What Is The Astrological Significance Of Planet JUPITER ?
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Jupiter is saintly and generous. Its temperament is mild, benign and soft hearted. It is a male planet. It is the preceptor of God. He is the essence of knowledge and wisdom. He represents places where learned men lives. It represents wealth, fame, sons, grandsons, intellect, education etc. Gold is his metal wealth. In short Jupiter is defined as Deva Guru. Its complexion is tawny.
Jupiter gives good results when it is in 2, 5, 7, 9 and 11th house from the Janam Rashi. In other houses it mostly gives only bad results. When Jupiter was in Janam Rashi, during transit, Lord Rama was sent to Forest (Vanvas) and Sita was in Ravan’s confinement when Jupiter was in her Janam Rashi. When Jupiter was moving through 3rd house from Janam Rashi, Daryodan and his soldiers were killed during battle of Mahabharta. When Jupiter was moving through 4th house from Janam Rashi, Yudhistra (Dharamputra) lost his kingdom in gambling and was forced to go on Vanvas.When strong, Jupiter bestows intelligence and knowledge of scriptures in its main and such periods. It also signifies the fields of top political and administrative position in Government, lawyers, priests, Judges, teachers, astrologers. If strong it gives growth, expansion and a humanitarian and spiritual outlook.
Jupiter has domain over stomach and intestines in the body. It represents the hips, fat tissues, hearing power, naval, feet, physical development, palate and throat. When weak, it causes lymphatic and circulatory congestion, anemia, tumors, jaundice, ear problem, diabetes, diseases of pancreas glands and thrombosis etc. Weak Jupiter indicates immorality, greed and materialist attitude.
To strengthen Jupiter in a horoscope, gemstone of yellow Sapphire of the weight of 4.6-4.7 carats may be used.
The malefic influence of Jupiter may also be effectively mitigated and tackled with the help of one of the following propitiatory remedial measures:-
- Offering service to one’s teacher/Guru;
- Prayer/meditation every morning at least for ten minutes;
- Offering banana in small pieces to birds;
- Offering bundi Ladoo (Indian Sweet) or any other yellow sweet to the birds.