Unknown person donates diamonds worth Rs 1.18 crore at Shirdi
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An unidentified person donated two diamonds worth Rs 1.18 crore at Sri Saibaba temple here, Saibaba trust officials said here today.
The diamonds – of three and two carat each studded in a gold pendant - valued at Rs 1.18 crore were found in a cash box yesterday, they said.
However, the donor is not known, they said.
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