Gold Rate in Punjab

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14th Dec 2017


Today MCX gold price in rupees per 10 grams.

Today gold price in Punjab is 29020 rupees per 10 grams
(10 grams = 1 tola gold)

22 Carat Gold
Rs. 27140
24 Carat Gold
Rs. 29020

22 Carat & 24 Carat Gold Rate in Punjab Per Gram (INR)

  22-Carat 24-Carat Change(%)
Yesterday 2714.00 2902.00 0 %
Today 2719.00 2907.00 0 %

Today 24 Carat Gold Price per gram in Punjab (INR)

Gram 24 Carat Gold Yesterday24 Carat Gold Today Daily Price Change
1 Gram Rs 2902.00Rs 2907.00
8 Gram Rs 23216Rs 23256
10 Gram Rs 29020Rs 29070
100 Gram Rs 290200Rs 290700

Today 22 Carat Gold Price per gram in Punjab (INR)

Gram 22 Carat Gold Yesterday22 Carat Gold Today Daily Price Change
1 Gram Rs 2714.00Rs 2719.00
8 Gram Rs 21712Rs 21752
10 Gram Rs 27140Rs 27190
100 Gram Rs 271400Rs 271900

Gold Rates In Punjab

Punjab, being one of the thriving states of India, is known to prosper in agriculture and related sectors. Being a very fertile land, agriculture flourishes easily here. Encapsulating several important cities like Chandigarh, Amritsar, Patiala, Jalandhar and Ludhiana, this state has a very rich culture. Festivities are a very important part of their culture and gold is an essential part of their festivities. The gold rates in Punjab depend on the season of traditional demands such as on weddings, important festivals, occasions, etc. Jewelry is an important trading route for Gold in Punjab, and the demand is mostly from the rural regions. The well renowned Golden Temple is also in Punjab. Today’s gold rate in Punjab depends on the reasons citizens buy it for. Some buy it online while some buy it from banks for investment purposes. The primary reasons till date are weddings and auspicious occasions.

22 & 24 Carat Gold Rate in Punjab for Last 10 Days

14 December 2017 Rs. 2714.00 Rs. 27140 Rs. 2902.00 Rs. 29020
13 December 2017 Rs. 2719.00 Rs. 27190 Rs. 2907.00 Rs. 29070
12 December 2017 Rs. 2722.00 Rs. 27220 Rs. 2910.00 Rs. 29100
11 December 2017 Rs. 2737.00 Rs. 27370 Rs. 2925.00 Rs. 29250
10 December 2017 Rs. 2737.00 Rs. 27370 Rs. 2925.00 Rs. 29250
09 December 2017 Rs. 2727.00 Rs. 27270 Rs. 2915.00 Rs. 29150
08 December 2017 Rs. 2751.00 Rs. 27510 Rs. 2939.00 Rs. 29390
07 December 2017 Rs. 2769.00 Rs. 27690 Rs. 2957.00 Rs. 29570
06 December 2017 Rs. 2779.00 Rs. 27790 Rs. 2967.00 Rs. 29670
05 December 2017 Rs. 2778.00 Rs. 27780 Rs. 2966.00 Rs. 29660

Comparison of 22 K & 24 K Gold Rates in Punjab

Historical Price of Gold Rate in Punjab

Gold Rate in Punjab

What is the importance of Gold in Punjab?

Home to the resplendent splendor of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, which has 750kgs of pure gold plating its marble done, Punjab’s reverence for the yellow metal could not be more evident. A culturally rich state, gold is an essential part of Punjab’s festivities. The gold prices in Punjab escalate during the auspicious occasions such as Dhanteras and weddings.  Gold is considered a prudent investment and saving instrument which retains its value against inflation and depreciation.

What constitutes gold purchases in Punjab?

Most of the gold purchases in Punjab are in the form of jewelry and the rural sections of the state constitute a major portion of this demand. Gold, as bullion, is also traded in Punjab, but the precious metal is still regarded by most as auspicious and a part of the tradition.

What decides the price of Gold in Punjab?

To calculate today’s gold price in Punjab, certain national and global factors such as the international dollar price of gold, the dollar-rupee rates of exchange and the domestic import duties and tariffs have to be taken into consideration. The gold price in Punjab is higher for jewelry and coins because of the workmanship involved in designing the same.

What is the future of Punjab’s Gold Price?

The gold price in Punjab is declining as is the trend in the rest of the country and this trend is expected to continue in 2017. Gold, however, remains as an important risk cover in any investment portfolio for most Indians.