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Where was Sengol these days? How did he suddenly come into the limelight? Learn in detail


Sengol in New Parliament House: India’s new Parliament building will be inaugurated on May 28. But several days before the inauguration of Parliament House, the country’s Home Minister Amit Shah surprised people by using the very old symbol Sengol in a press conference held on Wednesday (May 24). In this report of ours we will give you complete information about this symbol.

In 1947, when the British transferred power to India, Sengol was used as a symbol of the transfer of power. Sengol is a kind of scepter, that is, it symbolizes the ownership of power in the hands of the ruler of the country. The British handed over Sengol to Jawaharlal Nehru, the country’s first prime minister.

People gradually forgot this symbol of the transfer of power after independence, but almost 75 years after that historic event, Sengol is once again in the limelight and will be installed in the country’s new parliament building.

Where was Sengol these days? ,


Now the question is where was he after the scepter was handed over in the press conference of the then PM Jawaharlal Nehru and Amit Shah. “We didn’t even know where it was, but when the Prime Minister approached us and asked us about it, it was all of a sudden,” Udhay Wummidi, son of Wummidi Ethirajulu, who was instrumental in the creation of Sengol, told India Today. brought back.,

It is not, he said, that we do not know what it was, or that we have forgotten it, but that it is certain that it is buried somewhere in our memories. But then the government reminded us of this and now it is in front of you all. Significantly, the sengol was kept safe in the Nehru Museum in Prayagraj, now the government will install it in the country’s new Parliament House.

A sengol is a scepter shaped like a stick. It symbolizes the king’s royal power. Sengol is considered a classic example of transfer of power into Indian hands. In India it was used during the transition of power from one ruler to another during the Chola rule. Sengol reminds the new ruler to rule with justice.