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සිංහල මුල් පිටපතේ අනුවාදනය මෙතනින් ක්‍රමය හරිහැටි දැන මුතු පැළඳිය යුතුය මිණි මුතු

Gem is the most precious stone between rocks. It is also a symbol of this gem of wealth that prides itself on the highest level of beauty. For our ancestors, the belief in the value and power of this precious stone can be believed to have been used for the crowns of the kings and for men and women, men’s pendants, earrings, and babies.

In ancient times, gems are called “Mani”. It means that you should pay. The Mahabodhi created water in the form of gems and many years of rock changes in the Earth’s atmosphere have caused gem stones to emerge, and there is a wide range of gems about the birth of gems.

However, a gemstone that has been identified as a warrior rock by the planet, the planet’s inner circle of gamma ray emitted from our planet allows us to extend our planet’s asteroid, to gain life, fame, prosperity and health of modern 2 gem scientists And the demand for gems in the market today is more evident.

The gemstones, which are knitted with various names, are called viruses, reds, blue, pomegranates, aranul, cacciulas, diamonds, fragamalli, ewas, pots.

Therefore, wearing gems should be worn with knowledge and should be worn out by a senior tricycle to get rid of the deadly constraints that can be applied to the body, leaving it with care, happiness, peace and well-being, and the best gem for good. In order to empower planetary aromas of the center of the person, rather than wearing gems to germinate in the center of the genus, in order to reinforce the aesthetic planets in the center of the person, a planet with proper finger ring with a ringed ring, It’s definitely that you look like the glowing glowing with chopsticks.

Gemstones related to the planet

1. The Ravi planet’s badness – rubbish

2. The bad moon of the planet – Pearl

3. The scaffold of the planet Earth – red rubble

4. Mercury’s crust – tattoos or choirmals

5. The bad luck of the Teacher – Pushparagh

6. Venus’s disgrace – white blue or diamond.

7. Saturn’s glory – bits of red or blue

8. Rahu’s Damage-In The Faith

9. Earthquake’s congestion – Viroddy

Gemstones

1. The balance sheet – white or diamond.

2. To the Countess of the Tiger – tattoos or pickles

3. Gemstone – Blue

4. Pearls – Pearl

5. The lighthouse – red granite

6. To the Virgin Lag – Humor

7. Along the ocean – the diamond white

8. Wolverine – Platter

9. The Angel of Happiness – Pushparagh

10. The Dragon Digest – red cubes

11. The alkaline – blue cube

12 to the Blue Moon – virgin

Your finger

1. Rubbing a ringed ring – wearing a ring

2. The ring that the pearl had touched – to put on the palm of his hand;

3. Dress the red gemstones – Happy to wear on the black gem

4. The ring ring that touched a tentacle – to dress in the breeze

5. Wearing a ring of roses – Wearing a smile at Dambarangalaya.

6. A ring with a virus called a hat – wearing a hammock

7. The ring ring that caught the crown is a good ring.

8. Ring ring with diamond ring. Wearing a diamond ring.

9. A ring on a stone in a stone – a dress in the middle of the hose.

kramaya harihæṭi dæna mutu pæḷan̆diya yutuya miṇi mutu

mæṇik yanu pāṣāṇa atara æti itāma vaṭinā pāṣāṇayayi. alaṁkāraya atin da ihaḷama sthānayak himivana mekī mæṇik dhanavat bavē saṁkētayak lesa da penvā diya hækiya. apē mutun mittan mema vaṭinā pāṣāṇayehi tibena agaya hā balaya piḷiban̆dava tibū dænuvatbhāvaya nisāma rajavarungē oṭunu saha strī puruṣa depakṣaya paḷan̆dina mudu, penḍanṭ, karābu saha kuḍā daruvangē paṁcāyudha ādiyaṭa mēvā yodannaṭa ætæyi viśvāsa kaḷa hækiya.

purāṇayē visū sṛṣivarun mæṇik han̆dunvā ættē “maṇi” namin ya. ehi arthaya nam pidiya yutu yannaya. mahabam̆bu visin jalaya mævū ākārayaṭa mæṇik mævū bava da pṛthivi garbhaya tuḷa dīrgha kālayak tissē sidu vū anēka vidha pāṣāṇa viparyāsayan hētu koṭa gena mæṇik namæti vaṭinā pāṣāṇaya bihi vī æti bavaṭat, mæṇikvala upata piḷiban̆dava vividhākāra mata janayā atara pavatī.

