This page is based on Vedic Astrology. Horoscopes based on Vedic & Western Astrology have a difference of about 24 degrees in the planetary positions. Your planets usually change a sign / house between Vedic & Western horoscope.
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.
Sun is a luminary, a star that shines bright enough to light the whole world. Without its heat and light, we are nothing but an ice-ball. Sun is what shakes things up; it is the life giving force. Its energy is profound, and decides whether you become a radiant smiling face or hide behind the clouds of ego and aggression. Sun in Vedic astrology represents the Soul. It is the representation of your outer self, of how you project yourself to the world and what makes you stand apart from the rest. It is the crux of one’s identity and how it is preserved. It is the courage and confidence you employ to fight off the everyday challenges.
Astronomical Facts about Sun
Sun is the biggest celestial body human being is aware of. It is the center of the Solar System and when it comes to its composition, it is a giant ball of plasma, primarily made of hydrogen and helium. It is 149 million km far from Earth yet its influence is most profound on human being compared to other planets. Sun is stationery thus never turns retrograde as everything else in the universe revolves around it. Sun in Vedic astrology terms spends a month in each sign and takes around a year to complete its circle of the whole zodiac and the 12 signs.
Astrological Facts about Sun
Transit in each sign
Ruling Body Part
Heart, hair, head, bones, eyes, and overall health
Status in Imperial Stars
Jupiter, Moon, Mars
Aries 10 Degree
Libra 10 Degree
Leo 20 Degree
Government sector jobs, politicians, physicians, medicines, wheat, gold, copper, and ruby related.
Significance of Sun in Vedic astrology
Sun in Vedic astrology occupies the position of king due to being at the center of it all. Being our natural father, it stands for all the masculine influences in one’s life including Father, husband, and male children. It is the king so represents authority and relation with government too. While Sun represents our innermost self - the soul, we as individuals tend to only manifest the outer self or ego. It gives the natives the ability to lead, desire to earn name and fame, an ambitious attitude, optimism, and a strong will to tackle challenges effectively.
Sun in astrology is also considered to have a regal air so it rules royalty, state and the higher positions as well. It also signifies good health, vitality and wellbeing. A strong Sun in horoscope indicates a person with leadership qualities. Such a person usually enjoys a higher position in society and shares a cordial relationship with father. Native with positively placed Sun is also dependable, generous, and mature.
This fiery planet can be detrimental to health if negatively placed causing baldness, headaches, weak eyesight, blood circulation related problems, bone weakness, and heart problems. A weak Sun in horoscope can also affect one’s relation with father or cause problem to father. Natives with weak Sun usually suffer from low stamina, self-esteem, and indecisiveness. Too strong Sun can result in a domineering or aggressive personality. Such a person may be self-centered and someone who always seeks to be at the center of all action.