The dollar and the rupee were the same when India became independent. The dollar was weak before independence. Then he was able to rupee. At the time of writing, it was trading at Rs 4.50. One dollar in 19 was equal to 2.50 paise in India. After that, the price went up at a snail’s pace, but the price which was Rs. If we look at its jump every five years, in the year 2000, it is 8.50, in 2009 it is 4.5, in 2010 it is 4.81, in 2015 it is 4.5 and in 2020 it is 4.5 and today it is at 8. The unfortunate thing is that this price drops by barely ten to twenty paise but it is in a constant jump mood. The Reserve Bank is taking steps to save the rupee from depreciating further, but it does not seem to be having any effect. As many as 30 exchanges believe that the rupee will still reach 70.