• Sun

    As the Sun puts forth light, so it brings forth life. This planet (also known as a luminary and a star) represents the self, one’s personality and ego, the spirit and what it is that makes the individual unique. It is our identity and our face to the world.

  • Moon

    Life on the earth is sustained due to presence of Luminaries in our Solar System- almighty Sun and peaceful cool Moon. Sun governs Soul and Moon rules emotions and feelings. There would be no life on earth without these two luminaries.

  • Mercury

    Mercury is nearest to the Sun. In Vedic Astrology this is called Budh which means cleverness. This planet represents the qualities of intelligence, wit and humor in a person.

  • Venus

    Venus is the planet well known for love, romance, sex, beauty, music, dance and recreations sources. This is also known as Morning Star and can be easily recognized when seen in the north direction early in the morning. This is the brightest planet in the sky.

  • Mars

    Colour of Mars is red and this is considered furious and masculine planet by nature. In a horoscope, Planets Mars rules the courage and confidence.
     Martians prefers arguments and are short-tempered.

  • Jupiter

    Jupiter represents education, wisdom, wealth, happiness and knowledge in Vedic Astrology. This is also considered as highly beneficial planet. Jupiter bestows with everything best if it is favorably placed in the horoscope of a person. His nature signifies growth and development.

  • Saturn

    In Hindu Astrology, Shani means which moves slowly. Planet Saturn has also been named after his nature. He moves very slowly. He takes about two and a half year to cross a zodiac sign. Actually, Saturn is a very huge planet and is placed at a great distance from Earth.

  • Rahu

    All the planets, which I have discussed above, have physical and visual existence. But Rahu and Ketu have no physical shape. These are the imaginary points in the sky. But even then, Rahu is considered most powerful and has been allotted the status of a planet by our Rishis and seers.

  • Ketu

    Like Rahu, Ketu is also an imaginary planet or a node that is positioned opposite Rahu. The constellations govered by him are Ashwin, Magha and Mool. An interesting story has already been described above while discussing about Rahu. The North node is called Rahu and the South node is known as Ketu.

Taurus Monthly Horoscopes
January 2017 will be a busy month for the Taureans on the career front. And do not neglect that leg pain.

Aries Monthly Horoscopes
January 2017 is a month of success and progress for the Aries sun sign. Improving your contacts is the key to your prosperity.

Saturn moves in twelve Rashi’s of Zodiac once in about 30 years.

Are your expenses are very high and beyond your control? There can be many reasons. Astrologically your 12 th may be active and house of ‘dhana’ is not very supportive.

There are so much negative things written about the 8th house that those who are learning astrology gets brainwashed by negativity when they come across anything related to the 8th house.

All the planets, which I have discussed above, have physical and visual existence. But Rahu and Ketu have no physical shape. These are the imaginary points in the sky.

There are many Big Planetary Changes happening in 2017.
This will bring lots of Changes for many of us in the New Year.
There will will Economy Boom expected after February Budgets.

5 important must-follow rituals of Karva Chauth
Karva Chauth is perhaps the most followed and celebrated festival by married women in India. On this day, women fast and spend their day in prayers.

In Northern India, if someone laughs too much and is too happy, they say, “Don’t laugh so much. It will be followed by misery.

In astrology, 12th House + Mars = cause a lot of anger
Anger should be controlled otherwise it’s a big issue which can cause problems in the future.

Humans always select an appropriate time before starting any venture for the successful completion of the work and to bring happiness and prosperity in their lives.

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