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Natural 7.47 Ct (8.25 Ratti) IGLI Certified Natural Star Ruby Gemstone



Price in points: 149400 points
In stock

Origin of Gemstone - Brazil

Carat Weight - 7.47 Ct (8.25 Ratti)
Approx Dimension - 12.43mm/11.00mm/4.00mm
Shape/Cut - Oval Cabachon
Color - Red
Treatment - Fissue Filling Observed

Ruby Gemstones represents the planet Sun, therefore people with strong sun can wear Ruby Gems. The best Ruby Gems are known to generate liveliness and bring spark in the human nature. It takes away sadness and gloom from an individual's character. It is believed that gemstone Ruby Gems is effective in safeguarding a person from evil spirits, along with enhancing his/her financial stability.

Ruby Gems set in ring/pendant according to Rudraksha Ratna Science Therapy gives only beneficial results to the wearer, pacifies malefic effects of Sun, and enhances the positive effects. Both, those who have Sun malefic in their chart as well as by those who have Sun benefic, can derive Ruby Gemstone benefits. A person who wishes to have power of command, name, fame and success may use this gemstone. Ruby is related to the Manipura Chakra, which is the navel chakra of the body. This gemstone helps to unblock this chakra, leading to a powerful sense of responsibility and leadership

Ruby stone undoubtedly holds enormous amount of benefits. However, these benefits are actually conferred to a person, only and only if; one chooses to abide by the rules of astrology to wear it. According to rules, if you are wearing it for the first time, then wear it on any auspicious Sunday between 0800 hours and 1000 hours. The process requires you to dip the stone, which should be of at least 3 Ratti and should be embedded in gold or copper, in sacred Ganges water or in a mixture of spring water and raw milk on the night of the preceding Saturday. After touching the stone with an image or idol of any Lord of choice, one should wear it in the ring finger of the right hand while reciting the Mantra of “Om GrrNi Suryay Namah".