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Apatite cats eye

Apatite cat’s eye is a yellow to bluish inexperienced coloured, semi-valuable gemstone of the apatite mineral family. Instead of chrysoberyl cat’s eye, it's miles worn to beautify non secular recognition, monetary gains, bone fitness and fine power.

Cats eye

Cat's Eye is considered the gem of the Dragon's Tail (Ketu). It is known by different names, Lahsunia, Vaidurya, Vidalaksha, Keturatna, Sutramani etc. Cat's Eye is of light yellow, light green or bamboo like color. It has white stripe on its surface, which appears to be moving on shaking it. It looks like a cat's eye, hence its name. It is effective against gastic and gall ailments begets success in government work, and saves from accidents etc. Cat's Eye is found in Sril Lanka, Brazil, China, and Myanmar. In India, it is found Orissa. Sri Lankan cat's eye is famous.


In hindi coral known as “Moonga”. Red coral contains high magnesium calcium carbonate and these are found under sea water in the depth of 500 feet. Its an stone for Aries and Scorpio zodic sign.


Until the end of the 19th century, yellow sapphire was known as "orintal topaz" (only blue corumdum was called sapphire). Neverthless, yellow and greenish yellow sapphires make unusual and attractive gemstones in their own right. Occurence In Queensland and New South Wales (Australia), a greenish yellow sapphire is found that may be faceted. Similar stones occur in Thailand and pure yellow stones in Sri Lanka, the USA (Montana), and East Africa.

South sea Pearl

Pearl stone bestows the powers of Moon (Chandra) on its wearer and brings him peace, confidence, courage and calmness.Pearl strengthens Moon (Chandra) in the wearer's horoscope. ... Pearl stone instills in its wearer positivity and courage and makes its wearer emotionally accessible, kind, and psychologically healthy.