Three Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Opt For Gold Coins This Akshaya Tritiya
Your phone must be flooded with messages and emails about offers on gold coins with Akshaya Tritiya around the corner. But I’d like you to take a moment to consider whether you really want to buy gold coins this year? A-kshaya means “never diminishing”, in Sanskrit, which is why on the auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, people generally believe in the tradition to start a new venture and invest in gold.
However, we millennials are all about living in the moment, right? So except for expecting better future returns, do we think purchasing gold coins will add any utility to our lives right now? Even if you invest in property, do you prefer to buy a fully furnished, ready-to-use house, or the one that has just four walls? What I am trying to say here is – Invest in Jewellery than simply buying Gold Coins! They look prettier, are useful and also hold a stronger emotional connect.
And here’s why,
- If you are planning to use your coins to manufacture jewellery later, you will overall be paying higher labour charge, since you are charged a minuscule amount of labour on the making of every gold coin.
- When you buy jewellery on an auspicious day, you are not only investing in gold or diamonds, but you can also start using it immediately. So you not only invest but you also start something new (well at least you’re beginning to use something new).
- And the reason that matters the most – The feeling of owning a piece of jewellery is much better than having a gold coin. Don’t you agree?
Now, if you believe that gold coins can be available from a few thousands whereas jewellery needs a higher budget, you could be thinking otherwise. Here’s why, the best property of gold is that a lot of design can be created with little amount of gold. All the images of jewellery shown in this post are made using just 0.80 grams to 3 grams of gold, and are so stylish.
Style Prer suggests, do let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Wishing you all very Happy and Blessed Akshay Tritiya!
Image Courtesy: Rashida Goryawala.