QAR to PKR Currency Converter - 1 Qatari Riyal To Pakistan Rupee

1 QAR = 58.929065 PKR

1 QAR = 58.93 PKR
Your Conversion : 1 QAR = 58.929065 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 58.929065 PKR = 1 QAR

Qatari Riyal Pakistan Rupee

Updated: Aug 18 2022

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Today Qatari Riyal Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1 QAR to PKR) is 58.929065 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best QAR to PKR conversion. This Qatari Riyal to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1 QAR buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.



Last 30 days LAST 90 DAYS
High 66.46 66.46
Low 59.26 40.5
Average 62.7590 58.1693


Date Buying Selling
18 Aug, 2022 58.77 59.27
17 Aug, 2022 58.77 59.27
16 Aug, 2022 58.76 59.26
15 Aug, 2022 59.14 59.64
14 Aug, 2022 61.66 62.16
13 Aug, 2022 61.66 62.16
12 Aug, 2022 61.66 62.16
11 Aug, 2022 61.64 62.14
10 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
9 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
8 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
7 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
6 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
5 Aug, 2022 61.63 62.13
4 Aug, 2022 62.54 63.04


The exchange rate of QAR to PKR is around 58.929065 Pakistani Rupee. QAR and PKR both currencies have their values in their respective countries. Internationally both currencies have a different position and stand differently all around the globe.

PKR is not a high valued currency for trading and other purposes. In contrast, QAR is a higher currency than PKR and is used for trading purposes too. The economy plays a vital role in the exchange rate of both countries. If the economy of the country is on the top, then the currency rates increase, but if the economy is at a low level, then the currency rate decrease.


QAR is the national and official currency of the state of Qatar. It is divided into 100 dirhams. The currency symbol is QR, and the currency code is QAR. The currency of Qatar is pegged to the USD at a rate of USD/QAR 3.64. The coins that are used are in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 dirhams.

The banknotes are used in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, and 500 Rials. Before 1966, Indian Rupee as a currency was used in Qatar in the form of Gulf Rupees. After the devaluation of the Indian Rupee, Qatar started using the Gulf Rupee as its currency.

It adopted the Saudi Riyal followed by the Qatar-Dubai Currency agreement on 21 March 1966. The worth of Saudi Riyal was 1.065 Gulf Rupees, and the Gulf Rupee was equal to the Qatar and Dubai Rial.

As compared to the United States Dollar, Qatari Rial is a weak currency. The exchange rate of the Dollar to QAR is 3.64 Qatari Rial. It means Qatari Riyal is stronger than many other currencies all over the world.


PKR is the official currency of Pakistan. The most popular Pakistan Rupee exchange rate is the GBP to PKR rate. The currency code of Pakistan is PKR, and the symbol is Rs. The State Bank of Pakistan regulates the currency of Pakistan as it is the Central Bank of Pakistan.

The Rupee is divided into 100 paise. The banknotes of Pakistan are in denominations of Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500, Rs 1000, and Rs 5000. In Pakistan, a large number of Rupees are counted in the name of thousand, lakh (100,000), crore (10 million), arab (1 billion), and kharab (100 billion).

Pakistan is the 23rd largest economy in the world. The currency of Pakistan was weak and suffered from a socio-economic crisis. But now, Pakistan is making progress, and the PKR is much better than in the past but not as QAR currency.


The currency of QAR is stronger than PKR. The exchange rate of PKR to QAR is around 0.016973441 Qatari Rial. It is a stronger currency than Pakistan, leading to a low amount of money being of high worth. It means that the amount of 40,000 QR is a good amount of salary. But in Pakistan, 40,000 Rs would just be an average salary. And if we convert 40,000 QR to PKR, it counts to around 2357162.6 Rupees.