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Goldstone is a gemstone that helps the wearer to attain his goal with less effort. It makes the person calm and gives him strength so that he may stabilize his emotions.

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Goldstone is a gemstone that helps the wearer to attain his goal with less effort. It makes the person calm and gives him strength so that he may stabilize his emotions.

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sange maryam Gemstone is supposed to help poise the energy in the body. sange maryam provides protection and absorbs negative energy. It balances yin and yang energy. sange maryam clears electromagnetic and environmental pollution includes radiation. It encourages honesty with one’s self. It provides courage to assertively handling problems.

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sange maryam Gemstone is supposed to help poise the energy in the body. sange maryam provides protection and absorbs negative energy. It balances yin and yang energy. sange maryam clears electromagnetic and environmental pollution includes radiation. It encourages honesty with one’s self. It provides courage to assertively handling problems.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Onyx is an astrological gemstone many types of which are used as astrological substitutes for primary gemstones. For example Green Onyx is an astrological substitute for Emerald. ONYX gemstone is a type of Chalcedony which has parallel banded layers. The colors of the bands may range from white to many other shades like black, blue, green, red, red-orange, orange, honey etc. The various varieties of Onyxes are used for Astrological as well as healing purposes.

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Dur-e-Najaf  (from Najaf) is a type of quartz which comes from Iraq. Specifically from Najaf al-Ashraf. It is found in either the rivers or on land. the ones from the rivers are brighter.

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Dur-e-Najaf  (from Najaf) is a type of quartz which comes from Iraq. Specifically from Najaf al-Ashraf. It is found in either the rivers or on land. the ones from the rivers are brighter.

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Dur-e-Najaf  (from Najaf) is a type of quartz which comes from Iraq. Specifically from Najaf al-Ashraf. It is found in either the rivers or on land. the ones from the rivers are brighter.

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Dur-e-Najaf  (from Najaf) is a type of quartz which comes from Iraq. Specifically from Najaf al-Ashraf. It is found in either the rivers or on land. the ones from the rivers are brighter.

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Dur-e-Najaf  (from Najaf) is a type of quartz which comes from Iraq. Specifically from Najaf al-Ashraf. It is found in either the rivers or on land. the ones from the rivers are brighter.

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Bloodstone (also known as Heliotrope stone) is a natural, semi-precious gemstone from the Chalcedony mineral family that has a solid deep green body color with a light splatter of sharply contrasting and clearly visible blood-red dots. Ancient people relate the color pattern with the sacred ‘Blood of Christ’. In western culture, Bloodstone is also worn as the March month birthstone.

Bloodstone Gemstone Benefits

Protects in Legal Affairs

Improves Stamina & Leadership Qualities

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Cat's Eye (Lahsuniya in Urdu) is a semi precious gemstone found in shades of colours like gray, black, honey and yellowish green.

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Moonstone  is an excellent stone which brings calmness and emotional balance. It symbolises serenity & higher consciousness. The distinctive blue tint makes it desirable for jewellery making.

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Rutilated Quartz (also called Mohe Najaf) is a unique gem variety from the Quartz mineral family which is prized for its visible, hair-like rutile inclusions in golden, copper red, silver, brown, green or black color. These inclusions are present within the crystal in beautiful patterns that amplify the inner radiance and beauty of this wonderful gemstone. It is majorly worn for healing and jewelry purposes.

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Rutilated Quartz (also called Mohe Najaf) is a unique gem variety from the Quartz mineral family which is prized for its visible, hair-like rutile inclusions in golden, copper red, silver, brown, green or black color. These inclusions are present within the crystal in beautiful patterns that amplify the inner radiance and beauty of this wonderful gemstone. It is majorly worn for healing and jewelry purposes.

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Rutilated Quartz (also called Mohe Najaf) is a unique gem variety from the Quartz mineral family which is prized for its visible, hair-like rutile inclusions in golden, copper red, silver, brown, green or black color. These inclusions are present within the crystal in beautiful patterns that amplify the inner radiance and beauty of this wonderful gemstone. It is majorly worn for healing and jewelry purposes.

