Indane Gas Price

Indane is one of the largest packed-LPG brands currently operating in India. LPG is a subsidized product and is therefore available through the vast chain of distributors.

Did you know that Indane Gas delivers cylinders to over 63 million people across India and that out of every 2 cooking gas cylinders sold, one is Indane? Also, on a daily basis, Indane distributes over 1.20 million domestic cooking cylinders within our country.

Indane New Connection Tariff Table:

Please note that the charges of Indane Gas Connections have changed as per the new GST rule. Get in touch with your distributor to know the exact change in the prices.

New Gas Connection Tariff Price (Incl.GST)
14.2kg cylinder security deposit in all states excluding North Eastern States Rs.1,450
14.2kg cylinder security deposit in the 7 states in North Eastern India Rs.1,150
Security deposit for a 5 kg cylinder Rs.800
Security deposit for a 19 kg cylinder Rs.1,700
Lot Valve security deposit Rs.1,500
Security deposit for a 19 kg cylinder with a LOT valve Rs.3,200
Security deposit for a 47.5 kg cylinder Rs.4,300
Security deposit for a 47.5 kg cylinder with LOT valve Rs.5,800
Pressure regulator security deposit in all states excluding North Eastern States Rs.150
Pressure regulator security deposit in the 7 states in North Eastern India Rs.100
New connection installation and demonstration charges with DBC or SBC Rs.118
Collecting equipment from customer’s property Preparation of termination voucher(as requested by the customer) Rs.118
Administrative cost incurred for issuing DGCC including the cost of the DGCC Rs.59
  • Charges for mechanic visits for any purpose excluding leakage (depends on the number of burners) 
  • Hotplates installation at the time of new connection and cleaning in case the hotplate is not brought from an authorised LPG distributor 
  • Compulsory inspection of domestic LPG installation that requires to be done after cleaning hotplates  
  • Servicing the hotplate 

Please note that all the prices mentioned above includes GST.

Indane Gas Non-Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Price - 06 Jun 2020

City Name LPG Packed -(14.2 Kgs) Cylinder - Non Subsidized
MUMBAI 590.50
CHENNAI 606.50

Note: Please note that on the official Indane Gas website, you can choose the city or the market place and check the exact price in your area.

The various products available are:

  • 14.2kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Under DBTL Cash Transfer
  • 14.2kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Without Subsidy
  • 14.2kg Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder (for DBTL exempted market only)
  • 19kg Non Domestic LPG Cylinder
  • 5 kg Non Domestic LPG Cylinder
  • 5 kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Under DBTL Cash Transfer
  • 5kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Without Subsidy
  • 14.2kg Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder (for DBTL exempted market only)
  • 14.2kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Under DBTL Cash Transfer(without VAT on subsidy)
  • 5kg Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder (for DBTL exempted market only)
  • 5kg Non Subsidised Domestic LPG Cylinder Under DBTL Cash Transfer (without VAT on subsidy)

Kindly Note: All charges are inclusive of GST

Indane Gas Preferred Time Charges

You can log on the Indane website to place an order for a refill of the cylinder. You will have to enter the following information:

  • State
  • District
  • Distributor
  • Day
  • Time slot
  1. If you want the delivery to be before 8am and after 6pm to 8pm on a weekday, you will be charged Rs.50.
  2. If you want the delivery between 8am to 6pm, you will be charged Rs.25.
  3. If you want delivery on the weekends between 8am to 6pm, you will be charged Rs.25.

Indane Gas Price For Auto LPG - 06 Jun 2020

The prices for Auto LPG are as follows:

State City RSP OF AUTO LPG /L (₹)
Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad 36.000
Chandigarh Chandigarh 34.280
Chattisgarh Raipur 35.480
Dadra & Nagar Haveli Silvassa 36.070
Delhi Delhi 38.560
Gujarat Ahmedabad (WML) 35.150
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu 35.810
Karnataka Bangalore 35.940
Kerala Trivandrum 36.780
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal 37.840
Maharashtra Mumbai 37.300
Rajasthan Jaipur 34.200
Tamilnadu Chennai 35.440
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow 36.020
Uttaranchal Dehradun 39.600
West Bengal Kolkata 35.710

Kindly Note: All charges are inclusive of GST

GST Rule and Its Effect on Domestic Cooking Gas

The new Goods and Services Tax(GST) has increased the price of domestic LPG cylinders starting 1 July 2017. Going forward, GST will be charged on all gas cylinder brought for domestic use and all other previously charges taxes like excise duty, surcharges, and service taxes will be eliminated.

