Navaratna Necklace - Sterling Silver B00ABF0PGI

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  • Artikelnummer: B00ABF0PGI
  • 883 Stück auf Lager


  • 19 inch Length
  • 19 gms


Buy Indian Necklaces: Pearl, Sterling Silver & Amber Necklaces - Sterling Silver - Untitled DocumentThis jewelry piece has been embedded with Navaratnas nine precious stones or jewels, namely, ruby, diamond, pearl, coral, hessonite, blue-sapphire, cats eye, yellow sapphire and emerald. The tradition of Navaratna - ornaments, a Navaratna - pendant, Navaratna-necklace, Navaratna - kundalas ear-ornament, Navaratna - ring etc., goes back to classical age. Not so much the jewelers as the astrologers played the role in conceiving the each stones place and priority and relative sizes in an ornament, as also ascertained its quality and impact on the wearer in relation to his or her Zodiac-sign. The talismanic role apart, and not only that the nine jewels attract all across the world, even the Sanskrit term Navaratna is used in trans-borders languages, Burmese, Indonesian, Nepalese and of course Hindi and other languages of the land. Astrological traditions, not merely in India but also in the globes other parts, link these nine jewels with nine planets, namely, ruby with Sun, diamond with Venus, pearl with Moon, coral with Mars, hessonite with Rahu, blue sapphire with Saturn, cats eye with Ketu, yellow sapphire with Jupiter and emerald with Mercury. It is widely believed that these stones : the microcosms of these planets, transmit the planets positive energy into the wearer and at the same time appease the notorious ones, Rahu and Ketu, and others, Saturn in particular, in their unfavourable phases, and thus mitigate their adverse influences. Astrological tradition perceives all planets to have recurrently the negative and positive phases, and these stones have a role during both. With cause-and effect basis being lost the astrology has reduced to a body of believes, though mo