What Is My Zodiac Sign According To Indian Astrology
Indian astrology has useful information about every individual’s personality, characteristics and life predictions. Every individual is curious to know what the future has in store for them. To make a detailed astrological study about your life, it is essential to know your zodiac sign. If you have not got your horoscope prepared so far, you might not know your zodiac sign. If you just know your date of birth, you can find your zodiac sign as per Indian astrology readings. Here is the key to find your zodiac sign.
Date of birth between March 21 and April 19
Your zodiac sign is Mesh (Aries). Your symbol is Ram, element is fire and the ruling planet is Mars. Your birth stone is diamond. You always want to be the leader in everything.
Date of birth between April 20 and May 20
Vrishabh (Taurus) is your zodiac sign. Your symbol is bull, element is earth and the ruling planet is Venus. Emerald is your lucky stone and your priorities in life are emotional and financial security.
Date of birth between May 21 and June 20
Mithun (Gemini) is your zodiac sign. Your symbol is twins, element is air and the ruling planet is Mercury. Aquamarine is your lucky stone. You wish to explore everything motivated by a strong curiosity.
Date of birth between June 21 and July 22
Karka (Cancer) is your zodiac sign. Your symbol is Crab, element is water and the ruling planet is Moon. Moonstone is your birth stone. You love intimacy and care.
Date of birth between July 23 and August 22
Your zodiac sign is Simha (Leo). The symbol is lion, element is fire and the ruling planet is Sun. Peridot is your lucky stone. You are a born leader and a charismatic individual.
Date of birth between August 23 and September 22
Kanya (Virgo) is your zodiac sign. Your symbol is Virgin, element is earth and the ruling planet is Mercury. Sapphire is your lucky stone. You are a caring individual who always want to love and wish to be loved in return.
Date of birth between September 23 and October 22
Tula (Libra) is your zodiac sign. The symbol is scales, element is air and the ruling planet is Venus. The lucky stone for you is Opals and you always like a peaceful and harmonious life.
Date of birth between October 23 and November 21
Your Zodiac sign is Vrishchika (Scorpio). The symbol is scorpion, element is water and ruling planet is Mars. Topaz is your lucky stone. You are a highly resilient individual.
Date of birth between November 22 and December 21
Dhanush (Sagittarius) is your zodiac sign. The symbol is archer, element is fire and the ruling planet is Jupiter. Turquoise is your lucky stone and you bubble with enthusiasm to change the world for better.
Date of birth between December 22 and January 19
Makar (Capricorn) is your zodiac sign. The symbol is goat, element is earth and the ruling planet is Saturn. Your birthstone is Garnet. You always wish to achieve great heights in life.
Date of birth between January 20 and February 18
Kumbh (Aquarius) is your zodiac sign. The symbol is water pot, element is air and ruling planet is Saturn. Amethyst is your lucky stone. You are a mysterious individual interested in uncovering the mysteries of life.
Date of birth between February 19 and March 20
Meena (Pisces) is your zodiac sign. Your sign is fish, element is water and ruling planet is Jupiter. Bloodstone is yoru lucky stone and you always live in your own dream world.
Zodiac signs most common among India's wealthiest
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The report also highlighted that overall, Virgos and Geminis made best entrepreneurs in India, leading the way with 9% of list each, followed by Aries
The richest Indians of 2021 list is out, and it seems Cancerians had the best year. According to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2021, wealthy Indians having the zodiac sign Cancer saw 92% surge in their fortunes in the last one year, followed by Gemini, Taurus and Pisces.
The report also highlighted that overall, Virgos and Geminis made best entrepreneurs in India, leading the way with 9% of list each, followed by Aries.
Moreover, in a 5-year period, Cancer rich listers created most wealth, followed by Sagittarius and Aries.
Best year for Cancerians:
India's richest with the star sign Cancer, comprising business personalities such as Gautam Adani, Shiv Nadar, Benu Gopal Bangur, had a great year, almost doubling their wealth amid the Covid-ravaged economy.
Furthermore, the report highlighted that Geminis comprising LN Mittal, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Byju Raveendran, saw a cumulative 77% increase in wealth, followed by Taurians with 68% rise in wealth.
Also, Pisces, Sagittarius and Scorpio had a good year with a wealth increase of 59%, 58% and 50%, respectively in the last year.
Others with star signs among the top 10 are Capricorn, Libra, Aquarius saw around 40-44% increase in wealth.
However, Aries, Leo and Virgo did not enjoy much luck, but still saw 19-37 per cent increase in wealth, according to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2021.
Overall, the report stated that Mukesh Ambani, whose Zodiac sign is Aries, continued to be the richest man of India for the 10th consecutive year with a wealth of ₹7,18,000 crore, driven by Reliance Industries' retail and telecom operations. Meanwhile, Gautam Adani & family moved up two places to the second spot in this year's list with ₹5,05,900 crore.
Five individuals still make the India Top 10 after ten years, led by Mukesh Ambani and followed by LN Mittal, Dilip Shanghvi, Kumara Mangalam Birla and Shiv Nadar. Whereas, there were four new faces in the India Top 10 this year, despite the cut-off being up by 60%, showed the list of the 10th annual ranking of the richest individuals in India.
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Hindu Rashi Signs
South-Asian, specifically Indian, version of the pseudoscience of Astrology
Jyotisha or Jyotishya (from Sanskritjyotiṣa, from jyóti- "light, heavenly body") is the traditional Hindu system of astrology, also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology and more recently Vedic astrology. The term Hindu astrology has been in use as the English equivalent of Jyotiṣa since the early 19th century, whereas Vedic astrology is a relatively recent term, entering common usage in the 1970s with self-help publications on Āyurveda or yoga.
The Vedanga Jyotisha is one of the earliest texts about astronomy within the Vedas. Some scholars believe that the horoscopic astrology practiced in the Indian subcontinent came from Hellenistic influences,  however, this is a point of intense debate and other scholars believe that Jyotisha developed independently although it may have interacted with Greek astrology.
Following a judgement of the Andhra Pradesh High Court in 2001 which favoured astrology, some Indian universities now offer advanced degrees in Hindu astrology. The scientific consensus is that astrology is a pseudoscience.
Jyotisha, states Monier-Williams, is rooted in the word Jyotish, which means light, such as that of the sun or the moon or heavenly body. The term Jyotisha includes the study of astronomy, astrology and the science of timekeeping using the movements of astronomical bodies. It aimed to keep time, maintain calendar, and predict auspicious times for Vedic rituals.
