1. In this case, the husband cannot deny to give alimony to wife even if it is not mentioned in the divorce deed as the wife has the right to claim alimony from the husband mentioned in section 18 of Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act. If your husband refuses, then it will result in contempt of court and he has to pay the alimony along with the fine.
2. The court will not favour the husband as the wife is well educated but is not earning anything. There is a difference between actually earning and capable of earning which was cleared in the case of Shalija & Ors. Vs. Khobbanna. As per this,the wife will get maintenance as she is not able to maintain herself as she is not employed.
3. The husband has to return the stridhan and gold as women has the absolute right over the stridhan and not the husband. In Pratibha Rani V. Suraj Kumar case it was held that the wife has the right over the stridhan and use it as per her wish and the husband will not have any right over it. If he doesnt give it. then the wife can file a complaint under section 405 and 406 of IPC as it provides punishment for those who do not return the stridhan to wife as her right is protected under section 14 of Hindu Succession Act.