London: British-Indian diaspora is preparing to buy gold on the occasion of Dhanteras. In such a situation, the Royal Mint of Britain has launched the first gold bar in the design of Goddess Lakshmi in view of this occasion. Keeping in view the culture of Indians, Royal Mint has given this bar the form of the image of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi.
According to the information received, there is 20 grams of 999.9 gold in this Laxmi bar, which has been cast as Lakshmi. This Royal Mint product has been designed by designer Emma Noble. Ima Noble designed it in collaboration with Shree Swaminarayan Mandir in Cardiff to ensure this culturally.
The bar will be available on Royal Mint’s website from today
Such is the design of the bar
Royal Mint director Andrew Dickey said, "Gold is seen as a gift on the occasion of Diwali. We wanted this bar to be beautiful as well as give a splash of tradition." If you look at the design of this time, Goddess Lakshmi is standing on a lotus flower and she also has a lotus flower in her hands. At the same time, the symbol of Om has also been made on the packaging.