Gullak is a Hindi derivative of English Good Luck. The word Good Luck refers to an Indian custom where guest of a house gives a small change in the hands of host's kids. This small change is usually placed by the kids in a Piggy Bank as savings. Consequently, the word Gullak became a synonym for Piggy Bank. Whatever, be the origin of the word Gullak, now collectors have found a novel way of collecting these Piggy Banks themselves as interesting objects of collection.
Keeping in mind this inherent nature of saving tit-bits in a place, we have christened this newspaper Gullak, as it is going to be a depository of numismatic information. Gullak is a platform where every numismatist is bound to find things of his interest, be it a collector, a dealer, a scholar or an investor. The whole idea of Gullak is to present a family newspaper that covers the whole of numismatic industry. You will find here scholarly articles; popular notes & information; new discoveries; profiles of numismatists; news pertaining to recent developments & new issues from Indian mints; fakes; reports of recent coin fairs; and of course, advertisements.
Although there is a subscription for hard copies of Gullak, which shall cover its production cost; the soft copy of Gullak is uploaded on the Internet and one can read it there or download and print it at home for absolutely free at www.gullak.in or at www.NGSofIndia.com