Mohur


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Mohur

 

a gold coin of India. Mohurs were minted between the 16th and 18th centuries and, later, from 1835 to 1891 and from 1916 to 1919. After 1835 their value was expressed in rupees, with 1 mohur equaling 15 silver rupees.

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2/3 mohur (= 1 zho-gang) of Ranjit Malla of Bhadgaon, dated NS 842 (AD 1722), cut with a straight line without further trimming.
Mine, a tall, black Marwari with sleepy eyes, is Mohur, or "gold coin".
For the second performance of Kalpanik Sambadal on 21 March 1796 "the number of subscribers [was] limited to two hundred," and the price raised to "One Gold Mohur a ticket," as announced in the Calcutta Gazette of 10 March 1796.
In Agra, two lowly men - Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal) and Mohammed (Adeel Akhtar) - are chosen by British authorities to present the monarch with a ceremonial gold coin called a mohur. They travel to Windsor Castle, where Abdul catches Victoria's eye and is rapidly promoted to the monarch's spiritual adviser or "Munshi".
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Basu's body, draped in the national flag and placed in a gun carriage was carried to Mohur Kunj, where the State police personnel offered a 21-gun salute to the former Chief Minister.
(If the calculations are performed with the exclusion of the cost of clothing, then the amount must be reckoned as vast: 6000 tolas of silver daily for 3 years, plus 4 silver srang for each of the 5000 yogis for 36 months and 10 gold mohur for each of the 5000 on 6 other occasions.)
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