Monsoon Mayhem: Witnessing the Catastrophic Downpour in Himachal Pradesh, India (July-August 2023)
Encounter Himachal’s tumultuous downpour. Traverse July-August 2023’s unprecedented Monsoon Mayhem’s drama and discovery. Astrological alignments have been observed and studied for centuries, providing insights into various aspects of our lives. In July and August 2023, an alignment of Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus in the Leo sign occurred. This alignment signifies a powerful combination of energies and has the potential to impact various areas of our lives, including weather patterns and rainfall. Its implications for weather patterns and rainfall are analogies we have seen in various regions of the north of India, i.e., Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Delhi, Uttarpradesh, Punjab, Chandigarh etc.
Welcome, readers, to this exciting astrological exploration of the alignment of Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus in the Leo sign during July and August 2023, and its potential implications on weather patterns and rainfall in the beautiful region of Himachal Pradesh. Astrology has long been regarded as a tool for understanding the interplay between celestial bodies and their influence on our daily lives. In this blog post, we will delve into the significance of this celestial event and its potential effects on the weather and rainfall in Himachal Pradesh.
The Insanity of India’s Monsoon Season: July 2023 Rainfall Breaks All Records
The month of July 2023 witnessed an unprecedented rainfall event in India, particularly impacting regions such as Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab. As a professional observer of mundane astrology, I have been closely monitoring the celestial movements to understand the reasons behind this extraordinary weather phenomenon. In Delhi, the capital city, the monsoon rains during July 2023 broke all previous records, resulting in severe flooding and disruption of daily life. The excessive precipitation overwhelmed the city’s drainage systems, leading to waterlogging and traffic chaos. This exceptional rainfall can be attributed to a combination of astrological factors that influenced the atmospheric conditions over the region. Similarly, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab experienced an unusually high amount of rainfall during the same period. The abnormal weather patterns caused widespread landslides, flash floods, and damage to infrastructure. Understanding the astrological aspects at play helps shed light on the underlying reasons for these extreme weather events.
Astrological analogy and the onset of heavy rainfall
According to my analysis, the alignment of certain celestial bodies during July 2023 created a unique configuration that intensified the monsoon activity in these regions. Planetary positions, such as the influence of Jupiter and Saturn, played a significant role in amplifying the moisture-laden winds from the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal, resulting in heavy downpours. Furthermore, the interaction between Mars and Venus further contributed to the intensification of rainfall.
The combined effect of these planetary alignments disrupted the usual monsoon patterns, causing an excessive influx of moisture-laden clouds over Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab. While it is essential to acknowledge the natural variability of weather patterns, understanding the astrological influences provides valuable insights into the reasons behind the extraordinary rainfall witnessed in July 2023. By studying these celestial phenomena, we can enhance our preparedness and response strategies to mitigate the impacts of such extreme weather events in the future.
Below are the points that have a major role in bringing heavy rainfall and downpours for many days:
1. Even if it is not the rainy season, there may be a catastrophic downpour if a number of planets are congregated in the same rashi. This is especially true if Mars, the Sun, and Rahu are also congregated in the same nakshatra as the other planets.
2. When the Moon conjuncts Venus or is in the constellation Trikona, there is a change in the weather; during the rainy season, good showers take place unless there are preventing elements present.
3. The movement of Mars from one rashi to another, which brings about a discernible shift in the climate within a span of two days and, if it occurs during the wet season, favorable precipitation. Mars, the most powerful planet, is responsible for precipitation on Earth.
4. When a prominent planet shifts its position within a rashi, there is a discernible shift in the prevailing weather patterns.
5. There is a shift in the temperature and humidity levels whenever a planet goes into retrograde or direct motion. Mercury is an essential planet that should not be overlooked. Venus cannot independently affect the climate, either directly or by its retrograde motion.
6. The sky will be cloudy and rainy if the dispositor aspects a powerful moon.
7. If there are more favorable stars in Dakshina Nadi, rain will fall; if there are more unfavorable stars in Uttara Nadi, rain will not fall.
8. The development of clouds takes place when the planets Mercury and Venus, Mercury and Jupiter, and Venus and Jupiter are in the same rashi together and have favourable aspects to one another.
9.Venus, behind the slow-moving planet, causes wind. Many planets in Pawannadi are destructive nadis.
More can be learned from : ” Astro Meteorology Research study on Monsoon 2015 “
In many parts of India, notably in the country’s northern regions, the month of July 2023 was marked by a deluge of rainfall on a scale never before seen. Because of the unprecedented amount of precipitation that has fallen, the states of Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, and Uttarakhand have all been seriously hit. In what can only be described as monsoon craziness, these regions have been hit by a monstrous rainfall that has shattered previous records and caused widespread anarchy and destruction.
