The Idols Who Travelled Far From Home

A looted statue from a Hindu temple was found displayed in a museum in Texas, of all places. Nepal finally retrieved it, almost 40 years later. India is also trying to dismantle these vast smuggling networks, one antique at a time.

25/04/2021 6:57 AM
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  • Krishna D.
    28/04/2021 18:32

    Gand me goolîmar danga

  • Mishal S.
    28/04/2021 07:29

    Same goes with the Kohinoor! They looted us, as we bow 🙇 to them 😒

  • Ernest T.
    28/04/2021 06:54

    Looted 40 yr ago so it was stolen by locals. Give them their dolls back ! They're crying. Must be a shortage of dollies in hindustan. Next superpower ha ha ha.

  • Rocky B.
    27/04/2021 15:26

    Ambani providing 700 tonnes of Oxygen per day. Transporting oxygen in special containers. Adani importing 5000 Oxygen cylinders from Saudi Arabia. Kejriwal spent total 150cr on ads from Jan-Mar month. Moral: Ambani & Adani chor hai. Modi unki jeb main hai.

  • Irfan A.
    27/04/2021 05:09

    You country also looted our moen jo daro dancing girl mummy in delhi museum please give us back then try your assets

  • Rishabh S.
    25/04/2021 12:53

    One of them look lord Buddha sculpture

  • Aneema A.
    25/04/2021 11:47

    It’s very sad that Nepalese people who are considered devout Hindus and very straight people steal these precious religious monuments and sale them for couple of hundreds/thousand of RS. Which is not even a lot converted to dollars.. and the black market is beyond belief

  • Bijal P.
    25/04/2021 10:47

    Glad you can see through and was able to bring back the idols that had significance and bhavna behind it.

  • Meena K.
    25/04/2021 09:19

    What about kohinoor diamond.

  • पौडेल म.
    25/04/2021 08:25

    Looted by British, Destroyed by Islamist. Yet we exist till date.. and we wont give up.

  • Brut India
    23/04/2021 12:28

    Here's a list of 10 artefacts that have come back home:

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