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Do you have a trading account with any of the stock / share brokers? If not, you must open one.
Do you have a demat account? If not, you must open one.
If you have both these accounts active, simply place order ( either to the broker or online order) to buy the units of SBI Gold ETF. Current price per unit is about Rs.2005/- or so and it keeps changing depending on the gold prices.
You need a stock broker account, you can go to a full service, (expensive) broker or use an online broker.
SBI is not a gold ETF, it is a muni bond fund ETF. For gold specific, look at GLD.
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