One of the the wildest stories related to a Yellow Diamond — a famous gem in the native annals of India. … Partly from its peculiar colour, partly from a superstition which represented it as feeling the influence of the deity whom it adored, and growing and lessening in lustre with the waxing and waning of the moon, it first gained the name by which it continuues to be know in India to this day — the name of THE MOONSTONE. …

And the Moonstone was seized by an officer of rank in the army of Aurungzebe.

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