Prayers for Vedic Learning

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

In the first year you will learn two main directions of mantras and prayers. One is the worship of Guru and Gaṇeśa, while the second is Narasiṁha sādhanā.
Listening to the Guru vandana improves your brilliance, faith and spirituality. You must be able to recite it. Do this every morning.

Stanza 01
आनन्दमानन्दकरं प्रसन्नम्‌ ज्ञानस्वरूपं निजभावयुक्तम्‌।
योगीन्द्रमीड्यं भवरोगवैद्यम्‌ श्रीमद्गुरुं नित्यमहं नमामि॥
ānandamānandakaraṁ prasannam jñānasvarūpaṁ nijabhāvayuktam |
yogīndramīḍyaṁ bhavarogavaidyam śrīmadguruṁ nityamahaṁ namāmi ||

Stanza 02
गुरुर्ब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णुर्गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः।
गुरुरेव परं ब्रह्म तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः॥
gururbrahmā gururviṣṇurgururdevo maheśvaraḥ |
gurureva paraṁ brahma tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ ||

Stanza 03
अज्ञानतिमिरान्धस्य ज्ञानाञ्जनशलाकया।
चक्षुरुन्मीलितं येन तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः॥
ajñānatimirāndhasya jñānāñjanaśalākayā |
cakṣurunmīlitaṁ yena tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ ||

Stanza 04
अखण्डमण्डलाकारं व्याप्तं येन चराचरम्‌।
तत्पदं दर्शितं येन तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः॥
akhaṇḍamaṇḍalākāraṁ vyāptaṁ yena carācaram |
tatpadaṁ darśitaṁ yena tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ ||

Stanza 05
ज्ञानशक्तिसमारूढ तत्त्वमालाविभूषित।
भुक्तिमुक्तिप्रदाता च तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः॥
jñānaśaktisamārūḍha tattvamālāvibhūṣita |
bhuktimuktipradātā ca tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ ||

Stanza 06
मन्नाथः श्रीजगन्नाथो मद्गुरुः श्रीजगद्गुरुः।
ममात्मा सर्वभूतात्मा तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः॥
mannāthaḥ śrījagannātho madguruḥ śrījagadguruḥ |
mamātmā sarvabhūtātmā tasmai śrīgurave namaḥ ||

Stanza 07
श्रीमत्परं ब्रह्म गुरुं स्मरामि श्रीमत्परं ब्रह्म गुरुं भजामि।
श्रीमत्परं ब्रह्म गुरुं वदामि श्रीमत्परं ब्रह्म गुरुं नमामि॥
śrīmatparaṁ brahma guruṁ smarāmi śrīmatparaṁ brahma guruṁ bhajāmi |
śrīmatparaṁ brahma guruṁ vadāmi śrīmatparaṁ brahma guruṁ namāmi ||

Stanza 08
ब्रह्मानन्दं परमसुखदं केवलं ज्ञानमूर्तिम्‌
द्वन्दातीतं गगनसदृशं तत्त्वमस्यादिलक्ष्यम्‌॥
brahmānandaṁ paramasukhadaṁ kevalaṁ jñānamūrtim|
dvandātītaṁ gaganasadṛśaṁ tattvamasyādilakṣyam ||

Stanza 09
एकं नित्यं विमलमचलं सर्वधीसाक्षिरूपम्‌
भावातीतं त्रिगुणरहितं सद्गुरुं तं नमामि॥
ekaṁ nityaṁ vimalamacalaṁ sarvadhīsākṣirūpam
bhāvātītaṁ triguṇarahitaṁ sadguruṁ taṁ namāmi ||

Stanza 10
नमस्ते नाथ भगवन्‌ शिवाय गुरुरूपिणे।
विद्यावतारसंसिद्ध्यै स्वीकृतानेकविग्रह॥
namaste nātha bhagavan śivāya gururūpiṇe |
vidyāvatārasaṁsiddhyai svīkṛtānekavigraha ||

Stanza 11
भवाय भवरूपाय परमात्मस्वरूपिणे।
सर्वाज्ञानतमोभेद भानवे चिद्घनाय ते॥
bhavāya bhavarūpāya paramātmasvarūpiṇe |
sarvājñānatamobheda bhānave cidghanāya te ||

