Showing posts with label Birth Time. Show all posts
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Friday, 18 January 2013

BIRTH DURING NATURAL CALAMITIES

We have seen many information that details about the effects of Birth during malefic periods. The Birth during natural calamities like thunderstorm, squally weather, cyclones, earth quakes and any other natural disasters are considered to be malefic.

The malefic results are likely to incraese in the below mentioned situations.

1. If the baby is born in the midst of malefic Mahadasa periods.

2. If the baby has malefic grahas associated with Lagna/Lagna lords.

The malefic results are likely to affect either the baby or its parents depending upon the planetary positions in the Kundali. The Parents are advised to do study the horoscope in detail and do necessary pariharam. 

Monday, 14 January 2013

BIRTH DURING PARIVESHAM

As per the Hindu Vedic Astrology, the birth during some of the defined period also brings Dosha. The birth during Parivesham is considered as inauspicious and brings doshas.

The Parivesham is the period, during which a circle of light encircles the Sun or the Moon. We call it as "Fort built around Sun/Moon". If any baby is born during this period, it is considered as inauspicious and could bring danger to the baby/family.

If the baby has malefic dasa periods, it could give more bad results. The parents are advised to take the babies to the nearest temples and do Ayush homam. The parents should take the guidance of good astrologers in coming to a conclusion. 

Sunday, 13 January 2013

THITHI SANDHI (PART - 2): WHAT IS KUUGAI DOSHA?

We have studied extensively about Thithi Sandhi. The Thithi Sandhi period that lies between Amavasya and Pratipad thithi are called as "Kuugai Dosha".

A person born during the last 12 minutes of Amavasya and the first 12 minutes of the following Sukla Paksha Pratipad are affected by this "Kuugai Dosha". If the Kuugai time also has Thiyajayam (We study this effects in detail later) and period is within 4 minutes (both within Amavasya and Pratipad thithi), then this "Kuugai Dosha" is considered as very acute.

This Kuugai Dosha is considered as highly inauspicious. Let us see the effects of this "Kuugai Dosham".

1. The Kundali (Horoscope) of a person born during this Kuugai Dosha would remain non-functional and delivers confusing results.

2. The person (who are affected by this Kuugai Dosha) may not know the reason, why he is so unlucky.

3. Any events or work started during this period may not turn into success. 

WHAT IS THITHI SANDHI?

As per the Hindu Lunar Calendar, the Thithi is classified into Sukla Paksha (Period of ascending Moon), Krishna Paksha (Period of descending Moon), Amavasya (New Moon) and Pournami (Full Moon) periods.

Both the Krishna Paksha and Sukla Paksha starts from Pratipad (Prathamai) thithi and ends at Chaturdasi thithi. There are 14 days periods (approximately) for both the Sukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha. When 2 days for Amavasya and Pournami are taken into account, the total days for the Cycle of Thithi's are counted as 30 days.

The last passover time (12 minutes) from one thithi to the starting time (12 minutes) of the following Thithi is called as "Thithi Sandhi". If the passover time (preceding and following thithi) is within 4 minutes, then the effects of "Thithi Sandhi" is considered as very acute.

Any one born during this period would be affected by this "Thithi Sandhi". Let us see the effects of "Thithi Sandhi".

1. The Horoscopes (Kundali) of the person born during this "Thithi Sandhi" will become non-functional, gives mixed and confusing results.

2. Any events and functions started during this period is likely to give negative results.

3. When compared to all other Sandhi's, the Thithi Sandhi's are considered as less damaging. 

WHAT IS LAGNA SANDHI?

The Lagna (Ascending sign) denotes the exact birth of every person. The Lagna starts from the Zodiac house (Rasi), where the Sun is placed during that particular month (Hindu Calendar Month). The Lagna starts at the time of Sunrise and goes around the 12 Zodiac signs (Rasi) and returns back to the same Zodiac sign (Rasi) on the next day.

The time taken for travelling through each Rasi differs slightly, but approximately the Lagna stays around 2 hours.  The passover time of Lagna from one Rasi (Zodiac house) to another Rasi is called as "Lagna Sandhi". The period between the last 12 minutes of the preceding Lagna and the first 12 minutes of the following Lagna are called as "Lagna Sandhi".  If the baby is born within 4 minutes time limit, then we can assume that the effects of dosha would be very acute.

If a baby is born during this passover time, then it is assumed that the baby has a dosha called "Lagna Sandhi". Let us see the effects of "Lagna Sandhi".

1. The Horoscope of the person would remain non-functional and give mixed and confusing results.

2. The Mother of the baby who was born during this Lagna Sandhi could face troubles.

3. The baby would itself face troubles, if it has born during malefic Mahadasa periods.

4. If any malefic planets are placed in the Lagna, then the problem for the baby would be acute.

5. Any events or functions started during this period is likely to fail miserably. 

Friday, 11 January 2013

WHAT IS KALA SANDHI?


