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Gold Rate 1Gram - 22 & 24 Carat Price India INR 23rd September 2018

Location22k (Standard Gold)Change24k (Pure Gold)Change
Bangalore ₹ 2,885 NIL ₹ 3,031 NIL
Chennai ₹ 2,939 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Delhi ₹ 3,003 NIL ₹ 3,151 NIL
Hyderabad ₹ 2,940 NIL ₹ 3,089 NIL
Kerala ₹ 2,874 NIL ₹ 3,017 NIL
Kolkata ₹ 3,028 NIL ₹ 3,184 NIL
Mumbai ₹ 3,026 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Agra ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,152 NIL
Ahmedabad ₹ 3,025 NIL ₹ 3,178 NIL
Allahabad ₹ 3,008 NIL ₹ 3,158 NIL
Aurangabad ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Bareilly ₹ 3,007 NIL ₹ 3,154 NIL
Belgaum ₹ 2,888 NIL ₹ 3,029 NIL
Bhubaneshwar ₹ 3,027 NIL ₹ 3,183 NIL
Chandigarh ₹ 3,007 NIL ₹ 3,155 NIL
Coimbatore ₹ 2,939 NIL ₹ 3,083 NIL
Cuttack ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Dehradun ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,154 NIL
Faridabad ₹ 3,005 NIL ₹ 3,156 NIL
Ghaziabad ₹ 3,004 NIL ₹ 3,154 NIL
Gurgaon ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,158 NIL
Guwahati ₹ 3,033 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Indore ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,178 NIL
Jabalpur ₹ 3,028 NIL ₹ 3,179 NIL
Jaipur ₹ 3,023 NIL ₹ 3,175 NIL
Jalgaon ₹ 3,029 NIL ₹ 3,183 NIL
Jammu ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,152 NIL
Jamnagar ₹ 3,021 NIL ₹ 3,174 NIL
Jamshedpur ₹ 3,033 NIL ₹ 3,181 NIL
Jodhpur ₹ 3,027 NIL ₹ 3,173 NIL
Kanpur ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,152 NIL
Kochi ₹ 2,873 NIL ₹ 3,018 NIL
Kolhapur ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Kota ₹ 3,026 NIL ₹ 3,175 NIL
Lucknow ₹ 3,002 NIL ₹ 3,158 NIL
Ludhiana ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,152 NIL
Madurai ₹ 2,938 NIL ₹ 3,087 NIL
Malappuram ₹ 2,876 NIL ₹ 3,017 NIL
Mangalore ₹ 2,889 NIL ₹ 3,030 NIL
Meerut ₹ 3,002 NIL ₹ 3,153 NIL
Mysore ₹ 2,886 NIL ₹ 3,033 NIL
Nagpur ₹ 3,026 NIL ₹ 3,177 NIL
Nanded ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,177 NIL
Nasik ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,178 NIL
Noida ₹ 3,005 NIL ₹ 3,157 NIL
Panaji ₹ 2,889 NIL ₹ 3,034 NIL
Patna ₹ 3,030 NIL ₹ 3,184 NIL
Pondicherry ₹ 2,943 NIL ₹ 3,085 NIL
Pune ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Raipur ₹ 3,030 NIL ₹ 3,183 NIL
Rajkot ₹ 3,020 NIL ₹ 3,173 NIL
Ranchi ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,182 NIL
Ratlam ₹ 3,029 NIL ₹ 3,180 NIL
Sangli ₹ 3,029 NIL ₹ 3,184 NIL
Shimla ₹ 3,003 NIL ₹ 3,152 NIL
Siliguri ₹ 3,032 NIL ₹ 3,183 NIL
Solapur ₹ 3,026 NIL ₹ 3,180 NIL
Srinagar ₹ 3,006 NIL ₹ 3,154 NIL
Surat ₹ 3,024 NIL ₹ 3,175 NIL
Thane ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,181 NIL
Tiruchirapalli ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Udaipur ₹ 3,027 NIL ₹ 3,172 NIL
Udupi ₹ 2,889 NIL ₹ 3,028 NIL
Vadodara ₹ 3,027 NIL ₹ 3,174 NIL
Varanasi ₹ 3,004 NIL ₹ 3,151 NIL
Vijayawada ₹ 2,941 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Visakhapatnam ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Warangal ₹ 2,936 NIL ₹ 3,085 NIL
Aligarh ₹ 3,008 NIL ₹ 3,155 NIL
Ambala ₹ 3,004 NIL ₹ 3,157 NIL
Amravati ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,180 NIL
Bellary ₹ 2,889 NIL ₹ 3,029 NIL
Bhilai ₹ 3,026 NIL ₹ 3,181 NIL
Bhopal ₹ 3,031 NIL ₹ 3,179 NIL
Dindigul ₹ 2,938 NIL ₹ 3,083 NIL
Erode ₹ 2,941 NIL ₹ 3,084 NIL
Gulbarga ₹ 2,884 NIL ₹ 3,028 NIL
Guntur ₹ 2,941 NIL ₹ 3,084 NIL
Haldwani ₹ 3,004 NIL ₹ 3,156 NIL
Hisar ₹ 3,002 NIL ₹ 3,151 NIL
Hosur ₹ 2,938 NIL ₹ 3,088 NIL
Kakinada ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,089 NIL
Kannur ₹ 2,874 NIL ₹ 3,018 NIL
Karnal ₹ 3,007 NIL ₹ 3,151 NIL
Karur ₹ 2,936 NIL ₹ 3,084 NIL
Kozhikode ₹ 2,871 NIL ₹ 3,016 NIL
Kurnool ₹ 2,938 NIL ₹ 3,088 NIL
Nagercoil ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Nellore ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,087 NIL
Proddatur ₹ 2,936 NIL ₹ 3,084 NIL
Rajahmundry ₹ 2,938 NIL ₹ 3,087 NIL
Salem ₹ 2,936 NIL ₹ 3,085 NIL
Shimoga ₹ 2,884 NIL ₹ 3,028 NIL
Thanjavur ₹ 2,942 NIL ₹ 3,088 NIL
Thiruvananthapuram ₹ 2,874 NIL ₹ 3,017 NIL
Thrissur ₹ 2,874 NIL ₹ 3,020 NIL
Tirunelveli ₹ 2,937 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Tuticorin ₹ 2,936 NIL ₹ 3,086 NIL
Vellore ₹ 2,939 NIL ₹ 3,084 NIL

