Send money to India

FlashFX makes it easy and affordable to send money to family or friends in India. Use our currency calculator to see exactly how many rupees your recipient will receive when you transfer money to India with us

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1 AUD = 47.3700 INR

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Save up to $186.00 AUD

Save up to 186.00 AUD when you convert 5,000.00 AUD to INR with us

Save money when you convert AUD to INR with FlashFX. We take out the middleman from the transfer process and pass the savings on to you. That's why we can offer bank-beating exchange rates and zero transaction fees. Just see how we compare!

Effective Exchange Rate
47.37
45.51
45.85
45.62
45.52
45.40
Total Margin
1.48%
5.35%
4.64%
5.13%
5.32%
5.58%

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Send Money to India in 3 Simple Steps

Step 1 - Create your account

Register your details and verify yourself with one primary ID doc, like a passport or driver's license. It's that simple!

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Step 2 - Send some money

Tell us the AUD amount you would like to convert to INR and send to India. Input the recipient details, including their full name, bank account number and SWIFT code. Fund your FlashFX account and we will take care of the rest.

Step 3 - Track your transfer

Use the FlashFX dashboard to follow your money in real-time. Login anytime to view your transaction history or check the status of a transfer.

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AUD to INR Rate History

Exchange rates are constantly in flux. Be sure to check the historical AUD/INR mid-market rate before sending money to India.

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India Money Transfer FAQs...

India is home to nearly 18% of the total world’s population. With over 1.3 billion people, only China is more populous. India is a highly pluralistic, multi-ethnic and multilingual society. Although Hindi and English are the two most widely-spoken languages, there are at least other 16 official languages in the country. Hinduism is the most widely practiced religion (79%), followed by Islam (4.5%), Christianity (2.5%) and Sikhism (1.5%).

India has the 7th biggest economy in the world by nominal GDP and after instituting a swath of market-based economic reforms in 1991, it became one of the fastest-growing major economies on earth. Despite this, the country continues to face challenges related to economic disparity, government corruption and foreign direct investment.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) operates a “managed float” exchange rate regime where the Central Bank allows the market to discover the level of the rupee but can intervene to prevent excessive volatility. The managed float policy applies only to the rupee’s level against the US dollar, which means that the RBI can regularly intervene in the forex market to ensure that the USD/INR rate does not become too volatile.

This ‘managed float’ policy can have an effect on the AUD/INR exchange rate. Namely, it makes the AUD/INR rate heavily tied to fluctuations in the overall level of the USD. But macroeconomic factors still matter. India and Australia are both large trading nations. Trade policy between the two nations, as well as overall price changes of key imports and exports could influence the level of each country’s currency.

To send money to India you’ll need to gather the recipient’s banking details, including the IFSC and SWIFT Code, as well as the bank account number. The IFCS is an 11-digit code that identifies specific bank branches within the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) network in India. The Reserve Bank of India uses the IFSC for electronic money transfers between banks. You’ll need an IFSC whenever you’re transferring money from overseas into a bank account in India, as well as for any intra-country bank transfers.