Natural Sri Lankan Hessonite Garnet in a Rahu Talisman Ring
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|Origin||Ceylon / Srilanka|
New Jersey, USA
|All inclusive Price||$ 533 / INR 28782|
|Comments||Color is an element that grips an individual’s fancy like none other. And in the case of colored gems it is this very element that makes a compelling appeal.
Featured today is a splendid hessonite garnet of 3.73 carats from Sri Lanka set in sterling silver as a Rahu Talisman ring. The gem is eye clean, lustrous and the color is a fine deep Orange Brown – the coveted burnt cinnamon color in hessonite. The interaction of light with the gem also produces a fire like effect in its belly giving it a distinction among gems. Note that the symbol of Rahu stands in relief on the shanks of the ring.
Rahu is also known as the North Node of the Moon or the North Lunar Node and Hessonite garnet is Rahu’s gemstone used to harness its energies in a positive manner.
Rahu is a karmic planet and its effects can be quite a bit for an individual to deal with. The Mahadasha of Rahu lasts for 18 long years and that makes it all the more important to pacify this planet by wearing a jyotish quality hessonite garnet. This, however, must be done after proper astrological analysis of one’s birth chart only, ascertaining if the gem would be suited.
Hessonite is also known as Gomeda, Gomedha or Gomedhaka in Hindi. It is also known as the cinnamon stone. Among the metaphysical properties of Hessonite the sparking of creativity, desire to do justice to one’s abilities without losing touch with reality and dropping all unnecessary emotional baggage stand out particularly.
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