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Sunday, March 31, 2013

6-2-5 Kaal Sarp Yog / Kal Sarp Dosh

Kal sarp Yog ? Need not be afraid of it.

What is  Kaal Sarp Yog / Kal Sarp Dosh and how it is formed - 
Kalsarp Yog is a Yog in astrology.Some times this Yog is called as Kal Sarp Dosh but it is not a Dosh, it is a Yog.
Kaal Sarp Yog is formed when all the other seven planets (while transiting from one sign of the zodiac to the next sign) come between Rahu and Ketu in the birth chart of a person. This combination is considered a negative and inauspicious Yog. It is said that this Yog creates obstacles in the life of the person and he has to struggle a lot to achieve his goal.
Why has Kalsarp Yog become so fearful -
It has become much fearful Yog  because of its name as Kaal means death and Sarp means snake. Thus its name has psychologically negative effect on the minds of the people in general.  
The fact about Kalsarp Yog -
But the fact is not so. How can only Rahu and Ketu do and decide every thing for a person? If they do , what will be the role of other seven planets ? The osition of other seven planets cannot be over looked. If the horoscope of a person , with Kaal Sarp yog , has other auspicious yogs like Gajkesri yog , Raj yog or any other good yog etc. or Jupiter or other planets are in their exalted state , Rahu and Ketu are in their exalted sign , the so called Kaal Sarp yog cannot have any adverse effect on the life of the person.
One more important thing about the Kaal Sarp yog is that ancient books on Astrology like Mansagari, Brihajjatak, Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra etc. have not even mentioned this Yog.
If your Kundali has this yog, you need not be afraid of it because every one of us has one  problem or the other in our life , and every problem is not due  to this yog. Have full faith in God and chant Maha Mritunjay Mantra or Tri akshar Mritujay Mantra  or  worship Lord Shiva with full faith  and you will find that every problem passes away without  causing you any harm.
It is also necessary to mention that there many persons who have achieved a lot of success in their life in spite of having this Kaal Sarp Yog in their birth chart.
Other Posts you will like to read -
(6.2.4) Mangal Dosh / Kuj Dosh
(6.2.12) Nadi Dosh
(6.2.7) Sadhe Sati  of Shani 
(6.2.8) Dhaiya of Shani 
(6.2.6) Kumbh Vivah / Ghat Vivah 
(6.2.11) Vishnu Vivah 
(6.2.19) Gan Dosh 
(6.2.12) Nadi Dosh

Monday, March 25, 2013

6-2-4 Mangal Dosh/Kujdosh

6-2-4 Mangal Dosh/Kujdosh

When Mars is placed in first,fourth ,seventh,eighth or twelfth house,the Kundali has Mangal Dosh and the person is called a "Mangalik." The location of Mangal in these five houses is considered  inauspicious, particularly for the married life.
A large number of astrologers, particularly in south India, include second house also in the mangal dosh.In a kundali (horoscope) there are twelve houses and out of these twelve houses Mars causes Mangal Dosh in six houses, which means 50 per cent of the people are Mangalik and they  have some trouble or the other in their married life.The intention of the creator of the world can not be to make the married life of the half of the population troublesome. So people need not be afraid of this Dosh.
Besides it, there are some other aspects and angles which should also be considered.The over all strength of the kundli ,strength of the planets,benefice aspects and the strength of mars must also be considered.
Cancellations of  Mangal Dosh :-
The following are the two types of exceptions and cancellation of Mangal Dosh - 
A. From the kundali of the native himself/herself.
B. From the kundali of the partener.

A. From the kundali of the native himself/herself.
(1) If mars is in Lagna (the first house) in Aries,or mars in Sagittarius in the twelfth house, or mars in Scorpio in fourth house,or mars in Pisces in the seventh house or mars in Aquarius in the eight house, the mangal dosh does not occur in that kundali or mangal dosh is considered as cancelled.
(2) If mars is receiving drishti from Jupiter,Mangal dosh is not harmful.
(3).If mars is placed with jupiter or moon, or moon is in the kendra  i.e. in the first or fourth or seventh or tenth house,Mangal Dosh is cancelled.
(4) If in the birth chart of a girl,Jupiter is placed in Kendra or in Trikon,then mangal dosh is removed.
(5) If mars is in its own sign, in Aries or Scorpio, if mars is exalted (i.e. in the sign cancer), if mars is in its friends' sign , in uchha navansh or in swanavansh, mangal dosh is removed.

(B).From the kundali of the partener.
1.If in both the persons' birth charts,mangal is placed in the first , fourth ,seventh , eighth or twelfth house , then  due to equality,mangal dosh is nullified. (i.e. if a girl or a boy having mangal dosh, is married to a boy or a girl with mangal dosh, the mangal dosh is cancelled and there will be mutual happiness.)
2. If in one person's birth chart , mars is placed in the first , fourth ,seventh, eighth or twelfth house and in the others person's birth chart, saturn or rahu is placed in one of these houses , then mangal dosh is not there.
 Remedial measures to repel mangal dosh :

12-1-10 The Wisest Person

12-1-10 The Wisest Person

The goddess at Delphi in Greece was widely respected for her prophecies.One day some one asked her,"Who is the wisest and the most learned person in Greece at this time ?"
The goddess said,"Socrates."
Hearing it some people went to Socrates and said to him,"The goddess has proclaimed that you are the wisest and the most learned person in Greece."
Socrates said,"It is wrong. I am not learned, I am ignorant,though I am desirous of getting knowledge."
Hearing it the people went back to the goddess and said"You have proclaimed Scorates to be the wisest and the most learned person but he refuses to be so and says that he is ignorant."
The goddess said,"Only because of it,he is the wisest and the most learned person because in spite of being a learned person,he has no arrogance of his wisdom and knowledge."
Moral :- A learned person is never arrogant of his knowledge and wisdom.
( This story is not our creation. It is our collection)

Saturday, March 23, 2013

6-2-3 Gand Mool Nakshatra or Gandant Nakshtara

 Gand Mool Nakshatra or Gandant  Nakshtara  

The six Nakshatras i.e. Mool, Jestha, Ashlesha , Revati , Ashavini and Magha are called Gand Mool Nakshatras . Out of these six Nakshtras, three Nakshatras - Mool , Jestha and Ashalesha are considered more inauspicious for the birth of a child. If a native has taken birth in any of these Nakshatras, Shantikarm is suggested on the day when the same Nakshatra repeats. 
Shantikarm can be done on the thirteenth day from the birth day or when the child attains eight years of his age or at any auspicious time. The Shantikarm removes all the evil effects of the Gand Mool Nakshatra.