Stanza 12
स्वतन्त्राय दयाक्लृप्तविग्रहाय शिवात्मने।
परतन्त्राय भक्तानां भव्यानां भव्यरूपिणे॥
svatantrāya dayāklṛptavigrahāya śivātmane |
paratantrāya bhaktānāṁ bhavyānāṁ bhavyarūpiṇe ||

Stanza 13
विवेकिनां विवेकाय विमर्षाय विमर्षिनाम्‌।
प्रकाशिनां प्रकाशाय ज्ञानिनां ज्ञानरूपिणे॥
vivekināṁ vivekāya vimarṣāya vimarṣinām |
prakāśināṁ prakāśāya jñānināṁ jñānarūpiṇe ||

Stanza 14
पुरस्तत्पार्श्वयोः पृष्ठे नमस्कुर्यादुपर्यधः।
सदामच्चित्तरूपेण विदेहि भवदासनम्‌॥
purastatpārśvayoḥ pṛṣṭhe namaskuryāduparyadhaḥ |
sadāmaccittarūpeṇa videhi bhavadāsanam ||

Stanza 15
त्वत् प्रसादादहं देवं कृतकृतोस्मि सर्वदा।
मायामृत्योर्महापाशात् विमुक्तोस्मि शिवोस्मि च॥
tvat prasādādahaṁ devaṁ kṛtakṛtosmi sarvadā|
māyāmṛtyormahāpāśāt vimuktosmi śivosmi ca||

Sadhana Document
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The Nṛsiṁha purāṇa is in huge volumes in the Oriya language and this was the only purāṇa we had learnt in our childhood. In this first year you pass through the same process. Śrī Narasiṁha lesson starts from Vasiṣṭha upadeśa in the Tārā Tantra from the letter ‘kṣa’ where Vasiṣṭha is also taught the Ugra tārā siddhi mantra. Vasiṣṭha was the grandfather of Parāśara and brought him up after Maharṣi Śaktī died. In order to understand the depth of the Bṛhat Parāśara, we need to have a sādhanā that will make our brains function very well with enhanced memory power and lightning-fast responses. Yogānanda Narasiṁha sādhanā is compulsory and you have to find 40 days in your life in this year to complete it.
Śrī Nṛsiṁha Book

Foundation of Vedic Astrology

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

1p-krishna-statue-woodYou must read this to get a broad view of Vedic Astrology. It teaches you the foundations on which this vedic science is built. You need to know the 33 deva and understand the expansion of Vasudeva clearly. You need to understand the 8 lights called Asta-Vasu

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You can download three volumes of the teachings pertaining to the Foundation of Vedic Astrology. These are in zip archive and you need Winzip or any such software to extarct them.
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Yuga-Time Cycles

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

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Makara Māsa: 14 Jan – 13 Feb, 2010 |Course starts ☉ Makara saṅkrānti

Lesson#01: Linear and Cycle Time

(1) Classical Greco-Roman Mythology – Greek Mythology : Hesiod, Roman Mythology : Ovid;
(2) Classical Christian Mythology, Vedic Knowledge;
(3) Vedic : Yuga, Yugādi Tithi, Yuga avatāra, Present Kali Yuga, Jyotiṣa Notes;
(4) Scientific Theory;
(5) Symbols : Kāraka; Understanding Age Theories;

Assignment
Essay Type Questions; Appendix-1: Kriyā Yoga School | 100 Marks
Lesson #1: Assignment
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Lesson#02: Yuga Divisions

Brahma Vidyā, Yuga, Kalpa, the day of Brahma, Experience of Time, Brahma’s Day, Manvantara, Four headed Brahma, Present Age, Pūrva Āsāḍha nakṣatra, Saturn Ātmakāraka, Nabhas Yoga – the Sky Map of Yuga Yoga, The Zodiacs, Rāśi & Bhāva, Yuga Divisions, Advent of the Avatāra, Yuga as a Year in higher Loka

Language of Seers

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

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Lesson#03: Language of Seers Part#1

Language of Vedas, Vedāñga Jyotiṣa, Śikṣā – The Language, Chandas – The Rhythm, Vyākaraṇa – Meaningful Word, Nirukta – The Root, Jyotiṣa – The Vision, Kalpa – The Karma

