The Forum of Free Enterprise was a non-political organization founded in 1956 by A.D Shroff and was established to educate public opinion in India on free enterprise and a democratic way of life. The Forum published booklets to further its objects. The following booklet titled, “The gold problem in India” was published in 1963 and was authored by B.R Shenoy, M.A Sreenivasan, Dr. Kersi Doodah, Phiroze J.Shroff. The gold problem had become a subject of discussion back in the 1960s. The following booklet has examined this problem through the historic, economic, and constitutional purview. The article titled, “The gold problem in India,” focused on the problem, the measures adopted to solve the problem, and the probability of the measures and its consequent alternatives for a viable solution. The following article titled, “Gold, Gold, Gold,” highlighted the importance of the hidden gold mines and the purpose of establishing a Gold Mining Development Fund for the preparation of data in order to establish a prospect to attract potential entrepreneurs and investors in cultivating this mineral further. The next article titled, “The gold policy,” emphasized the gold hoarding problem and stressed upon finding better approaches for the same. The concluding article, “Constitutional and legal aspects of gold control rules,” emphasized the violative nature of the Gold Contol Rules of 1962 and underlined for its substantial reformation to preserve the rule of law.