Quarter wise effect of Gand Mool Nakshatra on the native :- 
Although it is not considered auspicious the birth of the child in these Nakshatras yet there are some of the quarters of these Nakshatras which are considered auspicious in one Field on the other. 
1.Ashivini Nakshatra  -
First quarter - Harmful for father.
Second quarter - Comfort in life.
Third quarter - Powerful like a minister.
Fourth quarter - Gets king like respects or gets respects from the king. 
2. Ashalesha Nakshatra -
First quarter - Good (after shantikarm).
Second quarter - Loss of wealth.
Third quarter - Harmful for mother.
Fourth quarter - Harmful for father.
3.Magha -
First quarter - Harmful for mother.
Second quarter - Harmful for father.
Third quarter - Comforts and wealth.
Fourth quarter - Wealth and education. 
4. Jestha -
First quarter - Harmful for elder brother.
Second quarter - Harmful for younger brother.
Third quarter  - Harmful for father.
Fourth quarter - Loss in general to the native. 
5. Mool - 
First quarter - Harmful for father.
Second quarter - Harmful for mother.
Third quarter - Loss of wealth.
Fourth quarter - Good after Shanti karm . 
6. Revati - 
First quarter - Gets respect from the king.
Second quarter - Powerful like a minister.
Third quarter - Wealth and riches.
Fourth quarter - Many troubles. 

Abhukt Mool - 
According to the Narad Sanhita, the last four Ghatis of Jeshtha (one ghati is equal to 24 minutes ) and the first four Ghatis of Mool Nakshatra is known as Abhukt Mool. According to the Acharya Vashishtha the last one Ghati of Jeshtha and the first two Ghatis of Mool Nakshatra is the Abhukt Mool .According to Brihaspati a half of the last Ghati of Jeshtha and a half of the first Ghati of Mool , thus one Ghati is known as Abhukt Mool.
The other Acharyas say that the first eight Ghatis of Mool and last five Ghatis of Jeshtha, thus thirteen Ghatis is known as the Abhukt Mool. 
The period of Abhukt Mool is considered to be very inauspicious. So if the native has taken birth in Abhukt mool,Shanti karm must be done on the day when the same Nakshatra repeats.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

12-1-9 Simplicity of Einstine

 Simplicity of Einstine  

The Nobel Prize winner, great scientist Einstine, led a very simple life. He did not like pomp and show in his daily life. On his fifteeth birthday, his admirers  sent him congratulations. A few of them came there and wanted to congratulate him personally. So they brought bouquets with them and went to his home. At that time Einstine was working in his laboratory. His wife went to his laboratory to inform him of their (the admirers) arrival.He came out of the laboratory with his wife. His wife did not like her husband's meeting the admirers in his dirty clothes.
She got irritated and said, "While meeting the people, you must have changed your pantaloon." Einstine laughed and said," They have come to meet me and congratulate me and not to my pantaloon."  His wife became silent. Einstine kept on accepting the congratulations wearing the dirty clothes.
Such was the simplicity of Einstine.  
(This story is not our creation. It is our collection)

12-1- 8 Tenzing Norgay

 Tenzing Norgay 

Tenzing Norgay was born in 1914. He lived with his parents in a small village in Nepal.There was no school in the village or near it.Due to their poverty his parents were not able to send him to school in town . From his childhood he liked to spend the day among the hills and visit new places.
In 1935 a British team selected him as a porter.The team was ready to go to Everest. Tenzing went with it. He was one of the few Sherpas to reach North Col. It is an important point on the way to Everest.Tenzing joined many teams of climbers after 1935. He always went with the main party of climbers. He still worked as a porter but soon learnt  to climb mountains. He won his first medal for climbing in 1938.
Hard work helped Tenzing to become a good climber . He was able to climb even in very bad weather. He chose the most difficult task for himself. He also helped other porters in their difficulties.
In 1952 Tenzing joined a Swiss team. It made two attempts on Everst but failed to reach the top. Two climbers - Tenzing and Lambert reached a height of  27500feet . They spent the night there without a stove or sleeping bags. They slapped each other to keep themselves warm . In the morning,They came down . This was Tenzing's sixth attempt to climb Everest.
The British attempt of 1953 was the seventh for Tenzing. This time he was the leader of the Sherpas as well as a climber. The team set up its ninth camp at a height of 27900 feet . From there it made an attempt to climb to the top of Everest.It sent two persons there but they failed to reach the top.Tenzing and Edmund Hillary made the next attempt. They left the camp early in the morning and climbed for three hours. They were 300 feet from the top now.They climbed slowly towards the top and reached it in about two hours. The two men Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary stood there at 11.30 in the morning on 29 May , 1953 . They were the first to climb a height of 29028 feet . They got success due to their hard work,determination ,courage and will power and became famous in the world.
Moral - The key to success is hard work, determination, courage and will power. 
( This story is not our creation. It is our collection only)

12-1-7 Three Questions

12-1-7 Three Questions 
Once there lived a very ambitious king.He never wanted to fail in anything.For it , he wanted to know three things - 
1. What is the right time to begin any work? 
2. Who is the right person whom he should listen to and whom to avoid ? 
3. What is the most important thing that he must do? 
The king went to a very famous hermit to know the answers to his questions. The hermit gave the answers  to his questions as follows   - 
1.Present time is the most important time because it is the only time when we have power to do any thing ,we want. 
2.The most important person is he who is with us. 
3.The most important thing is to do good to the person who is with us because God has sent Man on this earth for doing good to others. 
(This story is not our creation. It is our collection only

12-1-6 Sensitiveness of Lal Bahadur

12-1-6  Sensitiveness of  Lal Bahadur 

When Lal Bahadur was six years old, one day he ,with a group of boys, raided a public garden for sheer mischief of it.As his companions climbed trees and began to pluck fruits ,Lal Bahadur looked around in pensive mood and plucked only a flower from a bush. Just then , one of the boys saw the mali  coming and  raised the alarm, instantly all the boys , except Lal Bahadur, vanished. The mali caught hold of Lal Bahadur and beat him. 
Lal Bahadur said , "I am a poor, fatherless boy.Do not beat me." The mali smiled and said,"All the more reason why, my boy, you should behave better."
He then swore that he would behave better than others, and said to himself that he had to do that because he was fatherless. 
This incident of Lal Bahadur's early life illustrates of his highly sensitive nature.   
( This story is not our creation. It is our collection only)