Lesson#04: Language of Seers Part#2

Language of Jyotiṣa, Ṛtu – Season, Definitions, Yuga and Seasons, Weekdays, Vedāñga-ṛtu, Jyotiṣa = Grīṣma ṛtu, Season and Mood, Aśvamedha yajña, The Indologist View, Upadeśa, Dharma, Expansion of the dot, Expansion and contraction, Adding for Weekdays, Deriving the Weekday, Process of adding sounds, Method 1: Sthiti Chakra,(Sustenance), Method 2: Sṛṣṭi Chakra (Creation wheel)

Lesson#05: Language of Seers Part#3

Pañca Tattva, Tattva definition, Avyakta, Kālapuruṣa, Mantra Śāstra Notes, Jaina Syādvāda, Mahātattva, Hiraṇyagarbha, Creation Concepts, Hiraṇyagarbha Sūkta, Mantra Śāstra Notes, Tirumantiram, Ahaṁkāra, Jyotiṣa concepts, Antaḥ-karaṇa, Ahaṁkāra, Mūrti – Brahma, Ahaṁkāra śaktī – Vāc, Solitary Confinement, Manas, Concept of Manas, Asu, Prāṇa and Breath, Pañca Manas, Puruṣa, Puruṣa meanings, Ātmaliñga, Guṇa and Puruṣa, Aryan Invasion – BBC, Maharṣi Bhṛgu, Develop the Vedic Eye, Finding Mantra

Vedic Calendar

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

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The lessons given in this part are extracts from a forthcoming book on Jyotiṣa by Sanjay Rath. You are not authorized to use this information for any purpose in any literature, course or paper. There will be some more lessons on this topic and will be covered in two months including one on Pañcāṅga: Five Limbs of Time.

Lesson VC#02: Tithi

This lesson should give you a very good understanding of Tithi, the sun-moon angle (actually angular difference). The material given here will not be found in any book available. There is a lot of work to be done by the students and it is hoped you will put in your best effort. As with the others, bear in mind that this is copyrighted material.

You are required to study this, complete the huge home work given including listing all the Tithi Pati and Devata and explaining them besides finishing the assignments. This is an important lesson as it aims at achieving the following –
1. Better understanding of Tithi, the Jala principle in the Panchanga
2. Realisation that the teachings of the various Puranas and other classical literature do not conflict with each other and instead are in perfect harmony. By doing so, you will set into motion a new ‘wave’ or mantra in your mind that will seek harmony in everything and you will realise the great joy one has when this understanding dawns. This is the akasha tattva that prevails in the mind of sages, and should prevail in the minds of all jyotishi. There is no difference or conflict between Parashara and any of the other vedic seers. Conflict starts from Varahamihira … and should end with our generation (hopefully).

Print and memorize

Print this table and keep on desktop – you must keep snapshot of this in memory

No. Tithī` Śukla Graha Devatā No. Tithī` Kṛṣṇa Graha Devatā
S1 pratipada 12° Sun Agni K1 pratipada 192° Sun Agni
S2 dvitīya 24° Moon Dhātṛ K2 dvitīya 204° Moon Dhātṛ
S3 tritīya 36° Mars Gourī K3 tritīya 216° Mars Gourī
S4 caturthī 48° Mercury Gaṇeśa K4 caturthī 228° Mercury Gaṇeśa
S5 pañcamī 60° Jupiter Ahi
(Sarpa)
K5 pañcamī 240° Jupiter Ahi
(Sarpa)
S6 ṣaṣṭhī 72° Venus Guha
(Kārtikeya)
K6 ṣaṣṭhī 252° Venus Guha
(Kārtikeya)
S7 saptamī 84° Saturn Ravi (Sūrya) K7 saptamī 264° Saturn Ravi (Sūrya)
S8 aṣṭamī 96° Rāhu Maheśa K8 aṣṭamī 276° Rāhu Maheśa
S9 navamī 108° Sun Durgā K9 navamī 288° Sun Durgā
S10 daśamī 120° Moon Antaka
(Yama)
K10 daśamī 300° Moon Antaka
(Yama)
S11 ekādaśī 132° Mars Viśva K11 ekādaśī 312° Mars Viśva
S12 dvādaśī 144° Mercury Viṣṇu K12 dvādaśī 324° Mercury Viṣṇu
S13 trayodaśī 156° Jupiter Kāma K13 trayodaśī 336° Jupiter Kāma
S14 caturdaśī 168° Venus Īṣa K14 caturdaśī 348° Venus Īṣa
S15 pūrṇimā 180° Saturn Chandra K15 amā 360° Rāhu Pitṛs

Assignment

  1. Determining your Janma Tithi and Ttihi devata.
  2. Did you know that worshipping the Tithi devata can resolve all relationship issues? What mantra must you recite based on the name? Find one.
  3. Why was Native (born. 7 Aug 1963, 9.15pm IST, Sambalpur, India) asked by Achyutananda to worship Durga when he has relationship issues?

