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List of major countries, capital and their currencies of the world

 


List of major countries, capital and their currencies of the world

 

World's Countries, Capitals and Currencies


What is a currency called?

Definition of currency : Currency is the form of money that makes the buying and selling of all kinds of goods and goods in daily life. It contains both coins and paper notes. The currency used in a country is created by the government system of that country.

Types of money:

There are two types of currency: - 1. Proper Money and 2. Optional Money.

1. Real Money (Proper Money): The  currency actually practiced in a country, ie the currency used in daily life, is called real currency. This currency is prevalent in the country as a medium of exchange and a common price measure. It is also called real currency or simple currency. Example: Notes and coins prevalent in India are examples of real currency.

2. Optional Money:  This is the currency that is accepted or not accepted as payment, depending on the willingness of the recipient to complete the payment ie not legally obligated to accept this currency as payment. Can be done. Examples: bill, promissory note, exchange letter.

Indian Rupee:

The national currency of India is Rupee. Its market issuer and regulator is the Reserve Bank of India. 'Ru' to denote the rupee in Hindi and Re., Rs. In English before the new symbol. And Rp. Etc. was used.

Official sign of Indian currency:

The Indian rupee sign is the currency sign used for the Indian rupee (the official currency of India). It is designed by Professor D. Udaya Kumar of IIT Guwahati. For this, a national competition was organized by a government, in which more than 3 thousand applications were received. After which the design was made public on 15 July 2010 by the Government of India. After the US Dollar, British Pound, Japanese Yen and European Union Euro, the rupee has become the fifth currency to be recognized by its symbol. The international three digit code for Indian rupees (as per International Standardization Organization (ISO) standard ISO 4217) is INR.

How many countries are there in the world? 

Often you will ask your friends during conversation that how many countries are there in the world, but the answer to this question will not be known because there is no evidence of the number of countries in the world, hence the United Nations (United Nations) ) Member countries are considered the norm. At present, there are 195 countries in the world, of which 193 countries are members of the United Nations, while the remaining two countries Taiwan and Vatican City have not yet become members of the United Nations.

Here is a list of the world's major countries, capital and their currencies. Usually many questions related to this list are asked in competitive exams. If you are preparing for various competitive exams like: IAS, Teachers, UPSC, PCS, SSC, Bank, MBA and other government jobs, then you must know about the major countries, capital and their currencies in the world.


 

List of major countries, capital and their currencies of the world:

Country

Capital

Currencies (Currency Code)

Countries of continent of asia

India

new Delhi

Rupee (INR)

Pakistan

Islamabad

Pakistani Rupee (PKR)

Nepal

Kanthmandu

Nepalese Rupee (NPR)

Sri Lanka

Colombo / Sri Jayawardenepura Kotti

Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR)

Bangladesh

Dhaka

Taka (BDT)

Bhutan

Thimphu

Guttrum (BTN)

Myanmar

The fathers

Qayat (MMK)

Afghanistan

Kabul

Afghani (AFN)

China

Beijing

Yuan (CNY)

Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar

तुगरिक (MNT)

Japan

Tokyo

Yen (JPY)

Taiwan

Taipei

Dollar (TWD)

Thailand

Bangkok

ThaiBehat (THB)

Vietnam

Ha Noi

Dang (VND)

Cambodia

Name penh

Real (KHR)

North Korea

Pyongyang

Vaughan (KPW)

South Korea

Seoul

वॉन (KRW)

Hong Kong

Victoria

Dollar (HKD)

Philippines

Manila

Peso (PHP)

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Indonesia

Jakarta

Rupee (IDR)

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

Ringgit (MYR)

Iran

Tehran

Rial (IRR)

Iraq

Baghdad

Iraqi Dinar (IQD)

Turkey

Ankara

Lira (TRY)

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Dirham (AED)

Saudi Arab

Riyadh

Saudi Riyal (SAR)

Kuwait

Kuwait City

Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)

Syria

Damascus

Syrian Pound (SYP)

Lebanon

Beirut

Pound (LBP)

Kazakhstan

Almaty

Tange (KZT)

Jordan

Amman

Jordan Dinar (JOD)

Israel

Jerusalem

New Geckel (ILS)

Qatar

Doha

Riyal (QAR)

Egypt

Cairo

Pound (EGP)

South Africa

Pretoria

Rand (ZAR)

Libya

I am (Tripoli)

Dinar (LYD)

Morocco

Rabat

Darham (MAD)

Nigeria

Lagos

Naira (NGN)

Angola

Luanda

Quanza (AOA)

Namibia

Windhawk

Rand (NAD)

Sudan

Khartoum

Pound (SDG)

South Sudan

Juba

Pound (SSP)

Eastern congo

Kinshasa

Zaire (CDF)

Somalia

Mogadish

Shilling (SOS)

