Name : Ruby
Introduction: The sun is considered to be the king of the planets. The sun is the star, but Astrological calculation it is the planet to the Astrologer. By sun grace the life of the human beings develops. Ruby is prescribed to strengthen the debilitated position of the sun. Ruby Call in bangle language- Chuni (Pzbx). It is a Holly Gem for the Muslim, because BAITUL MAMUR Made with Ruby by the ALMIGHTY ALLAH. Ruby is a very precious most attractive gem. This is called by different names according to the places it is found at most of the names of ruby are found in the Holly QUARAN. Its Arabic name is Yakut. Even name found in Sanskrit language too. Burma (MAYANMAR) Ruby is the best in the world. It's price much more then a high quality diamond and emerald. If you want to know the Ruby price please click www.rajjatak.net.bd/rubygolad.doc and read the 1989 Reader digest magazine's description bellow without change any word. Now in India also, Ruby is being extracted from mines. It is extracted in South India, this is opaque. This Indian ruby colour is pink. In Bangladesh the gem seller named it a new Burma ruby. It is fake and one kind of fraud business. Please don't thought that Indian ruby to be of high quality. Ruby is also found in Canada, Cambodia, South Africa, Norway, Switzerland, Pakistan, Tanzania and now a day's ruby also found in Afghanistan.
How to use and weight:
The precious pigeon blood colour Burmese ruby1 Carat is sufficient for you. Thailand or Srilanka ruby (pink Colour) should be weight 5-8 carats. It should be on ring finger, locket on the neck, right arm for male and left arm for female. If a real ruby worn, name fame freedom, money, leadership, you can get. Heart disease, brain disease and Haemophilia. Etc. disease cure by Ruby. After binding the gems it is essential to purification it (SHODHON) and the wear it best day, lagna, thithi and the auspicious time which note down by me or your personal astrologer.
The Ruby should be worn again the same way. If it gets cracked, or in lost or stolen.
• Price: If can collect a precious ruby- price to be negotiable.
• Chemical composition: Aluminium oxide.
• Hardness: 9
• Specific Gravity: 3.97-4.05
• Refractive Index: 1.766-1.774
• Dispertion: 0.018
(The World biggest Ruby-496.5 Carat also has in MYANMAR National Treasury. It is Burma’s National Property.)
The Sun Fact file:
• Distance from the earth: Approximately 150 million km (92 million Miles)
• Size and Diameter: 1.4 million km (870000 miles)
• Polar: (75° latitude),
• Rotation period: 33.4 earth days
• Equatorial rotation period: 25.7 earth days
• Temperature of corona: Rises to two million degree centigrade (3.6 million degree Fahrenheit)
• Surface temperature: -470° C (-870° F)
• No of planet in solar orbit: 9
• The vibration of sun: Approximately 65000 Hz
(Vibration varies person to person)
• Radiation of the gems Ruby: 70,000Hz frequency range This frequency range varies on gems quality A new record selling price for a ruby was set at Christie's in St. Moritz on February 15, 2006.
It was a Burma "pigeon’s blood" 8.62 carat cushion-cut ruby
This ruby realized a price of $425,000 per carat.
The stone was certified by the Switzerland laboratory SSEF, with "no indication of heating".
The new owner is the London jeweler Laurence Graff.
The previous record for a ruby was sold by Christie’s in 2005,in New York: $275,000 per carat for a 8.01ct stone
THAILAND’S RUBY RICHES By John Hoskin
Some 200 miles southeast of Bangkok, huge yellow bulldozers and mechanical diggers begin the day’s work of tearing up the lush green countryside. In their wake the earth lies brown and pockmarked. Here, riches lie literally underfoot. This wild corner of Thailand, in Trat and Chanthaburi provinces, accounts for most of the world’s facet-quality rubies. And Bangkok, the national’s capital, is the premier market for international buyers. Thailand’s official ruby exports exceed $130 million annually, but as one Bangkok gem trader points out, “you can add half as much again to that as many deals are never recorded”.Within an area of barely 20 square miles lie 25 to 30 productive gem fields centred on Trat’s rough-and-tumble mining communities like Bo Rai and Nong Bon. The atmosphere is reminiscent of America’s old Wild West. On my first visit to Bo Rai a man was killed in a shoot-out for stealing a ruby from another min er. No one knows exactly how many people are involved in rub y mining. Bo Rai, the largest mining town, has an official population of some 36000, but the actual figure is probably much higher as Mon, Burmese and khmer illegal immigrants join in the hunt of riches, spurred by stories such as a 150-carat ruby rough found in 1985 that sold for $1.2 million.
One Of the major gem stones rubies are the rarest. A large perfect diamond can be found, but a large, perfect ruby is unheard of. Carat for carat a ruby will cost more than a diamond. As far back as biblical, the ruby has been priced for its beauty and rarity ‘the price of wisdom’ the old treatment reminds us, ‘is above rubies’ (job 28:18). The stone has always been a symbol of wealth and status. The crown jewels of European and Asian monarchies alike abound with fine rubies, and a cameo of England Queen Elizabeth I is carved on a large ruby. In 1986 Prince Andrew gave his fiancée a ruby engagement ring.Above all, though, the ruby is an oriental stone. Its main source has always been the Far East, and for Asian potentates throughout history it was the marked of wealth and power. Traveller’s tails abound with accounted of rubies priceless beyond the wildest dreams. In his travels, Marko polo describes a ruby belonging to the King of Ceylon; ‘it is about a palm in length and of the thickness of a man’s arm. It is the most brilliant object to be hold in the entire world….’ So awe inspiring is the red of the ruby that in ancient times oriental thought it was alive. Ripening in the earth like a fruit. Medieval medical journals even listed the ruby as a cure for many ailments when taken in powdered form or simply worn next to the skin.
In India, the ruby was known by the Sanskrit word ratnaraj, meaning ‘king of precious stones’. According to the ancient Hindus, a ruby offering to the god Krishna would allow you to be rebind as an emperor. The Burmese believed that rubies could make a person invulnerable in battle, and warriors would have a gem embedded beneath their skin. In Thailand the regalia of the menarche and the seasonal costumes of the emerald Buddha, the countries most revered image, incrusted with rubies, among other gems.Ruby mining in Thailand dates back to the late 19th century, traditionally a private affair with groups of three or four diggers working with small stakes. Beginning in the 1960s, mining operations started to expand and the most productive fields are now run by private companies employing hundred or more workers. And by the late 1960s, Thailand was producing more rubies than any other countries of the world. Today, however, the Thai mines are yielding a smaller volume than two or three years ago, thereby making rare gem even rarer. Thus, poor, independent miners have been risking life and limb to prospect illegally inside neighbouring Cambodia.