Ruby gemstone or manik is the icon of Lord Sun, the monarch of the solar system and also the soul of all planets embracing the entire solar system together in a single strong outer shell. Sun is the presenter of the fire as well as brightness on the land as it starts the day with the glow of beauty and fragrance of positive air entering in all mortals and in total dominating the portrait of life with hope. Ruby gem stone is the element of sun spreading around the radiance of success emitting out from the sun. The lord of all planets governs in the direction of east.
The ruby gemstone or manik bead is been found in the structure of mineral stone as a fusion of aluminum, oxygen, iron and chromium. Ruby gives us the impression of reddish purple color with some of its forms in crimson and scarlet red colors ranging from pick to a deep ruby violet color which is accompanied by its bile dominating nature. Ruby also acquires the higher gravitation power and solid formation as proving its relation with the potent Sun. Combination of chromium and iron explores the red tints in the gem as the divine red beams of sun paints the sky. The purest figure of ruby the manifestation of untainted rose color. This gem holds the influence on the native for four years.
Ruby gem is most significantly recommended to the Zodiac signs Leo or people possessing weak position of sun. This gemstone bead acquires the power to endows the person with complete wealth in all forms along with good health. It leaves the shade of powerful prosperity and position on the wearer by making him or her audacious and firm with the glow of fortune. manik serves the purpose of highly ambitious people by accompanying them in their path.
Ruby gems could be worn in many forms like earrings, rings, necklace and pendants. But to have astrological benefits, it is more recommended to wear it in form of ring or pendant. It could be worn in the form of earring or necklace but astrologically it is lesser recommended.
It plays a dominating role in the career path of engineers, mineralogist, goldsmiths (Jewelers), actors, dramatists, artists, Government officials, politicians, diplomats, merchants and aspirant to fame, stock exchangers, dealers of cloth, cotton paper, flowers and people of creative innovation sectors.