Showing posts with label Muhurtha Astrology. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Muhurtha Astrology. Show all posts

Monday, 6 June 2016


Methods to use the Vedic Astrology for the success of a MNC:

We all know that the individual Horoscope of each native would indicate the career prospects and financial strength of every individual. The major questions in everybody's mind is how to find out the exact results for a multi faceted Company using the Vedic Astrology. Let us find out the methods to analyse and work out perfect predictions for a MNC (or) a large organization.

1. The Horoscope of the Company's Head:

a. The Person who owns the Company
b. The Person who holds major stake in the Company
c. The Person who hold the executive power (The Person who hold the absolute power in taking major decision on the Company).

Example: Imagine a luxury Aeroplane capable of carrying 40 passengers on board. The Aeroplane may be fitted with excellent and advanced level of electronic gadgets and luxurious features. The Aeroplane is being flying under the command of Pilot and Co-Pilot @ the Pilot has the absolute power to fly the plane and the Co-Pilot can only help the Pilot as per the directions and the command from the Pilot. If the Pilot makes an error while flying (or) fall asleep, then the aeroplane could be headed for a disaster @ the Person who is in full control of the situation can either bring happiness (or) create difficulties in the life of others.

2. Horoscope of the Company (Muhurtha Astrology): 

Everyone must understand that Horoscope is not limited to the Humans. We can draw the Horoscope for a company (or) an event (or) a product. The Process is called "Muhurtha Astrology". Those days, when the King decides to fight with his enemy, then they chose a very auspicious time for conducting a Pooja to initiate the process of war. People choose auspicious time to start a Pooja to initiate the construction of any buildings. *Please note that choosing the auspicious time does not mean that choosing an auspicious day that are mentioned in the Calendar. 

What is Muhurtha Astrology?

Imagine a baby is getting born on a particular date, time and in particular place. Then we can draw a Horoscope using those informations. The Lagna in the Horoscope is considered as the Soul @ that is the time, the baby has come into this World. The baby would enjoy both the positive and negative elements in its life; and also face ups and downs on various issues in the life as per the Planetary positions.

Similarly, imagine a company is being initiated through a Pooja at the particular date/time and place. With these informations, we can draw a Horoscope for a company too. The Company will have basic strength and weakness as per its birth horoscope; and it will either enjoy growth (or) face difficulties depending upon the Planetary positions that are indicated in its Birth Horoscope.

Probable results according to the Muhurtha Astrology:  

1. The Company will remain stable and enjoy excellent performances both in the Professional matters and also in the financial matters, if the Birth Horoscope of the Company is good.

Example 1: The United Breweries Ltd (UB Group) has been founded in 1857 by Mr. Thomas Leishman, who is a scotsman; and after independence, the Company is being managed by Mr. Vittal Mallaya and now Mr. Vijay Mallya. Though the Mr. Vijay Mallya faced turbulence in his professional matters, the UB Ltd is continuing its present Journey.

Example 2:  But the "Kingfisher Airlines" which was owned by the UB Group, went into financial losses and forced to shut down its business within a short span of time.

2. The Product of the Company will prosper and become a "Major Hit", if the Horoscope of the Product is good (OR) the Product of a Company would flounder (or) would fail despite the Company being run in a successful manner.

Example 1: The Maggi Noodles is being manufactured by Nestle', which is a Swiss MNC, which has presence in the many countries across the Globe. The Company Nestle' is a conglomerate and is being run efficiently. But the Nestle' India faced major problem in India last year in the way of facing a ban on the production, sale and marketing of "Maggi" products; and temporarily the Company was forced to suspend the production and sale of the "Maggi" noodles.

Example 2: The finnish MNC "Nokia" was manufacturing mobile handsets in Chennai and was selling its product across India. The name "Nokia" had a excellent brand value before; and enjoyed a "lion share" of the mobile market during those days, when the smartphones were not being introduced at that time. The Brand "Nokia" was doing well; but unfortunately the Company was mired in deep financial and legal troubles. Hence the company closed its manufacturing facility; and now the name "Nokia" is entirely wiped out (or) has a very insignificant presence in the Indian mobile market.


1. The Horoscope of the Company would indicate the Career stability, Business growth, Profitability and fiscal management of the Company on a long term basis.

2. The Horoscope of the Product (or) an Event would tell us the rate of success (or) the failures of the particular product.

3. The Horoscope of the Person (who owns (or) take executive decisions pertaining of the Company's major Policy decisions) would tell us the present state of the Company's affairs.


Thursday, 29 August 2013


What is Vivaga (Marriage) Chakra (Wheel)?

