Ruby aka manik is the king of gems, which is sufficient to make your life king size. If ones sun is a lord of positive house in the chart but weaker by way of any possible conjunction, exchange, aspect or stuck up in a grahan/ pitru dosha by evil planets then chart holder must need the gem of Sun –Ruby to influence the sun in the chart and to get benefits from the sun and to be safe guarded from any possible tax penalties, heavy fines, litigations or court cases. People who are born with exalted Sun or born with ascended sign(lagna) as Aries, Scorpio, Sagittarius, and Pisces may wear a natural ruby. As per western astrology, it is a gem for Leo sign.
Day to wear
Sunday morning (avoid Rahu kal)
Finger & Metal
Ring Finger; Gold or Copper
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As per chart, or 20 kgs for 1 carat. Supposedly, a person weighing 80 kg can wear a 4-carat ruby.
You will receive a Ruby wearing kit along with your order.
Sun denote our body organs – Heart, eyes, brain, back bone and head. If you want to get rid of problems in these organs or to avoid any medication or hospitalization due to these organ dysfunction, it is foremost important that Sun of chart holder remain powerful and energized enough to safeguard the native. So, this is the basic requirement to wear a gem of Sun.
Sun also denote respect, name, fame, authority. All the government officials, government bodies, government agencies and government employees are directly influenced by The Bright Sun can be benefited by wearing a natural ruby with treatments.
Ruby gemstone is always associated with love and arouses feelings of love and compassion in the heart of a wearer.
The sun signifies bravery so it helps people with timid personality gain confidence and become independent. It brings passion and make the native ambitious.
The quality of a Ruby is determined by its colour, cut, and clarity, which, along with carat weight, affect its value.
The most important sources of Ruby is Myanmar (Burma). Burmese ruby is considered as the best ruby in the world. It is the rarest and most valuable due to their unique colour, fluorescence, its unique formation in contact & regional metamorphism. Other important sources are India, Africa, Mozambique, Madagascar.
Colour is the most significant factor affecting a Ruby’s quality. Rubies are found in pink, purplish pink to blood red colour. The brightest and most valuable shade of red called blood-red or pigeon blood, commands a large premium over other rubies of similar quality. The most valuable ruby colours are red to slightly purplish red with medium to medium-dark tones and vivid saturation.
Clarity refers to the presence of inclusions, that can affect the transparency and impact how it emits and reflects light. People in the trade expect Rubies to have at least some inclusions because inclusion-free rubies are practically nonexistent. The vast majority of natural rubies contain inclusions. Rubies that do not have inclusions are highly valued and immensely rare or they could be synthetics made from flame fusion process or any synthetic material.
Gemstone certification means to evaluate a piece of gemstone on the basis of different quality parameter’s which have been established by the gem industry. The need of Ruby (Manik) gemstone certification arises due to the presence of a large number of fake gemstone dealers in the market who dodge their customers by selling them synthetic or fake gemstones. So, one should always ask for certification while buying Rubies. Certification of Rubies should be issued by a reliable gemological laboratory.
Synthetic rubies can have same chemical composition and physical structure. Rubies are synthesized through 4 different methods, they are flame fusion, flux, the Czochralski or pulling method, and the hydrothermal method. Flame fusion is quick and inexpensive process. Flame-fusion rubies sell for less than 100 rupees a carat.
Rarity adds to the value and importance of any gemstone. Rubies from Myanmar (Burma0 are considered best in the world due to their unique formation process. Due to low iron content, rubies from Myanmar/ Burma have high fluorescence which reflects in its rare colour.