Blame It On Kalyug!

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Every time you switch on the news channel, you can see clippings of a theft or a murder that took place somewhere in the world. You might even end up seeing some riots or the news about a girl who fell victim to the atrocities of some sick minded people of our society. What’s your first reaction like? “What can we do? It’s kalyug!”, you’d probably say. Really? You might even add how good it would be to have lived during the satyayug when people lived together in peace and harmony and cared for each other. Let me ask you one thing. Is it fair to blame the time or the age we are living in for the innumerous crimes that take place every day in our society? For us to understand this, we first need to realize what we mean by a yug or an era.

According to the ancient texts and scriptures, Yuga in Hindu philosophy is the name of an epoch or era within a four age cycle. The cycles are said to repeat like the seasons. Each yug involves stages or gradual changes which the earth and the consciousness of mankind goes through as a whole. The cycle starts from the satyayug and goes on till kalyug until starting all over again.

It’s believed that the satyayug also known as the “Era of truth” was a time when mankind was governed by gods. During this age, there was no divide between the rich and the poor as there was no need to work. This is because all that people required was obtained by the power of will. The chief virtue of this era was the abandonment of all worldly desires. As a result there was no hatred or sorrow. The people would follow all the rules and regulations sincerely and conduct their dealings in a just and honest manner. Hence this was known as the “Golden Age”.

As of now, we are believed to be living in kalyug or the age of the vice. This is the last of the four ages described in the Hindu scriptures. Lord Krishna foretold that Kali Yuga will be full of extreme hardships for people with ideals and values. Isn’t it true to our world? We realize that the more a person tries to stay close to his ideals the more miserable the life he has to live whereas people who lie and cheat lead a comfortable life, enjoying all the materialistic pleasures the world has to offer.


Hindus believe that human civilization degenerates spiritually during the Kali Yuga, which is referred to as the Dark Age because in it people are as far away as possible from God. It seems true looking at number of crimes in the society and the sorry state of the society in general. The Mahabharata prophesized some events in the kalyug which bear striking resemblances in today’s world. It said that in the kalyug, rulers will become unreasonable and will no longer protect their subjects becoming a danger to the world. They will no longer see it as their duty to promote spirituality. Moreover, lies, greed and wrath will become common. Humans will openly display animosity towards each other. Sins will increase exponentially, whilst virtue will fade and cease to flourish. People will take vows and break them soon after. Gurus will no longer be respected and their teachings will be insulted.

Sounds familiar? This is exactly what’s happening in our world. I don’t know if you believe in the concept of yugs or not. I don’t know if you believe in spiruality or not. But I do know one thing. You cannot and should not blame the time for the poor state of our society. If you want to see a change in our society make it happen. If you say that it’s not possible for a single person to make a change, its true. But as is evident, every achievement that seems big today began with the dream of a single man. Do your bit and see how it sets off a domino effect. Let’s do our bit to make this world a better place to live in. Your tiny contribution counts too!

Contribution By Mihir Ajgaonkar

Rudraksha – A Super Seed

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A man wearing fourteen mukhi Rudraksha becomes highly auspicious, like Lord Shiva. Anyone who wears even one Rudraksha seed is always admired like saintly men and deities and can even attain liberation”.


Origin and Significance

Considered a part of Lord Shiva, Rudraksha is a natural seed of the blue fruit of the evergreen tree Elaeocarpus ganitrus, also simply known as the Rudraksha tree. It has its origin in the Sanskrit words, ‘Rudra’ and ‘Aksha’. ‘Rudra’ is another name for Lord Shiva, and ‘aksha’ means teardrop.

