Kohinoor will be displayed as a symbol of victory. Manager Sophie Lemagne has given this information. The Kohinoor tourist attraction is part of the new Jewel House exhibition and is accompanied by a video that shows the diamond’s journey around the world.
During the hundred years of rule over India, the British looted a lot from here and filled it in their coffers. The diamond that crossed seven seas from India. There was always talk that Kohinoor would be brought to India. But amid all the buzz, the world famous Kohinoor diamond will be displayed in the Tower of London as a symbol of victory. The famous Kohinoor diamond will be displayed in an exhibition that started on Friday, May 26, at the Tower of London in Britain. Kohinoor will be displayed as a symbol of victory. Manager Sophie Lemagne has given this information. The Kohinoor tourist attraction is part of the new Jewel House exhibition and is accompanied by a video that shows the diamond’s journey around the world.
Sophie Lemagnan said that Kohinoor is a precious diamond, which has a long history. It has passed through the hands of many celebrities. The diamond was part of the crown of the late Queen Elizabeth II, which the new Queen Camilla refused to wear. Now this crown is kept in the “Tower of London”.
story of kohinoor
The Kohinoor that reached Britain from India is of 105.6 carats. It is considered the largest diamond in the world. Its history is more than five thousand years old. The present name of the diamond is in Persian which means mountain of light. According to experts, this diamond was discovered five thousand years ago during the excavation in the mines of Golconda in Andhra Pradesh. After this he reached Malwa in 1304. From here Orugallu in 1306, Delhi in 1323, Samarkand Uzbekistan in 1339, back to Delhi in 1526, Parshi (now Iran) in 1739, Kabul Afghanistan in 1747, Punjab in 1800, Lahore in 1849, Britain in 1854.