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Trend of Gold Rate in India

In India, demand for Gold, a precious metal has been increasing day by day. Gold is not only considered as highly auspicious, but also a matter of pride and prestige. Gold Rate play a vital role in influencing the demand for gold in India. Gold rate fluctuates according to market conditions and availability. In 1965, the average price of 10 grams of gold was Rs. 71.75, now it has been increased up to 400 times. Grasp Gold Rate accurately from this page.

22 Karat Gold Rate VS 24 Karats

Karat refers to the purity of gold. 24 Karat (24K) gold is considered as pure gold, i.e. 100% gold. 22 Karat (22 K) consists of some portion alloy mixed with gold, which means, 91.7% of the composition is pure gold and the remaining is alloy in 22K Gold. In order to make ornaments, it is very difficult to use 24K pure gold because it is very soft in nature. Thus gold is mixed with other metals like copper and silver (which is 22 K gold) for making ornaments. Pure Gold (24 K) is always slightly higher in price when compared to Standard Gold (22 K). Grab exact Gold Rate for both 24 K and 22 K gold from this page.

Determining factors of Gold Rate

Gold rate is determined by the following factors:
1) Value of Indian Rupee - If the Indian Rupee slides against the US Dollar, Gold rate in India per gram becomes expensive.
2) Central Bank Reserves - Reserve Bank of India hold paper currencies and gold in reserves. Recently, RBI has started buying more gold than selling, to diversify its monetary reserves. This increases the prices of gold.
3) Global price changes - India is one of the largest importers of gold. When the import prices change due to global movement in price, the same is subsequently reflected in the Gold Price
4) High Demand for Gold - Also demand plays an important role in determining the Gold rate. If the demand for gold increases, gold rate also rises and vice versa.
5) Interest rates: Usually gold prices increases with decrease in the interest rates as it helps people investing a large amount at lower prices.

In India, Gold as a safe investment

This is the golden era for excellent investment in gold. Gold is always a safe source of investment. Gold investment is more liquid than investments in other forms (easily transformed into cash when needed). Few tips on how to invest in gold correctly is presented below:
1) Jewellery buying: Traditional way of gold investment is Jewellery buying where one can buy gold ornaments, bars or coins. This method accounts for a major portion of gold investments in Location. The main advantage of this method of investment is that Jewellery can be sold or exchanged easily if the need arises.
2) Investment in Gold coins: Investment in gold bullion coins is also a better option for people in Location over jewel buying, because there is no wastage or making charges involved to purchase them. These coins are available in different weights, ranging from 1 g to 10 g or more.
3) Investment in Gold Bullion Bars: A gold bullion bar is generally 99.5% pure and weighs around 1 kg. Bars generally carry lower price premiums than gold bullion coins.
4) Gold Accumulation Plan: This allows people in Location to invest in gold through regular monthly Installments. Through this plan, physical gold can be accumulated over the tenure of the scheme ranging from 1 year to 15 years, with the minimum monthly subscription being as low as Rs. 1,000 per month.

