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'Stolen' rare blue Sapphire ring found from Sevayat's house

Mathura: The rare blue Sapphire ring, worth Rs 1.5 crore, of a Sevayat (caretaker) of Vrindavan's Taras temple which mysteriously disappeared two days ago was today found from his home, police said.“It (the ring) was

India TV News Desk India TV News Desk Updated on: December 08, 2014 7:36 IST
stolen rare blue sapphire ring found from sevayat s house
stolen rare blue sapphire ring found from sevayat s house

Mathura: The rare blue Sapphire ring, worth Rs 1.5 crore, of a Sevayat (caretaker) of Vrindavan's Taras temple which mysteriously disappeared two days ago was today found from his home, police said.

“It (the ring) was recovered from the residence of complainant (Sevayat) Udayan Sharma,” Deputy Superintendent of Police, Preeti Priyadarshini said.

It was, however, not clear how the ring disappeared and again resurfaced at his residence.

Sharma claimed that it appears that the person specially two of his servants on whom he had expressed his apprehensions might have dropped in the house to save themselves, “since it was not found from the place where from it was stolen.”

He said the ring was historic and precious.  “The then king of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh had gifted the ring to my maternal grand-father, Hanuman Prasad Sharma, who was personal advisor to the king,” Sharma said.
Giving details about the specialty of the 15-carat

Sapphire ring, he said when viewed from one angle, one can see the image of Lord Krishna while from other, it shows peacock feather, a famous art of Jammu and Kashmir which is lost now.

 

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