History and core principles
Further information: Indian astronomy
Jyotiṣa is one of the Vedāṅga, the six auxiliary disciplines used to support Vedic rituals.: 376 Early jyotiṣa is concerned with the preparation of a calendar to determine dates for sacrificial rituals,: 377 with nothing written regarding planets.: 377 There are mentions of eclipse-causing "demons" in the Atharvaveda and Chāndogya Upaniṣad, the latter mentioning Rāhu (a shadow entity believed responsible for eclipses and meteors).: 382 The term graha, which is now taken to mean planet, originally meant demon.: 381 The Ṛigveda also mentions an eclipse-causing demon, Svarbhānu, however the specific term graha was not applied to Svarbhānu until the later Mahābhārata and Rāmāyaṇa.: 382
The foundation of Hindu astrology is the notion of bandhu of the Vedas (scriptures), which is the connection between the microcosm and the macrocosm. Practice relies primarily on the sidereal zodiac, which differs from the tropical zodiac used in Western (Hellenistic) astrology in that an ayanāṁśa adjustment is made for the gradual precession of the vernal equinox. Hindu astrology includes several nuanced sub-systems of interpretation and prediction with elements not found in Hellenistic astrology, such as its system of lunar mansions (Nakṣatra). It was only after the transmission of Hellenistic astrology that the order of planets in India was fixed in that of the seven-day week.: 383  Hellenistic astrology and astronomy also transmitted the twelve zodiacal signs beginning with Aries and the twelve astrological places beginning with the ascendant.: 384 The first evidence of the introduction of Greek astrology to India is the Yavanajātaka which dates to the early centuries CE.: 383 The Yavanajātaka (lit. "Sayings of the Greeks") was translated from Greek to Sanskrit by Yavaneśvara during the 2nd century CE, and is considered the first Indian astrological treatise in the Sanskrit language. However the only version that survives is the verse version of Sphujidhvaja which dates to AD 270.: 383 The first Indian astronomical text to define the weekday was the Āryabhaṭīya of Āryabhaṭa (born AD 476).: 383
According to Michio Yano, Indian astronomers must have been occupied with the task of Indianizing and Sanskritizing Greek astronomy during the 300 or so years between the first Yavanajataka and the Āryabhaṭīya.: 388 The astronomical texts of these 300 years are lost.: 388 The later Pañcasiddhāntikā of Varāhamihira summarizes the five known Indian astronomical schools of the sixth century.: 388 Indian astronomy preserved some of the older pre-Ptolemaic elements of Greek astronomy.: 389 
The main texts upon which classical Indian astrology is based are early medieval compilations, notably the Bṛhat Parāśara Horāśāstra, and Sārāvalī by Kalyāṇavarma. The Horāshastra is a composite work of 71 chapters, of which the first part (chapters 1–51) dates to the 7th to early 8th centuries and the second part (chapters 52–71) to the later 8th century. The Sārāvalī likewise dates to around 800 CE. English translations of these texts were published by N. N. Krishna Rau and V. B. Choudhari in 1963 and 1961, respectively.
Modern Hindu astrology
Astrology remains an important facet of folk belief in the contemporary lives of many Hindus. In Hindu culture, newborns are traditionally named based on their jyotiṣa charts (Kundali), and astrological concepts are pervasive in the organization of the calendar and holidays, and in making major decisions such as those about marriage, opening a new business, or moving into a new home. Many Hindus believe that heavenly bodies, including the planets, have an influence throughout the life of a human being, and these planetary influences are the "fruit of karma". The Navagraha, planetary deities, are considered subordinate to Ishvara (the Hindu concept of a supreme being) in the administration of justice. Thus, it is believed that these planets can influence earthly life.
Astrology as a (pseudo)science
See also: Astrology and science
Astrology has been rejected by the scientific community as having no explanatory power for describing the universe. Scientific testing of astrology has been conducted, and no evidence has been found to support any of the premises or purported effects outlined in astrological traditions.: 424 There is no mechanism proposed by astrologers through which the positions and motions of stars and planets could affect people and events on Earth. In spite of its status as a pseudoscience, in certain religious, political, and legal contexts, astrology retains a position among the sciences in modern India.
India's University Grants Commission and Ministry of Human Resource Development decided to introduce "Jyotir Vigyan" (i.e. jyotir vijñāna) or "Vedic astrology" as a discipline of study in Indian universities, stating that "vedic astrology is not only one of the main subjects of our traditional and classical knowledge but this is the discipline, which lets us know the events happening in human life and in universe on time scale" in spite of the complete lack of evidence that astrology actually does allow for such accurate predictions. The decision was backed by a 2001 judgement of the Andhra Pradesh High Court, and some Indian universities offer advanced degrees in astrology. This was met with widespread protests from the scientific community in India and Indian scientists working abroad. A petition sent to the Supreme Court of India stated that the introduction of astrology to university curricula is "a giant leap backwards, undermining whatever scientific credibility the country has achieved so far".
In 2004, the Supreme Court dismissed the petition, concluding that the teaching of astrology did not qualify as the promotion of religion. In February 2011, the Bombay High Court referred to the 2004 Supreme Court ruling when it dismissed a case which had challenged astrology's status as a science. As of 2014,[update] despite continuing complaints by scientists, astrology continues to be taught at various universities in India, and there is a movement in progress to establish a national Vedic University to teach astrology together with the study of tantra, mantra, and yoga.
Indian astrologers have consistently made claims that have been thoroughly debunked by skeptics. For example, although the planet Saturn is in the constellation Aries roughly every 30 years (e.g. 1909, 1939, 1968), the astrologer Bangalore Venkata Raman claimed that "when Saturn was in Aries in 1939 England had to declare war against Germany", ignoring all the other dates. Astrologers regularly fail in attempts to predict election results in India, and fail to predict major events such as the assassination of Indira Gandhi. Predictions by the head of the Indian Astrologers Federation about war between India and Pakistan in 1982 also failed.
In 2000, when several planets happened to be close to one another, astrologers predicted that there would be catastrophes, volcanic eruptions and tidal waves. This caused an entire sea-side village in the Indian state of Gujarat to panic and abandon their houses. The predicted events did not occur and the vacant houses were burgled.
[The current year] minus one,
multiplied by twelve,
multiplied by two,
added to the elapsed [half months of current year],
increased by two for every sixty [in the sun],
is the quantity of half-months (syzygies).
— Rigveda Jyotisha-vedanga 4
Translator: Kim Plofker
The ancient extant text on Jyotisha is the Vedanga-Jyotisha, which exists in two editions, one linked to Rigveda and other to Yajurveda. The Rigveda version consists of 36 verses, while the Yajurveda recension has 43 verses of which 29 verses are borrowed from the Rigveda. The Rigveda version is variously attributed to sage Lagadha, and sometimes to sage Shuci. The Yajurveda version credits no particular sage, has survived into the modern era with a commentary of Somakara, and is the more studied version.
