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Queen Elizabeth II: Kohinoor in the crown of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth-II.. now our diamond will go to someone else

Queen Elizabeth II: Kohinoor in the crown of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth-II.. now our diamond will go to someone else
Queen Elizabeth II: Kohinoor in the crown of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth-II.. now our diamond will go to someone else

Kohinoor diamond.. This is the most famous diamond in the world. This brilliant diamond with 105.6 carats is in the news again. It is also known as ‘Hill of Lights’. The Kohinoor is one of the 2,800 diamonds in the crown of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. This crown was made in 1937. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth-2 died yesterday, now to whom will this crown go? Questions are arising.

Queen Elizabeth II: Kohinoor diamond.. This is the most famous diamond in the world. This brilliant diamond with 105.6 carats is in the news again. It is also known as ‘Hill of Lights’. The Kohinoor is one of the 2,800 diamonds in the crown of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. This crown was made in 1937. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth-2 died yesterday, now to whom will this crown go? Questions are arising.

Elizabeth-II’s son and heir Prince Charles is likely to be declared the King of Britain. He is likely to continue in that capacity, continuing as King Charles III. This gives the crown with the Kohinoor diamond to Charles’s wife Camilla as queen. This will allow Camilla to wear the Kohinoor crown. Speaking at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations held in Britain this year, Elizabeth-II said that her daughter-in-law Camilla will be the next queen.

The Kohinoor diamond has a long history. The Kohinoor diamond was first discovered in the 14th century in the Golconda mines of India. This diamond passed into British hands in 1849. Even before that many people changed hands. Although Kohinoor has been a part of the British Queen’s crown since 1849, the dispute between four countries including India continues regarding its historical ownership rights. Efforts are also being made to bring Kohinoor back to India.

Afghanistan and Pakistan, which have historical ties with the Kohinoor, claim ownership rights. This diamond went to Queen Victoria after the British invaded Punjab in 1849. After that the royal family is part of the crown. In 2005, Elizabeth II’s son and heir, Prince Charles, married Camilla for the second time.

Camilla was also previously married. They divorced Prince Charles and Diana in 1996. There are reports that this crown will go to Charles’s wife Camilla. There is a demand to return the ancient artefacts that were taken from many countries during the regime.

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