Gaja Mukta - Elephant Pearl - Gaja Mani
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Gajamukta (elephant pearl): As a favorite of Maha Laxmi, it gives enormous wealth. Gaja Mukta – Gaja Moti or Gaja Mani is a rare pearl, which forms near the ivory. Genuine gajamukta, or rare pearls found within elephant tusks are among the many treasures at the Hunupitiya Gangarama Temple. Statues of the Buddha made of precious metals, rare coins, gems, ancient Buddhist texts and various items made of the world’s most precious materials are some of the rare and amazing artefacts on display at the Gangaramaya Temple. Among the most precious of the precious treasures are gajamuthu. These are the rare pearls found within elephant tusks.
International Institute in Astrology and occult science (REGD 072) started on 1993 to take research on occultism and spread the scientific facts behind world occultism. The spirit behind it is shree Debiprasad Mishra and his father Prakash Chandra Mishra.
Debiprasad Mishra as the Director of I.A.O and ceo of www.occulttreasures.com, got no of awards in India and abroad for active research in every branch of world occultism. He is a famous and leading astrologer of India. To prove different branch of occultism as science. His famous program Bhavisyabani is being telecasted on different channels for 12 years. He got different awards on his different subjects at research, starting from Vaimanika Shastra (Ancient Aerospace), Sacred water, Alchemy of Mercury and Gold, Sacred geometry, Planets and their effects, Psychological processing in Tantra, Ancient electro magnetic systems, Antigravity systems, Elixirs, Auyur Veda, Urine Therapy, Bezoars stones etc.
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