diamond news: laborer got 8.2 carat diamond in panna diamonds will be auctioned on september 21
The Ratnagarbha mines of Panna in Bundelkhand are still spewing diamonds. A laborer getting an 8.2 carat diamond from the Panna mine will now get rid of poverty. The estimated value of the diamond has been estimated at Rs 40 lakh. The auction of diamonds from the mines is going to be held in Panna this month. Diamond traders from across the country will participate in this auction.
Madhya Pradesh is the only state in the country. Where diamond is obtained from Majhgawan mine of Panna district. National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) is the only company in the country engaged in diamond mining. In November 2011, a diamond of 37.68 carats worth 2.5 crores to 5 crores was found from the Panna diamond mine, which is considered to be the largest diamond ever found in Asia. This diamond mine is just 55 kilometers away from the world famous tourist place Khajuraho.
The dense forest area of the Vindhya mountain range and the Dandakaranya region which Maharaja Chhatrasal Bundela made his capital. It is rich in mineral wealth. This diamond mine of Panna is situated between the Sone and Khan rivers. Among the 38 diamond mines of the world, the Mazgawan mine of Panna is still spewing diamonds.
About 140 rough diamonds found from the Panna mines are going to be auctioned on September 21. The value of these diamonds is in crores of rupees. Diamond traders from all the major cities of the country will reach Panna to participate in the open bidding.
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