The Indian Rupee symbol is out and approved. It has been accepted by the Unicode Technical Committee with the code position
₹ in HTML. Though rarely used, even the generic Rupee symbol can be presented by
U+20A8. It was just easier to type the characters Rs. With the new symbol, you will have to use specific fonts and follow ways of entering Unicode characters in your documents.
You can use open source fonts like:
Or one of the following:
- Rupakara, by Michael Everson
- Rupee Font by Foradian Technologies.
- Rupi Foradian by Foradian Technologies.
- Lorimer by James Puckett (Paid)
<Ctrl><Shift>u20b9in editors like Mousepad, gedit, Leafpad, email clients like Claws-Mail and even LibreOffice and OpenOffice
You can also do it easily on the Microsoft platform like Microsoft Office.