Your personality according to the Day that you were born

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

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Personality is influenced by many things. We can’t pinpoint the way we are to one specific reason, however, it’s always fun to get some insight into where certain aspects of our personality stem from. If personality was completely genetic, why are some of us so different from our siblings and our parents? Why are we drawn to certain things? Why do we react differently than others?

One explanation is our zodiacs, but even more specifically, the day of the week we were born on.

The seven days of the week correspond to the seven visible celestial bodies — Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. These celestial bodies are what make up our zodiac signs (your sign is governed by one of these planets) and affect us on a daily basis. Our ancient ancestors named the seven days of the week after these planets, so that every day of the week has a particular meaning. The day you were born on has a ruling planet, making up part of your character the same way your zodiac does. To find the day of the week you were born on, simply type in your exact birth date into Google and it will give you the day.

The personality of a person depends on multiple factors associated with their birth and surrounding. If we speak about the Vedic astrological connection, the day of the week in which we are born also has a major influence of our personality.  On the off chance that we correlated the day of the week of birth with the moon sign, then as per Vedic Astrology, we will be able to unearth various factors and truths about our personality, way of life that will or may have good or bad effects on us in future.

The study of the above-mentioned combination (the day of the week of birth and moon sign) will help us know the exact time frames or points for the major turning point or life events such as the professional, financial, and marital status, children and various other important factors of life.

Here, we will discuss the positive or negative effects of the moon sign in combination with the day of the week of birth on a ‘Day-wise Basis’ for the better understanding of the topic.

Monday: The Moon Day

Just in case if you are born under the Cancer moon sign in your natal chart and coincidentally you are also born on Monday then it is considered to be a great Yoga for you! With Moon as the ruler or Lord of the day Monday, as well as the moon sign Cancer, you are expected to be extremely sensitive, romantic, extremely moody and highly intuitive. It is believed that if you are born under the said Yoga, it will increase the positive effects of the planet cum Lord Moon for you. As a person born under Cancer with Monday as their birth Day, you are expected to be a homely person who most of the time loves to spend time at home with a strong urge and intention of carving out your own niche spot in the world because of your extremely intuitive nature.

Such positive effects have a direct relation with Your (native’s) ascendant Lord and the placement of Moon in the natal or the birth chart.

Ruled by the moon, Monday babies are sensitive, moody, intuitive, emotional and romantic people. Just as the moon creates changes and currents on Earth, a child of the moon is highly prone to changes of mood. Our ocean’s tides and many of our life’s cycles are based on the rhythms of the Moon, thus the moon is key to home, genetics and family life, so a child born on this day will receive great satisfaction from these principals. They love being at home, prefer a feeling of security and consistency, and have an intuitive grasp of carving out their own territory in the world.

Physiological Characteristics

Monday is considered to be influenced by moon. Moon is considered as the planet of auspiciousness and mildness. The moon moves with highest speed out of all the planets and represents mind. It affects the mind, brain, intellect and nature of the native. Along with this it also controls the emotions. In such a situation, these properties of moon affects the life of the native.

Due to the effect of moon, the natives born on this day are very emotional and have a soft heart. They are easily influenced by the words of others due to which they may face problems. The impact of moon on the natives born on Monday can make him of gentle tendency. They can easily establish reconciliation with others. The native is also very creative. They can think about a lot of things in their mind. They also have the capability to adapt according to the situation.

Work Style & Creativity

The natives born on Monday are always excited about their work. They maintain their efforts towards work, but in some cases the situation can be a little inconvenient. Sometimes the situation might not work according to your will. Many times, you will try to avoid the situation of getting involved in a worthless debate and work towards your projects.

Sometimes due to stubbornness you might not listen to the thoughts of others, but you can be convinced with a little persuasion. Many times, you can be generous about things and can sometimes work according to your will. You can work according to your mind, due to which you can sometimes do work without thinking. You can say anything, due to which later you can realize that you have said something wrong.

In many cases, you might not listen to others in front of your thoughts. You are also curious and excited. You can quickly come in contact with others due to your cheerful nature. Your creativity is also good. You have some new thoughts in your mind and you can also use this talent in your work.

Family & Relations

They have a desire to improve their relationships with family members. They also have a desire to keep family together. They maintain their efforts in love relations. You can sometimes receive good things due to your destiny. You also desire to do everything in your love relations, but if you don’t receive the same feelings from your partner, then you can become a little tensed. You may not be able to handle yourself mentally.

Job & Business

You will get better opportunities for work. You make a lot of efforts in your work and haste is also more. You can also achieve a better position at your work. Works related to water or beauty are considered better for you. If you try to control your emotions and can take tough decisions, then you can move forward in your work. You can become rich and try to achieve your goals with hard work. They devote complete efforts to fulfill their work. If you are serious about this thing then you will be able to work easily.

Tuesday: The Day Of Mars

If you have Aries or Scorpio as your moon sign along with Tuesday as the day of your birth then you have the perfect Yoga that is certain to bring many positive and good effects and changes through your life! The Lord of the Day Mars on your side makes you a fighter and extremely independent. You are always high on energy and winning is more of an obsession for you. Since you are born under the influence of Mars and it is the Lord of both your moon sign and the day of the week of birth, it means it will bestow an amazingly strong personality to you with the will to survive that restrains you from giving up in life. According to a belief, if you are born under the said Yoga, it will boost the positive effects of the Planet Mars as the Lord of both your moon sign and the day of the week of birth. With Aries or Scorpio as your moon sign and Tuesday as the day of your birth; it makes you a person with a high level of energy and enthusiasm; extremely active, and very brave and courageous in nature.

The positive effects will be experienced in various houses of your natal or birth chart will have varied results as it all depends on your Ascendant Lord and the placement of Mars in your birth or natal chart.

The ruling planet of Mars symbolizes a fighting spirit, a desire for independence and an obsession with winning. This masculine planet of action brings intensity to wherever it goes. Children born on Tuesday have strong personalities and are real fighters, fighting either for success, love or anything really, they don’t give up easily. Tuesday’s child is active, enthusiastic, energetic, courageous, brave, impatient, sometimes too fiery and destructive, and has a big desire to achieve.

Wednesday: The Day of Mercury

On the off chance that Gemini or Virgo is your moon sign and coincidentally you are born on Wednesday then you are blessed with the best Yoga possible with the blessing of good effects and thing always coming your way! This fantastic yoga along with Mercury as the Lord of both the Moon Sign and the day of birth makes you an expert in communication, and versatile in nature. As Mercury being the Lord of your moon sign and day of birth, you have an urge to be on the move almost all the time, all through your entire life. As per Vedic astrology, if you are born under the above-mentioned Yoga, it will further augment the positive effects of the Mercury planet being the Lord of both your moon sign and the day of the week of birth. Mercury bestows you as its native the gift of communication which will help you achieve great heights in life and prosper well rather beyond your imagination. Wednesday being the day of the week of your birth gives you wisdom and makes you smart in life so that you are able to make the right decision at the right time in life.

The positive effects will transpire in various houses of your natal or birth chart which will have diverse results as it all is dependent on your Ascendant Lord and the placement of Mercury in your birth or natal chart.

We can tell a lot about Mercury from the fact that it’s the planet that makes it way so quickly around the sun it appears to be moving backwards. The three annual periods of Mercury Retrograde allow us all to review our accomplishments, and throw enough chaos into our plans that those ruled by Mercury learn to be the best improvisers. Children of this day will inherit the restless and questioning qualities associated with this planet. Wednesday’s child is communicative, logical, unreliable, careless and versatile. These individuals have a message to deliver to the rest of us and need to stay on the move, learn and communicate in order to prosper. Wednesday born people are very smart and have amazing communication skills but have also workaholics tendencies.

Thursday: The Day of Jupiter

In the event that Sagittarius or Pisces is your moon sign and at the same time are born on Thursday then you are consecrated with a Great Yoga in your natal chart which means good effects of this Yoga will follow you everywhere at all given times! This positive Yoga clubbed with Jupiter as the Lord of both the Moon sign and the day of the week of your birth makes you extremely optimistic in life. Your positive outlook, when conjoined with your great sense of humor, brings out the best in you thus giving you jovial in nature that is loved and appreciated by everyone around you. Happiness becomes a part of your very existence and optimism also makes you generous with other people.

According to Vedic Astrology, if you are born under the mentioned Yoga, it is said that you as native will experience positive effects of the Planet Jupiter as the Lord of both the Moon Sign and the day of the week of your birth. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system and thus is considered to be the wisest and most powerful of them all; thus provides you as its native the sense of becoming a family oriented individual who is extremely generous, optimistic and extremely convivial in life. They also have a high philosophical approach to life which they feel happy to share with others.

The positive effects will emerge in various Houses of your natal or birth chart which eventually will depict diverse results as all of this is directly related to your Ascendant Lord and the placement of Jupiter in your natal chart (horoscope).  

Thursday is actually known as Thor’s day, the mythological God of Thunder who is also known as Jupiter. As the largest planet in the solar system, it is the ruler of all big things, expansions and excess. Taking twelve years to move through the zodiac, it stays in each sign for about a year.The most beneficial of the planets, Jupiter symbolizes expansion, happiness, optimism, good humor and perspective, which means that Thursday’s child will be jovial, generous, but also have the tendency for self-deception. This is a planet of teaching and a child born on a Thursday will always have a special philosophy to share with the world.Thursday born people are family oriented and are very generous, honest, freedom loving people

Friday: The Day of Venus

On the assumption that you have Taurus or Libra as your Moon Sign with Friday as your day of the week of birth then you are lucky; as all this ads up to make a great Yoga for you! With this incredible Yoga when connected with the Lord of both the moon sign and the day of the week of the birth, Venus makes gives you a personality of a highly social and artistic nature. It makes you feel pleasant and is extremely polite in their behavior and approach to people around.

According to Vedic Astrology, if you are born under the mentioned Yoga, as per the belief, you as a native of the Moon sign will be able to view positive effects of the Planet Venus as the Lord of both, the Moon Sign and the day of the week of your birth. Venus essentially relates to love, manner, polite, well-cultured, affectionate, and refinement hence, it makes you harmonious people with an artsy bent of mind who love doing simple things in the most creative manner possible.

In your birth chart, you will notice some positive effects that will or may emerge in various Houses. This will in due course depict assorted results as all of this is directly related to the placement of Venus in your natal chart (horoscope) and Ascendant Lord of your moon sign.

Venus rules art, beauty and most of all, love. Venus moves around the zodiac in about eleven months, but over a two-year period it has one stretch of a retrograde that can last almost two months at times. This is the pause that inspires the artist and the lover inside … Venus is the muse for us all. Friday’s child is social, seductive, artistic, and sometimes too dependent on opinions of other people, lazy and vain. This child needs to be surrounded by beauty and love, or their talents might remain hidden from the world and their joy subdued. Friday born people are harmonious people destined to art, fashion and creativity and have a weakness for luxury.

Saturday: The Day of Saturn

Since Saturn is the only planet in the Vedic astrology that rules two adjacent or contiguous moon signs and also is the lord of the day Saturday. This means that in the vent that you are either Capricorn or Pisces born with Saturday as the day of the week of your birth then you are extremely lucky to have an amazing yoga in your birth chart that is sure to take you to great heights in life! Being born under the Capricorn or Aquarius moon sign with Saturday as you the day of the week of your birth makes you resilient making you a born fighter so that you’re completely prepared to face life as it comes to you in full swing! This special Yoga also gives you a strong inclination towards social service in order to be of some help to others.

If you have the above-mentioned Yoga in your birth chart then it increases positive effects of the Planet Saturn as the Lord of both, the Moon Sign and the day of the week of your birth. Saturn is an airy planet essentially relates to the law of Karma; hence make you modest, studious, and strict, wise, professional and stubborn so as to get things if they put their head to it. though being an individualist in nature, you are good at organizing skills and are able to make the most it. 

Similar positive effects have a straight connection with Your (native’s) ascendant Lord and the position of Saturn in the natal or the birth chart.

Saturn is the only planet to rule two contiguous zodiac signs. Saturn is the planet of limitations, perhaps unsurprisingly being the last planet visible in the sky to the naked eye from Earth.

Ruled by Saturn, it points to the importance of this child’s life in the family tree and never speaks of an easy life path. With Saturn’s influence, this child is born with a task to resolve, modest, slow and studious, turned to other worlds and lifetimes. Saturday’s child will be wise, professional, practical, strict and suspicious, with a tendency to put their head through a wall when they want something badly. Saturday born people are typical individualists and prefer to be alone but have great organization skills

Sunday: The Sun’s Day

On the off chance that you have Leo as your moon sign while being born on a Sunday then you have a great Yoga in your natal chart! With the presence of such a fantastic Yoga bestows you with leadership qualities with a royal touch to your personality, having a strong inclination towards social and noble acts, strong and resolute thought process clubbed with a strong sense of right and wrong.

It is believed that this Yoga increases the positive effects of the Planet Sun for you that will be experienced in various House hence, giving varied results. All of this primarily depends on the placement of Sun in your natal chart. 

To conclude, we can say that in order for the Day of the Week of your birth clubbed with the moon sign can be effective only when the position of the Ascendant Lord along with the Lord of the week is considered as they are equally crucial for the correct and apt prediction of your better and brighter future.

Viewed as the first day of the week, Sunday is a day of rest and worship. The Sun is the most consistent measure of time in the zodiac. The Sun visits the same spot that it occupied at the moment of your birth in one-year intervals. This consistency is the basis of our calendar and many other divisions of time. Ruled by Sun, Sunday born people have bright auras and magnetic personalities. Sunday’s child is creative, noble, proud, self-centered, bold and loud.

Janmasthami Message

Dear Divine Souls,

I hope that – by God’s grace – this finds you and all your loved ones in the best of health and happiness at this holy time of Janmasthami.