Under the new GST rule, taxes are classified under 0%, 5%, 12%, 18%, and 28% GST. All domestic LPG cylinders will fall under the 5% tax bracket which has increased the price of cooking gas across the country.

GST Effect on Domestic Indane Cylinders in India

As mentioned earlier, the prices of domestic Indane gas cylinders has increased after the implementation of the GST rule.

  • Indane gas customers can see an increase of up to Rs.32 per LPG cylinder depending on the state they reside in.
  • This is the steepest increase in domestic cooking gas prices since 2011.
  • Once the customer exhausts the 122 subsidised LPG cylinders that they are allowed to avail in one year, each additional cylinder will fall under the 18% tax bracket.
  • The services associated to issuing, maintaining, and inspecting gas cylinders have gone up as such services fall under the 18% GST bracket.
  • There were few states that were not charging taxes on domestic LPG cylinders before the GST rule.
  • These states as well will charge GST going forward and people in these states will witness an increase of Rs.12 to Rs.15 on their LPG gas prices.

How to Get a New Indane Gas Connection?

Indane has more than 5,500 distributors in our nation. You can walk into the nearest Indane gas distributor and get a new connection.

However, if you want to save some time and get a connection without standing in long queues, you can try the online facility that Indane has launched to get a new connection. Under the Digital India Initiative, where the Government of India is aiming to make India digital and make online payments as much as possible, Indane has introduced SAHAJ(e-SV), an online tool to make payments for your gas connection.

The all new SAHAJ(e-SV) tool allows a customer to register for a Indane gas, pay the amount online, and get the gas cylinder delivered to their doorstep without having to visit a Indane gas distributor at all. This has helped many working class people take advantage of the new tool and save a lot of time. Some of the benefits of using SAHAJ(e-SV) are it reduces the time taken to process each gas connection application, it facilitates cashless transactions, customers don’t have to visit a distributor, and avoids duplication.

Documents Required for Applying New Indane Gas Connection

One of the following documents as proof of identity:

  • Aadhar card
  • PAN card
  • Voters ID
  • Passport copy
  • ID card issued by State or Central government
  • Driving license

One of the following documents as proof of residence:

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

Indane Gas Customer Care

Indane gas has a dedicated customer care department who can handle all your queries. You can reach the Indane gas customer care department by dialing 18002333555.

You can also use the above number to lodge a complaint using their IVR mode anytime between 8am to 8pm. People residing in Noida can dial 1906 for any emergency LPG leakage complaints. The customer service executives will be able to assist you in English to Hindi. Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada or Malayalam.

FAQs on Indane Gas Connection

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

    The following are the important documents you’ll receive once you get a new Indane gas 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
    • Through SAHAJ(e-SV) facility available on official Indane website.
  3. What are the documents that I will be asked to upload when I’m applying for a new connection online?

    If you are applying for a new Indane gas connection online, please keep the following documents handy:

    • One passport size photograph
    • You bank account details
    • A copy of your Aadhaar card
    • One proof as identity
    • One proof of address
    • Please make sure that you have all the above mentioned documents scanned and saved in the jpeg or pdf format.
  4. Will I be allowed to apply for a new gas connection with 2 different gas companies?

    Yes. You can apply for a new gas connection with two different OMCs. However, only one gas connection will be released. Remember that all gas companies use an integrated software that can detect multiple applications.

  5. What should I do if I receive an email stating that I have multiple connections?

    If you do not have multiple connections, please walk into the nearest Indane gas LPG provider and submit your KTY documents, which is your proof of identity and proof of address. After physically verifying your residence, the distributor will rectify the issue.

