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Coral attracts #love and #prosperity , particularly red coral, which is a stone of passion. Creativity and optimism are also qualities that coral brings out. Emotionally, coral brings inner peace, #strength , and understanding of #purpose . Red symbolizes action, #confidence , #courage and vitality.
Turquoise is a master healing stone that helps to strengthen the entire body. It is often called the "stone of health." Turquoise helps to sooth the throat and nervous system. It promotes health, peace and inner calm and is worn for communication, luck and love.
Coffee jasper promotes grounding and balance. It also strengthens connection with nature. It helps with focus & clarity and aids in finding solutions to situations.
Isa Khan's tomb was built during his lifetime (ca 1547-48 AD). It is situated near the site of theMughal EmperorHumayun'sTomb complexinDelhiwhich was built later (between 1562-1571 AD). Built within an enclosed octagonal garden, it bears a striking resemblance to other tombs of the Sur dynasty located in the Lodhi Gardens. This octagonal tomb has distinct ornamentation in the form of canopies, glazed tiles and lattice screens, and a deep veranda surrounding it, which is supported by pillars. It stands to the south of the Bu Halima garden at the entrance of the complex. An inscription on a red sandstone slab indicates that the tomb is that of Masnad Ali Isa Khan, son of Umar khan, the Chiefchamberlain, and was built during the reign ofIslam Shah Suri, son of Sher Shah, in 1547-48 A.D. On 5 August 2011, restoration work on this tomb led to the discovery of India's oldest sunkengarden. Isa Khan’s garden tomb is considered the earliest example of an Indian sunken garden attached to a tomb. This concept was later developed at Akbar’s Tomb and at the Taj Mahal.