The Jyotisha text Brahma-siddhanta, probably composed in the 5th century CE, discusses how to use the movement of planets, sun and moon to keep time and calendar. This text also lists trigonometry and mathematical formulae to support its theory of orbits, predict planetary positions and calculate relative mean positions of celestial nodes and apsides. The text is notable for presenting very large integers, such as 4.32 billion years as the lifetime of the current universe.
The ancient Hindu texts on Jyotisha only discuss time keeping, and never mention astrology or prophecy. These ancient texts predominantly cover astronomy, but at a rudimentary level.Technical horoscopes and astrology ideas in India came from Greece and developed in the early centuries of the 1st millennium CE. Later medieval era texts such as the Yavana-jataka and the Siddhanta texts are more astrology-related.
The field of Jyotisha deals with ascertaining time, particularly forecasting auspicious day and time for Vedic rituals. The field of Vedanga structured time into Yuga which was a 5-year interval, divided into multiple lunisolar intervals such as 60 solar months, 61 savana months, 62 synodic months and 67 sidereal months. A Vedic Yuga had 1,860 tithis (तिथि, dates), and it defined a savana-day (civil day) from one sunrise to another.
The Rigvedic version of Jyotisha may be a later insertion into the Veda, states David Pingree, possibly between 513 and 326 BCE, when Indus valley was occupied by the Achaemenid from Mesopotamia. The mathematics and devices for time keeping mentioned in these ancient Sanskrit texts, proposes Pingree, such as the water clock may also have arrived in India from Mesopotamia. However, Yukio Ohashi considers this proposal as incorrect, suggesting instead that the Vedic timekeeping efforts, for forecasting appropriate time for rituals, must have begun much earlier and the influence may have flowed from India to Mesopotamia. Ohashi states that it is incorrect to assume that the number of civil days in a year equal 365 in both Hindu and Egyptian–Persian year. Further, adds Ohashi, the Mesopotamian formula is different from the Indian formula for calculating time, each can only work for their respective latitude, and either would make major errors in predicting time and calendar in the other region. According to Asko Parpola, the Jyotisha and luni-solar calendar discoveries in ancient India, and similar discoveries in China in "great likelihood result from convergent parallel development", and not from diffusion from Mesopotamia.
Kim Plofker states that while a flow of timekeeping ideas from either side is plausible, each may have instead developed independently, because the loan-words typically seen when ideas migrate are missing on both sides as far as words for various time intervals and techniques. Further, adds Plofker, and other scholars, that the discussion of time keeping concepts are found in the Sanskrit verses of the Shatapatha Brahmana, a 2nd millennium BCE text. Water clock and sun dials are mentioned in many ancient Hindu texts such as the Arthashastra. Some integration of Mesopotamian and Indian Jyotisha-based systems may have occurred in a roundabout way, states Plofker, after the arrival of Greek astrology ideas in India.
The Jyotisha texts present mathematical formulae to predict the length of day time, sun rise and moon cycles. For example,
- The length of daytime = muhurtas
- where n is the number of days after or before the winter solstice, and one muhurta equals 1⁄30 of a day (48 minutes).
A prastha of water [is] the increase in day, [and] decrease in night in the [sun's] northern motion; vice versa in the southern. [There is] a six-muhurta [difference] in a half year.
— Yajurveda Jyotisha-vedanga 8, Translator: Kim Plofker
There are sixteen Varga (Sanskrit: varga, 'part, division'), or divisional, charts used in Hindu astrology:: 61–64
Rāśi – zodiacal signs
The Nirayana, or sidereal zodiac, is an imaginary belt of 360 degrees, which, like the Sāyana, or tropical zodiac, is divided into 12 equal parts. Each part (of 30 degrees) is called a sign or rāśi (Sanskrit: 'part'). Vedic (Jyotiṣa) and Western zodiacs differ in the method of measurement. While synchronically, the two systems are identical, Jyotiṣa primarily uses the sidereal zodiac (in which stars are considered to be the fixed background against which the motion of the planets is measured), whereas most Western astrology uses the tropical zodiac (the motion of the planets is measured against the position of the Sun on the spring equinox). After two millennia, as a result of the precession of the equinoxes, the origin of the ecliptic longitude has shifted by about 22 degrees. As a result, the placement of planets in the Jyotiṣa system is roughly aligned with the constellations, while tropical astrology is based on the solstices and equinoxes.
Nakṣhatras – lunar mansions
The nakshatras or lunar mansions are 27 equal divisions of the night sky used in Hindu astrology, each identified by its prominent star(s).: 168
Historical (medieval) Hindu astrology enumerated either 27 or 28 nakṣatras. In modern astrology, a rigid system of 27 nakṣatras is generally used, each covering 13° 20′ of the ecliptic. The missing 28th nakshatra is Abhijeeta. Each nakṣatra is divided into equal quarters or padas of 3° 20′. Of greatest importance is the Abhiśeka Nakṣatra, which is held as king over the other nakṣatras. Worshipping and gaining favour over this nakṣhatra is said to give power to remedy all the other nakṣatras, and is of concern in predictive astrology and mitigating Karma.
The 27 nakshatras are:
- Ardra or Aarudhra
- Purva Phalguni
- Uttara Phalguni
- Purva Bhadra
- Uttara Bhadra
Daśās – planetary periods
The word dasha (Devanāgarī: दशा, Sanskrit,daśā, 'planetary period') means 'state of being' and it is believed that the daśā largely governs the state of being of a person. The Daśā system shows which planets may be said to have become particularly active during the period of the Daśā. The ruling planet (the Daśānātha or 'lord of the Daśā') eclipses the mind of the person, compelling him or her to act per the nature of the planet.
There are several dasha systems, each with its own utility and area of application. There are Daśās of grahas (planets) as well as Daśās of the Rāśis (zodiac signs). The primary system used by astrologers is the Viṁśottarī Daśā system, which has been considered universally applicable in the Kali Yuga to all horoscopes.
The first Mahā-Daśā is determined by the position of the natal Moon in a given Nakṣatra. The lord of the Nakṣatra governs the Daśā. Each Mahā-Dāśā is divided into sub-periods called bhuktis, or antar-daśās, which are proportional divisions of the maha-dasa. Further proportional sub-divisions can be made, but error margins based on accuracy of the birth time grow exponentially. The next sub-division is called pratyantar-daśā, which can in turn be divided into sookshma-antardasa, which can in turn be divided into praana-antardaśā, which can be sub-divided into deha-antardaśā. Such sub-divisions also exist in all other Daśā systems.
Grahas – planets
The Navagraha (nava; Devanāgarī: नव, Sanskrit: nava, "nine"; graha; Devanāgarī: ग्रह, Sanskrit: graha, 'planet')) describe the nine celestial bodies used in Hindu astrology:: 38–51
|No.||Name (Vedic)||Western equivalent|
|8.||Rahu||North node of the Moon|
|9.||Ketu||South node of the Moon|
The Navagraha are said to be forces that capture or eclipse the mind and the decision making of human beings, thus the term graha. When the grahas are active in their Daśās or periodicities they are said to be particularly empowered to direct the affairs of people and events.
