Gold-Silver Price: Gold and silver have become cheaper in the Indian bullion market today, 26 September 2023. The price of gold is less by Rs 59 thousand per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of silver is more than Rs 71 thousand per kg. At the national level, the price of 10 grams of 24 carat gold of 999 purity is Rs 58922. Whereas the price of 999 purity silver is Rs 71364.
According to India Bullion and Jewelers Association, on Monday evening the price of 24 carat pure gold was Rs 59129 per 10 grams, which has come down to Rs 58922 this morning. Similarly, gold and silver have become cheaper on the basis of purity.
What is the price of gold and silver today?
According to the official website ibjarates.com, this morning the price of ten grams of gold of 995 purity has come down to Rs 58686. At the same time, 10 grams of gold with 916 (22 carat) purity has become worth Rs 53973 today. Apart from this, the price of gold of 750 purity (18 carat) has come down to Rs 44192. Whereas 585 purity gold (14 carat) has become cheaper today at Rs 34469. Apart from this, one kg silver of 999 purity has become worth Rs 71364 today.
Gold-Silver Rates Today
Know the price of gold and silver through missed call
Apart from the holidays declared by the Central Government, rates are not issued by ibja on Saturdays and Sundays. To know the retail rates of 22 carat and 18 carat gold jewellery, you can give a missed call on 8955664433. Rates will be available through SMS within some time. Apart from this, you can check www.ibja.co or ibjarates.com for continuous updates.
By how much did gold and silver become cheaper today?
Purity Monday evening rates Tuesday morning rates How much changed Rate Gold (per 10 grams) 999 59129 58922 207 rupees Cheap gold (per 10 grams) 995 58892 58686 206 rupees Cheap gold (per 10 grams) 916 54162 53973 189 rupees Cheap gold ( per 10 grams) 750 44347 44192 155 rupees Cheap gold (per 10 grams) 585 34590 34469 121 rupees cheap silver (per 1 kg) 999 73015 71364
Rs 1,651 cheaper
Let us tell you that the prices released by the Indian Bullion Jewelers Association provide information about the standard price of gold of different purities. All these prices are before tax and making charges. The rates issued by IBJA are universal across the country but their prices do not include GST. Let us tell you that while buying jewellery, the rates of gold or silver are higher because they include taxes.