The new Parliament building in New Delhi will showcase the
Golden Sceptre(Sengol), a symbol of India's independence from British rule.
The sceptre was presented to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru by the then-President of India, Rajendra Prasad
on the night of August 14, 1947, just hours before India gained independence.
The sceptre is made of gold and encrusted with diamonds and other precious stones.
The Golden Sceptre was a symbol of power and authority in the Chola Empire.
It was used by the Chola kings to signify their sovereignty and their right to rule.
The sceptre was made of gold and encrusted with precious stones.
It was a highly prized possession of the Chola kings and was often used in religious ceremonies.