  6. I have made a payment online for a new gas connection. What happens next?

    After you have registered for a new gas connection and have made the payment on SAHAJ(e-SV), the following steps will take place:

    • The distributor will receive your application online and will prepare a subscription voucher(SV).
    • Once the SV is generated it will be emailed to the customer's registered email ID in a PDF format.
    • When the cylinder is being delivered to the customer, the gas agent will verify the documents submitted by the customer during the online registration.
    • A physical copy of the SV will be given to the customer post verification and signatures will be obtained.
    • Customers will have to pay for the refill cylinder at the time of delivery.
  7. Can I cancel a new gas connection application online?

    Yes. You will be allowed to cancel your application anytime online. However, if the payment has been made, you will have to cancel it online but have to visit the nearest Indane gas distributor for a refund.

  8. What if the details on my documents do not match when the agent physically verifies them?

    When the Indane gas agent comes for physical verification, if any deviation is found in the documents submitted, the application will be rejected and the amount paid by the customer will be refunded. In this case, there are no cancellation charges that will be levied.

  9. Will I be allowed to buy other products like a gas stove when I make a payment online?

    Yes. You can buy other accessories and pay for it online.

  10. How can I check the status of my application?

    You can check the status of your application by visiting the Indane gas website and entering your registration number and date of birth in the space provided.


News About Indane Gas Connection

  • LPG prices hiked in the national capital yet again

    The LPG prices in the city of Delhi have been hiked yet again by the government with the increase being Rs.2.71 per cylinder. The cost of subsidised cylinder will be Rs.493.55, effective from midnight on Saturday as per the Indian Oil Corporation Limited.

    16 August 2018

  • Government planning to oust subsidy on specific products and replacing it with subsidy on all cooking products

    The government is planning to oust LPG subsidy and replace it with cooking subsidy. The government believes this move will benefit customers who are using piped natural gas and biofuel for cooking. As per Rajiv Kumar, Niti Aayog vice chairman, the subsidy should be made available by the government for any fuel that is used by people for cooking. He also added that the subsidy should be provided by the government for people who use Piped Natural Gas (PNG) as a cooking fuel.

    The plan to oust subsidy for a specific product and replace it with subsidy for cooking products is being mulled over after apprehensions among certain sections of the society came up stating that providing subsidy only on LPG will restrict the usage of cheaper fuels for cooking such as biofuel and PNG. The government is planning to implement subsidy on cooking fuel in the National Energy Policy by the year 2030. The government has already increased the subsidy amount on LPG twice this year to keep in line with the international prices thus allowing people to still buy LPG at an affordable rate.

    23 July 2018

  • Hike in LPG Cylinder Prices for both the Subsidised and Non-Subsidised Category

    Households in the country are gearing themselves to face the brunt of increase in the prices of LPG cylinders in both the subsidised and non-subsidised category after the price of LPG across the world was increased to $500 per mt in May from $472 per mt in April and the value of rupee also decreased as compared to the dollar. The import of LPG gas in India has decreased over the years but still 10.8 million tonnes of LPG had to be imported in the year 2017-18.

    The LPG has become one of the fastest growing products with the demand for LPG gas connections increasing with the advent of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY), a scheme under which gas connections are provided to households below the poverty line at very low prices. As per data provided by the government , under PMUY 3.8 crore gas connections have been provided to households below poverty line. It has been 2 years since the government launched PMUY scheme. The government has said that the demand for LPG gas connections will cross the 30 million mark by the year 2031-32.

    25 June 2018

  • Subsidised LPG Price Hiked By Rs.2 Per Cylinder

    To eliminate all subsidies by the end of this financial year, the government ruled out a decision to hike the prices of LPG cylinders by Rs.2 per cylinder. In Delhi, a subsidised 14.2-kg of cylinder now costs Rs 479.77, which was Rs 477.46 previously. Dharmendra Pradhan, Oil Minister, stated in Lok Sabha that the government has asked state-run oil companies to raise subsidised cooking gas (LPG) prices by Rs 4 per cylinder every month to eliminate all the subsidies by March next year.

    Also, every household is entitled to 12 cylinders of 14.2-kg each at subsidised rates in a year. Any requirement beyond that is to be purchased at market price.

