Pearl is ruled by the planet of Moon. Pearl is also known as “Moti” in Hindi. The moon expressed the mother or female. As per the Vedic astrology, moon rules the zodiac sign cancer.
Pearl is obtained from pearl oyster. The natural pearls that from around foreign bodies that have made their way inside the shells of marine freshwater shellfish.
Rituals For Wearing A Pearl
Pearl should wear on Monday. For pearl, silver metal is suitable. Pearl should be touching the skin of the wearer’s finger. According to astrology, the best time to wear a moti is evening with the rising of the moon.
Methods Of Wearing A Pearl
Before wearing the ring, it should be washed with Ganga-water (on condition that Ganga-water is not available then wash it with any holy-water). When ring has been washed, it should be kept on a white cloth on which a Moon Yantra has been drawn with white sandalwood paste.
In the below the Yantra to be drawn on cloth with white sandalwood paste is as follows.
The wearer can also do these rituals himself. First of all, the wearer should be sitting on a straw mat facing north-west while worshipping the Yantra. After the worshipping, the Yantra is respected by a Tilak, flowers and incense should be offered with ring in the front of silver Yantra. In the end, pearl connected with the ring should be worshipped speaking the mantra of the Moon God.
“OM SOM SOMAYE NAMAH OM”
The mantra should be spoken either 108 or 11,000 times. The wearer should meditate and after meditation, the ring should be worn. The ring should be worn, either on the ring or the little finger in the left hand. That would be possible too, wearer should donate white cloth/rice/milk/mishri to any begger or can be given to a Pandit in a temple.
Pearl are quite graceful, so advised not to be placed in cotton, because cotton can produce scratches, cracks and waves on their surface.
A ring worn by this holy method brings good luck, peace and prosperity.