Lottery Sambad/Sambad Lottery Result: Dear Lottery Morning, Day, Evening/Night Live Ticket Draw on Sambad Lottery, Nagaland State Lottery Sambad Result Today.
Nagaland State Lottery Prize
|Rank||No. of Prizes||Prize Amount (in ₹)||Super Prize Amount (in ₹)|
Note: The Dear Evening Lottery price chart is shown above. There are 1, 579, 5800, 58000, 58000, and 580000 prizes total for the Dear Morning Lottery and 1, 259, 2600, 26000, 26000, and 260000 prizes total for the Dear Day Lottery, respectively. The cost is constant.
To provide the State Government with a consistent source of income, the Finance Department oversaw the establishment of Nagaland State Lotteries in the year 1972. Every day of the week, the Nagaland State Lottery is held at three distinct times of the day: morning, day, and evening. The lottery is held every day under a different name, and the prize money varies slightly, with the top prize being worth 1 crore (including Super Prize amount). Nagaland State runs three daily lotteries each costing six rupees per ticket: Dear Morning, Dear Day, and Dear Evening.
Nagaland Dear Lottery Timetable
|Day||1:00 PM||6:00 PM||8:00 PM|
|Monday||Dear Ganga Morning||Dear Sun||Dear Flamingo Evening|
|Tuesday||Dear Teesta Morning||Dear Moon||Dear Parrot Evening|
|Wednesday||Dear Torsa Morning||Dear Mercury||Dear Eagle Evening|
|Thursday||Dear Padma Morning||Dear Venus||Dear Falcon Evening|
|Friday||Dear Hooghly Morning||Dear Earth||Dear Vulture Evening|
|Saturday||Dear Kosai Morning||Dear Mars||Dear Ostrich Evening|
|Sunday||Dear Damodar Morning||Dear Jupiter||Dear Hawk Evening|
Dear Morning: Total Tickets 5.80 Crores to be printed in 42 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L series with Serial no. 00000 to 99999. Price of each ticket will be 6/-.
Dear Day: Total Tickets 2.80 Crores to be printed in 74 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L series with Serial no. 00000 to 99999. Price of each ticket will be 6/-.
Dear Evening: Total Tickets 7.00 Crores to be printed in 30 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L series followed by Serial no. 00000 to 99999. The price of each ticket will be ₹6/-.
In India, only 13 states have made running and participating in lotteries permissible, while the remaining states have outright banned the practice. One of the 13 Indian states, Nagaland has allowed lottery play and operations since 1967. Assam, Mizoram, Kerala, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, and Sikkim make up the remaining 12 states. The Lottery Sambad (also known as Lottery Sambad), Dhankesari, and Official Government Gazette all publish the results.
Important Information regarding Nagaland State Lottery
The Nagaland State Lottery is organized and organized by the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries, and it is held daily at P. R. Hill Junction in Kohima, 797001. If you are one of the fortunate winners, you must:
- Your ticket and a copy of the lottery claim form should be turned in.
- The ticket must be undamaged and complete.
- Along with the claim form, you must affix a government-issued picture ID and two passport-size photographs.
- Tickets that have been altered or defaced cannot be accepted.
Only the prize winners may receive payments from their respective distributors, stockists, agents, or sellers up to a value of Rs. 10,000 (Rupees ten thousand) from the State Government on behalf of the Distributor.
In order to receive a payment within 60 (sixty) days, all claims over 10,000 must be submitted to the Director of the Government of Nagaland or the Nodal Office in the relevant State within 30 (thirty) days of the draw date, along with the forms for claims in the prescribed format, the Original Prize Winning Ticket duly signed by the prize winner and other documents.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is lottery legal in India?
Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Assam, Mizoram, Kerala, Meghalaya, Manipur, Goa, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, and Sikkim are among the 13 Indian states where lotteries are permitted. Since West Bengal has the most participants of any Indian state, it also receives the most Lottery Sambad () awards.
Q. Who manages and organizes the lotteries?
Ans. The state government in each state oversees the lottery. For example, the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries oversees and organises the lottery in the state of Nagaland.
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