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Changes in Kerala Lotteries  from 1st June 2017 on wards

The Kerala state government is intending to make some major changes in the cost and the prize structures of many lotteries conducted by department of lotteries, Kerala State.

Now the best news for the players is the prize pool percentage has been increased by 10%. Now the prize structure has been planed in such a way that 40% of total revenue.....KEEP READING

Thiruvonam Bumper Winner-2012

The Onam bumper prize of Kerala Lottery this time went to R. Vijayan Pillai,
a grocery shop man in Punalur.
He would get Rs. 5 crore and one kilogram of 24ct gold, as per the draw held on Friday afternoon.

Vijayan Pillai, who runs his shop at Mathara near Karavaloor, had the habit of taking lottery tickets. A local ticket seller, Rajan Pillai, sold the ticket to Vijayan this time. A Gulf returnee, Vijayan is running the shop near his house for the past 23 years.
His family consists of wife Padmakumari and children Anitha and Anoop, both of them settled in life.

“This is a gift from god. I had planned to contribute a good sum to the renovation of the Ayiravallay temple here, which I will do now. Iintend to spend money on some other public causes as well,” Vijayan told DC.

Vijayan said he took the ticket on September 5 when Rajan Pillai compelled him to take one. “I did not know that my ticket won the prize when the news channels flashed the ticket number. It was only by 4pm that I took the ticket and checked the number. It was a big surprise,” he said. 

This is the second consecutive time that Kollam district wins the Onam bumper. Last year, Abdul Latheef, a native of Kundara, won the prize.

Prize Structure of Weekly Lotteries







Prize Structure of Bumper Lotteries