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Nakṣatra: Lunar Houses of Sidereal Zodiac

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Śubhārambha

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God has decorated the heavens with constellations like pearls on dark steed. The light of the Sun hides them in the day, and all knowledge of them is divined in the darkens of the night’
…Maharishi Parasara, Rig-Veda

Although we will be giving some basic lessons on Nakṣatra, they cannot substitute the knowledge contained in this book. If you do not have your copy, get one now. It will help you to understand not only the basics of the nakṣatra, but also has many advanced concepts that will not be found in any other book on this subject. The entire teaching in this and other books follows the traditional style of learning through principles.

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Memorize Nakṣatra Names

नक्षत्रनामानि। nakṣatranāmāni |
अश्विनी भरणी चैव कृत्तिका रोहिणी मृगः। आर्द्रा पुनर्वसुः पुष्प् अस्ततोऽश्लेषा मघा तथा॥
पूर्वाफाल्गुनिका तस्मादुत्तराफाल्गुनी ततः। हस्तश्चित्र तथा स्वाती विशाखा तदनन्तरम्॥
आनुराधा ततो ज्येष्ठा ततो मुलं निगद्यते। पूर्वाषाढोत्तराषाढस्त्वभिजिच्छवणस्तथा॥
धनिष्ठा शतताराख्यं पूर्वाभाद्रपदा ततः। उत्तराभाद्रपाच्चैव रेवत्येतानि भानि च॥
aśvinī bharaṇī caiva kṛttikā rohiṇī mṛgaḥ| ārdrā punarvasuḥ puṣp astato’śleṣā maghā tathā ||
pūrvāphālgunikā tasmāduttarāphālgunī tataḥ| hastaścitra tathā svātī viśākhā tadanantaram ||
ānurādhā tato jyeṣṭhā tato mulaṁ nigadyate | pūrvāṣāḍhottarāṣāḍhastvabhijicchavaṇastathā ||
dhaniṣṭhā śatatārākhyaṁ pūrvābhādrapadā tataḥ | uttarābhādrapāccaiva revatyetāni bhāni ca ||

Nakṣatra Names:

Bhū Loka: Aśvinī, Bharaṇī, Kṛttikā, Rohiṇī, Mṛgāśiras, Ārdrā, Punarvasu, Puṣyā, Aśleṣā

Bhuva Loka: Maghā, Pūrva Phālguṇī, Uttara Phālguṇī, Hastā, Chitrā, Svātī, Viśākhā, Anurādhā, Jyeṣṭha

Svarga Loka: Mūla, Pūrva Āsāḍha, Uttara Āsāḍha, {Abhijit}, Śravaṇa, Dhaniṣṭha, Satabhisāj, Pūrva Bhādrapada, Uttara Bhādrapada, Revatī

अभिजिद्भोगविचारः। abhijidbhogavicāraḥ |
वैश्वदेवान्त्यपादः स्याच्छुतेराद्याब्धिनाडिकाः।
अभिजिद्भमिति ग्राह्यमष्टाविंशतिभेषु सा॥२९॥
vaiśvadevāntyapādaḥ syācchuterādyābdhināḍikāḥ|
abhijidbhamiti grāhyamaṣṭāviṁśatibheṣu sā ||