12-1-4 That Makes all the Difference

12-1-4 That Makes all the Difference 
Hearing about the qualities of the music of Tansen's Guru,Swami Hari das, Akbar keenly wished to listen to it.So he with Tansen went to the Ashram of Swami to listen to his music.
They stayed at the Ashram for several days.But Swami,who sang only he wanted to,did not sing.Then one day Tansen deliberately played a false note.Swami could not endure it and started to sing himself. He sang the piece correctly,the mood came upon him and enveloped him,and he forgot himself in the music,which filled the earth and heaven.Akbar and Tansen forgot themselves in the sheer melody and charm of the music.
It was a unique experience.When the music stopped,Akbar turned to Tansen and said,"You say you learnt music from this saint and yet you seem to have missed the living charm of it all. Yours seems to be but chaff beside this soul-stirring music".
"It is true,sir,"  said Tansen,"It is true that my music is wooden and lifeless by the side of the living harmony and melody of the master. But then there is this difference- I sing to the emperor's bidding,but my master sings to no man's bidding but only when the prompting comes from his innermost self. That makes all the difference."
(This story is not our creation. It our collection)

Monday, March 18, 2013

12-1-5 When Lal BahadurJumped in to the River

12-1-5 When Lal BahadurJumped in to the River 

During his school days,one day Lal Bahadur Shastri,with a group of his friends,went across the river to attend the fair. After wandering all day at the fair,the other friends left the fair ground and took the boat to get across the river to reach their homes.But Lal Bahadur did not deliberately accompany them.When all his friends had left,and under the cover of dusk ,Lal Bahadur jumped into the river and swam across half a mile to the other bank. 
The truth was that Lal Bahadur had no money to pay the boat man and was too  sensitive and proud to let his friends know it.
It is however not true that at any time Lal Bahadur swam his way to school because he did not have money to pay for the boat fare.This was actually a distortion of the above incident.

12-2-1 Inspirational Quotations ( Page- First )


Good quotations are often powerful words of wisdom which inspire, educate and even motivate. There comes a time in everyone's life when he needs someone or something to guide him what to do and what not to do, how and why to do ? Inspirational quotations play an important role in such situations Though they are small in size yet they have a great power to motivate a person to take right action at the right time and in the right direction.
The quotations given here under are only the collections by us. We do not assert a claim of copyright for them. They are the intellectual property of  their respective originators.
We have done our best try for accuracy but cannot be held responsible for any errors in the quotations or incorrect attributions.
(1) Try not to become a man of success but a man of value.
(Albert Einstein)
(2) The thing always happens that you really believe in,   and the belief in a thing makes it happen.
(Frank Loyd Wright Wright)
(3) He Can, Who Thinks, Who Can.
(4) Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.
(5) Do not worry if you have built your castles in the air. They are where they should be.Now put the foundations under them.
(Henry David Thoreau)
(6) Failures do what is tension relieving, while winners do what is goal achieving.      
(Denis Waitley)
(7) Adversity is the diamond dust that heaven polishes its jewels with.    
( 8) To find what you seek in the road of life, the best proverb of all is that which says: "Leave no stone unturned." -
(Edward Bulwer Lyton)
(9) Fortune favours the brave .
(9A) Fortune favours the brave. 
(Publius Terence)
(10) People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
( Apple Computers)
(11) We see things not as they are, but as we are.
 (H.M. Tomlinson)
(12) Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.
(13) Don't go through life, grow through life.
( Eric Butterworth)
(14) A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him.
(Sidney Greenberg)
(15) An obstacle is often a stepping stone.
(16) A smooth sea has never made a skillful mariner.
(17) Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
(Robert Brault)
(18) Happiness is like a butterfly.
The more you chase it, the more it eludes you.
But if you turn your attention to other things,
It comes and sits softly on your shoulder.
(Henry David Thoreau)
(19) Success is the proper utilization of failure.
( Anonymous)
(20) If you do not hope, you will not find what beyond your hopes.
(St. Clement of Alexandra)
(21) Ask not what country can do for you , ask what you can do for your country.    
(John F. Kennedy)
(22) Don't ask for a light load, but rather ask for a strong back.       (Anonymous)
(23) Constant dripping hollows out a stone.
(24) Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get.  
( Ray Kroc)
(25) Believe with all of your  heart that you will do what you were made to do.    
(Orison Swett Marden )
(26) You're on the road to success when you realize that failure is only a detour. (Anonymous)
(27) To avoid criticism do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
( Elbert Hubbard)
(28) Do not wait to strike till the iron is hot; but make it hot by striking .    
(William B. Sprague)
(29) There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.
(Dr. Denis Waitle)
(30)You haven't failed until you quit trying.
( Anonymous)
(31) Time solves a lot of things. Time may also solve what you are worrying about today.
(32) Let's not allow ourselves to be upset by small things.
(33) Wise men never sit and wail their loss, but cheerily seek how to redress their harms.
(34) Count your blessing , not your troubles.
(35) Nothing is more efficacious than confidence.
( Charles-maurice de Tallyrand )
(36) Our greatest glory is not in never failing but in arising after every fall.      
(Coulsen Kernahan )
(37) Knowledge is the only thing that can enrich but can not be taken from one.    
(Ignace J. Paderewski)
(38) The first Principle of achievement is mental attitude.Man begins to achieve when he begins to believe.    
(J.C. Roberts)
(39)If a man does only what is required of him, he is a slave. The moment he does more, he is a free man.  
(40) Always act as if the impossible were possible.

Saturday, March 16, 2013

12-1-3 The Examinee Challenged the Examiner

12-1-3 The Examinee Challenged the Examiner
Tirtha Ram Gosain's (the future Swami Ram Tirtha's )career is very inspiring.The following story is one of the examples.
The Mathematics paper at the B.A. Examination was found very difficult by most of the candidates,and there were complaints about it in the Public Press.Nine out of thirteen questions were expected to be attempted.But Tirtha Ram solved all the thirteen questions and requested the examiner to assess any nine out of those he had answered. He secured 98 per cent marks. No wonder, therefore,that he became Professor of Mathematics in his own college immediately after doing M.A.  

