Big news on gold prices ahead of Diwali. In one shock, the price of gold has dropped a lot. Many buy gold before Diwali. So it is a golden opportunity for them to buy gold. According to the website of the Indian Bullion Jewelers Association, the price of gold per 10 grams today is Rs 60,772. But the price of this gold was much higher on the last trading day of last week. On that day i.e. today, Tuesday, the price of gold has decreased by 281 taka per ten grams.
Gold prices were at their highest on May 11. Compared to that day, the price of gold has decreased by Tk 813 on Tuesday. In other words, if you buy 10 grams of yellow metal, you will get less money. Selling less than 10 grams per rupee. Gold hit an all-time high on May 11, 2023. At that time, the price of gold rose to 61585 per ten grams.
Not only gold, but also the price of silver has fallen. Today the price of silver per kg is 71 thousand 286 taka. It was sold there on Monday at the rate of 72037 taka.
A few days later Dhanteras. Buying gold or any metal before that is considered auspicious. According to Puranas, Lord Dhanvantari emerged from the pot of nectar during the churning of the ocean. Hence Dhanteras festival is celebrated. Buying metal utensils on this day is very auspicious. Apart from this, buying gold, silver and broom is also considered auspicious.
Incidentally, gold became cheaper in the week before Dhanteras. Judging from the perspective of the last 7 days, it can be understood that the price of gold in Kolkata has decreased by 1100 rupees per 10 grams. There the price has increased by only 200 rupees. In other words, the price has decreased by 910 taka.
But before buying gold keep several things in mind. One of them is pure gold of 24 carats. But jewelry is not always made with this gold. Jewelery is made of 22 carat and 18 carat gold. And don’t forget to take the receipt while buying gold. No matter where you buy from, make sure that you have the original receipt from the store. Otherwise you may be in danger.