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Diwali is the most important holiday in India. It's a New Year's celebration that is also known as the "Festival of Lights", and is celebrated by millions of people every year. The notion of light triumphing over dark is incredibly symbolic; so universal that it has inspired cultures around the world for centuries. But Diwali is more than a single flame; it fills homes, streets, and hearts with light. Diwali revelers are an incredibly diverse ethno-cultural group. Hindu, Sikh, Jain… every faith has its own Diwali legends, but the unifying thread is always a celebration of good triumphing over evil.
Breathtaking in 99.99% pure gold, this coin designed by Canadian artist Sarindar Dhaliwal, captures the shimmering essence of the Festival of lights. A diya (clay lamp) is at the coin's centre and symbols from the Hindu, Sikh and Jain faith form a series of rings around it. The outermost ring is inspired by an inlay from the Taj Mahal but consists of Canadian symbols. Trilliums and Pacific dogwood blossoms represent the cities of Toronto (Ontario) and Vancouver (British Columbia) where the nation's largest populations of Indo-Canadians reside. Canada's national symbol, the maple leaf, is also present.
This is a unique and upscale collectible that will make an outstanding gift during the most cherished of Indian Celebrations.
• 2015 $200 Pure Gold Coin: Diwali: Festival of Lights
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