12-1-2 The Best Season of the Year

 The Best Season of the Year
Once there lived a Seth(a very rich merchant )named Govind Narayan in a town in Rajasthan. He had a young son who had attained the marriageable age.The Seth began a search for a virtuous bride for his son.Whenever he got a proposal for his son's marriage from someone, he asked one and the same question to the daughter of the person who made the proposal - "Which is the best season of the year?"  Every girl gave a different answer with a different reason. But no answer could satisfy the merchant.
One day another merchant, Hariprakash was going somewhere with the members of his family.When he reached the town where Seth Govind Naryan lived, the night fell. So he decided to spend the night there.Knowing about the arrival of some rich merchant, Seth Govind Naryan went to him and requested him to spend the night at his Haveli. Hariprakash had a daughter.During their conversation, Hariprakash made a persopal of his daughter's marriage with Govind Naryan's son.As usual Govind naryan  asked the same question to the merchant's daughter - "Which is the best season of the year ? "
The girl answered - "If the environment of the family is peaceful,the younger members of the family have respect for their elders and the elder members have affection for the younger ones and all the members of the family are cooperative,for that family every season is the best season."
Seth Govind Naryan was impressed and satisfied with the girl's answer and accepted the proposal of her marriage with his son.

Friday, March 15, 2013

12-1-1 Duty

There was a rich shepherd in a village. Once he hired two boys to take care of his sheep. He divided the herd of sheep in two groups and assigned one boy to each. After a few days he observed that some of the sheep had died and others had lost weight in both the groups. The owner found the two boys guilty.
Both of them used to take the sheep along with them every morning but used to let them just roam around here and there and spent time in the 'hobbies' they were addicted to. One of them was used to gossiping He would just sit with a gang of other boys and gossip .  The sheep used to just move around in the surrounding area whether there was sufficient  stuff for grazing or not. Similar was the case with the other group; the boy in-charge of this had 'addiction' of spending time in worship and religious rituals.
The farmer lodged a complaint against both of them. Both were presented in the court of Village Judge. Although there was a great qualitative difference in their addictions, both were given the same penalty being found guilty of neglect of assigned duty.
The judicial verdict conveyed was- whatever is done by neglecting the assigned duties is wrong; whether it is the bad habit of gossiping or the good practice of worship; both are addictions in this case. Both are equally punishable because the immediate duty was fully ignored in each.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

(7.2.10) Ek Shloki Ramayan

Ek Shloki Ramayan / Why to chant Ek Shloki Ramayan

(For Hindi translation/ version of Ek Shloki Ramayan CLICK HERE )
In the Ek Shloki Ramayan,the essence of the whole epic Ramayan,is reduced into one shlok(verse).
The reciting of the shlok has the power to wash off the sins of a person and fills him with happiness,courage, and shows him the right path ,brings prosperity to him,creates the environment of love and affection in his family.
The procedure of recitation :-
After the bath in the morning,sit on a piece of woollen cloth in the room or at any peaceful place,put a picture of Lord Ram in front of you.Close your eyes and meditate on Lord Ram with the feeling that Lord Ram is the protector of the whole world.He has been the symbol of all the auspicious qualities.He is puroshattam (the best among men)or the Supreme Purush (Personality).I pay my obeisance in His lotus feet again and again.
Then recite the following shlok 108 times every day for desired results.If not possible to recite 108 times,you must recite 21 times or 11 times of your own accord.The shlok is as follows :-
Aadau Raam tapovanaadi gamanam, hatvaa mrigam kaanchanam.
 आदौ  रामतपोवनादिगमनं हत्वा मृगं काञ्चनं
Vaidehee haranam jataayu maranam sugreev sambhaashanam.
 वैदेहीहरणं जटायुमरणं सुग्रीवसम्भाषणम्।
Baaleenigrhanam samudra taranam lankaapuree daahanam.
 बालीनिग्रहणं समुद्रतरणं लंकापुरी दाहनं
Pashchaadraavan kubhakarn hanan metadhhi Raamaayanam
पश्चाद्रावण कुम्भकर्ण हनन मेतद्धि रामायणम्।।  
Meaning -:
Ram went to the forest,he ran after the golden deer.Sita was kidnapped (by Ravan),Jatayu was killed,There were talks with Sugriva,Bali was killed Baali. The ocean was crossed,the city of Lanka was burnt,Ravan and Kumbhkaran were killed.This,in short,is the story of Ramayan.
After the recitation of this shlok,reflect upon the divine affection of Lord Ram and have a feeling that by the grace of Lord Ram you are feeling enthusiastic and your life is filled with joy.You are enjoying a better life.Every member of family is happy,optimistic,cooperative and obedient.
 (For Hindi translation/ version of Ek Shloki Ramayan CLICK HERE )
Other Posts you will like to read -
(7.2.2) Geeta Saar 
(7.2.3) Sapt shloki Geeta
(7.2.4) Teachings of Geeta 
(7.2.5) Teachings of Ashtaavakra
(7.2.6) Teachings of Chanakya
(7.2.9) Chatushloki Bhagawat 
(7.2.10) Ek shloki Ramayan 
(8.3.2) Sapt shloki Durga

Sunday, March 10, 2013

(5-3-16) Thirteen Days Paksh - an inauspicious period

 Thirteen Days Paksh
According to the Hindu calendar there are two Pakshas in a month, one is Shukla Paksh and the other is Krishna Paksh . Every Paksh has fifteen days. But due to Vriddhi Tithi (additional Tithi), there are 16 days in a Paksh. And due to the Kshaya Tithi, there remains 14 days in a Paksh.In a very few cases there are two Kshaya Tithis in a Paksh and as a result of it there remains only thirteen days in a Paksh due to two kshaya Tithis.This thirteen days Paksh is known as Vishva Ghastra Paksh.The Paksh of thirteen days is considered as an inauspicious period.                
During this Paksh, the auspicious tasks like marriage,engagement, starting a new business , purchasing a new vehicle etc.are prohibited. But the tasks which have been started in the shubh muhurat before the starting of the thirteen days paksh and are in progress, have no bad effect of this paksh so they should not be stopped.
Other Posts you will like to read -
(5.3.13) Meen Sankranti - Meen Mal Maas period.
(5.3.15) Combustion of Guru ( Jupiter ).
(5.3.27) Combustion of Shukra ( Venus )
(4) Hari Shayan period.
(13.1.5)Shraadh Paksh.
(5.3.13) Dhanu Sankranti ( Dhanu Mal Maas )
(5.3.12) Holashtak
(5.3.16) Thirteen days Paksh ( Pakhawara ) 
(5.3.26) Singhast Guru (Guru in the singh Raashi)