Mythological tales have it that the Rudraksha plant was born out of Lord Shiva’s tear drops. The unique properties and divine powers of Rudraksha have been described in the authentic shastras like the Rudraksha Jabala Upanishad, Padma Purana, Shiva Purana, Devi Purana and Bhagavat Purana. For thousands of years, they have adorned the bodies of sages and saints leading a fearless life in far-flung frontiers seeking enlightenment and liberation.
The wearer of Rudraksha not only makes Lord Shiva happy but also pleases Lord Vishnu, Brahma, Ganesha, Indra, Durga and the ruling deities of the nine planets. Especially during worshiping Lord Shiva, Devotees should wear Rudraksha beads as it is much dear to him. These “holy beads” give peace, power and protection. Traditionally, Rudraksha are worn as necklaces, bracelets, and pendants and used for meditation.
Rudraksha has the power to influence, evolve and protect your life on the deepest level- The Soul.

They amend the karma of the wearer, leading a person naturally to the correct path of truth and purpose, making the pace along the path quicker and progress easier.

“The desire for wearing Rudraksha is the result of attaining the perfection of knowledge and Blessings of God during previous births.”

Rudraksha – Its benefits and working

How will Rudraksha benefit you?

• Effective in controlling stress, thus help in eradicates worries and blesses the wearer with greater peace of mind.
• Brings clarity, sharpen the mind, and increase the power of intuition.
• Build powerful shield circles from negativity and eliminate obstacles along the path to your success.
• Charge the soul with shakti (spiritual power), increasing the soul’s own radiance and its ability to more fully express its divine power & wisdom in the material world.
• Create an intimate connection with the positive forces in nature and the universe, help to heal the vital energies and bring them into pleasant balance.
• Widely used in Ayurveda to cure several diseases.

• Combat the effects of stress (including hypertension, depression, and high blood pressure without the harmful and often addictive side-effects of tranquilizers, anti-depressants, and beta-blockers)
• Improve concentration, enhance relaxation and exhibit anti-ageing properties.

How do the Rudraksha beads work?

The holy beads work on the different chakras of human body as well on different planets and invite blessings from God. They work best when worn on body, touching skin is not necessary but the method and time of wearing it is important.

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Char Dham Yatra

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With an annual footfall of more than half a million devotees every year, “Char Dham” is undoubtedly one of the most widely visited shrines in India. But before we delve into the popularity of these holy shrines, we first need to understand what Char Dham is all about. According to Hindu mythology, the term Char Dham was first coined by the prehistoric Hindu philosopher Shri Adi Shankaracharya.
Char Dham literally means “four abodes”. These abodes are believed to be homes of the Hindu gods and are considered to be the holiest places of pilgrimage. It consists of four historic temples which are spread across 4 different regions of India, truly encapsulating the message of national unity. These are namely- Badrinath in the north, Puri in the east, Dwarka in the west and Rameshwaram in the south.



In the north lies Badrinath, a temple of Lord Vishnu, situated at a height of 10,400 feet above the sea-level in the Garhwal Mountains of Uttaranchal. It traces its origins to the word “Badri” which refers to a berry that was said to grow abundantly in the area, and “nath” which means the Lord. Legend has it that Shankara once discovered a black stone image of Lord Badrinarayan made of Saligram stone in the Alaknanda River. He originally enshrined it in a cave near the Tapt Kund hot springs. It was brought to its present day location by the king of Garhwal in the sixteenth century.


Puri, a small coastal town of Orissa, is situated on the shoreline of the Bay of Bengal. The resident deity at this dham is Shri Krishna, who is celebrated as Lord Jagannath. He is worshiped here along with his elder brother Balabhadra and his sister Subhadra. This temple was built by an Oriya king Chodagangadeva in the twelfth century but it is believed that it has been there since time immemorial. Legend has it that Vishwakarma himself carved the idols out of wood. When the time came to make the idols, he ordered for a special kind of wood and went into the temple. He closed the doors of the temple and thought that he would remain inside till the idols were ready. Till the time the idols were ready, no one was supposed to enter the temple. Unfortunately, moved by the impatience of his queen, the king had the doors opened before Vishwakarma came out. When they went in they found that the God had carved all the idols up to their elbows. He was about to put on the hands but before he could do so, he saw the king and left angrily, never to be seen again. So the unfinished idols had to be set in the temple as it is and worshiped. That is why Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra are handless.