The persistent rainfall has caused flash floods, landslides, and waterlogging, which have resulted in the isolation of populations and the crippling of infrastructure. Heavy rains are continuing to cause chaos in the nation’s capital, Delhi, which is known for its lively streets and culture but has came to a complete halt as a result of the storm. Roads have been flooded, transit has been interrupted, and power has been cut off as a result since the drainage system of the city has shown to be incapable of managing such an overwhelming volume of water. Residents are struggling to cope with the aftereffects of this severe weather event, which has prompted many of them to flee their homes and seek refuge in other locations temporarily.
In a similar vein, the magnificent hill stations of the states of Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Uttarakhand have taken the brunt of the damage caused by this monsoon lunacy. Overnight, these well-known tourist destinations, which are located in the midst of the gorgeous Himalayas, were transformed into disaster areas. The relentless rains has not only caused key routes to become impassable, but it has also been responsible for the loss of countless lives. The search for people who have gone missing has begun, and relief efforts have been organised for those who have been impacted.
Impacts on Agriculture and Infrastructure
Both the authorities and the citizens of this area have been taken aback by the extraordinary nature of this rainfall. As a result of the magnitude of the issue, the administration at the local level is having trouble keeping up with the demands placed on emergency services. Efforts are being made to get things back to normal as quickly as possible while also providing aid to those who are in desperate need. However, it seems as though the path to recovery will be a long and difficult one.
It is imperative that, while we struggle to deal with the aftermath of this monsoon mayhem, we take some time to think about the ramifications of climate change. There is no doubt that our climate is shifting as a direct result of the increasing severity and frequency of extreme weather events like these. It is vital that we take preventative actions to lessen the effects of climate change and establish resilient communities that are able to weather the difficulties that will be presented.
In summary, the rainfall that occurred in northern India in July 2023 broke records and left a path of devastation in its wake. The territories that have been impacted by this extraordinary monsoon mayhem, which includes Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Uttarakhand, are currently attempting to deal with the aftermath of the disaster. As we work towards recovery, it is crucial that we address the underlying causes of such catastrophic weather events and prioritise sustainable solutions for a more resilient future. This can only be accomplished if we focus our efforts.
The alignment of Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus in Leo sign in July and August 2023 holds significant implications for weather patterns and rainfall in Himachal Pradesh. While astrology cannot provide specific predictions, it offers valuable insights into the general trends and tendencies that may arise during this period. The potential for increased rainfall and erratic weather patterns calls for preparedness, early warning systems, and environmental conservation measures to mitigate the risks and ensure the safety and well-being of Himachal Pradesh and its inhabitants. Let us embrace the celestial dance and its potential impacts with mindfulness and proactive action.
Note: Astrology is a belief system and should be approached with an open mind and used for entertainment purposes only. Always rely on established meteorological organizations and expert advice for accurate weather forecasts and disaster preparedness.
Mundane Astrology : Decoding Scientific reasons for 9 Days of extreme Heatwave in Nautapa in the upcoming summer during the Pre-monsoon season
What is Nautapa ( 9 days of Extreme Heatwaves )?
Nautapa means 9 days of scorching heat generated due to the solar movement over Rohini Nakshatra,. As per the Koorma chakra, Rohini Nakshatra rules the center of the earth, and also rules the center point of India falls in central India. The beginning of Nautapa starts in the Rohini region and lasts for 9 days due to the Solar & Lunar Movement around these 9 days during the Lunar month of Jyestha ( as per the Georgian calendar it is ending in May and beginning of June ). Nau-Tapa usually starts From May 25 to June 2 every year approximately, and the effect of Nautapa can be seen majorly across the globe. Its Most Severe impact is over South Western monsoon conditions.
Reasons for intense warm weather during Nautapa
Due to the scorching heat of the Sun, and as per Siddhantic belief, the direct rays of the sun fall on the earth whenever the sun transits over the Taurus sign and especially around Kritika and Rohini nakshatra, and the atmosphere becomes hot, which creates a situation of storms and windstorms, as a result, the outbreak of heat in most parts of the country increases, dust storms and severe heat disrupts the life. This year, with the entry of the Sun in Rohini Nakshatra, the 9 days of the Scorching heat usually start in the Jyestha Month of May & June from the 25th of May 2022. During this lunar month, the sun will stay in Rohini Nakshatra till 15th June 2022 & journey of the Sun in Rohini nakshatra usually gives an intense weather scenario because of its direct connection with the earth’s atmosphere as per the majority of views observed in Sahimta Shashtra.