Saturday, March 9, 2013

7-2-9 Chatushloki Bhagavat

 Chatushloki Bhagavat 
These four shlokas (verses) are the essence the whole epic Bhagavat Puran.The reciting and the listening of these four verses everday with full faith, removes the ignorance and the arrogance of a person and leads him to the real knowledge of self.The person who recites and reads them becomes free from sins and follows the true path in his life.The four shlokas are as follows:-

Shlok (1 )
Ahamevaasamevaagre naanyadhyatsadasatparam.
Pashchaadaham yadetachch yovashishyet sosmyaham(1)
अहमेवासमेवाग्रे   नान्यद्यत्सदसत्परम।
पश्चादहं  यदेतच्च योSवशिष्येत  सोSस्म्यहम।१।
Meaning:- . Lord says :-Before the creation of anything,it was only I who existed here.Sat,Asat and beyond that there was nothing that was different from me. The world which is seen as the universe is also just me.Whatever remains after the annihilation or total destruction (Pralaya) is also me (1)
Shlok (2 )
Ritertham yat prateeyet na prateeyet chaatmani.
Tadvidhyaadaatmano maayaam yathaa bhaaso yathaa tamah.
ऋतेSर्थं यत प्रतीयेत न प्रतीयेत चात्मनि।
तद्विद्यादात्मनो मायां यथाSSभासो यथा तमः।२।  
Meaning :- Whatever is seen in any form besides me,has no reality in itself.It is only the Maya which appears to be substantial.It is unreal like a reflection of anything.(2)
Shlok (3 )
Yathaa mahaanti bhootaani bhooteshoochchaavacheshvanu.
Pravishtaanyapravishtaani tathaa teshu na teshvaham.(3)
 यथा महान्ति भूतानि भूतेषूच्चावचेष्वनु।
 प्रविष्टान्यप्रविष्टानि तथा तेषु न तेष्वहम।३।
Meaning :-The five great elements (earth,water,fire,air and space) seem to have entered all beings and at the same time not entered them too (they exist without them ). Similarly,the Supreme Reality seems to be in all beings,yet not in them(i.e. the Supreme Reality exist without them).  (3)
Shlok (4 )
Etaavdev jigyaasyam tatvajigyaasunaatmanah.
Anvayavytirekaabhyaam yat syaat sarvatra sarvadaa.(4)
एतावदेव जिज्ञास्यं तत्त्वजिज्ञासुनाSSत्मन:।   
अन्वयव्यतिरेकाभ्यां यत स्यात  सर्वत्र सर्वदा।४। 
Meaning :- The person who wants to know the Supreme, he must know only this that it is only Truth that is the self alone, that exists everywhere at all times or that whatever exists beyond time and space during the process of creation and total destruction,is the Ultimate Truth. (4)
Other Posts you will lie to read -
(7.2.3) Shapt Shloki Gita 
(7.2.9) Chatu shloki Bhagawat 
(7.2.10) Ek Shloki Ramayan 
(7.2.2) Geeta Saar

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

(5.3.15) Combustion of Guru (Jupiter ) /Guru Ast-Uday 2017 - 2018

Combustion of Guru (Jupiter) Guru Tara Ast / Udaya 2017 - 2018 

When will Jupiter (Guru) remain combust in the 2017 -2018
In the year 2017, Combustion of Jupiter ( Guru Tara Ast will begin on Wednesday, 11 October, 2017 in the west direction and the combustion will end on Monday, 06 November, 2017  in the east. 
( Note - The old age period is observed three days before the combustion of Jupiter and childhood period is observed three days after the combustion of the Jupiter is over.This period is also considered as inauspicious)
What is Combustion
When a planet  comes within a certain range of closeness to the sun,that planet is said to be combust. This range of closeness is measured in degrees which is different for different planets.When a planet becomes combust,it loses its strength and shine and becomes weak.
According to the Hindu astrology,Jupiter(Guru) and Venus (Shukra) are considered auspicious / benefic/shubh planets,so the performing of any auspicious ceremonies during the period of their combustion is prohibited.
The following tasks are not done when the jupiter and venus become combust - 
Diggingwell, laying foundation of a house,Grih pravesh,marriage,engagement,mundan,purchasing a new vehicle,beginning a new business etc.  Other Posts you will like to read :- 

5-3-14 Jwalamukhi Yog

 Jwalamukhi Yog - an inauspivious Yog in Muhurat astrology

What is Jwalamukhi Yog - 
Jwalamukhi yog is an inauspicious Yog. It formed when there is a combination of a particular Nakshatra and a particular Tithi (lunar day) on the same day.The formations of this yog is considered to be very inauspicious.So the auspicious activities are not done in this yog.
How and when is Jwalamukhi Yog formed -
Jwalamukhi yog is formed when the following Tithi and nakshatra fall together on the same day - 
1.Pratipada Tithi and Mool Nakshatra.
2.Panchmi TIthi and Bharani Nakshatra.
3.Ashthami Tithi and Kritika Nakshatra.
4.Navami Tithi and Rohini Nakshatra.
5.Dashami Tithi and Ashlesha Nakshatra.
One must avoid starting any new work in this auspicious yog.
This yog is considered very inauspicious or evil.  It is said that -
  1. If a child is born in this yog, he/she may suffer from serious diseases.
  2. If someone gets married in this yog, her/his married life may be unhappy.
  3. If a person enters a new house, some evil may befall on that person.
  4. If a well or pond is dug in this yog , the water of that well / pond may dry soon.
  5. If a person falls ill in this yog, he may remain ill for a long time.
Remedial  Measures :-
Out of the above mentioned things, only two things are not  under our control - (a) One is to take birth and (b) One is to fall ill.
To avoid the evil effects for the above two things Mahamrityunjay Mantra or Triyakshri Mrityunjay Mantra jaap should be done through proper method.
Other Posts you will like to read -
Siddhi yog 

(5.3.13) Mal mass / Khar mass 2017 -2018

Mal mass / Khar mass  in  2017- 2018

When is Mal Maas or Khar Maas in  2017 and 2018 :- 
(1) Dhanu Mal Maas begins an ends on the following dates -
(A) Dhanu Mal Maas begins at 26:59 hours on 15 December, 2017 and ends at 13:45 hours on 14 Jan., 2018.
(2) Meen Mal Maas or Dhanu Khar Maas in 2017 - 2018