In the west lies Dwarka, a holy shrine situated on the west coast of Gujarat. It was home to Shri Krishna after he left Mathura. The city lies in the westernmost part of India and dates back to 2,500 years. The story behind this temple is that one day, Durvasa Muni, who was known as a saint who could be easily angered, was invited by Lord Krishna and his wife, Rukmini, to dinner. When a person is invited to dinner, etiquette dictates that the host should not eat until the guest has been satisfied. On the way to dinner, Rukmini became thirsty and asked Krishna for help. Krishna then put his foot in the ground and the Ganges water flowed forth from the earth. As Rukmini was drinking the water, Durvasa turned and saw her drinking without his permission. He became angry and cursed her to live apart from Lord Krishna. That’s the reason why Krishna’s temple is in the town and hers is located outside the town.


Rameshwaram is a small town located in the Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. According to legends, the lingam was built on Rama’s return from Lanka. Ravana was a Brahmin and it was a sin to kill him even in war. Hence, Rama decided to atone for this sin at the place from where he began his battle march. As a result, Hanuman was dispatched to Varanasi to bring the image of the lingam from the Kashi temple there. However he was delayed and the auspicious moment was about to pass. Therefore, Sita built a lingam of sand and the prayers were conducted. This lingam is referred to as Ramalingam. When Hanuman returned with the lingam from Varanasi he was peeved to find that the prayers were completed. To placate him Sita also installed the Kashilingam and decreed that this lingam should be worshipped before the Ramalinga.

Over the years another Char Dham evolved in Garhwal Himalayas, where Adi Shankaracharya attained freedom from embodiment. It’s known as the “Char Dham of Uttarakhand”. Badrinath, one of the four sites in the original Char Dham, has become the central site of this Himalayan pilgrimage circuit called the Chota Char Dham. Located in the Garhwal region of the state of Uttarakhand, the circuit consists of four sites—Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath.

Char Dham Yatra has great significance in the lives of the Hindus. It is commonly believed that undertaking the Char Dham Yatra washes away all the sins and opens the doors for “Moksha” or salvation. It offers a sense of belonging and is believed to purify the mind and the body. Therefore it’s said that every Hindu, regardless of his age should embark upon this journey at least once in his lifetime.

Contributed By Mihir Ajgaonkar

The 12 Houses of Vedic Astrology

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Most people know there are 12 Signs of the Zodiac but not many are aware of the fact that there are also 12 other divisions of the horoscope- the 12 houses.
Most horoscope traditions of astrology systems divide the horoscope into a number (usually twelve) of houses whose positions depend on time and location rather than on date. If you have ever looked at your birth chart, then you already know that you have planets in some of the houses and you may also have some empty houses. The houses represent the fields of experience wherein the energies of the signs and planets operate. Rather than symbolizing just the outward experiences and environmental circumstances specified by most traditional astrology, the houses are also revealing of the inner state and of one’s personal subjective experience and attitudes. They indicate how a person functions, whether in his interactions with other people, his work or his love relationships etc.

The twelve houses in the horoscope signify different aspects of a person’s life.


The angular houses (1, 4, 7, 10) are associated with a self-activating quality and have an immediate impact on the structure of one’s life. The keyword for the angular houses is ACTION.

House 1 – House of the Self

This is the house of YOU and your character traits. It is also referred to as the Ascendant or “Lagna” in Sanskrit. It is who you are on a primordial level. It is who you are generally. When well aspected it can give fame, beauty, popularity, good health and the ability to make a good first impression. When afflicted, it can do the opposite.
The planet ruling the 1st house becomes a symbol for you in the chart. It is referred to as the “Ascendant Lord”. Its sign, house placement, and planets aspecting it, have a lot to do with your characteristics and the major karmas affecting you throughout life.

