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Relationship of Planets We have seen in brief the individual characteristics of each of the planets now let’s try and understand how they behave with each other Planet        Friend                              Enemy                       Neutral Sun            Moon, Mars, Jupiter            Venus, Saturn              Mercury...

Rahu and Ketu In addition to the seven planets, the nodes of the Moon are very important in Vedic Astrology. The north node is called Rahu or snakes’s head; the south node is called Ketu or the snake’s tail. Rahu and Ketu are regarded as secondary or shadowy planets. Astronomically, they represent the points at...

What is Astrology? Astrology is a science of fate and destiny. It is a science which recognises the spiritual essence of ‘karma and dharma’. Every soul takes birth to realise certain destiny. To learn some lessons and to enjoy some luxuries. This determination of the soul takes place at the time of birth. The first...

January 27, 2016Blogby Ansu

Role of Planets 1)      Sun: Sun plays the role of the father in the solar system. It is male energy, responsible, one’s soul, energy. It represents fame, glory, principled nature, self respecting individual. However many times this self respect can easily be mistaken by ego. It represents will power, truthfulness. Physical appearance: Square, honey-eyed, scanty...

What are houses? As we have learnt earlier there are 12 zodiac signs in a birth chart. These 12 signs forms the 12 houses. The first house is determined by the rising sign – the ascendant or lagna. The sign next to it will be the 2nd house and so on.. Let’s look at the...

The main purpose of writing this blog is to simplify understanding of a birth chart and explain basic predictive astrology. I wish astrology was as simple as reading a book, but it isn’t.. No one can really put together all the combinations together. The reason astrology is termed as a Divine Science is because only...

I am starting with a series of blog to explain basic astrology for our readers as many have reached out to me to teach them this science, but teaching in itself being a dedicated line of work I found it difficult to take out time for the same. Writing blogs is my way of reaching...

Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, is a holy day for Hindus and Jains. It falls on the third Tithi (lunar day) of Bright Half (Shukla Paksha) of the Indian month of Vaishakha and one of the most important days for Hindus. It is said that when the Lord wanted to create this world, the first word He uttered was Akshaya which means unlimited....

April 20, 2015Blogby Ansu

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