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Today Gold Rates In Delhi

25 Jan 2021

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22 Carat Gold

₹4622

(Per Gram)

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24 Carat Gold

₹4943

(Per Gram)

22 Carat & 24 Carat Gold Rates In Delhi Per Gram (INR)

TodayYesterdayChange(%)
22 Carat462246220.00%
24 Carat494349430.00%

Today 24 Carat Gold Price In Delhi (INR)

Gram24 Carat Gold Yesterday24 Carat Gold TodayDaily Price
1 GRAM494349430.00%
8 GRAM39544395440.00%
10 GRAM49430494300.00%
100 GRAM494300049430000.00%

Today 22 Carat Gold Price In Delhi (INR)

Gram22 Carat Gold Yesterday22 Carat Gold TodayDaily Price
1 GRAM462246220.00%
8 GRAM36976369760.00%
10 GRAM46220462200.00%
100 GRAM462200046220000.00%

22 & 24 Carat Gold Rates In Delhi for Last 90 Days

DateStandard Gold - 22 KPure Gold - 24 K
1 gram8 grams1 gram8 grams
2021-01-264,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-254,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-244,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-234,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-224,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-214,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-204,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-194,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-184,62236,9764,94339,544
2021-01-174,62036,9604,94139,528
2021-01-164,62436,9924,94539,560
2021-01-154,67137,3684,99639,968
2021-01-144,68437,4725,01040,080
2021-01-134,67537,4005,00040,000
2021-01-124,69137,5285,01740,136
2021-01-114,69037,5205,01640,128
2021-01-104,69037,5205,01640,128
2021-01-094,66637,3284,99139,928
2021-01-084,85438,8325,19141,528
2021-01-074,82938,6325,16541,320
2021-01-064,93439,4725,27742,216
2021-01-054,90439,2325,24541,960
2021-01-044,79638,3685,12941,032
2021-01-034,79638,3685,12941,032
2021-01-024,79638,3685,12941,032
2021-01-014,78138,2485,11340,904
2020-12-314,78438,2725,11740,936
2020-12-304,76838,1445,09940,792
2020-12-294,76838,1445,10040,800
2020-12-284,76538,1205,09640,768
2020-12-274,76238,0965,09340,744
2020-12-264,76238,0965,09340,744
2020-12-254,77738,2165,10940,872
2020-12-244,77838,2245,11040,880
2020-12-234,75938,0725,09040,720
2020-12-224,79738,3765,13141,048
2020-12-214,78638,2885,11940,952
2020-12-204,78638,2885,11940,952
2020-12-194,78438,2725,11740,936
2020-12-184,78738,2965,12040,960
2020-12-174,72337,7845,05140,408
2020-12-164,70437,6325,03140,248
2020-12-154,65137,2084,97439,792
2020-12-144,68937,5125,01540,120
2020-12-134,68937,5125,01540,120
2020-12-124,69037,5205,01640,128
2020-12-114,67337,3844,99839,984
2020-12-104,66537,3204,98939,912
2020-12-094,76938,1525,10140,808
2020-12-084,75038,0005,08040,640
2020-12-074,69237,5365,01840,144
2020-12-064,69237,5365,01840,144
2020-12-054,67937,4325,00540,040
2020-12-044,69137,5285,01740,136
2020-12-034,65937,2724,98239,856
2020-12-024,60936,8724,92939,432
2020-12-014,55236,4164,86838,944
2020-11-304,52636,2084,84138,728
2020-11-034,72337,7885,05240,415
2020-11-024,69137,5295,01740,138
2020-11-014,69537,5625,02240,173
2020-10-314,69637,5685,02340,180
2020-10-304,65837,2654,98239,855
2020-10-294,66637,3274,99039,922
2020-10-284,71737,7365,04540,359
2020-10-274,71537,7215,04340,343
2020-10-264,70337,6215,03040,236
2020-10-254,70337,6215,03040,236
2020-10-244,70637,6455,03340,262
2020-10-234,69937,5905,02540,203
2020-10-224,74237,9405,07240,577
2020-10-214,70037,6035,02740,218
2020-10-204,67637,4095,00140,010
