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Vaasthu Shastra – Way of Life

Whether you are aware of the different types of signals, different types of results, even though they are invisible like radio waves, tv signals, mobile signals, satellite signals,, this way each and every material used for construction of the house has its own energy, like the sand absorbs the water but stone does not.

Without Pancha Maha Bhootas, we cannot live because the water, air, is more essential for the life of a human being. When a human uses any material for construction of the house, with inbuilt Pancha Maha Bhootas strength / effect, the influences of these which gives rise the positive and the negative effect of the person who dwells in that house.

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North Direction

North Direction and role of Graha Adipathi Budha Graha and Dikpalaka Lord Kubera in Vaasthu Shastra and their significance in Vaasthu Purusha Mandala.

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Grahas – 1

BENEFICS AND MALEFICS

The Guru, Shukra, Budha, and increasing Chandra are Benefics.

Surya, Shani, Mangala, decreasing Chandra, Rahu and Ketu (the ascending and the descending nodes of Chandra) are Malefics.

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South Direction

South Direction and role of Mangala Graha in Vaasthu Shastra and Dikpalaka Yama Deva

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North-West Direction

North-West Direction and role of Chandra Graha in Vaasthu Shastra and Dikpalaka Vayu.

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Planetary Characters

The planets which have the most powerful influence on the Earth are nine in number, namely, Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Mangala (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Guru (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (North Node) and Ketu (South Node).

The last two are called the shadowy planets as they do not have physical or celestial bodies like the other planets. Of the two places where the Moon crosses the ecliptic (that is, the path of the Sun), the north point is known as Rahu and the corresponding south point which is exactly 180° away from the former is called Ketu.

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Planetary Movements

PLANETARY MOVEMENTS

A planet’s revolution is the time taken by a planet to complete its orbit across the Zodiac.

On certain days the actual motions are slightly less or more. This is due to the fact that the planets while revolving round the Sun, owing to cosmic influences, become somewhat irregular in their movements.

The planets time taken for revolution around the Rashi Chakra (Zodiac Sign).

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Rashi Chakra

The Rashi Chakra is an imaginary belt stretching about 9° north and 9° south of the eclipse within which the planets and the Moon remain in the course of their movement.

In case of the Moon, the deviation from the ecliptic is about + 5°.

This belt is divided into 12 equal parts each of 30° and each part is called a sign. According to the western system of Astrology, the first sign, i.e., Aries starts from the point of intersection of the ecliptic and the equator.

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East Direction

East Direction and role of Surya  in Vaasthu Shastra and Dikpalaka Indra

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Workshop Series on Astrology, Vaasthu & Numerology

AVECTSCOPE Astrological Organisations have co-organised a special & unique workshop series on AstrologyVaasthu Shastra and Numerology.

One has to gain all knowledge in Astrology and its allied subjects to become successful Astrologers. Keeping this in mind, these two organisations have organised this workshop series to share in-depth practical and application knowledge in a systematic order. Students, Practitioners and Scholars of Astrology and its allied subjects can make use of this opportunity.

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