How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology?

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Astrology further evolved, it started to study the auspicious combination of various planets. Now, in astrology, it is proven that all the nine planets would transit the twelve-zodiac sign, on a certain time interval.

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How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology?

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Astrology is A science of calculation and placement of Nine planets across the twelve zodiac signs in 12 houses of the horoscope. The science has been practised for over thousands of years and has benefited the man Kind . Initially, the science was in use to check the auspicious day and time. As the science evolved, this was further used to predict an event in a human being’s life. Thus, the science became flawless and absolutely immaculate as it did not offer any shades of grey . As astrology further evolved, it started to study the auspicious combination of various planets. Now, in astrology, it is proven that all the nine planets would transit the twelve-zodiac sign, on a certain time interval. How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology?

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Thus, all these planets will complete the transit of 360 degrees across the orbit in the zodiac. Around their transit, it has been found that some planets will transit, around the same time, in a particular Zodiac sign . When such a transit takes place, the conjunction of any of these nine planets, or a mutual aspect between two planets, or even mutual exchange of zodiac houses by many two planets or even exaltation ( Uccha ) and debilitation ( Neecha ) can form auspicious Yog in astrology . Thus, a Yog or Yogas in Vedic astrology is a combination of planets forming auspicious placement in the horoscope or kundali of a native.   How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology?

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Below are some of the list of Auspicious Raj Yoga’s which will benefit the readers to know its benefits. How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology? Neecha Bhanga :  A debilitated planet is in its most weakened state, these are merely ways the planet is strengthened therefore lessening the effects of the debilitated planet. A weak planet will cause problems pertaining to indications for that planet, also the dasha cycles of that planet can produce problems. Neecha means debilitated and bhanga means reversal. Here are the main ways in which debility can be modified, or cancelled. This may not be considered a yoga per say, but it is very important to consider in chart interpretation.

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How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology? If the ruler of the sign occupied by the debilitated planet is in a kendra position from the Moon or the Lagna . If the ruler of the sign where the debilitated planet is exalted is in a kendra position from the Moon or Lagna . If the ruler of the sign occupied by the debilitated planet aspects the planet. If the planet who would be exalted in the sign occupied by the debilitated planet is in a kendra from the Moon or the Lagna . If the debilitated planet is exalted in the Navamsha . The dispositor of the debilitated planet gives greater relief to the debilitated planet when the dispositor is well placed. Raja yoga is formed only when the debilitated planet occupies a kendra , otherwise it’s debility is merely removed. Get Varsh Details Report:   ” Varshaphal Report ”

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How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology? Kala Sarpa Yoga :   Kala means “time” and Sarpa means “serpent”, alluding to a fated destiny. This yoga is formed when all the planets (excluding the outer planets) are on one side of Rahu and Ketu . Many astrologers contend that this yoga gives a fated life of misery. It will denote a life that seems fated by events, but this is not necessarily bad. Kala Sarpa Yoga will intensify all the other yogas in a chart, good or bad giving the life a sense of destiny.

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How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology? Chandra Mangala Yoga:   Chandra Mangala Yoga is when Mars is conjunct, or opposed the Moon. This gives great financial prosperity, and great business sense. In a man’s chart it can bring gain through women. Amala Yoga:   Amala means “stainless”. A benefic in the 10th house from the Moon or the ascendant is Amala Yoga. It means that the person is virtuous and pious actions in worldly affairs. The 10th placement of planets from each other is a powerful placement that confers success. This Yoga is given importance in South, especially Kerala. Many ancient astrologers in the Malayalam raj, have documented secrets of Amala Yoga. Mangal Dosha :   There is a misconception in this case too.  Mangal Dosha  need not be always bad. In certain cases, it can form excellent Raj-Yoga. A well Place Mangal can take a person to a very good height in life.  Eg : Famous Cricketer Kapil Dev. Had this great cricketer did not enjoy Mangal dosh, he would have never become a famous personality.  

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How important are Yogas in Vedic Astrology? Kemadruma Yoga:   This Yoga exits when the Moon has no connection to any planets excluding the Sun, Rahu and Ketu. This means it has none of the previous Yogas or any other aspects or associations. Here is a person who feels isolated, alienated, with no support. This is a person with a dark mind, lacking intelligence, feeling completely disconnected. It is extremely rare. These are some of the commonly found Raj- Yogas in a Vedic horoscope. To know more about the various Raj- Yogas which are formed in a native’s horoscope one can write to us at  mail@futurepointindia.com  or Visit our Web site  www.futurepointindia.com  is a team of  expert astrologers in Delhi , providing Astrology advice and consultancy for the past 3 decades. Readers can write to us for more query or get a complete detailed analysis of Raj- Yogas in their horoscope.

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