The price of gold in India has become such that it is becoming difficult for common people to buy it. Despite skyrocketing prices, gold resides in every woman’s heart. A woman’s makeup is not complete without wearing gold ornaments. Shagun seems incomplete without sleeping in marriage. But now gold prices have started breaking records. But do you know that this gold, which was heavy on every pocket, was once available in the cost of a chocolate. If you don’t believe, then see that 60 years old bill, then you will be forced to hold your head.
A 60-year-old bill of jewelery is going viral on social media, in which you will not believe seeing the price of gold. In 1959, when the price of gold and silver in the bill of a jewelry shop in Maharashtra was shown less than the price of a chocolate, people were stunned. Bill’s photo has gone viral.
60 years old gold bill shadow on social media
A jewelery bill of 1959 became increasingly viral on social media. In which people were shocked to see a bill of one tola gold. The cost of one tola gold in the bill was only Rs 113. And today a normal chocolate is mixed in this much. And in today’s price of 10 grams of gold, 60 years ago and even then if we had bought more than 100 grams of gold, it would not have been expensive. The viral bill belongs to a shop named Vaman Nimbaji Ashtekar from Maharashtra. In which silver bill is also given along with gold.
1 tola gold was available for 113 rupees
The jewelry bill is dated March 3, 1959, which is in the name of Shivling Atmaram. Who had bought gold for Rs 113 decades ago. Also took silver. Including which his total bill was Rs 909. In such a situation, it is not even possible to imagine buying gold. Therefore, after seeing the bill, people have nothing but to call that period a golden time. Because in today’s era, this price of gold has remained just a dream. Because according to experts, soon gold is going to cross 60 thousand.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 14, 2023, 07:22 IST