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Gems and their uses in Vedic Astrology : Gems in Vedic Astrology

By Jagawat, Alok

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Reproduction Date: 4/19/2015

Title: Gems and their uses in Vedic Astrology : Gems in Vedic Astrology  
Author: Jagawat, Alok
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Vedic Astrology
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Publisher: Alok Jagawat
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A small book that covers every sloka related to gems and its interpretation.

“Ratnen Shubhen Shubham Bhavati Nripanaamanishthamshubhen, Yasmadatah Parikshayam Devam Ratnashritam Tajagye” Good, clean and gems of top quality bring good luck to emperors and those which are of bad quality bring bad luck. Hence an astrologer should first check the gem for quality and only then he should provide it to others. Gems are carriers of fate.

I believe that only ‘Ratnas’ defined in classics should carry “Swapranavastha” (Self invoked state) and rest of the gemstones are just stones. To energize them one needs proper mantras to invoke their powers which are positioned in dormant condition. This is the same as Idols of Deities need to be “Pranpratishtith” before they are worshipped. But Shalagrams and Dakshinavarti Shankas have their own powers and they are never invoked through Mantras.


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