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Nur-Ul-Ain is the main pale pink diamond of the tiara made for Empress Farah's wedding to the Shah of Iran, Moahammad Reza Shah Pahlavi in 1958 is designed by Harry Winston and mined at Golconda in India. It is one of the largest pink diamonds in the world, after the Darya-ye Noor. These two are the most celebrated diamonds among the Iranian crown jewels.
Additional recommended knowledge
Nur-Ul-Ain in Persian and Arabic languages mean the light of the eye.
The tiara that contains Nur-Ul-Ain also has 324 diamonds on it.
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