Haven't used it, but got to like the price.
Not sure if there are specific requirements for India (weird sales tax calculations?), but it does do multi-currency.
Main difference between countries is support for automatic sales tax calculations and reporting, and integration with local bank payment systems. If you don't mind splitting out sales tax by hand using standard book-keeping techniques, and doing your own online banking transactions, pretty well any accounting software should port between countries.
The Canadian version of Quickbooks has a demo you can download and try if you search hard enough. (The link is on the right hand side). Can't find the equivalent download on the US or UK sites, but there probably is one. (Warning: Canada has a very bizarre combination of federal and provincial sales taxes. Depending upon the sales taxes in India, UK or US version may be a better match).