The Punjab State Lottery has been running since 1968 and is administered by a wing of the Finance Department of the Punjab Government, with the aim of providing a clean and transparent lottery. It holds various monthly 'Bumper' lotteries, as well as draws celebrating major festivals throughout the year.
On the date of the draw, retailers return details of the tickets that haven't been sold, so these are not included in the draw. The Punjabi State Lottery Director is also at liberty to increase or decrease the number of tickets in each draw after the scheme has been announced. Draws take place in the Zila Parishad Building, located in Ludigarh, Punjab.
All winners of Punjab State lotteries are required to submit a claim form along with additional documents proving ownership and identity.
Punjab State Lottery Dear Weekly and Monthly Draws
The Dear Monthly and Weekly Lottery draws take place usually once or twice per week or month. There are usually a large number of prizes available to win, from 100 rupees up to an impressive Rs. 25 Lakh. Each of the colourful tickets displays a number made up of five digits between 00000 and 99999, and there may also be a letter before the five-digit number, depending on the draw and number of series. Ticket prices range from Rs. 20 to Rs. 1,000. The full list of current Dear Weekly and Monthly draws is as follows:
- Dear 5000 Quarterly - View Results Here
- Dear 2000 Monthly - View Results Here
- Dear 1000 Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 500 Friday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 250 Thursday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 200 Wednesday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 100 Tuesday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 50 Monday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 20 Sunday Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 50 Laxmi Weekly - View Results Here
- Dear 100 Nag Panchami Monthly - View Results Here
Punjab Bumper Lottery Scheme
The only lottery draws that take place in Punjab these days are the Bumper Lottery draws. Some of these draws take place every month and others are held to mark special calendar events and religious celebrations. You can find a full list of Punjab Bumper Lotteries below.
|Draw Month||Bumper Lotteries|
|Every Month||Dear Bumper Lotteries|
|January||New Year Lohri Bumper Lottery|
|August||Rakhi Bumper Lottery|
|October/November||Diwali Bumper Lottery|
New Year Lohri Bumper 2021 Results
The New Yeah Lohri Bumper lottery is held every January to mark the New Year and the passing of the winter solstice. It’s one of Punjab’s biggest draws, with prizes worth up to Rs. 2.5 crore.New Year Lohri Bumper Results
Rakhi Bumper 2021 Results
The Rakhi Bumper lottery is an annual draw that takes place on or around the Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan. Hundreds of prizes are given away in each draw, and the top prize is worth Rs. 1.5 crore.Rakhi Bumper Results
Diwali Bumper 2021 Results
The Diwali Bumper Lottery is held every year to celebrate the Festival of Lights and offers a top prize of Rs. 1.5 crore, in addition to many other cash prizes.Diwali Bumper Results
In addition to the currently active draws, there are a number of other lotteries that have been drawn in the past but which no longer take place. You can find information about each of these draws below.
Baisakhi Bumper Lottery
The festival of Baisakhi – also known as Vaisakhi – is celebrated on 13th or 14th April every year, and the Baisakhi Bumper Lottery was previously held to commemorate the occasion. The 2020 draw was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, so the last Baisakhi Bumper draw was held on 15th May 2019.Baisakhi Bumper Results
Holi Bumper Lottery
The Holi Bumper Lottery was an annual draw that took place every February or March and offered a top prize of up to Rs. 3 crore. The last Holi Bumper Lottery draw was held on 29th February 2020.Holi Bumper Results
Sawan Bumper Lottery
The Punjab State Lottery formerly commemorated the holy month of Sawan (or Shravan) with a special draw that gave away a top prize of Rs. 1.5 crore. The last Sawan Bumper Lottery took place on 8th July 2019.
Punjab Weekly Lottery
Weekly lotteries in Punjab take place on every day of the week, with different prizes available depending on the day you play. Each day has a different number of series and ticket numbers, meaning some draws have more prizes of a lower value, whilst some have much bigger prizes but fewer of them to win. In the table below you can see the range of prizes between the lowest in the Dear 20 Sunday Weekly Lottery to the largest in the Dear 1000 Saturday Weekly Lottery:
|Rank||Match||Number of Prizes||Prize Amount (Rs.) Per Winner|
|1st||Match the four or five-digit number drawn exactly in either one Series or all of them||1||13,00,000 - 1,28,00,000|
|2nd||Match one of two four or five-digit numbers drawn exactly||1 - 100||5,000 - 23,00,000|
|3rd||Match one of two four or five-digit numbers drawn exactly||25 - 100||4,000 - 9,000|
|4th||Match one of two four or five-digit numbers drawn exactly/td>||25 - 100||2,000 - 7,000|
|5th||Match one of two four or five-digit numbers drawn exactly||25 - 100||1,000 - 6,000|
|6th||Match one of two four or five-digit numbers drawn exactly||100 - 1250||500 - 4,000|
|7th||Match the last four digits with the 250 four-digit codes drawn||2,500 - 12,500||100 - 1,000|