Lord Vishnu is the primary god for the Sun in Vedic thought, notably in the form of Surya-Narayana. This is the cosmic form of Vishnu who rules over the entire universe. It can be used to harmonize all the astrological and karmic influences by the best astrologers of Mumbai.
The Sun is Vishnu so he is called Purusha, in the dwelling he is Aditya Purusha, as well as in Upanishads. Yet Vishnu and Narayana are also related to planet Mercury (Budha), and particularly governing the Buddhi or higher intelligence and Dharma in general. These all are depicted by the best astrologer in Delhi.
Rigveda speaks of the seven half-embryos that move according to the laws of Vishnu, suggesting Vishnu as ruling the seven visible planets. Vishnu is attributed the supreme abode in the highest Heaven (Paramam Padam), which is the source of all bliss that all the seers aspire to.
In addition, Vishnu as Dhruva relates to the Pole Star which is the central unmoving point beyond the celestial sphere ruling all cosmic movements. Rigveda speaks of the four times ninety as a revolving wheel or chakra, indicating one name of Vishnu for every degree of the Zodiac. This means that Vishnu is not only the Sun but the guiding intelligence of the universe as a whole, responsible for the structure of the cosmos.
Many Jyotish texts are Vaishnava in orientation, like the key foundation text Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra which emphasizes him. Many Vedic astrologers recommend chanting the Thousand Names of Vishnu (Vishnu Sahasranama from the Mahabharata) for countering planetary afflictions and to develop skill in chart interpretation.
Vishnu is famous for his ten incarnations or avatars, the stories of which are described in different Puranas. These have planetary equivalents as outlined in the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra. Rama and Krishna as the Sun and the Moon are the prime Vishnu avatars. The tenth avatar Kalki, yet to come, is not part of the list.
Each avatar has its own special day during the year which is honored as its manifestation day (Jayanti). These are determined by the Hindu Panchanga, its months and tithis, which as lunar based vary slightly every year. We have listed these below according to the Hindu lunar month, waxing (shukla) or waning (krishna), and tithi or phase of the Moon at that time which is depicted by the famous astrologer in Delhi.