Mumbai: India's forex reserves rose by $1.385 billion to $314.922 billion in the week to June 20 on account of rise in currency assets.
In the previous week, total reserves increased by $950.9 million to $313.536 billion.
Foreign currency assets (FCAs), a major constituent of the overall reserves, surged by $1.372 billion to $287.961 billion in the period under review, Reserve Bank said in its weekly statement on Friday.
FCAs, expressed in dollar terms, include the effect of appreciation/depreciation of the non-US currencies such as the Euro, Pound and Yen held in reserves.
The gold reserves remained unchanged at $20.790 billion in the reporting week.
The special drawing rights was up $9.3 million to $4.456 billion, and the country's reserve position with the IMF also rose $3.5 million to $1.714 billion in the period under review, the central bank said.