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Top What is Ruby Stone? What is it’s meaning and origin? --> The captivating Ruby stone also called Manik in India is a naturally occurring precious gemstone and most expensive gemstones of the world, with the highest price per Carat. The Ruby stone is said to derive its name from the word 'Rubeu Read More...

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Since ancient times, India has been a source of gems and the knowledge of their uses. They were valued for healing and spiritual reasons. Their use as an ornament was of secondary importance. Gems were known to increase the flow of different energies. Individuals would use them both for their own pe Read More...

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SUN (Surya) The Sun is the sovereign planet of the zodiac, furnishing the light and heat upon which all life depends. The Sun's position in a person's horoscope determines his or her external appearance and public persona and provides the energy for one's personal power and influence over others. Read More...

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Ruby Gemstones or Manik Gemstones is a naturally occurring Gemstone, which is a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminum oxide). In terms of chemistry. Manik Gemstone is a mixture of Aluminum, Oxygen, Iron and Chromium.

The presence of chromium in the Ruby Stones structure gives its natural color ranging from pink to blood red. It is one of the four precious stones and much sought after, leading to its increasing cost in the current market. The costs of Ruby Gemstone is primarily determined by color, the most expensive "red" being pigeon blood red...
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