The golden paradox

Discovering gold’s divinity, which emerges from its ties to various powerful symbols connected to the Gods.

A brief history of gold in Roman civilisation

Understanding the significance of gold in the Roman Empire.

Discover the golden history of India’s Hutti mine

A walk through the history of Hutti mines – one of the most ancient gold mines in the world.

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The legend of the seven cities of gold

A walk through of the mystery of the 7 cities of gold

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How India came to be called ‘sone ki chidiya’?

Learn about how India's voracious taste for gold gaining the epithet of the golden bird.

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The role of gold in clean technology

Various ways gold is used to advance new-age clean technology.

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Gold jewellery designs from Mohenjo-daro civilisation

A look at gold jewellery designs that were popular during the Mohenjo-daro civilisation.

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Gold control period

The Gold Control Act in 1968 brought additional restrictions on gold businesses.

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Alexander the great’s 1000 talents of gold!

While historians are still debating about King Alexander’s substantial gold acquisitions, legend has it that the Greek captured 100,000 talents (25,00,000 kg) of gold.

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The golden chaos of 1991

In hindsight, the golden chaos of 1991 was solely responsible for bringing about distinct changes in the country. Read about it here

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Sone ki Chidiya will fly higher

India is leaving no stone unturned in retrieving its top position in the world and becoming the golden bird it once was

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India’s gold, England’s gain?

India’s gold played a key role in helping England shore up its public finances. Find the details here

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India’s gold policy in the first decade after independence

Did you know around 520 tonnes of gold was unofficially imported between 1958 and 1963? Find out more about gold policies in India’s nascent years

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