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Rutilated Quartz (also called Mohe Najaf) is a unique gem variety from the Quartz mineral family which is prized for its visible, hair-like rutile inclusions in golden, copper red, silver, brown, green or black color. These inclusions are present within the crystal in beautiful patterns that amplify the inner radiance and beauty of this wonderful gemstone. It is majorly worn for healing and jewelry purposes.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Tiger’s Eye is a lower order astrological substitute for Ruby. It is also a healing gemstone that has optical reflectance effect. Tiger’s eye is also widely used as a jewelry stone. It is usually available in shades of dark yellow. Tiger's Eye can be worn by anyone as it causes no side effect. However, many astrologers advise this gemstone as the last substitute to an Astrological Ruby.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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Kashmir Blue Sapphire is the finest variety of Blue Sapphire, highly popular due to its ‘true’ blue hue and velvety texture. It was sourced from the Kashmir Sapphire mines during 18th century but due to excessive mining, the mines got nearly depleted in early 19th century. Since then, Kashmiri Neelam stone gained the reputation of highly rare
and precious gem, desired by serious investors and collectors.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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The Ceylon Sapphire is one of the most highly sought-after Sapphires sourced from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) and comes in vibrant colors such as blue & yellow.

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Sapphire is a highly transparent, colorless, precious gemstone of the Corundum mineral family. astrology recommends this gemstone as an astrological substitute of the diamond. It is worn to gain success in creative career, luxurious lifestyle, marital bliss and good physical health.

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White Topaz is a semi-precious transparent gemstone. It is often mistaken for Diamond because of its radiant and luminous luster. It is also referred to as Clear Topaz and Silver Topaz. It is an excellent stone for meditation and has healing properties.

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White Topaz is a semi-precious transparent gemstone. It is often mistaken for Diamond because of its radiant and luminous luster. It is also referred to as Clear Topaz and Silver Topaz. It is an excellent stone for meditation and has healing properties.

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White Topaz is a semi-precious transparent gemstone. It is often mistaken for Diamond because of its radiant and luminous luster. It is also referred to as Clear Topaz and Silver Topaz. It is an excellent stone for meditation and has healing properties.

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White Topaz is a semi-precious transparent gemstone. It is often mistaken for Diamond because of its radiant and luminous luster. It is also referred to as Clear Topaz and Silver Topaz. It is an excellent stone for meditation and has healing properties.

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Sky blue topaz is a natural, light blue colored, semi-precious gemstone of the Topaz mineral family. Due to its high durability and vitreous shine, this gemstone is immensely popular for jewelry purposes. astrology recommends Sky blue topaz as the astrological substitute of Blue Sapphire (Neelam stone). It is also worn as December month birthstone in the western culture.

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Sky blue topaz is a natural, light blue colored, semi-precious gemstone of the Topaz mineral family. Due to its high durability and vitreous shine, this gemstone is immensely popular for jewelry purposes. astrology recommends Sky blue topaz as the astrological substitute of Blue Sapphire (Neelam stone). It is also worn as December month birthstone in the western culture.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Yellow Topaz is a yellow colored, semi-precious gemstone of topaz mineral family. In astrology, it exists as the substitute of yellow sapphire and is worn to improve career, financial position, health and marital relationship.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Zircon is a natural, semi-precious gemstone of the Nesosilicates mineral family that is found in different colour varieties such as white (colourless) blue, yellow, red, orange, green etc. The colourless variety is often recommended as the astrological substitute of the diamond. Zircon gemstone is regarded as December month birthstone and can also be worn for healing and jewellery purposes.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.

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Sulmani Aqeeq is a brownish red, semi precious translucent to opaque gemstone from the mineral family of chalcedony. It is known as the stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage. India, Brazil, Siberia and Germany are the major sources of Sulmani Aqeeq stones.