Gold Price on Holi: Gold Rates Drop by Rs 7,600. Check Revised Prices Here

Notably, gold failed to glitter this week as the precious metal continued its downward trend with prices hitting a nearly 11-month low.

New Delhi: Ahead of Holi, gold prices today declined by Rs 7,600 per 100 gram. Following the dip, the rate of 10-gram 22-carat gold on Sunday was Rs 43,920, the Good Returns Website showed. Notably, gold failed to glitter this week as the precious metal continued its downward trend with prices hitting a nearly 11-month low. Earlier this week, gold futures for April delivery opened at Rs 44,974 per 10 gram. However, a day later, it went down by Rs 100  per 100 gram. On March 23, the rate of yellow metal further slipped by Rs 1,200 per 100 gram. Similarly, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the downward trend continued. 

According to the Good Returns Website, the price of 22-carat gold in Delhi is Rs 44,050 per 10 gm, while in Mumbai it is Rs 43,000.   In Chennai, the precious metal is being sold at Rs 42,320, In cities like Gujarat’s Vadodara and Ahmedabad, the yellow metal was trading at Rs 44,440 (for 10 grams of 22-carat gold).

City22-k gold (per 10 gm)24-k gold (per 10 gm)
KeralaRs 41,900Rs 45,710
LucknowRs 44,050Rs 48,050
BangaloreRs 41,900Rs 45,710
PuneRs 43,000Rs 44,000
VisakhapatnamRs 41,900Rs 45,710
JaipurRs 44,050Rs 48,050
PatnaRs 43,000Rs 44,000
ChandigarhRs 44,050Rs 48,050

Disclaimer: The 22-carat and the 24-carat gold rates shown above are not showroom prices. The rates of the precious metal are expected to change after the inclusion of Goods and Services Tax (GST), TCS, and other taxes. Moreover, the prices of gold and silver vary across India due to the excise duty, state taxes, and other levies.

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