All these gems will be supplied to you set in Gold
and Silver ring as you like. The metal charge is
extra. All most all the gemstones are with us.
Used by ancient Egyptian as amulet against
all evils. Good health, prosperity and achievement
is assured for those who use it. Price $50 or
Amethyst:-As the colour of wine, it avoids wine
addiction. It creates purity of mind and
spirituality. A highly sacred stone in all religion.
Clarity thought increases by wearing it. Price (4
carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Turquoise:- A amulet against bad health and mental
agony. Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Peridot:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Tourmaline:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Garnet:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Blood Stone(Jasper):-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Jade:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Amber:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Agate:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Onyx:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Spinel Ruby:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Opal:- Black opal, Fire Opal, White Opal. Price (4
carats) $135 or Rs5000.
Citrine:- Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Tiger's Eye:-Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Zircon:- Price (4 carats) $135 or Rs5000.
Aquamarine:- Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Pyrope:- Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Alexandrite:- Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Black Cats eye:- Price (4 carats) $50 or Rs1500.
Other unique gem stones that are with us are listed
This term conjures up a figure of metallic magnet.
But here we are talking about a stone and not about
a metal. The stone does have some magnetic
properties and is beneficial in correcting bodily
disorders caused by wind. It is said that this stone
is particularly present in huge quantities in
certain regions like Bermuda Triangle and causes
Shipwrecks and plane accidents there.
The same stone is called as Yaje Mani. It
is actually an Akeek with prominent streaks. Its
surface is commonly brown, yellow or white, black or
brown streaks. It is mostly found on the banks of
Narmada and Indus. It has miraculous virtues.
(Soap stone): This yellow coloured
stone has green radiance. It is mostly used to make
utensils. It is a strange kind of stone that
destroys the effects of poison. It is found in
Tibet, India and Iran.
(Milk stone): It is an ordinary stone not
commonly used for astrological purposes. It is
mostly used in cosmetics and to make utensils and
idols. It has a peculiar smoothness. Many experts do
not regard it as a true gemstone.
This parrot-green coloured stone is
prescribed as a substitute for emerald. It is found
in Norway, Arizona (USA), Mexico, Myanmar and the
island of St. John.
(Fountain): It is a pastel coloured stone
not frequently used for astrological purposes. Water
kept in the utensil made of Jharana doe not stay in
it but finds a way out and seeps out.
It is also an ordinary stone, black in colour
and mostly used in making utensils.
It is a strong, smooth stone mostly used in
utensil making due to its high density and opaque
It is mostly used as a substitute for ruby.
It is bright red or pink in colour. In Sanskrit it
is known as 'Tamra Mani'.
Tursava: This pink coloured stone is mostly used in
This semi-stone is available in many colours, but white tourmaline is most common and
used as a substitute for diamond though it has less
density than diamond.
Mostly found in green colour and
resembles pistachio. It is highly beneficial in the
diseases of kidney and urinary bladder. Hence it is
known as kidney stone.
It is an ordinary stone available in
raw paddy-like green colour. It is mostly used in
This stone is mostly found in pastel,
almond or slaty colours. Inside it, there appears a
grain like structure and that is why, perhaps it is
known as Darchana. It is an inexpensive stone.
It is an inexpensive, ordinary stone mostly
available in white or light yellow shades. It has no
This brown stone appears to have a dual
structure. It has white or brown streaks on the
This transparent stone is mostly
available in smoky colours besides black, yellow and
brown. It is mostly found in Switzerland and North
Carolina (USA) and is mostly used in making idols,
toys and goggles.
This stone is mostly found in pink colour though shades like green, yellow, orange,
blue and violet are also common. It is used as a
substitute for ruby. It is found in Myanmar, Sri
Lanka, Thailand, Brazil, USA and India.
This highly famous stone is composed
of aluminum oxide. It is regarded as the most
respected as well as the most dangerous stone. Its
positive as well as negative effects are manifested
from within hours to days. Though found in many
countries like USA, Java, Thailand, Australia, Sri
Lanka etc. but the sapphire found in Kashmir
province of India is the most beautiful and
expensive. Sapphire is often compared with notorious
anti-biotic penicillin because of its accelerated
effects. In Sanskrit it is known as Neel Mani,
Indraneel Mani, in Urdu it is known as Yakoob,
Kabood. Blue Sapphire is one of the Navratna.
This green coloured stone is used to please
mercury. It is bright, transparent stone with
brilliant green colour and is very expensive. The
best grade of emerald comes from South American
countries, Columbia and Brazil.
This translucent stone is found in white,
black and green colours. It appears to contain water
inside it and hence looks very attractive. It is
mostly used in making ornaments and toys.
This opaque, green stone has a number
of small red dots on it hence its named as blood
stone. It is found in India and Siberian region of
This green coloured stone is a
potential substitute for emerald. It is available
both in transparent and opaque forms and is used in
making utensils also.
(Topaz or Yellow Sapphire): This rare,
beautiful and expensive jewel is one of the Navratna.
The best type of topaz has a brilliant yellow colour
like the flowers of mustard or amaltas (Cassia
fistula) and is transparent. This stone is worn to
please Jupiter. In Sanskrit, topaz is known as
Pushparaj, Pushparag, Peet Mani; in Gujarati it is
known as Peeluraj. In Arabic and Persian it is Jard
Yakoot and Asper.
This white coloured hard, transparent
stone is universally available and appears like an
ice crystal. It is used as a substitute for the
pearl and the diamond and is worn for an increment
in fortune and knowledge.
This transparent stone is available in
blue and green colours. People who undertake
frequent voyages mostly wear it for good fortune.
