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Wearing Red Coral, Moonga in 2019 | Auspicious days, Carats, Wearing Finger, Metal

coral gemstone

coral gemstone

Wearing Coral gemstone – Auspicious days to wear Coral (Praval, Moonga, Pagadam), best weight in carats, which finger you should wear it on and which metal the ring should be made with?

Red Coral is the third one of Navaratna, Nine Gemstones as per Hindu Astrology. Red corals are the most popular among corals and are formed by colouring white corals. Also natural corals with a combination of red and orange colour are found. Pink and red coral are used in jewellary and golden coral is very rare to find.

Red coral is beneficial in aiding good physical and mental health. It is also known to instill vigour and vitality in the individual. Red coral reduces the negative effects of the planet Mars and it bestows monetary gains, socials status and success in new ventures for the person.

Check more about Moonga Gemstone here..

Planet for Moonga stone – Mars (Kuja, Mangal).

For Kuja doshas, as a remedy Coral gemstone is worn.

Nature of Red Coral stone – Hot

Finger in which to be worn – Ring Finger / Middle Finger

Auspicious day to wear – Tuesday (Mangalvar)

Preferred metal in which the ring or other ornaments should be made – Silver or Copper

Weight of Ruby stone – 7 / 9 / 11 Rattis (1 Ratti = 0.91 Carat).

The weight is measured in Rattis in most of the traditional jewelry stores in India. Based on the locations (North India, Central India, Western India & Eastern India), the measurement varies like for 100 Rattis = 90 to 94 Carats.

Substitute for Red Coral gemstone – Corundum.

Auspicious Days for wearing Coral in 2019

1 January 2019

8 January 2019

22 January 2019

29 January 2019

12 February 2019

19 February 2019 (11.20 AM onwards)

26 February 2019

19 March 2019

26 March 2019

2 April 2019

16 April 2019

23 April 2019 (till 10.50 AM).

30 April 2019

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