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Bhagavad Gita and Astrological Problems

The Bhagavad-Gita, not only had a deep and profound effect on Arjuna, but also many great persons like Sant Dnyaneshwar, Swami Vivekananda, Lokmanya Tilak and even Narendra Modi. This great text has the power to make drastic changes in the lives of those who read it sincerely. However, just reading the Bhagavad-Gita like a parrot is not sufficient; the reader has to understand the meaning of what he is reading.

In a previous post, I had given a generalized description of the fruits and the benefits of each of the chapters of the Bhagavad-Gita.  That post can be seen- Here. In this post, I will explain, some of the benefits of reading certain chapters of the Bhagavad-Gita, based upon the planetary positions of certain planets in the horoscope.

Sudden gain of money and wealth- If a beneficial planet is positioned in the eighth house of a horoscope, there are strong chances of sudden and unexpected gain of money and wealth. Reading the Fourteenth Chapter of the Gita can make this possibility a reality.

Worldly Problems and Mental Unrest- If the eighth house, also called as the Moksha Sthana in astrology is badly aspected or conjoined by malefic and harmful planets, the native has to face many problems in worldly life. Reading the Seventh chapter of the Gita can prove beneficial to such persons and give then mental peace.

Weak Sun or Mars in the Horoscope- Reading the Sixteenth Chapter removes the adverse effects of  these planets if they are badly positioned in the horoscope.

Rahu Peeda- The planet Rahu [North Node] can make life miserable for someone who has a badly positioned Rahu in his horoscope, especially during the Mahadasha and Antardasha of Rahu. Reading the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Chapters of the Gita gives them protection from the dangers attributed to a malefic Rahu.

Shani Peeda- Reading the First Chapter, relives Shani Peeda, especially during the most dreaded period of Sadi-Sati and removes mental lethargy and gives hope to the native.

Recovering from a troublesome Mahadasha or Antardasha- The Sixth Chapter helps the native in recovering after a most problematic Mahadasha or Antardasha, especially those who have gone through a troublesome and adverse Mahadasha or Antardasha of Shani or Guru.


  1. Should the Bhagawat Geeta be read in Sanskrit, or is an english translation as meaningfull and would benefit readers equally?

    1. You can read any language version as long as you understand clearly understand the meaning.

  2. Dear sir;
    Thanks for your good and valuable info.....
    We are getting many more from your post and site....
    I request to you please guide me, how to become a better astologer...I am very interested in this section from long period...but not clarely judge or get knowledge...
    Your guidance is highly appreciated in this matter. ...



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