The Vivaga Chakra helps you to identify the aupicious day for the Marriage. After selecting the day, you can find out the correct Muhurtha Time by following simple steps mentioned in the link. This process would help the Couples to enjoy smooth relationship and happiness in their married life.

Look at the "Vivaga Chakra" picture given below.


First you must know two things by using the Panchangam.

1. Sun's trajectory position (Star Path) on the Marriage Day.
2. Moon's trajectory position (Star Path) on the Marriage Day.

How to use this Vivaga Chakra?

1. You must choose 3 stars that are called as "Mirutha Nakshatras".

2. These 3 Nakshatra's are the Sun's trajectory position (Star Path) on the Marriage Day, then the Star that precedes the above Star and the Star that follows the above mentioed Star.

3. Place the above mentioned star in the House No: 1

4. Then, you must choose the subsquent 3 stars and place it in the 2nd house; and next 3 Star in the 3rd house and so on.

5. Allocate all the 27 Star in the 9 houses. Use the table given below to find the out the listing of 27 Stars.

Use the Stars in that order

6. Now you must know the Moon's trajectory position at the time of Marriage. Find out the name of the Star.

7. Search for that Star in the Vivaga Chakra.

8. Given below is the table, that gives you the results of your Marriage.

9. Read the results from the above table. For example, if the Moon's trajectory position on the particular Marriage day is placed on the House 5, then the Marriage becomes very successful and brings more Gains.


We study the method of using the "Vivaga Chakra" by taking a particular date as our example. Let us take the 15.09.2013 as our example date, to find whether the particular date brings auspicious results or not.

Through Panchangam, we have found out the following results.

1. The Sun is traversing in the Uthiram (Uttara) Nakshatra on the marriage day (15.09.2013)
2. The Moon is traversing in the Uthiradam (U. Sada) Nakshatra on the marriage day (15.09.2013).

3. Now we take the Star Uthiram (Uttara) on which the Sun's trajectory position lies. Take the preceding star Pooram (Poorva) and the following Star Hastham of the Uthiram (Uttara) Star.

4. You have selected Pooram, Uthiram and Hastham Stars. Place it in the House 1.

5. Now select the next 3 stars Chittirai, Swathi and Visaka. Place it in the House 2.

6. Now select the next 3 Stars Anuradha, Jyestha, Moolam. Place it in the House 3.

7. Now select the next 3 stars Pooradam, Uthiradam and Thiruvonam. Place it in the House 4.

8. Likewise, fill the consecutive Stars in the consecutive Houses. That is all the 27 stars should be filled up in all the 9 Houses by offering 3 each.

9. Now you must search for Uthiradam (U. Sada) Nakshatra (on which Moon's trajectory position lies on the particular Marriage day)

10. The Star "Uthiradam (U. Sada)" lies within the 4th house. Hence we must look for the results in the table given below

11. By this table, we understand that the marriage conducted on this day causes "Poverty and Curse". Hence this day must be avoided at any cost.

12. The same day must have been declared as a "Subha Muhurtha Day" in your daily calender. But as for the Hindu Vedic Astrology, the Day is unfit for conducting the Marriage. 

Wednesday, 24 July 2013



We look for the details of Rahu Kalam in the daily calendar. The Rahu Kalam spreads to 1 1/2 hours (in general) from Sunday to Saturday. Whether the time given in the calendar is correct?

No, the Rahu Kalam differs from place to place and also there exists huge difference between Summer and Winter months. The details given the daily calendar is not accurate. Let us see the methods to calculate the Rahu Kalam in an accurate manner. We choose the sample day as 15.09.2013.

Sample Date: 15.09.2013 - Sunday - Rahu Kalam (as per calendar) - 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm - Place: Chennai.

1. Find out the Agasu Naligai in the Thirukkanitha Panchangam.

2. For the Sample Date 15.09.2013, the Agasu Naligai is given as 30 Naligai and 13 Vinadi.

3. Firts convert the 30 Naligai into Vinadi.

4. Multiply 30 Naligai x 60 = 1800 Vinadi.

5. Add 13 vinadi to 1800 Vinadi @ 1800 + 13 = 1813 Vinadi.

6. We need to divide the Vinadi by 8 (Since the Rahu Kalam has a timeframe of 1 1/2 hours on everyday; 1 1/2 x 8 = 12 hours makes the Day time).