Krishna Janmasthami is the celebration of the day that Bhagwan Krishna incarnated in human form upon the Earth. It is celebrated at midnight on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada (August-September). This year it will be celebrated on 12 August.

The day is celebrated by worshipping Bhagwan Krishna, fasting and chanting devotional kirtan and bhajans until past midnight.

The Bhagavad Gita says that whenever there is darkness in the world, whenever strife and ignorance prevail, the Lord incarnates to shine His divine light on the darkness. He grabs hold of the faltering world, preventing it from drifting too far astray.

However, the Lord does not simply incarnate, give wisdom and depart. Rather, His divine light, His divine message and His divine grace continue to shine, on and on, upon all future generations. His wisdom is such that, once given, it is timeless and eternal, infinite and universal. Lord Krishna’s message in the Bhagavad Gita and the message of His entire life are not meant merely for those who lived 5000 years ago in the lands of Mathura, Vrindavan, Kurukshetra and Dwarka. Rather, the messages are as timeless as His presence and grace.

As we celebrate the divine anniversary of the date He came forth into this world in human form, we must ask ourselves, “Why did He incarnate?” What were the messages of Lord Krishna’s life? What darkness did He come to dispel? In what ocean of ignorance were we drowning, from which He came to save us?

Most Indians, and now many Westerners as well, are familiar with the Bhagavad Gita. We know that Lord Krishna’s verbal message to Arjun on the battlefield was “Stand up. Do your duty.”

However, there are many other important messages in the Gita and also invaluable lessons and divine teachings embedded in the very life He lived. At this holy time of Janmasthami, let us examine and take to heart these messages. We must remember that Bhagwan Krishna incarnated FOR US. He incarnated to remove our veil of ignorance and darkness. It is our duty to Him to take His message to heart and let it uplift, inspire and transform us.

Never Lose Your Song:

One of the most beautiful lessons of Bhagwan Krishna’s life is: never lose yourself due to external circumstances, never lose your smile, never lose your song… Bhagwan Krishna’s life was full of trials and tribulations, beginning on the day when He took birth in a locked jail cell and ending in the jungle shot by a hunter’s arrow. However, throughout it all – through the innumerable challenges wrought upon Him – He always maintained His divine smile. He always played His divine flute. Even after His physical flute was left with Radhaji, the song of Krishna’s flute was always on, wherever He went. The song emanated from His very being. He never once said, “I’m in a bad mood today so I will not play my flute.” No. Regardless of what the external world brought and wrought, the Song was on. This is a beautiful message for our own lives.

So frequently we let small, small things upset us and ruin our day. However, to truly be Krishna devotees means that we should try, as much as possible, to follow His divine example. After all, it is for us that He incarnated on Earth and gave His beautiful, divine messages.

Therefore, whenever failure, frustration or fury stares us in the face and we are tempted to let it ruin our mood and our day, let us always remember the sound of Lord Krishna’s ever-present flute. Let us try to emulate His divine example and let our own song and our smile also be ever-present.

The Lord Unlocks All Locks in Our Life

Bhagwan Krishna came to Earth in the darkness of night, into the locked confines of a jail cell where His mother and father were being held prisoners, due to His evil uncle Kansa. However, at the moment of His appearance (in the form of a human infant) all the guards fell asleep, the chains were broken, and the barred doors gently opened. Thus Vasudeva (Krishna’s father) safely and easily carried baby Krishna across the flowing Yamuna to Gokul.

There is a beautiful message here, even from the first moment of the Lord’s life. We may be living in the darkness of midnight; we may be bound and chained by so many attachments, temptations, anger, grudges, pains and by the binding force of maya. We may feel ourselves locked into the prison of our own bodies, the prison of duality. However, as soon as we let the Lord live in our own hearts, all darkness fades, all chains are broken and all prison doors open freely. Wherever the Lord is, there are no locks.

Also, we can see that the door to the Lord – from any direction, inside or outside – is always open. The only lock is the lock of our own ignorance and our own illusions. As soon as that ignorance is dispelled, as soon as we see His glowing form, all the doors in this life and in all lives open to us.

Bliss All the Time

Beginning with His appearance in a jail and the immediate rush to whisk Him away to a new family, across Yamunaji in Gokul, the Lord was not given an “easy” childhood.sixth day of the Lord’s life, Putna (the demoness) made Him drink poison from her breast. In His third month of life a bullock cart fell on Him. Then, when He was four, huge trees fell on Him.

Until the age of eleven, He was in Vrindavan and Govardhan. The people of Govardhan worshipped Indra, singing his praises and making daily offerings to him. However, Bhagwan Krishna admonished them and said that they should worship Govardhan instead, since it was Govardhan who gave them land, water, grass for their cows. Yet, the people were afraid. Indra threatened to wreak havoc upon their lives if they ceased his worship. As Indra pummeled the beautiful land of Govardhan with rain, hail, thunder and lightening, the Lord held up the mountain of Govardhan over the heads of the people, protecting them from the violent storm. However, as He held up this mountain on the tip of His finger, for days and days as Indra grew more and more furious, He never became angry, nor frustrated, nor disheartened. No. He was always smiling, even in the midst of the torrential storm.

A few short years later, He was forced to kill His uncle, and He had to flee His home in Mathura, barefoot to Junagar, with nothing but a small pitambar. For years, then, this King of all Kings lived in a simple ashram, doing seva for the saints with no facilities, no amenities and no comfort. He had no coat for winter, no umbrella for the rains…

Yet, wherever He went, wherever He was, He was always blissful, always joyful, always shining His divine light upon others.

We, on the other hand, may get stuck in one traffic jam and our days are ruined. We have one business failure and we feel dejected and broken. We become afflicted with disease and we lose our faith in God.

So, what is the Lord teaching us? If He chose His birth and He chose the course of His life on Earth, why did He choose a life full of obstacles, turmoil, trials and tribulations? Why, if He could have lived His entire life as a king, did He spend so many years living in the jungle?

He did this to show us that the real palace is the palace of our heart. When our hearts are full of God, then we live constantly in the most beautiful Golden Palace, regardless of where our bodies may be. He chose this life to teach us that regardless of what insults are hurled at us or what obstacles we face, we must remain immersed in Divine Connection. Then we will not become depressed or frustrated. His life teaches us that we cannot change what happens – it happens for various reasons – but we CAN change our reaction to it. The message of His life is “adapt and adjust.” Move forward. We cannot stop the wind from blowing, but we can change the direction of our sails, so that instead of capsizing our boat, we use the wind to take us to our destination.

Seeing Bhagwan Krishna everywhere

A very important message from Bhagwan Krishna’s life is to see him everywhere, in everyone, all the time. He is embodied in every form and in all forms. In Lord Krishna’s childhood, he gave Mother Yasoda the darshan of the entire world in his mouth. Everything was shown to her in Lord Krishna’s mouth. When we sit in our puja, in our worship/meditation we look at God’s divine image and we see everything in Him. However, we must go further than just seeing everything in God. We must also see God in everything! When we look at a poor child, or when we look at an old widow, or when we look in the face of our enemy, we must see God. Then we will truly have learned the message of Bhagwan Krishna’s teachings.

Fearlessness

One of the most important messages that Bhagwan Krishna gives to Arjuna is Abhayam, be fearless. Arjuna was afraid of battle, afraid of killing his relatives and loved ones. In our lives also we are paralyzed by fear. Omnipresent fear is one of the most insidious obstacles to our peace, happiness and progress in life.

When I say fear, I don’t necessarily mean terror. But, rather I mean all that makes us anxious, nervous, tense and in need of controlling our surroundings. The root of fear is distrust. We have been betrayed, injured and abused. We decide that the world and those around us cannot be trusted. In this way, we lose that faith which is so crucial.

What is the answer? The answer to fear is to firmly root ourselves in God (by whatever name, whatever form you choose). When we realize that God is always with us, always for us, we will never be afraid regardless of the circumstances.

Sure, our family and friends may betray us. They may injure us. But, if we give ourselves to God, if we make our relationship with Him our first priority then we will never be broken inside; we will always be cared for.

There is a story of a very powerful king. This king prided himself on being generous and caring for all his subjects. He would often boast that no one in his kingdom was hungry or cold or impoverished. Once, a holy man came to see the king. The king told the holy man how he provided for everyone in the kingdom so well. The holy man asked the king to come for a walk. While they walked in the forest, the saint picked up a large rock by the side of a stream. “Break the rock,” he ordered the king. The king looked surprised but immediately told his servant to smash the rock. As the rock broke open they saw a small frog, living peacefully in the nutrient-rich water which had gathered inside the rock. “Have you provided this as well?” the holy man asked the king. The king realized that he could not possibly provide something as perfect, as intricate as this food and shelter for the frog. He realized that it is really God who provides for all His subjects.

We must realize that if God can provide for even the smallest insects, He certainly will provide for us.

I heard a beautiful story of a young boy on a ship. The ship was trapped in a large storm and waves rocked the boat furiously. The passengers screamed and cried and held each other for dear life. In the midst of this terror sat a very young boy, calm, composed and angelic. When asked why he did not cry he answered, “My mother is here, so I know everything will be all right.” This feeling we must cultivate. If God is here, if God is with us all the time, then everything will always be all right.

We take out millions of dollars (or pounds or rupees…) of insurance to protect our homes, our property, our cars. But, what about our lives? Who will protect our lives? We must remember our Divine Insurance Company. We must place all of our faith in Him. He will never betray us, and we will rest assured knowing that we are in the best of hands.

We must realize that we are God’s children. Just as a child is never afraid when his mother is near, so we must never fear. Fear immobilizes us. It freezes us. It prevents us from thinking clearly. Most of all, it serves no purpose. No tragedy has ever been prevented by fear. No catastrophe has ever been averted by anxiety. No. Calm, serene, wise understanding of the situation coupled with undying faith is what is needed.

Let us renew our faith in the Supreme. Let us give away our fears, our anxieties. Let us put all our insurance in the Divine Insurance Company. Let us realize that everything is just as it is supposed to be. We are in the lap of our Mother. How can anything go wrong?

Surrender to the Divine

The teachings of Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita are not applicable merely to life on a battlefield, when war is imminent. Rather the true battlefield is within us constantly, and war is being waged every day. Through His teaching to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Bhagwan Shri Krishna gives us lessons for our lives. The Gita is a divine “Map of Life” for it shows us clearly both the destination and also the clearest and best path to reach there. Just as the GPS system in our cars is always there to show us the path and to quickly tell us if we’ve gone astray, so the Bhagavad Gita is like the GPS system for our lives. Wherever we want to go, whatever we want to achieve, we simply need to turn to the Gita for the instructions of how to reach our goal.

However, in order for the GPS system in the car to start working, after we have entered the destination address, we must push the “accept” button. This button activates the guided instructions; without it the instructions will not begin and we will not be guided to our destination. Similarly in our lives, we must accept His message and surrender, constantly, over and over again, to His Divine Will. It is surrender and only surrender that allows divine grace to work in our lives. It is surrender, and only surrender, that brings Lord Krishna’s presence into our lives.

But, how to surrender?

There is a beautiful mantra we chant which is wonderful for cultivating a spirit of surrender: It is as follows:

Kaayena vaachaa manasendriyairvaab
uddhyaatmanaavaa prakriteh svabhaavaat
Karomi yadyat sakalam parasmai
naaraayanaayeti samarpayaami

This means, “Oh Lord….whatever I have done, whatever actions I have performed through my speech, through my mind (anything I’ve thought), through my intellect (anything I’ve planned, achieved or understood), through my hands or body or through any of my senses, therefore anything at all I have performed, perceived or thought, it is all due to Your divine grace and I lay it all humbly at Your holy feet.”

By chanting this mantra, sincerely, deeply and devotionally every night, we remove any vestiges of ego or attachment which may still be lingering, clinging and preventing us from truly surrendering and therefore finding peace and divine connection.

On this beautiful and divine day of Janmasthami let us offer to Him not only our prayers, our puja and our aarti, but let us offer our lives at His holy feet. Let us surrender completely to His Divine Will. This will bring great peace, purity and divinity into our own lives.

With love and blessings to you and all your loved ones,
In the service of God and humanity,

Pundit Roshan Singh

HOROSCOPE OF LORD KRISHNA – The authenticity of Jyotish Astrology

Let us examine and study the horoscope of God Sri Krishna; Supreme God, incarnation God (Lord) Sri Maha Vishnu.

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh

When one looks into the birth chart of Lord Krishna, then almost similar combinations are observed i.e. Jupiter, Moon (placed in Ascendant), Saturn, Rahu and Ketu all in their exulted state. Sun and Mars placed in their own sign and Mercury along with Sun making Buddhaditya yoga in Kendra.

Interestingly, such a highly exalted state of planets is formed when the Supreme chose to incarnate in human form. Be it Lord Rama, Krishna or Buddha, they all had one thing in common for sure, and that was the extraordinarily exalted and amplified state of planets at the time of the Birth.

His mission in his life (avathara) was Parithraanaya Sadhunam, vinasayacha dushkrutham, dharma-samsthapana arthaaya smabhavaami yuge, yuge = To protect the virtuous persons, to destroy sinners, evil doers, devils and demons; and to establish dharma (righteousness) in this world (Bhagavad-geeta sloka).

Date of Birth = June—17/18—3229 (Before Christ); Time Midnight. Sraavana, Krishna paksha Ashtami; Birth Star = Rohini. Place of birth = Mathura (27*25’ North; 77*41’ East . Ashtamyaam, Sraavanamaase, Krishna-pakshe ashtami maha-thithau; Rohinyaam, ardha-rathre, cha sudnmsa udayonmukhe. (from Srimad Bhagavatham by Sri Vyasa Maharshi.


Krishna was born at midnight of 17 /18 June 3229 BCE (gregorian calendar) on Sravana Krishna Ashtami (vedic panchang) during the end of Dwapara Yuga and lived on earth for 126 years, 8 months.


