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Jamshedpur, July 6 (ANI): A coin museum with collections dating back to 600 BC is drawing hundreds of enthusiasts in Jharkhand.

Jamshedpur Coin Collectors Museum was opened with the donations from 135 numismatists this year.

The museum has got 1200 rare and antique coins of varied mint and metals including those of gold, silver, copper, stone and iron from various dynasties and periods.

"We also have world's smallest coin known as 'Masa' which was introduced by Magadh rulers between 300-400 AD. Our museum has got four such coins," said Kalyan Guha, founder and general secretary of the museum.The rare and antique coins fascinate every visitor as they have an opportunity to look at golden and silver coins of Mughal era under one roof. After witnessing these coins, we thought of Mughal era when India was touted as the golden bird.In the same museum, we also came across modern coins which are just made up of iron and steel," said Shaista, a visitor.The Group 2 encounter at the M Chinnaswamy stadium turned out to be a memorable one for 22-year-old Pandya, who made his international debut two months ago against Australia in Adelaide.Skipper MS Dhoni has been quite vocal of Pandya’s heroics and the youngster’s inclusion in the side seems to have solved India’s conundrum of having a bowling all-rounder.Watch: Pakistan model Qandeel Baloch comes up with yet another steamy dance Earlier, Lisha had posted an image of her with the all-rounder on her Instagram account (now deleted), calling him her ‘boo’ and adding that she found him to be “dating material”.

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