The First Automated Diamond Jewelry and Gold Coins Launched in India
An Indian company has launched the first car in the world to distribute gold and silver coins, and jewelry inlaid with diamonds.The first automated diamond jewelry and gold coins launched in India.Gitanjali Group launches luxury auto retailer in a shopping center in downtown Mumbai, India’s financial capital, on the occasion of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, celebrated across the country recently.
Diwali is celebrated period that is considered by Hindus as the traditional shopping favorable gold and jewelry. India is the largest buyer of gold in the world.”The car is the first of its kind in the world and will revolutionize the process of purchasing precious metals and jewelry,” said Sanjeev Agarwal, Director Gitanjali Export Corporation.The buyer can choose from 36 different product sizes, models and prices, ranging from 1,000 rupees (14 euros) and 30,000 rupees (430 euros). Payments are made through credit cards or cash.Indian group said in a statement that this car is “ideal for last minute shopping for special occasions.”