Absolutely natural, non treated, powerful gems. Vishhwas offers natural gemstones that come with a Certification of authenticity, based on the 'clarity and purity' standard, the highest measure of gemstone certification in the world. In addition, Vishhwas maintains the quality of gemstones by testing each piece under different instruments by our expert gemologist from Gemological Institute of America(GIA) and Gemological Institute of India(GII). Not only this, Vishhwas gems are enlightened by astrologers to make them more powerful. Throughout the whole process of selection, we make sure that you get nothing but the best, so that your dreams come true just the way you want them to.
In the Holy Scriptures, sapphire is consistently described as being around the Throne of God.
Blue sapphire is a gemstone that has never lost its timeless appeal.
The name emerald comes from the Greek ‘smaragdos’ via the Old French ‘esmeralde
Ruby’s red glow is like the snowflake and the rainbow.
Garnet traces its roots to the Nile Delta in 3100 B.C., where Egyptian artisans
Corals are organic product which settled in enormous colonies in the depths
Like the eye of a sleek feline predator, the Cat’s Eye winks at the astonished
Opals are also known as the "Gem of the Gods". The name opal is thought
Pearls have been prized for their beauty and rarity for more than four thousand
Rudraksha, also rudraksh, Sanskrit: rudrākṣa ("Rudra's [Shiva's] Teardrops"), is a seed
Yellow Sapphire (Pukhraj)
In the Holy Scriptures, sapphire is consistently described as being around the Throne of God. Yellow sapphire harmonizes and benefits Guru or Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. It signifies knowledge, wisdom, virtue, fortune, justice, education, future, religion, philosophy, devotion, children, distant travel, spirituality, truthfulness, prosperity and charity. Yellow Sapphire guides action in the most harmonious and uplifting manner and balances inner and outer input while simultaneously performing and monitoring action.
As with all gems, protect sapphire from scratches, sharp blows and temperature changes, although the sapphire is so tough, no special care is really required. However, sapphires are subject to chipping and fracture if handled roughly. Remove jewellery before doing heavy work.
Thursday during the Hora of Guru i.e. between 6-7am or 1-2pm
Aum brim brihaspataye namah
(1) Yellow coloured cloth (Mango Colour)
(2) Bengal Gram (coated) Sandal, Kumkum
(3)Ketaki Flowers or marigold flowers Prasad i.e. Kheer made of Jaggery and Moong Dal
Spread a yellow cloth in below an God idol. Spread Bengal gram(Channa Dal) on it. Apply sandal, kumkum to the ring and plate it on the dal. Take 3 Ketaki flowers, or 3 marigold flowers with Channa dal and recite Guru Mantra. After pooja, offer kheer made of moong dal and jaggery. Wear the ring and donate Bengal gram.
Blue Sapphire (Neelam)
Blue sapphire is a gemstone that has never lost its timeless appeal. Combining excellent hardness and wear-ability with outstanding brilliance and luster, blue is the classic sapphire color.
Ancient priests and sorcerers honoured sapphire above all gems, for this stone enabled them to interpret oracles and foretell the future. Blue sapphire is so powerful if used properly that it can alleviate even long-term misfortune. It represents longevity, discipline, authority, ambition, leadership, perfection, humility, accidents, conservatism and dutifulness. Blue sapphire can cause sudden upturn in business and change the life pattern of the wearer for good. It brings wealth, name and fame.
Care & Cleaning Care & Cleaning
Blue sapphires can be cleaned with a gemstone cleaning cloth and warm water with dish detergent. For deeper cleaning, soak the piece of sapphire ring or pendant in a dish detergent and warm water solution for 10 to 20 minutes, and then scrub gently but firmly with a soft cloth or makeup brush to remove any residues and dirt. Dry carefully with a gemstone cleaning cloth before wearing. Gemstone cleaning cloth is available at Vishhwas store.
(2) Steel Lamp
(3) Black til Sandal, Kumkum
(4) Blue flowers
(5) Eight black cloth