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1oz Silver Gold Gilded Diwali Medallion - Perth Mint (incl GST)

1oz Silver Gold Gilded Diwali Medallion - Perth MintThe Diwali 1oz Silver Gilded Medallion is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver and has an unlimited mintage. The medallion’s reverse portrays a representation of Lakshmi sitting on a lotus flower, the symbol of enlightenment. An ... Read More...

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Celebrating Diwali


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1oz Silver Gold Gilded Diwali Medallion - Perth Mint

The Diwali 1oz Silver Gilded Medallion is struck by The Perth Mint from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver and has an unlimited mintage. The medallion’s reverse portrays a representation of Lakshmi sitting on a lotus flower, the symbol of enlightenment. An intricate halo design and hanging lanterns surround the goddess, while coins from her palm tumble into a bowl. Also included in the design is the inscription ‘Happy Diwali’, the medallion’s weight and fineness, and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark.

The medallion’s obverse portrays Ganesha sitting on a cushion surrounded by the same halo motif, lanterns and the inscription ‘happy diwali’. The god is attended by a mouse, one of his traditional mounts, who offers a sweet as a symbol of generosity.

The medallion is housed in a contemporary latex case within a beautifully illustrated shipper and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

Diwali is the ancient Hindu ‘festival of lights’. Celebrated by millions of people in India and all around the world, the five-day festival represents the triumph of light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. The annual event marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year in October or November, with the date changing in accordance with the Hindu lunar calendar.

Festival goers also take part in puja (prayers), often kneeling before Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, to seek her divine blessing. A traditional form of art known as rangoli is frequently drawn in front of the entrance to a house or in a prayer room. Created using coloured petals, flour, rice, sand or powders, its intricate pattern serves as a welcoming gesture for the gods and is believed to trap negative energy while attracting luck.

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