In His original form, Lord Krishna appeared at mid-night, Sravana Krishna Astami (Ashtami ended in evening on 17th June and it was navami but rohini nakshatra during time of birth) from the heart of mother Devaki as four armed Vishnu (Prishni-Garbha Vishnu, the form that is worshipped today in Guruvayur Temple), so that His father and mother could understand their son was the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

Planetary Positions at the time of birth of Bhagavan Sri Krishna:

Lord Sri Krishna, the PARAMATMA, (the Supreme God), was born in the midnight of Sravana month, Krishna paksha, and Ashtami thithi (Lunar-day). Birth Star was Rohini.

Moon is in Birth-lagna and also Indu-lagna, (Taurus) exalted, and is highly beneficial. Vrushabhe’ Chandrasthe su-rupam, poorna bhagyadaha = Moon is in Taurus is exalted and is in birth lagna, the person is very handsome, noble and generous and enjoys royal comforts = – Daakshinya, roopa, dhana, bhoga,guna-vare’nya, Chandrethu Vrushabha-gathe janma-lagne.

Gajaskesari yoga : Gaja-kesari yogoyam Chandra-kendre Bruhaspathihi; Gaja-kesari yoga sanjatho, subha-yogam, satha aayu praapthihi. Jupiter is in 4 th house (Kendra) from Moon (exalted); this is strong Maha-raja-yogam, Gaja-kesari yogam. Vrushabhe Jeev, maha-sukham, dhana, kanaka, vathu vaahana, harmya, vana, bhoo, vidya – adhikamraja vaibhavam = Jupiter in 4 th house gives happiness and royal comforts and an Emperor’s life = Sasthra-abhyasaasaktha- chitto veineethaha;kanta-vitha-athyam sanjatha soukyaha, manthree-marthaha, karyartha pramathau, jaya-bhave deva deva adideve.)

Varga-uttama-amsa : Mars in in Cancer both in Raasi and Amsa charts; this gives enhanced effects due to Mars. Saturn (yoga-kaarak) is in Scorpio both in Rasi and Amsa charts; this gives enhanced effects due to Saturn.

Parivarthana (Exchange) yoga : Venus is in Cancer ruled by Moon; Moon is in Taurus ruled by Venus. This strengthened the benefits of Moon and Venus in both their periods.

Sun is in his own house, Leo, in Kendra (4 th house) from lagnas Vrusha lagne’ chathrthe Bhanau, vahana, udyoga, viabhavam = Sun gives many vehicles, riches, highest position of a king and pomp and prosperity of a king. Sun (aatma-kaaraka) endowed him perfection of personality and nobility. All these super-yogas made him a Ruler of the world and an Emperor of the Universe.

Mercury is exalted in Virgo, his own house and is in 5 th house (Kona; Sri Maha Lakshmi stanam). Vruschika panchame Soumye, akhanda raja-yogasya, vidya, vahana, udyoga, puthra labhadaha = The person enjoys the stature and comforts and life of an Emperor; he gifted with highest level of learning; he has numerous vehicles, horses, and elelpahnts; highest power and profession (he ruled the Universe); he is blessed with highly gifted children.

Born in Rohini – 4th paadam, which is danger for maternal uncle. That is the reason why his uncle Kansa was afraid of him and ultimately died in his hands.
Even Krishna’s nephew Abhimanyu was born in Rohini 4th padam, which was threat to Krishna himself. So, he did not prevent Abhimanyu’s death in Kurukshetra.

Analysis based on planetary positions:

Birth lagna is Taurus and Venus is its lord. Exalted moon (47*45’) is very near birth lagna (50*41’). Vrushabha lagne Chandra stithau, su-roopam; paripoorna bhagyadaha = Moon bestows him handsome and strong ,body and the period of Moon is highly beneficial to him.

Saturn’s (yoga-kaaraka for Taurus) drushti (aspect) is on Moon and birth lagna; so Sri Krishna is very handsome. Venus, Moon, Mars and Saturn have dominant influence and this combined beneficial effect has given Sri Krishna a very graceful and handsome appearance.

Venus is in his own house (5 th from Lagna) in Nava amsa chart; this bestowed him magnanimous nature: he was epitome of courtesy and kindness even to poor person like Kuchela; and to low-born Chandala servant-maid Kubja (as we find in Bhagavata).

Mars is in cancer and is debilitated; and gave him neecha-bhanga raja-yoga; Mars is martial nature planet; he has Varga-uttama-amsa; this gave Sri Krishna invincible martial powers; Mars in 3rd house (courage & bravery). He fought bravely and killed hundreds of mighty raakshasas like Kamsa, Sisupala, Dantavakra. His tact, courage, resourcefulness in battle field are extolled several times in Sri Bhagavat. He caused death of Kaalnemi like raakshasaas by tact, because they cannot be killed in face-to-face fight by the boons they acquired. All these super-yogas made him a Ruler of the world and an Emperor of the Universe. Mercury is exalted in Virgo, his own house and is in 5 th house (Kona; Sri Maha Lakshi stanam). Vrushabhe panchame Soumye, akhanda raja-yogasya, vidya, vahana, udyoga, puthra labhadaha = The person enjoys the stature and comforts and life of an Emperor; he gifted with highest level of learning; he has numerous vehicles, horses, and elephants; highest power and profession (he ruled the Universe).

Moon is the planet of emotions; she is exalted in birth lagna; so Sri Krishna had lot of emotional attachment to his devotees and hastens to rescue them without any delay; ex: Draupadi devi at the time of her modesty being attacked in Kaurava royal court by Demon-brothers Duryodhana and Dussasana and others. This also gave him serenity of mind and is unmoved in the most difficult and precarious situations; ex. at the time of his visit to Kaurava’s royal court as ambassador of Pandavas to encourage Kauravas to abstain from war and give some share in the kingdom, Kauravas tried to harm him; he did not lose his composure and dealt them in befitting way.

Mercury is the lord of 2 nd (house of speech) and 5 th (house of intellect) and is in Virgo (5 th; house) and is exalted. This bestowed him highest intelligence, power of speech to convince persons and turn them to his side tactfully. He is an intellectual giant; he posses the highest power of understanding; he tactfully dealt with Duryodhana when he approached him for support in Kurushethra war and helped Arjuna. He dealt with various virtues and deceptions all his life quire successfully. The ideal disposition of Mercury gave him uncanny diplomacy, skills of tackling and unlimited vision; he possessed boundless power of thinking and planning. He planned several incidents and mainly the Kurukshetra war and executed his plans so meticulously that always his plans were successful and yielded the results he wanted.

Lord Sri Krishna has Moon’s period (Chandra Maha Dasa) running at the time of birth. Krishna Ashtami Moon is waning and is 50% beneficial; 50% malefic. Saturn’s drushti (aspect) on lagna is malefic. Mars (lord of 7 th house; marakasthaana (death-causing) is in 3 rd house ruled by Moon So he suffered fierce attacks from demons like Poothana, Vrushabhasura, Sakatasura and the like; due to his divine nature, he killed them all and saved himself very easily. During the periods of Moon and Mars, he suffered many bala-arishtas (dangers of life during childhood) His birth star is Rohini; it causes danger to the life of his maternal uncle (Demon King Kamsa). The Bala-arishtas of Sri Krishna ended with his killing Kamsa, as part of his life’s mission.

During Rahu main period, he destroyed most of the demons like Mushti, Chaanoora, Demon King Kamsa, Sisupala, Kalanemi, Madhu, Kaitabha and many more. During the period of Jupiter he maintained peace and tranquility in the world and helped Pandavas from their troubles.

During the period of Saturn, he wielded his power and guided the Kurukshethra war and completed the destruction of evil forces prevalent in the form of Kauravas and their associates; and protected dharma (righteousness) in the world. He showered his blessings profusely on his devotees King Bhishma, Vidura, Akroora and bestowed them moksha (freedom from cycle of birth and death; salvation).

Vrushe’ sendhau la savithur theekshan shuthanayoh suhruth jayaa khasyaur bhavathi niyamaan manavapathihi = If Vrushabha (Taurus) is birth lagna and Moon (Chandra) is in it, Sun ( Ravi) is in Leo (Simha). Saturn (Sani) is in Aquarius (Kumbha), the person will certainly be an Emperor. He is, like Sun, is very brilliant hero and unconquerable. 9) Jupiter is in the 4 th house (kendra) Sanamanadhyo, dhana, vahana, bhavnadai sanjatha harshaha, purusha ssadaivaha, nrupa-anukampana upaatha sampath; ambholi bhrun-manthrini bhoothalasthe = Sri Krishna is worshipped by millions of people then and now; all the kings and emperors adored him as the Supreme Lord; he received invaluable gifs and offerings from many kings and rulers. He is the perennial fountain of Brahma-ananda; a source of infinite bliss and happiness. He possesses all the land (Universe); he is omniscient (possessed all knowledge and wisdom); all his relatives, friends and devotees prosper well and are immensely benefited by his grace . Sri Krishna was an epitome of rich and benevolent sympathy and responsive divine generosity and munificence. 10) Ravi, Jeeva samyuthau yathra Ravi paake su-yogadaha; Guru daaye maha-yogam; ithi nischayaha = The conjunction of Sun and Jupiter is highly beneficial. Both Sun and Jupiter bestow him the best benefits. Also this combination made him a terror to his enemies and a ever-helping friend to his friends, relatives, wise people and his devotees.

Saturn is the lord of Bhagya (9th) and Rajya (10th) houses; he is very highly beneficial to Vrushabha (Taurus) lagna native. Saturn alone can give high benefits without any conjugation = Vrushabhasyacha Mandaika dharma-karma-adhip-bhaveth; Sani eakam subham- daanthum samartho. Saturn aspects (drushti on10 th) the 4 th house and Sun (Atma-kaaraka) and Jupiter (Dharma and Karma karaka) in Leo. So Sri Krishna possessed a msiilnary zeal to protect dharma and the rightesous. This is the main purpose of his avathar (incarnation).

The lord of Lagna (Venus) and the lord of vyaya (12 th house) (Mars) and Rahu are conjunct in 3 rd house (upachaya); this explains the occurrence of birth of Sri Krishna in prison.

Jupiter is the lord of 11 th house (Pisces); house of elder brothers; je in Kendra in 4 th house and gained 8 navamsas. He is aspected (10 th drushti) by Saturn and Saturn is conjunct with Rahu in nava-amsa. This explains the reason of his birth as the 8 th issue to his parents; and all his elder brothers were slain by Demon-king Kamsa.

Moon is mathru-kaaraka (significator of mother) and is exalted; Sun is pithru-kaaraka (Significator of father) and is in his own house Leo in kendra (4 th house) and is strong. So Sri Krishna gave immense joy and happiness by releasing his parents from prison; also they lived hale, healthy and happy and had very long-life-span.

Venus is kalthra-karaka (significator of wife), Mars is lord of vyayam (12th house) and 7th house (Scorpio). Venus (102*53’), Mars (91*05’) and Rahu (108*23’) are together in 3 rd house (upachaya). Due to this Sri Krishna has 8 wives. Venus and Rahu are very near and Mars (sensuous planet) is away from Venus. Sri Krishna has no carnal attitude; in fact he practiced and preached total detachment from worldly pleasures and possessions. Venus as lord of birth lagna endows him vitality, but he has complete control over his senses, desires and organs.

5th house (Virgo) has its lord Mercury in exaltarion; Jupiter is (puthra-kaarak) is in Kendra conjunct with Sun (in his own house); these benefic aspects bestowed him many children; all are hale, healthy, happy and highly gifted, like Anirudha, and Pradyumna.

Sri Krishna has Jupiter-Sun (in his own house) conjunction in 4 th house; houise of education and learning. So Krishna has ocean of knowledge, wisdom and learning. He is a sikhsak (Guru) of Vedas, Vedaangas and all sastras and kalalu (fine-arts). He mastered 64 branches of learning in 64 days during his boyhood, says Sri Bhagavatam. He is expert in various asthras and sastraas (weapons use in battle). He is the Lord of all forms of learning and Supreme Guru.

The Kurukshetra war occurred during his Ketu period. Sri Krishna played a vital and decisive role in Mahabharatha war and was the real hero of the episode, without taking active role in the war. Ketu is in bhaya-sthaana (9th house) ruled by Saturn (yoga-kaarka for him); Saturn gains full digbala (directional strength) by virtue of his position in 7 th house. Ketu gives the beneficial results due to Saturn. He was the driver of the chariot of Arjuna and was observing the war silently and appears to be passive. But he directed the movements and course of the war so meticulously, that he achieved his prime mission of life (avathara) “destroying the cruel and wicked Kauravas and their supporters and protecting the righteous, and virtuous Pandavas and their followers” quite successfully.

Ketu is moksha-kaaraka (significator of salvation); he is in 9th house in the constellation of Moon. Mars (martial planet) apects (7th drushti) Ketu; Saturn was beneficial and very well fortified. It was during the end of Ketu period Venus sub-period, Sri Krishna preached the Bhagavad-geetha, the quit-essence of dharma to Arjuna on the Kurukshethra battle field before the commencement of war. When Arjuna shirked to fight overcome by emotions, Sri Krishna preached him his duty as Kshathriya to fight bravely in the war and leave the results to Parama-atma Sri Krishna. Bhagavad-geeta now is the basis for universal dharma and all real religions.

After the Mahabharatha war Sri Krishna led a peaceful life during Venus. Sun and Moon periods for about 35 years.

The starting of Mars period brought him troubles; dissensions among yadavas broke out. Finally Sri Krishna freed from his mortal body and attained his Divine status during this Mars main period and Mars sub-period during the directional (malefic) influence of Mars. Mars is lord of 7 th house is maarka (death-causing); he is in 3 rd house (upachaya), house of longevity and is conjunct with (malefic)Rahu; In Nava-amsa Mars is in 2 nd house (maarka sthaana; death-causing). Consistent with Mars nature. Sri Krishna was hit by an arrow of a hunter; and his end was caused by a weapon. God Sri Krishna changed his mortal body into his divine temporal body and returned to his heavenly abode “Vaikuntha” . His physical body disappeared.

