today petrol price in rajasthan
Today was the first day of the petrol price in Rajasthan. The price was Rs. 1.20 per litre (for the petrol that was available for sale) while the petrol price in Jaipur was Rs. 1.10 per litre.
The petrol price in Jaipur and Rajasthan, which is the main place for buying petrol in India, have been on a steady rise since the start of the current fiscal year. In Jaipur it has been at a whopping Rs. 1.70 per litre since last month while in Rajasthan it is at an Rs. 1.17 per litre per month.
For the last couple of years, petrol prices in India have been on a steady rise, with a noticeable bump at the beginning of the current fiscal year. In the month of February 2013, petrol in India was at Rs. 1.65 per litre while the petrol price in Jaipur was at Rs. 1.65 per litre and in Rajasthan it was at Rs. 1.70 per litre for the month of February 2013.
This is a great sign. India is one of the largest consumers of petrol in the world, and the last time prices were this high, petrol was around Rs. 2 in the city of Delhi and Rs. 2.50 in the city of Mumbai.
This is also a sign of a changing economy. In the last few years, global demand for oil has dropped dramatically, and even though India is still large, its economy is far smaller. This is also a sign that India’s economy is not as strong as it used to be (and that the country is heading in the wrong direction).
We have seen our petrol price rise since the start of the past couple of years for a much-anticipated movie. In the past few months, it has skyrocketed from Rs. 1.50 to Rs. 2 in the city of New Delhi and Rs. 3.90 in Mumbai. These prices are well below the previous benchmark of Rs. 1.50, but that’s just for my taste, and I’m not a fan of the petrol prices that have been quoted above.
It is very important to note that its the petrol price that is the cause of inflation, not the oil price. Also, the oil price hasn’t increased recently. As per this article, the petrol price has been around Rs. 1.10 per litre in India in the past few months. The hike in the price of petrol is due to rising food inflation and that is also not new.
It is true that petrol price is the cause of inflation, but so is high food inflation. In fact, the oil price is the only reason the rupee is going up. The food inflation in India is about 4.5% and in the last one year it has increased by 7%. So, the petrol price is not the only reason why the rupee is increasing.
The fact is that the rupee may have some of the highest inflation rate in the world. The rupee is also the currency of the world’s sixth largest economy, which means that there is always a lot of pressure to keep the price of the dollar at a certain level. The dollar is the currency of the world’s third largest economy, so there is always pressure to keep the price of the dollar at a certain level.
The rupee is currently at an all-time high of Rs. 35.65 per U.S. Dollar, and the highest inflation rate in the world is in India’s second largest economy. The rupee has dropped over the past few months, which means that the rupee has fallen on the price of the dollar, which means the dollar is being sold for less.