History of Diamonds

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Diamonds: Diamonds have been known as precious gems to people of different civilizations since ancient times. Diamonds are currently highly valued. Diamonds are called pure gemstones. Diamonds are a symbol of status, power, wealth, love, and spirit. Until the 15th century, only Kings wore diamonds as they were considered a symbol of strength, courage, and invincibility.

The Discovery of Diamonds: In India, 500 BCE Diamonds are discovered. As a result, the people of India are known from ancient times with diamonds. Diamonds are mostly moved along a network of trade routes that connect India and China, commonly known as the Slik Road.

The naming of Diamond: The name Diamond comes from the Greek word Adamas. Which means invincible. Originally the word was used here to mean eternal love.

Colors of Diamonds: Diamond color can be white (colorless), yellow, brown, green, orange, blue, pink, grey, black, or red. It’s depending on the presence, types, and quantity of structures.

Natural Diamonds: About 140 to 190 km in the geography down the center of the Earth is formed due to severe heat and pressure. It takes about 1 or 3.3 billion years to say that the idea of Scientists. According to researchers, all the diamonds are not created in the world. There are many diamonds found in the world that are built outside the world.

Countries with Diamond Mines: India, Angola, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Russia, Lesotho, Canada, United States, and Australia. There are 19 diamond mines in the world.

Kohinoor Diamond: A diamond part which is known in history, whose name is K0hinoor. The literal meaning of Kohinoor is the mountain of light. The weight of diamonds is 108.93 carat. Currently, this Kohinoor diamond is in the Tower of London. The ownership of the Kohinoor was also the subject of controversy in the eighties. Iran, India, Pakistan, Afganistan, and Bangladesh claimed its existence. But the British government has rejected all the claims.

See More: 

History of Gold.

History of Silver. 


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