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Navina Jafa talks about Delhi History near Jama Masjid

The Imperial Crown of India was made for King George V to wear at the Delhi Durbar in 1911, when he was acclaimed Emperor of India. The Imperial State Crown cannot be taken out of England.

Roberto Carlos - Para muitos um dos Melhores Laterais da História, Campeão da Copa do Mundo de 2002 com o Brasil, multi Campeão pelo Real Madrid.

Delhi Durbar Tiara (1), worn by Queen Mary to the Durbar in Delhi on 12 December 1911, to mark the succession of King George V. Part of the Queen's parure of emeralds and diamonds made for the occasion by Garrards which also included a necklace (2), stomacher, brooch (7), bracelet (8) and earrings (9). Cullinan V (6) and Cullinan VIII (emerald-cut stone in 4) were worn as part of the stomacher. Queen Mary wore the stomacher with Cullinan VIII separating the two emeralds of the brooch in…

Bahadur Shah II, last Mughal Emperor of India (1838-1857). Painted by August Schoefft in 1854. Shah II was the last Mughal emperor and a member of the Timurid Dynasty. After his involvement in the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the British tried and then exiled him from Delhi and sent him to Rangoon in then-British-controlled Desi.

A Brief History of Lord Krishna – Delhi, April 2010

Krishna- Divine lover, preserver of the universe, Lover of Radha, Friend of the afflicted, Refuge of the Destitute

The Delhi Durbar Tiara - by Garrards, for Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar on December 12,1911. Durbar is Hindi, for a ‘ceremonial gathering to pay homage’. The gathering was to install King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. King George V admired this piece and referred to it as “May’s best tiara”. It has been worn in a variety of  ways as shown here.

The Delhi Durbar Tiara - by Garrards, for Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar on December 12,1911. Durbar is Hindi, for a ‘ceremonial gathering to pay homage’. The gathering was to install King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. King George V admired this piece and referred to it as “May’s best tiara”. It has been worn in a variety of ways as shown here.