||AL203 + Cr (aluminum
||Any shade of red, from
light pinkish red to dark purplish red. In ancient times, pinkish
red rubies were called Padmaraga (red as the lotus) or Feminine
rubies, while dark red rubies were considered Masculine stones.
||3.99-4.1; usually near
||Burma- Burmese rubies
historically comes from the Mogok stone tract. The history of
mining in Burma is long, complex and turbulent and date back
thousands of years. Gems occur in a gravel layer called Byon
at a dept of 20 to 100 feet, and are recovered by rudimental
washing and screening and then hand-picking of encouraging-looking
pebbles. Today, the Mong Hsu tract is also producing gem quality
stones. Very fine Burmese stones over 5 carats are today extremely
rare and can command ten times as much the price of a 5 carats
diamond. Other producers of fine rubies are Thailand, Pakistan,
Vietnam, Ceylon, East Africa.
||"Aum grinih suryaya
7 times at the time of wearing a Sun talisman.
of a well-placed Venus
||Creative, vital, resistant,
determined and decisive.
Successful activity, authority.
Royalty, high position in administration.
Cheerful outlook, good fortune, ambition to achieve great heights,
brilliance, optimism, success in worldly affairs.
of the following diseases
eye inflammation, low or high blood pressure,
Hemorrhage, cardiac thrombosis, heated and bilious constitution
Cerebral meningitis, eruption of the face, typhoid, polypus,
epilepsy, bile complaints, sun-stroke, scorches, diseases of
||Manikya, Ruby, Padmaraga,
Red-lotus color gem, Shona-Ratna, Red jewel, Ravi-Ratna, Gem
of the sun.