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British government, while digging land in Lahore, found some boards on which Urdu and Persian words were inscribed. These boards were shown to Pandit Girdhari Lal Sharma, who was one of the scholars of astrology and he also had the knowled...


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As per third situation, if there is only one planet placed in the tenth house and its enemy planet is placed in the fourth house.


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Lal Kitab does not consider the principle of natural relationship of planets. In the above mentioned birth-chart, Venus is placed in the Ascendant and Jupiter is placed in the ninth house. According to this position, Jupiter is the buniyad...


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Jupiter gives good results when it is placed in the first house but its results will not be influential if the seventh house is vacant in the birth-chart. When Venus is placed in the seventh house at the time of marriage then it will give g...


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According to Lal Kitab when Mars and Saturn form an alliance in the twelfth house and Moon is placed in the 4th house in the birth-chart, then Rahu does not give malefic results and Kalsarpa also does not create problems in the native's lif...


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According to Lal Kitab, Sun is the most powerful planet among all the nine planets of the zodiac. All the nine planets revolve around the Sun. In Vedic Astrology, Sun is regarded as the supreme planet.


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Moon is a benefic planet and it has a cool and benign nature. It is known as a female planet in Vedic astrology. It is the lord of flora, Yajna, and fasting.


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Mars is an influential and radiant planet of red color. Because of its courageous nature, it is given the status of the commander-in-chief of the Devtas. In Lal Kitab Mars has been called the lion who rears goats, which means it gives stren...


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Venus is the lord of love and desires. It is the brightest as well as the most beautiful planet which shines at both dusk and dawn.


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In Lal Kitab, whether a planet is auspicious or inauspicious, if certain remedies are taken, it provides stability to the results of the planet.


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Firstly, here the planetary aspects are considered and not the aspects of the concerned houses.


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The retrogression of planets has a specific importance in Vedic Astrology. When a planet is at a specific distance from Sun, then the planet is called a retrograde planet.


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