Gold rate in Jind
gold rate in jind

24K Gold/ 10gm
56,440.00
0.00(0.00%)
22K Gold/ 10gm
53,750.00
0.00(0.00%)

Last updated on: 29th Jan 2023 9:00 AM

Jind in Jind district in the Indian state of Haryana is one of the largest and oldest cities. The main tourist attraction is Rani Talab, while Pandu-Pindara and Ramrai are the main religious sites that attract pilgrims for the holy bath Amavasya.

The city's commerce has long revolved upon gold. India is the world's second-largest consumer of gold, primarily for jewellery and investments. Unlike in other countries where gold is utilized for economic purposes, gold is mostly used for investment in Jind. Continue reading to learn more about Jind gold rates, purchasing options, and the factors that influence these rates.

22K & 24K Gold Rates Per Gram in Jind

24K
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1gm
5,644.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,644.00
0.00 (0.00%)
8gm
45,152.00
0.00 (0.00%)
45,152.00
0.00 (0.00%)
10gm
56,440.00
0.00 (0.00%)
56,440.00
0.00 (0.00%)
100gm
5,64,400.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,64,400.00
0.00 (0.00%)

Factors Influencing Gold Prices in Jind

Demand and Supply: Jind's domestic gold output is highly constrained, and there is also a supply shortage. Gold is imported in significant amounts to suit the astronomical demand. Similarly to this, gold prices rise when there is a shortage of metal globally.

Production/Mining Cost: Gold mining uses a lot of energy to create one gramme of gold, and this expense is reflected in the price. Due to production expenses, mining companies may potentially decide to raise prices, which could impact the price of gold.

International Prices: In Jind, the price of gold rises in a tandem with increases in the global market. For instance, the price of gold tends to increase globally when central banks buy it as a hedge against inflation.

Cost of Transportation: The majority of Jind's gold is imported. Due to the expense involved in transporting the precious metal, port towns like Mumbai and Chennai typically have expenses that are slightly cheaper than a city that is located far from the port.

Inflation: Whenever there is inflation, gold prices often increase. Because gold is purchased as a hedge against inflation, its price is on the rise.

Fixed Deposit interest rates: For many millions of Indians, the most common investment choice is a fixed deposit. The second-best option is gold. Investors favour gold as an alternative investment choice when FD rates decline. When there is a growth in demand for gold, prices climb along with it.

Historical gold rates in Jind in last 10 days

1 gram
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Day24K Gold22K Gold
30 Jan 2023
5,644.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,375.00
0.00 (0.00%)
29 Jan 2023
5,644.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,375.00
0.00 (0.00%)
28 Jan 2023
5,644.00
16.00 (0.29%)
5,375.00
15.00 (0.28%)
27 Jan 2023
5,628.00
-63.00 (-1.10%)
5,360.00
-60.00 (-1.10%)
26 Jan 2023
5,691.00
42.00 (0.75%)
5,420.00
40.00 (0.75%)
25 Jan 2023
5,649.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,380.00
0.00 (0.00%)
24 Jan 2023
5,649.00
37.00 (0.66%)
5,380.00
35.00 (0.66%)
23 Jan 2023
5,612.00
10.00 (0.18%)
5,345.00
10.00 (0.19%)
22 Jan 2023
5,602.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,335.00
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jan 2023
5,602.00
-10.00 (-0.17%)
5,335.00
-10.00 (-0.18%)

Impact of GST on Gold Prices in Jind

In 2017, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented. According to this rule, a 3% GST rate applies to all gold purchases. In addition, you must pay 5% GST on the production costs associated with shaping raw gold into complex jewellery designs.

Gold imports into India are also subject to three different forms of import taxes:

  • Customs Duty - 12.5%
  • Agriculture Infrastructure and Development Cess (AIDC) - 2.5%
  • Social Welfare Surcharge - 10% of Customs Duty

Weekly & monthly gold rate in Jind
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Options to Buy Gold in Jind

Gold ETFs: Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are an option for people wishing to invest in gold in Jind. One gramme of gold is represented by each ETF unit. They are becoming more and more popular as a result of the benefits they offer over purchasing actual gold, such as jewellery or coins.

ETFs can be bought and sold with ease, and there are no liquidity problems because they are traded on the stock exchange. Since the ETFs are kept in a Demat account, you don't need to worry about the gold asset's physical security or storage issues. It may offer specific tax advantages if you keep it for longer than a year. On your trading account, trading ETFs incurs a fee, typically a percentage of the investment.

Gold mutual funds: A fund of funds (FOF) that specialises in owning shares of other gold-related funds is one type of mutual fund in which you can invest. Alternatively, you can choose a fund that invests in gold firms with shares listed on major stock markets across the world.

Gold biscuits, coins, and gold bars: Another choice for purchasing gold is in the form of coins, biscuits, and bars. You can purchase coins in a variety of weights to suit various spending limits. Coins can be purchased via a bank or a licenced jewellery store. You will need to sell it to a jeweller because, as you should be aware, banks only sell gold coins and don't buy them back

Sovereign gold bonds: Sovereign gold bonds are debt bonds or securities issued by the Reserve Bank of India on behalf of the Government of India. By purchasing a sovereign gold bond, you own gold in a dematerialised form. These bonds are issued on a per-gram basis. The minimum investment is one gram, and the maximum is four kilograms if you are an individual investor. Per RBI guidelines. the investment tenure is eight years, and the interest rate is fixed at 2.5% per and credited semi-annually to your bank account. Premature withdrawals are allowed after five years from the date of issue. Moreover, you can use the bond as collateral against loans.

Trend of Gold rates in Jind

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Day24K Gold22K Gold
01 January 202354295170
30 January 202356445375
Highest56915420
Lowest54025145

Measurement of Purity of Gold in Jind

The purity of gold is typically measured in terms of karats (abbreviated as "K" or "kt"). The higher the number of karats, the purer the gold is. In the case of gold jewelry sold in Jind, or anywhere in India, the most common form of gold is 22-karat gold, which is 91.6% pure gold.

Gold purity can be measure with variety of methods like X-ray fluorescence, fire assay, acid test and electronic testers
It's important for a consumer to buy gold from a reputed jeweller and check the hallmark, which is an official mark of purity issued by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), which guarantees that the gold jewellery meets a certain standard of purity.

Consumers are encouraged to check the Hallmark stamp on gold jewellery before purchase, to ensure that the jewellery is of the correct karatage and has been tested at a BIS-approved Hallmarking Centre.

FAQs of Gold price in Jind

How can I verify the authenticity of my gold?

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Which is better, 22-karat  or 24-karat gold?

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Is the price of gold the same across India?

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How does investing in gold work?

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