Monthly Archives: June 2010

Making Birth-chart with Estakalik (इष्टकालिक) sidereal time

In the new method of making birth-chart, Estakalik sidereal time is important to know for Estakalik Ascendant sign. Local mean time is also important to determine sidereal time. Standard time meridian of a country is important to consider local mean … Continue reading

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Purvashadha Nadi Muhurtha, Uttarashadha Nadi Muhurtha, Shravana Nadi Muhurtha & Dhanishtha Nadi Muhurtha

Saint Bhargava has made the Bhargava Nadi Muhurta system. This Muhurtha system is also known as Nadi Muhurtha of Nakshatras. The day is divided into 30 Nadis and each Nadi is used as Muhurtha for different types of tasks. Each … Continue reading

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Vishakha Nadi Muhurtha, Anuradha Nadi Muhurtha and Jyeshtha Nadi Muhurtha

Bhargava Nadi Muhurtha is determined by dividing the time between Sunrise and Sunset into 60 Ghatis. Each Ghati is of 24 minutes. There are 60 Ghatis. As Horas of day time and night time are determined in the Vedic Astrology, in the same way, the whole day is classified into different Nadis. Continue reading

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What do you Mean by Auspicious and Inauspicious Planets?

Astrology divides Navgrahas into two classes: auspicious planets and inauspicious planets. Auspicious planets are the planets which give auspicious results. They are Moon, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Inauspicious planets are those which give bad results to the native. They are … Continue reading

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Dishonest Planets in Lal Kitab

Planet which will cheat should be considered especially because it will give instant results to the native. In Lal Kitab, this planet will be considered as the Ascendant and the lord of the house in which it is located will be considered as of Rashiphal and it can be cured by performing remedies. Continue reading

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Dasha Method in Lal Kitab

Lal Kitab has a different dasha method. The duration of dasha chakra in Lal Kitab is 35 years. Under Lal kitab, dasha is found using the birth-date and birth time, instead of Moon Nakshatra. The planet of dasha is determined according to the birth-time. Continue reading

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Cheshta Bala – the motional strength

Cheshta means motion. A planet’s cheshta bala is the strength which is obtained by the virtue of its movement. Sun’s cheshta bala is the ayan bala and Moon’s cheshta bala is the paksha bala. Like Sun and Moon other planets … Continue reading

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Lal Kitab Remedies – Importance of Donations

According to scriptures, the person who give donations gets relief from all his sorrows and attains heavenly pleasure. According to Vedic culture, every person should give donations but in lal kitab donations have a special meaning. In this book donations are recommended on the basis of auspicious or inauspicious results of planets. Continue reading

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Fixed Houses in Lal Kitab

Planets are used as significators according to the houses in Vedic astrology, similarly in Lal Kitab every house has a significator. According to Lal Kitab, significators of houses are the fixed houses of the planets. In Lal Kitab method, houses have more importance than signs, and hence these planets are more important. Continue reading

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Half-Blind Kundli in Lal Kitab

Half-blind Kundali is formed by only two planets, Sun and Saturn. When Sun is placed in the fourth house and Saturn is placed in the seventh house, then this Kundali will be known as half-blind Kundali. It is also known as Andhrati Kundli (अन्धराती कुंडली) in Hindi. Continue reading

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