Indian currency predating the rupee
Indonesian Islamic architecture, especially in Sumatra, has been deeply influenced by Indian Mughal architecture, evident in the Baiturrahman Grand Mosque in Aceh and Medan's Great Mosque.Cultural admiration is not one-sided however, Indians also relate closely to Indonesian culture, especially Hindu Balinese culture.Foreigners are not generally allowed to take INR in or out of India, so currency exchange must occur within the country.Banks and traditional providers often have extra costs, which they pass to you by marking up the exchange rate.In 1955, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Indonesian President Sukarno were among the five founders of the Non-aligned Movement.Throughout their shared history, most of relations between India and Indonesia were harmonious and peaceful, except during 1965 war with India.The currency code for Rupees is INR, and the currency symbol is ₹.
Indians had visited Indonesia since ancient times, and ancient Indonesian (Austronesian people) has embarked in maritime trade in Southeast Asian seas and Indian Ocean.In 1950, the first President of Indonesia, Sukarno, called upon the peoples of Indonesia and India to "intensify the cordial relations" that had existed between the two countries "for more than 1000 years" before they had been "disrupted" by colonial powers.Both are member states of the G-20, the E7 (countries), the Non-aligned Movement, and the United Nations. The rupee’s currency code is INR, and its symbol is ₹.This symbol has origins in the Indian flag, and incorporates the flag’s horizontal stripes.
At that time, Indonesia offered to provide Pakistan with military help, and 'to seize Andaman and Nicobar Islands' of India so as to distract it from the Kashmir front, eventually mobilising submarines to help Pakistan.