Britain’s new Queen Camilla has not included the Kohinoor in the crown selected for her coronation on May 6. Camilla has chosen Queen Mary’s crown for this.
Now everyone can see the beauty of Kohinoor
London: world famous Kohinoor Diamond There has always been a discussion around the world about this. Different claims have also been made about Kohinoor. Now the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP), the organization that manages Britain’s palaces, has said that it will be kept for the general public this week. Through a combination of objects and visual projections in the new Jewel House exhibition History of Kohinoor And its beauty will be told.
India has been claiming the disputed colonial-era Kohinoor diamond, but it will now be put on display for the general public at Britain’s Crown Jewels in the Tower of London in May. The new Queen Camilla refused to include the Kohinoor in her crown. After this it was now kept in the royal treasury.
Kohinoor in the crown of Elizabeth II’s mother
The Kohinoor diamond, known for its beauty, is currently in the crown of the late Queen Elizabeth II’s mother, although Britain’s new Queen Camilla has included it in her crown on May 6 this year with her husband, King Charles III. The disputed Kohinoor diamond has not been included in the crown he has selected.
The HRP said about the new program regarding the display, “The history of the Koh-i-Noor, which is currently in the crown of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, will be kept for the general public to see.” It was further said on his part, “Through a combination of things and visual projections, this precious stone will be placed before the world, which has been considered a symbol of victory. Earlier this Kohinoor has been with many people including Mughal Emperors, Shahs of Iran, Emirs of Afghanistan and Sikh Maharajas.
Duleep Singh presented the Kohinoor to Queen Victoria
Kohinoor, which is called Mountain of Light in Parsi language. It is said that in 1849, Maharaja Duleep Singh gave the 108-carat Kohinoor diamond to Queen Victoria. In 1937, it was installed in the crown of the Queen. But it will now be placed centre-stage at the Tower of London during the coronation ceremony.
Earlier, Britain’s new Queen Camilla has not included Kohinoor in the crown selected for the coronation to be held on May 6. Camilla has chosen Queen Mary’s crown for this. In such a situation, it is believed that in that crown there will be only a replica of Kohinoor, which is included in the most valuable and large cut diamonds, because the real diamond is engaged in the crown of Queen Elizabeth II, the mother of Queen Ajilajeth II.
The Kohinoor diamond, one of the largest cut diamonds in the world, has been a staple of the Royal Family’s jewelry collection since it was presented to Queen Victoria in 1850. The diamond was last worn by Queen Elizabeth, but since her death it has been put on public display.