During Sun entry in Rohini Nakshatra Sun will be very closer to earth and its Rays will have a direct impact on the majority of places across the globe specially from Central India to Northern India, especially on one side of place will have More Impact on earth due to maximum planetary alignment have a stronger impact on one side of earth sphere during this movement & Sun will be transiting very closely to earth in the northern hemisphere, whereas first 9 days of Sun traveling toward Rohini Nakashtra gives intense heat & warm weather that helps in the strong conception of clouds for upcoming Monsoon for 2-3 Months ( From June to November – will have an effect on both Southwest & southeast monsoon ).
This time Sun will enter Rohini Nakshatra on the 25th of May 2022 in the afternoon time and its effect will remain till June 3 (9 days). These nine nights/days are called the 9 hottest days of the year when the Sun is closest to the Earth, which usually causes severe heat and warm weather almost in all the states of India or other countries as well.
Vedic Reason for Nau-tapa in Jyestha Month
When Sun Entered the Constellation of the Moon ( Rohini), Moon usually travels to 9 Nakashtras and starts grabbing the heat, which is why it is called Nau-Tapa which usually brings inconsistent warm weather and heat in the Atmosphere. It has been said that the whenever Moon during these transits causes rain it will give the signal for the upcoming days that the monsoon will bring low rainfall, which is called the Rohini Throat.
The reason being, As per the early Ancient observations the four days commencing from the eighth day in the light half of the month of Jyeshta (i.e 4 days after the mid of the month of May and June – from 15th May to 15th June), which falls in half of May ( Jyestha ) and June ( Ashada) month are Known as Vayu Dharan months – The days when the movements of the wind are seen and observed in the Jyeshta month freely from North-west to East direction with full of the rich amount of moisture in it ( In Scientific terms the process of condensation is high during these days near coastal regions).
Those 4 days when the wind is heavy moving near around moon movement in Swati to Visakha nakshatra are vital clues for judging the nature of the health of the Pregnancy of the rain clouds for upcoming monsoon seasons. Here observation of wind direction and its richness with Apah ( Water) movement in these particular 4 days is most important. If there is no wind in those 4 days we can expect the coming months will be much dry in nature and humidity will be higher. If there are enough winds in those 4 days, should be gentle, and agreeable and if the Sky Should be covered by fine, bright clouds then there will be the possibility of good rainfall in the Monsoon else monsoon will be a bit delayed and the level of humidity will be more.
From 15th June onward if you observe any possibility of raindrops or moisture contents in the air then there should be enough rainfall in continues 4 days when the Moon will Pass through Swati to Jyestha Nakshatra (Libra Sign to the First Half of Vishkha). If there is rainfall during Swati to Viskhka Nakshatra for full 4 days, we can say with surety that the monsoon is near to Shower full of insistent rainfall in Shravana to Karttika Month (August to November, else there will be the possibility of a drought-like situation in the rainy season )
These 9 days of Nautapa are like 9 days of pregnancy of clouds where the more the heat generates due to the Sun and Moon movement over Rohini Nakshatra and more it can carry rain causing clouds for the coming monsoon seasons. These 9 days are actually called Pregnancy clouds of the monsoon and mother earth bears it for the goodwill of mankind. Because of the extreme heat of the Sun in the Jala Tattva of Rohini Nakashtras ( Rohini is actually a star name Aldebaran, the eye of the Bull, Aldebaran is about 44 times the Sun’s diameter ), it increases or fastens the cycle of the Condensation process from the coastal regions, that’s the reason it is called the Monsoon Garabhdharan period. This year the process of Nau-Tapa starts when Sun will enter Rohini Nakshatra on the 25th of May from 10 degrees 00 ‘ 40′ and it will remain till the 3rd of June 2022.
During this period, The sun which is actually considered to be a symbol of glory and furious heat enters the moon’s constellation Rohini and takes its constellation fully under its influence and the earth’s elements of Fire & water will go in a process to create Regeneration process for crops, plants, forests, animals & river to balance the nature and the level of heat usually increases at a greater level. Due to the heat rise during this period storms usually start coming on the earth which we will see in the coming Ashad Month ( from 15th of June 2022 onward till 13th July ) & later in Shravan month when Sun will oppose the Saturn from 14th July to 12th August chances are higher than we can see the maximum impact of SolarWinds and rainstorms in the earth along with windstorm in coastal regions of India, as Saturn will impact Both Rahu & Mars by 90 degree that can give much damage in Southwestern & Eastern regions via cyclone, floods or via damage in the seashore.
