The Former colonies the Queen Elizabeth II want for a 400 million dollar diamond back

Since the announcement of the Queen's death, south Asians have been demanding the return of the Koh-i-Noor diamond

part of the British crown jewels. The Koh-i-Noor is the world's most expensive diamond estimated to be worth more than $400 million dollars

The Queen Mother wore it in her iconic crown. 

generations of British queens have worn it. it's believed to bring bad luck to kings

The British government claims it received the super diamond as a gift after the British annexed Punjab in 1849

But the present governments of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran say it was stolen

The Koh-i-Noor first appeared in written record in 1623, as encrusted in Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan's grand throne.

He's the king who built the Taj Mahal

For centuries, India was the world's only source of diamonds

According to economists Utsa Patnaik, the British Empire in total stole $45 trillion from what are now Pakistan, Bangladesh and India

This demand of the return of the Koh-i-Noor diamond is among reparations that countries seek for British colonial crimes