Brass In Vedic Astrology

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People often complain that their progressing work gets stuck in the way and therefore, they suffer from stress and anxiety. This happens because of the presence of inauspicious effects of planets in Kundali.

For your information we would like you to know that, any planet in the horoscope starts giving auspicious and inauspicious results before it changes its zodiac sign. In addition to this, if the transit of any planet is in the last leg, it gives results before going to the next zodiac sign.

To understand the exact position of planets, talk to Acharya Mragaank and get all the relevant information in detail.

Suppose, the Sun is in Capricorn and then it will transit in Aquarius in the next five days. In this pretext, the Sun will begin to provide results of Aquarius as well as Capricorn to the person. So, if any important planet is going to transit in another zodiac sign, you should take suggestions from knowledgeable astrologers for the removal of your unfavorable impacts of the planets.

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Significance and Rules of Medicinal Bath

If any planetis in a debilitated state in Kundali and it is giving you physical and mental pain, you must not wear gemstone, instead, you should take a medicinal bath concerning the planet and the same should take place on its day.

Vidhi of Medicinal Bath

Soak the medicine related to the planet on the night with which you will take a bath. Next morning, recite the Mantra by rotating your finger 108 times in water containing medicine. After this, keep reciting the same Mantra silently while taking a bath.

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Medicinal Bath For Sun

Sun – If the Sun is in a debilitated state in Kundali and it is giving you problems and diseases, then soak the following medicine in copper utensil and recite the following Mantra on Sunday morning by revolving your ring finger in water. This will make water get the effects of Mantras. After this, mix this water in another bucket containing water and take a bath.

Medicine – Vine Root, Red Flowers, Liquorice, Saffron and Cedar.

Mantra – ॐ ह्री घ्रणि सूर्याय नमः / oṃ hrī ghraṇi sūryāya namaḥ

Medicinal Bath For Moon

If the planet Moon is having a negative impact on horoscope, soak the below-mentioned medicine in silverware on Sunday and take a bath by mixing this water into ordinary water on Monday and recite the following Mantra to get rid of diseases and problems.

Medicine – Boil ingredients such as Khirni root, white sandalwood and Panchgavya and filter them and wait till it turns cool. Now, mix this water into another bucket containing water and recite the following Mantra by rotating your finger 108 times in it.

Mantra –ॐ सोम सोमाय नमः / oṃ soma somāya namaḥ

Medicinal Bath for Mars

Astrological signs compatibility. Soak the below-cited medicine in a copper vessel on Monday and boil it on Tuesday morning and make it lightly cool. Then, recite the following Mantra and take a bath.

Medicine – Anantmool, cedar, red sandalwood and Hibiscus flowers

Mantra – ॐ अं अंगारकाय नमः / oṃ aṃ aṃgārakāya namaḥ

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Medicinal bath for Mercury

If planet Mercury is giving inauspicious results, soak the following Samagri in an earthen pot on Tuesday night and mix the same into ordinary water on Wednesday and take a bath while reciting the below-cited Mantra 108 times.

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Medicine – Make a Samagri of fine particles Vidhara Mool, some cow dung, lotus seeds, any green fruit, honey and some rice.

Mantra– ॐ बुंं बुधाय नमः / oṃ buṃṃ budhāya namaḥ

Medicinal Bath for Jupiter

If there is a negative impact of Jupiter on your horoscope, soak the following medicine in gold or brass utensils on Wednesday night and mix it into another bucket containing water on Thursday and take a bath by reciting the below Mantra.

Medicine- Turmeric, Jasmine, Honey, Liquorice and Giloy

Mantra –ॐ बृं बृहस्पतये नमः / oṃ bṛṃ bṛhaspataye namaḥ

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Medicinal Bath for Venus

If the Sun is in a debilitated state in Kundali and it is giving you problems and diseases, then soak the following medicine in silverware on Thursday and mix it into ordinary water on Friday morning and take a bath by reciting the below Mantra.

Medicine – Cardamom, White Lotus, Mensil and Saffron

Mantra –ॐ शुं शुक्राय नमः / oṃ śuṃ śukrāya namaḥ

Medicinal Bath for Saturn

If planet Mercury is giving inauspicious results, soak the below-mentioned Samagri in an iron vessel on Friday night and mix the same into ordinary water on Saturday morning and recite the below-cited Mantra by rotating your fingers in water and then, take a bath.

Medicine – Black Urad, Black Sesame, Cloves and any Fragrant Flower

Mantra –ॐ शं शनैश्चराय नमः / oṃ śaṃ śanaiścarāya namaḥ

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Medicinal Bath For Rahu

If the planet Moon is having a negative impact on the horoscope, soak the below-mentioned medicine and take a bath by mixing this water into ordinary water on Wednesday evening or Saturday morning while reciting the following Mantra. Use an iron bucket for taking a bath.

