Information about currency: Tibetan Srang

Tibetan Srang (1909 - 1959)
Currency NameTibetan Srang
System1 Srang = 10 Sho = 100 Skar
Description

The srang (pronounced "sang"; in Tibetan often referred to as "dngul srang" i.e. "silver srang") was a currency of Tibet between 1909 and 1959. It circulated alongside the tangka until the 1950s. It was divided into 10 sho, each of 10 skar, with the tangka equal to 15 skar (1 srang = 6⅔ tangka).

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Tibetan Srang: Details
Issued ByTibet
From1909
To1959
Tibetan Srang: Users
CountryPeriodFromTo
Flag of Tibet Tibet Tibetan Srang 1909 1959