It is impossible for ordinary persons to evaluate the divine personality of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. He is the Supreme Lord incarnate, statesman, counselor, diplomat, philosopher and Yogeswara, the expounder of immortal Bhagavad-geetha, the destroyer of the sinners and the protector of the virtuous = Parithranaya sadhoonam; vinasayacha dushkruthaam…

All the three important factors in his horoscope, the strong birth-lagna, Sun and the Moon have been rendered very beneficial. Atma-kaarka Sun, conjunct with Janana-kaarka Jupiter aspecting (7th drushti) the 10th house (karma-sthaana) reveals a highly integrated and balanced personality of Sri Krishna. Saturn (Yoga-kaaraka) is in Varga-uttama-amsa and has digbala (directional strength). Saturn aspecting (10th drushti) Sun and Jupiter and his being placed in his own constellation are favourbale factors rendering the nativity strong and beneficial. Since Saturn happens to be aayu-kaarka (significator of longevity) also, the strong disposition of Saturn conferred a long life-span of 125 years to Sri Krishna.

Mercury is lord of 2 nd (speech) and 5 th houses (intelligence) and is exalted in trikona (5 th house) proves him to be an extraordinary intellectual genius. 25) Lagna lord is Venus and is conjunct with two malefics Mars and Rahu in upachaya-sthaana. Jupiter and Sun are conjunct in Kendra (4 th house); these two important factors endow Sri Krishna perfection in all aspects of his personality. He is an ideal father, an ideal son, an ideal husband, an ideal ruler (king), an ideal statesman, and above all an ideal Guru (teacher who guides people like Arjuna from asath (ignorance) to sath and sad-gathi (wisdom and elightenment). He not only preached but also showed in practice to perform his own duties, by being non-attached to the deeds or its fruits (results).

Remarks: Sri Krishna was a historical reality. One should vehemently oppose the so-called-scholars and modern politicians who argue that Sri Rama and Sri Krishna were not epic heroes but only fantasy figures. Even photographs taken recently from satellites and sub-marines revealed unequivocally the remains of the city of Dwaraka and its palaces submerged under the Arabian sea on the west coast in Sourashtra region. A mere fantasy figure and literary creation can not move billions of people from ages and bring solace and bliss to billions of souls. We can find clues to His divine personality based on the manner the benefics and malefics are disposed in his Horoscope and the spheres of influences involved. The explanation of the meanings of all His deeds can progressively reveal itself to thousands of generations that follow Him. The immortal and divine song of universal dharma, the great Bhagavad-geeta preached by Supreme Lord Sri Krishna to Arjuna, when he was wavering to fight the battle and do his duty properly, has inspired and influenced billions of persons for the past 5 thousand years. Geeta offered solutions to their problems according to their own stage of mental and spiritual evolution; it guided many on the path of righteousness and prevented many from treading paths of sin and wrong.

Lord Balaram’s Appearance Day and Raksha Bandhan – Monday 03 August

Jyotishacharya Shasti Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

This year, 2020, Lord Baladeva’s appearance day anniversary is August 3. Srila Gurudeva Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja gave a discourse in His glorification in Hindi, translated by Radhika dasi of Russia. The following is a transcription of that translation:]

Today is the appearance day of Rohini-nandana Baladeva. According to the Vedic scripture Garga-samhita, Baladeva Prabhu appeared after Janmastami, but if this is accepted, there would be confusion. Baladeva would be older than Krsna by one year, and then They would not be able to play together, wrestle on equal terms, and have Their name-giving ceremony performed for both of Them at the same time. Therefore, Srila Jiva Gosvami has explained, “Baladeva Prabhu appeared after Jhulana-yatra on the purnima, the full-moon day, and Sri Krsna appeared seven days later on bhadra-astami, the auspicious eighth day of the moon in the month of Bhadra (August/September).” 

After Krsna appeared from the womb of Devaki in His four-armed form of Visnu, Vasudeva brought Him to Gokula. That same Supreme Personality of Godhead, the reservoir of all relationships, simultaneously took birth in Gokula. In this way, He appeared at both places, in Mathura and Gokula, at the same time. Then, as Vasudeva was placing Him on Yasoda’s bed, the expansion (vaibhava-prakasa) of Krsna, who had appeared in the four-armed form, merged into the original form of Krsna, the son of Yasoda.

In the same way, Baladeva Prabhu’s partial expansion first appeared in the womb of Devaki, and then, following Krsna’s order, Yogamaya transferred Him to the womb of Rohini in Vraja, where He was already manifested in His full feature in her womb. In Vrndavana, Krsna is the son of Yasoda and Baladeva is the son of Rohini, and They are the source of all other expansions.

When Krsna and Baladeva leave Vraja and then dwell in Mathura or Dvaraka, at that time They are the sons of Devaki. Devaki-nandana Baladeva lives in Mathura, and there Sankarsana, Pradyumna and Aniruddha manifest from Him. The first of this catura-vyuha (quadruple expansion) is Sankarsana. Baladeva Prabhu Himself manifests in His partial expansion as Mula (root) Sankarsana, and in Vaikuntha He manifests as Maha Sankarsana. Maha Sankarsana then manifests as Karanodakasayi, from Him Garbhodakasayi, from Him Ksirodakasayi who is present in the hearts of all jivas, and his final expansion is the infinite Ananta-sesa.

Raksha Bandhan
Throughout India, on this day ladies tie rakhis (a decorated cloth bracelet) on the wrists of their brothers. Another name of a rakhi is ananta. People used to wear these anantas, made of either gold or silver, so that Ananta-deva would protect them. Baladeva Prabhu takes the form of Ananta-sesa, on whose coils rest Karanodakasayi, Garbhodakasayi, and Ksirodakasayi. He arranges everything necessary for Krsna’s manifestations, He becomes Krsna’s sandals, umbrella, and seat, and in this way He serves Them all. In fact, all that exists in Vraja is Baladeva Prabhu’s manifestation.

Krsna is sat-cit-ananda. Sat is sandhini (eternal existence, or maintenance), cit is knowledge, and ananda is hladini, pleasure. Baladeva is the presiding Deity of the first kind of energy, sat or sandhini. Krsna is the presiding Deity of cit or samvit, and Srimati Radhika is the presiding Deity of ananda or hladini. Joined together, sat, cit, and ananda is knowledge in eternal spiritual existence, which is full of bliss. This is sat-cit-ananda Sri Krsna.

When Krsna is with all His energies in full, sat-cit-ananda, His manifestations are called svamsa incarnations. When He is only with His cit energy, then He is called Brahman. When He is situated within jiva-sakti, then His sat-cit-ananda energies are present only in minute form. This manifestation of Sri Krsna is called vibhinamsa, or the jiva, the minute spiritual living entity. Or, it can be said that when Sri Krsna, leaving aside all other saktis, is situated in His tatastha-sakti (jiva-sakti), He expands as the innumerable, infinitesimal living entities called the jivas.

In Vraja, Baladeva prabhu is the son of Rohini, and in Mathura and Dvaraka He is the son of Devaki. He manifests in these and other forms to serve Krsna in all Krsna’s incarnations. In Krsna’s incarnation as Rama, Baladeva became Rama’s younger brother, Laksmana. Laksmana did not like to carry out some of Rama’s orders, like taking the exiled Sita to the forest, but He was compelled to follow His elder brother’s order. During the pastimes of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Baladeva prabhu came as Nityananda Prabhu, the elder brother of Mahaprabhu. When Mahaprabhu would lose consciousness due to being immersed in the mood of Srimati Radhika, Nityananda would take care of Him. Also, He is guru-tattva.

Baladeva killed Dhenukasura, the personification of ignorance. He also killed Pralambha, who is personified hypocrisy. Until our heart is cleared of hypocrisy, we will attain nothing in the realm of bhakti. If we desire a good job, good marriage, and good relatives, if our heart is filled with so many material desires, how can Krsna come into our heart? Therefore, first Baladeva Prabhu comes and purifies us of those material desires. He also killed Dvivida, who had offended Laksmana during Rama’s pastimes.

When Baladeva visited Naimisaranya, Lomaharsana was narrating the sastras. Everyone present stood up to greet Baladeva, but out of pride Lomaharsana did not rise from his seat and show respect. Baladeva prabhu said, “I am jagad-guru, guru of the entire universe. Thousands of sages have offered their respectful obeisances to Me, but you did not even rise from your seat. You are not qualified to be a guru and speak Bhagavatam.”

With these words, Baladeva Prabhu killed Him, simply by touching him with a blade of kusa grass. The sages present cried out, “Alas, alas! O Baladeva Prabhu, You have made a great mistake. Although You are Lord of the entire world, it was wrong of You to kill Lomaharsana, who was glorifying the pastimes of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.”

“Should I bring him back to life?” Baladeva asked.

“No, no, find someone else who can narrate Bhagavatam to us,” the sages said.

Then, Baladeva Prabhu put His lotus hand on the head of Lomaharsana’s son, Suta Gosvami, the disciple of Srila Sukadeva Gosvami, and blessed him by saying, “May all the Vedas, Puranas, Upanisads, Srimad-Bhagavatam, and other scriptures manifest in your heart. Please sit on this asana and narrate all these scriptures to the sages.” Baladeva Prabhu is the original guru (adi-guru), who can give all knowledge. This pastime is described in the Srimad-Bhagavatam, and there are many other histories as well.

When Krsna kidnapped Rukmini, He conquered all the armies of Rukmi, her brother. At that time Rukmi raised his arm and vowed to stop Krsna or never return to his kingdom. He made a violent attack on Krsna, but Krsna caught hold of him and bound him up. Krsna was ready to kill him, when Baladeva Prabhu arrived there and exclaimed, “What are You doing? Leave him.” Therefore, instead of killing Rukmi, Krsna cut off his hair, leaving a few hanging locks. He then cut loose the ropes that bound him and let him go. Baladeva Prabhu was worried that Rukmini would suffer if her brother was killed, and that is why He advised Krsna to free him. Thus, He solved that situation in the most excellent way.

Happiness and distress are not in our hands, whereas the nature of our activities does depend on us. Whatever happens in a devotee’s life is not his karma, but the Lord’s mercy. When suffering comes, an ordinary devotee becomes hopeless and laments, “Oh, what shall I do?” Undoubtedly, such a devotee tastes the fruits of his own past activities. However, an advanced devotee thinks, “This is the Supreme Lord’s mercy. My Lord has sent me this suffering to free me from pride, and to make me humble and tolerant.” A true devotee accepts suffering with a smile, whereas a materialist accepts it with tears. In Baladeva Prabhu’s pastimes, there are many teachings in this regard.

There is a pastime about a disagreement between Baladeva and Krsna, by hearing which one might ask, “This should not be so. Does Baladeva not know Krsna’s heart?” As explained earlier, Baladeva is not different from Krsna. Baladeva is Krsna’s second body. The only difference is that They carry different paraphernalia (Krsna carries the flute in Vraja, and Baladeva carries a horn/bugle made of leaves), and They have slightly different appearances.

Why, then, would They have any disagreement? This question cannot be answered without knowledge of naravata-lila, Their human-like pastimes. During Their human-like pastimes, something may happen which looks like a quarrel. They are two loving brothers, but it appears that they argue. Father and son, or son and mother, may have apparent disagreement in their loving exchanges.

Baladeva Prabhu wanted his sister Subhadra to marry Duryodhana. Krsna, Vasudeva, Rohini, Devaki and all other members of the Yadu family wanted her to marry Arjuna, but none dared express their wish out of fear of Baladeva. No one could bend Baladeva to accept her marriage with Arjuna. Neither Vasudeva, nor Devaki, nor Rohini could do so. They all feared to act against His desire.

Krsna wondered, “What should be done? Whatever happens, My sister must not marry that villain Duryodhana, who is the enemy of the Pandavas, the Yadus, and My enemy as well.” So He arranged a trick. He told Arjuna, “Listen, dress up as a sannyasi and come to Dvaraka. Perform your bhajana-sadhana there. My sister, Subhadra, will come to get your darsana, and then you can flee Dvaraka together with her.”

Arjuna agreed. When he saw Subhadra, he was enchanted by her beauty and felt a strong desire to marry her. In the meantime, Duryodhana was eagerly waiting for her arrival, just as Sisupala previously awaited Rukmini in his palace.

Duryodhana was a clever politician, and thought, “If I marry Subhadra, all the Yadus will be on my side and not on the side of the Pandavas.” But Arjuna disrupted his plans by coming to Dvaraka dressed as a sannyasi.  Arjuna did not talk to anyone, lived a very austere life, and ate and slept very little, as real sannyasis do.

Yasoda-maiya loves Krsna with all her heart, but when Putana came, Yasoda thought, “Oh, this lady is so full of affection. Why should she stand outside? I should let her in.” She could not discern that Putana’s loveliness was false. Similarly, Arjuna was able to bewilder all the residents of Dvaraka in his garb of a sannyasi. Even Baladeva prabhu came to him to offer obeisances, and Arjuna gave Him blessings. In the meanwhile Krsna instructed Subhadra, “This sannyasi has come to fulfill your innermost desire. Go and worship him.”

Subhadra dressed exquisitely, decorating herself with sixteen kinds of ornaments, and arrived in her chariot to see Arjuna. Arjuna was informed about her arrival and was ready for her. He seated her on his own chariot and then personally entered upon it, giving the reins controlling the horses into Subhadra’s hands. While she was driving the chariot, Arjuna stood with his bow and arrows in his hands, forbidding anyone to stop them.

