Lost Treasure Of Ahmad Shah Estimated At Half A Trillion Dollars

Lost Treasure Of Ahmad Shah Durrani

A History Of Mystery ahistoryofmystery.com Secrets Ahmad Shah Durrani 's Half A Trillion Dollar Treasure Cache Is Still Unfound

Lost Treasure Of Ahmad Shah Estimated At Half A Trillion Dollars

The lost treasure of Ahmad Shah is estimated to be worth a whopping $530 billion dollars, yes, that’s over half a trillion dollars.

Let’s just say you found it… You’d have more money than Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffet, Mark Cuban, Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and the Sultan of Brunei… And that’s without breaking a sweat.  After matching the wealth of all these entrepreneurial warriors, you would still have enough to live on for the rest of your life.  Further more, you’d probably not even tough the capital itself, the interest alone would provide you and your family with enough money to buy a mansion a week for the rest of your life.  You’d be worth twice as much as the U.S. government’s assets.A History Of Mystery ahistoryofmystery.com Secrets Ahmad Shah Durrani 's Half A Trillion Dollar Treasure Cache Is Still Unfound
The lost treasure of Ahmad Shah Durrani is the largest treasure cache in history.  The treasure “caravan” was an astronomical 150 miles long, making it the largest accumulation of gold and gems in human history.

In 1740, Nāder Šāh Afšār or Nadir Shah, also known as Nader Shah, who ruled as the Shah of Iran, and was the founder of the Afsharid Dynasty, swept through Afghanistan and into India.  After sacking its capital at Delhi, he plundered the treasuries of the Mughal emperors, and hauled the wealth westward to the Hindu Kush mountain range, towards his kingdom of Persia. (The Hindu Kush, also known as Caucasus Indicus, stretches 500 miles across between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan).

A History Of Mystery ahistoryofmystery.com Secrets Ahmad Shah Durrani 's Half A Trillion Dollar Treasure Cache Is Still UnfoundIn 1747, during his trip back to Persia, Nader Shah was murdered in his tent by his own guards and the treasure would now be in the possession of a young soldier by the name of Ahmad Shah Durrani.

Ahmad Shāh Durrānī, born as Ahmad Khān Abdālī, and commonly known as Ahmad Shah, was the founder of the Durrani Empire and is considered as the founder of the modern state of Afghanistan.  Soon after the treasure being in his possession, he died of cancer of the face.  Legend has it that his death was due to the curse of the Koh-i-noor diamond.  With the knowledge that his health was deteriorating, Ahmad Shah is alleged to have hidden the treasure before his death, but it has never been seen since.

A History Of Mystery ahistoryofmystery.com Secrets Ahmad Shah Durrani 's Half A Trillion Dollar Treasure Cache Is Still UnfoundIn 2007, a travel writer and explorer teamed up with a young Afghan archaeologist named Reza for a TV documentary called Search for the Lost Treasure of Afghanistan.  Following the clues in a notebook which was allegedly left to Ahmad Shah by his ancestors, the duo attempt to solve the mystery of Ahmad Shah hidden fortune.  The show documents some of the adventures that occurred during their three trips to Afghanistan, between 2005 and 2006.  The show was distributed by National Geographic and earned a DVD release, which is available for a few dollars on Amazon.com.

The hidden treasure of Ahmad Shah Durrani is allegedly still out there, but despite archaeologists, rulers, enthusiasts, and treasure hunter looking for the cache, the true whereabouts still eludes everyone.

A History Of Mystery ahistoryofmystery.com Secrets Ahmad Shah Durrani 's Half A Trillion Dollar Treasure Cache Is Still Unfound

  • Amanda W.

    It’s hard to believe there could be treasure worth this much just hidden away somewhere. Seems somewhat pointless to hide it from future generations as you certainly can’t take it with you when you die.

    • Jay Wheeler

      Sickening to think of all that money just sitting there!

    • Corey Richardson

      since he was crazed with cancer pain, maybe he was swindled out of the money by a quack with a cure to make the pain go away., just like the money did.

  • Jay Wheeler

    I’m going to Iran with a metal detector…

    • bOOMSHIQUA

      I’ll bet you make it 10 feet, but hey, thats further than you’d get in Afghanistan

    • Corey Richardson

      you’ll get 100 “hits” per step you take, mostly land mines and military equipment.

  • Ujarak

    No need for any of you dumbos to go look for it. I found it last month and am now hiding on my island I bought.

  • Brody Jackson

    If someone has already found it they are probably smart enough to keep their mouths shut. However if the ‘treasure train’ was 150 miles long(!!) It would have to be buried in a pit the size of a couple o football fields or more than likely in the cave system Bin Laden squatted in for so many years. Try getting all that out of a given area over time without being noticed. Or it could just be a Moslem wet dream fairy tale, which also would not surprise me at all.

  • Corey Richardson

    Strange he had a battle hardened (at least 8 years experience) army of unknown number,wranglers, drovers and riders enough for 150 miles of mules and camels, a security force of guards, and yet the treasure would now be in the possession of a young soldier by the name of Ahmad Shah Durrani and no one saw where it all went?

    • Wha Dahel

      Yeah, one man could not be the sole steward of that much treasure. Many others would know where it was hence many others would have access to it. It would have been found briskly if there were ever a question to it’s whereabouts.