BIS Hallmark Gold Jewellery in India

In India, national standards organization named Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certifies the purity of the Gold. The BIS hallmarking Scheme of gold jewellery began in April 2000. Gold jewellery is hallmarked only by BIS recognized "Assaying and Hallmarking Centre". Only BIS certified jewellers can get their jewellery hallmarked from any of these centres.

Buy only BIS hallmarked gold jewellery from a registered jewellery store. KDM is not Hallmarked jewellery. So KDM can not assure the purity of Gold. Before purchasing gold jewellery, One must check hallmark which comprises of five components viz,
1. BIS Logo,
2. The purity grade (Fineness) number (corresponding to given caratage as mentioned below),
3. Assaying and Hallmarking Centre's Logo,
4. Jeweller's identification Mark (Logo/ code),
5. Year of Hallmarking denoted by a code letter and decided by BIS (e.g. code letter `A' was approved by BIS for year 2000, `B' being used for the year 2001 and `C' for 2002 and 'J' for 2008).

In India, the Hallmarked Gold jewellery is available in various Karatage which denotes the purity of the gold as:
  • 999 - 24 carat Pure Gold
  • 958 - Corresponding to 23 Carat Gold
  • 916 - Corresponding to 22 Carat Gold
  • 875 - Corresponding to 21 Carat Gold
  • 750 - Corresponding to 18 Carat Gold
  • 708 - Corresponding to 17 carat Gold
  • 585 - Corresponding to 14 Carat Gold
  • 417 - Corresponding to 10 carat Gold
  • 375 - Corresponding to 9 Carat Gold
  • 333 - Corresponding to 8 carat Gold

Gold ETF and E-Gold - A Better Investment to Make

Across centuries, gold is considered as a universal indicator of wealth and as the better investment option. This precious metal has never lost its importance in the global market till this very date. Any political tension or economic imbalances around any part of the world has a direct effect on gold rate and its demand, especially countries where gold is imported and exported in larger scale. Gold in other words is a Global Currency.

From 1975, the rate of gold has been constantly surging up with its peak reaching 2011. Any unsafe and tensed atmosphere around the world/global economy has direct influence toward gold rate fluctuations. The fluctuations in the global market in turn have major effect on countries importing gold at larger rate.

Among other investment options, gold is considered to be safer though it yields lesser investment returns. There are contradictory opinions for investing in gold, but it depends on return rate an individual/investor expects. Also with its constant rise and demand in global market, gold has never let down its investors. In the past few decades, gold always has a steady rise in value with its peak in 2011, recorded the highest in last nine years.

Gold ETF and E-Gold

It is always good to have a part of investment in gold whether it is going to rise or fall. Looking for ways to invest in gold rather than purchasing physical form of gold? Apart from the older and traditional way of purchasing gold ornaments, gold biscuits and gold coins, investment in gold has taken up new levels. Gold ETF and E-gold are the trending alternates for investing in gold with good investment returns when compared to physical form of gold.

Gold ETFs are open-ended mutual fund schemes where the money is invested in Standard Gold Bullion and are like the shares of a Company as investor can buy and sell units of Gold ETF. E-gold is held in demat form electronically and can be converted to physical form of gold easily. E-gold has taken up Gold ETF as it gives more investment returns compared to the latter.
  • Physical delivery can be done anytime investing in E-gold, while in few ETFs it is not possible.
  • Gold ETfs can be converted to physical gold only after it has reached a certain size (500gms or 1 kg), which will not be the case of E-gold.
  • One year is considered as long term for Gold ETF and is exempt from wealth tax, while it is taxable for E-gold and it has a long term of three years.
  • Both E-gold and Gold ETF has brokerage fee.
  • E-gold has higher rate of returns when compared to Gold ETF.
During economic instability, investors take up safer investing options like gold, Gold ETF, and E-gold. But once the market standardizes or gains strength, they take up on riskier investment forms like stocks and shares as they yield very higher returns. But any time of the year, it is good to have few investments in the Gold basket too.











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