Gold Rate Today 11 April: As soon as the wedding season starts, the luster of gold and silver has started increasing. On Monday, 24-carat pure gold opened above 52000 in the bullion markets. Whereas silver has crossed 67000. However, gold has become cheaper by just Rs 3969 from Rs 56254 per 10 grams. On the other hand, silver is cheaper by just Rs 8937 per kg from two-year high.

The best selling 18 carat gold is now priced at Rs 39,118. It will cost Rs 40291 per 10 grams with 3% GST. At the same time, the price of 14 carat gold has gone up to Rs 30,512 per 10 grams. With GST, it will be Rs 31,427 per 10 grams.

According to the spot price released by the India Bullion Association, 24-carat pure gold rose by Rs 318 to Rs 52,157 per 10 grams in the bullion market today. If 3% GST is added to this, then it will be around Rs 53,721.

If we talk about 23 carat gold, then today it opened at Rs 51948 per 10 grams. On this also 3% GST will be charged separately i.e. you will get Rs 53506 per 10 grams. At the same time, 22 carat gold opened at Rs 47,776 per 10 grams. It will cost Rs 49206 with 3% GST. The making charges and jewelers’ profit on the jewelery made from it vary.