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Important Coins in Indian History

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There is a List of the Important Coins in Medieval Indian History.

RulerDynastyCoin with their Attributes
Muhammad GhoriGhurid DynastyIt issued coins with the figures of Lakshmi Ji and Kaliya.
IltutmishGulam DynastyJital (Copper Coin)
Tanka (silver coin)
It issued coins in India on the pure Islamic method.
This introduced the practice of writing the name of the mint on the coin.
Alauddin khiljiKhilji DynastyHe inscribed Sikandar II or Sikandar-i-Sani on his coins.
Bahlol LodiLodi DynastyIt minted Bahloli salt silver coin.
Harihara IVijayanagaraHe inscribed the images of Hanuman and Garuda on a coin called Varaha.
it was a gold coin
Its weight was 52 grains.
Other names of this coin were Hun, Pardos and Pagoda.
 SadasivaVijayanagaraThe picture of Lakshmi Narayana is inscribed on its coin.
KrishnadevarayaTuluva DynastyThe pictures of bull, Garuda, Umamaheshwar etc. were inscribed on its coins.
Pratap (Small Gold Coin)
Kanam (Small Gold Coin)
wire (silver coin)
Shershah SuriSur DynastyRupee (Silver Coin)
It weighed 180 grains.
Price (Copper Coin)
Its weight was 380 grains.
The ratio between its rupee and price was 1 64
BabarMughal DynastyHe introduced the silver Shahrukhi coin from Kabul.
He introduced a coin called Babri from Kandahar.
AkbarMughal DynastyThe Muhar (gold coin) weighed 168-170 grains.
Rupee (Silver Coin), its weight was 170 grains.
Jalali (Gold Coin)
Darv (Half Rupee)
gram (1/4 rupee)
Pandu (5th part of a rupee)
Ashta (8th part of Rupee)
Black (16th part of a rupee)
Sookie (20th part of Rupee)
Daam (Copper Coin)
Adela (1/2 dram)
Pavla (1/4 the daam)
Damdi (8th part of daam)
Elahi (Gold Coin)
Nisar (Gold Coin)
The daam was divided into 25 parts, which were called Jital.
Shahanshah, this was the largest gold coin of the Mughal period
It issued coins in the shape of Ram-Sita.
 
Jahangir Mughal DynastyJahangir got poetic narratives inscribed on his coins.
It issued a gold seal after you ascended the throne. On which was the picture of Akbar.
It issued coins with its own shape.
He also inscribed a picture of Nur Jahan with him on some coins.
Some of Jahangir’s coins depict him with a cup of wine in his hand.
ShahjahanMughal DynastyIt issued a coin called AnaShanshan

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