Black Agate ( Kala Hakik ) Mala
Black Agate ( Kala Hakik ) Mala is often recognized as the best for Shani Mantra Jaap. People also adorning a Black Agate ( Kala Hakik ) Mala to get relief from Shani Badha. A person finds a deeper relaxation in life when he is going through tough times.
This Black Agate ( Kala Hakik ) Mala has 108 +1 Beads which are Black. it is entwined in silk thread which is very strong and it can’t break easily. There is a knot between two beads in the entire mala, So it is also useful for Jaap.
Thread colour: Black, Beads Size: 6.5 mm Mala Size: 30″ inches (all around)
Agate is a translucent variety of microcrystalline quartz. It is used as a semiprecious stone when it is of desirable quality and color.
Agate generally forms by the deposition of silica from groundwater in the cavities of igneous rocks. The agate deposits in concentric layers around the walls of the cavity, or in horizontal layers building up from the bottom of the cavity. These structures produce the banded patterns that are characteristic of many agates. Some of these cavities are lined with crystals and those are known as geodes.
Agate occurs in a wide range of colors, which include brown, white, red, gray, pink, black, and yellow. The colors are caused by impurities and occur as alternating bands within the agate. The different colors were produced as groundwaters of different compositions seeped into the cavity. The banding within a cavity is a record of water chemistry change. This banding gives many agates the interesting colors and patterns that make it a popular gemstone.
Agates have been used as gemstones for thousands of years. They were some of the earliest stones fashioned by people. Today they are cut into cabochons, beads, small sculptures, and functional objects such as paperweights and bookends. Agate cabochons are popular and are used in rings, earrings, pendants, and other jewelry objects. Agate beads are commonly made into necklaces and earrings. Some have been used as marbles.