“Arjuna stole My sister!” cried Baladeva when He heard the news. “Come, Yadus, we should take a big army with us and punish this offender.”

When they were about to set out for the chase, Krsna checked them by inquiring, “Where are You going?”

Baladeva told Krsna, “Do you not know? Arjuna has kidnapped Our sister!”

Krsna said, “Oh, brother, don’t You know that kidnapping is within our family tradition? Did I not kidnap Rukmini? Did Samba not kidnap Duryodhana’s daughter? So, what is the wrong if Arjuna does the same? You actually helped Samba in this undertaking. Don’t You remember that You led our armies against Duryodhana? What’s more, do You really see Arjuna kidnapping Subhadra? Subhadra is the one driving the chariot. O Baladevaji, You may kill Arjuna, but if You do so, Your sister will be very distressed.”

Baladeva replied, “Why didn’t You tell Me about all this before? If You are all in favor of her marriage with Arjuna, then I shall also agree.”

We see that there was a disagreement between Krsna and Baladeva, which was not really a disagreement but a semblance of it for the purpose of the successful execution of Their pastimes together.

Also, in the final days of the battle of Kuruksetra, Bhima had a club-fight with Duryodhana, and both had learned club-fighting from Baladeva prabhu. In the beginning of the duel Baladeva arrived there. Then, in front of Baladeva, Krsna gave a signal to Bhima, and Bhima gave a heavy blow with his club on Duryodhana’s thigh.  To beat someone below the waist is against the rules of club-fighting, but it was Krsna who had advised Bhima to do so.

In great anger, Baladeva raised his club, ready to kill Bhima, when Krsna remarked, “Today You are just in time, brother. But where were You when Duryodhana, Sakuni, and others murdered our dear nephew, Abhimanyu? When this wicked Duryodhana tried to burn the Pandavas alive in the shellac palace, where were You to save them? When he and his brothers tried to undress Draupadi in the Kaurava assembly, where were You to protect her? Where were You when Duryodhana did all this injustice to the Pandavas?

Baladeva then calmed his anger and left the scene in silence. He acted in accordance with Krsna’s desire.

Lord Baladeva’s pastimes are unlimited, His virtues are unlimited, and His love for Krsna is unlimited.

Gaura Premanande!

SATURN RETROGRADE IS HERE – Check what effect it will have upon you

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

Get ready to strum to the tune of tough love this year because Saturn retrograde 2020 officially began May 10 and lasts through Sept. 29, so we’ll have a lot of time to dig through our archives when it comes to our sense of duty, relationship to authority, and way of relating to our work. Those of you that are in a Saturn Maha Dasha or Saturn Sada Shati need to be very careful and take the necessary remedial measures now to avert his ill effect.  Let us assist you in this regards.

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Saturn in astrology is all about being responsible, working within restrictions, and teaching you lessons. “Being the ruling planet of time and karma, when Saturn retrogrades, karmic debts are sorted out by blending the past with the present and the future, Saturns retrograde periods are excellent for reviewing what we have learned within Saturn-ruled themes like boundaries, discipline, responsibilities, and authority.

Because it’s a longer transit, we’ll have more time to sort through our issues, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be without its challenges. “In 2020, retrograding Saturn will be forming two catalysing squares to intense Mars, and this is when we are most likely to feel the heavy weight of responsibility and reality checks, but the thing to remember here is that as a fair and wise teacher, Saturn retrograde will bring rewards our way — especially if real efforts were made during the time it was direct.

Check out how Saturn retrograde will affect you based on your zodiac sign.

ARIES

Now is the time to figure out when and how to say no to things at work, Aries. Saturn’s presence in your career sector has been teaching you a lot about boundaries when it comes to networking. You may have to adjust these boundaries and even need to take a break from those who are not appreciative of you. Be discerning: You don’t have to accept every single career opportunity that gets flung in your direction as job losses or retrenchment can be experienced.

TAURUS

Saturn retrograde is transforming the way you see and relate to the world, Taurus, you have been assessing what you’ve learned in previous years in order to come up with an ideology on life that works for you. Now’s the last chance to fine-tune your findings. Focus only on the beliefs that continue to serve you, and feel free to cut cords with any that are past their sell-by date. Trim away any old beliefs and dump the philosophical baggage that isn’t helping you grow into the person you want to be. Abandon all negative thoughts that keep you grounded and seek new ways to better your life. Be guided by your horoscope readings.

GEMINI

With Saturn teaching you lessons about rebirth and transformation over the past couple years, you’ve probably felt inclined to go inward to figure out your personal boundaries, Gemini. Hopefully you have been taking advantage of this year’s introspective vibe because if you haven’t, Saturn retrograde will force you to do so. Take a close look at your horoscope to determine where Saturn feature presently. Digging in will help you find deeper sources of nourishment for your soul — it’s totally worth it! Don’t be afraid to explore beneath the surface of your desires.

CANCER

Saturn has likely put you through the ringer when it comes to your interpersonal relationships lately, Cancer, and you’re probably feeling frustrated by all the love drama. The past year must have felt like a total burden, but the learnings have been priceless. You are at the end of this journey, and this is the last chance to reflect on the level of responsibility you bring to your most important relationships. It’s time to integrate the lessons you’ve been learning in love with faith that there’s a romantic light at the end of the tunnel.

LEO

Your day-to-day life probably looks entirely different than it did a few years ago, doesn’t it, Leo? That’s because Saturn has been nudging you toward revamping your long time habits — definitely not a fun lesson to learn, but a huge tool for your personal growth. For you, this retrograde is all about fine-tuning the new lifestyle you have built for yourself in order to inject more balance into your life. Up the self-care during this retrograde, and stick with your healthy new habits.

VIRGO

No one wants to feel restricted when it comes to the way they experience pleasure and fun, but Saturn has been forcing you to re-evaluate how you use your creative energy, Virgo. Have you lost any sense of fun and creativity lately? If your answer is yes, then this retrograde is an amazing opportunity to bring the joy back into your life by focusing on the simple pleasures life has to offer. Start building up your sense of pleasure with the small things now, then watch it blossom once Saturn moves forward again.

LIBRA

You’re entering a new phase when it comes to the responsibilities in your home life, Libra. Saturn has focused you on the theme of building a secure nest or taking care of your family. As Saturn retrogrades, use this time wisely to meditate on how you can best support your loved ones without forgetting about your own needs. While supporting your inner circle is good, you’re also learning you honour your own boundaries. Take things as they come.

SCORPIO

You’ve spent the past years discovering new ways to express yourself, Scorpio, and now it’s time to start building your confidence in these skills. Your Saturn journey has been about learning how to communicate in many different forms. Whether your progress has been through writing, speaking, painting, or even filming, use this retrograde to pat yourself on the back for a job well-done. While you’ve still got lots to learn, this backspin can be a time to pause and celebrate your growth.

SAGITTARIUS

Your relationship to your finances, assets, and overall value has been defined and refined over the past couple years, and now’s an opportunity to start applying all you’ve learned to your real-life experience. Saturn has taught you very valuable lessons about money and your connection to your own sense of self-worth. Use this retrograde to review your new financial situation, as well as all the different ways you can earn some extra money.

CAPRICORN

As you enter Saturn retrograde, you do so as an entirely new person, Capricorn, as you’ve learned more hard lessons over the past years than you can count. Saturn comes back for one last dip in your sign before leaving for good at the end of the year. You have changed and matured so much over the past two years, but don’t lose your focus just yet — there is one last, very valuable lesson on the horizon, and the rewards will be sweet once 2021 arrives. Once it’s all over, you’ll realize that you wouldn’t change your growth for anything.

AQUARIUS

Your spiritual boundaries have been tested lately, Aquarius, and you may have found yourself questioning everything you believe and feel. Now’s the time to start trusting your intuition. Saturn has been working its magic, bringing important messages and psychic guidance your way. Listening and paying attention will set you up for success — especially as Saturn prepares to enter your sign at the end of 2020 for a two-and-a-half-year stay.

PISCES

Your friendships have been in a state of flux lately, and you’ve been learning a lot about how stand up for yourself and work as part of a group. Get ready to put those new skills into practice now, Pisces. During this retrograde, revisit your personal connections and decide which ones are worth the work, and which are on their way out. Don’t keep spending energy on things and people that don’t vibe with your higher purpose.

Raksha Bandhan – Choose the colour according to Zodiac Sign

Raksha Bandhan 3 August 2020

Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in Shravana month. This year Rakhi will be celebrated on Monday, 3 August 2020. Here is all you need to know about Raksha Bandhan auspicious time and significance.

CHOOSE THE COLOUR ACCORDING TO ZODIAC SIGN

Make your brother-sister bond stronger by choosing the right rakhi colour according to your zodia sign. If your brother’s star sign is Aries, then you should choose a rakhi which is red in colour and if your brother is a Cancerian get a rakhi which is made of silk threads or pearls, says Pundit Roshan Singh.

* Aries: You should choose a rakhi which is red, orange or yellow in colour. An Aries is generally a sport lover, so the best gift for him will be sport equipment.

* Taurus: Opt for blue or silver coloured rakhi’s. While a Taurus man is as stubborn as a bull, he is also warm and open; hence the perfect gift for him will include a gourmet gift basket of delicious chocolates, plush pillows or cashmere blankets.

* Gemini: Choose a rakhi which is green in colour. Since a Gemini is highly intelligent and talkative person, therefore, gift him something that would compliment his intelligence, such as a book or a journal or a unique picture frame.

* Cancer: Buy a rakhi which is made of silk threads or pearls, because they are soft from inside. Similarly, they love something that will have a personal meaning, therefore any handmade thing, or something related to home will be a perfect gift for them.

* Leo: your rakhi should be of Orange, Pink or Red colour. In terms of gifting, an eye-catching jewellery, cosmetics, fragrances or a grooming kit will be a perfect gift.

* Virgo: A rakhi made of silk threads or green or white in colour should be your pick. The best gift for this organised sign will be a magazine basket, schedule-appointment journal or a nice watch.

* Libra: For your Libra brother opt for a rakhi which is purple or turquoise in colour. Libra is a sign of balance and scale and they love beauty and sensuality, hence a basket filled with scented soaps, lotions and candles will be the ideal gift for them.

* Scorpio: Red should be your colour. Scorpions are very discreet and extra sensual and concerned with their appearances, so a brand of perfume or a pair of designer shoes or sunglasses will be a perfect gift for them.

* Sagittarian: You should go for a yellow coloured rakhi. Sagittarian is outspoken, therefore they will be honest about whether they liked the gift or not. To avoid such an embarrassment, gift him something related to adventure or an outdoor picnic.

* Capricorn: If you have a Capricorn brother, then your rakhi should be pink in color. Capricorns are most ambitious zodiac sign, therefore anything related to status, job and success will be able to satiate your Capricorn brother.

* Aquarius: Any Dark Coloured rakhi will do wonders for the strong bond with your brother. Any technical gadget will be the most apt gift for the brothers of this sign.

* Pisces: White or Yellow coloured rakhi should be your choice for your Pisces brother. This sign is sensitive and compassionate therefore anything to do with luxury or beauty will be their ideal gift.

 ASTROLOGICAL CONSIDERATION FOR THE CELEBRATION

Raksha Bandhan 2020: Rakhi is one of the most ancient festivals celebrated in India and all over the world dedicated to the pious bond between a brother and a sister. This festival is celebrated in Shravana month during full moon day or Purnima day. The dates vary each year as per the position of the Moon.

On this day, sisters apply tilak to the brother’s forehead and tie a sacred thread ‘Rakhi’ on their wrist as a mark of affection and pray for his long life. The brothers in return offer gifts and promise to protect her all his life. Not only siblings but also cousins and friends celebrate this festival with each other.

Rakhi Purnima the day is also known as Shravana Purnima.

Sometimes rakhis are tied to elder sisters because of the role they play in their siblings’ life. No matter how the festival is carried out, the essence remains the same.

The best time to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan is Aparahna. If that time is not available then Pradosh time is also suitable to perform rituals but the rituals should not be done during Bhadra.

This year Raksha Bandhan will be celebrated on Monday, August 3, 2020. Raksha Bandhan thread ceremony time beings from 09:28 am and end at 09:17 pm. (Duration – 11 hours 49 mins).

Purnima Tithi begins on Aug 02, 2020, at 09:28 pm

Purnima Tithi ends on Aug 03, 2020, at 09:28 pm

Aparahna time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat is from 01:48 pm to 04:29 pm. (Duration:02 Hours 41 mins)
Pradosh time Raksha Bandhan Muhurat is from 07:10 pm to 09:17 pm. (Duration – 02 hours 07 mins)

The best time to tie Rakhi on Raksha Bandhan is Aparahna. If that time is not available then Pradosh time is also suitable to perform rituals but the rituals should not be done during Bhadra.

A Festival of Love, Affection and Protection

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

The holiday (Holi day) of Rakhsha Bandhan, or Rakhi, is a celebration of the bond of love and the bond of family. On this day, sisters tie sacred threads around their brothers’ wrists, symbolizing their love and affection. In return, the brother promises to protect his sister and to always be there for her. Rakhsha means protection or security and bandhan means a bond or relation. Thus, Rakhsha Bandhan symbolizes the bond of security and protection between brothers and sisters.

Indian Culture – the world is one family

However, on Rakhi, the brothers and sisters do not have to be blood relatives. That is the beauty of Indian culture. Our tradition tells us that the world is our brother and sister. On this day of Raksha Bandan, a girl can tie a rakhi on the wrist of any boy or man to whom she feels a close bond. Then, from that day forth, they will call each other “sister” and “brother.” In this way, relationships are strengthened, solidified and purified. The tradition of Rakhsha Bandhan symbolizes and underscores the way Indians live together as brother and sister — relationships filled with love, devotion and affection, but devoid of lust, attraction or violence.

