By Tanya V. Rao, TechRadars staffThe gas station is named after a famous Indian poet and the owners claim the cheapest gas in the country is the cheapest, at just Rs 4.30 per litre.
The price tag is an indication of the fact that there is no subsidy for this gas station, and its owners claim it will be cheaper than the cheapest petrol station in the city.
The gas stations in the area are located at Dabhupati, Keshav Nagar, Kumbh Road, Kalka and Mahalaxmi.
All these stations are owned by the same company, which claims to be the world’s cheapest.
A gas pump is seen at a gas station near Dabhalpur, in Uttar Pradesh’s Jharkhand state on February 22, 2019.
(AFP photo)The price for gas is based on a fuel price index.
It is calculated by taking the average price of diesel and petrol in the state for the last four months.
A diesel price index can be calculated by dividing the average diesel price in a state by the average petrol price in the same state.
The cheapest price of gas in India is in Rajasthan, with a petrol price index of 5.8.
This is the benchmark for a national average price.
The lowest price in Uttar, at Rs 2.38 per litne, is for gas.
The state’s average price is Rs 5.38.
The average fuel price of a passenger car is Rs 8.23, while the average fuel prices of a light commercial vehicle is Rs 9.88.
These average fuel costs are the same for every state in the Union Territories.
The highest fuel price in India can be found in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, where the average gas price is around Rs 14.00 per liture.
The biggest gas prices are in Punjab, where average gas prices stand at Rs 13.10 per lit, and the capital Delhi, where a petrol average price stands at Rs 14,984 per lit.
Gas stations are often popular with Indian travellers.
They are located close to airports and crowded with foreign tourists.
The cheapest petrol and diesel in the world are found at petrol stations in Kerala, where fuel prices are cheaper than in many other states.
In Rajaspor, the cheapest fuel in India, is the equivalent of a diesel tank.
The price is 6.00 cents a litre and can be charged on the spot or by paying a meter.
A petrol tank can cost anywhere from 6.50 to 15.00 rupees.
In Uttar Pradesh, the most popular gas station to get petrol is the Dabha Khera at Kanpapur, where it charges Rs 1.20 per lit in a diesel or petrol tank.
It has been the cheapest spot in the entire state for petrol for the past five years.