Here are some ideas, any or all of which might explain why Indian Astrology doesn't include "the nine English planets" as was asked. We'll just toss a few facts out and, though they may "jump around" a bit, it is hoped they paint a picture that, when conceptualized, reveals an acceptable answer to this question. Astrology has been with man since before recorded history. People have looked to the stars in their superstitious ways probably since not long after man began walking upright. Superstition is a part of all cultures across all the peoples of the world from all times recorded. It is almost as if man has evolved with a "superstitious" gene. How could one not embrace the idea that some form of "astrology" or, at the least, a "belief in spirits" has existed from near the time of the dawn of man? The earliest known writings on Astronomy belong to the Babylonians. Their records date back 5000 years, and their idea of celestial omens is systematized in their ancient records. The concepts spread through the Middle East, notably to the Assyrians. They also made their way to Greece, Egypt, India and to China. [Interestingly, the first actual stone construction at Stonehenge is thought to have begun about this time. The stones were late additions to much earlier timber structures, which were, themselves, predated by earthen berms or mounds.] The people of India are the proud inheritants of a long history that dates back at least 9000 years to the first known permanent settlements. Some 5000 years ago, a sophisticated culture began using symbols to communicate - writing. Written Vedic works dated to a few centuries before Christ speak to the Jyotiá¹£a. And it (the Jyotiá¹£a) is early Indian astrological belief, though it could be fairly argued, from the Indian point of view, that it is more "religious" than it is "occult" which is the way it may look to us. The British didn't begin to have a wide influence in India until the 1600's, when the early trading companies were being set up. Indian astrology certainly predates this historic evolution, that is, the establishing of trade as a prelude to the conquest of India and the extension of the British Empire to this land and its people. The broad inclusion of English ideas probably does not predate this historic era by much, if it does at all. Of the "nine English planets" that we know so well, the last three are not visible to the naked eye Their inclusion in any horoscope represents a de facto "late addition" to an existing system of divination. Those last planets, Uranus (dis. 1781), Neptune (dis. 1846) and Pluto (dis. 1930) could have been incorporated only recently. [It will be interesting to see how astrology adjusts to Pluto's "downgrade" to a dwarf planet (134340 Pluto) and to the discovery of dwarf planet Eris (136199 Eris) in the year 2006. And why is Ceres (1 Ceres) discriminated against?] Links have been provided to articles in Wikipedia as some data for this answer was mined from there. But many other sources and a large store of general knowledge are represented by information in this answer.
There are a couple different types of Indian astrology. Vedic astrology is the most common form of Indian astrology and it has three branches. These branches include Siddhanta, Samhita, and Hora.
There are many kinds of astrology such as: Chinese astrology Vedic or Indian astrology Greek astrology Sun sign Tarrot reading et... Please mention which kind of astrology , you are wished to study.
Astrology is an ancient Indian science which explains planetary motions and positions with respect to time and their effect on humans and other entities on earth. Vedic astrology can be traced thousands of years back. Early Vedic astrology was only based on the movement of planets with respect to stars, but later on it started including zodiac signs as well. According to me astrology is a science which predict for us and show a way to alert for future. This article give you an more explanation about the astrology.
Vedic astrology has been in existence and practiced for thousands of years in India. Vedic astrology is also known as Indian astrology. It is very popular. It is also known as Hindu astrology.
India is the origin of Vedic Astrology. Vedic Astrology is an ancient Indian Science which explains Planetary Motions and Positions with respect to Time and their Effects on Humans and Other Entities on Earth. Vedic Astrology can be traced Thousands of years back. Early Vedic Astrology was only based on the movement of Planets with Respect to Stars, but later on it’s started including Zodiac Signs as well. According to Vedas Astrology there are 27 + 1 Constellations made up of 12 Zodiac Signs, 9 Planets and 12 Houses. With each House and Plant representing some aspect of Human Life.
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Indian astrology does not revise constellations.
In Hindu astrology Scorpio is called Vrischika.
The short answer is no. It has several characteristics of psuedoscience; the subject doesn't progress, it relies on confirmation rather than refutation and it's claims are vague and untestable.Other ViewsWell Science resides with logic and i would say that Indian Astrology is logical.I would say Indian Astrology is a part of Science. Yes they are related and very scientific also.
Astrology is the science of planets. This science depicts the effects of planet on human lives. Vedic astrology is the branch of astrology which deals with the study of Veda’s or we can also say it as Hindu astrology. This is because, in India, the study of astrology is from the Vedic period and since last several thousand years, people are practicing this divine science.Importance of Vedic Astrology*The term vedic astrology or the hindu astrology, has been used as the English equivalent of Jyotisha since 19th century. Vedic astrology is relatively a recent term, which entered common usage in the 1970s with self-help publications on Ayurveda or Yoga. Some authors have argued that in the mythology, such as Ramayan and Mahabharata, only electional astrology, omens, dreams and physiognomy is used, but, still, there are several articles and blogs published which cites multiple references in those books where rashi(zodiac) is based.
Rama R. Rao has written: 'Jyoutisha-siddhanta-sara =' -- subject(s): Hindu astrology 'Introduction to Indian Astrology'
There are so many websites which provide vedic and Indian astrology. You can start with published lists, but realize that they can change over time.
Yes, you are considered 25% American Indian.
There is a branch of poets generally known as Indo-English or Indo-Anglican Poets. But many disagree with such classifications. Rabindranath Tagore is generally considered as the beginner of this branch and the foremost among the Indian poets who wrote in English.
Your Sun sign is Gemini as per Vedic Indian Astrology.
According to indian astrology is the brother of goddess lakshmi devi.
Yes, generally. If Leo is woman very good according to Indian astrology.
Why is the Indian economy considered 'a great paradox'
You are only considered American Indian if you are a current member of a tribe.
As per Indian Astrology - No. Pisces is compatible with Scorpio, Cancer, Capricorn and Taurus.
'Noorjahan' was the first Indian film made in English in 1931.
Indian English Academy School was created in 2002.