Angarika means “flame coloured flower” or “flame of the forest” in Hindi. Used as a girls’ name, it is also associated with an auspicious day, celebrated during the dark lunar waning phase of the moon. It is said to have begun when the son of Mother Earth, Angarak, used his dying wish to have his name always associated with Lord Ganesha. Thereafter, the Angarika Sankashti, or day of deliverance during troubled times, is treated as a day on which your wishes and hopes may come true, should you pray before the moonlight. The Angarika Ring is crafted in Jaipur, using 22 karat gold and hot, hand-poured enamel.
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