New DelhiIn the Indian bullion market, a slight jump has been registered in the price of gold on the first trading day of the week i.e. 28 September 2021. Even after this, gold is getting more than 11 thousand rupees cheaper than its record high. At the same time, the price of silver has also seen an upward trend today. According to the gold rate issued by the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, the price of 24 carat gold closed at Rs 46170 per 10 grams this evening. At the same time, this rate was Rs 46278 per 10 grams this morning.
Gold Price on MCX
On the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), gold in October futures trade is trading at a level of Rs 45,946.00 with a fall of Rs 49.00 on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX). On the other hand, silver’s December futures trade is trading at Rs 60,408.00 with an increase of Rs 453.00.
Know today’s gold and silver price of your city
city 24 carat gold silver
Ahmedabad ₹47710 ₹60250
Bangalore ₹47290 ₹60250
Bhubaneshwar ₹47470 ₹60250
Chandigarh ₹46900 ₹60250
Chennai ₹47470 ₹64400
Coimbatore ₹47470 ₹64400
Delhi ₹49640 ₹60250
Hyderabad ₹47290 ₹64400
Jaipur ₹47550 ₹60250
Kochi ₹47290 ₹64400
Kolkata ₹48450 ₹60250
Mangalore ₹ 47290 ₹ 64400
Mumbai ₹46280 ₹60250
Mysore ₹47290 ₹64400
Nagpur ₹46280 ₹60250
Nashik ₹47620 ₹60250
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Be careful while buying
• Under the hallmarking done from the BIS registered centre, 5 types of marks are printed on each piece of jewelry.
• First the logo of BIS, second the fitness number i.e. carat sign, third the marking center logo, fourth the year code and fifth the jeweler’s logo or trade mark.
• Those who do half-completed hallmarking without BIS registration keep only 3 or 4 instead of 5 stamps.
Know the price of gold and silver by missed call
Rates are not issued by ibja on Saturdays and Sundays except holidays declared by the central government. You can give a missed call on 8955664433 to know the retail rates of 22 karat and 18 karat gold jewellery. Rates will be received soon through SMS. Apart from this, for information about frequent updates, you can visit www.ibja.co or ibjarates.com.
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