This will enable devotees to make deities as partners in their business and share the profit with the temple accordingly.
TTD is the first shrine management in the country till date to open a Demat account.
Market regulator Sebi on Monday announced no-frills or basic trading accounts for retail individual investors.
A religious trust has moved the Bombay High Court after the NSDL refused permission to open the accounts.
Around 10 per cent of Gujarat's demat accounts have been closed.
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