Gst Tax Rate On Saree And Indian Wears In Hindi?

watch_later 3 years, 7 months ago

साड़ीयो पे जीएसटी की क्या दर है?

Saree and other Indian fabric style dressing materials such as Lungi, Silk saree, Banarasi sarees etc. were exempted from taxes till date.

Are they taxed under GST and at what rate they are taxed?

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    अभी तक सरकार की तरफ़ से कोई सफ़ाई नहीं आइ है। साड़ीयो पे, लेकिंग जो कर पटीका है उसके हिसाब से ५% से टैक्स लगेगा। - GST Payer
    ५% टैक्स लगेगा। थान पर ५% है तो saree पे भी इसी रेट से टैक्स लगेगा। - Pulkit Sharma
    सरकार ने ये बड़ा ही अच्छा क़दम उठाया है। पहले fabric यानी थान लेने पे टैक्स नहीं था लेकिन readymade कपड़ों पे टैक्स था। इसलिए कोई इनपुट नहीं मिलता था अब वो भी मिलेगा और जो लोग बिना registration के व्यापार कर रहे थे उनको रेजिस्ट्रेशन लेना पड़ेगा। - Pulkit Sharma
    dear sir hamari shop h jes me hum garments teyar karke inter states sales karte h to us per hamare tax liabilities keise banegi - sanjay jangid
    dress materials like unstitched salwar suits and semi stitched salwar suits to be also taxed at 5% flat? - Avi Sharma
    Thanks sir - Avi Sharma
3 Answers

Pulkit Sharma watch_later 3 years, 7 months ago

Tax rates for garments and fabrics is fixed as:

Readymade Garments 12%

Ready made Garments Below Rs. 1000 5%

Fabrics & Yarn (except man-made) 5%

Manmade Yarn 18%

All Process of Textiles 5%

Fiber Silk and Jute 0%

Man made Fiber 18%

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    Ladies will be very angry with government :) - GST Payer

GST Payer watch_later 3 years, 7 months ago

Readymade garments to attract 12% GST; Yarn and fabric cotton 5 per cent.

Natural yarn to be taxed at 5 per cent, man-made yarn at 18 per cent.

This makes it clear that sarees will be taxed. Will further edit the answer based on any clarification.

GST on saree in hindi

जीएसटी साड़ियों के ऊपर साफ़ साफ़ घोषित नहीं हुआ है लेकिन फ़िलहाल जो रिपोर्ट है उसके हिसाब से साड़ीयों पे ५% की दर से कर देना होगा।

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Rahul Rai watch_later 3 years, 7 months ago

Indian fabric wears such as Saree, lungi etc. were exempted from taxes. However government has taxed them under GST with 5% tax rate.

It is a welcoming step by government to charge GST on these items.

The whole purpose of GST will get defeated if items are exempted or taxed at different rates.

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