2020-10-194,67237,3744,99739,972
2020-10-184,67237,3744,99739,972
2020-10-174,68137,4445,00640,047
2020-10-164,68837,5035,01440,110
2020-10-154,67237,3724,99639,970
2020-10-144,65837,2644,98239,854
2020-10-134,72137,7715,05040,397
2020-10-124,71737,7355,04540,358
2020-10-114,71737,7355,04540,358
2020-10-104,71237,6945,03940,315
2020-10-094,64837,1814,97139,766
2020-10-084,63237,0544,95439,630
2020-10-074,67637,4125,00240,013
2020-10-064,68737,4975,01340,104
2020-10-054,66537,3204,98939,914
2020-10-044,66537,3204,98939,914
2020-10-034,67137,3704,99639,967
2020-10-024,68637,4865,01240,092
2020-10-014,65837,2624,98239,852
2020-09-304,68337,4625,00840,067
2020-09-294,64937,1904,97239,776
2020-09-284,59436,7554,91439,310
2020-09-274,59436,7554,91439,310
2020-09-264,60536,8384,92539,399
2020-09-254,60236,8144,92239,373
2020-09-244,59436,7494,91339,304
2020-09-234,68937,5165,01540,124
2020-09-224,72737,8155,05540,443
2020-09-214,80138,4105,13541,080
2020-09-204,80838,4675,14341,141
2020-09-194,80838,4675,14341,141
2020-09-184,80138,4085,13541,078
2020-09-174,80638,4505,14041,123
2020-09-164,82338,5835,15841,265
2020-09-154,82138,5715,15741,252
2020-09-144,79238,3365,12541,001
2020-09-134,77538,2015,10740,856
2020-09-124,77538,2015,10740,856
2020-09-114,79138,3275,12440,992
2020-09-104,77838,2265,11040,884
2020-09-094,76338,1065,09440,755
2020-09-084,74537,9625,07540,601
2020-09-074,76138,0885,09240,736
2020-09-064,74337,9465,07340,584
2020-09-054,74337,9465,07340,584
2020-09-044,76838,1425,09940,794
2020-09-034,77538,2015,10740,856
2020-09-024,80938,4735,14341,148
2020-09-014,85638,8515,19441,552
2020-08-314,83038,6415,16641,327
2020-08-304,81238,4965,14741,173
2020-08-294,81238,4965,14741,173
2020-08-284,78338,2665,11640,926
2020-08-274,83538,6815,17141,371
2020-08-264,79738,3735,13041,040
2020-08-254,80638,4465,14041,119
2020-08-244,85538,8445,19341,544
2020-08-234,86938,9525,20741,659
2020-08-224,86938,9525,20741,659
2020-08-214,88139,0495,22141,764
2020-08-204,87939,0305,21841,744
2020-08-194,98639,8885,33342,661
2020-08-184,96839,7465,31442,510
2020-08-174,86238,8935,20041,597
2020-08-164,87438,9955,21341,705
2020-08-154,87438,9955,21341,705
2020-08-144,89439,1495,23441,871
2020-08-134,85138,8095,18841,507
2020-08-124,72837,8245,05640,448
2020-08-115,06940,5525,42143,371
2020-08-105,10340,8215,45743,659
2020-08-095,11440,9115,46943,756
2020-08-085,11440,9125,46943,756
2020-08-075,18941,5115,55044,397
2020-08-065,11440,9155,47043,759
2020-08-055,06840,5435,42043,362
2020-08-044,97139,7705,31742,535
2020-08-034,94739,5745,29142,325
2020-08-024,95839,6655,30342,422
2020-08-014,95839,6655,30342,422
2020-07-314,92139,3665,26342,102
2020-07-304,92039,3625,26242,099
2020-07-294,90839,2675,25041,997
2020-07-284,93739,4935,28042,239
2020-07-274,77338,1825,10440,836
2020-07-264,75938,0735,09040,719
2020-07-254,75938,0735,09040,719
2020-07-244,73537,8795,06440,512
2020-07-234,66637,3264,99039,921
2020-07-224,63737,0954,95939,674
2020-07-214,54936,3904,86538,920
2020-07-194,54036,3234,85638,848
2020-07-184,54036,3234,85638,848
2020-07-174,52636,2114,84138,729
2020-07-164,55836,4644,87538,999
2020-07-154,55536,4374,87138,970
2020-07-144,54136,3264,85638,851
2020-07-134,53236,2534,84738,773
2020-07-124,53136,2494,84638,769
2020-07-114,52936,2324,84438,750
2020-07-104,53436,2724,84938,794
2020-07-094,54736,3794,86338,908
2020-07-084,50336,0244,81638,529
2020-07-074,46335,7004,77338,182
2020-07-064,44135,5274,75037,997
2020-07-054,44035,5224,74937,991
2020-07-044,44035,5224,74937,991

