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Gold Rate/Price in Andhra Pradesh Today

Gold Buying Price Today Andhra Pradesh - Find Andhra Pradesh Gold Selling and Buying Price Today include 1gm gold rate, 8gram gold rate, 22 carat gold and 24 carat gold at liccalculatorpremium.com.

Date
Standard Gold (22 K)
Pure Gold (24 K)
1 gram
8 grams
1 gram
8 grams
15 Oct 2017
₹ 2,860
₹ 22,880
₹ 3,059
₹ 24,472
14 Oct 2017
₹ 2,860
₹ 22,880
₹ 3,059
₹ 24,472
13 Oct 2017
₹ 2,838
₹ 22,704
₹ 3,035
₹ 24,280
12 Oct 2017
₹ 2,845
₹ 22,760
₹ 2,842
₹ 22,736
11 Oct 2017
₹ 2,836
₹ 22,688
₹ 3,033
₹ 24,264
10 Oct 2017
₹ 2,836
₹ 22,688
₹ 3,033
₹ 24,264
09 Oct 2017
₹ 2,830
₹ 22,640
₹ 3,027
₹ 24,216
08 Oct 2017
₹ 2,821
₹ 22,568
₹ 3,017
₹ 24,136
07 Oct 2017
₹ 2,821
₹ 22,568
₹ 3,017
₹ 24,136
06 Oct 2017
₹ 2,801
₹ 22,408
₹ 2,997
₹ 23,976

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Gold rate in Andhra Pradesh depends on several factors including its extensive use - from decking up idols during auspicious festivals (including religious processions common in this part of the country) and intricate bridal jewellery to gold bars and biscuits, to name a few. Andhra Pradesh is one of the largest producers of gold in the country. According to a detailed mapping by the Geological Survey of India in the recent past, Andhra Pradesh has around 7 million tonnes of ore. Significantly, Andhra Pradesh has one of the only three gold fields of the country, namely, the Ramgiri Gold Field in Anantpur district. Other areas with gold deposits include Bisanattam and Palachchur in Chittoor district in addition to Jonnagiri in Kumool district.

Owing to age-old traditions, diverse communities cutting across age barriers, buy gold in the state throughout the year. However, there is a marked rush for gold during Akshaya Tritiya (considered one of the most auspicious days of the year) when jewellers offer attractive discounts and free gifts to boost sales. There are long queues outside jewellery malls during Diwali festivities as well. The commercial tax department regularly cracks down on bullion traders, who try to evade the 1% value added tax (VAT) on sale of the yellow metal.