Pañcāṅga refers to the five limbs of time. The quality of time is defined by the pañcāṅga and these are ruled by the pañca devatā – Sūrya (agni), Durgā (jala), Gaṇeśa (pṛthvi), Rudra (vāyu) and Viṣṇu (ākāśa).
2019 BAVA 20th International Conference
Theme: Love, Marriage and Relationships
19 – 24 April 2019
The Workshops are with Pandit Samavedula, Pandit Sanjay Rath, Komilla Sutton and Andrew Foss
The Faculty of Esteemed Vedic Astrologers:-
Pandit Sanjay Rath, Sarbani Rath, Pandit Samavedula, Visti Larsen, Dr Andrew Foss, Komilla Sutton, Gordon Brennan, Keiko Ito, Vijaya Subramanian, Kanwel Thapar, Dalibor Ambrus and Charlotte Bensen
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2019 BAVA Conference Programme
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Lord Narasimha symbolises the exaltation energy of Mars. He gives the power to work, brilliance, strength, tireless effort, courage, fearlessness and brahmacarya as well. People under the influence of Mars including –
1. Mars in Lagna or aspecting Lagna
2. Mars daśā
3. Mars afflicting daśā lord
4. Court case and fights
5. Troubles at work
6. Engineers and technical workers
7. Prone to accident and dangerous work
Saptasloki gītā refers to seven śloka of the Bhagavat gītā considered most auspicious. These śloka map directly to seven weekday planets which related to about birth and karma. The first śloka is for the Sun, second for Moon and so on till the seventh for Saturn. One who recites these seven śloka everyday will be able to overcome major problems and will live a good life.
These seven ślokas can be written on seven pieces of paper, folded and used during a praśna chart. After praying sincerely to Krishna with dvādasākṣari mantra pick up one folded paper.
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