Treasures hid in temples by late Maharajas of “Travancore”

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The Maharajas hid their treasures in temples because of the British rule. They kept thousands of kgs of gold, diamonds, gems in the “Padmanabha” temple at” Travancore” in Kerala.  It is estimated that the treasure valued at 22 billion dollars in 2011,being gaurded by the police. The treasure in hand lies unutilised.

The biggest of losses was the Peacock throne pertained to Shahjahan, the Mughal emperor who sat on it for the first time in 1635. The throne itself is valued one thousand crores. This throne was taken away to Britain by the British rulers then.  

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