The Bond of Rakhi

For example, the ancient Muslim ruler of India, Humayun, was obligated to protect the Hindu princess Karmavati, even in spite of all political and social sanctions against Karmavati and her family. Why? Because the princess had sent Humayun a rakhi.

Additionally, the tradition of Rakhi has created a beautiful, sacred way for women and girls to be protected during times of political and social turmoil. Even as men injure and dishonor women, no one would injure his own sister. The bond of rakhi is held so sacred that no man would dare leave his rakhi sister unprotected, let alone actually injure her himself. For example, the ancient Muslim ruler of India, Humayun, was obligated to protect the Hindu princess Karmavati, even in spite of all political and social sanctions against Karmavati and her family. Why? Because the princess had sent Humayun a rakhi.

Sacred Beginning

The holiday, like all Indian festivals, has a divine, sacred beginning. During the time of the Mahabharat, Lord Krishna threw a celestial weapon at Shishupala in order to punish him for his numerous sins. However, as Lord Krishna hurled the weapon at Shishupala, the Lord cut his own finger. Draupadi immediately tore off a piece from her sari and wrapped it around Lord Krishna’s finger, stopping the bleeding. Lord Krishna asked her what she wanted in return for this favor. “Nothing, Oh Lord,” she replied. “Just your holy presence in my life, at all times.” So, from that moment forth, Lord Krishna promised Draupadi that He would always be with her and that He would always protect her. Later, as the Kauravas tried to dishonor Draupadi by removing her sari in a public hall, she called to Lord Krishna who immediately came to her rescue.

Bond with God

Draupadi gave to Lord Krishna one small strand from her sari. In return, Lord Krishna gave Draupadi an endless, infinite sari, one which could never be removed.

This shows us more than simply the bond between a brother and sister or the promise of security. This teaches us a valuable lesson about our own relationship with God. Draupadi gave to Lord Krishna one small strand from her sari. In return, Lord Krishna gave Draupadi an endless, infinite sari, one which could never be removed. When we come forward toward the Lord, even one small step, He comes toward us by miles. When we offer one small strand of our lives at His holy feet, the rewards are infinite.

Our brothers and sisters across the globe

On this holy day of Raksha Bandhan there is so much to learn, so many vows to make. First, there are the ancient, traditional meanings, whereby girls and women remember their brothers – far and near – with love and affection. In exchange, all men and boys promise to protect their sisters – both against physical harm, and also against dishonor to their name or to their family. These are as crucial today as they were in the past.

May our girls and women lead the way toward this universal family as they tie rakhi bracelets on the wrists of not only their closest male friends, but also on the wrists of brothers and sisters of all faiths and all walks of life. Let us use this holiday to reach out to those around us, embracing them as brother and sister.

However, perhaps even more importantly, we must realize that the only way the world will survive is united as one family. Thus, now, we must also take the deeper, underlying meaning of Rakhi. We must vow to make the world our brothers and sisters – not only in theory, but also in practice. Let us use rakhi as a symbol of our universal brotherhood. May our girls and women lead the way toward this universal family as they tie rakhi bracelets on the wrists of not only their closest male relatives, friends, but also on the wrists of brothers and sisters of all faiths and all walks of life. Let us use this holiday to reach out to those around us, embracing them as one family.

Our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom

As our hearts open and our arms extend outwards to embrace all of humanity, let us also open our hearts and our hands to our brothers and sisters in the universal family whom we call “animals.” Let us realize how cruelly and inhumanely the cows, pigs, chickens and turkeys of the world are treated, simply so people can enjoy a nice hamburger, piece of fried chicken or cake with eggs. Let us open our hearts and our ears to the cries of mother cows whose babies have been wrested from them at birth in order to become hamburgers. Let us open our hearts and eyes to the sight of these animals whose skin is cut from their bleeding bodies while they are still living, breathing and feeling. Let us open our eyes to the sight of egg-laying hens crammed together so tightly into cages that they can neither move, nor even lift a wing or lie down, starved of food and water. Let us watch the newborn male chicks (who because they are male won’t be able to grow up and lay eggs) thrown into garbage bags to suffocate or thrown live into meat grinders where they will then become the food for other chickens.

Let us realize that our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom, weep helplessly when separated from their mothers at birth and scream in pain when injured, just as we do. Let us realize that we are defying the order of God and the path of dharma when we knowingly and unnecessarily cause such pain, trauma and suffering to our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom.

Let us protect our Rivers, Mother Earth & Mother Nature

Let us also vow to protect our sacred rivers, Mother Earth and Mother Nature, just as we would our own family, as without them there is no life. I often say there is a plan A, plan B but there is no planet B- we have only one planet and we have to protect, preserve and serve it. Just as we tie the sacred rakhi on our brothers let us come together as families to tie a sacred rakhi or kalava on our trees and pledge to protect all of Mother Nature for they offer us divine protection through the clean air, water and soil they provide us.

The true Rakhsha Bandhan

The divine rakhi that you offer to the Lord will never become untied, never become faded and will never break. He will forever protect you, forever be with you and forever love you.

Last and most importantly, let us offer the rakhi of our heart to the Lord. For He is our true brother, our true sister, our true protector. It is to Him that we want to be eternally tied. The divine rakhi that you offer to the Lord will never become untied, never become faded and will never break. He will forever protect you, forever be with you and forever love you.

Raksha Bandhan – A Festival of Love, Affection and Protection

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

The Holi-day of Rakhsha Bandhan, or Rakhi, is a celebration of the bond of love and the bond of family. On this day, sisters tie sacred threads around their brothers’ wrists, symbolizing their love and affection. In return, the brother promises to protect his sister and to always be there for her. Rakhsha means protection or security and bandhan means a bond or relation. Thus, Rakhsha Bandhan symbolizes the bond of security and protection between brothers and sisters.

Indian Culture – the world is one family

However, on Rakhi, the brothers and sisters do not have to be blood relatives. That is the beauty of Indian culture. Our tradition tells us that the world is our brother and sister. On this day of Raksha Bandan, a girl can tie a rakhi on the wrist of any boy or man to whom she feels a close bond. Then, from that day forth, they will call each other “sister” and “brother.” In this way, relationships are strengthened, solidified and purified. The tradition of Rakhsha Bandhan symbolizes and underscores the way Indians live together as brother and sister — relationships filled with love, devotion and affection, but devoid of lust, attraction or violence.

The Bond of Rakhi

For example, the ancient Muslim ruler of India, Humayun, was obligated to protect the Hindu princess Karmavati, even in spite of all political and social sanctions against Karmavati and her family. Why? Because the princess had sent Humayun a rakhi.

Additionally, the tradition of Rakhi has created a beautiful, sacred way for women and girls to be protected during times of political and social turmoil. Even as men injure and dishonor women, no one would injure his own sister. The bond of rakhi is held so sacred that no man would dare leave his rakhi sister unprotected, let alone actually injure her himself. For example, the ancient Muslim ruler of India, Humayun, was obligated to protect the Hindu princess Karmavati, even in spite of all political and social sanctions against Karmavati and her family. Why? Because the princess had sent Humayun a rakhi.

Sacred Beginning

The holiday, like all Indian festivals, has a divine, sacred beginning. During the time of the Mahabharat, Lord Krishna threw a celestial weapon at Shishupala in order to punish him for his numerous sins. However, as Lord Krishna hurled the weapon at Shishupala, the Lord cut his own finger. Draupadi immediately tore off a piece from her sari and wrapped it around Lord Krishna’s finger, stopping the bleeding. Lord Krishna asked her what she wanted in return for this favor. “Nothing, Oh Lord,” she replied. “Just your holy presence in my life, at all times.” So, from that moment forth, Lord Krishna promised Draupadi that He would always be with her and that He would always protect her. Later, as the Kauravas tried to dishonor Draupadi by removing her sari in a public hall, she called to Lord Krishna who immediately came to her rescue.

Bond with God

Draupadi gave to Lord Krishna one small strand from her sari. In return, Lord Krishna gave Draupadi an endless, infinite sari, one which could never be removed.

This shows us more than simply the bond between a brother and sister or the promise of security. This teaches us a valuable lesson about our own relationship with God. Draupadi gave to Lord Krishna one small strand from her sari. In return, Lord Krishna gave Draupadi an endless, infinite sari, one which could never be removed. When we come forward toward the Lord, even one small step, He comes toward us by miles. When we offer one small strand of our lives at His holy feet, the rewards are infinite.

Our brothers and sisters across the globe

On this holy day of Raksha Bandhan there is so much to learn, so many vows to make. First, there are the ancient, traditional meanings, whereby girls and women remember their brothers – far and near – with love and affection. In exchange, all men and boys promise to protect their sisters – both against physical harm, and also against dishonor to their name or to their family. These are as crucial today as they were in the past.

May our girls and women lead the way toward this universal family as they tie rakhi bracelets on the wrists of not only their closest male friends, but also on the wrists of brothers and sisters of all faiths and all walks of life. Let us use this holiday to reach out to those around us, embracing them as brother and sister.

However, perhaps even more importantly, we must realize that the only way the world will survive is united as one family. Thus, now, we must also take the deeper, underlying meaning of Rakhi. We must vow to make the world our brothers and sisters – not only in theory, but also in practice. Let us use rakhi as a symbol of our universal brotherhood. May our girls and women lead the way toward this universal family as they tie rakhi bracelets on the wrists of not only their closest male relatives, friends, but also on the wrists of brothers and sisters of all faiths and all walks of life. Let us use this holiday to reach out to those around us, embracing them as one family.

Finding Innovation in our Traditions

Let also utilise our ancient and timeless tradition to protect millions of our sisters who have to brave the darkness of night and many threats to their dignity to answer the call of nature.

Let also utilise our ancient and timeless tradition to protect millions of our sisters who have to brave the darkness of night and many threats to their dignity to answer the call of nature. It’s time that we find innovation in our traditions, expand them and stay true to the essence by ensuring that our sisters are not faced with basic challenges, such as the lack of toilet, menstrual hygiene and sanitation facilities. That’s why I recently shared the slogan “Tilak Lagao, Toilet Banao” let the brothers give their sisters the gift of toilets, the gift of sanitation and the true gift of a life of dignity and safety.

Our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom

As our hearts open and our arms extend outwards to embrace all of humanity, let us also open our hearts and our hands to our brothers and sisters in the universal family whom we call “animals.” Let us realize how cruelly and inhumanely the cows, pigs, chickens and turkeys of the world are treated, simply so people can enjoy a nice hamburger, piece of fried chicken or cake with eggs. Let us open our hearts and our ears to the cries of mother cows whose babies have been wrested from them at birth in order to become hamburgers. Let us open our hearts and eyes to the sight of these animals whose skin is cut from their bleeding bodies while they are still living, breathing and feeling. Let us open our eyes to the sight of egg-laying hens crammed together so tightly into cages that they can neither move, nor even lift a wing or lie down, starved of food and water. Let us watch the newborn male chicks (who because they are male won’t be able to grow up and lay eggs) thrown into garbage bags to suffocate or thrown live into meat grinders where they will then become the food for other chickens.

Let us realize that our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom, weep helplessly when separated from their mothers at birth and scream in pain when injured, just as we do. Let us realize that we are defying the order of God and the path of dharma when we knowingly and unnecessarily cause such pain, trauma and suffering to our brothers and sisters in the animal kingdom.

Let us see these animals as our dear sisters who need and deserve our protection.

On this sacred day of Rakhi, let us vow to offer our protection to every mother cow whose baby is turned into beef, to every mother hen whose beak and toes are cut off and who is starved and deprived of water so that she will lay eggs quicker, to every chicken who is hung upside down on a sharp hook and de-skinned while frequently still living. Let us see these animals as our dear sisters who need and deserve our protection.

Let us protect our Rivers, Mother Earth & Mother Nature

Let us also vow to protect our sacred rivers, Mother Earth and Mother Nature, just as we would our own family, as without them there is no life. I often say there is a plan A, plan B but there is no planet B- we have only one planet and we have to protect, preserve and serve it. Just as we tie the sacred rakhi on our brothers let us come together as families to tie a sacred rakhi or kalava on our trees and pledge to protect all of Mother Nature for they offer us divine protection through the clean air, water and soil they provide us.

The true Rakhsha Bandhan

The divine rakhi that you offer to the Lord will never become untied, never become faded and will never break. He will forever protect you, forever be with you and forever love you.

Last and most importantly, let us offer the rakhi of our heart to the Lord. For He is our true brother, our true sister, our true protector. It is to Him that we want to be eternally tied. The divine rakhi that you offer to the Lord will never become untied, never become faded and will never break. He will forever protect you, forever be with you and forever love you.

Your ever well wisher

Punditji

Simple Ways to Improve your business


Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das email : punditroshan@telkomsa.net Contact : 0716300834

Get Business Success With Astrology Tips.

Vedic astrology is a very precious gift from God to humans. Vedic astrology has the answer to every human problem. It not only gives solutions to love, family and social problems, but it also helps people to solve business problems and helps in achieving a higher success in business.

If you are a businessman then getting profit in business is definitely your first priority. But do you think it is so easy to get success? No, it is very difficult to achieve, there are so many factors to achieve success such as effort, hard work, willpower, and most importantly luck. If someone has bad luck, no matter how hard he works, he gets only failure. But with the use of astrology, a person can easily increase his fortune and make a lot of profit in business.

Take the following steps to improve your business growth:

Every Saturday hang 1 lime with a piece of charcoal strung with 7 green chillies at the main door of the business and home.

On every Amavasya, light lobhaan with a dry chilli at your business place.

On Sunday, lightly sprinkle some black pepper and black gram at the workplace.

Take a peepal leaf and worship it with incense sticks and place it below where you sit for 7 consecutive Saturdays. When 7 leaves are collected cast it into any river or the ocean.

You will also get a lot of benefit by having Vastu Dosha Prevention Pooja done at your place of business.

