For a very long period, the celestial forces
or the stars have been used to lead mankind in his journey
through life. The paths and directions of this journey were
assessed with the help of Indian or Vedic Astrology, based on
real astronomy. The positions of the Sun, the Moon, the planets
and the ascendant sign at the exact moment of birth is calculated
in Indian astrology, one of the oldest and most accurate forms
of astrology used all over the world.
Most of the people rely on Astrology for knowing about.
- Their future,
- Predictions regarding their day, week, month and year.
- For knowing the compatibility rate and for matching the
Janam Kundalis (birth-charts) of the couple at the time
of marriage for a successful married life (MatchMaking).
- To find out the auspicious time to start a ceremony.
- To provide a remedy for their problems and so on.
The details essential for preparing a horoscope
- Moon sign - The entire system of preparing a horoscope
relies on your Moon Sign and not on your Sun sign. The Moon
changes it zodiac sign in 2 ¼ - 2 ½ days when comparing
to Sun which remains stable in a sign for 30 days. In a
year Sun has 12 changes while the Moon changes nearly 146
- Date of Birth
- Time of Birth (Local time)
- Place of Birth (Latitude and Longitude)
The Indian Astrology system, with its unique
characteristic, identifies the minute differences of births
even with a time difference of 2 minutes. It is this utility that enables
to prepare separate horoscopes for even twins, triplicates etc.
An exact date of birth and place of birth aids an astrologer
to create a horoscope with a very personal reading about the
character, strengths, weaknesses and potentials of a subject,
with proper interpretation of positions of all the astrological
planets at the time of birth.
Indian Astrology, a gift from the
Indian Astrology, a noble and natural cosmic science which
dates back to 3000 B.C. is found in the ‘Mahopanishat’ or
‘Jyothishmati’ a part of Atharva Veda. This was developed
by the Maharishis of Vedic times. Among them Aryabhatta, Marharishi
Parashar, and Varaha Mihira are known for their contributions.
According to astrology, the events related to a person’s life
are predicted based upon the positions of various celestial
objects at birth. Astrology calculates the position of planet
and how they are related to each other.
As per Vedic Astrology, there are 9 planets, i.e. Sun, Moon,
Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and two shadowy planets Rahu
and Kethu. The 27 constellations or nakshathras known as stars
are Aswini, Bharani, Krittika, Rohini, Mrigasira, Aridra,
Punarvasu, Pushyami, Aslesha, Makha, Pubba, Uttara, Hasta,
Chitta, Swati, Visakha, Anuradha, Jyeshta, Moola, Poorvashadha,
Uttarashada, Sravana, Dhanisha, Satabhisha, Poorvabhadra,
Uttarabhadra and Revathy.
While watching from the earth, the Sun, Moon and the planets
appear to travel through a particular line in the sky, which
is called the Zodiac. This Zodiac is divided into 12 equal
parts, i.e. Mesha (Aries), Vrishabha (Taurus), Mithuna (Gemini),
Kataka (Cancer), Simha (Leo), Kanya (Virgo), Thula (Libra),
Vrischika (Scorpio), Dhanus (Sagittarius), Makara (Capricorn),
Kumbha (Aquarius) and Meena (Pisces).
Study on Astrology creates an understanding in a person’s
mind by pouring light upon the path of his soul.