Bodoland autonomous region is in the northern-most region of Assam. The Bodoland Territorial Council Secretariat conducts the lottery after its legalisation in specific regions and states in India. Otherwise, there are only13 states that practice lottery games in India. They are Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Kerala, Punjab, Sikkim, West Bengal and Assam. There are two lottery schemes in Bodoland Lottery the draws for which happen at 3 pm and 8 pm respectively. The results for both time slots can be found on the official website. The price of a single ticket is just ₹2 for Bodoland Lottery.
The first prize winner gets to take home a large sum of ₹50,000. The second prize winner gets to take ₹7000, whereas multiple third prize winners get ₹3500. The winners at the fourth position get ₹200 and fifth place winners get ₹100. Sixth place winners can take home ₹50. The winners are segregated in each series. For example, Singham Wednesday will have a separate set of winners and Rosa pearl series will have a separate set of winners for the above-mentioned prizes.
Assam lottery and Bodoland lottery have separate draws. Both the lottery systems work independently and are not the same entity. Bodoland Lottery is conducted by the Bodoland Territorial Council, while the Assam Lottery is conducted by Assam Territorial council. Once the results are declared, the winners can immediately claim the prize from Bodoland Territorial Council. One will have to download the claim forms or reach out to the office to claim the prize. It is mandatory to carry the original ticket and identification proof. The authorities operate from Kokhrajhar in the Bodo region to claim Bodoland Lottery prize money.