Nakshatra Mandala defined including calculation of Abhijit 28th Nakshatra

Vedic Astrology is the science of study of time and space and its effect on the entire life and activities of earth which revolves the two principle luminaries viz., the Sun and the Moon. This ancient study of vedic astrology known as “Jyotish”. When transliterated, it is known as the study of Jyoti meaning light which comes naturally from the Sun.  this ancient science of Jyotish comprises of three major branches viz, (i) Hora Shastra – the study of time.  The word “Hora” has been derived from two words – “Aho” meaning day and “Ratra” meaning night; (ii) Ganita Shastra – the study of mathematical part of astrology and astronomy; and (iii) Gola Shastra – the study of astronomy, which included observation and analysis of stellar effects and the effects of the motion of planets in the solar system.
Before venturing into subdivisions, it is worth while to know the primary divisions. The first divisions was by means of the lunar mansions or Nakshetra’s (lit Na – synonym for Moon + Kshetra – Mansion) which finds mentions even in the Rig-Veda. The Moons transit of the sidereal (fixed) zodiac approximately takes 27 days and 7 ¾ hours, based on which the zodiac of 3600 was divided into 27 nakshetras, (each 130 20’ of arc) Each Nakshatra was identified with a star, (or star cluster) and derived its name from it. The 7 ¾ hour shortfall in a sidereal lunar transit was made up by a short-span intercalary (hypothetical) Nakshatra called Abhijit. The Sun, being the cause of all life and existence, was identified with Divinity and is the Atmakaraka and represents Parambrahman. Its transit through the lunar mansions was observed both in shape formed by stars within the constellation as well as in relation to the natural phenomena by the Vedic seers for determining their names, characteristics and identifying the form and mood of God. This became the basis of the nomenclature of the asterisms and the natural phenomena became the basis of symbolically representing the mood of God.
Another meanings comes from Naks+Ksatra…read Brhat Naksatra Book

Abhijit, the 28th Nakshatra

The span of Abhijit is determined proportionally as (7h 38min / 24 hrs) x 130 20’ = 40 14’ 13″. This span is from 2760 40’ to 2800 54″ 13″overlapping the 21st Nakshetra (Uttarasadha).
Abhijit (Lorded by Mahavisnu) indicates the direction in which the Sun (i.e. solar system) is precessing in the universe. Hence it represents the eye. (Chakshyur) of the zodiac. Aratus, a Greek Astronomer, opined that Hercules (derived from Hari-kulesa i.e. Vishnu) the celestial constellation was a stranger. Thus, Hercules is the Greek name for Abhijit. This Vishnu Gayatri teaches that the Sun which is the significator of the individual soul (Microcosm) has the universal goal of and is constantly moving towards Narayana (Mahavisnu), the Creator and the Universal Soul (Macrocosm).

Details of nomenclature, span, natural name (God) of nakshetras can be seen in any standard text. The predominant natural phenomena when the Sun transits sidereal Krittika (i.e. 260 40’ to 400) is the burning heat of Indian summer and the name of God identified with this constellation is Agni (Fire). Similarly, the storm God ‘ Rudra’ presides over Ardra constellation.

The observation and studies by our ancient astronomers (Gola Shastra-gynas) further revealed that even within this arc of 13 degrees 20′ each there used to be further constant changes prompting them to divide even this arc of 13 degrees 20′ into four quarters of 3 degrees 20′ each. These four quarters were then symbolized to represent specific characteristic features of the rulership of the Stars. I would like to deal with these characteristic features and influence of each planet when placed in a particular Asterism at the Rising Point (the precise point of the zodiac found rising at the exact time of birth which is fixed on the basis of the placement of Moon at the time of birth) in a running series covering all the 27 Nakshatras in the subsequent issues.

The rulership of each of these 13 degrees 20′ of the arc begin from zero degrees Aries to 13 degrees 20′ ruled by the first Star – Ashwini, and goes on till the end of Pisces (360 degrees of the zodiac) where the last arc of 13 degrees 20′ is ruled by the Star Revathi. The 27 Nakshatras and their rulership, together with the Lordship of planets (fixed on the basis of attributes), is detailed below in the table.

