On the one hand, in Budget 2023, imported jewelery made of gold, silver, and platinum was announced to be costlier. On the other hand, there has been a rise in the prices of gold and silver in the Indian bullion market as well. Today (Thursday), on the morning of February 1, gold rates have increased. At the same time, an increase has been seen in the price of silver. 10 grams of pure gold of 24 carats is selling beyond 57 thousand, while the price of silver of 999 purity is beyond 58 thousand rupees per kg.
According to ibjarates.com, the official portal of the India Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA), on the morning of February 1, the price of 24-carat gold of 999 purity rose to Rs 57,426 per 10 grams in the bullion market, while the price of silver of 999 purity remained costlier. With this, it has reached Rs 68,794 per kg. According to the official portal ibjarates.com, the price of ten grams of gold of 995 purity has increased to Rs 57,196 this morning. At the same time, gold of 916 purity has increased to Rs 52,602 today. Apart from this, the price of gold of 750 purity has come down to Rs 43,070. At the same time, gold of 585 purity has come down to Rs 33,594 today.
How to check prices while sitting at home:-
Let us tell you that you can easily find out these prices sitting at home. For this, all you have to do is give a missed call on this number 8955664433 and a message will come to your phone, in which you can check the latest price. Let us tell you that if you want to check the purity of gold, then for this an app has been introduced by the government. With the 'BIS Care app', customers can check the purity of their gold.
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