Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched gold sovereign bonds, the gold monetisation scheme, and the Indian gold coin in New Delhi, today, says a report. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who was present at the event, said that saving money for a rainy day as been a part of the traditions of this country. He said, gold has always been attractive to India, which isn't restricted to only jewellery but also extends to raw gold. The report further states that while launching the gold related schemes, Modi said that the scheme was decided in the previous Budget, and the target was set for Dhanteras. He added that in India, Dhanteras is considered more important that weddings. He said, maximum import of gold may have taken place during this time, as people were expecting a huge market to open up.