Vedic Astrology also is known as ‘Jyotish Shastra’ is an ancient Vedic system of astrological predictions. As per the Vedas, varying on the birth details of a person, Vedic Astrology has 12 houses and 9 planets. A ‘Kundali’ or a horoscope chart is nothing but a visual representation of the signs and the planets.
Vedic astrology is absolutely scientific in character as it involves complex mathematical calculations as well as the consideration of geographical conditions. According to ‘Jyotish Shashtra’, the sun, the moon, the stars, the planets and various other configuration combine together to influence the horoscope chart of a native. These combinations describe the strengths, shortcomings, hobbies, likings, disliking etc.
In a person. A zodiac sign represents a group of persons with similar personality traits. A ‘Kundali’ can describe the hidden problems, grieves, moments of contentment, success, monetary matter and whatnot. Another perspective which adds more accuracy to the Vedic astrology is ‘Dashas’. The term ‘Dashas’ is used to describe the types of upcoming events in the native’s life. Dasha is mainly a ruling period of a particular planet.
Whenever one has a ‘Dasha’ of a planet, the native will suffer or is benefitted by certain similar trends or can be said of same category. A ‘Dasha’ can both be good or bad, depending upon the condition of his/her ‘Kundali’. Vedic astrology is capable unfolding the events year by year, months by months or even for a day. An experienced Vedic Astrologer can succour you in getting the clarity for the future by having an in-depth detail of the birth chart or the ‘Kundali’.