- any of various gold coins of India, introduced in the 16th century by various Mogul princes and later used by the British as the standard gold coin of India.
Origin of mohur
Examples from the Web for mohur
Historical Examples of mohur
The half is called the Mohur, and is the common silver currency in the country.
The coin called a Mohur varies in its rate of exchange, but is commonly worth 34 Paisahs.
No animals of game were seen, except a solitary hare; but there were marks of the foot of the mohur, or large gazelle.
- a former Indian gold coin worth 15 rupees