Precious artworks and sculptures returned to India as NGA finds they were illegally sold | ABC News

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The National Gallery of Australia is returning 14 artworks to India after concluding they were stolen or looted.

The oldest of the precious artworks may have come from as early as the ninth century.

It’s not the first collection of questionable artworks that the gallery has repatriated back to the country, but it is the largest.

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