Bharat Gas Price

Bharatgas has introduced innovative offers on LPG gas to their customers. Today, they serve more than 30 million households in India. To cater to the needs of the public, they have more than 49 modern filling plants which are used to bottle Bharatgas cylinders.

You can now pick up your cooking fuel in a mini 5 kg cylinder. Simply provide a proof of identity (preferably Aadhaar card) along with the application and relevant fees, and you can have a convenient 5 kg cylinder of Bharatgas.

Bharat Gas New Connection Tariff and Charges - 18 Feb 2020

Please note that the prices mentioned below is updated from 01 September 2018.

City Name LPG Packed -(14.2 Kgs) Cylinder - Non Subsidized LPG Packed -(14.2 Kgs) Cylinder - Subsidized
MUMBAI 795.00 497.36
DELHI 820.00 499.51
CHENNAI 838.50 488.01
KOLKATA 849.00 502.79

Security Deposit Charges for Bharat Gas

When you buy a domestic Bharat Gas cylinder, you will be required to make the following security deposit:

Type of Equipment Security Deposit Amount
Pressure Regulator (For all places in India except the North Eastern states) Rs.150
Security deposit charges for Pressure Regulator for North Eastern States Rs.100
Deposit for 5 kg Cylinder (For all places in India except the North Eastern states) Rs.350
Deposit for 14.2 kg Cylinder (For all places in India except the North Eastern states) Rs.1,450
Deposit for 14.2 kg Cylinder for 7 North Eastern States Rs.1,150
19 kg Cylinder Security Deposit Rs.1,700
LOT Valve Rs.1,500
19 kg Cylinder with LOT Valve Rs.3,200
35 kg Cylinder Rs.3,400
47.5 kg Cylinder Rs.4,300
47.5 kg Cylinder LOT Valve Rs.5,800

Service Charges for Bharat Gas

Type of Service Charges
Cash and Carry Rebate Rs.18.50
Inspection charges for inspection of LPG stove or Hotplate while getting a new connection/ Compulsory domestic gas installation inspection/Hotplate or LPG Stove servicing/Charges for mechanic visit for any reason other than leakage issues* 1 Burner- Rs.100 2 Burner- Rs.150 3 Burner- Rs. 200 4 Burner- Rs.250 Cooking Hobs/Auto Ignition stove- Rs.300
Mechanic visits charges for leakage issues Nil
Termination Voucher Equipment collection charges(Applicable if requested by the customer from the customer’s premises) Rs.100
Charges to issue a DGCC Book Rs.50
Installation and Demonstration charges for SBC or DBC new connections Rs.100
NC/DBC/TV/TA documentation or administration charges Rs.75

*Please note that rates depend upon the number of burners present in your LPG stove.

5 KG FTL Cylinders Price: March -16

The Bharatgas new connection charges, LPG cylinder price, regulator price and cylinder refill charges for the various regions are as follows:

  • Northern Region:
CITY Chandigarh Delhi Gurgaon Faridabad Jaipur
Price of Cylinder incl. of VAT 918.00 840.00 897.00 897.00 916.00
Price of Regulator incl. of VAT 172.13 168.75 170.00 170.00 171.75
RSP of 5 kg cyl 288.50 261.00 284.50 261.00 286.50
Cost of Suraksha Tube 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00
Documentation Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Delivery Charges * 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total cost of New Connection (In Rupees) 1615.50 1614.50 1500.00 1605.00 1512.25
Cost of Refill 306.00 305.00 282.50 302.00 280.50
Delivery Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total Refill Cost 331.00 330.00 307.50 327.00 305.50
  • Eastern Region:
CITY Bhubaneswar Cuttack Durgapur Jamshedpur Kolkata
Price of Cylinder incl. of VAT 916.00 916.00 840.00 912.00 840.00
Price of DPR incl. of VAT 173.50 173.50 157.50 171.00 171.75
RSP of 5 kg cyl 306.00 305.00 282.50 302.00 280.50
Cost of Suraksha Tube 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00
Documentation Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Delivery Charges * 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total cost of New Connection 1615.50 1614.50 1500.00 1605.00 1512.25
Cost of Refill 306.00 305.00 282.50 302.00 280.50
Delivery Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total Refill Cost 331.00 330.00 307.50 327.00 305.50
  • Western Region:
CITY Ahmedabad Goa Indore Mumbai Nashik Pune - WML Pune – OML Pune - Pimpri
Price of Cylinder incl. of VAT 920.00 900.00 912.00 900.00 900.00 900.00 900.00 900.00
Price of DPR incl. of VAT 168.75 168.75 171.00 168.75 168.75 168.75 168.75 168.75
RSP of 5 kg cyl 283.00 286.00 302.50 276.00 289.50 290.50 283.50 290.50
Cost of Suraksha Tube 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00 170.00
Documentation Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Delivery Charges * 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total cost of New Connection 1591.75 1574.75 1605.50 1564.75 1578.25 1579.25 1572.25 1579.25
Cost of Refill 283.00 286.00 302.50 276.00 289.50 290.50 283.50 290.50
Delivery Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total Refill Cost 308.00 311.00 327.50 301.00 314.50 315.50 308.50 315.50
  • Southern Region:
CITY Bangalore Chennai Coimbatore Hyderabad Kochi Mysore Mangalore
Price of Cylinder incl. of VAT 916 916 916 916 916 916 916
Price of DPR incl. of VAT 171.75 171.75 171.75 171.75 171.75 171.75 171.75
RSP of 5 kg cyl 294 306 297.5 307 282.38 290.5 278
Cost of Suraksha Tube 170 170 170 170 170 170 170
Documentation Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Delivery Charges * 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total cost of a New Connection 1601.75 1613.75 1605.25 1600.5 1590.13 1598.25 1585.75
Cost of Refill 294 306 297.5 307 282.38 290.5 278
Delivery Charges 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00
Total Refill Cost 319 331 322.5 332 307.38 315.5 303

Note: * Delivery Charges are applicable for Dial-a-Mini cylinders.

GST and Its Effect on Gas

The implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) has changed the prices of all the goods and services we avail within our country.

Instead of charging multiple taxes like excise duty, additional customs duty, surcharges, service tax, and other such charges, the government will now charge a single tax, which is the GST. Apart from GST, all other charges and levies will not be applicable on goods and services.

The new GST rule has an effect on almost all industries. The most spoken about effect of the GST rule is the increase in gas prices. According to the new GST taxation structure, domestic gas prices has increased and commercial gas prices have reduced.

GST Tax Structure

The new GST rule has changed the existing tax structure upside down. According to the new rule, there are five different tax rates that will be charged on goods and services in India. The tax rates are classified under 0%, 5%, 12%, 18%, and 28% GST.

GST Effect on Domestic Bharat Gas Cylinders in India

GST has increased the price of cooking gas in India. For more details on the effect of GST on LPG, read on.

  • There is an increase of Rs.32 per cylinder on domestic LPG prices in India after the GST rule was implemented.
  • It is also noteworthy that this is the most steepest hike in domestic gas prices in India. The last time time that such an increase was noted was on 25 June 2011, when the price of domestic subsidised LPG rose by Rs.50 due to the increase in oil prices internationally.
  • Only 12 subsidised LPG cylinders will be given to each household in one year. After using the 12 subsidised cylinders, customers will be asked to pay the market price of the cylinder. After exhausting the quota, from the 13th cylinder onwards, customers will be required to pay 18% GST on every additional cylinder purchased within that year.
  • Services like gas inspection, installation, and other such mandatory charges will also attract 18% GST going forward.
  • States that were not charging tax on domestic gas cylinders will also fall under the GST rule. These states will witness an increase on domestic LPG cylinders by Rs.12 to Rs.15 per cylinder.

How to Get Bharat Gas New Connection?

New connections are available on demand in most parts of India. You will have to register your request online and get a registration number. You can also track your registration online.

If you cannot register online for any reason, you can go to the nearest Bharat gas distributor along with identity and address proof and fill out the KYC form. The distributor will then register your name and you will be given a registration reference number.

Documents Required for Applying for a New Connection

The following documents will be accepted as proof of identity:

  • Passport number
  • Aadhar number
  • PAN card number
  • Voter ID Card
  • ID card issued by State or Central government
  • Driving license

The following documents will be accepted as address proof:

  • Driving license
  • Aadhar number
  • Voter ID Card
  • Passport number
  • LIC policy
  • Ration card
  • Lease agreement
  • Telephone, water, or electricity bill
  • Flat allotment
  • House registration document
  • Bank or credit card statement
  • Self-declaration attested by a Gazetted Officer

Bharatgas Customer Care Number 24x7

You can order Bharatgas by calling 1800-22-4344. The cylinder will get delivered in two hours for a nominal cost of Rs.25. You can order the cylinder by calling the toll free number. Deliveries will be made from 9am to 9pm. The refill will be delivered in 2 hours. This service is available in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bangalore, Faridabad, Hyderabad, Gurgaon, Pune, and Mumbai.

