Vedic Astrology

To make accurate predictions in Vedic astrology, understanding concepts such as ascendants, nakshatras, yogas, and dasha system is crucial. We’ve simplified these concepts in layman terms for easy comprehension.

Every sign in astrology has multiple karakas, which need to be adapted and interpreted based on the situation and calculations while predicting a birth chart.

Astrology calculations can reveal positive or negative situations, but a star’s mythology story adds an extra layer for interpretation and understanding of the situation.

In astrology, planets play a crucial role in predictions based on their karakatwas, nature, position, sign, combination, and strength. Understanding the core karakatwas and nature of each planet is essential for accurate predictions.

Knowing the yoga karaka planets and their best combinations for a specific ascendant is crucial in accurately predicting a birth chart in astrology.

Houses and bhavas in astrology determine the nature of results based on the ascendant, planets, calculation period, and can have positive or negative effects.

Yogas are planetary combinations that indicate specific outcomes, while doshas are afflictions that can cause challenges or obstacles in a birth chart.

Varga charts, also known as divisional charts, are a set of charts in Vedic astrology that provide detailed analysis and interpretation of specific aspects of a birth chart.

The strength of planets in astrology is determined by methods such as Astakavarga, Shad Bala, planetary avasthas, planetary friendships, and other techniques. These help in assessing the impact of planets on a birth chart.

The dasha system is a crucial aspect of Vedic astrology that helps in predicting future events. There are multiple systems like Astottari, Chara, Yogini, and Vimsottari dasha that are used for this purpose.

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