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Parad Articles should not undergo hard impact or fall from height as it can break.
After Abhisheka on Rasalingam, one should wipe the Parad Shivling thoroughly along with the base.
Kindly avoid use of Ashtagandha or Sandalwood powder, as they may contain metallic impurities that can corrode the surface of Parad Shivling.
Cleaning and Washing of Parad Shivling should always be done with pure drinking water and not with tap water or chlorinated water.

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Properties of Parad Dhatu (Metal Mercury)

Synonyms of Mercury (Para):

Rasa, Rasendra, Suta, Chapal, Rasraj Simal, Jeev, Jivak, mercury .apart from these synonyms all other names denoted with respect to Lord Shiva are also used as its synonyms. According to scientific aspect mercury is known as atomic energy (Atom), according to Ayurvedic philosophy mercury is considered to be the most important drug with respect to treatment.

Potency of each metal according to Ayurvedic texts:

Copper-32 Gunas, Kanta-Loha (Iron) 64, Silver-80, Gold-100, Diamond & Abhrak (Mica) 1000, Para (Mercury)- 100 crores

Mercury can be used for treatment of all diseases. Because of mercury one can attain good health and strong body.

If mercury is purified appropriately then it can be used for treatment of all disease and it also delays ageing process.

Properly purified and solidified mercury helps for treatment of all diseases, if it is converted into Gutika form (Pill) it leads to Mukti (Salvation), in Mrut (Powder Form), Bhasma consumption leads to longetivity of life that is the reason mercury is considered as the best medicine.

Mercury is considered as one of the best and important metal. Although mercury is extremely mobile, instable , even then it has some special properties, that is the reason why ancient Ayurvedic Aacharya's have termed mercury as "Pran" i.e. Life or "Aaatma" i.e. soul (Properties of mercury).

Gati's of Mercury: Gati means the process through which Para is lost, there are in total 5 Gatis of Mercury namely:
  • Jala Gati: It is as mobile as water.
  • Mala Gati: When mercury is triturated with other herbal medicines, during the process some fine dirt particles move along the surface along with Mercury particles.
  • Hansa Gati: During transfer or mixing of mercury with other materials it spills into tiny particles.
  • Dhuma Gati: During various sanskar done on mercury like Jaaran (Burning), Maaran, it smokes out.
  • Jeev Gati: also called as Adrushya Gati in these Gati, just as the soul moves from the body and a person doesn't know

  • Above mentioned Gatis even if they are stopped even then Para gets disappeared. It is because of these Gatis that Para helps in the treatment of bodily diseases and thereby gives new life to an individual. Thus it is also denoted as "Jeev". Out of the 5 Gatis of mercury we can practically observe 1st four Gatis of mercury but not the 5th (Adrushya Gati) which is also denoted as Daivik Gati, spiritual procedures like Sidhha Mantra, Dhyan (meditation), Yoga, can stop these Gati just as the soul leaves a human body.

    Physical Observations

    The amount of the foreign metal in the mercury alloy with the added material (The Amalgum) was approximately calculated from the measurement of the density of the Amalgum. The density (as you know) is the ration of the mass to its volume.

    Mass of the sample Alloy (Amalgum 130. 100gm., supplied
    Volume of the sample Alloy 10ml
    The density of the Amalgum was found to be 13.01

    Considering the density of the metal mercury to be 13.55 (as seen from the literature), it appears that the impure metal is present to the extent of less than 1% (very little amount). No estimate of the good, if any, present in the sample can be done by the usual goldsmith method (i.e. employing the goldsmith stone) normally employed in such an examination.

    It can be noted that densities of various metals are follows: (Ref. Chemical dictionary)

    Mercury: 13.55, Lead: 11.34, Silver: 10.50, Gold: 19.30

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