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Gold notes glitter at Pune show
by Aditi Tandon
The Times of India Translate This Article
31 May 2005
On 30 May 2005 The Times of India reported on a four-day exhibition in Pune displaying various coins and currencies from around the world. Among them, is the Raam currency note that depicts Lord Raam. The Maharishi Vedic City Council in Iowa, USA, introduced the currency on 26 October 2001, the day of Vijaya Dashami, or 'Victory Day'. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The article explained that one 'Raam' is worth approximately ten US dollars, and is exchangeable in 35 US states, as well as the Netherlands.
The author of this piece then went on to describe some of the other rare and valuable coins and notes featured at the Pune exhibition.
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