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  • Pearl

    Pearl is an organic, white to bluish grey colored, precious gemstone produced inside the body of a living organism.

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    Pukhraj

    Pukhraj gemstone, also called yellow sapphire gemstone, is an eminently precious, yellow colored gemstone of the Corundum mineral family.

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  • Rudraksha

    Rudraksha is a seed that is used as a prayer bead in Hinduism, especially in Shaivism.

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    Neelam

    Blue Sapphire (Neelam Stone) is a highly precious, blue colored gemstone of the Corundum mineral family.

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  • Manik

    Ruby or Manik is a natural, deep pink or blood red colored, precious gemstone of the Corundum family

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    Munga( Red Coral)

    Red Coral is a precious, bright red organic gemstone formed in the deep sea by marine creatures called coral polyps (Corallium rubrum).

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  • Opal

    Opal is a white colored semi-precious gemstone of silicate mineral family recognised for its wonderful ‘play of colors’.

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    Emerald (Panna)

    Emerald is a green colored, highly precious gemstone of the Beryl mineral family. It is one of the most reputed gemstones in vedic astrology.

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  • Pitambri

    Pitambri Neelam or Neelambari is a precious, bi-color variety of sapphire from the Corundum mineral family that contains yellow and blue hue in varying proportions.

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    Gomed ( Hessonite)

    Hessonite is a deep brown or honey colored, semi-precious gemstone from the grossular Garnet mineral family. It is worn to overcome negative effects of Rahu.

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  • Five Faced Rudraksha (Pnach mukhi)

    The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century who is thought.

  • Five Faced Rudraksha (Pnach mukhi)

    The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century who is thought.

  • Five Faced Rudraksha (Pnach mukhi)

    The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century who is thought.

  • Five Faced Rudraksha (Pnach mukhi)

    The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century who is thought.

  • Five Faced Rudraksha (Pnach mukhi)

    The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century who is thought.