Gold and Silver Price in Nepal – Today’s Rate

gold and silver price in nepal

If you want to stay updated on Gold and Silver price in Nepal – bookmark this page. You will get the daily updated price of Gold and Silver on this page.

Here you can find Gold and Silver price for Gold Hallmark per tola, Gold Hallmark per 10 gram, Gold Tajabi per tola, Gold Tajabi per 10 gram, Silver per tola, and Silver per 10 gram.




Gold and Silver Price in Nepal – Today’s Rate



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You can also check the Gold and Silver price of prior days from the above interactive chart.

Who sets the Gold and Silver rate in Nepal?

The price of Gold and Silver in Nepal is dependent on the international market values of Gold and Silver; however, the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealer’s Association is the one that officially declared the Gold and Silver price in Nepal.

Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealer’s Association was formed to solve the problems arising while purchasing Gold and Silver jewelry in Nepal.



If you want to visit the official website of the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealer’s Association, here is the official website link. You can also find the historical price of Gold and Silver from their website.

What is the difference between Tejabi and Hallmark Gold?

The main difference between Tejabi and Hallmark Gold is its purity.

Tejabi Gold is also known as 22-Karat Gold, and its fineness is 91.67%, with an additional alloy consisting of 3% silver and 5.33% copper.

Hallmark Gold, also known as Chhapawal Gold in Nepal, is 24-Karat Gold. Its fineness is 99.99%.

Besides these, 14-Karat and 18-Karat Gold are also available in Nepal, which has a low consumption rate compared to 24-Karat and 22-Karat Gold.

Disclaimer

The Gold and Silver price displayed on our website is listed according to the price indicated in the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealer’s Association. Therefore, the above rates might slightly be changed in different cities of Nepal. We do not bear any liability for any financial loss due to the fluctuation of Gold and Silver rates.




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