Read Your Own Horoscope: A Step-By-Step Tutorial to Vedic Astrology

Under the guidance of Pt. Punarvasu, Indastro has been serving astrology patrons since 2001. Backed by years of experience and unique insights from ancient books & sources that are 1500 to 5500 years old, this free Vedic astrology tutorial has been put together with an objective of helping people better their lives. These free lessons from Indastro will help you read your own horoscope. For which you must keep the following points in mind:

  • Go step by step. Until you have mastered one step, do not move to the next.
  • Do not just read, but apply these principles on your own horoscope
  • In the begining, just pay attention to just reading and analyzing a birth chart, rather can drafting one.
  • Go in the same order of lessons as is provided here.
  • Practice and more practice.

Rahu in Fourth House

Such a person is strongly rooted in their home culture and desire to own property and land. Despite their ambitious love for home, they bring in foreign element, in the form of foreign people into their homeland.  Their childhood is characterized by presence of uncustomary elements such as a foreign tutor. Their parents may be quite unpredictable in nature. They seek to preserve their foundations and values, but for potentially fraudulent reasons, possibly their desire to have social privileges. Topics of property ownership, vehicle, education, and boundaries interest them.

They sometimes claim and inhabit the property of others and can be devious in legal matters involving property ownership. Such people pay a lot of attention to their home decoration, furnishings, and overall style. They try to over-represent their role as parents and/or in someone’s primary education. Some unexpected circumstances could form for the native concerning their mother, land, property, or possessions such as vehicles. Rahu’s effect in this house is disruptive to the outdated traditions concerning settlement and homeland.