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Today Gold Rate in India

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Gold Rate Today 20 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,761
Highest Gold Rate Today   -
Lowest Gold Rate Today   -
Gold Rate Yesterday 19 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,761
Today 24 karat gold rate in India is 30,761 rupees per 10 grams and 22 karat gold rate is 28,198 rupees.

Today 24 Karat Gold Rate in India

  (Rs)
Gold Rate Per Gram ₹ 3,076
Gold Rate Per 10 Grams ₹ 30,761
Gold Rate Per Kilogram ₹ 3,076,100
Today 24 karat gold rate in India given in rupees per gram, rupees per 10 gram and in rupees per kilogram.

Today 22 Karat Gold Rate in India

  (Rs)
Gold Rate Per Gram ₹ 2,820
Gold Rate Per 10 Grams ₹ 28,198
Gold Rate Per Kilogram ₹ 2,819,758
Today 22 karat gold rate in India given in rupees per gram, rupees per 10 gram and in rupees per kilogram.

Today Gold Rate in India Cities

  24 Karat (Rs/10gm) 22 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Gold Rate in Delhi ₹ 31,626 ₹ 30,126
Gold Rate in Mumbai ₹ 31,513 ₹ 29,993
Gold Rate in Bangalore ₹ 30,341 ₹ 28,901
Gold Rate in Chennai ₹ 30,853 ₹ 29,393
Gold Rate in Kolkata ₹ 31,927 ₹ 30,407
Gold Rate in Hyderabad ₹ 30,870 ₹ 29,390
Gold Rate in Kerala ₹ 29,952 ₹ 28,512
Gold Rate in Bhopal ₹ 31,507 ₹ 30,017
Gold Rate in Indore ₹ 31,510 ₹ 30,010
Gold Rate in Chandigarh ₹ 31,628 ₹ 30,138
Gold Rate in Jaipur ₹ 31,730 ₹ 30,230
Gold Rate in Panaji ₹ 30,337 ₹ 28,887
Gold Rate in Thane ₹ 31,508 ₹ 29,998
Gold Rate in Pune ₹ 31,512 ₹ 30,002
Gold Rate in Patna ₹ 31,925 ₹ 30,415
Gold Rate in Lucknow ₹ 31,651 ₹ 30,121
Gold Rate in Ghaziabad ₹ 31,623 ₹ 30,133
Gold Rate in Allahabad ₹ 31,647 ₹ 30,137
Gold Rate in Ahmedabad ₹ 31,735 ₹ 30,225
Gold Rate in Surat ₹ 31,736 ₹ 30,236
Gold Rate in Noida ₹ 31,629 ₹ 30,129
Gold Rate in Gurgaon ₹ 31,643 ₹ 30,113
Gold Rate in Pondicherry ₹ 30,847 ₹ 29,377
Gold Rate in Visakhapatnam ₹ 30,844 ₹ 29,394
Gold Rate in Vijayawada ₹ 30,867 ₹ 29,397
Today 24 karat and 22 karat gold rate from major cities across India given in rupees per 10 grams.
Gold rate in India differs across cities due to various local market factors like state taxes, demand and supply of gold in the local market, transportation cost, security cost and profit margins decided by the local jewellers and bullion traders association.
Gold rate in city markets changes twice a day and is been adjusted locally depending on the MCX and international gold rate changes to protect local jewellers and traders profit margins.

Hallmark Gold Rate in India Today

Karat (Rs/10gm) Hallmark Purity of Gold
24 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 30,761 999 99.9%
22 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 28,198 916 91.6%
21 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 26,916 875 87.5%
20 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 25,634 833 83.3%
18 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 23,071 750 75.0%
15 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 19,226 625 62.5%
14 Karat Gold Rate ₹ 17,944 583 58.3%
Hallmark gold rate in India given in rupees per 10 grams.

