Compared to last week, the silver rate is a little bit low. The previous week's highest value of silver was Rs. 68,500 per Kg. The silver price has fallen this week. On November 19, the silver price was Rs. 67,500, a Rs. 1000 increase from the previous week. We can say it's a good start to this week. On November 20, the silver price remained unchanged from the previous day.
We are back again. Gold rates are becoming an unpredictable mystery to us and still, Goldsikka has investigated and recorded this week's Gold statistics for you. The Gold rates are moving to and fro like a swing, making us wonder what's next in the world of Gold. Such times are crucial, and to stay updated about this precious yellow metal, helps us get prepared in uncertain times. When we compare Gold rates from the previous months, Gold was touching the sky.
Last week's gold price was a little bit low compared to this week's. For this week the gold price has increased immensely. On the first day of November, it was 52,165, today the gold rate on 18th of November is Rs.54,060 with a huge difference of Rs.2415. till now it is the highest rise in gold rates of this month. On 17th November the gold rate was the same as on 18th November.
Jewellery is the most prized asset of women, and any
damage caused to it can be heartbreaking. In the women's world, jewellery breaking is an
important deal and every woman once in her life has gone through this heart-wrenching pain.
Jewellery is a highly prized asset, and any damage to it can be a massive loss, one has to handle it with care and keep it secured.
While we talk about conserving the quality of the world, we at Goldsikka are keeping up with the quality standards of our customers and raising the bar. We protect and craft the most precious gold extracted from the deep mines of mother earth and deliver the purest form by ethical means.
In India, popular investment options are gold and silver. In the case of any financial crisis, investment in gold and silver is considered a secure means. The current prices of gold and silver prices fluctuate for a significant amount of time and it never seems to end..
Gold Rate is a major topic in the financial world. It's a moving swing that makes it harder to tell which direction it will head. There are times when it spikes and other times it gets lower. Gold Rate is one fluctuating graph and keeping a hang of it can get tough. Every minute, the gold rate is constantly changing. And it's difficult to maintain a grip on the situation, much like ...
Gold has always been the symbol of wealth and status for every Indian. As the home of the most beautiful creations in the world, India is known for its rich legacy and fine artistry crafts of precious jewels. The history of jewellery making in India dates back more than two millennia, with earrings and bangles used by our ancestors as sacred symbols of wealth and status. According to the statistics, India is the biggest consumer of gold in the world, and a remarkable demand is always coming from within the country.
Guru Nanak is the highly celebrated Guru of Sikhism and the founder of the Sikhism religion. Guru Nanak has shaped the beliefs and directed the believers of Sikhism to the path of virtue and truth. Guru Nanak was born on the 15th of April 1469 in Talwandi, Pakistan. When he was taking steps toward his religious journey..
Diwali, Deepavali, Dhanteras, Ekadashi, no matter what
you call it, Diwali
promises success, riches, and prosperity to one and all.This day has shown good always has
greater power over evil and how strong evil
seem, goodness always wins and shines like gold.
Diwali is a 5-day festival that is celebrated in the holy month of Kartika. Praying for good fortune and worshiping Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha will bring health, riches, and prosperity in the future. This auspicious week is a celebration of the victory of good over evil and shows us that the light of good always defeats the darkness of evil.