Guidance of Jupiter and Aim of Mercury – Gemstoneuniverse Congratulates India’s Shooting Stars
A case in point where gems of mutually inimical planetary energies give good results
Olympic Bronze winner Gagan Narang and his Gems
Now that’s something for a start. It was a great day for India yesterday as Gagan Narang won the Olympic bronze in 10 meter air rifle event – winning its first medal on the London 2012 Olympics! Kudos to the young man for his brilliant performance.
We at Gemstoneuniverse heartily congratulate the sportsperson for bringing in the glory!
Aside of the grit and the hard work, he has put in, what makes us wonder is just what a smattering of stardust Â can do! Call it what you will, but after the glorious bronze medal, the eyes quickly make way to the gleaming yellow sapphire on his index finger and the verdant natural emerald sitting pretty on his little finger as he shows of the medal with a radiant smile!
Gagan Narang is an ace Indian shooter, especially in Air rifle shooting, supported by the Olympic Gold Quest – a foundation of sports and games that supports athletes and sports people capable of winning Olympic medals. He was the first Indian to qualify for the London Olympics.
We have got more to look forward to
Double Trap Shooter Ronjan Sodhi
There’s Ronjan Sodhi up next who’s Men’s double trap event is scheduled on August 2nd, 2012. Ronjan Sodhi is an ace Indian trap shooter, who won two silver medals in 2010 Commonwealth Games and a gold medal at the 2010 Asian Games. In 2011, he became first Indian to defend a world cup title. He is also a recipient of Arjuna award. Ronjan Sodhi became the only Indian marksman to grab the top spot in the latest ISSF World Rankings.
Interestingly, Ronjan also sports a sparkly yellow sapphire and an emerald.
Another point to note here is that mutually inimical gemstones (please note that both the gentlemen in question are wearing yellow sapphire as well as emerald) can be prescribed in exceptional cases, by a trained and experienced astro-gemmologists. So here is some food for thought, for the ones who have tried to straight jacket the multidimensional discipline of planetary gemology for the lack of complete knowledge!
We wish him all the best.
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