Understanding the Scientific Reason
Scientifically, the unknown reason behind this scorching heat is could be due to the inner solar activities happening in the sun which usually start when the sun gets influenced by Mercury, Jupiter & Saturn which triggers Solar activities in the sun’s inner region and black spots usually appears on sun surface that helps in the change in weather scenario of earth. Scientists are never able to understand The Sun’s influence on the earth’s weather conditions but researchers are slowly figuring out how the solar wind can indirectly affect clouds over the poles, its effects on the Earth’s weather and climate are still a mystery for most of the researchers.
According to JoAnna Wendel, research has found that the interplanetary magnetic field (IMF) can cause certain effects in the Earth’s ionosphere but its impact on changes in climate remains still a mystery. According to Lam, et al., there are strong correlations found between the changes in the IMF and atmospheric pressure anomalies for the Earth’s polar troposphere which can result in a change in the atmospheric pressure to cause changes in cloud physics. Thus it can be said that it has a wider effect on weather and climate.
Understanding Medini Jyotish Reason
It has been seen that whenever Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn closely or loosely conjugate, influence, or Aspects sun in any sign, a high amount of solar activities in the surface area of the sun usually increases for the whole month. Such solar activities have also been noticed during Lunar and Solar eclipses too but depend on eclipse type, Half or full or partial, etc. During these combustion or conjugation periods,” Black Dark shafts” in Solar discs have usually been observed with different shapes and sizes in addition to the increasing amount of temperature and heat also being noticed in the earth’s atmosphere too. This has been noticed on the 17th of August 2015 when the sun ingresses on Leo, Sun was closely Conjugated with Jupiter in the Leo sign, in a close combustion state with an orbital distance of 9 degrees opp to earth – ” Tamasa karakas or Sunspot ” appeared in the Sun.
The same is the case when In august 2015 Scientists observed two sun spots with rod and key-like shapes. During these sunspot phases, a major break in power (Electricity) and satellite Communication channels is usually observed. In the “August-September” 2015 month sun-spot impact has been seen more in the Northern Hemisphere Regions, which were closer to the line of Cancer. The rise of temperature in atmospheres has also been noticed after these dark shafts. It has been further noticed during these dark shafts rain clouds are usually unable to shower rain and the weather behaves strangely and also raises the possibility of earthquakes in those areas wherever these sunspots appear geographically. (Source : Brihat Samhita, Adityachar) .
” Tamasakilakas ” or Dark Shafts in the Solar disc region is ancient wisdom on Sunspots research as described by Acharya Varahamihira in Brihat Samhita around 500 AD when there was no science and any scientists available to analyze the impact of Sunspots. This shows Ancient astronomers were already known to most of the Facts in nature “
– Source – Brihat Samhita of Acharya Varahmihira, by Ramakrishna Bhat , Adityachara, Chapter 3,Verse 9,10,11,12 &13
Heatwave scenario of India for the Pre-Monsoon season of 2022
Now coming back to Nau-Tapa Process, there will be sudden shift weather scenario from 22nd May 2022 onward When Sun will join Saturn, later on will be in conjunction in Dhanistha nakahstra, further conjoin with Jupiter, Mars & venhs on 23rd May 2022 and we may see dynamic change in weather from 24th of May when Venus will Join Rahu in Aries sign and Moon will starts its journey of grabbing water from environment 25th of May 2022, from rohini Nakashtra and move toward Ardara Nakashtra whereas Moon will Join Ju, Mars & venus in uttrabhadra nakshtra , Ruled by Soumya Nadi ( Rain Causing Nakshtra), to ashwini to Krittika Nakashtra that will increase heat from and higher level of humidity from 27th of May to 3rd June and this scrotching heat will slow down from 10th of June when Moon will Joins Ketu in Visaksha nakshtra that will give first rainfall shower from 10th june to 13th June onward to Majority of South western states of india i.e Maharashtra, Banglore, Western ghat, Goa, kerela, AP, Gujarat and few northern states, with this condition of weather will improve and will be smoother but Major problem of extreme temperature, Dry and warm weather will still remain persistently until Saturn and Jupiter turns to direct motion. People of Madhya-Pradesh will experience relaxed weather when Sun will transits in Gemini Sign in Ardara Nakashtra from 22nd June onward.
