2023$52.367
October 12, 2023$52.535
October 11, 2023$53.391
October 10, 2023$53.572
October 09, 2023$53.361
October 08, 2023$52.827
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