7. Divide 1813 by 8 @ 1813/8 = 226 5/8

8. Must convert 226 5/8 vinadi into minutes and seconds. We know that 2 1/2 Vinadi = 1 minute.

9. Let us convert the 226 5/8 Vinadi into Minutes.
  1813/8 x 2/5 = 90 13/20.

10. That is, the converted Agasu timings are 90 minutes and 13/20 seconds.

11. Now convert the 13/20 seconds.
      13/20 x 60 = 39 seconds.

12. Hence the Agasu timings are 90 minutes and 39 seconds.

13. That is the Agasu timings are 1 hour, 30 minutes and 39 seconds. (That is, the duration of Rahu Kalam is 1 hour 30 minutes and 39 seconds and not the usual 1 hour and 30 minutes.

14. Let us divide the 12 hours into 1 1/2 hour durations.

15. Our selected Sample day 15.09.2013 comes as Sunday. The Rahu Kalam comes at 04.30 hours to 06.00 hours (in the evening) on Sundays. Here the 04.30 to 06.00 lies at the 8th row.

16. Hence we need to multiply 1 hour 30 minutes and 39 seconds by 8.
      1 hour       30 minutes     39 seconds  x  8
      8 hours    240 minutes   312 seconds.

17. Convert 312 seconds = 5 minutes and 12 seconds.
      Add 240 minutes + 5 minutes = 245 minutes
      Convert 245 minutes = 4 hours and 5 minutes
      Add 8 hours + 4 hours = 12 hours.

18. That is, the Rahu Kalam has extended up to 12 hours, 5 minutes and 12 seconds from the Sunrise of the day (15.09.2013)

19. We know that the duration of the Rahu Kalam @ 1 hour 30 miutes and 39 seconds.

20. Subtract the duration of the Rahu Kalam from the end time of the Rahu Kalam to find out the start time of Rahu Kalam.

21. Subtract   Hours     Minutes    Seconds
                       12            05            12
                         1            30            39
                       10            34            33

22. That is, the Rahu Kalam has started at 10 hours 34 minutes and 33 seconds and ended after 12 hours 05 minutes and 12 seconds from the Sunrise of the day.

23. The Sunrise of the day is 06.01 am on 15th September 2013.

24. Add 06.01.00 + 10.34.33 = 16.35.33 = 04.35.33 PM
      Add 06.01.00 + 12.05.12 = 18.06.12 = 06.06.24 PM.

25. Hence, the Rahu kalam for the Sunday 15th September 2013 starts at 04.35.33 PM and ends at 06.06.24 PM.

26. This time differences increases drastically during the peak summer and peak winter periods. Because the Sunrise during the Peak Summer season (May - June) is around 05.45 AM; and the Sunrise during the Peak Winter season (December - January) is around 06.40 AM.

27. In that scenario, the Rahu Kalam (on Sundays) start as early as 04.15 PM and ends at 05.40 PM during summer days (approx).

28. The Rahu kalam (on Sundays) starts as late as 05.15 PM and ends at 06.25 PM during winter days (approx).

29. Hence readers must understand that the Rahu Kalam is not fixed. Going by the daily calendar would proves to be very costly. 

Monday, 22 July 2013



Here we give the method of calculating Muhurtha Time for conducting the Marriage.

1. Marriages should not be conducted on any Hindu Calendar months that either has two Amavasya or two Pournima.

2. Marriages should be conducted only in the months of Chittirai (Chaitra), Vaikasi (Vaisakha), Ani (Jyestha), Avani (Shraavana), Thai (Pausha) and Panguni (Phalguna).

3. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are the best days in a week to conduct the Marriage.

4. Muhurtha Lagna should be Rishaba (Taurus), Mithuna (Gemini), Kataka (Cancer), Simha (Leo), Kanni (Virgo), Thula (Libra), Dhanusu (Sagittarius) and Menna (Pisces).

5. Marriage Day must be fixed on the day that comes with Dvitiya, Tritiya, Panchami, Saptami, Dasami and Tryodasi thithi.

6. Marriage should be conducted on the day that comes with Rohini, Mirugasirisa, Magham, Uthiram, Uthiradam, Uthrattathi, Hastham, Swathi, Anusham, Moolam and Revathi Naskshatra's.

7. No planets should be placed in the 7th house from the Muhurtha Lagna.

8. Marriages should not be conducted during Agni Nakshatra, Mirtyu, Panchagam and Kasara Yoga.

9. Guru (Jupiter) and Sukra (Venus) should not be placed in the 6th or 8th house from the Muhurtha Lagna.

10. Guru (Jupiter) and Sukra (Venus) should not be placed in the 6th or 8th house from the Rasi (Moon Sign) of both the bride and the bride groom on the Marriage day.

11. Moon should not be placed in the 8th house from the Rasi (Moon Sign) of both the bride and the bride groom on the Marriage day.

