Composition: Diamond is the hardest known substance and is a allotrope of
carbon. Its specific gravity is 4 and hardness 10. Diamond is neither hot nor
cold, it is neutral. Of the seven rays of the rainbow, it represents the indigo
Benefit: It is not good for healing purposes. It is the stone of Venus. Venus is
the planet of love, romance, beauty, attraction and fair complexion. The native
who has afflicted Venus may suffer from leucoderma, eczema, leprosy, and small
pox as Venus represents the beauty of skin. Venus rules over genital organs,
potency of the native, uterus, prostate, urinary track, functions of kidney and
skin etc. Diamond provides strength to these organs provided Venus is well
Use of Diamond gives rise to attraction of females towards the native or
attraction of males towards females. This enhances beauty, charm and makes the
Who would wear: Diamond should be worn by persons both in Taurus, Libra,
Capricorn and Aquarius ascendant provided Venus is well placed but afflicted,
combust, retrograde, debilitated or conjoined with or accepted by malefics.
Persons born in Gemini or Virgo ascendant, if advised after the proper judgment
of the birth chart, can also wear diamond.
Venus is the signification of administrative services as in most of the cases of
IAS and bureaucrats; Venus does play a significant role in regard to their
occupation. So persons involved in administrative services such as IAS, PCS, IPS,
IFS, IRS, IAAS etc. may wear a diamond of good quality for more prominent
Substitutes: The substitutes of Diamond are White Sapphire, Opal, Jerkin, but
the weight should be ten times than that of Diamond as the case may be.
How to wear: It must be worn in middle finger. Single piece of Diamond of at
least one ratti should be used instead of small pieces of Diamond. Diamond ring
should be worn, in platinum or white gold, on Friday morning in middle finger
after purification. Diamond should be worn on Friday morning or when Bharani,
Poova phalguni or Poorva Shadha Nakshatra are operative, free from Bhadra.