Vedic Astrology has the answer to almost all your problems. Be it the tension in your life, your family, relation or your job. One of the most important branches of this Astrology is Lal Kitab. If you’re not familiar with the term Lal Kitab, let us find out what it is?
In this book, the most important terms for you are:
Unlike Vedic Astrology, every house does not have a fixed nature in this book. Here, Aries has been given the first house, Taurus the second followed by Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces. Since the lord of the Aries is Mangal, that’s why the Pakka Ghar of Mars will be the first house. The permanent House of the Moon is the fourth one, while the Ninth and Tenth houses are occupied by Jupiter. The eleventh house is considered as the permanent home of the Saturn according to the Lal Kitab.
The Planets except those who have been already assigned a Pakka Grah or a permanent home are known as the Soya Hua Grah or in the Sleeping Position. They are known as the Soya Hua Grah or in the sleeping position because their effects are purely limited. Their effects are only due to the location of the house. Consider a situation for a Kundali where Venus has been assigned the fourth quote or position, and the tenth position is empty. In such a case, the seventh sight of Venus will be directly on the tenth house. But since its empty, its effects will be only limited to the fourth house and it will conduce accordingly.
If a house is empty in a Lal Kitab Kundali or is out of sight of any other planet, it is considered as Soya Hua Ghar or Sleeping Position. This means that the planet can’t be of any help unless it is awakened up by some remedies. Following are some remedies that are mentioned in the Lal Kitab for the awakening of Soya Hua Ghar:
According to the Lal Kitab, the Sathi Grah or the Companion Planets are those which sit in one another’s Pakka Ghar or Permanent Home position. In such a case, these planets do not have a bad effect on each other. This interchanging of positions conduces a good effect, unlike Vedic Astrology where some Planets are enemies to one another.
According to the book, if the planet Saturn and Jupiter form a sum in the Kundali, then this condition is known as the Dharmi or the Righteous Teva. This is considered a good omen and such a situation eliminate all the difficulties in one’s life. Moreover, if these two planets sum up in the sixth, ninth or the eleventh house, it brings good effects to one’s life. Other than the above-mentioned terms, we have the Blind Planet or Blind Teva which is known as Andha Teva and Minor Teva or Nabalig Teva. Apart from that, the book covers the following types of debts:
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