Blue Sapphire Stone (Neelam Stone) is Precious gem of the corundum family, Blue Sapphire cool bluish colour appearance is parallel to its feature and benefits. Colour ranging from very light to very dark Blue or violet blue and in various shades of blue it has benefits in various ways. It is known to bring in good luck, gain in wealth, mental peace, and problem resolution, an opportunity and promotion in work. Also believed to protect from enemies, evil eye and jealousy, blue sapphire is known to be a true blessing with mental clarity, blesses the individual with the correct decision making abilities and clears confusion. According to the astrologers, blue sapphire is associated with the planet Saturn. It is considered that wearing blue sapphire will dominate the negativity of planet Saturn with positive energy bringing in confidence, patience, good intuition power and good relations with workers. It also tends to make people generous, full of life and prosperous.
Blue Sapphire Stone keeps away chronic diseases such as knee problems, bone problems, paralysis, rheumatism, lack of energy, insanity which are caused by negative effects of Saturn.
People who are in the field of surgery, sale, transport and purchase of land/mines, machines, oil, etc. are recommended wearing blue sapphire.
Other known Indian names for Blue Sapphire is Neelam Stone. Indraneel Neelam Stone, Neelamani Stone, Shaniratna, Nelashma, Neelaratna and Shanipriya.
The best collection of blue sapphire stone can be found in Kashmir, India. Other places for its existence include Burma, Colombia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Cambodia, China, Nigeria, Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Thailand, USA, Tajikistan and Tanzania.
As an alternative to blue sapphire stone, you can use amethyst stone which is a semi-precious gemstone found in abundance in nature having dark and bright colors. Its Indian name is Katela / Jamunia Stone. Also used iolite stone (neeli stone) or turquoise stone (firoza stone).
“Om Sham ShanischarayaNama” is the mantra recited while wearing blue sapphire.
Blue sapphire chemically exists as aluminium oxide (Al2O3).
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