Why India is not taking back Kohinoor?

Can Kohinoor be brought back to India?

The ministerial support team informed Roshan that the diamond could not be returned as the Queen received it as part of the Treaty of Lahore, 1849 and is currently set in the crown worn by Queen Elizabeth.

Can we steal Kohinoor?

“The Government of India further reiterates its resolve to make all possible efforts to bring back the Kohinoor Diamond in an amicable manner,” the statement said. … The Koh-i-Noor is not a stolen object,” Kumar argued before the court on Monday.

Will the British return the Kohinoor to India?

Refusing to monitor the government efforts for getting the Kohinoor back to India from the United Kingdom, the Supreme Court on Friday said the court cannot order the diamond’s return or say that the UK should not auction it. …

Who gifted Kohinoor to British?

LUDHIANA: In April 2016, the government had told the Supreme Court that the Kohinoor diamond was neither “forcibly taken nor stolen” by the British. The government had stated that it was gifted to the East India Company by the successors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who ruled Punjab at the time.

Will Britain return the Kohinoor?

While India is still waiting for the Kohinoor to be returned, Britain will hand back a 4,000-year-old sculpture to Iraq after an investigation found that it had been looted, the British Museum said on Monday.

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Who is the real owner of Kohinoor?

Koh-i-Noor

Replica of the Koh-i-Noor
Weight 105.602 carats (21.1204 g)
Mine of origin Kollur Mine
Cut by Levie Benjamin Voorzanger
Owner Queen Elizabeth II in right of the Crown

Who is known as diamond of India?

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was the political opponent of Gokhale. Even though Bal Gangadhar Tilak was his opponent during the funeral of Gokhale in February Bal Gangadhar Tilak praised him as the ‘Diamond of India’, the ‘jewel of Maharashtra ‘and the ‘prince of workers’. The full name of Gokhale was Gopal Krishna Gokhale.

Why Koh-i-Noor is so expensive?

Kohinoor has been one of the most famous diamonds in human history. Its name is derived from the Persian word Koh-i-Noor means the mountain of light. Its magnanimous traits and size make it as the most desirable precious stone. … Kohinoor was originally 793 carats when uncut which makes the biggest diamond in the world.