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Kerala State Lotteries is a government-run lottery initiative established in 1967 as part of the Kerala government’s lottery department. It holds the distinction of being India’s pioneering venture of this nature.

Rewrite this ” In 1967 all private lotteries were banned and the Government of Kerala started the Kerala State Lotteries. The idea behind the setup of the new department was from the then Finance Minister of the state, P. K. Kunju. He had earlier experience of conducting lottery when he was the chairman of Kayamkulam MSM Trust. The objectives of starting the programme were to provide employment to people and supplement government finance without disturbing the public.”

“The department quickly became a role model for other Indian states, inspiring many of them to follow suit by launching their own lottery initiatives.”

“As of 2021, the department has expanded to encompass over 500 employees in its Directorate situated at Vikas Bhavan in Thiruvananthapuram. It also maintains 14 District Offices, 21 sub-lottery offices, and a Regional Deputy Directorate in Ernakulam. Additionally, there is a Regional Deputy Director for Audit located in Kozhikodu. Although the department was initially under the purview of the Department of Finance, it was subsequently transferred to the Taxes Department.”

The Kerala State Lotteries comprise seven weekly lotteries held every week, a monthly draw each month, and six Bumper Lotteries conducted annually.

Kerala state lotteries are run by the state government under a separate department. The government of Kerala runs the Kerala state lotteries program which was established to supplement government finance peacefully and to provide employment; a program that soon became a model for other states.

The Kerala State Lottery Department conducts seven weekly lotteries as of now. The Kerala Lottery draw is conducted, and results are announced every day at 3:00 PM at At Gorky Bhavan, Near Bakery Junction, Thiruvananthapuram.

There are following 7 weekly lotteries and various other seasonal and festive bumper lotteries in Kerala. The weekly lotteries along with their drawn days are as follows :

Win Win – Monday
Sthree Sakthi – Tuesday
Akshaya – Wednesday
Karunya Plus – Thursday
Nirmal – Friday
Karunya – Saturday
Fifty Fifty – Sunday

Kerala State also runs many seasonal bumper lotteries in addition to the above weekly lotteries. Some of the major seasonal bumper lotteries are for Christmas, Onam Thiruvonam Bumper, Vishu, Pooja, summer, and monsoon.

The results are published on the official website of Kerala lotteries on the same day it is drawn.

What steps should I take after purchasing a Kerala Lottery ticket?

The ownership of a specific ticket is determined by the information provided on its back, including your name, address, and signature. Therefore, remember to fill in your name, address, and sign the ticket after purchase.”

Am I eligible to take part in the Kerala Lottery draw?

Kerala State Lottery is renowned for its transparent and open draw process, among various other factors. This fair procedure has consistently drawn the participation of the public. Draws are held in different locations across the state, and anyone is welcome to attend these events. You can obtain information about the draw venue from agents or through the media.

Have I won any prizes?

The results will be published in major newspapers and online media within hours or the following day after the draw. You can also obtain the results from authorized agents. Additionally, they will be accessible online at www.kerala.gov.in and www.keralalotteries.com.

What is the official website for today’s Kerala Lottery results?

www.keralalotteries.com

Claim Your Prize for Today’s Kerala Lottery Results

The lottery prize winner must submit the winning ticket along with all required documents within 30 days of the draw. Prizes valued at up to Rs. 1 Lakh can be claimed at the respective District Lottery Offices.
For prizes exceeding Rs. 1 Lakh, the winner should surrender the ticket to the Director of State Lotteries. They must also affix their signature, name, and address on the back of the ticket and provide the following documents:
A claim application with a self-attested photocopy of both sides of the ticket.
Two passport-size photographs of the winner, duly attested by a Gazetted Officer or Notary.
A receipt for the prize money in the prescribed format, with a revenue stamp worth Rs. 1/- and the complete address of the winner.
If the winner is a minor, a Guardianship certificate from a competent authority is required.
For joint claims, one of the prize winners should be authorized to receive the prize money, and a ‘Joint Declaration’ on a stamp paper worth Rs. 50/- must be executed.
A self-attested copy of the PAN Card.
An attested document to prove identity (such as a copy of the Ration Card, Driving License, Passport, Election ID Card, etc.).
Furthermore, winners can also claim their prize amount through Nationalized, Scheduled, or State/District Co-Operative banks. The winning ticket, along with all the aforementioned documents, should be surrendered to the bank, if required.

Where can I purchase a Kerala lottery ticket?

You can purchase Kerala Lottery from any authorized lottery agent or seller in Kerala. As per the norms of Kerala government Lotteries, buying or selling of lottery tickets online is prohibited.

Can I claim the lottery if I buy and win a Kerala state lottery if I am from Andhra Pradesh? In Andhra Pradesh the lottery is banned.

