Fawad Chaudhry Demanded To The British To Return The Kohinoor Diamond

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Fawad Chaudhry Demanded To The British To Return The Kohinoor Diamond

 

On Twitter, needless to say
, man.


Thus, for all those who have not consumed on their background in some time, the Kohinoor is still among the most significant stones from the background of the Subcontinent. It’s among the earliest most famous diamonds from the world, the title Kohinoor itself meaning’mountain of lighting ‘

It’s said that the very first mention of this diamond came 5000 decades back. It proceeded through generations of Shah’s and conqueror’s and finally to Queen Victoria if the British took over from the sub-continent. Victoria, who had been the one to possess the diamond shifted and cut the whopping 108.93 carats since supposedly, she believed it was not shiny enough.

The diamond was retained using the Crown Jewels and until now is on display in the Tower of London.

After the Brits went back into England, a lineup in the Treaty of Lahore said the Kohinoor was awarded to Britain under the treaty and so would not return to Pakistan. However, as soon as all was said and done, the diamond logically could have returned back into its house in Lahore. However, fast-forward to the current day, the Kohinoor nevertheless stays in the ownership of this Crown.

Thus, Fawad Chaudhry’s proposal in bringing the mountain of mild home into the Lahore Museum.


Not really certain when an apology will do justice to offenses committed years before, but an acknowledgment to the suffering and pain caused would not hurt. But frankly, why the hell are the Queen or some of the Royals for this matter to take the blame for the events which happened? It’s a great thought but it does not look likely.

It is a fairly ridiculous petition and individuals on Twitter appear to agree.


LMAO.

And let the record show I would love to get this gorgeous rock sitting at our tradition for countless individuals to see and respect, but I also know that a rock is a rock, no matter how shiny it might appear.

Rather we get to experience our culture and power daily in realizing that this nation was built on perseverance, unity, and strength just because of us. Rather than requesting a rock back, we ought to be observing how far we’ve come with no.

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