Pearl (मोती)

Pearl (मोती)

Pearl is a gemstone that comes in a variety of colours and sizes. Pearls are found naturally as well as cultivated from pearl oysters and fresh water mussels. Shelled mollusks create pearls. It’s made of calcium carbonate in terms of chemical composition. Pearls are typically round and smooth, although they can also be found in unusual shapes.

Sri Lanka, the Persian Gulf, Mexico, Australia, and India are all places where pearls may be found. Sri Lankan pearls are said to have the highest grade and are of finest quality. However, pearls from Bahrain are the most expensive. The highest-grade pearls in India are found in the Bay of Bengal.

Pearls come in a variety of hues, including white, pink, yellow, copper, peach, and black. It is known as “Moti” in common parlance in hindi language.

Astrological significance of Pearl

Pearl is the planet Moon’s birthstone in Astrology. We utilise white pearls extensively for astrological purposes. Pearl is regarded of a cooling crystal. The Moon has complete influence over our minds. Pearl possesses moon power, and hence has the ability to manage and balance our minds. Wearing pearls relieves tension and stress while also providing peace of mind. It is also useful for providing clarity and making sound judgements. Pearl increases our self-esteem and good conduct. Pearl might be prescribed by an Astrologer when the moon is afflicted or badly positioned in the horoscope. Pearls can be worn by Aries, Cancer, and Pisces ascendant people to support them throughout their lives. People whose moon is afflicted in their horoscope may opt for a pearl after seeking suitable astrological advice.

Astrological need of Pearl

The Moon’s location in the horoscope influences mental strength and emotions as per Vedic Astrology. The Pearl is associated with the planet Moon in Astrology and it nurtures our minds and guides us in the correct route once it is worn. The best thing about wearing Pearl is that it has no adverse effects. It has a very gentle character and gives a very soothing effect, gives relief from unnecessary stress and mental anxiety, hence it is preferred to control the adverse impacts of Moon in Kundli.

Choice of Pearl for Astrology

 Natural pearls are those that develop naturally without human intervention, whereas south sea pearls are cultivated pearls that are manually grown within the body of a mollusk and are grown with human assistance. Both are authentic and not fake, but the natural pearl is more expensive due to its scarcity.    

The most valuable pearl is pure white natural pearl with a tiny rose overtone, followed by cream coloured, deep golden, and black coloured pearl. Pearls with a bright shine are regarded to be of the highest grade and are in great demand as they give better results for Astrological needs. Round and near-round pearls are extremely uncommon and highly valued.

Excellent quality Pearls are incredibly valuable, especially the Basra Pearl from the Persian Gulf city of Basra. Basra pearls are distinguished by characteristics such as their baroque form, faint creamish colour, and modest size. The certificate issued by the Bahraini authorities guarantees that the pearl is genuine but does not specify where it came from.

Good grade pearls may also be discovered in the coasts of South India, Sri Lanka, Japan, Myanmar, Mexico, and Venezuela. South Sea pearls from India, ‘Kahil Moti’ from Sri Lanka, Mikimoto Pearls, and Akoya Pearls from Japan are all popular.

How to wear Pearl?

Pearl should be worn between 5 and 7 a.m. on any Monday. It is supposed to be worn in the small finger of the working hand and in silver metal. Before wearing the pearl, it should be cleaned by dipping it in holy gangajal and then energised by chanting the following mantra 108 times:-

Moon Mool Mantra: Om Chandraay Namah

Moon Beej Mantra: Om Shraam Shreem Shraum Sah Chandraay Namah

Vedic rashi : Cancer

Day of wearing : Monday

Finger : Little finger of working hand

Time of wearing : 5 to 7 am

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