The importance of astrology is known to many of us since time immemorial. In fact, in the ancient days, no auspicious activity is undertaken without astrological auspice. If this is missing, then a suitable alternative is selected.
In the earlier days, is so happened, that one would check the almanac or Panchang for the auspicious time. A Panchang is a set of 5 aspects that provide the Tithi, Rashi, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karan for a particular day. Thus, the importance of astrology started from this and evolved towards prediction and giving future analysis to the native.
However, this evolution would have not happened if the Hindu scholars not recognised Astrology as the eyes of Vedas. This is well documented in the Puranas. Thus, the importance of Vedas is seen in the Dvapara Yug of Mahabharata.
In fact, the great Mahabharata did not initiate unless, Karna from the Kaurava’s requested, Sahadev (a great astrologer of his time) from Pandeva’s to decide the date and time to start the epic 18-day Mahabharata battle. It is well documented in Bhagawada Puran, that the great Sahadev was the only other Pandava who knew the future of battle, other than Arjuna. It was on the telepathic advice of Lord Krishna, that Sahadev did not reveal the outcome of the battle, until otherwise enquired by anyone.
Thus, there are many such evidences to suggest that Astrology has been learnt and practised in the Vedic days of living and people took the benefit of the same from time to time.
So, how to pursue any astrology course?
Now the article here is to provide a basic approach as to how should one approach pursuing the astrology course.
Step 1: Know the 12 symbols. This is one of the first step. The 12 Zodiac signs in astrology are as follows: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Step 2: Classify the above Zodiac signs: There are two types of classification. The first type is to classify the 12 zodiac signs as under:
The above classification is very important at the time of learning the characteristics of various ascendants or lagans.
The second type of classification is to understand the nature of these zodiac signs. This becomes very important when a native is born in the following zodiac signs.
Step 3: Is to interpret the above zodiac signs with respective to the native’s personality and character.
Step 4: Learn the Nine Planets. Their total period which will operate in a native’s horoscope. This starts from Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu and Venus.
Step 5: Learn about aspect of all these nine planets.
Step 6: Learn the Constellation and nakshatras in astrology. Also, the lords of these Nakshatras should be known in depth. The table below will be helpful.
Step 7: Construct a birth chart accordingly by looking at Panchang. This will help one to put everything together and then form a Panchang.
Step 8: Interpreting the birth chart.
In fact, to the above steps are easily said than done. Since, this will need the guidance of an expert tutor as a learnt and expert astrologer
Is there any institute offering astrology courses in Delhi?
Thankfully, we at Future Point have designed an in-depth and detailed astrology classes in Delhi. These courses will give step by step approach to pursue the same and complete the course with confidence. Interested candidates can attend astrology classes in Delhi centre. Native who have completed the course from our institute have been successful to practise the subject independently. Many of these courses are designed for native depending upon their pace of learning and interest.
Many of these courses are provided in the form to learn astrology online and provide convenience. In fact, interested candidates can reach out to us by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Website www.futurepointindia.com for more details.