Of all the stones described by Jean-Baptiste Tavernier, the Koh-i-Noor is the most famous. Its name is magnificent which means “Mountain of Light” and is associates with a legend dating back to ancient times.

In fact, the Koh-i-Noor was first time in 1304 as being the property of the Raja in Malwa and was said it came from Bijapur mines with weighed more than 600 carats, but than nothing further was heard of the stone for 200 years, unitl Babur founded, but was than killed by Sovereign and for 2 centerlies the  fabulous stone remained the property of the Mughals and the stone “Mountain of Light” was estimated at that time “at the price equal to the expense of one day in the entire World” , but from 1738 many emperor occupied Koh-i-noor by defeating the Raja one after the another until 1793.