Rahu and Ketu correspond to the points where the moon crosses the ecliptic plane (known as the ascending and descending nodes of the moon). Classically known in Indian and Western astrology as the "head and tail of the dragon", these planets are represented as a serpent-bodied demon beheaded by the Sudarshan Chakra of Vishnu after attempting to swallow the sun. They are primarily used to calculate the dates of eclipses. They are described as "shadow planets" because they are not visible in the night sky. Rahu has an orbital cycle of 18 years, Ketu has an orbital cycle of 7 years and they are always retrograde in motion and 180 degrees from each other.
Gocharas – transits
A natal chart shows the position of the grahas at the moment of birth. Since that moment, the grahas have continued to move around the zodiac, interacting with the natal chart grahas. This period of interaction is called gochara (Sanskrit: gochara, 'transit').: 227
The study of transits is based on the transit of the Moon (Chandra), which spans roughly two days, and also on the movement of Mercury (Budha) and Venus (Śukra) across the celestial sphere, which is relatively fast as viewed from Earth. The movement of the slower planets – Jupiter (Guru), Saturn (Śani) and Rāhu–Ketu — is always of considerable importance. Astrologers study the transit of the Daśā lord from various reference points in the horoscope.
The transit phase always makes an impact on the lives of humans on earth which can be positive or negative however as per the astrologers the impact of transits can be nuetralised with remedies.
Yogas – planetary combinations
In Hindu astronomy, yoga (Sanskrit: yoga, 'union') is a combination of planets placed in a specific relationship to each other.: 265
Rāja yogas are perceived as givers of fame, status and authority, and are typically formed by the association of the Lord of Keṅdras ('quadrants'), when reckoned from the Lagna ('ascendant'), and the Lords of the Trikona ('trines', 120 degrees—first, fifth and ninth houses). The Rāja yogas are culminations of the blessings of Viṣṇu and Lakṣmī. Some planets, such as Mars for Leo Lagna, do not need another graha (or Navagraha, 'planet') to create Rājayoga, but are capable of giving Rājayoga by themselves due to their own lordship of the 4th Bhāva ('astrological house') and the 9th Bhāva from the Lagna, the two being a Keṅdra ('angular house'—first, fourth, seventh and tenth houses) and Trikona Bhāva respectively.
Dhana Yogas are formed by the association of wealth-giving planets such as the Dhaneśa or the 2nd Lord and the Lābheśa or the 11th Lord from the Lagna. Dhana Yogas are also formed due to the auspicious placement of the Dārāpada (from dara, 'spouse' and pada, 'foot'—one of the four divisions—3 degrees and 20 minutes—of a Nakshatra in the 7th house), when reckoned from the Ārūḍha Lagna (AL). The combination of the Lagneśa and the Bhāgyeśa also leads to wealth through the Lakṣmī Yoga.
Sanyāsa Yogas are formed due to the placement of four or more grahas, excluding the Sun, in a Keṅdra Bhāva from the Lagna.
There are some overarching yogas in Jyotiṣa such as Amāvasyā Doṣa, Kāla Sarpa Yoga-Kāla Amṛta Yoga and Graha Mālika Yoga that can take precedence over Yamaha yogar planetary placements in the horoscope.
Bhāvas – houses
The Hindu Jātaka or Janam Kundali or birth chart, is the Bhāva Chakra (Sanskrit: 'division' 'wheel'), the complete 360° circle of life, divided into houses, and represents a way of enacting the influences in the wheel. Each house has associated kāraka (Sanskrit: 'significator') planets that can alter the interpretation of a particular house.: 93–167 Each Bhāva spans an arc of 30° with twelve Bhāvas in any chart of the horoscope. These are a crucial part of any horoscopic study since the Bhāvas, understood as 'state of being', personalize the Rāśis/ Rashis to the native and each Rāśi/ Rashi apart from indicating its true nature reveals its impact on the person based on the Bhāva occupied. The best way to study the various facets of Jyotiṣa is to see their role in chart evaluation of actual persons and how these are construed.
Drishti (Sanskrit: Dṛṣṭi, 'sight') is an aspect to an entire house. Grahas cast only forward aspects, with the furthest aspect being considered the strongest. For example, Jupiter aspects the 5th, 7th and 9th house from its position, Mars aspects the 4th, 7th, and 8th houses from its position, and its 8th house.: 26–27
The principle of Drishti (aspect) was devised on the basis of the aspect of an army of planets as deity and demon in a war field. Thus the Sun, a deity king with only one full aspect, is more powerful than the demon king Saturn, which has three full aspects.
Aspects can be cast both by the planets (Graha Dṛṣṭi) and by the signs (Rāśi Dṛṣṭi). Planetary aspects are a function of desire, while sign aspects are a function of awareness and cognizance.
There are some higher aspects of Graha Dṛṣṭi (planetary aspects) that are not limited to the Viśeṣa Dṛṣṭi or the special aspects. Rāśi Dṛṣṭi works based on the following formulaic structure: all movable signs aspect fixed signs except the one adjacent, and all dual and mutable signs aspect each other without exception.
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India star signs
Indian zodiac signs are based on nature and not on the stars.
Native American zodiac signs are still quite unknown in this country, but this system of astrology is extremely exciting! What’s it all about? Which Indian zodiac sign are you? And above all: what does that mean for your character? Find out now!
Capricorn, Virgo, Libra – while the twelve European signs of the zodiac are known to everyone, the Indian signs of the zodiac lead a shadowy existence in this country. Completely wrong. At GALA you can find out which Indian zodiac sign you are, what that says about you and which companion you are best in harmony with.
What are Indian zodiac signs?
Zodiac signs like Leo, Scorpio or Aries do not know Indians. This is due to the fact that in the Indian astrology does not matter the constellations, but the state of nature (Plants, animals, rocks, winds, the seasons) decides.
The Indians therefore assume that it is not the constellation of planets and stars that characterizes our character, but rather the rhythm of nature, i.e. the respective season in which we saw the light of day.
There are 12 Indian zodiac signs
Like the entire Indian astrology, the Indian zodiac signs are based on the philosophy of life and the religious traditions of the Indians. The Indians saw man as part of a large whole, united with the surrounding and nourishing environment. The Indian horoscope therefore does not assign the twelve personality types to the constellations, but to twelve animals. Each animal has certain strengths and weaknesses that affect its character.
Which Indian zodiac sign am I?
Similar to the Chinese and the Celts, the Indians developed a special system of astrology. in the Indian horoscopes are twelve signs of the zodiac contain. You can find out your Indian zodiac by the month you were born. From the following table you can easily determine your personal Indian zodiac sign based on your month of birth.
