Adhi Yoga Vedic Astrology

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Jyeshtha (The Elder or Older in Sanskrit) is the 18th nakshatra or lunar mansion in Hindu astronomy and Vedic astrology associated with the string of the constellation Scorpii, and the stars ε, ζ1 Sco, η, θ, ι1 Sco, κ, λ, μ and νScorpionis.

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Jyeshtha nakshatra is found in the Scorpius constellation

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The symbol of Jyeshtha is a circular amulet, umbrella, or earring, and it is associated with Indra, chief of the gods. The lord of Jyeshtha is Budha (Mercury). Jyestha is termed in Malayalam as Thrikketta and in Tamil as Kēttai. The nakshtra is called honorifically as Trikkētta (Tiru + Kētta).[1] Jyeshtha nakshatra corresponds to Antares.[2]

The Ascendant/Lagna in Jyeshtha indicates a person with a sense of seniority and superiority, who is protective, responsible and a leader of their family. They are wise, profound, psychic, maybe with occult powers, and are courageous and inventive.Under the traditional Hindu principle of naming individuals according to their Ascendant/Lagna, the following Sanskrit syllables correspond with this Nakshatra, and would belong at the beginning of a first name:

  • No
  • Ya
  • Yi
  • Yu

References[edit]

  1. ^Nakshatras and Upanakshatras. American Institute of Vedic Studies https://vedanet.com/2012/06/13/nakshatras-and-upanakshatras/.Missing or empty title= (help)
  2. ^Abhyankar, K. D. (March 2002). Astrophysics: Stars and Galaxies. Universities Press. p. 510. ISBN978-81-7371-381-1. Retrieved 28 August 2020.
  3. ^https://www.astroved.com/astropedia/en/nakshatra/jyeshta-nakshatra


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Path taken by the point of vernal equinox along the ecliptic over the past 6000 years.

Ayanamsa (Sanskrit ayanāṃśa: ayana 'movement' + aṃśa 'component'), also ayanabhāga (Sk. bhāga 'portion'), is the Sanskrit term for many systems used in Hindu astrology to account for the precession of equinoxes.[1][verification needed] There are also systems of ayanamsa used in Western sidereal astrology, such as the Fagan/Bradley Ayanamsa.[2]

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Overview[edit]

There are various systems of Ayanamsa that are in use in Hindu astrology (also known as Vedic astrology) such as the Raman Ayanamsa[3] and the Krishnamurthy Ayanamsa,[1] but the Lahiri Ayanamsa, named after its inventor, astronomer N.C. Lahiri, is by far the most prevalent system.[2][4] Critics of Lahiri Ayanamsa have proposed an ayanamsa called True Chitra Paksha Ayanamsa.[2][4] Dulakara Ayanamsa is the most accurate one and it can be verified with many Vedic astronomical principles.[5]

The use of ayanamsa to account for the precession of equinoxes is believed to have been defined in Vedic texts at least 2,500 years before the Greek astronomer Hipparchus quantified the precession of equinoxes in 127 B.C.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abBarbara Pijan, https://barbarapijan.com/bpa/Amsha/Ayanamsha.htm
  2. ^ abc'Ayanamshas in Sidereal Astrology'. www.astro.com. Retrieved 5 December 2019.
  3. ^'Saravali: Ayanamsa'. www.saravali.de. Retrieved 5 December 2019.
  4. ^ abMihira, Varaha (4 February 2016). 'Which Ayanamsa did Sri Varahamihira use?'. Medium. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  5. ^Indrasena, B.S.H. (2020).'The Zero Ayanamsa Year', in Resolving the controversies of astrology and Vedic astronomy. pp 61-78.
  6. ^VS (28 March 2015). 'Sidereal vs. Tropical'. The Art of Vedic Astrology. Retrieved 5 December 2019.

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