Medicine – Sesame, Naagbel, Lobhan, Sesame, Pearl, Gajamad, Lodhra Flower

Mantra –ॐ रां राहवे नमः / oṃ rāṃ rāhave namaḥ

Medicinal Bath For Ketu

If planet Ketu is in a debilitated state in Kundali, boil the following Samagri and filter it on Wednesday or Saturday and mix the same into ordinary water and take a bath while reciting the below-cited Mantra 108 times. This will help you get rid of all problems and diseases.

Medicine – Lobhan, Mustard, Cedar

Mantra –ॐ कें केतवे नमः / oṃ keṃ ketave namaḥ

Special Precaution – Do not use soap after taking a bath and get full benefits of the medicines.

We hope the above mentioned medicines and Mantras will help you get rid of inauspicious effects of planets. If you are in a dilemma concerning any aspect of your life, feel free to make a call to Acharya Mragaank.

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Thailand's 'Queen Sirikit Navaratna' necklace.

Navaratna (Sanskrit: नवरत्न) is a Sanskritcompound word meaning 'nine gems' or 'ratnas'. Jewellery created in this style has important cultural significance in across many southern, and south-eastern Asian cultures as a symbol of wealth, status, and also as having other claimed talismanic benefits to health and wellbeing. The setting of the stones is believed to hold mystical powers, tied to astrology, mythology and intrinsically linked to the Indian religions of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. The ancient origin of the significance behind the nine gems has proved impossible to trace but is inherently tied to mythological concepts around cosmology and astrology and the 'Navagrahas', or 'nine celestial gods'.

Brass In Vedic Astrology Horoscope

The stones are often set within gold or silver jewellery with a ruby as the centrepiece representing the Sun. Each additional stone around the ruby then represents another celestial body within the solar system, or a node, in addition to representing metaphysical concepts of good fortune, and the characteristics and personalities of religious figures. For traditional purposes and the purported health benefits, the arrangement of the stones and their position to the body is of particular significance, as is the quality of the gemstones.

Navaratna across languages and cultures[edit]

The word Navaratna has equivalent translations as below, each culture largely reflects the same core concepts of the values of the stones, and their significance. Some specific settings of the stones hold unique relevance in particular countries however such importance is given to this combination of nine gems that they are recognised as sacred in almost all the countries of Asia, including, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia, regardless of religious and cultural differences.[1]

Translation of Navaratna[edit]

  • Navaratna in Sinhalese , Sanskrit, Hindi, Nepali, Kannada, Burmese, Bengali and Indonesian
  • Navaratinam in Tamil
  • Navaratnalu in Telugu
  • Navaratnam in Malayalam
  • Nawaratna in Malay
  • Nawarat or Noppharat in Thai

Recognition in Thailand[edit]

In Thailand, the Navaratna is officially recognised as a national and royal symbol of the king. A high award given by the king is called 'Noppharat Ratchawaraphon' (the Ancient Auspicious Order of the Nine Gems).[2]

Ribbon of the Order

The decoration consists of a single class (Knight). The insignia is:

  • Pendant of the Nine Gems, on a yellow sash with a red, blue and green trims, worn over the right shoulder of the left hip (for men). For women, the Pendant of the Nine Gems is attached onto a silk ribbon, worn on the front left shoulder.
  • Star of the Nine Gems, to wear on the left chest
  • Gold Ring of the Nine Gems, for men, to wear on the right ring finger.[3]

Gems and planets[edit]

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Late Thai astrologer Horacharn Thep Sarikabutr has given the meaning of these nine gems in his Parichad-Jataka (chapter 2, verse 21, page 35–36) translated as follows:[4]

'Top quality and flawless ruby is the gem for the Sun, natural pearl for the Moon, red coral for Mars, emerald for Mercury, yellow sapphire for Jupiter, diamond for Venus, blue sapphire for Saturn, hessonite for Rahu (ascending lunar node), and cat's eye for Ketu (descending lunar node).'

This quote attributed to the Sanskrit 'Brihat Jatak' is also quoted in the 'Mani-mala' page 575, verse 79 by S.M. Tagore (1879), and also in the ancient 'Jataka Parijata,' chapter 2, sloka 21 compiled by Sri Vaidyanatha Dikshitar,

माणिक्यं तरणेः सुजात्यममलं मुक्ताफलं शीतगोः
माहेयस्य च विद्रुमं मरकतं सौम्यस्य गारुत्मतम
देवेज्यस्य च पुष्पराजमसुराचार्यस्य वज्रं शनेः
नीलं निर्मलमन्ययोश्च गदिते गोमेदवैदूर्यके

and reads in Sanskrit transliterated as follows:

māṇikyaṃ taraṇeḥ sujātyamamalaṃ muktāphalaṃ śītagoḥ
māheyasya ca vidrumaṃ marakataṃ saumyasya gārutmatama
devejyasya ca puṣparājamasurācāryasya vajraṃ śaneḥ
nīlaṃ nirmalamanyayośca gadite gomedavaidūryake

Translation:

  • Ruby (māṇikyaṃ) for Surya (taraṇeḥ) (Sun),
  • Pearl (muktāphalaṃ) for Chandra (Moon),
  • Red coral (vidrumaṃ) for Mangala (māheya) (Mars),
  • Emerald (maratakaṃ) for Budha (saumya) (Mercury),
  • Yellow sapphire (puṣparājaṃ) for Bṛhaspati (devejya) (Jupiter),
  • Diamond (vajraṃ) for Shukra (asurācārya) (Venus),
  • Blue sapphire (nīlaṃ) for Shani (Saturn),
  • Hessonite (gomeda) for Rahu (the ascending lunar node)
  • Cat's eye (vaidūryaṃ) for Ketu (the descending lunar node),

'..these gems must be high-born and flawless.'[5]

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Setting arrangement[edit]

Nine navaratna gems in a Nava-graha pendant-yantra.
A gold ring studded with Navaratna

The traditional setting and arrangement of these nine gems is shown in the illustration. A ruby (representing the Sun) is always in the center, surrounded (clockwise from the top) by a diamond, a natural pearl, red coral, hessonite, a blue sapphire, cat's eye, a yellow sapphire, and an emerald. This is the same placement as the Nava-graha Yantra.

Traditionally, no gem other than a ruby or a red spinel is set in the center of a nine gems arrangement. To do so is believed to go against the flow of nature. Because the Sun is the center of the solar system, its gem is positioned in the heart of a Navaratna Talisman.[6]

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For an example of the navaratna in a necklace setting, see Thailand's 'The Queen Sirikit Navaratna.'[7]

Navaratna gem purity[edit]

In the above sloka the words sujatyam-amalam (sujati=high born, and amala=completely pure or flawless) are significant. According to Asian belief systems, only clean, top-quality gems are considered to be auspicious.

In further support of this mostly overlooked dictate, in the Hindu 'Garuda Puranam,' chapter 68, verse 17, it is stated by narrator Sri Suta Goswami:

' Pure, flawless gems have auspicious powers which can protect one from demons, snakes, poisons, diseases, sinful reactions, and other dangers, while flawed stones have the opposite effect.'

And from the ancient ' Agni Purana,' chapter 246, slokas 7 and 8:

'A gem free from all impurities and radiating its characteristic internal luster should be looked upon as an escort of good luck; a gem which is cracked, fissured, devoid of luster, or appearing rough or sandy, should not be used at all.'[8]

Contemporary ideas on gem therapy by Yogananda in Autobiography of a Yogi[edit]

'Just as a house can be fitted with a copper rod to absorb the shock of lightning, so the bodily temple can be benefited by various protective measures. Ages ago our yogis discovered that pure metals emit an astral light which is powerfully counteractive to negative pulls of the planets. Subtle electrical and magnetic radiations are constantly circulating in the universe [..] This problem received attention from our rishis; they found helpful not only a combination of metals, but also of plants and most effective of all faultless jewels of not less than two carats. The preventive uses of astrology have seldom been seriously studied outside of India. One little-known fact is that the proper jewels, metals, or plant preparations are valueless unless the required weight is secured, and unless these remedial agents are worn next to the skin.'

Gems in sidereal astrology[edit]

According to Hindu astrology, life on earth is influenced by the navagrahas, or nine influencers. The placement of the navagrahas in one's horoscope supposedly have an influence throughout an individual's life. Wearing the nine gems is said to provide an astrological balance and benefit to the wearer. Hindu astrology also says that these gems potentially may have both positive or negative influences on human life, and that astrological gems should be worn only after consulting a Vedic astrologer, who is also conversant with gems. Based on an individual's sidereal horoscope, either a single gem or a combination of compatible gems is advised to be worn to harness beneficial planets or counteract harmful planets.[9][10] The supposed 'astrological' or 'piezoelectric' benefit of wearing or donating gems has not been scientifically quantified.

Religions that recognise Navaratna[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^Richard Brown (2007). Mangala Navaratna (page 1). Hrisikesh Ltd. ISBN974-07-1853-1.
  2. ^'Reference Thai Government'. Archived from the original on 2009-10-05. Retrieved 2009-08-28.
  3. ^'How to wear navaratna'. Archived from the original on 2009-06-21. Retrieved 2010-05-17.
  4. ^Richard Brown (2007). Mangala Navaratna. Hrisikesh Ltd. pp. 1–2. ISBN974-07-1853-1.
  5. ^Richard S. Brown (1995). Ancient Astrological Gemstones & Talismans. AGT Ltd. p. 47. ISBN974-89022-4-2.
  6. ^Richard Brown (2007). Mangala Navaratna. Hrisikesh Ltd. p. 2. ISBN974-07-1853-1.
  7. ^Bangkok Gems & Jewellery Magazine (1993). A New Addition to the Crown Jewels of Thailand. BGJ Bangkok.
  8. ^Richard S. Brown (2008). Ancient Astrological Gemstones & Talismans (2nd ed.). Hrisikesh Ltd. pp. 33, 51. ISBN978-974-8102-29-0.
  9. ^Harish Johari (1982). The Healing Power of Gemstones. Destiny Books. p. 35. ISBN0-89281-215-X.
  10. ^Howard Beckman (2000). Vibrational Healing With Gems. Balaji Publisher. ISBN81-212-0704-5.

External links[edit]

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