When Sun will reach Mrigshira nakshatra in Agni Nadi from the 8th of June 2022 onward, the condensation process will increase in the Coastal and other regions of southern India which will increase the chances of rainfall but with heat and moisture in the atmosphere will still remain. The same will apply to North India, though the Weather will be a bit relaxed from the Scorching heat the presence of moisture content will increase from the 10th of June 2022 onward. As a Vedic Remedial measure, Keep on distributing Sweet & lime water to people during these 9 days that will please the almighty and nature eventually nature will bless them with good rainfall & crops for the well-being of people. I hope this would be helped you to understand how mother nature has a deep influence on our weather in mundane astrology., Stay connected and keep on reading my articles on Medini and Astro Metrology.
Astro Climatological study – Impact of Planetary Movements over Changing trend in Climatology in India
Extreme weather & Climatic changes occurring in India and across the globe
It has been seen Whenever Sun passes over Saturn and Mercury with close conjunction or within close orbital distance of 3.20 to 6.40 it usually create long lasting stagnant Pressure in winters with observation of much colder and denser than normal season. This has been clearly said by Dr B.V Raman in “Astrology in Predicting weather and Earthquakes”. Dr Raman was much favouring in studying deeply all the patterns emerging in the solar regions for most of the climatic changes within a month as they are directly or indirectly linked with weather, astro-meteorological and seismological changes. Dr Raman explained clearly, Slow moving planets like Jupiter and Saturn have telling influence on weather changes for much longer periods and fast moving planet like Mercury and Moon have major influences on at sudden dynamically changes occurring in weather and
environment for shorter period of time.With Slow moving planet like Saturn and Jupiter it has been seen either there will be gradual growth in Solar activities within period of increase in orbital distance or degrees in sun or there will be complete instability in weather trends occurring during seasonal changes i.e from Summer to winter or from winter to summer and impact has been seen for much longer period. It usually gives slow paced dramatic climatic changes over longer period of time not easily notable in days and many a time it takes month to feel the damp changes in season. This has been true to the climatic changes occurred after 17th of November 2015, when both the Sun and the Mercury were ruling earlier degrees in sign of Scorpio gives a complete change in the trend of weather in india.
With the closer influence of Sun and Mercury in transiting states over Scorpio,a cold Windy Spells started in south eastern coastal regions of India (i.e Chennai) in year 2015, falling 2nd to Virgo (Where Rahu, Venus and Mars were closely transited in the sign ruling southern part of India) totally sank Chennai city in 24 hours with highest rainfall around 246.5 mm rainfall within 15th to 17th of November 2015 which breaks the record of November 2005.This clearly shows Sun and Mercury movement have telling influence in increasing depth of lower and higher pressure system around coastal areas and bringing change in wind pattern according to seasonal changes. This clearly states Dr B.V Raman Observation on planetary movements and their impact on weather fluctuations mostly falls true in most of the cases.
This i also had explained in my last short article that i posted on 5th of November 2015 where I had clearly mentioned as soon as there will be a close alignment trigger in Uttraphalguni Nakashtra, Places those are close to Bay of Bengal may face cyclic storm and there will be greater chances of increase in number of seismic activities around the globe lying closer to South-Eastern regions and there will be dramatic changes in weather over those are lying closer to Himalayan ranges in north-east of India. This has found been true and Soon after 5th of November 2015, Cyclone-Roanu made landfall in Chennai and maximum number of earthquakes experienced in year 2015 with higher magnitudes (of mostly around 6 to 7.0) and experienced sudden flow of snowfall in higher altitudes of north of India.
If we look out at reason for why Heavy downpour and flood situation came in picture in Chennai. It was quiet clear, North Node (Rahu) and Mars were closely conjugated with the Venus within closer degree and difference of 4:15 to 4:29 in Uttraphalguni, this clearly states very tense situation till mars will be under the grip of North node in a close orbital distance of 1 degree.
Mars Close alignment with North node usually brings thunderstorms, heavy lighting, Damage to ships near oceans and coastal areas. Moreover, during that time Moon was closely moving over Virgo-Libra transitions phase in Swati nakashtra behind the sun (Krishna Paksha phase). If we look out Bhagwad Puraan for reference, Venus is considered as planet of Causing good rainfall but if fall under Malefic planets like nodes, rainfall can take shape of long lasting downpour for much longer period of time. This clearly states malefic planets those are in leading degrees in conjunctions had major role play in triggering mundane events drastically.
