Surya Grahan (Solar Eclipse) on June 10, 2021

Hari Om This is the first solar eclipse of the year 2021 and the second eclipse to happen in 15 days, before this the lunar eclipse happened on 26th May. According to the Indian Almanac, the solar eclipse on 10th June 2021 will take place on the new moon day of Jyeshtha month. But it … Continue reading Surya Grahan (Solar Eclipse) on June 10, 2021

Vedic Astrology event: 6 planets conjunction in Makara Rasi (Capricorn) on Feb 11,2021

Hari Om Sri Gurubyoh Namah! Sri Matre Namah! Vedic Astrology event: Feb 11, 2021, Thursday - Amavasai. General observation as per scriptures. 6 planets (Sun, Mercury, Moon, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury) will be in conjunction in Makara Rasi (in Capricorn) on Feb 11, 2021, Thursday - Amavasai (New moon day). At this time Mars will be … Continue reading Vedic Astrology event: 6 planets conjunction in Makara Rasi (Capricorn) on Feb 11,2021

Jupiter Transit (Guru Peyarchi) from Dhanur Rasi to Makara Rasi – November 2020

Hari Om Sri Gurubyoh Namah! Sri Ganeshaya Namah! Sri Matre Namah! The Jupiter transit (Guru Peyarchi) takes place on 20th November 2020, Friday, 2.55 pm (as per Trikanidh Panchang) from Dhanur rasi (Sagittarius) to Makara rasi (Capricorn) and the transit is happening on Nov 15, Sunday, 2020 at around 6.03 pm (also @ Alangudi Temple) … Continue reading Jupiter Transit (Guru Peyarchi) from Dhanur Rasi to Makara Rasi – November 2020

Luck through Desh, Kaal and Paatra

Hari Om If you’re someone who believes that luck is a matter of chance and has nothing to do with your own will and choice, well, it’s time to change your mind. Richard Wiseman, a British psychologist, has studied this phenomenon and proved we can actually influence luck. Ask a dozen people whether they have … Continue reading Luck through Desh, Kaal and Paatra

Pitru Paksha 2021 – Dates and Guidelines

Hari Om Namaskarams! 🙏🙏 Sri Maha Ganapathaye Namaha! Sri Gurubhyoh Namaha! Om Sarva Pitru Devaaya Namaha! Mahalaya Paksha (Pitru-Paksha or Srardh days) – 20th September to 6th October 2021 What our Ancestors (Pitrs) can do speedily for us even Gods/ Deities cannot do. Have you ever felt that for no apparent reason, you are constantly … Continue reading Pitru Paksha 2021 – Dates and Guidelines

Kala Sarpa Yoga (KSY) in Vedic Astrology

Hari Om Kala Sarpa Yoga (KSY) is caused by the Chayya Grahas (Shadow planets) Rahu (Dragon’ Head) and Kethu (Dragon’s Tail). When all the seven other planets of the solar system namely Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn (Shani Dev) are hemmed beween the Rahu and Kethu, Kala Sarpa Yoga (or Dosha) is … Continue reading Kala Sarpa Yoga (KSY) in Vedic Astrology

Dream Psychology — A Dictionary of Dreams

Hari Om A Dictionary of Dreams As a rule dreams are very complex and it is difficult to single out any particular feature that stands forth and dominates the dream. But it frequently happens that one idea is so vivid that it is remembered to the exclusion of all the rest. When you have a … Continue reading Dream Psychology — A Dictionary of Dreams

Vedic Astrology – The Navagrahas

Hari Om The Vedic (Hindu) astrology is based on an elaborate calculation of the position of these planets at the time of one’s birth. For example the zodiac is divided into twelve zodiac houses of 30 degrees each called Rasi. The planet Sun travels to one of these houses each month. Similarly other planets have … Continue reading Vedic Astrology – The Navagrahas

50 Vedic-Vaastu Guidelines for Happy and Enlightened Living

Hari Om By the grace of Maha Guru Sri Chandrikananda Swamigal (GF), based on Vedic scriptures and other spiritual literature, the fifty (50) Vedic and Vaastu fundamental guidelines are enumerated in this presentation for happy and enlightened living. 1. Perform prayers daily after bath preferably facing East (or North) in your house Mandir (puja room) … Continue reading 50 Vedic-Vaastu Guidelines for Happy and Enlightened Living

SURYA BHAGAWAN – A Vedic Perspective

Hari Om Surya and Savitri are two names by which the Sun is commonly addressed in the Vedic hymns. Sometimes one name is used exclusively, sometimes they are used interchangeably, and sometimes they are used as though they represented quite distinct objects. It is supposed that Savitri refers to the sun when invisible; whilst Surya … Continue reading SURYA BHAGAWAN – A Vedic Perspective