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Royal Wedding Jewelry - Kate Middleton's Tiara, Eaarings & Ring

Kate Middleton wore a 1936 Cartier Halo Tiara, matching earring pair & a diamond ring, for her wedding with Prince William on Saturday . The tiara was lent to the bride by Queen Elizabeth. The earrings, diamond-set stylized oak leaves with a pear shaped diamond set drop and a pavé set diamond acorn suspended in the center, were a gift from the bride's parents & have been inspired by the

Two gold stick pins, one with a single gold acorn at the head and the other with an oak leaf, were also worn respectively by the Father of the Bride, Michael Middleton, and the Bride’s brother, James Middleton.

Pearl sold for more than 200,000 USD

If you thought Pearls are cheap, think again!

Christies has auctioned this 59.92cts. Natural seawater pearl for more than 254,000 USD!

It is a baroque shaped natural pearl accompanied by a certificate from the renowned & the most well known lab for Rubies, color stones & pearls - Gubelin Gem Lab.

Below is a photo of the pearl.

Photo courtesy : Internet

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Mahaveer Jayanti : Live & Let Live

Mahaveer Jayanti marks the birthday of Mahaveer, founder of the modern Jain religion and the last in the galaxy of 24 Teerthankaras. He was born on the 13th day of the rising moon of Chaitra, in either 599 BC or 615 BC .

About Jainism
The term Jain has been derived from Jina, which means The Conqueror, of Self. Jainism rests on the three-fold path of right conduct, right faith and right knowledge. It does not believe in a single God who absolves the worshippers of their sins. It teaches the practitioners to take complete responsibility for their actions, thereby underlying the Karma theory. It teaches the followers to live a very austere life, in an attempt to clear their debt to mankind and also attain the highest form of salvation.

The devout followers of this religion do not even harm a fly. Some followers cover their mouths with a tiny cloth, in order to avoid the slightest possibility of killing of germs during breathing. It was this doctrine of non-violence (Ahimsa) that was adopted and popularized by Mahatma Gandhi during the freedom struggle. 

To liberate one's self, Mahaveer taught the necessity of right faith (samyak-darshana), right knowledge (samyak-gyana), and right conduct (samyak-charitra'). At the heart of right conduct for Jains lie the five great vows:
"Jiyo aur Jeene do" or Live & Let Live were the Golden Words of Mahaveer. Let us hope they last through the centuries & help humans build a peaceful world.


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