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Every Indian woman loves her jewellery, whether it’s an heirloom piece passed down generations or her own purchases from various explorations through the years. While the collection only increases, the question always remains as to what are the essentials every woman should have in her tijorie.
This red, fiery stone is associated with all things brave and passionate. Its mystical powers and association with true and absolute luxury are legendary. Ruby, also known as manik in Hindi, has been a much-revered gemstone by astrologers, as it is the gemstone of the Sun, the king of the zodiac.
Emerald has always been a deeply mystifying stone with its unique green colour and the elegance it exudes. It is associated with the planet Mercury and is the birthstone for the month of May. It has been highly respected in the Vedic astrology for its harmonious powers.
Amethyst is the third stone in the most powerful trilogy of gemstones – Rubies and Emeralds being the first two. In India, it is popularly known as Jamunia, and is the birthstone for those born in the month of February.
The stone that represents grace, femininity, purity and love was first discovered in India. In as early as the 4th Century BC, diamonds were mined here in our country. It was only much later that they were mined in Brazil and most importantly Africa.