In anticipation of the upcoming Tihar festival, the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has initiated the sale of gold and silver coins through its Mint Division. The central bank officially commenced the sale of these precious metal coins on Sunday, providing a golden opportunity for individuals to acquire these valued assets.
This year, NRB has introduced a variety of denominations to cater to the preferences of customers. Silver coins are available in 10-gram and 25-gram denominations, offering flexibility for those seeking to invest or partake in the festive spirit. The 10-gram silver coin boasts intricate designs featuring revered figures such as Goddess Lakshmi, Ganesha, Gajalakshmi, and cows, symbolizing prosperity and blessings for the auspicious occasion.
For those inclined towards gold, NRB is offering 10-gram, 5-gram, and 2.5-gram gold coins. The central bank is determined to make these coins accessible to a wider audience by providing a range of options.
As for the pricing, the 10-gram silver coin is priced at NPR 1,600, while the 25-gram silver coin is available at NPR 4,000. The cost of the gold coins is subject to daily revision due to the fluctuating gold market prices. Presently, the rates stand at NPR 102,368 for 10 grams, NPR 51,183 for 5 grams, and NPR 25,592 for 2.5 grams, making these coins a worthwhile investment for those seeking to secure their financial future.
The sale of these gold and silver coins by NRB not only contributes to the celebrations of the Tihar festival but also provides individuals with a reliable means of investing in precious metals, safeguarding their wealth and preserving cultural traditions.
As the prices of gold continue to evolve, these coins offer an exciting opportunity for individuals to engage in a valuable investment and to celebrate Tihar with elegance and grace. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to acquire these beautiful coins as a part of your festive and financial planning.