Yes. But you need to produce proof that you were in Kerala and purchased the ticket. Bus ticket, Train ticket, and such proof is required to avoid fraud. Whenever a claim arises from a banned state, there is a such requirement. But you will get the won prizes in case of proof.

What is the Kerala lottery draw times?

Every day at 3 PM for that day’s draw. The official result is out on the Kerala lottery website in PDF format by 5 PM. You can watch the Kerala lottery draw live if you want.

What is the process to check whether the Kerala lottery is fake or not?

The Kerala government issues lottery tickets with QR codes that will help you confirm their authenticity. The ticket number normally includes a 2-character preceding an alphabetical code known as a series code and a six-digit numeric number.

Which type of lottery runs in Kerala?

Kerala lottery is a ticket-based system in which the numbers are printed from 100000 to 999999 in multiple series. A series and number combination is not repeated. The draws are done by a machine that does have a random number algorithm inside it. The transparency and credibility of the Kerala lottery are making it more attractive to people.

Kerala lottery tickets are available online?

No. As per G.O.(P) No. 4/2005/TD dated, Thiruvananthapuram, 13th January 2005, the conduct of online Lottery was banned in Kerala.

Is it permissible to trade Kerala Lottery through the internet or any other means?

NO. No agent shall conduct the sale of tickets through the internet or by another means without prior permission of the Director and only the sale of physical tickets is permitted.

Is Kerala Lottery sale using website and portal permitted?

No. No agent shall sell lotteries through the internet or through social media.

Can Kerala Lottery be sold outside of the state? Can Kerala Lottery be sold outside of the state?

No. No agent shall sell the tickets of the Kerala State Lotteries outside of the state directly or indirectly.

Can Kerala Lottery be sold above face value?

No. No ticket shall under any circumstance be sold above face value.

Who is the authority specifically appointed by the Government for the regulation of Lottery Sales in Kerala?

Secretary to Government, Taxes Department.

Is it mandatory for the agent to affix a seal on the reverse of a ticket?

Yes. Every agent shall affix his seal on the reverse of each ticket with details of name and agency number.

Is it mandatory for agents to furnish on demand all the particulars of sub-agents, retailers, and sellers under him to the Director or the District Lottery Officer

Yes

Toll-Free Number For complaints related to Kerala Lottery Results Today

1800 425 8474

Directorate of Kerala State Lottery Official Contact

Directorate of Kerala State Lottery, Vikas Bhavan P.O., Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Phone: 0471 – 2305193, 2305230, 2301741, 2301740 (Fax)
Email : dirkerlot@gmail.com, keralalotteries@gmail.com

Kerala Lottery Akshaya Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Kerala lottery Akshaya drawn every Wednesday will be published At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. Akshaya Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get ₹ 70,00,000 ( 70 Lakhs) as first prize and ₹ 5,00,000/- as the second prize. Akshaya lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 70,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 5,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 1,00,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 5000/-
5th Prize ₹ 2000/-
6th Prize ₹ 1000/-
7th Prize ₹ 500/-
8th Prize ₹ 100/-

Kerala Lottery Win Win Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Kerala lottery Result Today WIN WIN drawn every Monday will be published At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. WIN WIN Kerala Lottery Result. The prize winner will get ₹ 75,00,000/- ( 75 Lakhs ) as the first prize and ₹ 500000/- as the second prize. WIN WIN lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. ₹ 8000/- will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 75,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 5,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 1,00,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 5000/-
5th Prize ₹ 2000/-
6th Prize ₹ 1000/-
7th Prize ₹ 500/-
8th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

Kerala Lottery Karunya Plus Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Kerala lottery Result Today KARUNYA PLUS drawn every Thursday will be published At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. KARUNYA PLUS Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get ₹ 80,00,000 ( 80 Lakhs) as the first prize and ₹ 10,00,000/ as the second prize. KARUNYA PLUS lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 80,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 10,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 1,00,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 5000/-
5th Prize ₹ 1000/-
6th Prize ₹ 500/-
7th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

Kerala Lottery Nirmal Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Kerala lottery NIRMAL drew every Friday and results will be published At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. NIRMAL Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get ₹ 70,00,000 ( 70 Lakhs) as the first prize and ₹ 10,00,000/ as the second prize. NIRMAL lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 70,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 10,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 1,00,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 5000/-
5th Prize ₹ 1000/-
6th Prize ₹ 500/-
7th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

Kerala Lottery Karunya Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Kerala lottery Result Today Karunya is drawn every Saturday and the result will be published today At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. Karunya Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get ₹ 80,00,000/- (80 Lakhs) as the first prize and Rs 5 lakhs as the second prize. Karunya KR 566 lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 80,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 5,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 1,00,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 5000/-
5th Prize ₹ 2000/-
6th Prize ₹ 1,000/-
7th Prize ₹ 500/-
8th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

