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Emerald (Panna)

Emerald (Panna)

The name emerald is derived from a Persian word, which latter appeared in Greek as smaragdoes and then as smaragdus rome's pliny the .

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Blue Sapphire (Neelam)

Blue Sapphire (Neelam)

Blue sapphire reflects the sky’s every shade, from blazing afternoon to velvety midnight. It symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity.

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Yellow Sapphire (Pukhraj)

Yellow Sapphire (Pukhraj)

Yellow sapphire represents the positive powers of Jupiter in Vedic astrology, widely known as Pushparagam and Pukraj.

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Ruby (Manik)

Ruby (Manik)

The name ruby comes from the Latin word ‘ruber’ which means red.In Sanskrit ruby is called “Ratnaraj” king of gems.

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Pearls (Moti)

Ruby (Manik)

The pearl was one of the first gems to be valued by men. Fresh out of the shell, a pearl could be worn and.

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Cat’s eye (Lahsuniya)

Cat’s eye

Cats eye chrysoberyl with its band of reflected light across the middle ,has always reminded observers of the .

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Engagement Stones

Engagement Stones

Wearing a ring set with a spectacular Sapphire, EYE or a Natural Pearl tells the.

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Faq
Q.1     What is the difference between Heated/unheated stones?

Ans.      During Heating stones are put in furnaces in very high temperature and this alters the internal characteristics of a stone. Natural unheated stones internal characteristics are completely intact as made in earth’s crust for million of years & its colour and luster is completely natural whereas heated stones get their luster and colour artificially through furnaces.


Q.2      For astrology purpose why should I wear an unheated, untreated gemstones?

Ans.      When astrology evolved there were no treatments of precious stones known to mankind, the stones used were in there most natural form.

Q.3      As a layman, how can I be sure that any given stone is natural or heated one?

Ans.      It is practically not possible to judge a gemstone through naked eyes. So one should opt for certified sealed gemstone and carefully check what the certificate says about the treatment/enhancement in the stone.

Q.4      In future will the prices of unheated, untreated natural gems go up?

Ans.      The Rarity value of natural gems will tremendously shoot up in future.

Q.5      What is the buyback policy?

Ans.      If you come for selling a stone we will reexamine the stone and help you in selling it.

Q.6      I want to test a stone before wearing it, what is the procedure?

Ans.      These are all unheated rare gems, usually we do not provide a service for that.

Q.7      After wearing a stone for some time why does the color fade away?

Ans.      There are some treatments like irradiation that do not give the stone a permanent colour. The colour fade away as the stone is exposed to light and heat.

Q.8      Are there any kind of treatments whose colour do not fade away?

Ans.      Yes, there are treatments which can give permanent colour and clarity to stones. These treatments are heating, beryllium diffusion etc.

Q.9      Is there any other shop available which also deals in natural stones?

Ans.      It is rare of the rarest gemstones. Search on the internet or a market survey can be helpful.

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