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LPG Price in Rajasthan (22nd May 2019)

The LPG price in Rajasthan is mainly determined by the state-run oil companies and the same is subject to change on a monthly basis based on the global crude fuel rates. The rise in crude oil leads to a rise in the LPG rates in Rajasthan and vice-versa. LPG is a safe and colourless gas and hence its use has tremendously increased in the domestic and industrial sector. The government of India is currently providing domestic LPG Gas cylinder (14.2 kgs) in Rajasthan at subsidized rates to the low-income section of the society. The subsidy amount will be directly transferred to the customer’s bank account. Currently, the cooking gas in India is easily accessible to most of the people. The Domestic LPG cylinder price in Rajasthan (Jaipur) stands at Rs. 699.50.


City May 2019 Apr 2019
Ajmer ₹ 696.50 ₹ 690.90
Alwar ₹ 721.50 ₹ 715.80
Banswara ₹ 741 ₹ 735
Baran ₹ 724 ₹ 718.01
Barmer ₹ 736.50 ₹ 730.65
Bharatpur ₹ 720.50 ₹ 714.76
Bhilwara ₹ 718.50 ₹ 712.61
Bikaner ₹ 722 ₹ 716.27
Bundi ₹ 723.50 ₹ 717.94
Churu ₹ 739.50 ₹ 733.57
Dausa ₹ 719.50 ₹ 713.72
Dhaulpur ₹ 739 ₹ 733
Dungarpur ₹ 739.50 ₹ 733.50
Ganganagar ₹ 739.50 ₹ 733.50
Hanumangarh ₹ 741 ₹ 735.07
Jaipur ₹ 699.50 ₹ 693.94
Jaisalmer ₹ 733 ₹ 727.23
Jalor ₹ 849 ₹ 818.50
Jhalawar ₹ 723.50 ₹ 717.91
Jodhpur ₹ 715.50 ₹ 709.75
Karauli ₹ 719 ₹ 713.43
Kota ₹ 723.50 ₹ 717.91
Nagaur ₹ 706 ₹ 700.17
Pali ₹ 735.50 ₹ 729.93
Rajsamand ₹ 742.50 ₹ 736.59
Sawaimadhopur ₹ 720.50 ₹ 714.68
Sikar ₹ 721 ₹ 715.39
Sirohi ₹ 853 ₹ 822.50
Tonk ₹ 719 ₹ 713.43
Udaipur ₹ 740.50 ₹ 734.75

About Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana

The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana is a social welfare scheme with an intention to provide Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) connections to below poverty line (BPL) households across the country. The scheme is launched to stop the age-old method of using fire, charcoal, dung for cooking purpose. The Yojana aims to replace the unclean cooking fuels with LPG, a clean and natural source of fuel, across the rural and remote parts in India.

The programme is designed to provide 5 crore LPG connections in the name of women member in the BPL family in the country.

Objectives of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana

The objectives of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana are:

• To empower women and protect their health.
• To reduce the serious health hazards associated with cooking when fossil fuel is used.
• To prevent the young children in India from the significant number of acute respiratory illness caused due to indoor air pollution on burning the fossil fuel.
• To cut down on the number of deaths in India caused due to the use of unclean cooking fuel.

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