An introduction to Vedic Astrology:
The extract of astrology has come from Vedic Shastra. It is Atharva veda and its Upaveda that gave birth to astrology. This system of astrology in India is also called as “Jyotisha” derived from Sanskrit “Jyotish Shastra” means “light, the heavenly body”. Jyotish Vidya, the science of Vedic era which is practiced in India from the ancient times and has existed with same hikes and passion still now since Vedic era. The study of ‘jyotisha’ gives light to celestial and heavenly patterns, which determines person’s fate on the basis of Vedic Astrology. According to the theory, all things in this world are inter-connected. A person’s destiny is determined by his karma of past, present and future. Our mind and body runs in a cyclic form with accordance with the karma. A person’s body is only an epithet where the soul keeps wandering from one body to another in different births at different times and places. As per Vedic astrology birth on this planet is like newly bloomed flower; it is time-bound and get extinct when time comes.
The Role Of Natal Chart In Vedic Astrology:
Birth chart is considered as one of the most valued source of astrology of an individual. The birth chart gives road map and guides the astrologer through a particular person’s life journey and helps to predict the future in an accurate way. The natal chart is prepared on the basis of exact time and place of the person’s birth. The analysis is done based on the position of the planets at that particular time of birth. According to best vedic astrologer in Delhi, these positions eventually tells a person’s ‘dasha’ or the phrases or timeline of life through which he would travel throughout his /her life. As per the best astrologers, these houses, planets, and zodiac signs in our natal chart are detrimental of the events that are going to happen, and a good astrologer can tell when there is going to be something big happen. In Vedic astrology, sun signs of individual are not only important but also the character of the planets and their positions. The natal chart is only studied by the Vedic astrology practitioner and experts who can study the particular person’s ‘ascendant, with concurrence of Earth’s horizon at the moment of a person’s birth. The position of the planets and the stars in the natal chart clearly develops a person’s bond with the other planets and personality.
How Does Vedic Astrology Differ From Western Astrology?
The astrological facts of the west are completely different from the astrological facts of the east. In western astrology the position of the planets and its impacts on the life of the human beings changes with the position. The Western astrology was developed 2000-3000 years ago by the Greeks and practiced by them since then. They believe that Sun, as the center of the solar system, which shares the deepest bond with planet Earth. This specific ball of fire encapsulates with Earth’s Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn, which in turn, influences the all the living beings surviving on the planet. This is the reason behind calling Western astrology as Tropical astrology. This particular branch of astrology believes a new year starts on or around March 22nd and that day can be considers as the onset of spring and also the Vernal Equinox, aka the where time duration of day and night last for the same . During Romans reign, January 1st was considered as the beginning of the New Year. Though, it has no particular significance in the field of astrology as such. According to this, Aries that is being regarded as the first sign of the zodiac is placed during the time of Vernal Equinox, followed by the other zodiac signs.
Vedic Astrology always talks about the stars and it is ancient and variant from the Western astrology. It is yearlong science that does not embark on sign or talk about how to initiate or end through the twelve zodiacs. Rather as an alternative, the science of Vedic astrology is based more on the sidereal zodiac that is the fixed stars or constellations that ultimately help in the calculation of all the planetary movements. Vedic astrology does not deal with the Earth’s relationship with the Sun but they state the fault in dynamic equinoxes in planetary astrology. Vedic astrology always chants about ‘Ayanamsha’– Earth’s rotation on its axis since its starting era. In every session changes the equinoxes move ahead by almost a minute as per the continuous rotating of all the planets. Consequently, every 72 years, an entire day is extinct in Earth’s revolution. In Vedic astrology, there is a scope and as a consequence, the entire twelve zodiac signs have to co- adjust to and step backward by a day to help predictions more accurate.
How Important it is to Believe in Vedic Astrology?
According to best astrologer in Delhi, Dr Sohini Sastri Vedic astrology is a highly updated in all the techniques of astrology by boosting the concreteness of the study through time-tested modern strategy. The astrological field of science encapsulates growing evolution to act in accordance with the fast growing world. Unlike other field, the people believe in the timely measures and resulting in following them with acuteness. It will certainly give people the best knowledge and wisdom about the future encouragement as a path for better future perspective.