If we look out at last solar movement of Sun in sign of Scorpio with Mercury and Saturn, there will be a complete major shift over in winter season with influencing role of Sun over Sign of Scorpio until and unless it leads degree. Although Close conjunction of Sun and Mercury usually brings a blizzard of cold waves in places those are under the sign and nakashtras of transits.
Interesting point to notice that around 27th and 28th of November 2015 sun was in leading role in degrees creating planetary war with the Saturn, that clearly suggests vibrating weather with much variation of temperatures in a day i.e might be three complete changes within a day in weather condition. Days will be controlled and balanced state having not much colder but nights will be total opposite to days. This clearly suggests that there will be dynamic weather changes in November month around the globe in India, Mostly in Northern and western regions of India.
But situation will change after 29th of November 2015 when Saturn and Sun will be aligned in same degrees in sign of Scorpio, suggesting time to open almiras for sweaters and jackets.
Exactly This situation came true when transit of Sun over Scorpio sign triggered with Saturn, strangely as expected after 3rd of December 2015 when sun transited over Jyestha nakashtra huge downfall in temperature been noted by meteorologist in across the North-western region.
Further exactly When Moon joined over this conjunction period after 10th, 11th and 12th of December 2015 massive turnover in temperatures has been noticed over higher altitudes of India with fall in temperature around about 0 degree in Ladakh and higher regions of Kashmir and heavy rainfall in other northern regions of India.
It is hereby to notice that situation wasn’t be much satisfying for further days left in months, Major changes in fall of temperature noticed including cities/states of J&K, Sirsa, Haryana, Sonipat,Rohtak, Ambala, ganaganagar, alwar, bharatpur, Amritsar, Jalandhar, Himachal, Western Delhi region, Jaipur, Ajmer, ahmedabad etc till 16th of December 2015 and further there was much long lasting slow paced blizzard cold wave occured after 17th of December till 26th of December 2015 and again major downfall in temperature noticed in mentioned cities and states around these period.
Later after 27th of December 2015 much colder windy spell spreaded over North of India, from 5th of January onward up to 11th of January 2016 – there was complete changes noticed in trend in winter season in Majorly all Northern regions of India including Northern America too. This clearly shows whole globe might see sudden change in trend in winter around this period of time.
Rest wheel of time revealed much during January, February and March 2016, and inyear 2017 period around the globe world will see two Major eclipse within 15 day of gap. Impact of this total solar eclipse will give devastating results around 2017, we can only experience and wait – A Major change in global climatic trend with an increasing amount of Seismic activities could be observed by a climatologist in coming years.
Ardra Parvesh Chakra and South-West monsoon Pattern in India for 2015
(Image Courtesy: IMD, Indian Meteorological Department)
As per IMD (Indian Meteorological Department) Advancement of southwest monsoon over the Andaman Sea could normally takes place around 20th May 2015with a standard deviation of about one week or 3 and 4 days and The southwest monsoon is likely to set over Kerala on 30th May with a model error of ± 4 days (Source – IMD, onset of Monsoon in India, may 2015).
As per Vedic Medini (Mundane Astrology) assessment South-West monsoon couldprobably strike over Kerala, AP and SW States around 8th of June, @17:17:44 HR (Exactly When Sun will Move over MrigsharaNakashtra) and further it will move over North of India around 22nd of June 2015@16:12:37 HR, at thissame time Sun will move over ArdaraNakashtra at 6′ 40 ” in Gemini.
With this initial Sun ingress over ardara nakashtra in Gemini sign we can experience first phase of Monsoon shower in north of India around this period but quality and volume of rain could be differ from place to place that depends on other planetary alignment with Sun around Gemini, as this is initial phase of ardara quantity count of Rainfall might be variable too.2ndand most important phase of monsoon would exactly hit Delhi, Jammu, Punjab, East UP, Harayana, Shimla and Other north Indian states around 17th July 2015 to 21st of July 2015 (When Sun will move over Cancer Sign in Pushya Nakashtra), this is the time when people can enjoy soothing rainfall majorly in north and some of southern eastern regionsof India too but issue of heat waves could be same and matter of concern for rest of core western regions of India till this period.
Although Rain pattern won’t be same for all the states, there can be difference in volume of rainfall from State to state, as what geographical arrangement of Nakashtra based on Koorma Chakara suggests after assessments. North and South may have different pattern of Rain and at the same time West and East may have rather low quantity of rainfall duringinitial June and July months but it may increase during August and September 2015.
Most important point in Monsoon 2015 is quantity of Rain will improve after 1st of August 2015 to 17th of September 2015 in North of India when Sun will be in maturing state in Cancer Sign from Pushya to Ashlesha further upto Magha and Uttraphalguni Nakashtra.