Gold Rate in India in Last 15 Days

 24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
19 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,766
18 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,802
17 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,802
16 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,761
15 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,616
14 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,303
13 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,156
12 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,084
11 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,010
10 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,010
09 Feb 2018 ₹ 29,944
08 Feb 2018 ₹ 29,944
07 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,063
06 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,417
05 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,341
Last 15 days gold rate in India given in rupees per 10 grams.

Gold Rate in India in February 2018

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 16 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,829
Lowest Gold Rate 08 Feb 2018 ₹ 29,821
Gold Rate on 01 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,452
Gold Rate on 19 Feb 2018 ₹ 30,761
Highest gold rate in India in the month of February 2018 was 30,829 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 16 February while the lowest gold rate was 29,821 rupees per 10 grams which was recorded on 08 February.

Gold Rate in India in January 2018

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 25 Jan 2018 ₹ 30,455
Lowest Gold Rate 04 Jan 2018 ₹ 29,071
Gold Rate on 01 Jan 2018 ₹ 29,124
Gold Rate on 31 Jan 2018 ₹ 30,090
Highest gold rate in India in the month of January 2018 was 30,455 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 25 January while the lowest gold rate was 29,071 rupees per 10 grams which was recorded on 04 January.

Gold Rate in India in December 2017

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 02 Dec 2017 ₹ 29,210
Lowest Gold Rate 13 Dec 2017 ₹ 28,103
Gold Rate on 01 Dec 2017 ₹ 29,077
Gold Rate on 31 Dec 2017 ₹ 29,166
Highest gold rate in India in the month of December 2017 was 29,210 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 02 December while the lowest gold rate was 28,103 rupees per 10 grams which was recorded on 13 December.

Gold Rate in India in 2017

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 08 Sep 2017 ₹ 30,429
Lowest Gold Rate 01 Jan 2017 ₹ 27,446
Gold Rate on 01 Jan 2017 ₹ 27,446
Highest gold rate in India in the year of 2017 was 30,429 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 08 September 2017 while the lowest gold rate was 27,446 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 01 January 2017.

Gold Rate in India in 2016

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 06 Jul 2016 ₹ 32,337
Lowest Gold Rate 01 Jan 2016 ₹ 24,911
Gold Rate on 01 Jan 2016 ₹ 24,967
Highest gold rate in India in the year of 2016 was 32,337 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 06 July 2016 while the lowest gold rate was 24,911 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 01 January 2016.