As we know, the word "Sandhi" means the Junction or meeting place. Here the Kala Sandhi denotes the meeting time of two kalams (Periods), @ night and day kalams.

The 48 minutes (2 naligai) during both Sunset and Sunrise are called as "Kala Sandhi". The 24 minutes (1 naligai) before the Sunset and Sunrise and 24 minutes (1 naligai) after the Sunset and Sunrise comes under this "Kala Sandhi".

You must get the actual Sunset and Sunrise time from the Panchangam.

This "Kala Sandhi" is a highly inauspicious period for the following reasons.

1. Any baby born during this period are likely to get affected by this Kala Sandhi.

2. The Horoscope are likely to give confusing results in the future.

3. The preganant woman and infant babies under the age of 1 year must not be taken out during this time. We should not allow the shadow of any bird flying above falls on the baby.

4. The "Kala Sandhi" period should be avoided for starting a long journey.

5. The "Kala Sandhi" period is not suitable for conducting any type of auspicious functions.

Thursday, 10 January 2013

NAKSHATRA SANDHI (PART - 2): KANDANTHA NALIGAI

We know that the last 2 Naligai (48 minutes) of the preceding nakshatra and first 2 naligai of the following nakshatra comes under this Nakshtra Sandhi period.

The following Nakshatra Sandhi is considered as very deadly and dangerous. The details are given below.

1. The Last  2 Naligai of the Revathi nakshatra and first 2 naligai of the Aswini nakshatra.

2. The Last  2 Naligai of the Ayilyam nakshatra and first 2 naligai of the Magham nakshatra.

3. The Last  2 Naligai of the Kettai nakshatra and first  2 Naligai of the Moolam nakshatra.

This type of Nakshatra Sandhi is called as "Kandantha Naligai". Here Kandam (Neck) + Antham (End) means a possible serious trouble ahead. Let us see the possible effects of this Nakshatra Sandhi.

1. If a baby is born during this time, then the "Ayush Homam" must be done immediately on the prescribed temples. Other pariharam also must be performed as per the analyzis of the natal horoscope (Kundali). 

2. If a marriage is performed during this time, the marriage is likely to fail miserably. 

3. If a travel is being started during this time, it could end in a disaster. 

General: It is advised to avoid using this timings for all kinds of auspicious functions. 

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

BIRTH DURING SOLAR ECLIPSE

The Planet Sun is the head of all other planets. The Planets (Chevva, Budha, Guru, Sukra and Shani) gets combusted by the Sun, when they are placed in close proximity to the Sun. The above mentioned planets moves in a retrograde manner (Vakri) during certain planetary position with respect to the Sun.

But the Raghu and Kethu does not get affected by the Sun. In fact, the Sun gets into trouble when it moves into a position of close proximity to the Raghu or Kethu.

Now, let us see the effects of the Birth during the Solar eclipse period. The preceding day before the Solar eclipse, following day after the Solar eclipse and the Solar eclipse day itself are the three days that comes under the effects of Solar Eclipse.

1. Those who are born during the Solar eclipse period are likely to suffer. Either their natal horoscope would remain non-functional or give a confusing results.

2. The Father of the boy could face critical moments in his life or he may not have cordial relationship with his baby.

3. If the Sun owns any malefic houses or placed in any malefic houses, then the problem becomes more acute.

4. If the Sun has any association with any malefic planets, then the malefic results increase for the Solar eclipse.

5. Any personal or family functions held during the Hindu Lunar Calendar month that contains the Solar Eclipse are likely to give very bad results only.

6. The 3 days (Solar Eclipse day, a day before and a day after Solar Eclipse) are also forbidden for any auspicious events or functions. 

WHAT IS VARUSHA SANDHI? (वार्षिक जंक्शन)

As we know the word "Sandhi" means Junction or meeting place. The term Varusha denotes the English word "Yearly". Thus the Varusha Sandhi actually means the meeting period of two successive Hindu Lunar Calendar Year.

The Varusha Sandhi is applicable on the last 7 days in the preceding year and the first 7 days in the next following year. This above mentioned 14 days comes under "Varusha Sandhi".

The Varusha Sandhi is highly inauspicious on the following counts.

1. Those who are born during this Varusha Sandhi period might suffer; their horoscope either becomes non-functional or gives confusing results.

2. The parents of the babies, who are born during the Varusha Sandhi are likely to suffer too.

3. Any personal and family functions held during this period are likely to give bad results only. 

Monday, 7 January 2013

WHAT IS MATHA SANDHI?

"Matham" in Tamil means Month in English. Sandhi means junction or meeting place. Hence "Matha Sandhi" means the defined time schedule between the two Tamil (Hindu Lunar Calendar Months) months. The last day on the preceding month and first two days on the next successive month are considered  to be within the Matha Sandhi period.

Example: The last day of the Chaitra (चैत्र) month and first two days of next Vaiskha (वैशाख) are called as "Matha Sandhi".

The above mentioned 3 days that is considered as "Matha Sandhi" period is highly inauspicious on the following counts.