Magha usually gives Rainfall around 10 Dronas and 20 Dronas reserves for both Pushya and Ashlesha nakashtras
Now millions dollar questions for farmers, agriculturalist and people who are purely dependent on crops as a way of living,would 2015be record breaking hottest Year! Or we may see drought or somewhat excessive rainfall like condition this year in most of agriculturist regions or we might observe good number of rainfall in this season. Only I can see we need to watch and observe solar activities very patiently and need to do careful assessments for rest of months. How lord Indra pour rainfall in different regions of India that purely dependent of Divine plan for India.Let’s see how this year monsoon 2015 gone take further shape in month of June, July, August and September 2015.
What is Southwest Monsoon
Those people who are in new in Weather analysis and Monsoon assessment they must need bit of general understanding on what actually is SW monsoon and how it proceeds in Rainy season. For users simplicity here is basic definition of SW Monsoon’s explained by Wikipedia “Basically South western summer monsoons proceeds from July through September month. During initial process “ The Thar Desert and adjoining areas of the northern and central Indian subcontinent heats up considerably in hot summer’s months commenced in May, This causes a low pressure area over the northern and central Indian subcontinent and to fill this void, the moisture-laden winds from the Indian Ocean rush in to the subcontinent.“ These winds are mostly rich in moisture contents and are drawn towards the Himalayan ranges from SW to Eastern regions of India. The Himalayas act like a high wall, blocking the low pressured winds from passing into Central Asia, and forcing them to rise. As the clouds rise their temperature drops and precipitation occurs.
Current Weather Pattern in India from September 2014 – May 2015 Onward
(Above image clearly depicts much amount of changes in global warming in recent years, Image Source:www.nature.com)
As Per Current weather scenario from September 2014 to this year January, heat waves Pattern in India started bit dramatically and many a time it was much frequent and observed much vibrating wind patterns from December to January and many a time clouds formations were too different because of these many vibrant weather changes seen within a month, Month of January was full of winter rainfalls though it’s not a usual season for rain.
Snow bound areas situated in Himalayas observed first breeze of snow in month of February again indicates delayed winter solstice as it usually occurred every year around 21 December. Local people in snow-bound areas felt that occurrence of snowfall has shifted from December to January. As per J C Kuniyal latest interview in Times of India, a well-known senior scientist in GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, “Long back December month was considered the month with 100% possibility of snowfall in most of Hilly areas of Kashmir and Shimla region “.
further added by him most of snowfall usually now seen in between mid of January and mid of February month. Last year in year 2013 Hilly regions of India received good amount of snowfall in December month but in year 2014, pattern was quite opposite and much different as snowfall first started in lower altitudes than moved in higher regions of hilly areas. From January month people living over high pressure areas observed large variation in temperatures within a short span of December and January month.
“As per Observation noted by J. C Kuniyal around month of January when temperature was between -3 and – 14 degrees Celsius, temperature within a day observed prominent amount of deflection within 24 hour, at time when there was increase of 3 to 5 degrees Celsius in same day there were also decrease in temperature present too “.
As per old records 3 decades back temperature used to decrease slowly but now situation is totally different. Now days many of rainfall spell observed decrease in temperature before snowfall and direct snowfall after several weeks of dry spells is commonly seen.
From Feb ending 2015 to till now up to May 2015 most of Northern – Eastern Regions saw dramatic weather changes within a month observed sudden and uneven rainfall spell at some places, Northern regions after many years observed soothing temperature in April month with lots of heavy rainfall, thundering’s cold, at the same time weather was warmer and dry as well in central regions too.In J&K, Tibetan plateaus and some of adjoining areas in hills including Himachal Pradesh seen dramatic Rise or fall in temperature up to 5 to 8 degrees within 24 hours, another reason responsible for quick changes in local weather, says scientist’s reports.
As per world weather reports, pattern of Extreme heat waves and heavy rain storms are already happening with increasing regularity across the world because of man made climatic changes happening since many of years , according to new research conducted by Nature group.We have seen massive amount of Global warming increases from last century which means a strange pattern of unusual heat that previously only occurred once every 1,000 days but now it is happening four to five times more ” the study published in Nature Climate Change said “. It is found that one in five extreme rain events experienced globally are a result of the 0.85 C global rises in temperature since the last Industrial Revolution, as because of many of man made nuclear power plants, factories and cars continue to acting as a major catalytic agent in greenhouse gas emissions as said by “ Dr Erich Markus Fischer from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology”.
