Today’s Nagaland State Lottery results, including morning, day, and evening draws, through the live updates on Lottery Sambad Result 23.5.2024. Check out the latest outcomes of the Dear Lottery to see if you’ve won.  Lottery Sambad Result May 23, 2024.

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Nagaland State Lottery Prize

Rank No. of Prizes Prize Amount (in ₹) Super Prize Amount (in ₹)
1 1 99,00,000 1,00,000
Cons. 699 1,000 500
2 7,000 9,000 500
3 70,000 500 50
4 70,000 250 20
5 7,00,000 120 10

Please note that the displayed price chart pertains to the Dear Evening Lottery. The Dear Morning Lottery offers prize tiers of 1, 579, 5800, 58000, and 580000, while the Dear Day Lottery awards are 1, 259, 2600, 26000, and 260000, respectively, in ascending order. Each lottery maintains identical prize amounts for these tiers.

The Nagaland State Lotteries, initiated in 1972 under the Finance Department’s oversight, serve as a reliable revenue stream for the State Government. The Nagaland State Lottery conducts draws daily at three intervals: morning, day, and evening. Each day features a distinct lottery name and variations in prize amounts, with the highest prize reaching ₹1 Crore, including the Super Prize amount. The daily draws are named Dear Morning, Dear Day, and Dear Evening, with tickets priced at ₹6 each.

Nagaland Dear Lottery Timetable

Day 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
Monday Dear Dwarka Dear Desert Dear Finch
Tuesday Dear Godavari Dear Wave Dear Goose
Wednesday Dear Indus Dear Hill Dear Pelican
Thursday Dear Mahanadi Dear Lake Dear Sandpiper
Friday Dear Meghna Dear Mountain Dear Seagull
Saturday Dear Narmada Dear River Dear Stork
Sunday Dear Yamuna Dear Sea Dear Toucan

Dear Morning: Dear Morning lottery involves the printing of 5.80 crore tickets across series 42 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L, with serial numbers ranging from 00000 to 99999. The cost of each ticket is set at ₹6.

Dear Day: For the Dear Day lottery, there will be 2.80 crore tickets printed, spanning series 74 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L, and serial numbers from 00000 to 99999. Each ticket will be priced at ₹6.

Dear Evening: The Dear Evening lottery plans to issue 7.00 crore tickets in the 30 to 99/A B C D E G H J K L series, with serial numbers extending from 00000 to 99999. Tickets are available for purchase at ₹6 each.

In India, lottery games are legally conducted and played in 13 states, while the remaining states enforce a complete ban. Since 1967, Nagaland has been one of these 13 legal states. The other 12 states include Assam, Mizoram, Kerala, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, and Sikkim. Lottery results can be checked on platforms like Lottery Sambad Result, Dhankesari, and the Official Government Gazette.

Important Information regarding Nagaland State Lottery

The Nagaland State Lottery takes place daily at P. R. Hill Junction, Kohima – 797001, under the management of the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries. To claim a prize as a winner, you must:

Submit your intact, undamaged ticket along with a completed lottery claim form. Ensure the ticket is in good condition without any damage. Include a government-issued photo ID and passport-sized photographs with the claim form. Note that tampered or mutilated tickets will be disqualified from the claim process.

The State Government empowers the Distributor to disburse prizes on its behalf, allowing payments up to ₹10,000 (Rupees Ten Thousand) to winners through the respective distributor, stockist, agents, or sellers.

Prize claims exceeding ₹10,000 must be directed to the Director, Government of Nagaland, or the Nodal Office in the respective states. These claims should be submitted within 30 days from the draw date, using the specified claim forms. To receive payment within 60 days, winners must provide the original winning ticket, signed by themselves, along with other necessary documents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can you legally play the lottery in India?

A: Yes, playing the lottery is legal in 13 Indian states: Nagaland, Assam, Mizoram, Kerala, Meghalaya, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, West Bengal, and Sikkim. Among these, West Bengal has the highest number of players and consequently records the most wins in the LotterySambad.

Q: Who oversees the operation of lotteries?

A: State governments are responsible for the management and organization of lotteries within their jurisdictions. For example, in Nagaland, the Director of Nagaland State Lotteries handles the lottery’s management and organization.

Q: Is it possible to purchase Nagaland State Lottery tickets online?

A: Yes, you can buy Nagaland State Lottery tickets through several online vendors.

Q: Who can purchase Nagaland Lottery tickets?

A: Anyone is allowed to buy and participate in the Nagaland State lottery. However, only residents with valid proof of domicile in the state can claim their winnings. Therefore, it’s advisable not to participate in the Nagaland lottery if you are not a resident of Nagaland, as you will not be able to claim the prize.

Q: What is the Nagaland Bumper lottery?

A: The Nagaland State conducts special Bumper lotteries several times annually, separate from the regular draws. These include the Dear Diwali, Kali Puja, Happy New Year, Winter Special, and Lohri Makar Sankranti Bumper lotteries, each featuring jackpots exceeding ₹1 Crore.

Q: How do I get in touch with Nagaland Lotteries?

A: Contact the Director at the Directorate of Nagaland State Lotteries via phone at 0370-2229982. For more information, visit their official website at www.nagalandlotteries.com.