The answer is: Jammu and Kashmir.
Why Jammu and Kashmir is called crown of India?
Fine!! Jammu and Kashmir is situated like a crown on India’s head. It is the northernmost state of Indian Territory. … The Pir Panjal range separates the Indo Gangetic Plane from Kashmir Valley while the Himalayas do the same by acting as a friendly barrier between Kashmir Valley and Ladakh.
Which state is the crown on Mother India’s head?
The state of Jammu & Kashmir is rightly called ‘Paradise’. It is situated right at the top most part of the country and if Mother India is a ‘Queen’, then Jammu & Kashmir surely looks like the ‘Crown‘ on her head.
Which state is known as Jewellery of India?
Manipur – The Jewel of India: North East India Part 3. Surrounded by nine hills with an oval shaped valley at the center, a natural made Jewel and hence the name “A Jeweled land” or ‘Manipur’, it’s literal translation. Even the first prime minister of India famously said Manipur was the Jewel of India.
Where is Kohinoor diamond now?
It was transferred to the Crown of Queen Mary in 1911, and finally to the Crown of Queen Elizabeth (later known as the Queen Mother) in 1937 for her coronation as Queen consort. Today, the diamond is on public display in the Jewel House at the Tower of London.
What is the price of Kohinoor diamond?
Even if the value of the Kohinoor diamond is not known, it is part of the Crown Jewels, and the whole value of the Crown Jewels is between $10 and $12 billion. The Kohinoor is definitely one of the more expensive diamonds in the collection.
Can you name some more passes in the Himalayas?
The four BPM are: Chushul in Ladakh, Nathu La in Sikkim, Bum La Pass in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, and Lipulekh Pass in Uttarakhand close to Qiang. … Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km (32 mi) from Manali.
Who said Manipur Jewel of India?
Even the first prime minister of India famously said Manipur was the Jewel of India. Apart from being a nature’s gift to India, Manipur is also a melting pot of culture. It is the birthplace of Polo, the sport and the birthplace of Ras Lila, a classical dance form. Manipur has a geographical area of 22,327 sq.
What is traditional jewellery?
The traditional gold jewellery is passed on for generations and families hold jewellery made many decades ago. The different jewellery includes armlets, bracelets, bangles, necklaces, earrings, fingerings, toe rings, nose rings, anklets, pendants and waistbands.
What is Hasuli?
Previously, variations of the Hansuli were worn in different parts of Nepal and north India, including in the northwest region of Humla. Our piece is based on a design popular within the Tharu community of southern Nepal. It is typically a heavy ornament made of solid silver or a metal composite.