Jambūnada gold ［閻浮檀金］ (; embudan-gon): Also, Jāmbūnada gold. Gold produced from the gold dust found in rivers running through the forest of jambu trees in Jambudvīpa. The Sanskrit name Jambūnada indicates a river flowing through jambu trees. This gold is said to be found also under the jambu trees in Jambudvīpa. Buddhist scriptures regard it as the finest among all kinds of gold.