And indeed aquamarine is believed to enhance
This opaque and soft stone has a colour like
under-sea vegetation. It is mostly used in making
Hardly anybody will be unaware of this
famous stone. White marble is mostly used in the
construction of buildings and statues. Besides
white, marble is available in slaty, green and black
This stone also resembles marble closely and
is used in the manufacture of household items.
This seemingly ordinary stone had
sustained human life in primitive era when people
used this stone to make fire. In Sanskrit it is
known as 'Agni Paashaan'. Rubbing of brown, black or
pastel flint stones produces sparks.
This stone is regarded as a potential
substitute for emerald because of its bright green colour. It is also available in violet, white and
black shades. Margaz is found aplenty in Tibet,
Greece, Myanmar, Siberia and New Zealand.
This jewel also belongs to Navratna category.
This highly expensive and transparent stone is
available in red and pink colours. It is the main
stone of the sun. Though found in many countries
like Thailand, Sri Lanka and China but the best type
of rubies come from Myanmar. In Sanskrit ruby is
known as Padmaraag and Kuruvind while in Urdu it is
Surkh Yakoot. .
This black coloured smooth and shining stone
has both astrological as well as construction uses.
Often, this stone is also called as black marble.
Coral: Coral is infact fossilized rocks formed from
the sedimentation of dead tiny organisms named
coral. It is mostly red in colour though white and
pink corals are also common. The best type of coral
comes from Italy. In Sanskrit. Coral is known as 'Pravaal',
'Vidram', 'Angaarak Mani'. In Urdu, it is known as 'Mirjaan'
Muve Nazaf: This ordinary and opaque stone has
omnipresence and is mostly used in the construction
of buildings. It is white in colour with distinct
streaks. It is mostly used in making the floor of
Pearls also have an organic origin counted
among stones because of their miraculous properties.
Now a days culturing of pearls is a popular
business. Pearl is worn to please the moon and
correct mental disturbances and abdominal diseases.
Mostly pearls are in white in colour though shades
of yellow, blue, black and pink are also common.
Excellent pearls come from Basra, a traditional
centre of pearl trade in Iraq. In Sanskrit, pearl is
known as Muktak, Muktaa, Mauktik while in Arabian
and Urdu it is known as Gauhar.
It is a solid isotrophe of carbon that
begins to glow like fire when rubbed or polished and
appears like cinder.
This opaque stone is available in red, blue,
white, yellow and green colours. It is mostly found
in Myanmar, Egypt, Iran, China and North America.
This stone has more medicinal than
astrological uses. It is effective in the treatment
of respiratory disorders, asthama and renal
This red coloured stone is mostly used in
the treatment of fevers.
This is a red coloured ordinary stone mostly
used in making utensils.
This stone is available in white, brown,
black and green colours and appears like the eyes of
a cat. This also belongs to Navratna category and is
worn to please the shadow planet Ketu. It has
distinct streaks known as cosmic threads that appear
to move when the stone is seen from different angles
in flood light. In Sanskrit it is known as Vadurya
Mani and Vidalaaksh while in Gujarati it is
Lassuniyo and in Bangla it is known as Sutra Mani.
This blue coloured, transparent stone
has brilliant golden spots on it. In ancient times
Lapis Lazuli was regarded as Sapphire. Even today it
is used as a potential substitute for the true
Sapphire. It is mostly found in Afghanistan, Chile
Spinel: This pink stone is powerful substitute for
ruby. Occasionally it is found in black, green and
white shades also. It is mostly mined in Brazil,
Myanmar, India and Australia.
This red coloured opaque stone is
universally available and is used in construction
purposes mostly. It is mainly quarried near
Chitrakoot on the border of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar
Being green in colour, this stone is used
as a substitute for emerald.
Known as Sang-E-Sitara in Persian,
this ochre colour stone has a number of twinkling
dots. But you can hardly find a genuine twinkle
stone in the market and as long as it is not genuine
it cannot produce its effects.
Sangi: This beautiful stone is available in almost
all colours. And mostly found in the rivers of
Himalayas. It is mostly used to make decorative
items and utensils.
Sargahi: Naturally this stone is found in triangular
shape and white and brown colours carried mostly in
the Persian Gulf.
This white spotted and dull stone is mostly
used in making mortars and tumblers.
This opaque stone is available in red and
pink colours and regarded as a substitute for ruby.
Mostly quarried in Mysore region of Karnataka.
Though ordinary in appearance this
stone has tremendous astrological importance. It is
mostly available in pink colour.
This transparent, lime coloured stone is
regarded as a substitute for topaz. Often known as
golden quartz, this stone sometimes appears more
beautiful than true topaz.
This white coloured stone has a tinge of
red and is used more as medicine than for pleasing
This strange stone is available in
orange, red and yellow colours and appears like a
cinder. In Sanskrit it is known as Angar Mani in
Persian as Sand-e-atash. It is mostly found in
Norway and Siberia.
This opaque stone belongs to the jewel
category. Available in green, this stone has almond-coloured
This ordinary stone is available in golden colours.
This pink stone has strange brilliance.
When moved in flood-light waves appear to rise in
Hardly anybody will be unaware of this
famous jewel. This brilliant, attractive and
transparent stone has white, blue and reddish hues.
It has miraculous. Latent powers which are both
constructive as well as destructive. It is the
hardest substance known to man. It is a precious
stone very dear to Venus.
This oridnary, unattractive stone is
mostly used as medicine to treat urinary disorders.
Hadeed: This inexpensive, ordinary stone is
universally available in slaty and pastel colours.
It is mostly used in making the rosaries.
Real existence of this stone is
doubtful except in folklore. Hence, describing its
physical properties is very difficult job. It is a
common belief that any metal can be turned into gold
by a mere touch of philosopher's stone.
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