First 10 Rs Bimetallic Commemorative Coin of India – 10 Rs Coin Gur Ta Gaddi Theme. Rare 10 Rs Coin all details explained. Check out Full Video!

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Viewers this video of Chillar Gyan introduces you all to the very less seen Bimetallic 10 Rs coin of India. If you look into the Commemorative coins of India, the first bimetallic 10 Rs coin that was put into general circulation was in the year 2009, 10 Rs coin of Dr. Homi Bhabha. But it would be wrong to call it as the first Bimetallic 10 Rs Commemorative coin of India. Prior to this coin, single 10 Rs coin UNC set was issued by Hyderabad mint which was a bimetallic coin. It was the 10 Rs coin on ‘Gur Ta Gaddi’ theme issued in the year 2008. It was also the first UNC set coin issued by Hyderabad mint.

If you look into the history of the 10 Rs Coin ‘Gur Ta Gaddi’, in the year 1708 last Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji declared holy book ‘Sri Guru Granth Sahib’ as his successor and ‘Eternal Guru’ of Sikhs. In the year 2008, this historical event completed 300 years of ‘Gur Ta Gaddi’ and was celebrated with rejoice in Nanded, Maharashtra where Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji spent his last days. To commemorate this, Indian Government issued this 10 Rs coin of ‘Gur Ta Gaddi’ in the year 2008 in single coin UNC sets from Hyderabad mint. Proof sets and UNC sets with higher denomination coins were also issued from Mumbai mint.

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