Historic Canadian dollar Indian Rupee

Canadian dollar indian rupee history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for CAD to INR exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

The Canadian dollar is the currency of Canada (supplied by Bank of Canada and the currency supplied by Reserve Bank of India. The CAD INR historical data can be seen on the Canadian dollar indian rupee historical chart.

30 January 20241 CAD = 62.00 INR
31 January 20241 CAD = 62.01 INR
01 February 20241 CAD = 61.82 INR
02 February 20241 CAD = 61.97 INR
03 February 20241 CAD = 61.61 INR
04 February 20241 CAD = 61.69 INR
05 February 20241 CAD = 61.62 INR
06 February 20241 CAD = 61.36 INR
07 February 20241 CAD = 61.58 INR
08 February 20241 CAD = 61.66 INR
09 February 20241 CAD = 61.65 INR
10 February 20241 CAD = 61.70 INR
12 February 20241 CAD = 61.69 INR
13 February 20241 CAD = 61.68 INR
14 February 20241 CAD = 61.24 INR
15 February 20241 CAD = 61.34 INR
16 February 20241 CAD = 61.65 INR
17 February 20241 CAD = 61.55 INR
18 February 20241 CAD = 61.53 INR
19 February 20241 CAD = 61.60 INR
20 February 20241 CAD = 61.51 INR
21 February 20241 CAD = 61.26 INR
22 February 20241 CAD = 61.45 INR
23 February 20241 CAD = 61.47 INR
24 February 20241 CAD = 61.34 INR
25 February 20241 CAD = 61.39 INR
26 February 20241 CAD = 61.36 INR
27 February 20241 CAD = 61.37 INR
28 February 20241 CAD = 61.30 INR
29 February 20241 CAD = 61.08 INR

24/03/2020: COVID-19 Impact on Indian Rupee

The global COVID-19 pandemic caused significant volatility in the Indian Rupee exchange rate, leading to depreciation against major international currencies.

08/11/2016: Demonetization

The Indian government announced the demonetization of ₹500 and ₹1,000 banknotes, requiring individuals to exchange or deposit their old currency notes at banks.

07/11/2013: Change in banknote design and security features

The Bank of Canada introduced new polymer banknotes with enhanced security features and redesigned motifs, replacing the paper-based notes in circulation since 1935.

03/07/2007: Indian Rupee Symbol

The Indian Rupee was given its own unique symbol ₹, representing the integration of the Indian Rupee into the global currency landscape.

21/06/1991: Liberalization of Indian Economy

India initiated economic reforms, including the liberalization of foreign exchange controls. This led to the beginning of the exchange rate regime reforms for the Indian Rupee.

15/08/1971: Canada switches to a floating exchange rate

Canada abandoned its fixed exchange rate system and adopted a floating exchange rate, allowing the value of the Canadian dollar to fluctuate in response to market forces.

24/06/1957: Decimalization of Indian Rupee

The Indian Rupee was decimalized, dividing it into 100 paise. This change simplified the currency system and introduced a uniform monetary system across the country.

01/03/1950: Introduction of the Canadian dollar's decimalization

Canada adopted a decimal currency system, dividing the dollar into 100 cents, replacing the previous system based on pounds, shillings, and pence.

15/08/1947: Indian Independence

India gained independence from British rule, leading to the establishment of the Reserve Bank of India as the central bank and the Indian Rupee as the official currency.

01/01/1933: Currency depreciation during the Great Depression

The Canadian dollar experienced significant depreciation during the Great Depression due to economic uncertainty and a decrease in international trade.

02/01/1914: Introduction of the Canadian Dollar Act

The Canadian Dollar Act established the Canadian dollar as the sole currency of Canada and gave the government control over its issuance.

01/01/1862: Introduction of Indian Rupee

Indian Rupee was introduced by the British government as the official currency of British India. It replaced various local and foreign currencies that were in circulation.

01/01/1858: Introduction of the Canadian dollar

The Canadian pound was replaced by the Canadian dollar as the official currency of Canada, helping to unify the currency across the country.

01/01/1841: Introduction of the Canadian pound

The first Canadian currency was the Canadian pound, which was introduced to replace British pounds in the Province of Canada.