European zodiac sign
Goose (22.12. – 19.01.)
Capricorn (22.12. – 20.01.)
Otter (January 20 – February 18)
Aquarius (20.01. – 19.02.)
Wolf (February 19 – March 20)
Fish (February 19th – March 20th)
Falcon (March 21 – April 19)
Aries (March 21 – April 20)
Beaver (April 20 – May 20)
Bull (20.04. – 21.05.)
Hirsch (21.05. – 20.06.)
Twin (21.05. – 21.06.)
Woodpecker (21.06. – 22.07.)
Cancer (June 21 – July 23)
Salmon (July 23 – August 22)
Lion (July 23rd – August 23rd)
Brown bear (23.08. – 22.09.)
Virgo (23.08. – 23.09.)
Raven (9/23 – 10/22)
Libra (23.09. – 23.10.)
Snake (24.10. – 22.11.)
Scorpio (10/23 – 11/22)
Owl (22.11. – 22.12.)
Sagittarius (11/22 – 12/22)
What your Indian zodiac sign really means
Similar to the European zodiac signs Indian zodiac signs have their very own meaning. A look at the following table shows which attributes are assigned to each Indian zodiac sign:
persistent, ambitious, determined, constant, headstrong, melancholic
inventive, progressive, unadjusted, freedom-loving, family man
careful, sensitive, adaptable, cunning, indecisive, fearful, loving justice
Loner, enterprising, self-centered, impatient, creative
persistent, security-related, rigid, inflexible
communicative, friendly, sociable, intellectual, restless, nervous
persistent, emotional, compassionate, moody, introverted, caring
generous, open, arrogant, decisive
close to nature, loving order, pragmatic, pedantic, supercritical, romantic.
communicative, diplomatic, mediating, intelligent. blue eyed, social
mysterious, unfathomable, persistent, ingenious, closed
wise, sees everything, dominant, tactless, just
Indian zodiac sign – who suits whom?
Not only in real life, also in Indian astrology not all zodiac signs fit together. The twelve Indian zodiac signs show clear differences in their characteristics. Who is the perfect partner for you? These Indian zodiac signs harmonize:
- goose → Hawk, raven, otter, goose
- otter → Deer, falcon, salmon, owl
- wolf→ woodpecker, goose, brown bear
- Falcon→ falcon, deer, snake, goose
- beaver → Wolf, woodpecker, brown bear
- deer → Hawk, otter, woodpecker, owl
- woodpecker → brown bear, wolf, beaver
- salmon → goose, brown bear, raven, owl, deer
- brown bear → Wolf, beaver, woodpecker
- Crow → Otter, salmon, brown bear
- Snake → goose, wolf, beaver, woodpecker
- owl → Otter, raven, beaver, woodpecker
Sources used: sternzeichen.net (author: Norbert Giesow)
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It seems a far easier task to align your choices based on your planetary movements and the sun and the moon and later blame them for whatever goes wrong or if it goes right. Hinduism strongly relies on such predictions and calculations to assess festivities, births, and even your Horoscope signs.
Jyotish Shastra is the traditional Hindu system of astrology, also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology, and more recently Vedic astrology. The foundation of Hindu astrology is the notion of bandhu (binding together dissimilar things by what is common across all things in the entire creation) of the Vedas, (scriptures), which is the connection between the microcosm and the macrocosm. The practice relies primarily on the sidereal zodiac, meaning an ayanāṁśa adjustment is made for the gradual precession of the vernal equinox.
Unlike the Sun sign based Western System, Vedic Astrology uses the Moon Sign as the basis of all predictions. The Moon changes its sign every 2 & 1/2 days making it impossible to judge the Moon Sign by only the date of birth. The Hindu Zodiac Sign, Moon Sign uses the date, place & time to bring greater precision.
Around 2500 BC many extant texts were written by sages such as Agastya and Bhrigu. Each sign was divided into three strata called “Charna”, similar to the Decanates of Western astrology. The Nirayana, or sidereal zodiac, is an imaginary belt of 360 degrees, which, like the Sāyana, or tropical zodiac, is divided into 12 equal parts. Each twelfth part (of 30 degrees) is called a sign or rāśi (Sanskrit: ‘part’).
A Nakshatra (Nakṣatra) or lunar mansion is one of the 27 divisions of the sky, identified by the prominent star(s) in them, used in Hindu astrology.
Personality Traits of Hindu Zodiac Signs
Personality traits of all Indian zodiac signs including lucky numbers, colors, days, and recommended gemstones.
Aries / Mesh Rashi
Names start with –: Chu, Choo ,Che, Chay ,Cho ,La, Lha ,Li, Lee, Lhi ,Lu, Loo, Lhu ,Le, Lay ,Lo ,A
Ruling Planet – Mars or Mangal Graha
Nakshatras – Ashwini, Bharani, and first Charan of Krittika Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
Leadership, bravery, rage, and fertility. A storehouse of fierce energy but at the same time carry the warmth of this element perfectly. Courageous and fearless. ample travels and frequent transfers from place to place in life. Ambitious and bold. Frankness and open-mindedness are their two very special attributes
Aries weaknesses include you being stubborn at times. You like to do things in your own way, follow your heart than the brain, and thus tend to be inflexible. prone to fevers and blood diseases. They may have some skin diseases or are prone to them. Many of them are water phobic. They may sometimes be acknowledged as friend offenders in society because they don’t open up with their likes and dislikes. They usually have fewer children. They are gluttonous. Investments made by Aries do not pay well because of a lack of planning.
Career –: Aries’ strong, raw masculine energy makes them very good surgeons who can do the most difficult invasive surgeries with ease. Their confidence, power, strength, and determination can be also be used in sports. Aries have strong leadership qualities and they can lead a corporate team very well. They can also be good entrepreneurs themselves.
Since Aries see the bright picture of anything first, they can be good motivational speakers. They can also be good lawyers and politicians as they are assertive, strong, and confident.
Lucky days are Tuesday, Saturday, and Fridays.
Lucky color is blue.
Lucky numbers are 9, 8 and 6
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Red coral, Ruby, and Yellow Sapphire.
Ruling Planet:: Venus / Shukra
Names start with: I, Ee, Ei, Eh ,U, Oo ,Ae, Ai, E ,Oh, Ou ,Va, Ba ,Bee, Bi, Vee, Wee, Vi, Wi ,Vu, Voo, Wu, Bu, Boo, Woo ,Vey, Vay, Way, Wey, Be, Bay, Veh, Weh, Beh ,Vo, Wo,
Nakshatra: three charans of Krittika, complete Rohini and the first two charans of Mrigshira Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
They have a nice and friendly way of interacting with others. They have lots of patience and can withstand great hardships. But when provoked beyond limits, they become wild with rage and no power can withstand them. Speaks less and has a very strong willpower. Quite conservative. Taurus thrives in domestic comfort and material possessions seek to build a secure and stable place for them and their loved ones.
