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"Names and attributes must be accommodated to the essence of things, and not the essence to the names, since things come first and names afterwards." – Galileo

How can I get my CIBIL credit score online for free?

You can now get it for free and instantly online at wishfin.com/cibil-score

Get your free CIBIL score at wishfin.com

Get your free CIBIL score at wishfin.com/cibil-score

This is much more user-friendly than getting it from CIBIL itself. Wishfin is the first company in India which CIBIL has directly integrated with to give users free CIBIL credit scores.

Many others give “free scores” when you search on Google, but those credit scores are not CIBIL, rather they are from other sources which banks don’t care for. CIBIL score is the only one that banks in India trust.

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Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi” – the world’s most expensive painting?

The most recently authenticated (“rediscovered”) portrait of Jesus Christ has now become most expensive work of art ever sold with an auction price of $450.3 Million. Take a look at this 500 year old work of the Grand Master below:

Leonardo_da_Vinci_Salvator Mundi

Leonardo da Vinci – ‘Salvator Mundi’

Without doubt, this painting broke the previous record of both privately sold paintings and auctions. The previous titleholder was “The Card Players” by Paul Cézanne which was sold for $300 Million.

BUT… there are many paintings which have never seen an auction/sale and which are considered “priceless” and owned by sovereign governments. For instance what would be the value of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous “MONA LISA”?  As per sources, in 1962, the insurance valuation for Mona Lisa was $100 Million, which basis inflation should be worth $800 Million today, thus making it the most valuable painting as per the Guinness Book of World Records. (Source: http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/highest-insurance-valuation-for-a-painting ).

 

 

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