Sep 15, 2014

Kerala Lottery Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39)

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure: Kerala Finance Minister K M Mani Released the Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 Lottery and inaugurating the second lottery machine at Sree Chithra Poor Home. Health Minister V S Sivakumar, who presided over the meeting, made the first sale. Cine actor Saikumar received the lottery cutout from the Finance Minster. Lotteries Director M Nandakumar and department officials attended the function.

Onam Bumper 2014 Lottery Ticket will have a first prize of Rs 6 crore. Second prize comprises Rs 1 crore for six people. Third prize worth Rs 10 lakh each will be given to 12 persons. The fourth prize worth Rs 5 lakh each will be given to 12 persons.

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure
Finance Minister K M Mani handing over the model of ‘Thiruvonam Bumper 2014’ lottery ticket to actor Saikumar at the inaugural function in Thiruvananthapuram.

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 BR-39th Kerala Lottery Prize Structure

Ticket sales of Thiruvonam bumper 2014(BR-39th) has been started on 16th July 2014 [16.07.2014] and its Draw will be conducted on 19th September 2014 [19.09.2014] Friday at 2.30 pm and the result of Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 tickets will be published here after the official announcement.

If you like to participate in this draw, buy a Thiruvonam bumper lottery ticket today itself from a registered agent and try your luck.

The prize structure of Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 Kerala Lottery is as below.

Prize Structure of Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR 39th) Lottery
Date of Sales Start 16/07/2014
Date of Draw 19/09/2014
Tickets in Six Series TA,TB,TC,TD,TE,TG
Total Tickets To print 54 Lakh tickets
Cost of Ticket Rs 200 Only
Category of Prize
Details of Prize
Amount of Prize (Rs)
Number of Prizes
1st One prize common to all series Rs 6 Crore 1
2nd One prize in each series Rs 1 Crore 6
3rd Two prizes in each series Rs 10 Lakh 12
4th Two prizes in each series Rs 5 Lakh 12
5th Last 5 digits to be drawn once Rs 1 Lakh Up to 54 nos
6th Last 4 digits to be drawn 2 times Rs 10,000 Up to 1080 nos
7th Last 4 digits to be drawn 20 times Rs 5000 Up to 10800 nos
8th Last 4 digits to drawn 32 times Rs 2000 Up to 17280 nos
9th Last 4 digits to be drawn 32 times Rs 1000 Up to 17280 nos
10th Last 4 digits to be drawn 100 times Rs 500 Up to 54000 nos
Consolation Prize Rs 5 Lakh 5 nos
Total

Rs 28,95,40,000/- 100530 nos

Here is the Official Order from the Director of Kerala State Lotteries regarding the Prize Structure of Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 Lottery Ticket.

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

Thiruvonam Bumper 2014 (BR-39) Kerala Lottery Draw Prize Structure

How to Claim Winning Prize Ticket


The Prize winning tickets should be surrendered within 30 days from the date of draw. The First to Fourth prize winning tickets and Consolation prize winning tickets should be surrendered to the Director of State Lotteries in person or by insured registered post or through Nationalised/Scheduled Banks/State or District Co-operative Banks supported with necessary documents.

The Prizes of Rs. 1,00,000/- and below may be claimed from the District Lottery Offices/Directorate of State Lotteris. In the case of claimants from outside the state, the claims should be submitted in the Directorate. The prize winners should record their name, address and signature in the space provided on the reverse side of the ticket. Payment of prize money will be made only after ascertaining the genuineness of the tickets with counterfois, barcodes etc as decided by the Director from time to time.

Agents are allowed to collect prize tickets with prize money of Rs. 5000/- and pay the prize money to the prize winners themselves and thereafter claim prize money on behalf of prize winners by exchange of tickets. The agents should state whether the prize tickets are collected and prize money already paid to the prize winners by them, while presenting the same for payment.

Claims on mutilated or tampered tickets will be rejected ouright. One ticket can win only the highest prize awarded on it. Income Tax and Surcharge etc. if any will be deducted at source from the prize money as laid down in the Finance Act (Central).

Income Tax of Kerala Lottery Winning Prize


For prize money more than Rs. 5000, income tax at prevailing rate will be deducted and credited into the central government account. As of now, an Income tax of 30% will be deducted for all the prize winning claims exceeding Rs. 5000/-.

The tax will be deducted from the prize amount, In case of gift no tax will be deducted from the gift and the tax amount will be paid by the department.

For example if you won 1 Lakh Rupees, you will get only 70,000 and 30,000 will be deducted as tax which is 30% of the total prize amount. If agent’s prize also deducting from prize amount you will only get 60,000 finally after deducting 10% agents prize. If you won gift say 20 sovereign, you will get full 20 sovereign, the tax will be paid by the department.

For the agents prize claims an amount equivalent to 10% of the claim will be deducted as income tax. Presently no surcharge or educational cess is deducted as per the Income Tax rules.