During illness recuperative power is slow as they seldom co-operate with the doctor due to stubborn nature. steadily earn and save money strong temptation for gambling.
Career: Taurus will not be satisfied in a work profile where the income fluctuates every month. They want a well-defined, stable position with a fixed income thus Taurus can do well in jobs involving real estate, banking, insurance, loans, investment, etc. and other areas where huge money transactions are involved as others can trust him for not being spontaneous, impulsive and immature.
Since Taurus has a good sense of fashion and style, they can become good fashion designers and stylists as well.
Taurus is a natural lover of music and can contribute well in this field as a singer, dancer, music composer, etc. if he has been gifted with these sorts of talents, of course. They will, at the least, be able to appreciate good music very well.
Lucky days are Friday, Wednesday & Saturday.
Lucky colors are Pink, Blue, and White.
Lucky numbers are 2 & 8.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Emerald and Blue Sapphire
Gemini / Mithun Rashi
Ruling Planet – Mercury / Budh
Names start with Ka, Ca ,Ki, Ke ,Ku, Cu, Koo, Coo ,Gha ,Yan ,Cha, Chh ,Kay, Kew ,Ko, co ,Ha
Nakshatra – last two charans of Mrigshira; complete Ardra and first three charans of Punarvasu Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
Effective personality, depicting their intelligence, judicious, and humane nature. Their nature is versatile, imaginative, pleasant, thoughtful, and adaptable. generally soft-spoken, with a good power of oration. They are learned people with good command of a language. They are fast at work. They advance their logic in the talk, conversations. They love change and possess foresightedness. As a rule, they are short-tempered but cool down quite easily. They can consistently work without feeling fatigue, which adversely affects their health
Mercury is quickest of all planets, which gives you a jumpy personality. The speed at which Mercury travels can be associated with your speed of endless thoughts. It allows you to talk tactfully and listen patiently, but not act confidently. Gemini is an air sign, thus there is a flighty quality about you. Air keeps switching momentum, and this explains your changeable personality, moodiness, and flux. wavering personality makes it difficult for people to trust you. Your adaptability quickly turns into inconsistency due to duality in nature. You tend to talk about your feelings than actually feel them. This makes your communication a little superficial in nature.
Career – Gemini will do their best when they opt for career options that involve PR, media, writing, orating, debating, consultancy, networking, language teaching, etc. and anything that revolves around language, cognition and thought.
Since Gemini individual is many personalities and many minds in one body and can think from many angles at the same time, they can also be great lawyers, stage actors, theatre artists, performers, and directors.
Gemini has an innately curious and sharp mind. They are also likely to perform well in professions involving research and discovery.
Lucky days Wednesday and Thursday.
Lucky colors are Yellow and Green.
Lucky numbers are 5 & 3
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Emerald and Yellow sapphire
Cancer / Karka Rashi
Ruling Planet – Moon / Chandra
Names start with Hi, He ,Hu, Hoo ,Hey, Hay ,Ho, Hau ,Da, Dha ,Di, Dee, Dhe ,Du, Doo, Dhu ,De, Day, Dha ,Do, Dho
Nakshatra – last charans of Punarvasu, full Pushya, and full Aashlesha Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
The ‘child’ of the Moon with an inherent desire to ‘parent’ the rest of the world, Sensitive, conservative. They are introverts. They love occult science. They are sympathetic, energetic, and imaginative. They usually live outside their native place. Water lovers. They like natural scenery. They love traveling and roaming. They are fearless and somewhat rough in talks but are straightforward. They obtain quick gains from their company. They also acquire inherited property. They love luxuries in life and are usually pious people. Strong mental ability to carry the masses.
Sympathetic, to the extent of being oversensitive. As a result, they get irritated easily. On the positive side, you also have some magnetic qualities that help you have increased charisma and a greater degree of fame. Intuitive ability is also out of the ordinary, thus you know when someone is in pain and needs to be comforted.
Cancer Weaknesses relate to their dwelling in the past. You have your one foot stuck in the past, thus tend to take memories with you forever, whether good or bad. You can be clingy and needy in relationships because you are exceptionally giving and expect the same level of compassion and love in return.
Career – Cancers can do well in trading and buying where large amounts of cash transactions are involved. Their love for beautiful home spaces can make them flourish in the real estate industry, interior designing, and decorating. Secure, stable, and well-paying careers like banking, accounting, engineering, etc. can also be good for Cancer natives.
Cancer loves even the sight of food, and, therefore, they can find happiness in being chefs, managing hotels, and restaurants, or anything else related to the food industry.
Cancer can do well in fields that involve some amount of social work, child welfare, and pet care.
Lucky days Monday & Sunday.
Lucky colors White, Cream, Red, and Yellow
Lucky numbers 2,7 and 9
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Pearl and Ruby
Leo / Simha Rashi
Ruling Planet – Sun / Surya
Names start with Ma ,Mi, Mee ,Mu, Moo ,May, Me ,Mo, Mau ,Ta ,Ti, Tee ,Tu, Too ,Te, Tay
Nakshatra – Complete Magha, Poorva Phalguni and first Charan of Uttara Phalguni
Character and Personality
The people of this sign are courageous. They possess an impressive and commanding personality. They are born with leadership qualities and have the magnetic power of attraction. They are proud, pious, and clean hearted. They are ambitious, autocratic, independent, strong-willed, suspicious, violent, ill-tempered, and jealous. They are strong and rough towards their subordinates. Their personality emanates majestic vibes and a sense of power. They are very sure of themselves and are able to mingle with all people, high and low alike. Ruled by Sun, Leo tends to be bright, spreading light wherever they go and uplifting the atmosphere. Sun lords over the realm of nine planets, which is why leadership qualities are exceptional.
They also become difficult to get along with and want everything to go their way and fail to acknowledge other people’s desires and opinions. Leo’s crave for compliments. Making them prone to having lickspittles than true friends. They tend to take criticism personally, even if it is meant for their own good. In relationships, you can be domineering, which may make your partner feel like a doormat.
Career – Thanks to their immensely charismatic and confident personalities, Leo can be great stage performers, hosts, and speakers. Since they can impress and intrigue others with their warm and confident nature, they can also do well in sales and public relationship profiles.
Leo individuals don’t like to work behind the scenes. Their love for fame, publicity and popularity often make them opt for a career in theatre, acting, film direction and production, politics, etc. in which they get immense satisfaction.
Since they have rich, refined, and extravagant tastes, they can also thrive in the fields of music and arts.