1. Those who are born during this Matha Sandhi are likely to suffer. Their Natal horoscope are likely to be non-functional.

2. The Parents of the baby, who are born during this time are also likely to suffer.

3. This Matha Sandhi period has to be avoided for all kinds of auspicious family functions. The family and personal functions held during this period are likely to give very bad results only.

WHAT IS NAKSHATRA SANDHI?

As we know the word Sandhi means the Junction or meeting place. Hence the Nakshatra Sandhi means the meeting point of two Nakshatras.

There are 27 Nakshatras that are taken into consideration in the Hindu Vedic Astrology. The Moon travels through each Nakshatras starting from Aswini and ending in Revathi. But the movement is a continious basis. Thus after completing the journey through all the 27 stars, the Moon exits the Revathi Nakshatra and again starts its next round of journey from Aswini, without any break. Thus the Moon goes around the 27 Nakshatras on a continous basis. The entry and exit time of the Moon into the 27 Nakshatras varies around 24 hours.

The Last 48 minutes or 2 Naligai (Naligai is a measure of time that equals 24 minutes) during the entry and exit into a Nakshatra by the Moon is called as "Nakshatra Sandhi". This Nakshatra Sandhi period is highly inauspicious time.

Example: Suppose the Moon is exiting the Hastham Nakshatra at 8.59 am and enters Chitirai Nakshatra therafter. In that case, the time between 8.11am and 9.47am is called as Nakshatra Sandhi period. This period is also called as "Abijit Kalam".

This period is highly inauspicious on following counts.

1. Those who are born during this Nakshatra Sandhi are likely to suffer. Their Natal horoscope are likely to be non-functional.

2. The Parents of the baby, who are born during this time are also likely to suffer.

3. This Nakshatra Sandhi period has to be avoided for all kinds of auspicious family functions. The family and personal functions held during this period are likely to give very bad results only.

Thursday, 27 December 2012

WHAT IS RASI SANDHI?

The word "Sandhi" means a meeting place or junction or a connecting place. Here Rasi Sandhi means the connecting place of Rasi's (Zodiac signs).

Each Rasi (Zodiac signs) has been assigned 30 degrees. Hence all the 12 Zodiac signs are totally assigned 360 degrees. When a Planet enters a Zodiac sign (Rasi) at 00.01 degree then it leaves the Rasi (Zodiac sign) at 30.00 degree. Thus the every planet moves constantly without any break. The speed and directions vary for every planets.

The Planet Moon takes 2 1/4 days (approx) for a Zodiac sign (Rasi) to pass through; the Sun takes exactly a month to pass through a Rasi (Zodiac sign) and so on. (we will see these details in the future sections).

When a baby is born at a particular time, the baby's Moon sign is nothing but the Zodiac sign (Rasi), where the Planet Moon is placed at that particular birth time. Imagine, today the Moon is traversing within the Sagittarius sign, then all the babies who are born today has their Rasi or Moon sign as Sagittarius sign.

Suppose imagine the Moon is supposed to exit the Dhanusu Rasi (Sagittarius sign) at 11.45 pm and enter Makara Rasi (Capricorn) sign there after. That is, the Moon will be on the last leg of its stay in Dhanusu Rasi (Sagittarius sign) and between 29 to 30 degrees around that particular time. It is like vacating a house and moving into a new house. When the Moon enters at 11.46 pm in the Makara Rasi (Capricorn sign), it will take some time (0 to 1 degree) for the Moon to settle down in a new house. Thus the Moon would have a mixed characterestics of both Dhanusu Rasi (Sagittarius) and Makara Rasi (Capricorn) from 11 pm to 12.30 am (early next morning). This kind of peculiar situation is called as "Rasi Sandhi".

The Rasi Sandhi can be defined as thus. 

1. If  a baby is born with Moon traversing between 29 to 30 degree of a Rasi or 96 minutes before the exit of the Rasi.

2. If a baby is born with Moon traversing between 0 to 1 degree of a Rasi or 96 minutes after the entry of the Rasi.

3. The Rasi Sandhi becomes more actue, if it lies within 29.40 degree of a Preceding Rasi and 00.20 degree of a Proceeding Rasi.

We will take an example of Moon exiting Dhanusu and entering Makaram. The Moon will display the mixed results of Sagittarius (Dhanusu) and Capricorn (Makaram). This would produce the following results.

1. The Moon could become redundant.

2. The Moon may lose the identity of both the Dhanusu and Makaram.

3. The Moon may display the qualities of both the Dhanusu and Makaram.

4. If the Moon is benefice, then it could deliver both the malefic and benefic results.

5. If the Moon is malefic, the it could deliver benefic results along with its original malefic results.

6. The Sade sati periods produce mixed and confusing results.

Note: Like Moon, every other planets have its own "Rasi Sandhis" too. This would place the Planets in confusing position. The Planets would deliver mixed or opposite or confusing results during its Mahadasa or Sade sati periods. 

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