Beginnings come with new opportunities and bestows us a chance to choose the best for us. It opens new doors and windows to explore our potential and experiment with our capabilities. Like every year this year also came with immense happiness, blessings and choices. As a garden is incomplete without fragrant flowers and thorns; the new challenges will be accepted by us as adventure on the path of success.
Though our attitude and karmas decides our destiny yet awareness about the coming challenges helps us to be prepared in the preparatory stage. Appropriate steps taken before hand keep us calm and stable during the course of actual challenge. Thus Varshphal provides us a way to keep track of all the coming happening in our life and utilise each and every opportunity.
Varshphal is an absolutely calculative and scientific method based on your planetary positions and its effect on your life. It includes a detailed analysis of predicting the future happenings depending on the past karmas and present planetary position. In the Indian Vedic Astrology, Varshphal is constructed for a year when the Sun returns to same sign and degree as that of its natal position. This varshphal is then deciphered to forecast the expected happenings & changes in that year.
Just by providing the basic birth details a birth chart is prepared along with the present dashas and antar dashas. A calculative analysis is done by the expert astrologers and provides you with the understanding about this New Year along with appropriate remedial measures. The reality sure can’t be changed, but the suffering can surely be reduced.
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We have commonly heard about the varied malefic defects in our birth chart, some of which are created depending upon our karmas and planetary positions; one of which is ‘Kaal Sarp Yog or Kaal Sarp Dosh’.
What is Kaal Sarp Yog?
In Hindu horoscope, if all planets are between Rahu and Ketu shadow planets, the person is considered to be afflicted with Kaal sarp yog. A complete Kaal sarp yog is formed when exactly half the natal chart is unoccupied by planets. Exclusion of even one single planet outside the Rahu-Ketu axis does not signify Kaal sarp yog.
Kaal in Hindi means death whereas Sarpa means serpant or snake. Rahu and Ketu are considered serpent in astrology and hence when all planets of a kundli falls between these two planets, it ought to create dangerous effects on the person suffering from it.
Why is it formed?
Though it depends upon individual to individual yet the past karmas and their negative effects are a major reason of this malefic yog. It is said that the effect of this yog lasts for about 47 years or even more. Effects of this yog remains longer when Rahu placed in 5th, 8th, & 12th house and shorter when Rahu is placed in 3rd, 6th, & 11th house.
Impacts of Kaal Sarp Yog:
- This dosh eliminates the positive effects in life and leads to disturbance and struggle.
- One suffers from mental imbalance, loss of sleep, anxiety, and lack of self-confidence.
- Major issues like marriage, property, child, finance and so on, are often disturbed and delayed.
- The native is not able to reap the fruits of his hard work and does not get full credit of his contribution.
- The native also suffers from chronic health issues and low immunity.
- Unhealthy relation with family and friends, treachery from colleagues is also evident.
Kaal Sarp Dosh Mantra:
The Mantra given below is the Gayatri Mantra for Kaalsarpyog or Kaal Sarp Dosh mantra:
||Om Bhjangeshaaya Vidmahe, Sarprajya Dhimahi, Tanno Nagah Prachodaya||
Thus to eliminate the disastrous effects of this dosh or at least lower the effects if not eliminated completely, Kal Sarp Dosh Nivaran puja is one of the remedy. Adoring Lord Hanuman and feeding ants or fishes, should be done.
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Ever noticed, that you are following certain task occasionally and later almost regularly; that means it transforms into your habit without even informing you and now you are used to it. Similarly few rituals have been taught to us or we just saw them performed by our ancestors, which are now a part of our lives. Such rites and rituals are righteously performed by us without being aware about the logic behind it. I don’t say that what is right or wrong but just give a thought on ‘why are you doing this?’
We devote our time faithfully in worshipping Lord Shiva and his ‘Shivling’; and often received fruits for the worship. Still we never tried to figure out the true meaning of shivling and why do we actually offer water to it.
Meaning of Shivling:
‘Shiv’ means the destroyer of bad karmas or mainly associated with the life cycle process and ‘linga’ refers to mark or sign symbolising the Supreme God. So literally ‘Shivling’ refers to the symbol of Lord Shiva. In reality, Shiv-Linga is a symbol of dual character of the pious Shiva and his cosmic universal energy. It is a process defining the creation of mortals within the omnipresent and omnipotent Universe. So shivling being a symbol of truth consists of immense energy and radiates it when worshipped through different ways. It emits frequencies of Knowledge (dhyan), devotion (bhakti) and detachment (vairagya). This energy has been gathered mainly because of the ‘sagar manthan’ in which Lord Shiva consumed the dangerous poison emerged from the depth of the sea.
Now water being a sign of purity and also due to its other scientific relevance, it is believed that offering water to Lord Shiva’s symbol leads to the relaxation of the high negative effect of the consumed poison and it pleases him. As you shower water on the Shivling, the malefic effects of the high radiated heat is prevented on the worshipper. Water is also a symbol of harmony and flow which inspires us to realize our mortal existence within the permanent truth. Thus the continuous flow of water is maintained on the shivlinga in temples, to maintain the serene and cool environment around it.
Contributed By: Meenakshi Ahuja