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4 strong reasons why gold makes for a more sensible commodity investment.
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A guide to ensuring the genuineness of your hallmarked gold
The legends behind these well-known auspicious days to buy gold.
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The introduction of gold coins in India by Kushan emperor.
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The genesis of Indian alchemy and various practices involved
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In India, the Lord of Riches is Kubera. We refer to a wealthy individual as
The proliferation of digital investment platforms in every nook and corner of...
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Capital gains refer to the gains that the investors in gold have made from the sale of gold. Capital gains on gold are taxed in India. Therefore, one must make sure to ask for a proper bill while purchasing gold.
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Hallmarking of gold jewellery in India was introduced in 2000 by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
Refers to paper money that was made a legal tender as per law, but is not backed by metals such as gold/silver.
Gold is capable of retaining its shine even if it was buried for 1000s of years.
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