    9 August 2017

  • Tribals to Receive Free 5 KG Cylinders - ITDA Officials

    In order to transform all tribal villages to smokeless ones by the end of the month, A Dinesh Kumar, ITDA Project Officer has asked officials to provide 5 kg LPG cylinders to tribals for free and 14.2 kg cylinders for all non-tribals at Rs.1,870. Kumar conducted meetings with GCC managers, Tahsildars, Gas Agency dealers and MPDOs to review statistics on identification of all beneficiaries and gas connections.

    Kumar said that 49,162 families do not have access to gas connections based on ration cards. 25,380 families have been identified to be eligible for gas connections and inquiry is on-going. He said that action plans have been identified to sanction 5 kg cylinders along with connections for 5 villages in one mandal per day.

    19 May 2017

  • Hike in LPG Cylinder Price is Forcing People to take Back their Subsidy

    The recent hikes in the price for cooking LPG cylinder is forcing people to take their subsidy back. The government had taken the initiative to request people to give up their subsidy in order to provide LPG connect to the people who can’t afford it. The recent hike in prices of LPG by the Oil Marketing companies has made it difficult for people to afford LPG cylinders at non-subsidized rates. The most number of people taking back their LPG subsidy is from Maharashtra. The non-subsidized LPG cylinder that used to be Rs.513 is now Rs.737, an increase of Rs.224.

    4 May 2017

  • Almost 2 Lakh Families in Jammu and Kashmir Offered LPG Connections Under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana

    Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, the Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs, recently revealed that almost 2 lakh families that fell below the poverty line in Jammu and Kashmir have been provided with LPG connections under the PMUY (Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana) scheme. The announcement was made when the minister was addressing a meeting that was held to review the scheme’s implementation in Jammu and Kashmir. He also mentioned that the oil companies had a target set to offer the gas connections to 2.25 lakh households in Jammu and Kashmir till the 31st of December, 2016. As of now, 3.06 lakh KYC forms have been sent by the consumers, and 2.45 lakh cases out of the aforementioned figure have been cleared. The minister went on to disclose that out of the total, 1.9 lakh families have already received their LPG connections.

    16 January 2017

  • LPG, Jet Fuel and Kerosene Prices Increased

    The price of LPG, ATF (Aviation Turbine Fuel) and Kerosene has been hiked by State-run OMCs recently. Now, a 14.2 kg subsidised cylinder will cost Rs.434.71 in Delhi. The 3 state owned companies revise their rates based on the foreign exchange rate and global oil prices on the 1st of every month. The cost of non-subsidised LPG has also increased to Rs.585. The price of Kerosene after the increase is Rs.19.43 for each litre in Kolkata. ATF has been increased by 8.6% to Rs.52,540.63 per KL in Delhi.

    1 January 2017

  • Free Gas Connections To Be Distributed, To Save Tiger Reserves in Rajasthan

    The Rajasthan government came to the decision to make provisions for cooking gas connections to 40,000 families for free in the rural areas located in and around the Sariska,Ranthambore and Mukundra Hills Tiger Reserves. This initiative has been taken to discourage people from using firewood and at the same time preserving the wildlife natural habitats in the region.

    The beneficiaries are supposed to selected by the forest department giving priority to households that are facing relocation from the tiger reserves. The scheme is supposed to be given to Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Karauli, Tonk, Kota, Jhalawar as well as Chittorgarh villages.

    30 October 2016

  • Manipal Thoubal Gas’ Supply Stopped by IOC

    The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has stopped the supply for LPG gas to one of its distributors, the Manipal Thoubal Gas agency. The reason cited is mismanagement at the gas agency.

    The IOC last supplied refill cylinders to the agency on the 11th of June, 2016.

    The stoppage of supply has left over 8,000 households who receive their LPG cylinders from Thoubal in the lurch, as there has been no supply for over 2 months now.

    When asked about the current status, an IOC official stated that efforts were on to transfer the households to another gas agency to ensure they received their refill cylinders.

    However, the transfer process takes a minimum of 2 weeks’ time and is being done in a phased manner, as permission has to be sought from the IOC General Area Manager for each transfer application.

    As of now, Athokpam Indane Gas Service and Rbd Indane have been identified as transfer agencies.

    20 July 2016

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