व्यवसाय को बेहतर बनाने के अचूक उपाय

ज्योतिष टिप्स द्वारा व्यवसाय में सफलता प्राप्त करें। वैदिक ज्योतिष मनुष्य के लिए भगवान द्वारा एक बहुत ही कीमती उपहार है। वैदिक ज्योतिष में इंसान की हर समस्या का जवाब है। यह न केवल प्यार, परिवार और सामाजिक समस्याओं का समाधान देता है, बल्कि यह लोगों को व्यावसायिक समस्याओं को भी हल करने में मदद करता है और व्यवसाय में एक उच्च सफलता प्राप्त करने में मदद करता है।

सावन माह में बुक करें शिव का रुद्राभिषेक , होंगी समस्त विपदाएं दूर

यदि आप एक व्यवसायी हैं तो व्यवसाय में लाभ प्राप्त करना निश्चित रूप से आपकी पहली प्राथमिकता है। लेकिन क्या आपको लगता है कि इतना आसान है सफलता मिलना? नहीं, इसे प्राप्त करना बहुत मुश्किल है, सफलता प्राप्त करने के लिए बहुत सारे कारक हैं जैसे कि प्रयास, कड़ी मेहनत, इच्छाशक्ति, और सबसे महत्वपूर्ण किस्मत। अगर किसी की बुरी किस्मत है तो वह चाहे कितनी भी मेहनत कर ले, उसे केवल असफलता ही मिलती है। लेकिन ज्योतिष शास्त्र के उपयोग से व्यक्ति अपने भाग्य को आसानी से बढ़ा सकता है और व्यवसाय में बहुत लाभ कमा सकता है।

शनि त्रयोदशी पर कोकिलावन शनि धाम में कराएं शनि देव का पूजन

व्यवसाय वृद्धि हेतु करें यह उपाय :

प्रत्येक शनिवार को 1 नींबू को 7 हरी मिर्च कार्यालय के मुख्य द्वार पर कोयले के साथ लटकाएं।

प्रत्येक अमावस्या पर अपने व्यापार स्थल पर राय की धूनी दें।
रविवार को कार्यस्थल पर एक मुट्ठी काली मिर्च और काले चने बिखेर दें।

एक पीपल का पत्ता लें और इसे अगरबत्ती के साथ पूजा करें और इसे नीचे रखें जहां आप बैठते हैं, इसे लगातार 7 शनिवार करें। जब 7 पत्तें एकत्रित हो जाते हैं तो इसे किसी भी नदी में प्रवाहित कर दें।

11 अभिमंत्रित गोमती चक्र लें और उन्हें लाल कपड़े में ऐसे स्थान पर रखें जहाँ आप अपने कार्यालय में धन रखते हों।
आपको अपने व्यापार स्थल पर वास्तु दोष निवारण पूजा करवाने से भी बहुत लाभ मिलेगा।

Saturn’s Rare 2020 Retrograde calls for Intense Socio Political Changes

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohininandan das

Up to 29 September 2020, persons of these five zodiac signs should be careful, Saturn will not be in your favour. Your personal horoscope reading will indicate where you are currently placed. Hereunder you will find simple remedial measures that can be taken to soften the ill effects of Shani Dev.

Saturn goes retrograde every year for about 140 days, which is more than a third of the time. So, Saturn retrogrades are the most common of all the visible planets. Since it is always farther from the sun than Earth, Saturn is classified as a “superior” planet. Like all planets, Saturn is closest to Earth in the middle of its retrograde—but it never really gets all that close to Earth compared to the other visible planets. This makes Saturn retrogrades less intense overall, such that we may sometimes forget Saturn is retrograde. Although Saturn’s distance to Earth is never remotely close to 1 astronomical unit (distance from Earth to the sun), the problems of being overly subjective or “too close” to issues and signification ruled by the ringed planet are still there. Saturn rules over things such as boundaries, structure, authority, discipline and long-term planning.

Shani has special significance in astrology. While studying the horoscope of any person one should always check where Saturn is positioned and be very careful. According to astrology, as much as Shani Dev causes problems he also does a lot of good depending upon his placement. When Saturn is weak in the horoscope of any person, many kinds of troubles start. Apart from this, whenever Saturn is visible, then it has both auspicious and inauspicious effects on all the 12 zodiac signs. Presently Saturn is in Capricorn, where he is in retrograde till September 29, Saturn will remain in retrograde. Many zodiac signs are being affected by the retrograde movement of Saturn. Especially on the under mentioned zodiac signs, Saturn’s Satisati or Dhaiyya is going on.

During retrograde motion, Saturn strays farther from the ecliptic plane than Jupiter (though less far than any of the other planets). This means that during Saturn retrograde, we may at some point feel somehow out of touch or out of step with “normal”—and it will be around serious issues that carry weight, like rules and deadlines. Saturn has a lot to do with social expectations, and in Freudian terms, it would definitely be associated with the moralistic side of the psyche known as the Superego (versus the hedonistic urges of the Id, associated with Venus and Mars). So issues of cultural and social expectations overriding individual needs and desires can definitely come up during Saturn retrogrades.

SATURN RETROGRADE IN
AQUARIUS AND CAPRICORN MEANING

The only aspect repeated for Saturn this year is a series of three squares to Mars. The first square occurs August 24 with Mars direct and Saturn retrograde, and the second occurs a month later on September 29 with Mars retrograde and Saturn having just stationed direct. Stationary planets are often very powerful, and Saturn takes the cake when it comes to digging in heels. With Mars being
retrograde and also very bright and powerful, the square of September 29 could easily be one of the most volatile aspects of the year—as an irresistible force meets a quite literally immovable object. Hopefully, we learned during Saturn’s retrograde where there are outdated rules, limits, or boundaries, and with this info we can throw Mars a bone by being willing to discard some of the Saturn restrictions that are clearly not working. By the final square on January 13 of 2021, Mars has moved to Taurus and Saturn is in Aquarius with both planets direct. If we were able to open up boundaries to allow some new energy expression around the second square, then this final square could be very productive with a lot of energy to get things moving forward.

SATURN RETROGRADE EFFECTS
Most intense for Aquarius and Capricorn
Saturn is the ruler of both Capricorn and Aquarius, and when the ruler is retrograde, it will feel as if you are out of step with “normal” somehow. But since Saturn is in its home signs, this will perhaps be less internalize—at least at first. You may notice being out of step with “normal,” but rather than feeling ashamed or self-conscious and falling into line with expectations, you may be more inclined to realize your authenticity as valid, hold to your inner state as true, and feel that it’s actually the definition of “normal” which needs updating. This, of course, is much harder to accomplish.

Most challenging for Aries, Scorpio, and Capricorn
The squares from Mars to Saturn will affect these signs most personally. Your tendency to fight battles for personal reasons makes you vulnerable to poor strategy. If you can de-center the conflict, see it from a more objective view, and select the best strategy, then you are more likely to find the win-win options that are not only more available, but also better for everyone in the long term.

Ways to avoid Saturn’s evil shadow

In addition to Saturn’s half-century and dhaiya, Saturn cast its ominous shadow on such persons who always harass the poor and helpless, cause problems to others and speak with evil intentions to suppress and hurt your subordinates to seek name or fame. Those that take a humble mood, remain good and kind to others even in difficult circumstances will gain the favour of Shani Dev.

Solutions

-Check your horoscope and determine where Saturn is sitting. If you do not have a horoscope do email us your name, date, place and time of birth and we will be pleased to assist you in this regards.

– To please Shani, offer mustard oil and black sesame every Saturday to the worship of Shani Dev. Light a clay lamp outside with the use of mustard oil and black sesame seeds. Chant the maha mantra will love and devotion on a daily basis.

-Apart from this, offering water to the Peepal tree on every Saturday also reduces Saturn’s wrath.

– By reciting Hanuman Chalisa for 41 days and continuously chanting the mantras of Shani, the effect of Shani is reduced. Om Shum Shanishcharaya Namah. In addition chant the maha mantra with love and devotion.

– Feeding and offering a blanket to the poor.

– Shani Dev is also pleased when one feeds bread to a cow. Doing this on a regular basis keeps away the ill effects of Shani Dev as this pleases him greatly.

सोसाइटी पॉलिटिकल चेंजेस के लिए
ज्योतिषाचार्य शास्त्री पंडित रोशन सिंह – रोहिनंदन दास

29 सितंबर 2020 तक, इन पांच राशियों के व्यक्ति सावधान रहें, शनि आपके पक्ष में नहीं रहेगा। आपकी व्यक्तिगत कुंडली पढ़ने से संकेत मिलेगा कि आपको वर्तमान में कहां रखा गया है।

शनि हर साल लगभग 140 दिनों के लिए प्रतिगामी हो जाता है, जो एक तिहाई समय से अधिक है। इसलिए, शनि प्रतिगामी सभी दृश्य ग्रहों में सबसे आम हैं। चूंकि यह हमेशा पृथ्वी की तुलना में सूर्य से दूर है, इसलिए शनि को “श्रेष्ठ” ग्रह के रूप में वर्गीकृत किया गया है। सभी ग्रहों की तरह, शनि अपने प्रतिगामी के बीच में पृथ्वी के सबसे करीब है – लेकिन यह वास्तव में कभी नहीं मिलता है जो अन्य दृश्यमान ग्रहों की तुलना में पृथ्वी के करीब है। यह शनि प्रतिगामी को समग्र रूप से कम तीव्र बनाता है, जैसे कि हम कभी-कभी भूल सकते हैं कि शनि प्रतिगामी है। यद्यपि शनि की पृथ्वी से दूरी कभी भी 1 खगोलीय इकाई (पृथ्वी से सूर्य की दूरी) के करीब नहीं है, फिर भी व्यक्तिपरक या “बहुत करीब” होने वाली समस्याओं और रिंगेड ग्रह द्वारा शासित संकेत और हस्ताक्षर के लिए समस्याएं अभी भी हैं। सीमा, संरचना, प्राधिकरण, अनुशासन और दीर्घकालिक योजना जैसी चीजों पर शनि का नियम है।

ज्योतिष शास्त्र में शनि का विशेष महत्व है। किसी भी व्यक्ति की कुंडली का अध्ययन करते समय हमेशा यह देखना चाहिए कि शनि कहां स्थित है और बहुत सावधान रहें। ज्योतिष के अनुसार, के रूप में शनि देव जितनी भी समस्याएँ पैदा करते हैं, वह उनके प्लेसमेंट के आधार पर बहुत अच्छी होती है। जब किसी भी व्यक्ति की कुंडली में शनि कमजोर होता है तो कई तरह की परेशानियां शुरू हो जाती हैं। इसके अलावा, जब भी शनि दिखाई देता है, तो सभी 12 राशियों पर इसका शुभ और अशुभ दोनों प्रभाव पड़ता है। वर्तमान में शनि मकर राशि में है, जहां वह 29 सितंबर तक वक्री है, शनि वक्री रहेगा। शनि के प्रतिगामी चाल से कई राशियाँ प्रभावित हो रही हैं। खासतौर पर बताए गए राशियों पर शनि की साढ़ेसाती या ढैय्या चल रही है।

प्रतिगामी गति के दौरान, शनि बृहस्पति की तुलना में अण्डाकार विमान से आगे बढ़ता है (हालांकि अन्य ग्रहों की तुलना में कम)। इसका मतलब यह है कि शनि प्रतिगामी के दौरान, हम किसी बिंदु पर किसी तरह “सामान्य” स्पर्श से बाहर या कदम से बाहर महसूस कर सकते हैं – और यह गंभीर मुद्दों के आसपास होगा जो वजन उठाते हैं, जैसे नियम और समय सीमा। शनि का सामाजिक अपेक्षाओं के साथ बहुत कुछ है, और फ्रायडियन शब्दों में, यह निश्चित रूप से मानस के नैतिक पक्ष से जुड़ा होगा जिसे सुपररेगो (ईद के हेदोनिस्टिक आग्रह, शुक्र और मंगल के साथ जुड़ा हुआ) के रूप में जाना जाता है। इसलिए व्यक्तिगत जरूरतों और इच्छाओं पर हावी सांस्कृतिक और सामाजिक उम्मीदों के मुद्दे निश्चित रूप से शनि प्रतिगामी के दौरान सामने आ सकते हैं।

SATURN RETROGRADE IN
AQUARIUS और CAPRICORN MEANING
इस वर्ष शनि के लिए दोहराया गया एकमात्र पहलू है मंगल की तीन चौकों की श्रृंखला। पहला वर्ग 24 अगस्त को मंगल प्रत्यक्ष और शनि प्रतिगामी के साथ होता है, और दूसरा एक महीने बाद 29 सितंबर को मंगल के प्रतिगमन और शनि के साथ होता है। स्थिर ग्रह अक्सर बहुत शक्तिशाली होते हैं, और जब यह एड़ी में खुदाई करने की बात आती है, तो शनि केक लेता है। मंगल के साथ
प्रतिगामी और बहुत उज्ज्वल और शक्तिशाली, 29 सितंबर का वर्ग आसानी से वर्ष के सबसे अस्थिर पहलुओं में से एक हो सकता है – जैसा कि एक अप्रतिरोध्य बल काफी शाब्दिक रूप से अचल वस्तु से मिलता है। उम्मीद है, हमने शनि के प्रतिगमन के दौरान सीखा है जहां पुराने नियम, सीमाएं या सीमाएं हैं, और इस जानकारी के साथ हम कुछ शनि प्रतिबंधों को छोड़ने के लिए तैयार होने के लिए मंगल को एक हड्डी फेंक सकते हैं जो स्पष्ट रूप से काम नहीं कर रहे हैं। 2021 के 13 जनवरी को अंतिम वर्ग में, मंगल वृषभ में चला गया है और शनि दोनों ग्रहों के साथ कुंभ राशि में है। यदि हम दूसरे वर्ग के आसपास कुछ नई ऊर्जा अभिव्यक्ति की अनुमति देने के लिए सीमाओं को खोलने में सक्षम थे, तो चीजों को आगे बढ़ाने के लिए यह अंतिम वर्ग बहुत अधिक ऊर्जा के साथ उत्पादक हो सकता है।

