Ratnagarbha spewed four diamonds in Panna: became a millionaire while digging the soil, found a diamond on the foot of the forest – न्यूज़लीड India

Ratnagarbha spewed four diamonds in Panna: became a millionaire while digging the soil, found a diamond on the foot of the forest


Neeru Pal was going through the forest, found a diamond lying on the trail

The earth blessed Neeru Pal, who lives in Panna city. He was going through the trail for some work from the forests of Panna bypass every day. Here he saw a shining stone in the soil, so he picked it up and kept it in his pocket. He thought it might be a diamond. When he reached the diamond mine at the district headquarters of Panna, his jeweler examined there and told that it was a diamond. Whose weight is 1.30 carats. Its cost will be in lakhs. This is a non-chiseled diamond. Neeru, after completing the government process, deposited the diamond in the office and got the receipt. Luck made him shine by giving him a diamond on the way.

Puran Ahirwar's luck woke up after 30 years

Puran Ahirwar’s luck woke up after 30 years

Puran Ahirwar, who lives in Panna rural area, has been digging the soil since 30 years ago by taking lease of diamond mine at different places. He grew from young to old. His fate suddenly turned on Thursday. In fact, Puran had taken the page of the mine in Krishna Kalyanpur Patti area. He has got a 1.10 carat diamond here. As soon as he came in the hands of the diamond, his face also shone like a diamond. God had fulfilled his wish. He has come to the diamond office and deposited the diamond. Expressing his happiness during a discussion with the local media, Pooran told that whatever money he will get in the diamond auction, he will start some business for his children.

Six comrades had made a lease of the mine for 200 rupees, a diamond of 3.21 carat has been found.

Six comrades had made a lease of the mine for 200 rupees, a diamond of 3.21 carat has been found.

Rajendra Gupta, a laborer living in Brijpur area of ​​Panna, along with six friends had made a lease to dig diamonds by depositing only 200 rupees in Bharka, Sirswaha area. He got success after about one and a half months. Rajendra and his associates have found a diamond of about 3.21 carats after washing the soil. At first, he and his companions could not believe that the bright stone they had in their hands was a diamond. When the diamond reached the office amid doubts, it came to know that they had brought a diamond worth more than Rs 15 lakh. The happiness of Rajendra and his companions knew no bounds. Thanking God, they went home happily.

Omprakash got a rich diamond worth more than 16 lakhs from the mine

Omprakash got a rich diamond worth more than 16 lakhs from the mine

In Krishna Kalyanpur Patti of Panna, Omprakash Jogi is making a living for the family by buying a lot. They have been working from place to place. Now I had taken the lease of the mine. The earth here brought light to Omprakash’s life. He has found a diamond of about 4 carats from the mine. It is the heaviest diamond among the diamonds deposited on Thursday. Whose price itself is being estimated to be more than 16 lakhs. Omprakash and his family have been sweating day and night by digging the soil in the diamond mine for a long time. God has fulfilled his wish in a jiffy. Omprakash says that Lord Jugal Kishore fulfilled his wish, now his days of poverty will pass.

Bright diamonds are found in Panna

Bright diamonds are found in Panna

Diamonds are still available to the laborers in Panna, most of them are bright diamonds. When these diamonds are sculpted, they shine in the light. Gems quality diamonds fetch a good price at auction. The four diamonds deposited in the diamond office on Thursday are of bright quality only. All of these will be put up for auction. It is expected that the cost of all the four diamonds will be around Rs 45 lakh. However, whatever amount will be deposited in the government treasury by the traders after auction. Out of this, 12 percent amount of tax etc. will be deducted and transferred online to the laborers.

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