House 4 – House of the Home/Mother

The fourth house rules your home, family circle, and all matters concerning the domestic front. The 4th is an angular house so planets here will manifest physically and give power to the chart. It symbolizes among other things, the endings of life, or old age. It also symbolizes the inner life of a person.

The fourth house is the point in the sky directly below the earth or “out of sight” at the time of the native’s birth. Therefore, it symbolizes things that are literally below the native, i.e., real estate, one’s home, fixed assets. Also, any type of conveyances, such as cars, planes, boats, or bicycles. It is an angular house so signifies foundations of one’s life.

Representing the mother, the first person to contact the native and build a relationship with him, the 4th house symbolizes general happiness and well-being, upon which the native builds his general attitude to life.

It also rules academic degrees and afflictions can prevent such. Body parts ruled are chest and breasts.

House 7 – House of the Spouse

House 7 – The House of the Spouse

The 7th house is the house of desire. It is also an angular house corresponding to physical manifestation.

The 7th house, being an angular house, will give power to any planets posited within. Since planets positioned here will aspect the Ascendant, the person will draw from characteristics of that planet.

Ruling the wife/husband, look to the 7th house for clues as to the spouse’s character and appearance. As well as if the quality of the marriage and also divorce. While delineating these things, one must be careful to note the 5th house (love from spouse), the 2nd house (family life) for overall married life interpretation. Sexual passion is seen from this house.
The lord of the 7th house represents the wife, along with Venus, in a man’s chart. It will show the type of wife he will get and her general character. For a woman, along with the 7th house, Jupiter represents the husband.
7th house also denotes residence in foreign countries.

House 10 – House of the Career

The 10th house is the strongest angular house. Planets placed here gain tremendous strength and are highly significant for a person’s character and life, overpowering even the Ascendant. The 10th, being an angular house, any planets placed here will manifest in physical reality.
Look to this house for career success and fame. The 10th house is the mid heaven, or the point in the sky directly above the earth at one’s birth. Because of this, actions and phenomena associated with this house are highly visible.

The succedent houses (2, 5, 8, 11) are associated with individual desires and the areas of life we want to control and consolidate. The keyword for this type of house is SECURITY.

House 2 – House of Wealth

The 2nd House denotes the quality of family life, your income, personal financial affairs, expenses, the way you earn and spend your money. In delineating married life, it is important to note the condition of the 2nd House along with the 7th and the 5th. Body parts represented by this House are the face and teeth. Afflictions to the 2nd can cause dental problems or give facial scars. Since the 2nd rules speech, malefic in the 2nd will cause a person to be overly argumentative and want to constantly bicker. The 2nd rules writing ability and teaching. An overwhelmingly well-disposed 2nd House will create a famous writer. The quality of what a person eats and drinks can be seen here. Also, foul language and the tendency to lie is seen from this house.

House 5 – The House of Children

The 5th House rules things we think of as goodies, such as pleasure, entertainment, parties, amusement,holidays, artistic,creative, musical and cultural pursuits. This house also relates to love affairs, romance courtship, emotional experiences and your children.A person’s past life karma is seen from this House. If one does not believe in “past lives”, then you can say that a person’s inevitable life choices can be seen here. This manifests as unavoidable actions in the area of life where the 5th Lord is located. For example, if the 5th Lord is in the 3rd House, then the person has unavoidable karma linked to the arts and/or short distance travel (inner-city travel), sales, younger siblings, and/or manual dexterity. The 5th House Lord posited in the 4th House will bring inevitable Karma with one’s Mother, real estate, conveyances, and the inner life of the person.
The 5th House rules sports, speculation and gambling as well. It also rules intelligence. A well posited Mars in the 5th can create an athlete. Jupiter well fortified in the 5th can make someone brilliant or interested in religious techniques such as chanting mantras or pranayama.