(A) Meen Mal Maas begins at 17:31 hours on 14 March, 2017 and ends at 26:03 hours on 13 April, 2017.
(B) Meen Mal Maas begins at 23:41 hours on 14 March, 2018 and ends  on 14 April, 2018.
When does Khar Maas or Mal Maas occur  
When the planet sun enters the Dhanu Rashi (Sagittarius) and remains there for one month.This period of one month is called Dhanu Mal Mass.
When the planet sun enters Meen Rashi (Pisces)and remains there for one month.This period of one month is called Meen Mal Mass.
What things cannot be done during Mal Maas :-
Thus the period of two months in a year , is called the period of Mal Mass. This period is considered inauspicious.So all the auspicious tasks or events like marriage, engagement, foundation laying,Grih pravesh,purchasing new things etc. are not done during the period of Mal mass.
The things which can be done during Mal Maas :- 
Aste Bhrigu, Singhgate cha  Jeevai, supte Muannde, Dhanu - Meen Surya,
Vishnu vidhanam,Ravi,Rudra, Chandi, sheshaach kaarya varjaniya.
Meaning :- Whether Guru (Jupiter) or Shukra (Venus) is combust (Asta), Guru (Jupiter) is in Leo , whether it is God shayan period (Godshayan period begins from Dev shayani Ekadashi and ends on Dev uthani Ekadashi) , sun is in Dhanu Rashi(sagittarius) or in Meen rashi (Pisces), the work and activities like worship , Katha ,Yagya , etc. related to Lord Vishnu or the worship of Sun god , the worship and Anusthan of Lord Mahadev, the worship of Devi Chandi can be done .
Besides the above mentioned work , the following work can also be done during Mal Maas :-
Proosuti Sanan or the work for which the days are fixed or Bhajan-Kirtan, Charity or the selfless work, the Anusthan for the removal of any disease etc.
Note :- Adhik Maas or Purushottam Mass is also called Mal Maas . It usually occurs once in three years . Khar Mass is  also called  Mal Maas which occurs two times every year. But Adhik Maas and Khar Maas are quite different events from each other.
Other related posts :- 
(6.2.1). Adhik Maas
(6.2.1) What is Adhik Maas
(5.3.15) Combustion of Guru (Jupiter) or Shukra (Venus)
(10.3.3.) Dev shayani Ekadash
(10.3.5) Dev Uthani Ekadashi

(5-3-12) Holashtak 2017

Holashtak (An inauspicious period ) in 2017/ What is Holashtak / What is not done during Holashtak / What is done during Holashtak

What is Holashtak 
Holashtak is a period of eight days which begins from (the lunar month ) Phalgun Shukla Ashtmi and ends on the Phalgun Purnima Tithi (the full moon day ).This period of eight days is considered inauspicious by the Hindu community specially in north India.
When is Holashtak in 2017
In the year 2017 Holashtak begins on  Sunday, 05.03.2017 and ends on Sunday, 12.03.2017.
What should not be done during Holashtak
The auspicious tasks are not done during Holashtak like -
(1) Marriage
(2) Engagements ( Ring ceremony )
(3) Griha Pravesh
(4) Construction of a new house
(5) Purchasing  of new things . 
What should be done during Holashtak
During the period of holashtak -
(1) One should do Puja Path and Daan Punya  (2)The work which is already going on, need not to be stopped but new work should not be started.
 Other Posts you will like to read -
Siddhi yog 

5-3-11 Pushya Nakshatra (Constellation )

Pushya Nakshatra (Constellation ) , Guru Pushyamrit Yog , Ravi Pushyamrit Yog

Importance of Pushya Nakshtra or Constellation
Pushaya Nakshatra or Pushaya constellation is one of the twenty seven Nakshatras.It is highly fruitful and auspicious.It is said that just like among all the animals,the lion is the most powerful animal, in the same way Pushya Nakshatra is the most powerful and auspicious Nakshatra among all the Nakshatras.If Chandrama is not in favourable position,even then Pushya Nakshatra can bring positive results by removing all the doshas.
Guru Pushyamrit Yog ( How Guru Pushyamrit Yog is formed )
The combination of Pushya Nakshatra and Thursday creates the Guru Pushyamrit Yog,which is considered highly auspicious for starting any new task or buying a new vehicle and other things.
( Click here to know when will Guru Pushyamrit Yog occur in the current year)

What to do during Guru Pushyamrit Yog :-
As it has already been said that Pushya Nakshtra is very powerful and auspicious. If Pushya Nakshtra falls on Thursday , its auspiciousness increases to a great extent . This Yog results in success, prosperity and happiness . During this Yog one should -
A- Start new work.
B- Buy new things.
C- Make new investments .
D- Purchase gold , ornaments , vehicles etc.  
E- Lay foundation of a building.
F- Start construction a new house.
Ravi Pushyamrit  Yog ( How Ravi Pushyamrit Yog is formed )
The combination of Pushya Nakshatra and Sunday creates the Ravi Pushyamrit Yog, which is also considered highly auspicious for staring various tasks.
(Click here to know  when will Ravi Pushyamrit Yog occur in the current year.)

What to do during Ravi Pushyamrit Yog :-
As it has already been said that Pushya Nakshtra is very powerful and auspicious. If Pushya Nakshtra falls on Sunday, its auspiciousness increases to a great extent. This Yog results in success, prosperity and happiness . During this Yog one should -
A- Start new work.
B- Buy new things
C- Make new investments .
D- Purchase gold , ornaments , vehicles etc.  
Limitations of  Pushya Nakshatra :-
Although Pushya Nakshatra is considered highly auspicious and promising yet it is avoided for the muhurt for marriage. 

