June 26, 2009 at 9:24 pm #4730harry_sandhaParticipant
Can we wear neelam and ruby at the same time?
I read an article saying if you are wearing neelam don’t wear pearl, ruby or coral along with it. Is that true ?June 27, 2009 at 6:59 pm #5121
From astrological point of view there are certain gemstones that should not be worn together.
Gemstones Ruling Planet Anti-Gemstones Ruby Sun Diamond, Garnet, Blue Sapphire Pearl Moon Garnet Coral Mars Diamond, Garnet, Blue Sapphire Emerald Mercury – Yellow Sapphire Jupiter Blue Sapphire, Diamond Diamond Venus Ruby, Yellow Sapphire, Coral Blue Sapphire Saturn Ruby, Yellow Sapphire, Coral Garnet Dragon’s Head (Rahu) Ruby, Coral, Pearl Cat’s Eye Dragon’s Tail (Ketu) –
I hope this answers your question.July 2, 2009 at 5:46 pm #5122harry_sandhaParticipant
That is really a valuable information.July 12, 2009 at 6:40 pm #5123LukenessParticipant
Interesting stuff this.January 11, 2011 at 10:55 am #5128AnonymousGuest
Can Emerald, Diamond & Blue Sapphire be worn together?January 14, 2011 at 6:55 pm #5129
Yes, Akash. Emerald, Diamond & Blue Sapphire can be worn together without any problem.
Some websites may say that Diamond should not be worn together with Emerald or vice-versa but according to astrological point of view one can wear these 3 gemstones together without any problem.February 16, 2011 at 8:20 am #5130AnonymousGuest
Can we wear Garnet, Blue Sapphire & Emerald together?February 18, 2011 at 6:20 pm #5131
Yes, you can wear Garnet, Blue Sapphire & Emerald together.March 16, 2011 at 5:26 pm #5132AnonymousGuest
I am wearing a ruby ring in gold in right index finger and I have been advised to wear lapis lazuli pendant in silver and emerald pendant in gold . Is it OK? Kindly advise please.
Bharati D PatilMarch 19, 2011 at 12:29 am #5133
You can wear these 3 gemstones (Ruby, Lapis Lazuli & Emerald) together without any problem.
Everything you described sounds good except that ruby ring should be worn on ring finger of your left hand.March 28, 2011 at 12:52 am #5134AnonymousGuest
Hi, it is mentioned above that blue and yellow sapphires should not be worn together. Are you saying they should not be worn on the same hand even on different fingers? Please confirm. At the moment jewellery shop well known for gems has advised me to wear both but on different fingers. I am concern now. Thank you.March 28, 2011 at 11:23 pm #5135AnonymousGuest
Can we wear Cat’s Eye and Hessonite together in one single ring?April 2, 2011 at 7:34 am #5136
When it says yellow sapphire is not to be worn with blue sapphire, then it means that both should not be worn on the same time irrespective of hand or finger.
Yes, I think you can wear them both on the same finger.April 8, 2011 at 5:54 am #5137AnonymousGuest
I have been wearing blue sapphire in my left ring finger, ruby in my right ring finger and Garnet in my right middle finger. But recently I came across an article that I am suppose to wear ruby in left ring finger (females). I also read that blue sapphire and ruby should not be worn together and also ruby and garnet. I am totally confused. I have the habit of removing the rings after i come back from work. Please Guide Me!!April 8, 2011 at 9:31 am #5138
Females are advised to wear their rings in left hand while males are advised to wear them in right.
You can wear blue sapphire along with garnet but not with ruby as per the list shown above this post.
In India, people don’t take the rings off from their fingers as they had worn the gemstone on special day after worshiping. And they believe that taking the rings off could lessen the astrological powers.
But, one should not be worried about taking the ring off if one feels uneasy with it. It is just about one beliefs. But for full astrological effect it should be worn 24/7/365. If you can’t wear it through out the day, specially on night then keep the ring under your pillow.
In India, before wearing a gemstone either a ring, pendant, etc., astrologers advise to keep the gemstone under their pillow for 3-4 days when going to bed to see if the gemstone brings positive result.
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