Rahu and Ketu are the two shadow planets that play a significant role in an individual’s horoscope. The former is regarded as The Head and the latter is regarded as The Tail of a serpent. Together, they form various yoga among which KalaSarpa & KalaAmrita hold great importance. As per our observation, this yoga gives mixed result that includes good opportunities in one hand & hardships in the other hand. Besides, if the malefic effect is magnified in a horoscope then one suffers more hardship and struggle that develops severs depression & pessimistic nature in an individual. They get so dissatisfied with life that it becomes very difficult for them to enjoy good times / achievements. Kalasarpa Yoga which is also termed as Kalasarpa Dosha is a very unique concept mentioned in Vedic Astrology. It arises when all seven planets (Sun, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury & Saturn) are posited in between Rahu & Ketu.
Pitru Paksha is a span of time which is meant to honour, respect and admire the departed souls. It is observed, as per Hindu calendar, in the month of Bhadrapada. It is a 15 day period from Pratipada to Amavasya in The Krishna Paksha (waning moon). It is believed that the ancestors, who live in separate world known as Pitru-Loka, visit the Earth during this period of time. In this phase of time, people perform Shraddha or Pinda an offering made to the departed souls. The rituals of Shraddha does not relate to funeral rituals. However, it signifies a different form of worshiping the ancestors. It is performed mainly for following three generations which includes father, grandfather & great grandfather. To observe this, one has to remember the deceased ancestor’s time & date of death. As per that time and date, one has to find out tithi mentioned in The Panchanga. If an individual forgets tithi or does not know deceased person’s date & time of death, then he can perform Shraddh rituals on Amavasya i.e., Mahalaya. Mahalaya is the most significant day of Pitru Paksha. It is also known as Sarva pitri Amavasya.
“NILANJANA SAMABHASAM RAVIPUTRAM YAMAGRAJAM
CHAYA MARTANDA SAMBHUTAM TAM NAMAAMI SHAISHCHARAM”
Lord Saturn plays an important role not only in an individual’s life but also stands for all good and bad things on earth. It is the sixth planet from the Sun. Its movement is very slow as compared to other planets. This planet takes two and a half years to move from one zodiac sign to another. In astrology, Saturn holds an impression of malefic planet whose movement is very slow. He is son of The Sun and Chhaya Devi. It rules the Capricorn and Aquarius zodiac sign. The Libra sign is its exaltation sign. Mostly, it provides negative impact due to its malefic nature. However, if placed in beneficial zodiac sign or house, he bestows a person with great name, fame and wealth.
The Indian culture celebrates Marriage as the biggest festival in an individual’s life. It is a beautiful event that celebrates the union of two beautiful souls. The marital life becomes blissful when a couple share equal amount of love, care & affection, develop mutual understanding and easily communicate with each other. To marry someone is the most important decision in one’s life. The decision has aim and desire for a long-lasting relationship which is full of sharing & caring. Marriage is a bond to enjoy the company of togetherness and create a lovely family. It also makes them forget each other’s imperfections.