Spanish philosopher George Santayana is credited with the aphorism, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,”
While British statesman Winston Churchill wrote, “Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”
What is this all about?
Answer: The Kohinoor and mysterious coincidences! A Ghazi named Giasuddin in both the 13th and 19th Century!
From our history books, we have learnt that the original Kohinoor diamond was found in the beautiful Thousand Pillar temple (located near Warangal). This temple, which was built by rulers of the Kakatiya dynasty, once housed the famous Kohinoor diamond, during the Golden Age, and if I may say the Diamond Era of the Telangana, and Andhra people!
This temple is now in ruins, due to the attacks by Alauddin Khilji, and Muhammad Bin Tughlaq during his Jihad of 1323 CE.
After Alauddin Khalji’s death from illness in 1316, Delhi’s aristocracy invited Ghazi Malik, then the governor in Punjab under the Khaljis, to lead a coup in Delhi, and in 1320, Ghazi Malik launched an attack with the use of an army of tribesmen to assume power, where then Ghazi Malik renamed himself Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq – thus starting and naming the Tughlaq dynasty.
So a Ghazi becomes Ghiyasuddin, where the name Ghiyās ud-Dīn was a common name for the Sultan of Delhi’s Empire, but this time he was with the Kohinoor!
So what about the present?
So in India’s present history from the British invasion onwards, we are led to believe a Gagandhar Nehru is the Kotwal of Delhi, a young 34 year old, Kashmiri Pandit, who is effectively the Head of Police, reporting to Bahadur Shah, the last Mughal Ruler of Delhi, the most significant part of India. According to “Encyclopedia of Indian War of Independence” (ISBN:81-261-3745-9) by M.K. Singh, he states that available Mughal Muslim records do not mention any Hindu Kotwal under their employment and only Muslims of foreign ancestry were hired for such important posts of Kotwals under the Mughal Muslim Rulers of India, especially for a major city like Delhi.
Some articles claim the actual Kotwal of Delhi was Mirza Moinuddin Khan while other articles report that the Kotwal of Delhi was Ghiyasuddin Ghazi, father of one Motilal Nehru.
Wait wasn’t there a Ghazi who became Ghiyasuddin? Didn’t he rule Delhi when the Kohinoor was stolen?
The answer is an emphatic “Yes” and either this is a strange coincidence or something beyond weird!
So what’s in the recent present? It’s been reported that the grandson of Ghiyasuddin Ghazi, or Gagandhar Nehru, as in Prime Minister Pandit Nehru went on record saying that there is no ground to claim the treasured gem back, as it’s alleged it was a gift to the British. Nehru also added that efforts to get the Kohinoor back would lead to difficulties.
Difficulties to ask for the Kohinoor back?
So let’s look at the failed regime of one PM Nehru, where it started with the Jeep scandal, as he has unusual relations with Lady Edwina Mountbatten, it’s documented that his government placed an order for 2,000 refurbished Jeeps from the UK, for the same price of new Jeeps from the USA. Why the scam to the U.K? Why did Nehru promote Menon, who orchestrated the scam with the U.K. into the Nehru cabinet to be a trusted ally to even rise to be the Defence Minister in his Cabinet in 1959.
So while a UK-based Jeep scam is occurring, PM Pandit Nehru also said, “To exploit our good relations with some country to obtain free gifts does not seem to be desirable.”
Wait! What good relations with the U.K. except his own personal relations? And this was stolen and not a free gift!
It has been well documented that “after the Sikh Empire was overthrown by the British East India Company in 1849, the diamond was ultimately stolen and shipped to Britain, where it remains today.”
So wait, the Kotwal of Delhi, who escapes to Agra, in 1857, and at about the same time there’s a Maharaja Duleep Singh, who was in ‘protection’ of the Kohinoor diamond, but loses it as a young 10 year old boy.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has said that the Kohinoor diamond was surrendered to Queen Victoria by Maharaja Duleep Singh during the Lahore Treaty in 1849, and then in England in late 1854, as a teenager, he was introduced to the British court, where Queen Victoria showered affection upon the turbaned Maharaja. Source: https://www.opindia.com/2022/06/maharaja-duleep-singh-the-last-sikh-king-who-converted-to-christianity-and-lost-the-kohinoor-to-the-british/
Isn’t this theft by the British? They brainwash the youngster to convert from Sikhism to Christianity, defeat him, and take the Kohinoor? Where’s the Kotwal Police Officer to stop this?
PM Nehru, then is documented as stating: “On the other hand, it does seem to be desirable that foreign museums should have Indian objects of art”, namely due to his love for the UK, and Lady Mountbatten.
But, now for the smoking gun to connect all the dots, from the excerpted book below, Nehru has stated he recalls seeing his grandfather Gagandhar Nehru dressed as a Muslim Nobleman!
From “Bharata to India: The Rape of Chrysee” by M. K. Agarwal, he has published on a variety of topics on the history of India and the manner in which it’s culture, and religion was usurped by despot Islam/Christian conquests, and in his amazing writing the following is excerpted,
Where he continued to state the following:
Why wouldn’t Ganga Dhar Neharwala return to Kashmir where he’s from as the British defeat the Mughals? Why does he need to leave and escape to Agra if he’s a Kashmiri Pandit? Shouldn’t a Hindu Police Commissioner of Delhi be useful to the British? It doesn’t add up! Let’s connect the dots!
So, the Kohinoor is stolen from the Kakatiya Temple by Mughals in Delhi, by a Ghazi who becomes Ghiyasuddin, and it’s then stolen by the British from a Maharaja Duleep Singh that is brainwashed by the British, while the Police Commissioner in Delhi does nothing, who is named Ghiyasuddin Ghazi, but becomes Ganga Dhar Neharwala, who’s great grandson, also becomes brainwashed by the British, and who then justifies the British theft of the Kohinoor!
It is time to get connect the dots, and get the Kohinoor back where it belongs, to the original Thousand Pillar temple (located near Warangal)! Let’s Make it Happen!
Akshay Sharma (Author’s Bio): Akshay Sharma is a Computer Engineer, tech analyst, ex-Gartner, having authored 280+ research notes, on emerging technologies like Cybersecurity, 5G, and IoT. He has worked for Canada’s Dept of Defense, advised and deployed solutions with DISA: Defense Information Security Agency, at Nortel and Siemens, and advised various 3-letter agencies in the US. A frequent speaker at tech events, he is often quoted in leading institutions like CNN, Wall St. Journal, and CIO.com. He is a former CTO of one of the first video/WiFi smartphone firms and an entrepreneur in the tech sector, having worked for firms that are now part of leading firms like Intel, IBM, Nokia, and Ericsson. He advised the UK’s Ofcom, the US’s Dept. of Homeland Security, and was quoted in the Wall Street Journal banning Huawei in 2012, and stated in the Huffington Post, the Chinese hacking of Nortel is a “wakeup call”. Sharma contributed to the Flight Control protocol ARINC 629 Databus used in commercial avionics and military fighter jets for “fly-by-wire” systems, including the newer Boeing 777X. Additionally he is a Cybersecurity analyst, and CTO for Kovair.com with clients like the World Bank, India’s DRDO and US Defense sector clients.