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What is 1 crore in millions and billions?

Lakhs and crores are units of the Indian numbering system commonly used throughout the Indian subcontinent. Crores are equivalent to "hundreds of lakhs" and are grouped accordingly when represented numerically. For example, 2 crores would be represented as 200 lakhs or 2,00,00,000. It can also be abbreviated to 2 cr.

1 crore (or 100 lakhs) is equivalent to 10 million. Hence, 100 crores is the same as 1,000 million or 1 billion.

1 crores (or 100 lakhs) is equal to 10 million.

Convert crores to millions/billions:
Currency converter (from Indian rupees)
  • 10,000,000 INR is equal to 144,800 USD @ 69.06 Indian rupees to 1 US dollar.
  • 10,000,000 INR is equal to 125,000 EUR @ 80 Indian rupees to 1 Euro.
  • 10,000,000 INR is equal to 111,600 GBP @ 89.61 Indian rupees to 1 British pound.
  • 10,000,000 INR is equal to 191,800 CAD @ 52.14 Indian rupees to 1 Canadian dollar.
  • 10,000,000 INR is equal to 197,500 AUD @ 50.63 Indian rupees to 1 Australian dollar.
Currency converter (to Indian rupees)
  • 10,000,000 USD is equal to 690,607,735 INR @ 69.06 Indian rupees to 1 US dollar.
  • 10,000,000 EUR is equal to 800,000,000 INR @ 80 Indian rupees to 1 Euro.
  • 10,000,000 GBP is equal to 896,057,348 INR @ 89.61 Indian rupees to 1 British pound.
  • 10,000,000 CAD is equal to 521,376,434 INR @ 52.14 Indian rupees to 1 Canadian dollar.
  • 10,000,000 AUD is equal to 506,329,114 INR @ 50.63 Indian rupees to 1 Australian dollar.

Etymology of crore

Crore (100 lakhs or ten million) comes from the Sanskrit koti (कोटि) and Prakrit krodi. It is also pronounced karor, karod, koti, kodi, etc. in various Indian languages. The word (or a variant) has also spread to Arabic, Persian, and Pashto. The spread of Buddhism has also introduced it to Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Tagalog, and other East Asian languages.