Necklace – “Rohana”

“Om Sathguru Sri Seshadri Swamigal Thiruvadikkae”

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Rohana

Experience a session of meditation with the aroma of fresh sandalwood incense engulfing the space around you…. See what it does to your senses.

Translate this feeling into stone. It is this very transcendental, mild and relaxing feeling, that Rohana characterizes! Picture Jasper and Camel Jasper are stones that speak of strength, sustainability, and endurance.

Rohana, is a beautiful combination of colours and characteristics. With a range of mustards and pale browns, the stones strongly connect one to the earth, and therefore the Mooladhara chakra.

Besides the visually resemblance of Picture Jaspers, and Camel Jaspers to the mild softness of sandalwood beads, it is the property of these two Jaspers to help endure long arduous journeys of life. Crazy Lace Agate is a stone that uplifts one’s spirits, and brings joy, mirth and laughter! (seriously! I have experienced it!) Howlite and White Agate are stones that tame raging emotional disturbances and bring a calm to the mind.

The pale browns are interspersed with whites, beige and silverine beads, imparting it a subtle classy look. With a pair of Camel Jaspers, Howlites and Crazy Lace Agates in the centre-piece, a gorgeous piece of Camel Jasper serves a pendant!

Compared to music, Rohana feels like a distant yet persistent strain of serene music whose notes linger, long after it has stopped playing….

As a fragrance, it continues to haunt your moods, long after the incense has burned out….

Brown gemstones are associated with the Mooladhara, or the root chakra.

White gemstones are associated with the Sahasraara, or the crown chakra.

Dimensions – 8 mm & 9 mm beads, 20 inches long

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a feel of sandalwood…

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a Camel Jasper pendant

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a close-up

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the centre-piece

 

 

 

 

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