India's forex reserves rose by $2.53 billion during the week ended March 18, official data showed.
According to Reserve Bank of India's weekly statistical supplement, Forex reserves rose by $2.53 billion to $355.94 billion.
The overall foreign exchange reserves had increased by $2.54 billion to touch $353.40 billion for the week ended March 11.
Foreign currency assets (FCA), increased by $2.50 billion to $332.50 billion during the week under review.
During the week ended March 11, the FCA had augmented by $2.52 billion to $329.99 billion.
Individual movements of these currencies against US dollar impacts overall foreign reserves value.
The country's gold reserves remained stationary at $19.32 billion.
But special drawing rights (SDRs) gained by $12.1 million to $1.49 billion.
For the week ended March 11, the SDRs inched up by $7.2 million to $1.48 billion
Same way, country's reserve position with the IMF (International Monetary Fund) edged higher by $21.1 million to $2.61 billion.
Reserve position with IMF had surged $12.7 million to $2.59 billion for the week ended March 11.