You Don't believe Wooden spoons, forks and bowls were auctioned for Rs 1.2 crore, this was the reason - Newztezz Online

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You Don't believe Wooden spoons, forks and bowls were auctioned for Rs 1.2 crore, this was the reason


A wooden 
spoon , fork spoon and bowl used by Gandhiji will be auctioned on January 10 in Bristol, Britain. The minimum price for the auction is set at ૫૫ 5,000. Even at this price, if an Indian buys, adding the original price, commission, duty, GST, etc., the price reaches 1.5 crore. Although this is the minimum price.

Auction of many items used by Gandhiji at high prices

According to auction experts, if the bid reaches 20,000 pounds instead of 5,000, its selling price will eventually be around Rs 3 crore in Indian rupees. If the atheist price goes up, the price of a normally written bowl-spoon may go up. India could not save many of the things that Gandhiji used. Has reached abroad and is auctioned there at a high price. Living a simple life produces very expensive roots of Gandhiji's things.


This rare set of spoon-bowls was in Sumati Morarji's collection

This rare set of spoons and bowls was in the collection of Gandhiji's follower Sumati Morarji. Sumatidevi was a leading woman in the Indian shipping industry and died at the age of 18. He was associated with Gandhiji in the freedom movement. According to some of the auction company East Bristol Auctions, these items were used by Gandhiji while he was under house arrest at Aga Khan Palace in Pune and while he was in Mumbai.

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