House 8 – The House of Death

This is the traditional explanation of this House but can be misleading because the 8th is also a House of Life. The 8th House is considered when delineating a person’s longevity. The manner of death can be seen from this House. The 8th House rules the occult sciences, such as Astrology, Mediumship and Psychic practices. Occultism is literally “hidden knowledge”. Sometimes an active 8th House will put a person in touch with alternative realities, I have often seen them have contact with ghosts. This usually manifests when there is a malefic influence on the 8th.Chronic illnesses and accidents are seen from this house. An 8th House blessed by benefic planetary occupation or aspects will give the Native protection from serious injury. Venus in the 8th, in a man’s chart is problematic and usually indicates divorce. Because the 8th House is also a house of destruction, planets posited there can be seriously harmed as well as their significations.

House 11 – The House of Large Sums, Gains and Friends

The 11th House signifies gains from side ventures and large sums of money. When one enters a period of the 11th House Lord, or Jupiter or Saturn transit through the 11th House, that time is distinguished by financial gains or losses from other sources besides one’s daily job. It also signifies an increase or decrease in the social life.
The 11th House also rules the eldest sibling. Afflictions to such will give either a strained relationship with them or a hard life for the sibling.

The cadent houses (3, 6, 9, 12) are areas where there is input, exchange, and distribution of thoughts and observations. The keyword for these houses is LEARNING.

House 3 – The House of the Siblings

The 3rd House rules all forms of communication – mental and physical- such as mail, correspondence, newspapers etc. It also relates to the kind of mind you have, your mental interests, the performing arts, debates, thinking habits in general. The quality of the relationship or the quality of life for the siblings can be seen here. Short distance travel and inner-city travel are ruled by the 3rd House. The 3rd House rules salesmen, public relations, retail. It also rules arms, shoulders and hands. As a natural consequence, manual dexterity such as carpentry and mechanics is seen from this house. Curiosity and courage are attributes of a well-disposed 3rd House. A person who has affliction to the Third is fearful and often has more than one phobia.

House 6 – The House of Enemies

“Enemies” is a rather strong word to describe the 6th. Think of enemies as anyone who can benefit from a situation more than you can. Co-workers and people with whom you are taking a test can be thought of as “enemies” in this sense. People with a well-fortified 6th House usually make great test-takers. Benefics in the 6th House make a person very well liked so that they have no enemies. Malefic planets (Mars, the Sun, Saturn, Rahu & Ketu) are welcome in the 6th and give the person the power to defeat his or her enemies.
General health is ruled by the 6th, so benefics here will give excellent health but poor digestion. The 6th rules digestion and a malefic in the sixth (a house where malefics are welcomed) will give power to the digestive system.

House 9 – The House of Fortune

The 9th House is the most auspicious House of the 12 Houses. It provides good luck in life, higher knowledge, spirituality, and a spiritual teacher. Differing from the 5th House which is the House of Mantras and Spiritual Techniques, the 9th House provides the person with a spiritual teacher and the interest in and blessing of spirituality. The 9th House rules knowledge of the future which is considered higher knowledge.A healthy dose of Luck is seen from this House. If the 9th is afflicted, problems are not easily solved. Ruling foreigners and long-distance and foreign travel, if the 9th is afflicted, the Native has problems in these areas, such as losing luggage at the airport, problems with his/her passport, negative experiences in foreign countries, etc., etc. If the 9th is well disposed, the opposite is the case.

House 12 – The House of Enlightenment

The 12th house is the most secret, veiled, mysterious area of your horoscope. It rules private and confidential matters, hidden places or things, activities that are carried on behind the scenes or in seclusion. A horoscope in which the 12th House figures prominently, gives the native a disinterest in worldly pursuits and an interest in Enlightenment. Monks, nuns, yogis, sadhus and ascetics are ruled by the 12th House.
Captivity and seclusion are 12th House matters. Hospitals, jails and monasteries are 12th House places. When the native has severe 12th House detriment, the person is often in and out of jail.


