Tag Archives: Vedic Astrology

Why is the number 108 is so special in Hindu and Buddhist cultures?!

Actually the number 108, is made up, by the simple mathematical formula of 9 x 12. 9 is the largest number that exists, if we look at it, from a numerological point of view. Because according to the science of … Continue reading

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Akshaya Tritiya, the best astrological day of the year!

As the planets continuously circle the Sun, time and time again we have really good and really difficult astrological positions. But apart from these regular cycles once a year we have a day, when 3 planets out of 9, is usually … Continue reading

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Makara Sankranti, the Sun enters the sign of Capricorn…

For us, from the earth it looks like the Sun is moving. Very much like, when we sit on a train and as we start our journey, it looks like the station is pulling away from the carriage. So Makara … Continue reading

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Bhanu Saptami, a day for health

Bhanu Saptami, is a reccuring day in the Vedic Calendar! Bhanu is one of the names of the Sun in the ancient Sanskrit language, and Saptami means the 7th lunar day. So whenever the 7th day after Full or Dark … Continue reading

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1st post: Akshaya Tritiya!

In the ancient traditions of Vedic India, Akshaya Tritiya was always considered a very auspicious day. So we decided to start our site on this very day! Om Tat Sat Adam Baktai, Hindu priest, an acknowledged expert in Vedic sciences

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