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    Gold has always been a significant part of Indian culture and tradition. It is not only considered as a symbol of wealth and prosperity but also holds immense sentimental value in the country. Recently, gold prices in Hyderabad and other Indian cities have reached historic highs, leaving many people wondering about the reasons behind this surge.

    The price of gold is determined by various factors such as global market trends, demand and supply, and economic conditions. In recent times, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the global economy, leading to a rise in gold prices. As a result of the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, investors have turned to gold as a safe haven asset, leading to an increase in demand and ultimately driving up the prices.

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    Another factor contributing to the rise in gold prices in India is the weakening of the Indian rupee against the US dollar. As gold is priced in dollars, a weaker rupee means that it takes more rupees to buy the same amount of gold. This has led to an increase in the price of gold in India.

    Furthermore, the festive season in India, which typically starts in August and goes on until November, has also contributed to the surge in gold prices. During this period, there is usually an increase in demand for gold as it is considered auspicious to buy gold during festivals such as Diwali and Dussehra.

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    Gold prices in Hyderabad and other Indian cities have reached historic highs with rates hovering around Rs. 50,000 per 10 grams. This has led to a surge in demand for gold coins and bars as well as jewellery. However, the high prices have also deterred some buyers who may be waiting for a dip in prices before making their purchase.

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    In conclusion, the rise in gold prices in Hyderabad and other Indian cities can be attributed to various factors such as global market trends, economic conditions, weakening of the Indian rupee, and the festive season. While the high prices have led to an increase in demand for gold, it remains to be seen how long this trend will continue and whether prices will stabilize or continue to rise.

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    Rajesh M
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