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Guru Peyarchi Nakshatra Palangal

16 Nov 2021

Guru Peyarchi Palangal for Nakshatra and its benefits

Guru Bhagavan shifts from Capricorn to Aquarius

13 Nov 2021

Guru Bhagavan shifts from Capricorn to Aquarius on Saturday (13.11.2021) at 06.21 pm in the Tamil year of Sri Pilava Varusham and Aippasi month on the 27th day.

What moonsigns say about Coronavirus - In Indian Astrology terms, Saturn also called as Shani and the Moon’s North Node also called as Rahu are the rulers of disease causing microbes like Virus and bacteria.


Nakshatras - Hindu (Vedic Indian) astrology is based on a system of prediction that is based on the position of the moon in a given Nakshatra (constellation).


Nadi Reading - Nadi astrology is an interesting way to learn about ones past, present and future.


Moon Astrology - Blue Moon is a second full moon occurring in the same calendar month.


Chirping of Lizard - The chirping of the lizard served as omens for the Tamils of ancient times. There had been mention of the lizard and its chirping in ancient Hindu texts and lore..


Astrology of the Depreciating Rupee - The rupee continues its fall against the dollar and other international currencies. When this article was written the Indian Rupee had touched a whooping 68.80 against the US dollar. Astrologers around the country have started to blame the new rupee symbol adopted in July 15, 2010 for this great fall.


Independence day - Astrology of Indian Independence day, indian independence day 2013, The first dasa of India after independence was that of Saturn. Saturn is posited in the 3rd house. The placement of 4th lord Sun in the 3rd house along with Saturn which rules separation signifies the separation of India and Pakistan at the time of birth.


Palli Villum Palankal - Indian mythology holds significance for movements of certain animals and their general behavior. The movement and the falling of the wall lizard finds special mention in the Gowli Shastra.The falling of the lizard on different parts of the human body has different significance and it predicts certain future events as well. The predictions vary for males and females.