kesē vetat vikisraṇaśīlī pāṣāṇayak bavaṭa han̆dunāgena æti mæṇik gal mataṭa sūryayā ætuḷu graha maṇḍalayen nikut vannā vū kiraṇa mæṇik harahā apagē śarīrayaṭa ætuḷuvīmen apaṭa ætivannā vū graha apala duru vī āyu vardhanaya dhanaya, kīrtiya, sæpa sampat hā nirōgī bhāvaya læbena bava nūtana2 mæṇik vidyāgnayangē pavā mataya vī tibena atara ada veḷen̆dapoḷē mæṇik valaṭa æti illuma desa balana viṭa vaḍāt tahavuru vē.

vairōḍi, ratu, nil, puṣparāga, ārunūl, kākanil, diyamanti, tōramalli, īvas, piyan yanuven vividha namvalin hæn̆dinvena graha vastun atara bæn̆dīmak pavatina mema mæṇik hitumatē pæḷan̆dīmen kenekugē jīvitaya bæbaḷīmaṭa menma vināśayaṭa da hētu vē.

ebævin mæṇik paḷan̆dina oba ē piḷiban̆da manā dænuvat bhāvayakin ēvā pæḷan̆diya yutu atara jyedatirvēdiyaku lavā niværædiva janma patraya parīkṣā kara balā tama lagnayaṭa adāḷava māraka bādhaka ērāṣṭhaka apala duruvī nirōgībhāvaya, seta, śāntiya, diyuṇuva, yahapata læbīmaṭa sudusuma mæṇik vargaya pæḷan̆dīmaṭa buddhimat viya yutuya. janmiyakugē kēndrayaka aśubha phala dena grahayan śubha kara gænīmaṭa mæṇik paḷan̆dinavā venuvaṭa śubha phala labā dena śubha rāśivala siṭina grahayan śubha kara gænīma san̆dahā adāḷa tænættāgē kēndrayē yōgakāraka grahayan balavat kara gænīma piṇisa grahayāṭa, lagnayaṭa adāḷava niyamita æn̆gillē muddaka yodā mæṇik valaṭa menma apalayaṭa ayat japa mantrayakin nisi lesa japakara pæḷan̆dīmen ema mæṇika babaḷannā sē oba da babaḷana bava ēkāntaya.

grahayāṭa adāḷa mæṇik varga

1. ravi grahayāgē apalayaṭa – padmarāga

2. san̆du grahayāgē apalayaṭa – mutu

3. kuja grahayāgē apalayaṭa – ratu kæṭa

4. budha grahayāgē apalayaṭa – pacca hō tōramalli

5. guru grahayāgē apalayaṭa – puṣparāga

6. sikuru grahayāgē apalayaṭa – sudu nil hō diyamanti.

7. senasuru grahayāgē apalayaṭa – kākanil hō nil kæṭa

8. rāhu grahayāgē apalayaṭa – gōmēda

9. kētu grahayāgē apalayaṭa – vairōḍi

lagnayaṭa himi mæṇik

1. mēṣa lagnayaṭa – sudu nil hō diyamanti.

2. vṛṣabha lagnayaṭa – pacca hō tōramalli

3. mithuna lagnayaṭa – kāka nil

4. kaṭaka lagnayaṭa – mutu

5. siṁha lagnayaṭa – ratu kæṭa

6. kanyā lagnayaṭa – padmarāga

7. tulā lagnayaṭa – diyamanti sudu nila

8. vṛścika lagnayaṭa – puṣparāga

9. dhanu lagnayaṭa – puṣparāga

10. makara lagnayaṭa – ratu kæṭa

11. kumbha lagnayaṭa – nil kæṭa

12 mīna lagnayaṭa – vairōḍi

pæḷan̆diya yutu æn̆gilla

1. padmarāga gal ællū mudda – veÄn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi

2. mutu æṭaya ællū mudda – dabaræn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi.

3. ratu mæṇil ællū mudda – veÄn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi

4. pacca galak ællū mudda – suḷæn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi

5. puṣparāga galak ællū mudda – dam̆baræn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi.

6. vairōḍi galak ællū muddak – mædæn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi

7. kākanil galak ællū mudda – mædæn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi.

8. diyamanti galak ællū mudda – mædæn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi.

9. gōmēda galak ællū muddak – mædæn̆gillē pæḷan̆dīma subayi.

This is a Google word to word translation of a article publised on Divaina on 2012/06/29.