Kohinoor diamond is the valuable diamond in the world | Weight of Kohinoor diamond and it is of 105 carats
The Kohinoor diamond is the property of the Telugu people and this is the valuable diamond in the world. It was found in the Kollur mines in the Golconda region and the meaning of Kohinoor is mountain of light in the Persian language. The diamond is 105 carats with 21.6 grams of weight. The Kakatiya king, Rudra had made an agreement with the Khilji dynasty and offered the Kohinoor diamond along with precious treasure in 1310 A.D. Babar had described the half value of Kohinoor diamond was the amount spent across the world in one day. Malwa king entered the history as the first king of the Kohinoor diamond. After that Ala Ud Din Khilji had owned it by defeating the Malwa king. The Kohinoor diamond became the property of Babar family in 1526 year.
When the Mughal dynasty was collapsing, Nadar Shah thought of owning the diamond but he could know the information about the diamond. After few days he came to know that Mohammad Shah would keep the diamond in this crown. So he invited Mohammad Shah for dinner and proposed to exchange the crowns. There was no other option for the Mohammad Shah and gave the diamond to him. Nadar shah had described the diamond as mountain of light and the name was retained for it. This popular diamond led to many disputes among the kings. The Persian and Hindu kings fought many wars for the diamond. At last, the diamond was owned by the British. When the queen Victoria was declared as the princess of Hindustan, the diamond was set in her crown. There are many stories about the diamond and the people say that it is good for the females to wear this diamond and bad for the males if they wear Kohinoor diamond.
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