According to Indian mythology, there are Satyuga, Third Yuga, Dvapara Yuga and Kaliyuga periods. Today it is called Kaliyuga and started more than 5,000 years ago. A book written by Maharishi Parashara entitled Brihat Parashara Hora contains predictive principles and the meaning of planets.
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Through divine revelation, mankind has been blessed in many aspects of life through the secret Kundli date. Vedic dates are contained in four holy books called Vedas and six other sections called Wedangi.
These Vedas describe hymns, sacred mantras, philosophy, beliefs and literature. The data contained in the Vedas and Wedangi are the provision of ancient information by sages – saints with divine visions – for the benefit of mankind.
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Today we have the advantage of the observatory to provide information and calculation advantages. The Vedic astrological system is based on two important components, time of birth and date of birth, which are necessary to study Muhurta (a favorable time for starting important life events, for example relationships, marriage, business activities, work, Operations, etc).
Vedic astrology consists of astronomical calculations based on data based on the time and day of birth. The principles of Vedic astrology are supported by developments in astronomy. Planetary influences are indicators of life events. It is believed that planetary influences can be modified to some extent even by planetary means.
A horoscope is a map of the planets on paper (called Kundli in Vedic astrology) in twelve zodiac signs in twelve different houses. The basis of the horoscope is the theory of destiny. In this map we consider the past, present and future effects of planets on humans.