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All of you familiar with the most precious Kohinoor Diamond, right it has a never end history recently UK MP of Indian origin Mr. Keith Vaz was claimed that India wants to get back the precious Kohinoor Diamond from Britishers, this revolution ignited by Shashi Tharoor and Mr. Keith Vaz joined in it.

History of Kohinoor Diamond
This Kohinoor Diamond has very long bloody history. “If he who owns this stone will own the world, but will also know all its disasters”. 
If you keen observe the history of this Diamond, you can start believing the curse that made by it.

Know the bloody history of great Kohinoor Diamond:

Story starts 5000 years ago

History of Kohinoor Diamond
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The precious Kohinoor Diamond is mined in medieval times in the Kollur mine located in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur district. This was stated in a Sanskrit script, where it was called as “Syamantaka Mani”.

1200s - 1300s

History of Kohinoor Diamond
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From here it is under the ownership of several rulers and finally reached to the great Kakthiya Empire Rajah of Marwah in 1306.


History of Kohinoor Diamond
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After the fall of Kakathiya Empires Era, the precious jewel comes under the tenure of the Delhi Sultanate.


History of Kohinoor Diamond
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After Delhi Sulthnate it passes towards the great Mughal Empire Babur for the next 200 years.


History of Kohinoor Diamond
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Later the Mughal Emporor defeated by Nadir Shah and took it off to Persia. Where it placed on his Peacock Throne.


After Nadir shah death, the great Diamond takes his grandson Shah Shuja in Punjab, where it protected until the British take control.


History of Kohinoor Diamond
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Lord Dalhousie who is the Governor General of India when India ruling by the British. He exhibits this precious jewel at the Crystal Palace, London. Later it cuts from 186 carats to 105 carats.


History of Kohinoor Diamond
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Later the priceless stone fixed into the crown of Queen Elizabeth, who is the wife of King George VI.

Now it time to get back to where it belongs, but God only knows where it will go.

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