We all know that transits are a very important part of astrology. This is because each of the Navagrahas, or nine planets, can have an effect on our lives in a certain way. In Vedic astronomy, the Moon, Sun, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu are some of the planets that are mostly taken into account. Without a doubt, their changes from one sign to another can have important effects on us.
All of the things that are happening in our lives can be traced back to these planets and how they move through the different zodiac signs. This can cause big or small changes in our lives. They can also control many different parts of our lives.
For example, Chandrama, or the Moon, represents the mind. In the same way, the Sun is called a “royal planet” and is in charge of our Kundli’s government job and service chances. Venus, also known as the morning star, is seen as a sign of love and marriage, while Mercury, or Budh in Hindi, is seen as a sign of our intelligence. Jupiter is mostly about our health, and Saturn is about our “Karma,” or deeds, and how they affect our lives. So, it is very important for us to know when and where they are in motion so that we can keep track of the changes they may bring into our lives.
Now, each planet doesn’t move at exactly the same speed. Some of them move slowly, and others are very scared. For example, Saturn moves very slowly, while Mercury moves very quickly. Considering this, it is impossible for a single person to keep track of how this planet moves. But they are very important to us and the way our lives are changing. We’re here to make things easier for you and make sure you don’t miss out on the latest news in the world of astrology by giving you all the information you need about the transits of all the important Navagrahas.