Yesterday on Monday, the price of 22 carat gold opened at Rs 55,350 per 10 grams, while 24 carat gold opened at the rate of Rs 60,370. This means that the price of gold has seen an increase of Rs 100 per 10 grams.
Gold rates today per 10 grams in the main cities of India are as follows –
|22 carats (10 grams)
|24 carat (10 grams)
Difference seen again in the price of silver, here is the new update
The festival of Rakshabandhan is now over. In such a situation, there has been a significant decline in the price of silver in the Indian bullion market last week. In such a situation, today on Tuesday, September 5, silver opened at the price of Rs 76,200 per kg. If seen, the price of silver opened yesterday at Rs 76,900.
Talking about the main cities of India, the rates of silver per kg today are as follows –
Chennai – 80,000 per kg
Mumbai – 76,200 per kg
New Delhi – 77,200 per kg
Kolkata – 77,200 per kg
Bangalore – 75,500 per kg
Ahmedabad – 76,200 per kg
Lucknow – 76,200 per kg
Jaipur – 76,200 per kg
Check rates from this official site: Every day fluctuations in the prices of gold and silver are seen in India. In such a situation, people are interested to know the prices of the exchanged gold and silver. Consumers can check their revised prices by visiting the official website of Indian Bullion Jewelers Association or can also click on the link given here https://ibjarates.com/. Apart from this, customers can also find out the rates by giving a missed call on this number 8955664433.
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