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An Ancient Gold Fashion From King Tutankhamen

The Egypt history is rich with  gold artifacts from their ancient kingdom, including the artifacts of King Tutankhamun. On every artifacts found, clearly shown that the ancient egypt peoples love gold ornaments and all form of jewelry. Their jewelry was designed  and crafted with great tough, and worn with a careful and loveful attention, all because they really appreciated their jewelry more than the ornaments to their beauty, but also the spirit of every their jewelry. For you that still unclear about King Tutankhamun, he was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (ruled 1333 BC – 1324 BC in the conventional chronology), during the period of Egyptian history known as the New Kingdom. His name Tutankhamun means “Living Image of Amun” (www.crystalinks.com). Below I would share about his great artifacts which showed high fashion tastes of the king. Continue reading


March 26, 2010 Posted by | 'Eager to Know' Stories, Learn Gold, Spiritual of Gold | Leave a comment

Gold As A Tool To Show Our Love To God

Posted by NGDlover

When I was writing this article, I m not in good feeling to talk about gold , since it price is dropping more and more. But I just want to show to all of you, that gold, beside its usability in economic matters, is a tool to show your love with your God.  Really…? 🙂

Take a look ! maybe you will have a new different point of view to your gold….I hope I could always update this article whenever I get a news about gold and god relationship in all manner. Your suggestions is needed and will be accepted by me with a friendly smile.

(Sorry for this article  is still under construction, but still worth to read this  beta articles, I hope I can update it as soon as possible…)

I use Wikipedia’s categories of religion.

For Christians here >>

For Moslems here >>

For Hindu here >>

For Buddhists here >>

For Shinto here…

For Sikh here >>

For Jewish here…


March 16, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, News of Gold, Spiritual of Gold | Leave a comment

Christians and Gold

Place Of Worship

The St. Joseph The Betrothed

The famous St. Joseph The Betrothed which is an Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church in Chicago, Illinois. Its thirteen gold domed roof is symbolizing the twelve apostles with the largest center dome symbolizing Jesus Christ. The interior of the church is completely adorned with byzantine style icons (frescoes). Unfortunately the iconographer was deported back to his homeland before he was able to write the names of all the saints as prescribed by iconographic traditions.

St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery  is a functioning monastery in Kiev, Ukraine. The monastery is located on the Western side of the Dnieper River on the edge of a bluff northeast of the St. Sophia Cathedral.

This monastery has a long story, but a history that related with its golden dome is occured during the spring of 1935. It is time  when the golden domes of the monastery were pulled down. The cathedral’s silver royal gates, Mazepa’s reliquary (weighing two poods of silver) and other valuables were sold abroad or simply destroyed.

The newly rebuilt St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Cathedral was officially opened on May 30, 1999. However, interior decorations, mosaics, and frescoes were not completed until May 28, 2000. During the following four years, 18 out of 29 mosaics and other objets d’art from the original cathedral were returned from Moscow after years of tedious discussion between Ukrainian and Russian authorities. However, by the end of 2006, the remaining frescoes of the monastery are going to be transferred from the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg to Kiev. They are placed in a special preserve that is owned by the municipality rather than the church body.

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February 11, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, Spiritual of Gold | 1 Comment

Buddhists And Gold


The famous Zen (about Zen here) temple Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion) which is formally known as Rokuonji. The Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku) Temple (Ji), is laid on the grounds of the Rokuon-ji temple complex in Kyoto Japan. It is a three-story building with the top two stories of the pavilion are covered with pure gold leaf. It function is a Shariden (reliquary) which mean is a place where the bone of the Buddha externals was enshrined (Buddha’s Ashes). Continue reading

February 11, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, News of Gold, Spiritual of Gold | 1 Comment

Sikh And Gold

The Golden Temple or Darbar Sahib, situated in Amritsar, Punjab, is the most sacred temple and a symbol of the magnificence and strength of the Sikh people in the world. In its architecture are included, symbols associated with other places of worship. This is an example of the spirit of tolerance and acceptance that the Sikh philosophy propounds. The history of the Darbar Sahib starts with Guru Amar Das, who took the first steps towards building a shrine. Around the Golden Temple, the holy city of Amritsar came into being.

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February 10, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, Spiritual of Gold | 1 Comment

Hindu and Gold

Kashi Vishwanath temple is one of the most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is in the holy city of Varanasi, India. The temple stands on the western bank of Hinduism’s holiest river Ganges, and the deity is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas the holiest of Shiva deities. The main deity is known by the name Vishwanatha or Vishweshwara meaning the Ruler of the universe. The temple town that claims to be the oldest living city in the world, with 3500 years of documented history is also called Kashi and hence the temple is popularly called as Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Due to this 15.5m high golden spire, the temple is sometimes called as the Golden Temple, similar to the Sikh Gurudwara at Amritsar.

