Naidhana Tara Meaning In Telugu

Navatara Chakra

NAVATARA CHAKRA

Vaishnavi meaning - Astrology for Baby Name Vaishnavi with meaning Goddess Parvati; Worshipper of Lord Vishnu; Goddess Durga, Ganga, Tulsi; Worshipper of Lord Vishnu. This name is from the Hindu; Indian;Bengali;Gujarati;Hindi;Kannada;Malayalam;Marathi;Oriya;Tamil;Telugu origin. Variations of this names are Vaishnavi. Vaishnavi is a girl name with meaning Goddess Parvati; Worshipper of Lord.

Navatara, derived from Nava (nine) and Tara (star) is the ordering of the 27 nakshatras in three groups of nine stars each.

  • Madhura Madhura Tara Meenaakshi Kanchi Pattuna Kaamaakshi Mahini Mahima Gala Meenakshi Kaasii Lo Visaalaakshi Madhura Madhura Tara Meenaakshi Kanchi Pattuna Kaamaakshi Mahini Mahima Gala Meenakshi Kaasii Lo Visaalaakshi Jaaji Mallelaa Ghumaghumalaa Jaavalii Letha Siggula Sarigamala Jaabilii Ammaa Meenakshii Idi Nee Meenakshi Varamulu ChilakaSwaramulu Chilaka.
  • Sathaka Tara – Favorable – Good. Vadhai Tara – Suffering and hardships – Bad. Maithra Tara – Friendly – Good. Parama Maithra Tara – Very Friendly – Good. The procedure of finding Tara Porutham is as under: For Tara calculation you should start counting the Nakshtras from the bride to Nakshatra of the groom and divide it by 9.

Lagna Navatara: ‘Tara’ the goddess of spiritual splendor is the spouse of Brhaspati (Jupiter) and who governs, intelligence (Lagna). The Navatara chakra is drawn starting from the nakshatra occupied by Lagna in the birth chart/prasna and is called Lagna Navatara.

Masa/ Varsha Navatara: Tara was kidnapped by the Moon god Chandra (Soma) on the dark night of amavasya (Krsna 15 tithi). Soma hid inside the plants/ trees during this day and copulated with Tara causing the birth of their illegitimate child Budha (Mercury). On realizing his error, Chandra released Tara at the end of amavasya, the moment called amanta and the chart drawn for this moment is used for all mundane purposes including the Navatara chakra for the year or month.

Janma Navatara: The birth constellation is called Janma Nakshatra and the Navatara chakra down is using the Moon’s constellation as starting point is called Janma Navatara Chakra.

Navatara nomenclature: The nine stars are called (1) Janma (2) Sampat (3) Vipata (4) Ksema (5) Pratyari (6) Sadhaka (7) Vadha (8) Mitra and (9) Atimitra.

(1) Janma means birth and refers to the self, well being, life and everything that the mind must experience at a personal level or intelligence must act on.

(2) Sampat means wealth and is derived from sampad, a samskrta word meaning to acquisition, possess, enjoy, benefit, advantage, grow and be a blessing. It gives excellence, glory, beauty and splendor. It brings good fortune, prosperity and riches.

(3) Vipata means misfortune and calamity. It indicates all kind of troubles, obstacles and hindrances that lead to sorrow and suffering at the material level.

(4) Ksema means residing, restoring and being at ease, comfortable, shows an overall prosperous disposition, free from disease (it is opposite of being at ease). It brings in spiritual bliss and final emancipation (moksa). It refers to the perfume of sandal. It shows something/ someone very secure and safe and being protected by Durga.

(5) Pratyari is derived from ‘ari’ meaning enemy and pratyari refers to the well matched enemy equal to the native in all respects and capable of inflicting terrible pain and suffering.

(6) Sadhaka refers to efficiency and skill introducing accomplishments and abilities. It indicates the productive and fruitive side of everything and brings supporters/ assistants. A Sadhaka is one who does sadhana to attain siddhi.

(7) Vadha means vanquisher or destroyer. It is killer nakshatra and is also called naidhana Tara. It refers to capital or corporeal punishment and includes slaughter, murder, destruction and death. It causes someone/ thing to disappear. It causes heat and shows defects and imperfections. It is a raksasa (demonical being).

(8) Mitra means friend and refers to close companions like spouse or an associate. Mitra is an aditya who solemnizes agreements and marriage vows or ties of any kind, including treaties. It brings about blood relationships and refers to all those who stand strong during battle and protect.

(9) Atimitra shows a superlative form of ‘mitra’ where a spiritual bonding is expressed. It goes beyond normal human ties and is super human in its expression of love indicating something divine. For example if mitra brings glory then atimitra is crowning glory.

VIMSOTTARI LORDSHIP OF NAKSATRA

There is various planetary lordship schemes for nakshatra of which, the Vimsottari scheme is universally applicable. The natural Navatara chakra reckoned from the first Asvini nakshatra allocates the lordship of the Navatara to Ketu, Venus, Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury in that order.

Rajiv Gandhi born on 20th August 1944, 7:11:28 AM IST, Mumbai 72E50 18N58. At the time of birth both Lagna and Moon are in Purva Phalguni Nakshatra showing that Lagna and Janma Navatara chakra are one and the same.

