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The Neelanjali Ruby, at 1,370 carats (274 g), is the world's largest double-star ruby.
Additional recommended knowledge
A ruby is known as a star ruby if it contains an asterism (distinctive star-shaped light refraction) in the gem. The Neelanjali Ruby is the world's largest star ruby with a 12 point asterism, which is commonly denoted as a double-star ruby. The ruby belongs to G. Vidyaraj and is reported to be in Bangalore, India.
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