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The month of Taurus – The beginning of Vedic Summer

Sun’s entry into the sign Taurus, or Vedic Vrishabha, is also known as Vrishabha Sankranti. If you are interested in the mundane aspects of the Sun’s entry into different signs checkout Visti’s Rama courses [link]. Bull – The Symbol Vrishabha or the bull is a well-known symbol for the second Zodiacal sign. But how much of knowledge has been hidden under this, at first glance, simple depiction? Pandit Sanjay Rath said that the word symbol we can examine as Karaka, a doer. So, the symbol of the sign will show us the traits of the sign. For example, Taurus is symbolized by the

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Marriage Delay and Denial: Timing delayed marriage

By Visti Larsen, Guide and Guru: Pt. Sanjay Rath Timing delayed marriage The Naisargika daśa of Venus is from age 12-32. This is the best time to bring children into the planet. Marriage beyond the age of 32 may be considered a biological/natural delay. Whilst marriage in these years is expected, many professionals and academics marry in the Naisargika daśa of Jupiter from 32-50. Malefics Saturn, Rāhu and Ketu rule the ages from 36 to 48, and are the real delayers of marriage. Combustion further delays marriage until 54, whilst Graha yuddha can delay further. Graha Age Saturn 36-40 Ketu 40-44

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Marriage Delay and Denial – Case Studies

By Visti Larsen, Guide and Guru: Pt. Sanjay Rath Example 1: King Otto of Bavaria, born 27th April 1848, 10:30, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. With King Otto’s Arudha Lagna placed in Aries with the Sun, a true servant of the people is born! Unfortunately, with Mercury and Venus placed in the twelfth house therefrom, the king would reject relationships and social obligations. With Saturn further aspecting the Arudha Lagna, a tendency towards bachelorhood is indicated. With Saturn in the 8th house as 9th lord, this will arise due to illness. The same Saturn is also placed in the 12th house from Venus

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The month of Aries -The new beginnings

The ascendant represents the self. In Sanskrit we refer to it as Sva or one of the self-indicators. The ascendant in any divisional chart represents the native in that area of life.

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