*Please note that all promotions, amounts, rewards, tenures, repayment requirements, time frames, interest rates, other rates, charges, fees, ceilings, requirements, criteria, features, benefits, exclusions, calculations, ratios, averages, ratings, services provided, terms and conditions mentioned above are as of November, 2016, and are subject to change at any time. All banks / NBFCs / insurance providers / financial service providers / companies, etc. mentioned above retain all rights to modify, replace, or add to or subtract from any of the above, in any way, at any time, and at their own discretion. You are requested to reconfirm the same with your chosen bank / company / NBFC / insurance provider / financial service provider, etc. before making any financial commitments.

FAQs on Bharat Gas Connection Price

  1. What are the documents that I will receive after I get a new Bharatgas connection?

    The following are the important documents you’ll receive once you get a new Bharatgas connection:

    • Subscription voucher that will be issued when you make the security deposit
    • Domestic consumer gas card booklet
    • LPG safety book
  2. What are the ways I can get a new Bharatgas LPG connection?
    • Visit the nearest authorised LPG distributor
    • Visit the official Bharatgas website and get a new connection online
  3. What are the parts of the gas cylinder I need to check in a new connection?

    Some of the parts of your new gas connection are:

    • An LPG cylinder with an auto self-closing valve
    • A pressure regulator
    • A gas stove
    • Rubber tube
  4. How to apply for Bharatgas online?

    Visit Bharatgas official website and enter all your details. You will then be asked to submit an Identity proof and proof of address, please scan and upload these documents. After the registration process, you will be allowed to make a payment online and get a new LPG connection.

  5. Does Bharatgas have a customer care department?

    Yes. You can reach Bharatgas customer service department at 1800-22-4344.


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  • Government to provide low cost LPGs to flood affected Kerala

    The central government has decided to provide low cost LPGs to Kerala in the wake of the devastating floods that hit the state recently. The proposal to provide low cost LPGs was approved by the Petroleum minister for the central government, Dharmendra Pradhan. The request to get the LPGs at low rates was made by the state tourism minister, KJ Alphons. As per the new arrangements, the households below poverty line will be provided the LPGs at Rs.200 whereas the other consumers will be able to buy the LPGs at Rs.1200. Currently the regular price of an LPG connection is Rs.1400.

    5 September 2018

  • LPG Prices Increase again in Delhi

    Indian Oil Corporation Limited, the largest Oil Marketing Company in the country has said that non-subsidised price for LPG are set to increase by Rs.35.50 for every cylinder in the month of August as compared to its previous price. As far increase in the subsidised LPG prices are concerned, the increase is a miserly Rs. 1.76 per cylinder. IOCL supplies LPG under the Indane Gas brand. Presently the subsidised rate for a 14.2 kg LPG cylinder is Rs.496.26 and the non-subsidised price is Rs.754 for the residents of Delhi.

    When asked the reason for increase in both subsidised and non-subsidised prices, IOCL said that the increasing prices for LPG in the international market coupled with foreign exchange fluctuations. From August, the subsidised and non-subsidised prices for 14.2 kg cylinders will be Rs.498.02 and Rs.789.50 respectively. This is not the first time the LPG prices for the 14.2 kg cylinder have increased with prices in July increasing by Rs.2.71 and Rs. 55.50 for the subsidised and non-subsidised cylinders.

    Trying to counter the increase in LPG prices, the government has also increased the subsidy amount by Rs. 32.74 from the month of July which brings the current subsidy amount to Rs. 291.48. Each household is currently allowed 12 subsidised cylinders in total. The subsidy amount provided by the government is subject to fluctuations in the LPG prices in the international market.

    16 August 2018

  • Subsidised cooking gas price hiked by the government

    The government has hiked the subsidised cooking gas price by Rs.2.71. The rise in the price of cooking gas is due to the increase in international prices in addition to the fall in the value of rupee. As per Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the new rates have come into effect from Saturday midnight. The changes in the oil prices vary every month according to average benchmark and foreign exchange rate.

