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Vedic Astrology Magazine

Highlights of January-February 2000 Issue • Vol. 4 No. 1

The Contentious Sixth House
Dr. K S Charak
Each house of a horoscopic chart has its own specific significance. Without it, the rest of the horoscope would remain incomplete. Sixth house predominantly deals with the adverse aspects of life, including struggle, enmity, opposition, debt, disease and the like. In this article Dr. Charak deals with all aspects related to the sixth house in his amicable style.

Chaitra Shukla 2000 Chart and the Destiny of India
Anshumalee Sood
The Chaitra Shukla chart is highly authentic for mundane predictions. The writer forecasts the future of India after detailed analysis of the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada chart.

Kaliyuga, the Era of Kali
Dr. Anita Arora
In the grand cosmic scheme, everything in existence follows a cycle of manifestation and dissolution. Ancient Vedic scholars, with their super natural perception, saw that different time segments had their own specific characteristics. The author has picked up the characteristics of this era as mentioned in the celebrated Harivamsha Puraana.

The Lagna and House Lords
Ernst Wilhelm
The third part in the series, the author analysis the rulership of each planet with respect to each lagna and their effects.

Dr. K S Charak
The translation of this four centuries old treatise on natal astrology continues in this article.

Ashwini Kumaras, the ruling Deity of Ashwini Nakshatra
Dr. K S Charak
The story of Ashwins and how the got a share of the Soma Drink.

Fruits of Worshiping Each Nakshatra
Dr. David Frawley
Nakshatras form an essential basis of Vedic astrology. Each nakshatra also has its ruling deity which indicates the nature of the nakshatra on a subtler plane. The present article briefly describes the nature of the various nakshatras, their ruling deities, and the likely fruits of propitiating these nakshatras. The source of the basic information is the Taittiriya Brahmana with scholarly comments from the author.

Ephemeris 2000
As usual, the Nirayana (Sidereal) Ephemeris including the Panchanga happens to be an important feature of this issue.