Indian Rupee Symbol Guidelines

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Indian Rupee Symbol Guidelines

Guidelines for preparing entries:
  • The symbol should represent the historical & cultural ethos of the country as widely accepted across the country.
  • The symbol should be applicable to standard keyboard.
  • The symbol has to be in the Indian National Language Script or a visual representation.
  • A participant can send a maximum of two entries.

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