Indian pie

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A Bhopal State postage stamp worth 1 anna and three pies

A pie was a unit of currency in India that is no longer in use. It was the smallest currency unit, equal to 1/3 paisa, 1/12 anna or 1/192 rupee. It is abbreviated as Ps. It was abolished in the decimalisation of Indian currency and also due to practically zero value due to inflation. It was used until the middle of the 20th century.

The pie was also used as a unit of currency in Burma and Pakistan.