# Name Location Ruler Pada 1 Pada 2 Pada 3 Pada 4
1 Aśvinī (अश्विनी) 0 – 13°20′ Aries Ketu चु Chu चे Che चो Cho ला La
2 Bharaṇī (भरणी) 13°20′ – 26°40′ Aries Venus ली Li लू Lu ले Le पो Lo
3 Kṛttikā (कृत्तिका) 26°40′ Aries – 10°00′ Taurus Sun अ A ई I उ U ए E
4 Rohiṇī (रोहिणी) 10°00′ – 23°20′ Taurus Moon ओ O वा Va/Ba वी Vi/Bi वु Vu/Bu
5 Mṛgāśirṣa (म्रृगशीर्षा) 23°20′ Taurus – 6°40′ Gemini Mars वे Ve/Be वो Vo/Bo का Ka की Ke
6 Ārdrā (आर्द्रा) 6°40′ – 20°00′ Gemini Rahu कु Ku घ Gha ङ Ng/Na छ Chha
7 Punarvasu (पुनर्वसु) 20°00′ Gemini – 3°20′ Cancer Jupiter के Ke को Ko हा Ha ही Hi
8 Pusya (पुष्य) 3°20′ – 16°20′ Cancer Saturn हु Hu हे He हो Ho ड Da
9 Āshleshā (आश्लेषा) 16°40′ Cancer – 0°00′ Leo Mercury डी Di डू Du डे De डो Do
10 Maghā (मघा) 0°00′ – 13°20′ Leo Ketu मा Ma मी Mi मू Mu मे Me
11 Pūrva Phalgunī (पूर्व फाल्गुनी) 13°20′ – 26°40′ Leo Venus नो Mo टा Ta टी Ti टू Tu
12 Uttara Phalgunī (उत्तर फाल्गुनी) 26°40′ Leo – 10°00′ Virgo Sun टे Te टो To पा Pa पी Pi
13 Hastā (हस्त) 10°00′ – 23°20′ Virgo Moon पू Pu ष Sha ण Na ठ Tha
14 Chitrā (चित्रा) 23°20′ Virgo – 6°40′ Libra Mars पे Pe पो Po रा Ra री Ri
15 Svātī (स्वाती) 6°40′ – 20°00 Libra Rahu रू Ru रे Re रो Ro ता Ta
16 Vishākhā (विशाखा) 20°00′ Libra – 3°20′ Scorpio Jupiter ती Ti तू Tu ते Te तो To
17 Anurādhā (अनुराधा) 3°20′ – 16°40′ Scorpio Saturn ना Na नी Ni नू Nu ने Ne
18 Jyeṣṭha (ज्येष्ठा) 16°40′ Scorpio – 0°00′ Sagittarius Mercury नो No या Ya यी Yi यू Yu
19 Mūla (मूल) 0°00′ – 13°20′ Sagittarius Ketu ये Ye यो Yo भा Bha भी Bhi
20 Pūrva Ashādhā (पूर्वाषाढ़ा) 13°20′ – 26°40′ Sagittarius Venus भू Bhu धा Dha फा Bha/Pha ढा Dha
21 Uttara Ashādhā (उत्तराषाढ़ा) 26°40′ Sagittarius – 10°00′ Capricorn Sun भे Bhe भो Bho जा Ja जी Ji
22 Śravaṇa (श्रवण) 10°00′ – 23°20′ Capricorn Moon खी Ju/Khi खू Je/Khu खे Jo/Khe खो Gha/Kho
23 Shravishthā (धनिष्ठा) or Dhaniṣṭha 23°20′ Capricorn – 6°40′ Aquarius Mars गा Ga गी Gi गु Gu गे Ge
24 Śatabhiṣaj (शतभिषा) 6°40′ – 20°00′ Aquarius Rahu गो Go सा Sa सी Si सू Su
25 Pūrva Bhādrapada (पूर्वभाद्रपदा) 20°00′ Aquarius – 3°20′ Pisces Jupiter से Se सो So दा Da दी Di
26 Uttara Bhādrapada (उत्तरभाद्रपदा) 3°20′ – 16°40′ Pisces Saturn दू Du थ Tha झ Jha ञ Da/Tra
27 Revatī (रेवती) 16°40′ – 30°00′ Pisces Mercury दे De दो Do च Cha ची Chi

Lesson: Nakṣatra: Moon Signs

Lunar Calendar Concepts, Lunar month; Constellation Belt, Basis of the Nakṣatra, Nakṣatra Maṇḍala, Abhijit (an intercalary Nakṣatra), Nakṣatra Pada, The 27 Nakṣatra, Nakṣatra Puruṣa, Assignment, Nakṣatra Lordships, Navagraha, Nakṣatra Pada Tattva, Applications; Nakṣatra & Loka, Vimśottari daśā, Nakṣatra – Rāśi Map, Two vital equations
Note: Nakṣatra pada tattva including graha-tattva for nakṣatra pada has been revealed for the first time. This is copyright material. Please do not share without permission.

Nakṣatra Workshop

A nakṣatra workshop was organized at London by BAVA (British Association of Vedic Astrology) in 2009. This helps to understand the contents of the book Bṛhat Nakṣatra. It would be nice if you supported BAVA by taking a membership. The MP3 audio and PDF files in this folder are for your personal use. Please do not distribute them

Nakṣatra Workshop Files

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