12. Marriages should not be conducted on the day that comes with the Jenma Nakshatra (Birth Star) of the bride and the bride groom.

13. The Bride age should in the even numbers; the bride groom age should be in the odd numbers.

14. Marraiges should not be conducted on Amavasya and Pournima.

15. Marriages should not conducted on the day that comes closer to the bride's mensutral periods.

16. Marriage should not be conducted during the eclipse period of Guru (Jupiter) and Sukra (Venus).

17. Marriages should be conducted on the day by checking the Muhurtha Nakshatra through "Vivaga Chakra" (Marriage Wheel) for its auspicious strength.


1. If a Marriage date and Muhurtha lagna is fixed meeting all the criteria mentioned above, the Marriage life never fails.

2. The Couple's enjoy smoother and happier ties. The Couple's would be blessed with all goodness available in this world.

3. Even if there is no Porutham (No matchings), the Couple's do not face any troubles.

Thursday, 18 April 2013


The below mentioned times are free from any type of doshas that arises out of the day, lagna, nakshatra and thithi factors.

Serial No
Type of Doshas
Time exempted from Doshas
Thithi Dosha
Pratipad, Ashtami, Navami
4.00 am to 6 am before sunrise
Nakshatra Dosha
27 Nakshatras
11 am to 12 noon 
Lagna Dosha
All Lagnas
Time during Sunset
Vara Dosham (Weekly Dosha)
Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday
Between Sunset to Sunrise

You can very well conduct any auspicious functions or kick start a new task during these times. 

Tuesday, 27 November 2012


The Hindu Vedas had instructed everyone about 

What should be done? and What should not be done? on the days that come with Jenma Natchathiram (Birth Star). 


1. Starting a new education.

2. Purchase of Land and Property.

3. Attending Homam and Pujas

4. Taking up new position or new responsibilities.

5. Mass Feeding Programmes.


1. Marriage and Betrothal.

2. Starting new medical treatment or taking new medicines.

3. Sexual intercourse

4. Oil Bath and Haircut/Shave.

5. Pitra Tharpanam

6. Wearing brand new dresses. 

If anyone who do not follow the above mentioned instructions are bound to suffer the consequences. 

Saturday, 10 November 2012


Can we conduct Marriages & auspicious functions in Krishna Paksha?

As per the Hindu Religion, Waxing Moon period (the journey from New Moon to Full Moon @ the period from Amavasya to Poornima) is considered as ascending period; hence this phase is considered as auspicious. 

The Waning Moon period (the journey from Full Moon to New Moon @ the period from Poornima to Amavasya) is considered as descending period; hence this period is considered as inauspicious. 

There is a general belief that the auspicious days (muhurtha day) coming under the Sukla Paksha is more auspicious over the days that comes under the Krishna Paksha. But it is highly incorrect. 

Please find the details of auspicious days using this below mentioned tables.

Krishna Paksha

Results: Hence it is better to conduct any functions (including marriages) on Muhurtha Days that falls under Divitiya Thithi to Panchami Thithi (Krishna Paksha); and also during Ekadasi Thithi to Chaturdasi Thithi (Sukla Paksha).

It is also recommended to conduct any type of auspicious functions on Muhurtha Days that falls within Shasti Thithi to Dasami Thithi (both Sukla Paksha & Krishna Paksha) which gives moderately benefice results. 

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Amavasya in Vedic Astrology

Muhurtha Astrology: Can we conduct any auspicious functions on Amavasya?

Is Amavasya auspicious?

Many believe that a day with Amavasya is highly auspicious and the functions can be held on those days. 

But as per the Vedic Astrology, the days that comes with both Amavasya and Pournami are not auspicious; hence conducting functions on Amavasya and Pournami must be avoided.

The Sun is considered to be the Soul; and the Moon is considered to be body. That is, Moon must remain stronger for any one for all kinds of materialistic way of life & activity.  

The Sun and Moon are placed closer to each other within +/- 03.20.00 degrees from each other on Amavasya day

The Sun and Moon are placed diametrically opposite to each other by +/- 180 degrees from each other on Poornima Day

As per the Vedic Astrology, the Moon gets combusted by the Sun, when it is placed closer to each other (Amavasya day). This could pave the way for Moon to be powerless on that day.  Again, the Moon becomes weak, due to the aspection of Sun & Moon on each other by 180 degrees on Poornima day too. 

Hence for an activity to be successful (any auspicious event), the Moon needs to be stronger. Moreover, the powerless Moon could become helpless in delivering its House qualities calculated from the Muhurtha Lagna. 

Thus, the days coming with Amavasya and Poornima are not recommended for conducting any auspicious events. 

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