2019 Tuvalu 1 oz Silver $1 Diwali Medallion

2019 Tuvalu 1 oz Silver $1 Diwali Medallion

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Diwali is an ancient five day Hindu "festival of lights". Celebrated by millions around the world, the five-day (October 25-29, 2019) festival represents new beginnings and the triumph of light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
  • The coin is presented in a contemporary latex case which displays both sides of the coin and is accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity.
  • Limited mintage of 5,000 coins.
  • Obverse: A rangoli pattern is depicted on the medallion’s obverse.
  • Reverse: Features a colored representation of Lakshmi and Ganesha sitting on lotus flowers against decorated panels. Lakshmi holds lotus flowers and is dropping coins from her palm into a bowl at her feet. Ganesha grasps a bowl of sweets, a lotus flower and a conch shell symbolizing victory. A rat offers the god a delicacy from the selection before him. The design includes the inscription ‘happy diwali’, the medallion’s weight and fineness and The Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mint mark.

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The annual event marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year in October or November, with the date changing in accordance with the Hindu lunar calendar. Observed through domestic rituals of cleaning, renewal, gift-giving and decorating homes with lights and oil lamps called diyas, the festival is celebrated with elaborate family feasts and fireworks. Festival goers also take part in puja (prayers), often kneeling before Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, to seek her divine blessing.

A traditional form of art known as rangoli is frequently drawn in front of the entrance to a house or in a prayer room. Created using colored petals, flour, rice, sand or powders, this intricate design serves as a welcoming gesture for the gods and is believed to trap negative energy while attracting luck. During Diwali, Ganesha is also revered as the deity of intellect, the patron of arts and sciences, and remover of obstacles. He is worshipped with Lakshmi to welcome wisdom along with wealth.

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