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Our ancient puranas suggest 5 key solutions to solving problems – Tantra, Mantra, Mani Aushadhisnan and Ratna (Gems).

They describe the origins of gems and their strong relationship with the nine planets. Formed over eons, often at high pressure, the earth’s gemstones embody intense concentration of energy. Every gemstone has the power to draw energy or beams from respective planet and channelize into the wearer’s body.

Each stone has its own distinct feature and helps you control a different power. Where right hand is for the solar remedies, the left hand is for lunar energies. Proper channelization of these energies through the right gemstone helps one to attain a better control over his/her life. Suppose a particular planet is not strong in the horoscope, a person is suggested to wear the stone that represents that planet. E.g. Wear Yellow Sapphire to strengthen Jupiter.

You can either get this energy channelised by the means of your birth stone or Yog Karaka stone (suitable during the current planetary positions – Dasha, Mahadasha) that amplifies the benefits for you.

One should NOT wear any gems without consulting a gemstone consultant as it is not a fashion accessory.

Benefits of Gemstones:
* Remove obstacles in career and personal life caused by
faulty planetary placements in your horoscope
* Bring good fortune, reputation and unprecedented growth
* Control and cure diseases
* Enhance love, hope and optimism
* Strengthening married life
* Channelize your aura and attain happiness, peace, prosperity and success.consultation-01


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Rahu Mahadasha

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Rahu is the demon God and a mastermind.
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When one runs through the mahadasha of Rahu which is 18 year old time period, one can surely be lost in life and may not know which direction their life is headed. There is a fog in front of them where right things looks wrong and wrong things look right. This is why it’s very easy to get into drugs, alcohol, gambling and unnecessary worldly desires while losing one sense of dharam.

This dasha is good and bad according to the positions of planets. It’s always better to have Rahu alone in your horoscope during his activation of mahadasha. Anytime Rahu associates himself with other planets he takes away the energy of that planet and sucks it dry.

If Rahu is in its exaltation Rashi, then there will be good results during the Dasha, like great happiness from acquisition of wealth, agricultural products etc, acquisition of conveyances with the help of friends and Government, construction of a new house, birth of sons (children), religious inclinations, recognition from Government of foreign countries and gain of wealth, clothes etc. If Rahu be associated with, or receives a Drishti from benefices, be in a benefice Rashi and be in 3rd, 4th, 6th, 10th, 11th houses, there will be results like comforts by the beneficence of the Government, acquisition of wealth through a foreign Government, or sovereign and felicity at home.

If Rahu is in 5th, 8th or 12th house, there will be bad results like all kinds of troubles and distress, there will be loss of position, destruction of his residential house, mental agony, trouble to wife and children and misfortune of getting bad food.


Effects of Antar Dasha of RAHU in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: The mind may be misled and mental tension increases. Wife may be ailing and conflicts are possible. Loss of wealth, sorrow, ailments, poison and fear of poisonous being prevails, wicked people may cause agony.


GOOD EFFECTS: Effects like acquisition of a kingdom (attainment of a high position in government), enthusiasm, and cordial relations with the king (government), happiness from wife and children, and increase in property.

Effects of Antar Dasha of JUPITER in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: Loss of wealth, obstacles in work defamation, distress to wife and children, heart disease, entrust of governmental authority, etc. Loss of wealth, and distress to body. There will be danger of premature death.


GOOD EFFECTS: Interest in worshiping God and in superior shastras arise. One may undertake religious pilgrimages, seek the company of sages and perform pious, religious deeds. Fame may be attained in knowledge, friendship with officials, bliss of children and sufficient wealth may be attained.

Effects of Antar Dasha of SATURN in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: Imprudent acts may cause losses. There is a possibility of loss of position and incurring the anger of the state. • Quarrels with dear ones, unhappiness for friends and residing in far off lands is possible. One may suffer injury on some part of the body and there may be ailments due to gastric and blood infection.


