Jupiter combust 2014 July – August, Effects

Largest benefic planet Jupiter (Brihaspati) will be conjuct with Sun and to become combust for 30 days between 10 July 2014 (01:46 hrs IST) and 09 August 2014 (00:49 hrs IST). Jupiter goes combust and loses its power to give positive or negative effects whenever it … Read more

Jupiter combust between June – July 2013, Effects

Biggest benefic planet Jupiter (Brihaspati) will be conjuct with Sun and will become combust for 30 days between 04 June 2013 (18:36 hrs IST) and 05 July 2013 (01:52 hrs IST). When distance between Sun and Jupiter is 11 degrees or lesser, Jupiter is considered as … Read more

Effects of Sun transits in 2013-14

SUN is the minister for the year hindu new year 2013-14 (Vijaya Nama Samvatsara). Due to sun’s influence, differences between political leader will increase. Indecisiveness of leaders and administrators will lead to public unrest and chaos. People will revolt regularly against administrations of various states and … Read more

Jupiter transit in Taurus during 2012-13

Biggest benefic planet Jupiter will move into taurus (vrishabha rasi) on 16th may 2012 night 22:57 hrs IST. (according to k.p ayanamsa) It will remain in taurus till 30th may 2013, and during this period it will effect our experiences, knowledge, and our understanding. Jupiter represents … Read more

Jupiter combust between April – May 2012, Effects

Jupiter(Brihaspati) will be conjuct with Sun and will become combust between 28th april – 28th may 2012. Every year Sun goes through same sign in which Jupiter is transiting and when distance between both planets is less than 11 degrees. During this period, which is called … Read more

Effects of Jupiter in 2012-13

Jupiter is the commander-in-chief for 2012-13 year (Sri Nandana Nama new year) and he also controls rainfall, clouds, natural calamities, religious activities, scientific research, education, behaviour of youth etc in this year. People will be inclined towards ancient literature and traditions. Police will become softer and … Read more