SATURN RETROGRADE EFFECTS
कुंभ और मकर राशि के लिए सबसे तीव्र
शनि मकर और कुंभ दोनों का शासक है, और जब शासक प्रतिगामी होता है, तो ऐसा महसूस होगा कि आप किसी तरह “सामान्य” कदम से बाहर हैं। लेकिन चूँकि शनि अपने गृह चिन्हों में है, इसलिए यह संभवतया कम आंतरिक होगा – पर कम से कम पहले। आप “सामान्य” कदम से बाहर होने की सूचना दे सकते हैं, लेकिन शर्म या आत्म-चेतना महसूस करने और अपेक्षाओं के अनुरूप गिरने के बजाय, आप अपनी प्रामाणिकता को वैध रूप में महसूस करने के लिए इच्छुक हो सकते हैं, अपनी आंतरिक स्थिति को सच मान सकते हैं, और महसूस कर सकते हैं यह वास्तव में “सामान्य” की परिभाषा है जिसे अद्यतन करने की आवश्यकता है। यह, निश्चित रूप से, पूरा करने के लिए बहुत कठिन है।

सबसे अधिक मेष, वृश्चिक और मकर के लिए चुनौतीपूर्ण
मंगल से शनि तक के वर्ग इन संकेतों को व्यक्तिगत रूप से प्रभावित करेंगे। व्यक्तिगत कारणों से लड़ाई लड़ने की आपकी प्रवृत्ति आपको खराब रणनीति के प्रति संवेदनशील बनाती है। यदि आप संघर्ष को डी-सेंटर कर सकते हैं, इसे अधिक उद्देश्य से देख सकते हैं, और सबसे अच्छी रणनीति का चयन कर सकते हैं, तो आप जीत-जीत के विकल्प खोजने की अधिक संभावना रखते हैं जो न केवल अधिक उपलब्ध हैं, बल्कि लंबे समय में सभी के लिए बेहतर हैं अवधि।

शनि की बुरी छाया से बचने के उपाय

शनि की साढ़े साती और ढैया के अलावा, शनि ऐसे व्यक्तियों पर अपनी अशुभ छाया डालते हैं जो हमेशा गरीबों और असहायों को परेशान करते हैं, दूसरों को परेशान करते हैं और अपने अधीनस्थों को दबाने या प्रसिद्धि पाने के लिए बुरे इरादों के साथ बोलते हैं।

समाधान

-अपनी कुंडली का निर्धारण करें और निर्धारित करें कि शनि कहां बैठा है।

– शनिदेव को प्रसन्न करने के लिए हर शनिवार को शनि देव की पूजा में सरसों का तेल और काले तिल चढ़ाएं। सरसों के तेल और काले तिलों के प्रयोग से मिट्टी के दीपक को बाहर जलाएं।

-इसमें से, प्रसाद हर शनिवार को पीपल के पेड़ को जल देने से भी शनि का प्रकोप कम होता है।

– 41 दिनों तक हनुमान चालीसा का पाठ करने और शनि के मंत्रों का लगातार जाप करने से शनि का प्रभाव कम होता है। ओम शं शनैश्चराय नमः।

– गरीबों को कंबल खिलाना और भेंट करना।

– काली गाय को रोटी खिलाने से भी शनिदेव प्रसन्न होते हैं।

How to deal with the Nine planets that control our Life

The nine planets that control our karma

Jyotishacharya Shastri Pundit Roshan Singh – Rohinandan Das email : punditroshan@telkomsa.net Contact : 0716300834

Planets and constellations have great importance in life. If the favorable direction of the planets in the horoscope can provide you happiness and prosperity, then due to the weak position of the planets they cause problems in life as well. Planets have an effect on every area of ​​our life. It is not a question if one believes in this or not, it is a science that has stood the test of time for millions of years.

In astrology, there are nine planets including Rahu and Ketu. If any of these nine planets is causing some harm to you, or its position is not favorable, then there is no need to be worried. By chanting the nine mantras you can strengthen them. It is more effective if you know which planet is not favourable towards you. This can be determined from your horoscope reading. The Maha Dasha and Bhukti combination will indicate the exact cause of the happenings at any given time in your life as the planets control our destiny and the happenings in the life of everyone.

Sun
The Sun is considered the king of the planets. Due to the weakening of this planet in the horoscope, the person has loss of respect, along with heart disease, and diseases related to bones. Chanting this Mantra daily in the morning or afternoon to calm the sun will benefit you. You can chant the mantra on a Rudraksha or red sandalwood japa mala.

“Om Adityaaya Namah”

Moon
Moon is a factor of mind. The versatility of the mind depends on the lunar position. If the position of the Moon is not strong, there is a possibility of mental illnesses, respiratory problems, and blood related problems. To strengthen the moon, chant this mantra with beads of a conch shell or pearl at night.

“Om Som Somaya Namah”

Mars
It is said that Mars is considered to be the commander and due to its weakening, there are obstacles in peace and progress in life. It is necessary to be strong to be successful. To strengthen it, chant this mantra in the morning or afternoon with a mala of coral or sandalwood.

“Om Angarakaya Namah”

Mercury
Planet Mercury gives fruits according to the yog of other planets. The art of eloquence in a person comes from the planet Mercury. Due to its weakness, there may be problems related to nose, throat and speech. If you are suffering from the problem of the planet Mercury, then chant this mantra in the morning on a Rudraksha japa mala.

“Om bum budhaya namah”

Jupiter
Jupiter is considered to be both the master and the minister of the planets, due to its weakness, obesity, stomach problem and ego manifests in a person. Weakness hinders marriage. Due to the weakening of this planet, the person is afraid of moving forward in life. Chanting this mantra in the morning on a Rudraksha or turmeric makes Jupiter or Guru strong.

“Om Brim Brihaspataye Namah”

Venus
Venus is considered a symbol of love, wealth, opulence and material pleasures. If these planets are weak then one has to renounce all these pleasures. This mantra should be chanted to strengthen Venus. Chanting this mantra should be done in the morning or night with a crystal japa mala or white sandalwood.

“Om Shum Shukraaya Namah”

Saturn
Saturn is the planet of justice, it gives fruits according to deeds but people consider it a cruel planet. When he is badly placed in one’s life one has to suffer a lot, so generally people are very scared of this planet. Therefore, it is very important to be compatible with Saturn. One should do good deeds to avoid the problem of Shani. But if your Saturn is afflicting you then you can please Shani by chanting this mantra. Chant this mantra after the sun sets in the evening on a rudraksha japa mala.

“Om Shum Shanishcharaya Namah”

Rahu Ketu
Rahu and Ketu are considered as very harmful planets. In astrology, they are considered as shadow planets. Due to their deterioration, you also suffer financial stress along with mental stress. Misunderstandings occur in relationships, which spoil your relationship. Due to their deterioration, you may have problems like vehicle accident, loss of respect, enemy hindrance and legal problems.

To soften the ill effects of Rahu, chant this mantra on a Rudraksha mala at night.

“Om Rum Rahave Namah”

To remove the ill effects of Ketu, also chant the following mantra on Rudraksha at night.

“Om Kem Ketave Namah”

नौ मंत्रों के जाप से शांत होंगे नौ ग्रह, सारी परेशानियां हो जाएंगी दूर

ज्योतिषाचार्य शास्त्री पंडित रोशन सिंह – रोहिनंदन दास

ग्रह और नक्षत्रों का जीवन में बहुत महत्व होता है। कुंडली में ग्रहों की अनुकूल दिशा जहां आपको खुशियां और सुख-समृद्धि प्रदान कर सकती है, तो वहीं ग्रहों की कमजोर स्थिति होने से जीवन में परेशानियां बनी रहती है। ग्रहों का प्रभाव हमारे जीवन के हर क्षेत्र पर पड़ता है।

ज्योतिष में राहु-केतु को मिलाकर कुल नौ ग्रह बताए गए हैं। अगर इन नौ ग्रहों में से कोई ग्रह आपको पीड़ा दे रहा है, या उसकी स्थिति अनुकूल नहीं है, तो परेशान होने की आवश्यकता नहीं है, नौ मंत्रों के जाप से आप उन्हें मजबूत कर सकते हैं।

सूर्य ग्रह

सूर्य को ग्रहों का राजा माना गया है। कुंडली में इस ग्रह के कमजोर होने से व्यक्ति के मान-सम्मान की हानि होती है, साथ ही उसे ह्रदय रोग,और हड्डियों से संबंधित रोग हो जाते हैं। सूर्य को शांत करने के लिए इस मंत्र का रोज प्रातः काल या दोपहर के समय एक माला जाप करने से लाभ मिलेगा। मंत्र का जाप रुद्राक्ष या लाल चन्दन की माला से कर सकते हैं।

“ॐ आदित्याय नमः”

चंद्रमा ग्रह
चंद्रमा मन का कारक होता है। मन की चंचलता चंद्र की स्थिति पर निर्भर करती है। चंद्रमा की स्थिति मजबूत न होने पर मानसिक रोग होने की संभावना रहती है सांस से जुड़ी तकलीफे, और रक्त संबंधी परेशानियां हो सकती हैं। चंद्रमा को मजबूत करने के लिए इस मंत्र का जाप मोती या शंख की माला से रात्रि के समय करें।

“ॐ सों सोमाय नमः”

मंगल ग्रह
कहते हैं कि मंगल के मंगल होने से सब मंगल ही मंगल होता है, इस ग्रह को ग्रहों का सेनापति माना गया है। इसके कमजोर होने से जीवन में शांति और तरक्की में अड़चने आती हैं। सफलता पाने के लिए इसका मजबूत होना आवश्यक है। इसे मजबूत करने के लिए मूंगे या चंदन की माला से इस मंत्र का जाप सुबह या दोपहर के समय करें।

“ॐ अं अंगारकाय नमः”

बुध ग्रह
बुध ग्रह दूसरे ग्रहों के योग के अनुसार फल प्रदान करता है। व्यक्ति में वाकपटुता की कला बुध ग्रह से आती है। इसके कमजोर होने से नाक, गले ऐर वाणी से जुड़ी समस्या हो सकती हैं। अगर आप बुध ग्रह की समस्या से पीड़ित हैं तो इस मंत्र का जाप रुद्राक्ष की माला से सुबह के समय करें।

“ॐ बुं बुधाय नमः

बृहस्पति ग्रह

बृहस्पति ग्रह को ग्रहों का गुरु और मंत्री दोनों ही माना गया हैं इसके कमजोर होने से मोटापा, पेट से जुड़ी समस्या और व्यक्ति में अहंकार की भावना लाता है। इसके कमजोर होने से शादी में बाधा आती है। इस ग्रह के कमजोर होने से व्यक्ति के अधर्म के रास्ते पर जाने का डर रहता है। रुद्राक्ष या हल्दी की माला से सुबह के समय इस मंत्र का जाप करने से गुरु मजबूत होता है।

“ॐ बृं बृहस्पतये नमः”

शुक्र ग्रह

शुक्र ग्रह को प्रेम,धन, ऐश्वर्य और भौतिक सुखों की प्रतीक माना गया है। अगर यह ग्रहो कमजोर हो तो व्यक्ति को इन सभी सुखो का त्याग करना पड़ता है। शुक्र को मजबूत करने के लिए इस मंत्र का जाप करना चाहिए। इस मंत्र का जाप सुबह या रात के समय स्फटिक या सफेद चंदन की माला से करना चाहिए।

“ॐ शुं शुक्राय नमः”

शनि ग्रह
शनि न्याय का ग्रह है यह कर्मों के अनुसार फल प्रदान करता है लेकिन लोग इसे क्रूर ग्रह मानते हैं। शनि ग्रह के खराब होने से व्यक्ति को जीवन में बहुत ज्यादा कष्ट उठाने पड़ते हैं इसलिअ लोग इस ग्रह से भयभीत हो जाते हैं। इसलिए शनि ग्रह का अनुकूल होना बहुत आवश्यक है। शनि की समस्या से बचने के लिए व्यक्ति को अच्छे कर्म करने चाहिए। लेकिन अगर आपका शनि ग्रह आपको पीड़ित कर रहा है तो आप इस मंत्र का जाप करके शनि को प्रसन्न कर सकते हैं। इस मंत्र का जाप सांय काल में सूर्य डूबने के बाद करें। जाप रुद्राक्ष की माला से करें।

“ॐ शं शनैश्चराय नमः”

राहु-केतु

राहु-केतु को पापक ग्रह माना जाता हैं ज्योतिष में इन्हें छाया ग्रह माना गया है इनके खराब होने से मानसिक तनाव के साथ आपको आर्थिक नुकसान भी उठाना पड़ता है। रिश्तों मे गलतफहमियां आ जाती हैं जिससे आपके संबंध खराब होते हैं। इनके खराब होने से आपको वाहन दुर्घटना, मान-सम्मान में हानि, शत्रु बाधा जैसी समस्याएं हो सकती हैं। इन ग्रहों के कुप्रभाव से बचने के लिए कुष्ठ रोगियों की मदद करनी चाहिए। रोज स्नान करने के साथ रोजाना सुबह खाली पेट तुलसी के पत्तों का सेवन करना चाहिए। जूते-चप्पलों को हमेशा साफ रखना चाहिए और सही जगह पर ही रखें। सप्ताह में एक बार मंदिर जरुर जाएं।

राहु को शांत करने के लिए इस मत्रं का जाप रुद्राक्ष की माला से रात के समय करें।

“ॐ रां राहवे नमः”

केतु को शांत करने के लिए इस मंत्र का जाप भी रुद्राक्ष की माला से रात्रि में करें।

“ॐ कें केतवे नमः”