The Sun in Capricorn [Makar Sankranthi]

 

 Makar Sankranti festival is celebrated in India at the time of Sun’s entry into Makar or Capricorn sign as per the Vedic Narayan system of astrology. The horoscope cast at the time of Sun’s entry into Makar has provided some indication of social, political, and economic events coming year 

According to the scriptures, Uttarayan is considered as a symbol of the day of God or a sign of positivity, and Dakshinayan symbolizes the night of god or the. Since on this day, the sun starts its journey towards the north so, people take a holy dip in Ganga, Godavari, Krishna, Yamuna River at holy places, chant mantras, etc. Normally the sun affects all the zodiac signs, but it is said that the entry of the sun in the zodiac sign of Cancer and Capricorn religiously is very fruitful

Our bodies are made up of five elements: water, earth, sky, air, and fire, which are represented by Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and so on.

Similarly, the transit affects both our mind and body and is responsible for a particular type of phenomenon, the way it affects society and the country, affects us individually according to our planetary positions. By understanding that we are indicating a particular sequence of events, we can try to improve ourselves.

Sun enters Capricorn, which represents the tenth house of ‘Kaal Purush’ and is considered the house of profession and karma.

 

Capricorn is a one-of-a-kind zodiac sign. Maybe it’s his fearless ambition? Isn’t it incredible how adaptive they seem? Their ability to persevere in the face of adversity and adversity? Maybe it’s their wild side, which is rarely revealed in traditional personality tests, but every Capricorn soul has a rumble.

and the sun, center of our solar system represents our soul, in Capricorn guides us

To do professional work (through which we earn money) systematically with dedication and discipline. as per Vedic astrology. The horoscope cast at the time of Sun  entry into Makar has provided some indication of social, political, and economic events in the coming year 

Now Returning to the Makar Sankranti chart, the Taurus sign rises in both the Lagna and Navamsa charts, and the Vargottama Lagna is believed to be strong. Rahu and the exalted Moon are both in this sign.

Since This year Makar Sankranti is coming on Friday when Moon is in Rohini Nakshatra, According to Bhavishya Phal-Bhaskar, it can bring down the prices of commodities.

The presence of Ascendant Venus in the 8th house is not a positive omen, as it indicates that many secrets will be kept hidden. In the first half of the year, the film and hotel industries will struggle, but from May onwards, they will begin to recover.

We may expect some sharp fall in the stock market until April, but if you believe in long-term investing, then you need not worry, and things will begin to rebound after May.

The sixth house of Navamsa,  retrograde Venus indicates that humans can gather their willpower and decide to bounce back and work hard to get the economy back to normal as Venus acquires strength in Navamsa and Dasamsa charts.

Harvest, should be good this year and we should expect some positive developments in property-related areas.

The conjunction of Mars and Ketu in the seventh house, regarded as negative because both are fire elements and malefic, and the seventh house is also the house of war, and India has Taurus ascendant. this year is crucial for India  Terrorist attacks, border conflict, fears, and explosions can all be seen.

This year will have a mixed effect; the third wave of corona will not be as deadly as the second, and by the end of the year, we should all be back to normal, with the economy improving as well When Jupiter enters Pisces and Saturn in Aquarius respectively.

Good and bad, have.. happened for centuries; Nothing is completely good or bad; changes keep happening in the world, this is the effects of transit; 

The only question is how can we use it to better ourselves.

Because in the scriptures Uttarayana is considered as the day of the gods, and Dakshinayana is considered as the night of God.

Since on this day sun starts its journey towards the north so, people take a holy dip in Ganga, Godavari, Krishna, Yamuna River and visit holy places, chant mantras, etc and take a maximum benefit of transit for their spiritual growth.