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A statue of Durga was located amongst First Civilization ruins deep in the caverns beneath the summer palace of Ranjit Singh. The statue was decorated with at least two Pieces of Eden, namely an Apple and a Staff of Eden, accompanied by its centerpiece, the Koh-i-Noor.
In 1839, as Pyara Kaur was set upon by the British Templar Francis Cotton, the princess somehow activated the Koh-i-Noor. Possessing the body of Kaur, Durga gave a statement referring to humanity as "splintered", but that the race was guided through messages left behind by her own across time.
Horrified at the appearance of Durga, Cotton fired multiple shots at the Precursor, though upon striking the Koh-i-Noor with a bullet, the diamond shattered and severed Pyara's connection to the First Civilization woman, apparently destroying the artifact.