Of various gems, Pravala is widely used by the Ayurvedic physicians in their day to day practice of life. The use of pravala for internal purposes and for preparing various formulations can be observed. Internally as medicine, it is administered in the form of Bhasma and pisti for curing various ailments such as Amlapitta, Netra Roga and Hridya Raga etc. At the same time it is also being manufactured by various industries. Hence, the product is widely available in the market. But pharmaceutically, it greatly varies from industry to industry and physician to physician in respect to its quality. Moreover, in the market Pravala is available in two forms viz. Pravala shakha and Pravala moola. The Pravala shakha is costlier than the moola. Some of the clinicians claim that Pravala shakha is more efficacious as compared to Pravala moola, regarding this there is no rationale explained in the classical texts. Hence, how to assess its quality and standard is a question in this scientific and advanced era. The parameters like Organoleptic, physical, chemical, Qualitative and Quantitative etc. plays key role by which quality of any dosage form can be determined. In the present study, the Pravala pisti is prepared by triturating with rose water whereas the Pravala bhasma is generally prepared by bhavana with ghritakumari and subjected to puta. Both moola and shakha are prepared by same methods and then analyzed on parameters like organoleptic, physical, chemical which includes loss on drying, total ash, acid insoluble ash, water soluble extractive, alcohol soluble extractive, pH etc., qualitative and quantitative tests. The results show that there were no significant difference between moola and shakha. However, the percentage of Ca, P, Fe and some other elements is more in pravala moola.