Today's remittance service allows you to transfer money to India from the following currencies: USD, GBP, EURO, SGD, CAD, AUD, CHF, HKD, JPY, AED, SAR, DKK, NOK, SEK, QAR and etc,. Sending money to India has different ways.

Our goal is to provide the most helpful and complete guide for your rupee money transfer needs, including INR currency Exchange Rates, NRI Accounts comparison (NRO, NRE and FCNR), NRI investment opportunities in India & more...
Different Ways to Transfer Money Money Fransfer FAQ
  1. Online money transfer though banks
  2. Instant global money transfer services
  3. Wire Transfer Money to India
  4. Send money through NRI-NRE Account
  5. Online payment(Paypal)
Remittance Service Exchange Rates

According to Reserver bank of India NRI (non-resident indian) can remit money up to 30 times to individuals in a calendar year. [Source - RBI ups limit on number of remittances ]

According to the latest World Bank remittance report it has been concluded that the there has been an increase of 33% in remittance to India since 2004. The amount of remittance to India approximately was $24.6 billion in 2006.  India is financially strengthening and this has increased the interest of the foreign investors towards India. [...]

Here is the list of things that NRIs should keep in mind while investing in real estate in India. – NRIs have no restrictions on how many commercial or residential properties they can own in India. However, repatriation of sale proceeds can only be done for two units. – NRIs can invest in real estate [...]

Are you an NRI? Looking answers NRI related questions? Here are the articles links which has answers to your most common NRI related questions( NRI Investments, NRI Tax, etc). Bookmark this page for future reference. – How NRIs can claim TDS exemption.. link – Why PPF is not an attractive investment option for NRIs ? [...]

You can remit money to India for the following purposes : To credit your own NRE/NRO savings account To credit your NRE and NRO fixed deposits To credit the account of a registered beneficiary (spouse etc) For maintenance and support of your family To make investments To make payments As gifts How do I send [...]

Gold is one such asset as its value is universally recognised. Gold has usually shown a steady appreciation in value and can be easily converted to cash. ICICI Bank ‘Pure Gold’, imported from Switzerland, comes with a promise of 24-carat, 99.99% purity in a tamper proof packing. ‘Pure Gold’ is assay certified, signifying the highest [...]