Seychelles

Victoria

Rupee (SCR)

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa

(िर्र (ETB)

Uganda

Kampala

Shilling (UGX)

Botswana

Gaborone

Pula (BWP)

Kenya

Nairobi

Shilling (KES)

Mauritius

Port Louis

Rupee (MUR)

Tanzania

Dar es Salaam

Shilling (TZS)

Zambia

Lusaka

Kwacha (ZMK)

Algeria

Algiers

Dinar (DZD)

Rwanda

Kegali

Franc (RWF)

Zimbabwe

Harare

Dollar (ZWD)

Senegal

Belching

Frank (SEN)

Burkina Faso

Kwagdaugo

Franc (BFA)

West congo

Brajville

Franc (CDF)

Mali

Bamako

Frank (XOF)

Mozambique

Moots

Metical (MZN)

European Countries

Greece

Athens

Euro (EUR)

Belgium

Brussels

Euro (EUR)

Denmark

Copenhagen

Krone (DKK)

France

Paris

Euro (EUR)

Spain

Madrid

Euro (EUR) (prior to 2002: ESP)

Portugal

Lisbon

Euro (EUR) prior was PTE

Italy

Rome

Euro (EUR) prior was ITL

Bulgaria

Sophia

Leva (BGN)

Great Britain

London

Pound Sterling (GBP)

Russia

Moscow

Ruble (RUB)

Poland

Inheritance

Geeloti (PLN)

Hungary

Budapest

Freint (HUF)

Norway

Oslo

Krone (NOK)

Germany

Berlin

Euro (EUR) (prior to 2002: DEM)

Netherlands

Amsterdam

Euro (EUR)

Czech Republic

Prague

Koruna (CZK)

Sweden

Stockholm

Krona (SEK)

Switzerland

Burn

Frank (CHF)

Ukraine

Kiev

Hirvinia (UAH)

Georgia

Tbilisi

Ruble (GEL)

Cyprus

Nixia

Euro (EUR)

Austria

Vienna

Schillings (ATS)

Slovak Republic

Bratislava

Euro (SKK)

Romania

Bucharest

Lew (RON)

Ireland

Dublin

Euro (EUR)

Caspian Sea and North America countries

United States

Washington dc

Dollar (USD)

Canada

Ottawa

Dollar (CAD)

Mexico

Mexico city

Peso (MXN)

Cuba

Havana

Peso (CUP, CUC)

Greenland

Freeze

Krone (DKK)

Panama

Panama City

Valboa (PAB)

Barbados

Bridgetown

Dollar (BBD)

Elsalvador

San salvador

Colon (SVC)

Haiti

Poto Prince

Gourd (HTG)

Jamaica

Kingston

Dollar (JMD)

Trinidad and Tobago

Port of spain

Dollar (TTD)

South american country

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Peso (ARS)

Brazil

Brasilia

Krujado (BRL)

Chile

Santiago

Peso (CLP)

Colombia

Bogota

Peso (COP)

French guiana

Coyne

Euro (EUR)

Paraguay

Uncorrupted

Guarani (PYG)

Peru

Lima

Nivosol (PEN)

Uruguay

Montevideo

Peso (UYU)

Venezuela

Caracas

Or (VEF)

Oceania region countries

Australia

Canberra

Dollar (AUD)

Fiji

Suva

Dollar (FJD)

New zealand

Wellington

Dollar (NZD)





 

The questions and answers given below are designed keeping in mind the competitive examinations. This section suggests us what kind of questions can be asked in government job exams. This quiz is also useful in SSC, UPSC, Railway, Railway, Banking and other examinations.

Important questions and answers (FAQs):


Question : What kind of currency is a 50 paise coin?
Answer : Limited Value Currency (Exam - SSC STENO GD Mar, 1997)


Question : When was India's decimation of the currency system?
Answer : In 1957 AD (Examination - SSC SOC Nov, 1997)


Question : Which item does India earn more and more foreign exchange?
Answer : Tea (Exam - SSC CBI Feb, 1998)


Question : What is the currency of Japan?
Answer : Yen (Exam - SSC LDC Oct, 1998)


Question : China's currency is called?
Answer : EU (Exam - SSC STENO GD Dec, 1998)


Question : What is the currency of Macau called?
Ans : Pataka (Exam - SSC CML May, 2000)


Question : What is the currency of Saudi Arabia?
Answer : Rial (Exam - SSC SOC Aug, 2001)


Question : Which currency is the most expensive (valuable)?
Answer : Pound Sterling (Exam - SSC CGL Mar, 2002)


Question : Which public European currency has been issued?
Answer : Euro (Exam - SSC CML May, 2002)


Question : What is Myanmar's currency?
Answer : Qayat (Exam - SSC CML Mar, 2008)




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