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Knowledge or Vidya

The Upanishads refer to two kinds of knowledge: Paraa Vidya (परा विद्या) and Aparaa Vidya (अपरा विद्या):   1. Paraa Vidya (परा विद्या): is higher or supreme knowledge. It focuses on knowing...

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Sun in Jyotish, Vedic Astrology

Sun God is the king of the planetary hierarchy in Vedic Astrology, Vedanga Jyotish The powers and influential abilities of the Sun in Vedic Astrology are way beyond that of any other planet. He is the significator of the universal soul, health, power...

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Birth Chart Astrology Analysis of Shri Amitabh Bachchan

The article provides an astrological analysis and explanations of Mr. Amitabh Bachchan’s birth chart, the Angry Young Man of Bollywood. I have used the Dasamsa kundli D10 of Shri Amitabh Bachchan to elaborate on his glorious career in Indian ci...

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Fundamentals of Yoga in Jyotish

To understand the meaning of Yoga in Jyotish, we first need to comprehend the meaning of Yoga. Yoga means addition, union, synergy, and togetherness. When planets are in Yoga they work in coherence and synchronization. The outcome of their combined e...

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Diksha

​What is Diksha and its significance? Types of Diksha and auspicious Muhurta to take Diksha.​ Diksha is a samskara (a purificatory ceremony or rite marking a major event in one’s life​)​​ ​involved in all serious Spiritual learning...

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Enemies, competitors, and weakness.

The article sheds light on enemies, competitors, and weaknesses via Vedic Astrology. Also explains some important yogas of Jyotish namely Dhimantha Yoga and Jai Yoga. In Vedic Astrology, the enemies, opponents, and competitors are to be seen from the...

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Results of the 9 Navamsa rising in the Ascendant

Results of 1 to 9 Navamsa rising in the Ascendant, Mansagari, Ch. 1 We see the degrees of the Ascendant/Lagna and decide the Navamsa of the Lagna rising. As we know, one Navamsa is the 9th part of a sign and is equal to 3.20′. So If the Lagna r...

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Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga: Meaning, Calculation, Timing & Effects

Uncovering the Hidden Power of Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga: A Guide to Astrology’s Game-Changer The article provides an in-depth understanding of Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga in Vedic Astrology, including its meaning, benefits, and effects, along with i...

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Arudha Lagna (AL) and Bhav Padas

Arudha Lagna (AL) and Bhav Padas Lagna represents rising (उदय), beginning, Sunrise, and birth. Arudha means mounted one, visible. So, the Arudha Lagna means the rising that is mounted or visible or known to others. Arudha Lagna represents our s...

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