Jupiter and Atmakaraka Mercury gave digbala (directional strength) in Lagna and they are the lords of Sadhaka and Mitra nakshatra (Navatara scheme) promising support, success and fame (Jupiter) and family, friends and great associations (Mercury). The Moon as lord of Vipata nakshatra shows obstacles and reluctance is initially following the path of mother (Moon). Venus as lord of Janma nakshatra is family well placed in Lagna, but is debilitated in Navamsa in mercurial sign, thereby transferring the task of giving ill health or suffering to Mercury. The close conjunction of Moon and Venus generates Vaitanika yoga giving great leadership qualities but it is also Rudra yoga indicating danger from travel or women (Venus) and with Moon shows one who acts as if pregnant. Rahu, lord of Pratyari nakshatra is the worst malefic being a maraka from Lagna in Rasi and Navamsa. It is also strong and vargottama in 12th house of end of life and secret enemies.

8th September 1960: Death of father Feroze Jehangir Gandhi: Sun dasa Rahu antardasa. We can see how Rahu has robbed him of the little association he had with father after his parents reconciled in 1958 at the advent of Sun dasa.

27th May 1964: Death of Grandfather Jawaharlal Nehru: Sun dasa Venus antardasa. Weak Venus involved in Rudra yoga with Moon and is lord of Janma nakshatra.

31st October 1984: Death of Mother Indira Gandhi: Rahu dasa Jupiter antardasa: The culprit is Rahu the terrible malefic lord of Pratyari nakshatra. Jupiter the lord of Sadhaka nakshatra has directional strength and shows astounding achievements like the parliamentary elections of 1984 where he won with an unheard victory (404 seats in Parliament out of 545). Jupiter as lord of 5th (power, authority) and 8th (inheritance) only confirmed inheritance of leadership/ political legacy of mother.

1989 elections: Rahu dasa Saturn antardasa: Saturn as lord of Vadha nakshatra shows terrible enemies belonging to the old order who shall come in garb of friends (Saturn in 11th house of friends). Amitabh Bachchan and V P Singh were two friends who let him down. V P Singh accused him of corruption (Saturn aspect Lagna) thereby denting his reputation. In the 1989 elections, the lion still roared and Rajiv Gandhi, inspite of the Bofors scandal created by V P Singh, led the congress to be the single largest party (197 out of 545). Yet he allowed the others to form government through strange coalitions: Each of them survived a few months – V P Singh, Devi Lal and Chandra Sekhar all fell to greed. Elections were declared again in 1991.

21st May 1991: Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi: Rahu dasa Mercury Antardasa Rahu Pratyantara is a classic case of maraka’s (2nd/ 7th lord of Leo). Rahu is lord of Pratyari showing infliction by enemies. In the evening of that fateful day, Moon was in Purva Phalguni nakshatra proving that Janma nakshatra can be dangerous. Mercury as lord of Parama Mitra Tara is beneficial showing that Rajiv Gandhi was surely going to win the election, but it carries the energy of Venus (debilitated) and Moon in Virgo Navamsa.

To be continued with more case studies.

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Naidhana Tara Meaning In Telugu
  • Taarablam is related with Muhurta Sastram.
  • Tarabalam confirms whether a selected muhurtam is suitable to our nakshatram or not.
  • Totally 9 types of taarabalam's are there. They are
  1. Janma Tara
  2. Sampat Tara
  3. Vipat Tara
  4. Kshema Tara
  5. Pratyak Tara
  6. Saadhana Tara
  7. Naidhana Tara
  8. Mitra Tara
  9. Parama Mitra Tara

In above mentioned tara’s 2,4,6,8 and 9 tara's are good for any kind of muhurtam.

How To Caluculate Tarabalam?

Calculate the number of nakshatrams present between our janma nakshatram and muhurta nakshatram. Divide the number with 9 and get the sesham/ reminder. The sesham / reminder will be the taarabalam for the selected muhurtam.

  • Persons born in Aswini nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra & Revati
    .
  • Persons born in Bharani nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Kritika, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Aswini
    .
  • Persons born in Kritika nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Bharani.
  • Persons born in Rohini nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Kritika.
  • Persons born in Mrigasira nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Rohini.
  • Persons born in Arudra nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Chitta,Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Mrigasira.
  • Persons born in Punarvasu nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mirgasira, Arudra.
  • Persons born in Pushyami nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Punarvasu.
  • Persons born in Aslesha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mrigasira,Punarvasu, Pushyami
    .
  • Persons born in Magha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra & Revati.
  • Persons born in Pubha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Kritika, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Aswini.
  • Persons born in Uttara nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Bharani.
  • Persons born in Hasta nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Kritika.
  • Persons born in Chitta nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Rohini.
  • Persons born in Swati nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Chitta,Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Mrigasira.
  • Persons born in Visakha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mirgasira, Arudra.
  • Persons born in Anuradha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Punarvasu.
  • Persons born in Jyesta nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mrigasira,Punarvasu, Pushyami.
  • Persons born in Moola nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra & Revati.
  • Persons born in Purvashada nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Kritika, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Aswini.
  • Persons born in Uttarashada nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Rohini, Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Bharani.
  • Persons born in Sravana nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Kritika.
  • Persons born in Dhanishta nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Arudra, Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Rohini.
  • Persons born in Satabisha nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Punarvasu, Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Chitta,Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Mrigasira.
  • Persons born in Purvabhadra nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Pushyami, Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Satabisham, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mirgasira, Arudra.

Naidhana Tara Meaning In Telugu Dictionary

  • Persons born in Uttarabhadra nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Aslesha, Pubba, Hasta, Swati, Visakha, Jyesta, Purvashada, Sravanam, Satabisham, Purvabhadra, Revati, Bharani, Rohini, Arudra, Punarvasu.

Naidhana Tara Meaning In Telugu Translation

  • Persons born in Revati nakshatram will have good taarabalam with following nakshatrams:
    Magha, Uttara, Chitta, Visakha, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashada, Dhanishta, Purvabhadra, Uttarabhadra, Aswini, Kritika, Mrigasira,Punarvasu, Pushyami.