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Transpersonal Planets: Uranus, Neptune, & Pluto

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Akaal Bodhan

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(Published in the October 2018 issue of Samaj Sangbad)

বিধাতারে কহিলেন সহস্র লোচন ।

Indra anxiously asked Brahma

উপায় করো বিধি , যা  হয় এখন ।।

“Please find a way, Brahma, whatever be it”

বিধি কন বিধি আছে চন্ডী – আরাধনে ।

Brahma replied – “There is a way to appease Chandika”

হইবে রাবণ বোধ অকাল বোধনে ।।

“Ravana can be killed by Akaal Bondhan”

~ শ্রী রাম পাঁচালি, লংকা কাণ্ড

(Sri Ram Panchali, Lanka Kanda)

Sri Ram Panchali, also popularly known as the Krittivasi Ramayan, was composed by Krittibas Ojha (1381–1461 CE). Krittibas not only translated the Ramayan into Bangla but also incorporated a lot of then-prevalent Banga culture into this work. However, it wasn’t until 1803 CE that his work, edited by Jaygopal Tarkalamkar, was published by the Serampore Mission Press.

In the Krittivasi Ramayan we first encounter the term Akaal Bodhan of Devi. The…

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The Lost Star: Abhijit – Why is it Missing?

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About Abhijit

As far as I understand this “left out” star literally is left out. It is supposed to be the star Vega, and the surrounding stars – which is in the constellation of Lyra, which is way outside of the zodiac area. In fact, Vega becomes the Dhruva, the polestar, every 26,000 years. In other words it is way up north and outside the ecliptic belt of the zodiac. This a valid reason to leave it out of the calculations of planetary positions. If you trace it’s position downward into the ecliptic it slides in between Uttarāṣāḍhā and Śravaṇa. Some have said that it is a theoretical area that pertains to time rather than space and is therefore of importance to determining auspicious times of day, and not to calculating or describing planetary positions.

For the present, at least, I feel it is safe to omit Abhijit…

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“Four Vedic Aashrama of Life & Their Significances as per Vedic Jyotish” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Great information Punditji Vishal.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

Vedic Jyotish World Of Vishal Aksh

“Four Vedic Aashrama of Life & Their Significances as per Vedic Jyotish” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

 

(1) The Sanskrit and Hindi word Brahamchrya is the first Ashrama among the four great Ashramas of Sanatan Verdic Hindu way of living life as described in Vedas. The four great Ashramas of life as described in Vedas are (1) Brahamcharya Ashrama approximately up to first 25 yeras of human life, (2) Grastha Asharama (within about 25 to 50 years of human life), (3) Vaanaprastha Ashrama within about 50 to 75 years of life) and (4) Sanyaas Ashrama (Within about 75 to 100 years of human life.

(2) With the advent of time from Vedic era onwards the definitions of this word Brhamcharya were put to several other possible forms even in ancient Vedic texts too and nowadays several schools of thought on Vedas, Puranas and Upnishadas sing their own…

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“108 – The Ultimate Vedic Number” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

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“108 – The Ultimate Vedic Number” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

(1) Have you ever thought why there are 108 beads in a Mala used to recite Vedic Mantra? In its reply several logics appear in a common man’s mind several of them are given below:

(i) There are Navadurga (Nine Durga) and Dwadash Jyotirlings (Twelve Shivalinga) so 9 × 12 = 108

(ii) There are 108 Upanishada in Vedic literature

(iii) In Vedic literature there are 108 names of most of the Devta and Devi beside 1008 names of them.

(1.1) Now I am giving the logic behind it which can be the opinion of anyone Astrologer which are as follows:

(i) There are Twelve Zodiacal Signs and Nine Navansh so so in entire Zodiac the total number of Navansh become: 12 × 9 = 108

(ii) There are Twenty…

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