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Gold is an essential part of Indian weddings. Be it jewellery for the bride
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A look at various gold jewellery designs and pieces native to Jammu & Kashmir
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The legendary temples of India from different parts of the country with gold.
A look at all the wonderful ways gold is used in traditional Indian sarees.
Exploring the meaning and significance of gold in astrology.
A look at the scouts hired by jewellers for finding lost gold
Interesting facts and myths about Lord Kubera and his historical connection
The mysterious last door of Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram
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07 Jan 2019
Refers to the commission paid by the investor during the time of exiting the mutual fund or Gold Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). The main purpose behind imposing the charge is to discourage investors from withdrawing from the mutual fund prematurely.
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Ancient Egypt considered gold as the skin of the Gods like for the Egyptian sun God Ra. Eventually, gold was available only to the pharaohs, priests and other members of the royal court.
Refers to a bar that weighs one kilogram or approximately 32.1507 troy ounces.
The oceans of the world host vast amounts of gold, however in very low concentrations. Which means, every cubic kilometre of water holds 10 to 20 kgs of gold.
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