Tiruvarangam (Koyil) Srirangam Temple, the largest and among the grandest temples in India and a treasure house of art, Srirangam enshrines Vishnu – Ranganatha in a reclining posture and its entrance is crowned with the loftiest tower in India.

It is the one of the greatest centers of the Sri Vaishnava religion and among the most visited pilgrimage centers in India. Undoubtedly the largest temple in India, and one among the grandest, it is a treasure house of art  freezing various architectural styles over a period of time. It boasts of the tallest temple tower in India. Referred to as heaven on earth it is an ancient  center of worship – vibrant with tradition and festivals.

This temple enshrines Ranganathar in the central sanctum, crowned with a gold plated Pranava Vimanam or Paravasudeva Vimanam. A total of 7 concentric prakarams surround this shrine, housing several mandapams, tanks and shrines. The area enclosed by the outermost wall is over a hundred ares. A total of 21 towers adorn the temple.

Gold Sari Clothing

A Sari is a women clothing commonly  used in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. It is a very long strip of cloth to wrap around womens body.

The Sari is clothing is said in the Vedas that it is made from material heaven and become a part of the Eternal Spiritual Kingdom of God.

Sari clothing itself wore by many ways . it is also religious according to the color of cloth one wears in Indiaso that you can know about the person.
Such as if a woman wears white she is considered a widow. A man who wears white is married. A person in saffron, peach, or Orange is a renunciat or Celibate student, or monk.
The bride wears red and gold for her wedding dress and man white silk. Depending how one wears their sari you can know if they ar Gujarati, or Bengali where ever they are from they wear it diffidently. These are religious ways of the cloth in India.

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February 10, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, Spiritual of Gold | 1 Comment

Moslems and Gold

Place of Worship

Bandar Sri Begawan Mosque, Brunei

This mosque also known as Masjid Jame` Asr located in the capital of Brunei Dar Es salaam. Opening in 1994 to commemorate the silver Jubilee of His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah`s reign. This mosque become the largest and the increible mosque inside this country with shimmering golden domes, sea blue roof, and slender minarets

Dome Of The Rock Mosque, Jerussalem

Also known as Masjid Qubbah As Sakhrah, located at Jerussalem, Palestina. Build around 690 M by Abdul Malik bin Marwan. It is a major landmark located on The Temple Mount in Jerusalem. This mosque serve it position as important and oldest Islamic Building in the world.

The Dome is in the shape of a Byzantine martyrium, a structure intended for the housing and veneration of saintly relics, and is an excellent example of middle Byzantine art. al-Maqdisi reports that surplus funds consisting of 100,000 gold dinar coins were melted down and cast on the dome’s exterior, “which at the time had a strong glitter that no eye could look straight at it.”.

Dian Al Mahri Mosque, Depok

.Located at Depok, West Java. This Mosque is built in 1999 and opened for public in 2006. The owner is Hj. Dian Djurian Maimun Al Rasyid.

It has 5 gold plated-domes with the largest has 16 meters diameter and 25 meters height with total mosque area is 8000 square meters stands in 100 hectare area

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin, Brunei

This 24 carat-gold dome mosque is located in Bandar Seri Begawan, the Capital of Brunei. This Royal Islamic Mosque is built in 1958. Even more, this mosque is considered as the most spectacular mosque in the Asia Pasific, and become a Major tourist attraction.

Suneri Mosque, Lahore

This three golden dome mosque is located in the centre of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Built by Nawab Syed Bhikari Khan on 1753 CE. The marble domes cover seven prayer chambers. Four lofty minarets stand at the four corners of the mosque, each with an outer circumference of 20 metres, soaring up to 54 metres.

.Al Askari, Samarra

Build in 944 M, also known as ” Tomb or Mausoleum of the Two Imāms”, “the Tomb of Imāms ‘Alī al-Hādī and Hasan al-‘Askarī” and “al-Hadhratu l-‘Askariyya”. It is located in the Iraqi city of Samarra 125 km from Baghdad.

Its dome was destroyed in a bombing by Sunni extremists in February 2006 and its two remaining minarets were destroyed in another bombing in June 2007, causing widespread anger amongst Shī‘ah Muslims. The remaining clock tower was also destroyed in July 2007

source : 6 Golden Dome Mosque in the world (by Syed Azaharul Asyriq), and Wikipedia

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February 10, 2010 Posted by | Learn Gold, Spiritual of Gold | 1 Comment


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