Vedic astrology is an ancient and divine science of India, formulated by highly advanced rishis, who were in sync with the Supreme consciousness. Dating to the vedic period, it is the science of astronomy and astrology mentioned in the Upanishads. The most popularly followed astrological classics today are the ones written by Rishis like Parashara, Varahamihira, Garga and Jaimini. Indian astrology has four major constituents - signs, houses, planets and planetary periods. Using powers of divine intuition, rishis have created a highly precise, advanced and multi-dimensional system of predictions, that science is beginning to validate slowly. The birth horoscope created is used as a tool to select the right date and time for life’s important milestones and auspicious poojas. It is also used as a guide to study the destiny of an individual and how they can work with the roadmap of their destiny.
Vedic astrology is a tool for making accurate predictions about all the important aspects of one’s life, based on the positioning of the zodiac during one’s exact birth time.
Vedic astrology is considered as the best form of astrology
Requires minimal input – Predictions by date of birth, time and place of birth.
Provides a blueprint of life – The horoscope is a blueprint of the karma or actions that we are likely to take in this lifetime as well as positive and negative phases that will arise based on the karma of previous lives.
Gives awareness of the future: The horoscope reading helps us to take appropriate and intelligent action by identifying the weak or strong areas of our life and possible future events. Astrologers can recommend the best course of action and remedies for strength and success.
Using one’s birth date, time and place of birth, the astrologer can infer the position of the planets at the time of birth, and draw a chart called Janma kundali or natal chart. The major constituents analyzed are one’s signs, houses, planets and planetary periods.
This chart is divided into 12 sections or 12 houses. Each house stands for specific facets of life like personality, career, health, marriage, wealth etc.
One’s rising sign, sun and moon sign, position of all 9 planets and more are co-related for predictions.
The major operational period of a particular planet and the balance period yet to be operational are analyzed with timelines. These are called dashas.
Study of this chart and its many combinations, gives insights into one’s life, reasons for present problems, and trends of the future.
Western astrology is only partially correct and far less comprehensive when compared to Vedic astrology.
Western astrology applies the “Tropical zodiac”. It “assumes” many things about the position of the sun, which in reality are changing by degrees every year. Calculations thus prove inaccurate.
Vedic astrology studies the same position of the planets as used by astronomers against the background of certain fixed stars. It is called the “sidereal zodiac”.
Western astrology does not make use of the fixed stars or nakshatras whereas Vedic astrology considers 27 lunar constellations or nakshatras.
Western astrology does not use any planetary time periods in calculations. Vedic astrology makes use of planetary periods, called dashas to give timeline predictions.
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