Since it was discovered, gold has been valued for its uses in making jewelry, art, and money. In its pure form, gold has a deep yellow color and is incredibly soft, supple and ductile. Culturally, it is often associated with wealth and is a status symbol. Gold is incredibly resistant to corrosion, rust, and decay, and is resistant to bacteria. For that reason, coupled with its rarity, it is used as the standard against which we measure the value of money.

No single precious commodity on earth has had such a huge influence on the course of human history and the shaping of society, culture and science as gold. The allure of gold and the yearning to own it dates back as far as the beginning of mankind itself. From time immemorial, gold has been one of the most popular investment instruments for Indians. Even with rising prices, gold is viewed as a safe mode for investment

Measurement of gold

The purity of gold is measured in karats, whereas the weight of gold is measured in troy ounces (1 troy ounce = 31.1034768 grams).

What is a karat?

A karat is used to denote the purity of gold. 24-karat gold is pure gold, but it is extremely malleable. Hence, it is mixed with a metal like copper or silver to make jewelry. One karat is equal to 1/24th of the whole. So, if a piece of gold is marked 18-karat, it means that it is made of 18 parts gold and 6 parts copper.

24 karat is 99.9% of gold while 22 karat is 91.6% is pure. That is why the price of 24 karat gold is higher than 22 karat gold.

Following is the fineness scale which is used while defining the purity of gold:

24 K = 99.9% Pure

22 K = 91.6% Pure

18 K = 75% Pure

14 K = 58.5% Pure

10 K = 41.7% Pure

Fun fact: Due to the demand for gold, fake gold medals and coins are in abundance. Real gold will always have a hallmark stamped on it, which proves that it has been tested. A hallmark shows the carat (how pure the gold is), the maker of the gold, and which authority tested the gold. When it comes to old gold, the hallmark can help to understand its history.

Factors That Determine Gold Prices in Delhi

While the demand for gold has a role to play in its fluctuating price, there are several other factors that determine the price of gold. Following is an overview of some of the factors that affect the price of gold in Delhi:

Gold moves with other commodity prices and global growth

Gold is correlated to other commodity prices. In particular, it is closely linked to crude oil and copper. Gold appreciates with trade and growth "imbalances" against the United States. Gold typically rises in price with economic improvements in emerging markets and/or Europe when the U.S. cannot cope with this pace.

Industrial and Commercial demand

India and China are some of the largest consumers for gold jewelry. When the demand for jewelry increases and the supply is restricted, the price of gold automatically increases. As soon as the demand for gold decreases, the price of gold also depreciates. This is based on the supply-demand principle.

Value of the US dollar

Since gold is priced in U.S. dollars, the value of the dollar largely impacts the price of gold. A falling dollar pushes up gold prices and vice versa. Conversely, a strengthening U.S. dollar (that often comes about because of a growing U.S. economy) pushes down gold prices. Note that gold and the U.S. dollar have an inverse relationship. When the US dollar is strong, investors invest in the currency rather than in the precious metal.

Central Banks

The central banks of various countries control the money supply, oversee monetary policy and currency, set interest rates and attempt to manage inflation. Central Banks also buy gold, largely because it acts as a hedge against the US dollar (gold and the US dollar have an inverse relationship). Holding physical gold also strengthens a nation’s currency. This affects gold prices.

Supply and Demand

Simple supply-and-demand can influence physical gold prices. As with any product, increased demand along with a low supply causes the price to go up. Conversely, an overabundance of a product or service coupled with a feeble demand can cause the price to spiral down. The same principle applies to gold. Traditionally, there is a surge in gold demand during festive seasons, leading to a rise in gold prices.

