18 Interesting Facts About Taj Mahal

March 30, 2017
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  1. Chris Smith says:

    The Kohinoor was not stolen it was acquired legally under the terms of the Treaty of Labore. Due to it not being stolen there is no need for it to be returned.

    1. Kronenberg says:

      While I do not agree with the website’s statement that it was stolen, the kohinoor should be returned. It is not a question of legality but one of mutual respect. The Kohinoor being housed in Britain is a reminder of the pain and the racist/imperial attitude that caused it. Such a reminder only serves to fire the imagination of regressive elements and ultra-nationalists in both countries. And I think that in the state the world is in today, these people need to be discouraged as much as possible.

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