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Pearl (Moti) - Fresh Water - Standard Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) in fresh-water lakes or ponds in India or outside India available at best price online.
€1.33

Pearl (Moti) - South Sea - Basic Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) from South Sea in basic quality at best price online.
€3.98

Pearl (Moti) - South Sea - Standard Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) from South Sea in standard quality at best price online.
€9.28

Pearl (Moti) - South Sea - Medium Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) from South Sea in medium quality at best price online.
€18.55

Pearl (Moti) - South Sea - High Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) from South Sea in high quality at best price online.
€33.13

Pearl (Moti) - South Sea - Very High Quality

Naturally cultured Pearls (Moti) from South Sea in very high quality at best price online.
€53.01

Pearl (Moti) - Pure Natural Uncultured - Basic Quality

Natural uncultured pure and rare Pearl (Moti) from deep seas in basic quality at best price online.
€132.54

Pearl (Moti) - Pure Natural Uncultured - Standard Quality

Natural uncultured pure and rare Pearl (Moti) from deep seas in standard quality at best price online.
€265.07

Pearl (Moti) - Pure Natural Uncultured - Medium Quality

Natural uncultured pure and rare Pearl (Moti) from deep seas in medium quality at best price online.
€530.14

Pearl (Moti) - Pure Natural Uncultured - High Quality

Natural uncultured pure and rare Pearl (Moti) from deep seas in high quality at best price online.
€1060.28

Pearl (Moti) - Pure Natural Uncultured - Very High Quality (GRADE A-1)

Natural uncultured pure and rare Pearl (Moti) from deep seas in very high quality at best price online.
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(GR000022) Pearl (Moti) 5.45 Carat / 5.99 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Standard
€60.72

(GR000028) Pearl (Moti) 4.8 Carat / 5.27 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Basic
€44.55 €35.64

(GR000031) Pearl (Moti) 5.54 Carat / 6.09 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: High
€287.82

(GR000033) Pearl (Moti) 7.02 Carat / 7.71 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: High
€243.14

(GR000038) Pearl (Moti) 7 Carat / 7.69 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Basic
€51.97

(GR000884) Natural Pearl (Moti) 3.59 Carat / 3.95 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Standard
€53.17

(GR000889) Natural Pearl (Moti) 2.92 Carat / 3.21 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Basic
€30.06

(GR000894) Natural Pearl (Moti) 5.36 Carat / 5.89 Ratti

Natural Cultured Pearl (Moti) from South Sea. Quality: Basic
€39.78

2.64 carat Pearl (Moti) [GRPL00061]

Natural Fresh Water Cultured Pearl (Moti) from of high quality
€80.48
 
Pearl is an object produced within the Mantle of a shelled mollusk or mussels or other sea animals. It is produced by an excretion of the insect inside the shell onto an irritant to protect itself from that irritant. It is basically a calcium carbonate or calcite. Pearls are available in white, silver, grey, black, blue, pink, golden (cream white) and purple shades. 
 
Other Names: Moti, Mukta or Muthu Mani in Southern India.
 
Mineral: Calcium Carbonate
 
Chemical Composition: CaCO3
 
Hardness on Moh's Scale of 10: 2.5 to 4.5
 
Specific Gravity: 2.6 to 2.85
 
Refractive Index: 1.52 to 1.77
 
Popular Origins: Pearls are produced in Sea and it can practically be found from any sea or ocean across the world. However, some of the origins are famous in the global trade of Pearls. The most famous of them are Basra pearls. Basra is a region in the Kingdom of Bahrain that actually falls under Iraq. However, the pearl fisheries in Basra are still governed by Kingdom of Bahrain. Natural real Basra Pearls are very rare nowadays. Apart from Basra, natural real pearls are found from Indian Ocean near Nicobar Islands, Australia, Venezuela & Persian Gulf. Culturing of Pearls because of rarity in finding natural real pearls, started around 1960s. Pearl Culturing is a process of human intervention in producing pearls by inserting irritants (usually of large sizes) in the shell resulting in larger pearls as compared to the natural uncultured real pearls. Finest qualities of Sea Cultured pearls are found in South Sea area near China and Tahiti Islands (a french Island in the pacific ocean). Tahitian pearls are famous because of their black to grayish black nacre which gives them the name 'Black Pearl'. 
 
Popular names of Pearl: Basra Pearl, Keshi Pearl, Tahitian Pearl, Biwa Pearl, Burma Pearl, Black Pearl, South Sea Pearl.
 
 
 

Which is the Best Substitute For Pearl?

 
Freshwater Pearls & Moonstone are considered to be the best substitute for pearl gemstone. From astrological point of view a substitute gemstone takes more time to show their effect.
 
Astrological Significance (Who should wear Pearl): Pearl has the shine, brightness and soothingness as the Moon.. In vedic astrology, Pearl is associated with the planet Moon (Chandra). People born in the Lagna of Moon i.e. Cancer (Kark) should wear a Pearl for a life time. Apart from this, people with Lagna Aries (Mesh), Scorpio (Vrishchik) and Pisces (Meen) signs can also wear Pearl gemstone.
 
 

Pearl Benefits:

  1. Pearl is considered to give soothing effect to its wearer. It controls anger and provides mental stability. 
  2. It can benefit the wearer with favor from mother & family. It is also worn for improving concentration, home environment & provides calmness.
  3. It can also cure hypertension & anxiety.
 

How to wear Pearl?

 
Best Weight (in carat or ratti): Pearl is a precious gemstone. Every gemstone, when worn for astrological purpose, need to adapt to the body mass of the person. Therefore, it is considered good to wear the gemstone more than 1/12th carat of the body weight of the person. For example, if a person weighs 60kgs, he/she should wear minimum 5 carat (5.5 ratti) [60 / 12 = 5]. In case of low quality pearls or cultured pearls, one should divide the body weight by 10, i.e. he/she should wear minimum 6 carat [60 / 10 = 6].
 
Best Metal(s): Pearl should preferably be worn in Silver, Gold or Panchadhatu. 
 
On which finger to wear: Pearl gemstone is considered to be most effective when worn in the little finger of active hand (For right-handed people, active hand is right hand and vice-versa).
 
When to wear: Best time to wear pearl gemstone is during sunrise of a Monday between Ashtami tithi of Shukla Paksha (8th day the Waxing moon period) and Ashtami tithi of Krishna Paksha (8th day of wanning moon period).
 
 

What is the procedure For Wearing  Pearl?

 
  • On the selected day & time to wear your pearl, take your ring or pendant studded with the pearl and place it in a clean and empty bowl.
  • Now, add Panchadravyas (Five Sacred Elements) in the following pattern one by one to the bowl – Starting with: GANGA JAL (Holy Water), TULSI LEAVES (Basil leaves), MILK, HONEY & GHEE (Butter). Mix them together in the bowl with your finger and keep the bowl in front of you.
  • Close your eyes and recite the Mantra "Om Som Somaye Namah:" 108 times and pray to the Chandra (The moon) to give you the peace of mind, satisfaction and prosperity.
  • Open your eyes and take the ring out of the bowl. Dip it in another bowl of clean water and soak it with a cotton cloth piece and wear it.

Note: Please do not throw the mixture of Panchadravya in dump. Rather, pour it in a flowerpot or Plant pot as this mixture is considered a good fertilizer too.
 
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