ary Properties of the 27 Nakshatras:
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urohit Jaya Tirtha Charan dasa (c) all rightsreserved - but can be used for educational non profit purposes and with the due reference made to this asthe original source and myself as the author - thanx =>:-))
Whatever activity we begin at a particular moment retains the qualities of relationshipwith the surroundings of that place and moment of time. Each moment possesses itsown special potency; hence, the importance of starting our enterprises at an auspiciousand favourable moment to ensure a more fruitful and successful outcome to our undertakings. Actually, the beginning of any important enterprise has its own birthchart, and in this chart one can see the life of that enterprise.
When electing favourable moments for beginning our activities, it is important to place the Moon in a favourable constellation, sympathetic towards the activity wewish to enact. To know which constellations are especially favourable to you, it isnecessary to first know your Janma Tara or Birth Constellation. This is easily derivedfrom your birth chart made according to the Sidereal Zodiac. All calculations inVedic astrology are made according to this zodiac.
MOON'S CONSTELLATIONAL TRANSITS
Rohini, Uttaraphalguni, Uttarasadha, and Uttarabhadrapada are FIXED constellationsand are favourable for digging wells, laying foundations or cities, expiatory rituals, planting trees, coronations, buying lands, meritorious deeds, sowing of seeds,installation of Deities, the building of a temple, or any other activity desirous of alasting or permanent effect.
Mrgasira, Citra, Anuradha, and Revati are SOFT or GENTLE constellations good for fine arts, learning, making friendships, sensual pleasures, decorations, sexual union,wearing new apparel, marriage, singing and dancing, processions, auspiciousceremonies, festivities, dealings of agriculture, and journeys.
usya, and Hasta are LIGHT or SWIFT constellations and are good for sports,enjoying items of luxury, starting industries, skilled labour, medical treatments,