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Gold house decor in a glass box

Gold house decorations in a plastic box have become a fashionable trend for the Indian capital city of New Delhi.

A new trend in India has come up, where people have been buying gold, silver, or even diamond jewellery for their home decor.

It’s also an expensive hobby.

This trend has been going on for a while and now a number of different types of gold, metal, ornaments have been added to the decor.

In a recent post on her blog, blogger and social commentator Gita Choudhury said: “The trend of buying gold jewellery, silver jewellery and even diamond ornament has started.

The reason is that there are so many new jewellery options available in the market, and they are cheap.

This is a trend that is only getting bigger and more popular in the coming years.”

I’ve noticed a few jewellery items that are selling at a reasonable price.

There are several pieces that I think are worth a lot, but if you don’t know what they are worth, you shouldn’t buy them.

“Also, I have seen several jewellery pieces that are actually expensive but are actually selling for much less than what I paid for them.

I am sure these are just cheap jewellery in India, but these are not cheap jewelled jewellery.

These are expensive and expensive jewellery.”

Choudhure, a student of sociology at the University of Delhi, has also written about her fascination with the idea of owning jewelry in a different way.

“For me, owning jewellery was not an investment, it was a hobby.

I would buy it in my spare time.

If I didn’t have any other income, I would collect jewellery from various shops.

So I did this with my own money and it was always a hobby,” she said.

ChoudHury said that her passion for the idea was inspired by her friend, who was in her 20s and had started to invest in the Indian economy.

“She was in a bad financial situation.

She decided to buy jewellery online and she sold it all for a little money, and I was just like, ‘That’s a waste of money’.

She thought it was better to save some money.

I was like, OK, that’s fine.

But I’m not that good at saving money.”

As a result of this, ChoudHure became very interested in the idea.

“My parents have bought jewelry for a long time, and now they were just selling it.

So my parents gave me an idea.

I bought a few of these, and then my mother decided to sell them for a lot more money, too,” she told The Indian Express.

ChaudHury had recently started working with the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), an NGO in Delhi that provides services to the urban poor.

“I had been working on this for the past two years.

I had done a lot of outreach to the local communities and I thought that I could do more.

I met this organisation and I saw that they also provide a lot to the poor and they could help them.

So it just kind of clicked for me,” she added.

Chuddury said she also started to look for a shop to buy the jewellery as soon as she was able.

She did a little research and found a shop that she liked.

The shop is called ‘Mukherjee’, and it sells jewellery at a very reasonable price of Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000.

She said she bought a small amount and then decided to try and make a bigger purchase.

“So I bought some of the more expensive pieces of jewellery to sell for more money.

So when I bought more of them, I made more jewellery,” she recalled.

When Chouds first came across this new trend, she was so impressed with it, she went to the shop and got a sample.

“They had this gorgeous, gorgeous pearl, gold ornamence, and the price was a lot less than it was when I saw the price of the jewelry.

So, I was so happy,” she says.

Chudhury’s blog has more than 1.4 million views and has been shared more than 100,000 times.