    In a statement released by the government concerning the price hike, it was mentioned that the rise is mainly due to the Goods and Service Tax (GST) which will be applicable to non-subsidised LPGs. The difference in cost after the most recent price hike is Rs.55.50 in the national capital. For subsidised LPGs, Rs.52.79 is being compensated by the government and the leftover amount i.e. Rs.2.71 is to be paid by the consumer. With the increase in subsidy, the government has compensated for the increase in price of LPG although each consumer is allowed to buy only 12 cylinders at the subsidised price in a year.

    23 July 2018

  • LPG Cylinders Prices See a Hike Again

    After petrol and diesel saw a hike in the prices, the price of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) in both subsidised and non-subsidised category have seen a rise as well. The price of LPG for the subsidised category has increased by Rs. 2 while the for the non-subsidised category, the hike is Rs.48. After the LPG price hike, the price of LPG cylinders in Delhi is Rs. 493.55, while that of non-subsidised cylinder is Rs. 698.50.

    In Kolkata, an LPG cylinder for subsidised category can now be bought at Rs.496.65 while the non-subsidised price for an LPG cylinder is Rs.723.50. The price in Chennai for a subsidised and non-subsidised LPG cylinder is Rs.481.84 and Rs.712.50 respectively. The price in the commercial capital Mumbai for a subsidised and non-subsidised LPG cylinder is Rs.491.31 and Rs.671.50 respectively. The subsidised and non-subsidised prices for LPG cylinders in the four metros had been reduced five times in 2018 for the 14.2 kg cylinder category alone but an increase in the fuel prices have seen a rise in the LPG prices as well.

    25 June 2018

  • LPG gets more expensive

    The price of LPG cylinders will be more due to GST and not just this, customers will also lose out a chunk on their subsidy amount, which will also be reduced.

    Customers will have to pay Rs.32 more for gas cylinders and there has also been a reduction in the subsidy amount entitled to those eligible.

    Not just this, subscribers will have to pay extra money towards inspection and installation costs. The GST rate for gas cylinders in 18%. The price of LPG is likely to increase across the country by at least Rs12 to 15. The government has already been increasing the price of gas cylinders in the last couple of months.

    3 July 2017

  • Price of Non-Subsidized LPG Cylinders Increased By Rs.86

    The price of a non-subsidized cooking Liquified Petroleum Gas cylinder was hiked by Rs.86, a reflection of international trends. Non-subsidized LPG cylinders, purchased by those who have given up their subsidies or have completed their quota of 12 cylinders of 14.2 kg cylinder in a year that is below the market price will currently cost Rs.737.50. These cylinders were priced at Rs.651.50 for a 14.2kg cylinder, according to oil-companies that are state owned. This hike is the steepest in history have been on an upswing since the month of October last year. The price of a non-subsidized LPG cylinder has risen by 58% in 6 installments.

    Price of subsidized cooking gas also been increased by oil firms by 13 paise which follows a 9 paise increase that was put into effect from the 1st of February. Price of aviation turbine fuel or ATF was also increased by Rs.214 per kilolitre to Rs.54,293.38 kilolitre. Oil firms usually revise rates of ATF along with cooking gas on the 1st of each month based on foreign exchange rate and oil price in the previous month.

    As per an official statement, the increase in these non-subsidized LPG rates were due to a rise in global LPG product prices. But it was also said that there is no change in the price of subsidized refills.

    13 March 2017

  • Hike in Prices of Jet Fuel and LPG

    Following the trend after 6 straight months of increasing LPG prices, the three state run Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) have again hiked the price of LPG, kerosene, and ATF (aviation turbine fuel).

    The government, in a bid to reduce its outgo on the LPG subsidy, had planned gradual hikes of around Rs.2 per cylinder, per month, until a sizeable amount of funds can be seen saved and diverted to other infrastructural projects.

    Currently, a 14.2 kg cylinder under the LPG subsidy costs Rs.434.71 in Delhi, a rise of Rs.2 from the previous Rs.432.71. A 14.2 kg cylinder without the LPG subsidy now costs Rs.585, a rise of Re.1. Customers who use up 12 cylinders/refills in a year will be deemed to have exhausted their subsidised LPG purchasing quota – and will have to purchase non-subsidized LPG until the next year.

    Kerosene now costs Rs.19.43 per litre, after a rise of Rs.0.26.

    The price of Jet fuel (ATF) has risen by 8.60%, and now costs Rs.52,540/kl in Delhi. Prices for ATF are exposed to more of a variance in different airports due to local taxes.

    1 January 2017

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