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Should I wear a gold? : Be your own Astrologer! People often ask, “Should I wear a gold?”. You will surely make up your mind on buying a gold jewelry after reading this piece of article. Fashion, weddings, and parties are where gold gets its decorative, artistic and glittery expression, but there is a deeper and more meaningful significance that gold jewellery carries. You’d be surprised to discover the benefits of gold. According to Vedic astrology, Jupiter is named after the god- Brihaspati- who is often depicted with a golden body? The gold has a connection with all the planet in astrology but it has the main connection with Jupiter.   Do not wear gold for a hobby. You should wear it when you need it.    Fingers and gold Astrologers advise wearing a gold ring on the index finger to help those who suffer from poor concentration problems. You have to wear on the middle finger if you are having a problem with fame and prestige. If you are having problem wi
22 Karat Vs 24 Karat gold Have you ever wondered the gold that you are wearing - Is it 24 karat or 22 Karat? Mostly, people wear 22 karat gold as casual jewelry. Would you like to explore more on the purity of gold? Karat refers to the purity of gold. 24K gold is considered to be pure gold, i.e. 100% gold. 22K consists of some portion alloy mixed with gold. This means, 91.7% of the composition is pure gold and the remaining is an alloy in 22K Gold. Why is this done? Mainly for jewelry. It is very difficult to make gold jewelry out of 24K gold because of its softness. Hence, the alloy is mixed and gold jewelry is often found to be made in 22K gold. In fact, traditional diamond jewelry is made in 22K gold and lightweight jewelry in 18K gold. Quality of gold is measured in terms of karat. The more the unit the more the quality. Best quality gold is 24k and lesser is 22, 18 and so no.  Karat  is the ratio of gold is to other metals used. It is not universally true t

Diamond Brooch Past few years, women have stolen boyfriends’ jeans, watches and tuxedos, so we can’t blame men for grabbing a traditional female adornment – the  diamond   brooch  – in return. Often spelled as broach, brooch is referred as royal ornaments, brooch is made with expensive or semi-expensive materials sometimes studded with gemstones and/or creative intricate designs. It is a mark of honor and enhances the look. It is believed that brooch is used in  Bronze age as clasps, or to fasten or hold garments together. However it is nowadays used as jewelry or ornament to show money/power/success. Diamond Brooch Collections in Nepal It can take varied shapes, sizes and forms, like bars,  khukuri,   Temple ,  feather , sun, moon, circles,  knots hearts  and combination of those, depending on culture and fashion trends. It became popular in 19th and 20th century when British officials wore it in important events as an adornment. Nowadays it is worn by men in other