Gold Rate in India in 2015

    24 Karat (Rs/10gm)
Highest Gold Rate 21 Jan 2015 ₹ 28,200
Lowest Gold Rate 24 Jul 2015 ₹ 24,489
Gold Rate on 01 Jan 2015 ₹ 26,700
Highest gold rate in India in the year of 2015 was 28,200 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 21 January 2015 while the lowest gold rate was 24,489 rupees per 10 grams recorded on 24 July 2015.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do electronic circuits have gold in them and can we extracted it?
Gold is a very good conductor of electricity but unlike copper which is also a good conductor gold doesn't tarnishes when exposed to air or moisture and hence is been used in gold plating connectors. You can extract gold from these electronic circuits but it is a dangerous process and is not recommend to be done by inexperienced people.
Below is the process by which gold is extracted from electronic circuits.
Put nitric acid in a Pyrex glassware bowl or container. Break the electronic circuit board into smaller pieces and put them in nitric acid. Nitric acid will dissolve the plastic and other metals releasing fumes without harming the gold bits. Filter the solution to separate the undissolved gold bits. Some plastic will still be attached to the gold bits and needs to be separated manually. Make sure to wear a protective gear (face mask, safety glasses and industrial gloves) throughout the process.
Which are the top gold loan providing companies in India?
Manappuram, IIFL and Muthoot are some of the leading and specialized gold loan providing companies in India.
Manappuram Gold Loan : 18004202233
IIFL Gold Loan : 180030001155
Muthoot Fincorp Gold Loan : 18002123644
Do I need a PAN card to buy gold in India?
You need to carry your PAN card to the jewellers shop only if you are buying gold worth 2 lakh rupees or more in cash. PAN card is not required if you are buying gold below 2 lakh rupees in cash or buying any amount of gold using debit/credit card, bank cheque, demand draft or via any other online payment method.
How much gold can I bring from Dubai to India?
If residing in Dubai for atleast one year, male passengers coming from Dubai to India can bring in 20 grams of gold jewllery along with them as a duty free allowance but it should not value more than Rs.50,000 (fifty thousand rupees). Similarly, female passengers coming from Dubai can bring in 50 grams of gold jewellery as duty free allowance but not valuing more than Rs.1,00,000 (one lakh rupees).
Why does India imports gold?
India contributes to 0.5% of the world's gold production but consumes upto 30% of the gold produced or mined in the entire world. As the consumption of gold in the Indian domestic market is more than what the country produces hence, it needs to import a huge amount of gold.
Why is gold rate different in cities across India?
Gold rate differs in cities across India due to various local market factors like state taxes, demand and supply of gold, transportation of physical gold to local market and bullion associations in major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata having the power to fix or to regulate gold rates to safe guard bullion traders and jewellers interest.
How much tax is there on gold?
While buying gold you pay Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 3% on the offered gold rate and if you are buying gold jewellery you pay a GST of 5% on making charges (also known as labour charges) additionally.
Can I buy gold jewellery as investment?
No. You should not buy gold jewellery as an investment. Gold jewellery purchase price consists of a significant amount of jewellery making charges which are lost when selling the jewellery. By the time of selling gold jewellery only gold quality and quantity is considered by the jeweller.
To invest in gold you should buy gold coins or can explore other options like Gold ETFs, Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) or PayTM Gold.
From where should I buy gold?
You should prefer buying gold from a bullion trader rather than a bank or a jeweller as in general bullion traders offer good rate than the other two. Also, most of the bullion trader give buy back options to their customers.
What impacts gold rate in India?
Demand and supply of gold in the local and international market, global gold production, economic uncertainties, US dollar rate against rupee, inflation and possibility of wars involving major countries or similar global crisis are some of the factors that impact gold rate in India and internationally.
What is 24 karat?
24 karat gold means 999 gold as per BIS Hallmark standards which is 99.9% pure. 24 karat gold is the purest form of gold available in the market in the form of gold coins or gold bars and cannot be used to make gold jewellery as it being too soft for it. Jewellery can be made from 22 karat gold and below.
What is 916 gold?
As per BIS Hallmark standards 916 gold means 91.6% pure 22 karat gold.
What is the difference between karat and carat?
Karat is a unit used for indicating purity of gold. For example 24 karat means 99.9% purity or 999 gold as per BIS Hallmark standards similarly, 22 karat mean 91.6% purity or 916 gold. Carat is a weight measurement unit used to weigh diamonds.
How do I check the purity of gold?
When buying new gold coin or gold jewellery always checks for BIS Hallmark stamp which is an indication of purity with details mentioned on it clearly (999 = 24 Karat, 916 = 22 Karat, 875 = 21 Karat, 833 = 20 Karat, 750 = 18 Karat, 625 = 15 Karat, 583 = 14 Karat, 500 = 12 Karat, 417 = 10 Karat, 375 = 09 Karat, 333 = 08 Karat, 250 = 06 Karat). If you have any old jewellery which doesn't have a Hallmark stamp for some reason - visit a trusted local jeweller and get a touch report done to know the gold details or you also get it Hallmarked from the nearest Hallmarking centre.
Where is gold found in India?
In India gold is found in Kolar Gold Field in Kolar district of Karnataka. Manufacturing unit at Kolar Gold Field was been set up by Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) which is a public sector company controlled by Ministry of Defence. Kolar Gold Field was once also called as 'Little England' by the British as it has temperate weather and landscape similar to Britain.
What does 1 tola gold means?
One tola gold means 10 grams of gold. The term 'tola' is popularly used in the local gold jewellery market in India.
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