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Did You Know? Metal gold is passed on from one generation to another in a bid to keep the family legacy alive. It is common for a mother to pass on gold jewellery to a bride during weddings.
A mangalsutra is a special necklace that a groom ties around the bride's neck in traditional marriages. It is derived from the Sanskrit word 'mangala', meaning 'holy, auspicious', and 'sutra', meaning 'thread'.
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The atomic number of gold is 79, which means there are 79 protons in the nucleus of every atom metal.
Gold’s value and price is universal in nature. Investors in gold will enjoy approximately the same value for gold all over the world, since the metal is a popularly demanded one.
The largest gold coin ever created was cast by the Perth Mint in 2012. Weighing one tonne and measuring 80 cm in diameter, it surpassed the previous record, a 2007, C$1 million coin which was just 53 cm across.
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