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Inflation: How much was a movie ticket and milk price at the time of independence? See

Inflation: How much was a movie ticket and milk price at the time of independence? See

August 4th 2022, 4:28 am
Amitesh Kumar

The whole country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of independence. It has been 75 years since the country got rid of the slavery of the British. On this occasion, we talk about the inflation of 1947. Also, the prices of some things show how much it was at that time and how much is there. It has been 75 years since this freedom. The whole country is celebrating the 75th Amrit Festival of independence for 75 years. On this occasion, we are going to tell you what was the level of inflation at the time when the country was independent.

In the 50s, the rate of inflation was close to 2 percent but between 1950 and 60, there was a huge ups and downs in inflation and between 1956-57, the inflation rate increased to 13.8%. But at the end of this decade, it improved a lot. Inflation came down to 3-7 percent.

, however, as the figure kept moving forward, the figure kept going up and down. Because in the tens of 70, India had to fight both China and Pakistan. Due to the war, inflation reached its top around 1965 and due to the war, the prices of things started touching the sky. However, around 1970, there was a decline in inflation again.

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In the year 1947, the price of everything used to come in money, money and coming. At that time, a coin of 1 rupee used to be in silver and the price of the rupee was 16 i.e. 64 paise and at that time the price of 1 dollar used to be equal to 1 rupee, but today there has been a huge difference in the dollar and rupee. At this time the price of one dollar is 79 rupees 32 paise.

It is also mentioned here that earning was also very low at that time. According to a report, in 1947, the per capita income of people of India was around Rs 150. On this occasion, we are going to tell you about the old and present prices of some things.

First of all we talk about what every household is needed. His name is milk. According to an information, in the year 1947, the price of milk was 12 paise per liter. Today, the price of milk is 50 to 60 rupees per liter.

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At number two we talk about gold i.e. gold. In 1947, the price of gold used to be Rs 88.62 per 10 grams. Today, the price of gold is around 52 thousand.

Apart from this, you must have gone to watch the film. So have you ever wondered what was the cost of a film ticket in 1947? If not, we are telling you. Actually, a movie ticket was available around 20 to 25 paise at that time. On the other hand, if we talk about today, movie tickets start getting 300 to 350 rupees. However, many times its prices keep decreasing according to time and place.

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