mool nakshatra(the end of something and precursor to something new)

Nakshatras have a unique significance in Vedic astrology despite being well known as a small constellation of stars. Predictions are made using the constellations. Aside from that, the term “constellation” appears in ancient astrology. Mool Nakshatra is related to the end of life and is considered a harbinger of fresh beginnings. It is sometimes referred…

Sun in Taurus (Vrishubh Sankranti )15th may to 14 jun

Sun in Taurus from 15th May to 15th June (Transit) As the Sun progresses across the zodiac and into new constellations, we observe shifts in the seasons as well as other phenomena that are influenced by the Sun. The transit has an effect on both our mind and our body and is responsible for a…

Blessed with an early or delayed baby?

Vedic astrology is quite useful for predicting the child’s future pleasure and misery. According to the Parashari system of Vedic astrology, Jupiter is the karaka, or significator, of a child’s birth. In the Jaimini approach, the position of the Putrakaraka is assessed with reproduction in consideration. The Lagna and the fifth house/lord are also considered…

Akshaya Tritiya(some beneficial tips and tricks)

Akshaya Tritiya is an auspicious day that is free from the impact of transiting planets. Akshaya Tritiya 2022 will be celebrated on 3rd May. Some tips and tricks of Indian culture to increase luck and prosperity We Indians use some auspicious days (Tithi) for this.Akshaya Tritiya is one of them. You don’t have to wait…

Jyeshta Nakshatra(conservatism, deliberation)

Jyestha   According to its deity, Indra, the Jyestha Nakshatra is characterized by its general richness, grandeur, and accomplishment. Jyestha Nakshatra’s common attributes of conservatism, deliberation and stress on human acts are its motivating resources while keeping the protective element of Indra. The second Nakshatra arrangement in Jyeshtha completes a full cycle beginning with Magha….