At Astrosalah we have a range of Emerald i.e., Panna from Rs. 450/ Rt to Rs. 41000/ Rt. Sizes available are 2.25 ratti to 11.25 ratti.
You can have a look at these collections and decide what you want as per your requirement and budget.
Emeralds also are known as Panna stone these are gem-quality specimens of the beryl mineral family with a rich, distinctly green color. Many cultures throughout time have believed the emerald to be an enormously powerful stone in different ways. The Jyotish gemstone representing the positive powers of Mercury according to Vedic Astrology and Navagraha Gemology is Emerald/Panna.
According to Indian mythology, the name emerald was first translated from Sanskrit as “marakata,” meaning “the green of growing things.” The name we know it as now is believed to come from an ancient Persian word, translated to Latin as “smaragdus,” and eventually over time, corrupted to “emerald.”
There have been many beliefs that emerald brings goodness into one’s life. The Roman magician Damigeron stated in the second century BC that an emerald “influences every kind of business, and if you remain chaste while you wear it, it adds substance to both the body and the speech.”
This gives the rock its Gemlike green colour. Varying amount of iron also alters the colour of the rock. It has a hardness of 7.5-8 and a refractive index of 1.57-1.59. However, it is not a Gemstone recommended for ‘everyday’ rough use since it falls in the category of soft stone.
Government lab-certified panna stone. We make it a convenient and exceptional experience to Buy Emerald online by providing you with a variety of emerald gems to bid on. There are numerous shapes and cuts you can choose from, and the prices of all the gemstones are very much affordable. Take the time to seek out the right investment by looking into an emerald auction. We’re here to give you a smooth and exceptional experience.
Mercury is the planet of business, communication, intelligence, education and intuition. This planet is often referred to as the prince among planets for it takes the characteristics of the planet with which it is posited in a horoscope.
Why Should People wear Emeralds?
It is a gemstone that can help with speech difficulties, respiratory troubles, allergies and nervous disorders. One should always consecrate a gemstone ring or pendant and wear it in the most potent time frame selected according to astrology. The Emerald gemstone should be set in Gold and be worn in the little finger. It should be worn on a Wednesday in the constellation of Uttraphalguni, Aslesha, Jyestha or Revati.
Who Should Wear Emeralds?
The Panna stone is a vital gemstone for a Taurian. For a Taurus native, wearing the Emerald gemstone will ensure better earning opportunities, a steady, positive inflow of wealth, career growth, societal recognition, and spiritual benefits.
Green emerald gems could be worn in many forms like earrings, rings, necklace and pendants. But to have astrological benefits, it is more recommended to wear it in form of ring or pendant.
About Emerald Stone
Color is divided into three components: Hue, Saturation and Tone. The hue must be bright. Gray is the normal saturation modifier or mask found in Emerald. A grayish green hue is a dull green.
Emeralds from the Sandawana emerald mine in Zimbabwe have played quite an important role in the trade since their discovery in 1956. These are rich in chromium and thus a very deep and vivid green, which seen at its best in small stones.
Dark Green Emeralds have recently emanated from Pakistan, and these contain rather indeterminate inclusions, along which flakes of mika and small crystals of phenakite and dolomite could be recognized.
Emeralds from the Ural Mountains Siberian or Russian emeralds have quite a different occurrence, and this is reflected in their inclusion. Flakes of mica may be seen often broken, but the most distinctive features are blades of green actinolite cracks across. Siberian Emeralds is a development of thin, disc like cavities parallel to the basal plane. These show a silvery luster by reflected light, but in some directions may appear black, due total reflection.
The inclusions are mainly mica and liquid-filled cavities. At their best, the colour of these Emeralds is said to resemble that of stones from Sandawana and Colombia.