Happy & Unhappy Positions of Grahas

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Table 1A 1st Best / Worst Position Planet Exaltation Sign Debilitation Sign Rashi Up to ° Rashi Up to ° Surya Mesha 10° Tula 10° Chandra Vrisha 03° Vrishchika 03° Mangal Makara 28° Karka 28° Budha Kanya 15° Meena 15° … Read More

Planetary Aspects

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Planetary aspects in Jyotish Planet House Aspecting Sun 1st, 7th Moon 1st, 7th Mercury 1st, 7th Venus 1st, 7th Mars 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th Jupiter 1st, 5th, 7th, 9th Saturn 1st, 3rd, 7th, 10th Rahu/Ketu None 7th House aspect of … Read More

Planetary Relationships

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Relationship between the Planets Graha Friends Enemies Neutral Sun Moon, Mars, Jupiter Venus, Saturn Mercury Moon Sun, Mercury None Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn Mars Sun, Moon, Jupiter Mercury Saturn, Venus Mercury Sun, Venus Moon Saturn, Mars, Jupiter Jupiter Sun, Moon, … Read More

Basic Data of The Planets in Jyotisha

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Jyotish uses 9 Grahas (planets) in chart analysis: The Sun (Surya or Ravi) Moon (Chandra Sandu) Mercury (Bhudha) Mars (Mangal or Kuja) Jupiter (Guru or Brhaspathi) Venus (Shukra or Sikuru) Saturn (Shani or Senasuru) Northern Lunar Node (Rahu) Southern Lunar … Read More

Ketu (Southern Lunar Node)

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Ketu is not really a planet, but rather a mathematically calculated point in the heavens. Because of its lack of a “body” it represents uncertain, unexpected and unpredictable phenomena. It is intelligent and relates to mathematics and other abstract knowledge. … Read More

Rahu (Northern Lunar Node)

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Rahu is the point in the zodiac where the paths of the Sun and the Moon cross. If the Sun and Moon in their movement meet in this point, then an eclipse takes place. Eclipses “seize” the light of the … Read More

Saturn (Shani)

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Saturn is known for his ring. Saturn rules restrictions — or things that surround us on all sides. All types of blocks, restrictions and obstacles are the ruling lot of Saturn. The wedding ring is related to Saturn, because it represents … Read More

Venus (Shukra)

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Venus is called Shukra in Sanskrit. Shukra literally means “semen”, but more generally means “refined things”. Venus rules over all types of refined things that are desirable such as art, music, flowers, love, beauty, etc. A well placed Venus in … Read More

Jupiter (Guru)

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Jupiter is the “Guru of the Gods”. Jupiter is called “Guru” in Sanskrit. Guru means “teacher” because he is “heavy with knowledge”. Jupiter is also called Brihaspati (bree-haws-putt-tee). Brihaspati is the name of the Guru of all the demigods in … Read More

Mercury (Budha)

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Mercury is youthful and causes youthfulness or immaturity in the house of the chart it resides. Mercury is the negotiator, so it rules in us the ability to be diplomats, negotiators, deal-makers, or good liars. Mercury rules all types of … Read More

The Navgrahas & Their Meanings

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In Vedic Astrology, only seven planets are considered and the two nodes of Moon (North and South), therefore nine (Nav) planets (Grahas). Below is a summary of the meaning of each planet. Hindu Name Planet Meaning Surya, Bhanu Sun Atma-Self, … Read More

Mars (Mangal)

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Mars is the Ksatriya of the Gods, meaning the warrior. Mars rules aggression, weapons, enforcement of law, emergencies, urgencies, weapons, energy, suddenness, rashness, anger, the color Red, and related items and matters. There are points in all of us when … Read More

Moon (Chandra)

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The Moon is close to us, and reflects the light of the Sun. The Moon is the most visible planet of all, to us here on Earth, because we can look at it so easily. It neither burns our eyes, … Read More

Sun (Surya)

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The Sun is the center of the Solar System of planets used in Vedic Astrology. Therefore the Sun rules all types of central things such as the central government, the centrally powerful person in an organization, and so forth. In … Read More

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