After the death of the Queen of Great Britain, the demand for the return of Koh-e-Noor to India gained momentum
As soon as the news of the death of the British Queen Elizabeth II spread, Indian users on social media started.
demanding the return of Koh-e-Noor diamond to India.
On the micro-blogging website Twitter, ‘Koh-i-Noor’ has become part of the top trends on Twitter in India.
Indian consumers believe that the precious ‘Koh-i-Nur’ installed in the crown of the British Queen should be returned to India.
One thing that is becoming prominent during this discussion on social media is that Britain has many valuables.
that were either taken from other countries or looted during the colonial era, some of them valuable. Here is the item list.
1- The Great Star of Africa Diamond
Among the Queen’s many treasures, a prominent ‘Great Star of Africa Diamond’, the world’s largest diamond.
weighs around 530 carats and is worth around US$400 million.
According to one estimate, this diamond was mined in South Africa in 1905.
Many African historians write that the diamond was presented to Edward VII after it was mined.
while Indian users claim that the diamond was either stolen from India or looted during the British rule.
2- Tipu Sultan’s Ring
When Tipu Sultan lost the war to the British in 1799, one of his precious rings was allegedly taken by the British from his body.
According to several media reports, the ring was sold at an auction in the United Kingdom to an unknown individual for around 145,000 British pounds.