How does its combination improves one’s life/destiny. Astrology: Astrology is a science

Vedas, are the heritage of India; Astrology ie Jyotish is a part of vedas. There are about 30 shaloks about astrology in the Rig-Veda, 44 in Yajur veda, & 162 in Atharra Veda. One sage developed another immortal classier known as the puranas’ which also contain text on astrology.

Astrology is a science of the influence of the planets & stars on human Being. The planetary motions, there position & time, do have effect on all of us. With regular moment of planets one can foretell the destinies of men.

Astrology is a divine science which correlates astronomical moments of planets with physical, physic, and atmik (soul’s) responses. This science is based on basic assumptions that planets do influence us, that law of karma & theory of cause & effect is genuine & there is continuity of life even after physical death. Certain positions & groupings of the stars and planets in relation to earth correspond to various types of events which occur during ones life time, & astrology assists in predicting such events.

Every science requires research, new theories, developments & modifications at each stage. Due to many reasons, in the past a proper research was not carried on this subject. But the modern age is witnessing a renaissance in this field & markets are full of literature on astrology and vaastu. Let’s Hope this healthy trend continues.

Vaastu: In brief: as we all know there are four directions, namely north, south east & west. Similarly it is widely believed & also scientifically proven that universe is made from 5 basic elements namely Air, water, fire, earth & space. Where ever on this universe these five elements are in specific balance, life is possible only in that place.

Basically Vaastu is study of these directions connected to these basic five elements for the purpose of bringing harmony & peace in one’s life and attain the perfect harmony and peace in one’s life.To attain the perfect peace and harmony between human beings & nature, the accent Indian society evolved a positive & healthy attitude towards its surroundings. To attain harmony ancient sages attained excellence in various branches of science, art, philosophy. One such branch is known as vaastu shastra. Basically it is a Divine science of harmonious structures.

Vaastu used to be adopted in India architecture in the past & finds its first mention in Stapatya Veda, which is part of Yajiur Veda. Vishwakarma, the celestial architect is mainly credited to have brought this knowledge from cosmic mind about how one can live a peaceful & harmonious life in this world. He revealed this knowledge in vaastu Shastra.

This great ancient system was followed vaguely in India and the common men knew several of its principles. The Harappa & Molunjodaro excavations also indicate the influence of Vaastu in the Indus valley civilization. This traditional knowledge was lost during the alien influence over India for several centuries.

The western system of education did not pay due & proper attention to the age-old principles of this great knowledge with the result that vaastu lost its glitter in India. subsequently, the absence of its principles in building houses & work places lead us to a disastrous consequences. Therefore, currently we are forced to realize the auspiciousness of the science (of Vaastu ) in spite the latest invasion of electronic media & ever increasing western inference over our society.

Vaastu has undergone a sea of change from its oriental relam confined to temples & royal places now, to serve the mankind as a whole without discrimination, to living a peaceful, comfortable & harmonicons life on this planet. The modern vaastu is synthesis of oriental values & universal peace. only those who were interested in science of this India architecture with their in-depth study of different cases of success & failure of buildings and their inmates, succeeded in patronizing & upholding this great ancient scripture for the benefit of mankind.

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