Inflation

When inflation rises, the value of the currency goes down and therefore people invest in gold in order to hedge themselves from falling currency value. Hence, during times of inflation, especially over a longer period, gold becomes a valuable tool to hedge against economic uncertainties.

Interest rates

Gold prices rise with falling interest rates. Fixed deposit funds are the most important driver of financial markets. Therefore, gold prices fall when such investment instruments become more attractive compared to gold. In times of high-interest rates, the gold price is weak and vice versa. When fixed deposit interest rates rise, naturally, investors would want to invest in investment instruments that yield a fixed return. This is unlike gold which does not guarantee a fixed return. So, demand takes a back seat with prices falling.

Seasonal demand 

Seasonal demand pushes the gold price higher. Again, this is related to the supply and demand principle. Traditionally, in India, the demand for gold rises during auspicious festivals, thereby pushing up the price of gold in Delhi.

Apart from the above-mentioned factors, when demand for gold increases in the international market, the price of gold naturally increases in Delhi too. It is important to note that gold prices can also vary across different states in India. This is due to the transportation cost associated with gold. Again, demand and supply influence the price of domestic gold.

Buy gold in Delhi

Gold is one of the most sought-after commodities in India, especially during festive seasons, when jewelers announce discounts and sales. Gold holds an important part in Indian culture, which is why it is much sought after.

Commonly, gold is bought as a form of investment due to its ever-increasing price. Following are some of the factors to keep in mind if you're looking to buy gold in Delhi.

The purity of gold: The first thing to keep in mind is the purity—measured in karats—of gold. 24 karat is 99.9% of pure gold while 22 karat is 91.6% pure. Following is the fineness scale which is used while defining the purity of gold:

24 K = 99.9% Pure

22 K = 91.6% Pure

18 K = 75% Pure

14 K = 58.5% Pure

10 K = 41.7% Pure

When you buy gold jewelry, always check for its purity. 

Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) hallmark: The easiest way to check for the purity of gold is to look for hallmarking. A hallmarked piece of jewelry can be trusted for its authenticity and purity. This certification helps in identifying the correct value of the jewelry. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is recognized by the Government of India as the sole accreditation agency to certify gold. It is always advisable for a buyer to purchase hallmarked jewelry to avoid getting duped.

Check the price of Gold: India is one of the largest importers of gold in the world. All gold supplies are imported from overseas. This means the price of gold in Delhi is greatly influenced by the international market and currency fluctuations. Before buying gold, always check the per gram price on a reputed website like CreditMantri. It is important to note that the price of gold fluctuates on a daily basis.

Disclaimer: The information on the prices of the gold rate is merely indicative and is susceptible to change with market value and is provided on an as-is basis. The information contained here is not intended as investment advice. CreditMantri is in no way responsible for any loss arising from the use of data contained on this website.

Frequently Asked Questions: Gold Rates in Delhi Today

1. What is gold hallmark?

Gold hallmarks show the purity of gold in a piece of gold jewelry. It includes the mark of the assaying office that certified the purity as well as the fineness or karatage of the gold.

2. What is the difference between 22K and 24K gold jewelry?

The “K” stands for karat, which represents the purity of gold. Because pure gold is very malleable, goldsmiths mix it with other metals like silver or copper to make it more durable and harder. The higher the karat number, the higher the percentage of pure gold in the jewelry. The higher the karat, the higher the cost.

3. Which gold is better to buy, 22 karats or 24 karats?

24 K is the purest form of gold. 24 K is expensive than 22 K gold, as well as extremely pliable. Hence, if you are buying gold jewelry, 22 K is preferred by many as it lasts longer for jewelry.

4. Where can I get a regular update on gold rates in Delhi?

You can check online portals such as CreditMantri for the latest gold prices in Delhi.

5. Is gold toxic?

Although gold is a dense metal, it is generally non-toxic. Gold sheets are used in food decorations and can be consumed safely.

6. Why do gold prices in Delhi differ from other cities?

Gold is a precious commodity in Delhi that is imported from overseas. Cities that have ports have the chance of accessing gold much quicker. Due to the number of logistics involved, gold prices may vary from state to state and in different cities.

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