LPG Price in India (25th October 2021)

The price of LPG in India is determined by state-run oil companies and currently it is revised on a monthly basis. In India, LPG is mainly used for cooking and usually there is only one LPG connection in a family. LPG is also subsidized by the government to prevent illegal gas connections, only 1 connection per family is allowed. After the purchase of the cylinder, the subsidy amount is deposited directly into the bank account of the individuals. The subsidy amount changes every month and is dependent on changes in the prices of the average international benchmark LPG added with the foreign exchange rate.

Today's LPG price in Indian metro cities and state capitals

Check Today's LPG Price in all States and union territories of India

Condition for becoming eligible for receiving subsidy in bank account

To start receiving your LPG cylinder subsidy directly in your Bank Account you need to become Cash Transfer Compliant (CTC) customer. To become a CTC customer you need to take following 3 steps (all steps are necessary to become CTC customer and get your subsidy in Bank Account, please skip any step if already completed):
  • Obtain Aadhaar Letter or Aadhaar Number
  • Link your Aadhaar Number to your LPG Consumer Number
  • Link your Aadhaar Number to your Bank Account
  1. I. How to Obtain Aadhaar Letter or Aadhaar Number

    First enroll yourself by visiting your nearest Aadhaar enrollment center and get yourself enrolled. For the list of Aadhaar Enrollment Centers:

    a. Please visit website http://appointments.uidai.gov.in/easearch.aspx
    b. Visit your distributor to get the list of Aadhaar Enrolment centers in your district.

    You can obtain your Aadhaar Number in following 2 ways:

    • Aadhaar Letter reaches your Address via Post.
    • If you have Enrolment Id (EID) slip, you can generate your e‐Aadhaar after 15‐20 days of your enrolment by following 2 steps as detailed below. Please keep your Enrolment slip in your hand:
      • Step 1: Check your Aadhaar status at https://portal.uidai.gov.in/ResidentPortal/statusLink If the status is “Aadhaar Number Generated” then go to Step 2.
      • Step 2: To generate your e‐Aadhaar, click on this link and follow instructions. http://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/eDetails.aspx
    • your ARS sheet (you should send your ARS sheet to the respective companies’ delivery address of your district only):
      For IOCL / Indane: http://www.indane.co.in/letterprocedure.php

      For HPCL / HP Gas: http://www.hindustanpetroleum.com/Upload/En/UPdf/AAdhaarHP2.pdf
      For BPCL / Bharat Gas: http://www.ebharatgas.com/pages/images/IVRS_SMS_Add.pdf
  2. Call on toll free number 18002333555, inform the call center agent that you want to give your Aadhaar number and follow their instructions.
  3. Visit website https://rasf.uidai.gov.in Press the Start now button and follow the procedure
  4. Call your company’s number and follow IVR instructions. The list of numbers for each district can be found here:

    For IOCL / Indane: http://indane.co.in/sms_ivrs.php

    For HPCL / HP Gas: https://www.hindustanpetroleum.com/En/UI/hpanytime.aspx

    For BPCL / Bharat Gas: http://www.ebharatgas.com/pages/images/IVRS_SMS_Add.pdf

  5. Send following SMS from your Registered Mobile Number*:

    UID Aadhaar number

    You can send the SMS to following numbers:
    For BPC consumers: 57333 (All India)

            52725 (Vodafone, MTNL, Idea, Airtel & Tata users)

    For HPC / HP Gas consumers: Click on this link to know the number in your district

    https://www.hindustanpetroleum.com/En/UI/hpanytime.aspx

    For IOC consumers: Click on this link to know the number in your district
    http://indane.co.in/sms_ivrs.php