GOOD EFFECTS: Auspicious functions like celebration of marriage, etc at home, construction of a garden, reservoir, etc., gain of wealth and cattle from well to do persons belonging to the Sudra class

Effects of Antar Dasha of MERCURY in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: There will be opprobrium (Ninda) of deities and Brahmins by the native, loss of fortune, speaking lies, unwise actions, fear from snakes, thieves, and the government, quarrels, distress to wife and children.


GOOD EFFECTS: Good health, intelligence and prudence increases. Love for brothers and friends increases and help is attained from friends. Worldly comforts are increased, wealth and progress in business is attained. Auspicious effects like Raj Yog, well being in the family, profits and gain of wealth in business, comforts of conveyances, marriage and other auspicious functions. Good results like Raj Yog, beneficence of the king, and gain of wealth and reputation, will be realized particularly on Wednesday in the month of Mercury. Sound health, Isht Siddhi, attending discourse on Puranas and ancient history, marriage, offering of oblations, charities, religious inclination, and sympathetic attitude towards others.

Effects of Antar Dasha of KETU in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: There is a possibility of state displeasure and loss of wealth and fame. Wife and son may suffer hardships, animals may die and one may be assaulted by many problems. There may be pain due to ailments caused by fever etc., fear of thieves, fire, weapons and poison and by conflicts. There will be distress to the body and mental tension. Effects like danger from thieves and snakes, distress from wounds, separation from parents, antagonistic relations with relatives, mental agony, etc. There will be distress to the body.


Effects of Antar Dasha of VENUS in the Maha Dasha of Rahu

BAD EFFECTS: Very little money may be earned in work and business in spite of immense struggle. Friends may cause agony and fear of opposition with the family prevails. Ailments related to urinary organs may occur.There will be diseases, quarrels, separation from one’s son or father, distress to relatives, disputes with co-partners, danger of death to oneself or to one’s employer, unhappiness to wife and children, pain in the stomach, etc.


GOOD EFFECTS: Attainment of a high position in government, great enjoyment and comforts, etc. Construction of a new house, happiness from wife and children, association with friends, giving of grains etc., in charity, gain of conveyances and clothes extraordinary profits in business.Enjoyments from perfumes, bed, music, etc., gain of a desired object, fulfillment of desires will be the results.

Effects of Antar Dasha of SUN in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: Fevers, dysentery, other diseases, quarrels, antagonism with the king (government), travels, danger from foes, thieves, fire.There will be danger of critical illness. There is a possibility of pain due to eye, heart and infections disease.


GOOD EFFECTS: Wealth and prosperity and interest in charity and religion increase. There will be good reputation and encouragement and assistance by government, journeys to foreign countries, fulfillment of ambitions, happiness to children.

Effects of Antar Dasha of MOON in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: Circumstances causing anxiety may arise. There may be a conflict with the dear ones, opposition with friends and increase in the number of enemies. Money may come in with difficulty.


GOOD EFFECTS : Gains of wealth, sound health, gains of garments and ornaments, happiness from children, comforts of conveyances, increase in house and landed property. Beneficence of the Goddess Lakshmi, all round success, increases in wealth and grains, good reputation, and worship of deities.

Effects of Antar Dasha of MARS in the Maha Dasha of Rahu.

BAD EFFECTS: Many upheavals and movements may arise. Physical pain, lack of enthusiasm and loss of memory are possible. Position may be lost and fear of king, thieves, fire and weapons prevail. Public opinion, residing in one’s native land, wife and son may be disturbed or harmed. Distress of wife, children, and co-borns, loss of position, antagonistic relations with children, wife , and other close relations, danger from thieves, wounds and pain in the body.


GOOD EFFECTS: Effects like the recovery of a lost kingdom (reinstatement in a high position in government) and recovery of lost wealth, property at home, and increase in agricultural production, gain of wealth, blessings by the household deity (Isht Dev) , happiness from children, enjoyment of good food, etc. and gain of wealth through relatives.