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Anyone here know the whereabouts of peacock throne and kohinoor diamond in the world?plz answer seriously if u know.

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Asked by srikanth C, 16 Oct '07 04:16 pm
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Peacocok Throne:
After Nader Shah was assassinated in 1747, the original Peacock Throne was destroyed in the chaos that ensued. However, later Iranian thrones were referred to as Peacock Thrones, although they resemble a chair rather than a platform. An example of such a throne is the Naderi Throne, built in 1812 for Fath Ali Shah Qajar. Another Iranian throne, built in 1836 for Mohammad Shah Qajar, is also called the Peacock Throne.

kohinoor diamond:-
Given the long and bloody history of the diamond, there are many countries with a claim on it. In 1976, Pakistan prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto asked British prime minister Jim Callaghan for the Koh-i-Noor to be returned to Pakistan. The prime minister replied to Mr Bhutto with a polite "No", and British diplomats in the countries likely to counter this claim were asked to lobby to 'kill the story'. Other claims have been made by India,[6] the Taliban regime of Afghanistan,and Iran. As of 2007, the gem remains in the Tower o ...more
Answered by gopikumar, 16 Oct '07 04:20 pm

 
  
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