Lucky days: Sunday & Tuesday
Lucky colors: red, orange and green
Lucky numbers: 1, 4, 5, 9 and 6
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Ruby and Emerald
Virgo / Kanya Rashi
Ruling Planet – Mercury / Budh
Names start with To, Tau ,Pa, Pha ,Pi, Pee, Phi ,Pu, Poo, Phu ,Sha ,Ana, Ane, Na ,Th ,Pe, Pay, Pha ,Po, Pau, Pho
Nakshatra: last three charans of uttara phalguni, Hasta, and the first two charans of Chitra Nakshatras
Character and Personality:
Virgoans are shy and sensitive. They are practical, intelligent and love refinement in life. They are intelligent. They are artisans by nature. They are observant, patient, sensible, studious, soft-spoken, and logical. They do not reveal their secrets. They are shrewd but discrete. They seldom lose temper.
Analysis and research are their strong points. thorough and methodical and have the habit of keeping things exactly at the same place in a very systematic manner. Blessed with a sharp brain it is not very difficult for them to manipulate other people. They can disguise their real self and can put forth the face they want for a particular situation. They have a higher-than-average consciousness of the good and bad. Purity matters but more in matters of the cleanliness of the environment!
They are the salt of the earth, can always be trusted for realistic advice. Virgo is a mutable sign. Representing harvest, Virgo brings an end to something that was started by others. Tasks that signs like Aries begin and leave in between are carried off to ‘fruition’ by Virgo. You have the ability to change, fix, and adapt (mutable) the situations in order to make your routine life and standing better (earth). Virgo’s biggest weakness is overdoing logic and orderliness. And Chaos is necessary too, especially if it brings happiness.
Career – Since Virgo pays attention to the smallest details and catches flaws easily as compared to the rest, they make great critics in any field. Their opinion will be clear, credible, and well thought off. Virgo can thrive in fields that require some amount of service to the public or to the needy. This can include fields related to medicine, teaching, science, and research, etc. Their extreme love for food also makes them chose a job in the food sector.
Lucky days: Wednesday, Friday, Thursday, and Monday
Lucky colors: Green, White & Yellow
Lucky numbers: 2, 3, 5, 6 & 7.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Emerald and Yellow Sapphire
Libra / Tula Rashi
Ruling Planet – Venus / Shukra
Names start with Ra, Rha ,Ri, Ree, Rhi ,Ru, Roo, Rhu ,Rey, Ray, Rhe ,Ro, Rau, Rho, Rhau ,Ta ,Tii, Tee, Thee, Thii ,Tu, Thu, Tho ,Te, The, Tay
Nakshatra: Last two charans of Chitra, Swati and three charans of Vishakha Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
They are logical with their nature and are dominated by balance and harmony. They are sensitive, curious, will – principled, gentle, critical, good in perception, but are intolerant. Charming and easily mixing with people around is their sterling qualities. They are pious and spiritual. They have fruitful imagination and intellectual capacity you successfully win over the hearts. good at finding the middle ground, often known as the troubleshooters. Venus being your ruling planet gives an aesthetic sense and eye for beauty. Creativity, works of art, and the concept of ideal love, all appeal to your imagination. They are peacemakers, who initiate solutions to problems that nobody has ever thought of. Ther power of initiation comes to fruition with communication
On the negative side, they are nagger and may have negative thoughts and often may lead to strong depressions. Their biggest weaknesses are the tendency to procrastinate, retreat, and escape than confront the situations making them look unreliable.
Career – Libra can perform well in fields related to art, philosophy, literature, publishing, music, etc. Since Libra can see both sides of a situation like no other and loves a good debate and sound arguments, they can do well in politics, ministry, law, and justice. Their love for order and beauty can land them in fields like interior designing and decorate. Libra can do very well in business partnerships and associations.
Lucky days: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday & Saturday.
Lucky colors: White, Red & Orange
Lucky numbers: 1, 2, 4, and 7.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Blue Sapphire and Diamond
Scorpio / Vrischik Rashi
Ruling Planet – Mars / Mangal
Names starting with o, Tho ,Na, Nau ,Ni, Nee ,Nu, Noo ,Ne, Nay ,No, Nau ,Ya ,Yi, Yee ,Yu, Yoo
Nakshatra – Last Charan of Vishakha, full Anuradha, and Jyeshta Nakshatras
Character and Personality:
The people with this sign are trustworthy, honest, truthful, and sincere. They are short-tempered, self-confident, and courageous people. They are violent and do not care for repercussions in scuffles and trifles. They sometimes harm their health by addictions. They use rough language and are straightforward in their speech. They do and finish their work quite fast but irritate others by their nature. They speak less but believe more in action. They are learned, intelligent, and helpful to others and do social work. They believe in religion. They are repellent to the opposite sex. The early stages of their lives are usually marked with hardships, but destiny shapes up between 32-35 of their age.
You can be secretive about your plans and feelings as you are a sign of privacy. A sense of intensity drives your actions, be it love or hate, you touch extremes. The biggest strength is magnetic personality as that is what makes heads turn. However, their biggest weakness is the tendency to be a schemer, be driven by manipulation and jealousy than a determination to face challenges head-on.
Career – With their sharp intuition, memory, and intelligence, Scorpio can do well as detectives, policemen, researchers, scientists, journalists, etc. or in any other field that requires unraveling the truth and solving mysteries. Since they have a deep understanding of human nature and follies, they can find success in fields like psychiatry and psychology as well.
Lucky days Tuesday, Saturday, and Fridays.
Lucky colors blue
Lucky numbers 9, 8 and 6
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES Red coral, Ruby, and Yellow sapphire
Sagittarius / Dhanu Rashi
Ruling Planet – Jupiter / Guru
Names start with Ye ,Yo, Yho ,Bha ,Bhi, Bhee ,Bhu, Bhoo ,Dha ,Pha, Fa ,Dhaa, Dhha ,Bhe, Bhay
Nakshatra – full Nakshatras of Mool and Poorvashada and the first charan of Uttarashadha.
Character and Personality:
They have great potentials, a happy, and lucky attitude towards life. They are enterprising, logical, leaders, have a healthy attitude towards life. They gain popularity through their actions and intelligence. They are optimistic, truthful, and generous. They are loyal, independent, modest, and virtuous. They attain their goals in life. They are usually born in rich families and do not acquire riches by their efforts. The mascot is the Archer- half-man pointing an arrow upwards suggests an idealistic outlook, a focused mind, and a forward-looking approach. The half-horse suggests that an outdoor person, who loves to wander amidst open spaces. It also symbolizes the development of the human self, an attempt to set oneself free from the animalistic desires. a larger-than-life character, heroic in a sense.
They can be reckless with their plans for the future and act without forethought. Their biggest weakness is their impulse. They may ‘act’ with forethought, but they never ‘weigh their words’. Their need for constant change also makes them prone to losing focus.
