12 Auspicious Days in 2013 to Buy Gold

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, January 21, 2013   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: With the perspective of religion, India is the only millionaire, a land which everyone desire to visit and experience at least once. Gold has always been an integral part of Indian culture and buying gold is regarded very auspicious. And now buying gold is no more confined to religions and luck. Looking at the increasing trend even jewelers are not left behind to tempt the customers with attractive discounts and offer. Here are 12 most fortunate days aka "tithis" (dates) which are regarded as auspicious in India to buy gold, as enlisted by Yahoo.



1. Shree Ganesh Jayanti


February 13



Ganesh Jayanti is an auspicious day devoted to Lord Ganesha in Magh month i.e. between January to February. According to the Hindu calendar, 2013 Ganesh Jayanti will be celebrated on February 13. Ganesh Jayanti is the most celebrated festival in Maharashtra, India. The day is regarded as lord Ganesh's birthday and also believed that buying gold on the occasion brings good luck.



2. Gudi Padwa


April 11



Gudi padwa is a Maharashtrian New Year celebrated every year on the first day of Chaitra month. Gudi Padwa is the Marathi name for Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. It is believed that buying gold on the first day of the New Year will bring financial good luck along with it.



3. Akshaya Tritiya



May 13



The day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Vishnu's sixth incarnation i.e. Lord Parshurama. Also known as Akha Teej is jointly a Hindu as well as Jain festival. The meaning of the word Akshaya is infinite that which never recede. It is believed that buying gold in Akshaya Tritiya invokes prosperity. Many of the jewelers provide attractive offers on Akshaya Tritiya and can be good opportunity for buyers to invest in gold.



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Reader's comments(3)
1: Ganesh Charturthi is in November and Ganesh Jayanti is in February.
Posted by:Asha - 31 Jan, 2013
2: It is Ganesh Chaturti, not Ganesh Jayanti...!
Posted by:Vishala - 28 Jan, 2013
3: Interesting..!!
Posted by:Aashiya - 21 Jan, 2013
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