5-3-10 Mrityu Yog

 Mrityu Yog 

What is Mrityu Yog -
Mrityu yog is the combination of a certain tithi and a certain var.This yog is considered unfavorable and inauspicious.So one should avoid doing any auspicious task during this yog.
When and how is Mrityu Yog formed - 
Mrityu yog is formed with the following combination of Tithis and Vars:-
1.When the tithis - Pratipada or sixth or eleventh falls on Sunday or Tuesday.
2.When the tithis  - second or seventh or twelfth falls on Monday or Friday.
3.When the tithis- third or eighth or thirteenth falls on Wednesday.
4.When the tiths - fourth or ninth or fourteenth falls on Thursday.
5.When the tithis - fifth or tenth or purnima falls on Saturday.  
Note :- Mrityu yog is also formed when  a particular Nakshatra ( constellation ) appears on a particular Vaar (week day ) as given below :-
    Vaar      -       Nakshatra
1. Sunday -       Anuradha
2. Monday -      Uttaraashadha
3. Tuesday -      Shatbhisha
4. Wednesday -Ashavini
5. Thursday -   Mrigshira
6. Friday -       Ashlesha
7. Saturday -   Hast 
Note :-  If there occurs any auspicious yog like Sarvaarth siddhi yog , Amrit siddhi yog ,Siddhi yog etc. during Mrityu yog, the Mrityu yog becomes almost effect-less i.e. the auspicious yog nullifies the evil effect of Mrityu yog .
Other Posts you will like to read -

5-3-9 Siddhi Yog

5-3-9 Siddhi Yog 
What is Siddhi Yog -
The combination of a certain Tithi(lunar date) and a certain  Var (week day ) creates a yog.If this yog is favourable for the person, it is called Siddhi yog.
The auspiciousness of Siddhi Yog -
Siddhi yog is considered auspicious for doing the task.If other things like chandra bal etc.are also favourable, the Siddhi yog gives profit and instant results to the person and enhances the auspiciousness of the task which has been undertaken. Besides its auspiciousness this Siddhi yog removes the evil effects of some evil Yog i.e. Mrityu yog etc.
How and When is Siddhi Yog formed -
Siddhi yog is formed with the following combination of tithi and var :-
1.When the tithis third or eighth or thirteenth fall on Tuesday.
2.When the tithis second or seventh or twelfth fall on Wednesday.
3.When the tithis fifth or tenth or purnima fall on Thursday.
4.When the tithis pratipada or sixth or eleventh fall on Friday.
5.When the tithis fourth or ninth or fourteenth fall on Saturday.
Note :- Siddhi yog is also formed when a particular Nakshatra falls on a particular Vaar as given below :-
  Vaar   -        Nakshatra
1. Sunday  -    Mool
2. Monday -    Shravan
3. Tuesday -    Uttrabhadrapad
4.Wednesday - Kritika
5. Thursday -   Punarvasu
6. Friday -       Purvaphaluni
7. Saturday -   Swati
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5-3-5 Popular Muhurat for marriage (vivah ke aboojh muhurat)

5-3-5 Popular Muhurat for marriage (Vivah ke aboojh muhurat) 

Marriage is an important Sanskar in life.For the successful and peaceful married life Indian sages have prescribed some norms for the muhurat for marriage.Besides these norms , Ashuddha (inauspicious) period of the year i.e. Malmaas,Harishayan,Adhik maas,Guru shukra Asta,Holashtak etc. is also avoided for the marriage muhurat.Because of these reasons the number of the auspicious muhurat for marrige remains limited.Keeping this thing in view,and  to increase the number of the muhurats for the marriages  the following Tithis have also been included for performing marriages.These Tithis are known as the popular muhurat for the marriages:-
1.Akshaya Tritiya (Veshakh shukla Teej)  
2.Peepal Purnima (Veshakh shukla Purnima)
3.Ganga Dashami (Jestha shukla Dashami)
4.Bhadalya Navami (Ashadh shukla Navami)
5.Dev Uthani Ekadashi (Kartika shukla Ekadashi)
6.Basant Panchami (Magh shukla Panchami)
7.Phulera Dooj (Phalgun shukla Divitiya)
Among these popular muhurats only Akshaya Tritiya is self proven muhurat and has Shastriya recognization.The other Tithis do not have any Shastriya reorganization but they have gained so much popularity that marriages are performed on these tithis successfully and these tithis are known as Aboojh muhurat for marriages.
Other Posts you will like to read :- 
(5.2.1) Muhurat for Marriage for the Current year and Next year
(5.3.4) Swyam Siddh Saadhe Teen Muhurat 
(6.2.15) Know your Rashi / Name sign   

5-3-8 Amrit Siddhi Yog

 Amrit Siddhi Yog 
What is Amrit Siddhi Yog 
Amrit Siddhi yog is an auspicious Yog. It is formed when a particular Nakshatra (constellation) appears on a particular Var (week day ). The formation of Amrit Siddhi yog is considered to be auspicious for doing many of the tasks.
Auspiciousness of Amrit Siddhi Yog -
Besides its auspiciousness this yog or combination has the power to nullify the evil effects of some evil   yog i.e.of Mrityu yog etc.which are also the result of the combination of a certain Var (week day ) and a certain Nakshtra or the combination of a certain Tithi and a certain Var.
When and how is Amrit Siddhi Yog formed -
The Amrit siddhi yog is formed when there occurs the following combination of the Var and the Nakshtra :-
1.When Hast Nakshatra falls on Sunday.
2.When Mriga shira Nakshatra falls on Monday.
3.When Ashavini Nakshatra on falls Thuesday.
4.When Anuraadha Nakshatra on falls wednesday
5.When Pushya Nakshatra on falls Thursday
6.When Revati Nakshatra on falls Friday.
7.When Rohini Nakshatra on falls Satarday.
Limitations of Amrit Siddhi yog -
Although Sarvaatha Siddhi yog is considered auspicious yet this yog is prohibited for the following tasks :-
1. The combination of Tuesday and Ashavini is prohibited for Grih Pravesh
2. The combination of Saturday and Rohini is prohibited for Journey    .
3.The combination of Thursday and Pushya is prohibited  for marriage 
Other Posts you will like to read -
(5.2.1) Muhurat for marriage
(5.2.4) Muhurat for Grih Pravesh
(5.2.26) Muhurat for Journey
(5.3.10) Mrityu Yog 
(5.3.8) Amrit Siddhi Yog 
(5.3.11) Pushya Nakshatra
(5.3.4) Swyam Siddh Muhurat (Sadhe Teen Muhurat)
(5.3.7) Sarvarth Siddhi Yog 

5-3-7 Sarvarth Siddhi Yog / Sarvaartha Siddhi Yog.

Sarvarth Siddhi Yog / Sarvaartha Siddhi Yog. 

