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Abhijita Kulshrestha

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Abhijita Kulshrestha
BornKasauli, Himachal Pradesh
🏳️ NationalityIndian
Other namesGemstone Astrologer
💼 Occupation
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Abhijita Kulshrestha is an Indian gem astrologer, author and poet. She is the founder and director of Gemstone Universe. She also taught at the Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA).[1]

Early life and career[edit]

Abhijita Kulshrestha was born in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh. She completed a master's degree in Mass Communication from Punjab University[clarification needed]. She is a certified NLP Practitioner from the National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Programming, Florida.[1] She is also certified by the Gemological Institute of America and Planetary Gemologists Association (Thailand).[2]

As a columnist, she writes for newspapers and magazines such as Businessworld,[3] The Times of India,[4] HuffPost,[5] Deccan Chronicle,[6] Thrive Global[7] and many more.[8][9]


She wrote her first book Ambrosia Sides in 2018.[10][11]


  • India's Woman Icon of the Year Award[12]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Zachariah, Preeti (5 January 2014). "A gem of a woman". The Hindu.
  2. "Gem of a woman". Deccan Herald. 13 March 2015.
  3. Kulshrestha, Abhijita. "Importance Of Gemstones". BW Businessworld.
  4. Aug 18, Abhijita Kulshrestha. "Winds of change against employment exchange | Chandigarh News - Times of India". The Times of India.
  5. "Abhijita Kulshrestha". HuffPost India.
  6. Kulshrestha, Abhijita (19 May 2016). "Stone power: Healing gemstones". Deccan Chronicle.
  7. "Chasing the Musk Deer Called Happiness".
  8. "Abhijita Kulshrestha Archives". OMTimes Magazine.
  9. "Importance Of Gemstones - ICA".
  10. "A taste of poetic freshness". 12 January 2019.
  11. Pioneer, The. "For a taste of freshness". The Pioneer.
  12. "Abhijita Kulshrestha Wins the India's Woman Icon of the Year Award 2018".

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