Saturn transit in Poorvashada Nakshatra from 01 March 2018, Effects

Saturn, the biggest, yet slowest moving karmic planet will be transiting in nakshatra (constellation) of Poorvashada (δ and ε Sagittarii) in Sagittarius Sign (Dhanus Rasi) from 01 March 2018 at 13:47 HRS (IST), according to K.P Ayanamsa.Saturn transit Poorvashada
Saturn will transit in Poorvashada Nakshatra till 06 June 2018, 16:54 IST and again during 26 November 2018, 18:47 IST – 26 December 2019, 04:43 IST.
Between June-November 2018, it will transit Moola Nakshatra again in retrograde and direct motion.

Saturn transit in Poorvashada Nakshatra owned by Venus is not good for people born with Moon in : Sravana, Punarvasu and Poorva Phalguni.
People born with moon in above nakshatras will face some tough times, hurdles in their work, financial hiccups, losses in business, threats of losing job, defamation, ill-health of self or family members, lack of concentration in education and strained relations at home or work.
During Saturn Retograde in Poorvashada from 18 April until 06 June 2018 will effect people born with Moon in : Jyeshta, Arudra and Bharani.
Mars will be conjunct Saturn during March-April 2018 in Sagittarius, which is particularly bad for those born in moon signs and ascendants of Taurus (Vrishabha), Gemini (Mithuna), Leo (Simha), Scorpio (Vrischik), Sagittarius (Dhanus) and Capricorn (Makara).
Saturn-Mars combo can cause accidents, injuries, burns, blood defects, liver and intestine related problems.

This transit delivers results of houses signified by Venus and Jupiter in your horoscope, as Saturn transits Jupiter owned house and Jupiter transits its own nakshatra (Visakha) for most part of 2018.
If Venus signifies progressive houses like 1,2,3,4,6,9,11 in one’s horoscope, then this transit will be beneficial.
Also if Venus signifies houses like 5 or 7, love or marriage will happen suddenly with a stranger during this transit.
Saturn transiting Sagittarius is benefic to people born with Moon in Mrigasira, Magha, Uttarashada as it brings financial gains, new oppurtunities and relations, help from officials.
If Jupiter or Venus or both signify bad houses like 8 or 12, expect tough year ahead. Sudden loss of blood relatives, friends, money can occur. Loneliness will cause insomnia.
Saturn in Poorvashada is good for people born with Moon in Aswini and Krittika too as it will open new doors for financial gains. But Aswini nakshatra born will not be able to make use of this oppurtunity due to mistakes committed in the past. They will be forced to leave their current residence and lose money. Legal battles will go against them. Few will even face threat to life or job.
People born in Rohini Nakshatra will see death of family members or close relatives and pressure of loans.
Aslesha born will have fear for no reason. Uttara Phalguni born will have to bear with financial losses and lead a low profile life.
For Swati nakshatra born, seperation from family members and death in close relations can happen.
Anuradha born will face trouble from family members and partners.
Poorvashada nakshatra born will experience deaths, seperations from elder relatives, useless expenditure.

If you are born under these constellations : Uttarashada, Arudra and Magha, you will see some relief in personal and professional life. But this effect will be more clearly seen from end of 2018.
However, bad effects will be reduced as Saturn remains combust by conjuncting with Sun during 15 December 2018 – 20 January 2019.
7.5 year transit of saturn (Sade-Sathi) effects will be severe for people born with moon under Poorvashada and Sravana constellations.
East and North-East part of India : Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Bangladesh, Myanmar and few North-East states will be severely effected by Saturn transit in Poorvashada Nakshatra.
Cross border terrorism, seperatism, unrest among people over local governments will increase.
Ruling parties over those states can suffer some setbacks.
Few natural calamities like floods, earthquakes can also effect normal life in above areas.

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