Site Loader
Get a Quote

Astrology & Planetary Combinations

In our earlier we discussed in detail, the logical approach towards planetary combinations. In this dissertation we will try to understand the inner significance of certain planetary combinations. Combinations come under special rules of Astrology and as such can run counter to general rules. For instance Hydrogen is inflammable; so

Astrology & Marriage

“Marriages are made in heaven” – so goes an English adage. This adage really means that the life partner one gets in this life is decided by cosmic forces. And what better cosmic force can we conjecture than planetary vibrations in deciding the spouse of a person? The 7th house

Uttara Phalguni

Uttaraphalguni is a star which spreads to two Rasis – normally Leo and Virgo. “Bagha” is the presiding deity for this star. We have heard of the famous vedic prayer “Bhagya Suktam” which improves a person’s good fortune. This prayer is addressed to “Bagha”. Wealth, happiness, fame and modesty are

Rohini

In this piece we read about Rohini, which falls totally in Rishaba (meaning all of its four quarters fall within the boundaries of Rishaba) . Rohini is well known because it is associated with Krishna, who, Hindus consider an incarnation of Mahavishnu. Sri Krishna had both his Ascendant as well

Pushya

We will now discuss the salient features of Pushya Star, the eighth in this sequence, on lunar constellations. Rasis are lifeless. Stars endow them with life. Mind is inert by its very nature. When it is in touch with the soul it gets life. I can cite an example here.

Purva Phalguni

The four quarters of this star, in navamsa, fall in Leo, Virgo, Libra and Scorpio,respectively. The involved Planets are Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars. Of the above, two (Sun and Mars) are masculine, while the other two (Venus and Mercury) are not masculine. People born in this star are capable

Punarvasu

In this article we will discuss salient features of Punarvasu Star. The First three Padas of Punarvasu Star fall in Gemini while the fourth pada falls in Cancer. When Moon is in Punarvasu in Cancer, it will be Vargottama, so also is the case when it is in the third

Mrigashira

In this part we will discuss the astrological peculiarities of Mrgashira Star. Soma is the presiding deity of Mrgashira. Soma refers to moon. People born in this star will prosper on worshipping Soma. Mrga means deer in Sanskrit and shirsha means head: Mrgashirsha means deer’s head. Since this star resembles

Makha

The first cycle of nine stars commences from Ashwini and ends with Ashlesha. The second cycle commences from Makha and ends with Jyeshta. In this article we will dwell on the intricacies of Makha Star. According to Kala Vidhana, “Should the birth star of either the bride or the groom