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ALL SOUL'S DAY OR THE CEMETERY FEAST IN KGF An excerpt from my book KOLAR GOLD FIELDS DOWN MEMORY LANE - MEMORIES OF ALL SOULS DAY IN KGF - All Souls Day fall... s on the 2nd of November every year. It is primarily a day for remembering the departed souls and is observed mainly by Catholics and Anglicans.

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Kolar Gold Fields is located at a distance of 30 Km from Kolar and 100 Km from Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. Kolar Gold Fields refers to the land owned by Bharat Gold Mines Limited or BGML. Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines of the world.

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In Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), which was once the cash cow of British Raj and has a fascinating history of mining, around 25,000 people depend on Bengaluru for work. Located 90 km away from the IT capital, this township has been surviving on Bengaluru's proximity ever since the mines closed in 2001.

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The Kolar Gold Fields is located 27 Kms away from Kolar. The K.G.F. City is entirely a creation of the Gold mining industry. The Champion mine is the deepest mine in the world. The BEML, recently established at this place by the Union Government as a large scale industry for the manufacture of Earth moving Equipments and Crawler tractors.

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The Kolar Gold Fields (KGF) in Karnataka – about 50 kilometres from modern-day Bangalore – is possibly the oldest gold mine in India. Historical references suggest that gold was mined there at various points of time from the first century BC, through the period of the Chola Empire between the year 900 and 1000 AD and the Vijayanagar Empire ...

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Kolar Gold Fields (KGF) was one of the major gold mines in India and is located in the Kolar district in Karnataka, close to the city of Bangalore. It was closed in 2003 due …

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As the mining goes on gold content become less.This results in mining becoming uneconomical.The core of the mine becomes less dense .The mining at that sector is abandoned.As mining gets deeper not only gold content come down but also seepage of w...

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Nov 21, 2014· SOME IMPORTANT DATES IN THE HISTORY OF KGF The earliest authentic record of Kolar Gold Fields is found in a report in the Asiatic Jour... KGF Club Oograum KGF The KGF Golf Club was established in 1885 and is the oldest club in KGF.

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Kolar Gold Fields (KGF) was one of the major gold mines in India and was considered the world's second deepest gold mine. After almost 2,000 years of gold mining, and three centuries of great importance, the mines were closed a few years ago.

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Kolar Gold Field is known as a major gold producing centre in India has some of the deepest gold mines in the earth's surface. Systematic gold mining started in this field in about 1880 with the arrival of M/s Jonn Yaylor & Sons, Managing Arents, KGF mines had produced gold from reefs averaging 18.5 g/te/ The average gold content in ores ...

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Jul 09, 2013· kgf mines to reopen - supreme court order 10th july 2013 The Supreme Court on Tuesday 9th July 2013, approved the Central Government of India's Decision to invite Global Tenders for restarting the Bharat Gold Mines Ltd at Kolar Gold Fields which was shut down more than a …

Kolar Gold Fields - Wikipedia

The Beginnings. Gold was first mined in the area around Kolar in the 2 nd and 3 rd century AD by the digging of small pits. During the Chola period in the 9th and 10th century AD the scale of the operation grew, but large-scale mining only came in the 1850s under the British with more manpower and sophisticated machinery.

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Kolar Gold Fields are believed to be the second deepest gold mines in the world. Situated at a distance of approximately 120 km from Bangalore, these mines were closed down in the year 2003 because of reducing deposits and hiking costs.

Bharat Gold Mines Limited - Wikipedia

The Kolar Gold Mine, as a collectivity of three mines, viz. Champion, Mysore and Nandydroog, at the Kolar Gold Fields was one of the largest and deepest Gold Mines of the world and the only recognized gold mine in India. Because of these mines Kolar has several firsts to its credit.