Kerala Lottery Fifty Fifty Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Fifty Fifty Kerala lottery drawn every Saturday will be publishing results At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department. Fifty Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get Rs 10,000,000 (1 Crore) as the first prize and Rs 10 lakhs as the second prize. Fifty Kerala lottery ticket price is Rs. 50. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 10,000,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 10,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 5,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 2000/-
5th Prize ₹ 1000/-
6th Prize ₹ 500/-
7th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

Kerala Lottery Sthree Sakthi Price, Money & Ticket Rate

Sthree Sakthi Kerala lottery drawn every Tuesday will be publishing results At 3 PM. The draw will be held at three o’clock at Gorky Bhawan, Thiruvananthapuram. The result will be available on the official website of the Kerala lottery department.
Sthree Sakthi Kerala Lottery Result – The prize winner will get Rs 75,00,000 (75 Lakhs) as the first prize and Rs 10 lakhs as the second prize. Sthree Sakthi Kerala lottery ticket price is Rs. 40. Rs. 8000 will also be given as a consolation prize.

Prize Money
1st Prize ₹ 75,00,000/-
2nd Prize ₹ 10,00,000/-
3rd Prize ₹ 5,000/-
4th Prize ₹ 2000/-
5th Prize ₹ 1000/-
6th Prize ₹ 500/-
7th Prize ₹ 200/-
8th Prize ₹ 100/-
Consolation Prize ₹ 8000/-

History Of Kerala Lottery

Kerala is the first state to start a lottery in India. P.K. The lottery starts when Mr. PK Kunj becomes the finance minister. It first Kerala Lottery went on sale on 1 November 1967. The first polling took place on January 26, 1968. The first lottery tickets were in the names of Maveli, Kairali, and Periyar. Saidu Mohammed was the founder and director.

Lottery Directorate was formed in Kerala in September 1967. The Directorate started functioning on 1st September. In the same year, the state government released the first lottery ticket on November 1, Kerala’s birthday.

The first lottery was released with a face value of one rupee and a first prize of half a lakh rupees or fifty thousand rupees. Apart from this, there were 93 cash prizes. It was printed in the lottery itself.

The draw was held two months after the lottery was released. The draw of the first lottery launched by the Kerala government was on 26th January 1968 on Republic Day. In the center of the first lottery, a picture of a surgery table was given in connection with the scene of emergency care.

Lottery ticket sales were not until the day of the draw as they are today. The lottery closed 16 days earlier, on January 10, 1968. A notice was given on the ticket itself that the sale of the lottery would be closed on 10-01-1968. The closing date was written and printed.

In July 1968, the lucky fare on the ticket increased. The first prize has been increased from Rs.50,000 to Rs.75,000. On November 1, 1968, the first birthday of the lottery, the prize money was again increased to Rs 1 lakh.

The total income on that day was Rs.20 lakhs. Fourteen lakhs profit out of it. Today, this dream sale of the government has crossed the lakhs and has turned into a profit of crores. Only two times in the past Thursday have lottery sales and revenue declined.

2020-2021 and 2010-2011 are the two years with the lowest revenue. Daily lottery sales increased from 90 lakhs in 2016 to 1.02 crores in 2019-20.

According to government figures, the revenue has increased from Rs 6,317.71 crore in 2015-16 to Rs 9,972.09 crore in 2019-20. From April 2019 to January 2020, a turnover of Rs 8516 crore was generated through the state lottery. 1277 crores of this is a profit of Rs. 511 crores in SGST revenue during this period, according to legislative documents. This is the figure up to just before the spread of Covid and the lockdown.

In 2008-09, the state government’s profit from lottery tickets crossed triple digits. In the years since then, profits have returned to double digits only once. That was in 2010-11. 92 crores in profit as against 114 crores in the previous year (2009-10). This reduction was due to the ruling on the ban on the lottery.

But the next year there was a huge jump in the sale of lottery tickets. 92 crore rose to Rs 324 crore. Revenue through lottery was just Rs 20 lakhs in 1967 but today it has become crores.

But luck did not help Finance Minister PK Kunj, who gave lucky dreams and good luck to the Malayalees by casting the lottery. He became an MLA for the second time in 1967 and became the Finance Minister in the second EMS government. However, neither the government nor the finance minister had the luck to complete the term. PK Kunj, who took over as Finance Minister in March 1967, had to resign in March 1969.

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CERTIFICATE OF THE COLLECTING BANK

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PAYEES RECEIPT

APPLICATION FOR AGENCY AND RENEWAL OF AGENCY UNDER KERALA PAPER LOTTERIES

KERALA LOTTERY ACTS AND RULES