Career – Sagittarius will be happiest in a job or profession that involves adventure and frequent travel to faraway places. This can include anything like being in the merchant navy and adventure sports or becoming a travel guide, pilot, etc.
Sagittarius doesn’t like fixed routines or anything that confines him and may go for entrepreneurship for the flexibility and freedom it gives.
Sagittarius’ brilliant and logical mind can make them researchers, scientists, philosophers, software engineers, etc. Since they are witty and have a strange sense of humor, they can also become good comedians, show hosts, speakers, etc.
Lucky days Thursday, Wednesday, and Sunday
Lucky colors Yellow, Green and Light Blue
Lucky numbers 3, 5, 6, & 8.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES yellow Sapphire along with an Emerald.
Capricorn / Makara Rashi
Ruling Planet – Saturn / Sani
Names starts with Bho, Bhau ,Ja ,Ji, Jee, Jhi ,Khi, Khee ,Khu, Khoo ,Khey, Khay ,Kho, Khau ,Ga ,Gi, Gee, Ghee
Nakshatra: the first three charans of Uttarashad, Shravan complete and two charans of Dhanishta Nakshatras.
Character and Personality
They are stable and serious in nature. They set high standards for themselves. Sometimes their private and social lives are different. They are critical in nature and even do not spare themselves in criticism. Courageous, ambitious, and full of drive. Workaholic, with a practical & cautious approach and a goal-oriented mindset. Little detached emotionally, due to your tendency of being overly cautious and reserved in love. Capricorn is symbolized by a mountain goat, which naturally represents your desire to reach the top. But money and success do not come to you naturally, it takes time just as it takes the mountain goat considerable efforts and time to climb higher.
The survivor of the zodiac, little setbacks, and challenges are met with confidence and poise. Very dependable and loyal person. Too practical at times, however. The biggest weakness is procrastinating things that are not gainful. They need to view the world from the glasses of emotions too and recognize that there is more to the world than material success. Being married to work and too devoid of emotions could be hurtful to relationships.
Career – Since Capricorns admire discipline, hard work, and punctuality, they do exceptionally well in military, banking, teaching, publishing, medicine, research, architecture, etc.
Their desire to be at the top of the hierarchy backed with hard work and determination easily lands them into top management positions like CEO, managing director, etc. in the corporate world in later years of their life.
Lucky days Fridays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Lucky colors White, green, and light blue.
Lucky numbers 6,8 & 9
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES Diamond, Emerald, and Blue Sapphire
Aquarius / Kumbh Rashi
Ruling Planet – Saturn / Sani
Names start with Gu, Goo, Ghu ,Gey, Gay, Ghe ,Go, Gau, Gho ,Sa, Sha ,Si, See, Shi, Shee ,Su, Soo, Shu, Shoo ,Say, Shaa ,So, Sho ,Da
Nakshatra – last two charans of Dhanishta, Shatbhisha complete and the first three charans of Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatras
Character and Personality
Aquarians are lovers of personal freedom. They are emotional and cannot see the adversities of others. They are affected by headaches, indigestion, and stomach irregularities. They are theists and believe in religious values. They are attached to their spouses. They are unprejudiced, frank, tolerant, quick-witted, practical, intuitive, and imaginative. They inherit property but face litigation, sometimes of disputes in the process of inheritance.
They are definitely not the kind of person who will stab others on the back and work against friends. True to their words and feelings they are not only sincere in front of a person but even in his absence. Humanitarian in nature and somewhat rebellious too. The symbol is the water bearer. In a way, they are an eternally giving person, who puts social over personal. The water of compassion offered washes away the malice in hearts, especially concerning equality and justice. Their weakness is the insensitivity they show to personal relationships as you often take them for granted.
Career – Since Aquarius individuals have a brilliant, innovative mind, they can become great physicists, researchers, mathematicians, etc.
They can also do well in fields that require originality and creativity like writing, composing music, theater, movie direction, and production, etc.
Lucky days Thursdays, Fridays, and Tuesdays.
Lucky colors Yellow, Red, and White
Lucky numbers 3, 9, 2 & 7.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES Diamond, Yellow Sapphire, and Ruby
Pisces / Meena Rashi
Ruling Planet – Jupiter / Guru
Names starts with Di, Dee ,Du, Doo ,Tha ,Jha, Ja ,Ana ,De, Day, De ,Do, Dau ,Cha ,Chi, Chee
Nakshatra: Last Charan of Poorvabhadrapada, complete Uttara-bhadrapada and Revti Nakshatras.
Character and Personality:
Lazy by nature but versatile, ardent lovers of pleasure, good writers. They easily trust people. They have a simple life. They face dangers in early life and are sometimes courageous and at times timid. They develop a friendship with leading and popular people. They do work after meticulously pondering over matters and issues. They commonly become popular because of their easygoing nature. They tend to be more emotional rather than rational. They have limited concentration and willpower. They are gifted with commanding and impressive personality. They sensibly divide their time between work and rest. They are idle and careless, sometimes dishonest in their dealings.
They are afraid of sins. They have good speculative power. They earn large sums all of a sudden in life. They are calm and cool by nature and earn by dint of their own efforts in life. They travel a lot and have many children. They are unprejudiced, frank, tolerant, quick-witted, practical, intuitive, and imaginative. They inherit property but face litigation, sometimes of disputes in the process of inheritance.
Moon being the ruler of emotions makes them highly sensitive, intuitive, giving, and compassionate. Their emotional closet consists of moments of deepest despairs and utmost enjoyment. They need a partner who acts as a pillar of strength during gloomy times.
weaknesses include passiveness. They like to hear the truth in sugar-coated form than raw, reality hits you hard. Instead of facing the situations head-on, they retreat to the dream world. Overly sensitive and confused, thus may be taken advantage of. Cloudy and pessimistic at times.
Career – The best careers for Pisces are those that make the best use of their imaginative, creative, and intuitive powers. These include poetry or other forms of writing, music composition, painting, filmmaking, acting, theatre, art, photography, graphic designing, video game production, and designing, etc. They can also become great critics in all these fields.
Since Pisces have helping nature and show sensitivity towards suffering, they can do well as the nurse, doctor, therapist, healer, physiotherapist, etc. They would also happily get associated with NGOs, orphanages, rescue centers, etc.
Pisces have a deep understanding of human nature and if this is combined with a mastery over the subject, they can become great instructors, teachers, coaches, pet trainers, etc
Lucky days: Thursdays, Tuesdays, and Sundays
Lucky colors: Red, Orange, and Yellow.
Lucky numbers: 1, 3, 4, and 9.
RECOMMENDED GEMSTONES: Yellow, Sapphire, Pearl, and Emerald
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