 What is Sarwartth Siddhi Yog  -
Sarvaatha siddhi yog is an auspicious Yog. It is formed when a particular Nakshatra (Constellation) appears on a particular Var (the week day ). The formation of Sarvaartha Siddhi yog is considered to be very auspicious for doing many of the tasks.
Auspiciousness of Sarwarth siddhi yog -
Sarvaartha Siddhi yog means,the yog or the time of completion of the wish or the longing of a person.
Besides its auspiciousness this yog or combination has the power to nullify the evil effects of some evil   yog i.e.of Mrityu yog etc.which are also the result of the combination of a certain Var (week day ) and a certain Nakshtra or the combination of a certain Tithi and a certain Var.
The formation of Sarwarth Siddhi Yog / How is Sarwartth Siddhi Yog formed -
The Sarvaartha siddhi yog is formed when there occurs the following combination of the Var and the Nakshtra :-
   Var           -  Nakshtra 
1. Sunday    -  Ashavini,Pushya,all the three Uttaras,Hast and Mool
2.Monday -  Rohini, Mrigashira, Pushya, Anuradha, Shravan.
3.Tuesday - Ashavani, Kritika, Ashalesha,Uttara Bhadrpad.
4.Wednesday  - Kritika, Rohini, Mrigashira, Hast, Anuradha.
5.Thursday  -  Ashavini ,Punarvasu,Pushya, Anuradha,Revati.
6.Friday  - Ashavini, Punarvasu,Anuradha, Shravan,  Revati.
7.Saturday - Rohini, Swati, Sharavan.
Limitations of Sarvaartha Siddhi yog :-
Although Sarvaatha Siddhi yog is considered auspicious yet this yog is prohibited for the following tasks :-
1. The combination of Tuesday and Ashavini is prohibited for Griha Pravesh.
2. The combination of Saturday and Rohini is prohibited for journey.
3.The combination of Thursday and Pushya Nakshatra is prohibited for marriage.
Other Posts you will like to read -
(5.2.1) Muhurat for marriage
(5.2.4) Muhurat for Grih Pravesh
(5.2.26) Muhurat for Journey
(5.3.10) Mrityu Yog 
(5.3.8) Amrit Siddhi Yog 
(5.3.11) Pushya Nakshatra
(5.3.4) Swyam Siddh Muhurat (Sadhe Teen Muhurat)
(5.3.7) Sarvarth Siddhi Yog 

5-3-6 Panchak / Panchak Nakshatra

Panchak / Panchak Nakshatra

What is Panchak / Which are Panchang Nakshatras
Panchak is a group of  five Nakshatras (constellations). These five Nakshatras are Dhanishthaa (last two partsquarters),Shatabhisha,Poorvaabhadrapad,Uttaraa Bhaadrapad and Revati. 
There is a misconception about Panchak among people.Some people think that the period of Panchak is inauspicious so auspicious tasks should not be done during the period of Panchak. But the fact is not so.
During Panchak only the following five tasks are prohibited :-
1.Journey in the south direction.
2.Putting roof on the house (placing the RCC roof of the house).
3.Making a Charpai (A cot or a bed)
4.Collection of fuel ,particularly fire wood for using as fuel.
5.Cremation of a dead body.(Note - But cremating the dead body can not be avoided,so five dummy dead bodies are made of flour or Kush and they are burnt too. Shanti karm is also performed while burning the dead body.)
Good things about Panchak
Many of the following auspicious tasks are done during the Panchak period - 
(A) Name of the task     - Name of the Nakshatra:-
1. Mundan                     - Dhanistha,Shatbhisha,Revati
2. Beginning education   - Dhanistha,Shatbhisha.
3.Love marriage             - Dhanistha , Shatbhisha.
4.Marriage                     - Uttara Bhadrapad, Revati.
5.Sutika Snan                 - Uttara Bhadrapad,Revati.
6.Construction of a house - Dhanistha,Shatbisha,Uttara Bhadrapad,Revati
7.Griha Pravesh             - Uttara Bhadrapad,Revati.

(B) Subh yog are also formed with the combination of Panchak Nakshatras and Var (week day ). These yog are considered better for doing a particular auspicious task.These yog are as follows :-
1. Sunday + Dhanishtha = Matang yog 
2. Sunday +Purva Bhadrapad = Char yog
3.Sunday + Uttara Bhadrapad = Susthir yog
4.Sunday + Revati =Pravardh yog 
5.Monday+Dhanishtha = Shubh yog 
6.Monday +Shatbhisha = Amrit yog 
7.Monday +Revati =Mantang yog 
8.Tuesday +Uttara Bhadrapad = Siddhi yog 
9.Tuesday +Revati = Mitra yog 
10.Wednessday+Dhanishtha = Mitra yog 
11.Wednessday + Shatbhisha = Manas yog 
12. Wednessday + Purva Bhadrapad =Padm yog 
13.Thursday + Dhanishtha = Shrivats yog 
14.Thursday +Uttara Bhadrapad = Chhatra yog 
15.Thursday +Revati =Mitra yog 
16.Friday + Dhanishtha =Dhata yog 
17.Friday + Shatbhisha = Soumya Yog 
18.Friday + Uttara Bhadrpad =Ketu 
19.Friday + Revati =Shrivats Yog 
20.Saturday + Dhanishtha = Pravardh yog 
21.Saturday + Shatbhisha = Anand yog 
22. Saturday + Revati = Dhata yog 

C. Sarvarth Siddhi yog and Amrit Siddhi yog are also formed with the combination of a certain var (week day) and certain constellations.These two yog are considered auspicious for many auspicious tasks.
1.Formation of  Sarvarth Siddhi yog    
Sunday + Uttara Bhadrapad 
Tuesday +Uttara Bhadrapad 
Thursday + Revati 
Friday  + Revati 
2. Formation of Amrit  yog Siddhi yog :-
 Friday +Revati 
Related Posts 
(6.2.30) What is Nakshtra
(Defination of NNakshtra
(6.2.31) Nakshtras and their Lords
(Every Nakshtra has its own lord)
(6.2.32) Nakshtras and their classification
(Categories of Nakshtras according to their nature)
(6.2.33) Twenty seven Yog in Panchang
( Names of Dainik Yog )
(6.4.7) What can be done during Panchak
(The activities to be done during Panchak)

(6.4.8) What cannot be done during Panchak
(The activities which are prohibited during Panchak)
(6.4.9) Panchak Nakshtras and auspicious Yog
(The list of the auspicious Yogs formed with the combination of Panchak Nakshtra and Vaar)

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