“The Latest study shows warming of the atmosphere increases the number of times temperatures reach extreme levels and evaporates more water from the oceans,it is from this hotter, wetter background that extreme weather events emerge. Longer events, such as heat waves and prolonged rainy periods, will also occur more often “As per Dr. Fischer latest finding longer the period, the higher the fraction that is attributable to warming, now 5-day precipitation or 15-day heat waves are more common than one-day cases”.
Study also found that the effects of global warming will vary around the world in coming years too. Due to increasing solar activities weather at the equator will become more extreme with slight increase in temperature @2 C in global warming, which means tropical countries which are close to equator having low infrastructure and poverty will experience more extreme hot days than, which is more 50 times from normal and 2.5 times as many rainy ones and those are close to dry regions including parts of the Mediterranean, North Africa, Chile, the Middle East and Australia will experience less heavy rain days.
From all recent research and studies there arise a million dollar question why and what made this year weather pattern so much dramatic??
If we goes to latest studies much of reason responsible for all this is due to man made mistakes and changes in global warming but if we look out at scientific reasoning I believe this is all happening because of many of internal changes occurring in Sun surface resulting many of huge solar flares reaches to earth surface breaching magnetosphere possibly responsible for invoking sudden changes in earth weather situations across the globe.
BBC study says “It’s the sun, over the past few hundred years; there has been a steady increase in the numbers of sunspots, at the time when the Earth has been getting warmer. The data suggests solar activity is influencing the global climate causing the world to get warmer.”
(Image and Data Source: (NASAGISS) .Annual global temperature change (thin light red) with 11 year moving average of temperature (thick dark red). Temperature from NASAGISS. Annual Total Solar Irradiance (thin light blue) with 11 year moving average of TSI (thick dark blue). TSI from 1880 to 1978 from Krivovaetal 2007. TSI from 1979 to 2009 from PMOD )
(Above illustration is a sketch of data from Durkin, based on data published by Friis-Christensen and Lassen)
From past years we have observed sudden increases in solar activities from October 2014 month and many frequent changes has been mapped in sun surface. As per Nasa SDO data Massive solar flares has been spotted by scientists erupted in sun spot regions in past 25 years records and many gigantic size clusters of sunspots noted in Sun, triggered massive solar storms in sun surface and indirectly much effects has been observed in earth surface majorly in East Asia regions.
(Above Sunspot image captured by Nasa Scientists in Month of October 2014 later become as big as like Jupiter. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory obtained this white-light view early on October 22, 2014.NASA / SDO)
Interesting point was as soon as partial solar Eclipse has been observed on 23rd of October by astronomers across the world, same day scientist also spotted a giant sunspot group AR2192 produced 27 C-class solar flares, 9 M-class flares, and 2 X-flares soon in solar regions resulted many variations in solar pattern due to disturbance in sun very after Solar eclipse increases the solar magnetic activity cycles which are directly responsible for incoming solar radiation, also known as total solar irradiance (TSI) and other reason found from last October 2014 was frequent eclipses from October 2014 onward to till now happening in solar region went through a huge and massive disturbances which was the main cause for weather pattern behaving much stranger from October last year to till now.
Even Acharya Varahmihira too explained Impact of Sunspots in “ Adityachar” in Brihat Samhita shows Hindu’s brilliant astronomers like “ Aryabhatta“and “ Varahmihira “ around 400 to 500 were already aware of Sunspots and potent impact of heliocentric Sun and their major Solar cycle activities in earth atmospheres. This even shows without having modern instruments likes Telescope’s and Fixed large observatories Hindu ancient scholars were much eminent and expertized in observing and calculating Solar activities during Sun orbits.(Reference: BrihatSamhita of Varahmihira, “ AdityaChar “, Chapter 3 , Quote 7 by Ramkrishna Bhatt ).
As per “ Acharya Varahmihira ”33 Ketus or 33 Dark shafts has been observed in Sub orbits during particular sun transits in different-different signs with slow moving planets, Uniquely Named as “ TamasaKilakas “ and effects has been seen and observed based on Color, Positions and Shapes. Acharya further explains impact of “Tamasakilakas “ in various regions in earth Whenever these dark shafts has been appeared in sun facing earth regions during Sun transits: “ Water turns turbid, Sky is filled with Dust, Storm arises carrying sand and breaking the tops of mountains and trees, there appears Flares in the quarter; thunderbolts, earthquakes and other such unusual phenomena take place in earth, Clouds bearing rains activity observes and river usually becomes slender “ ( Quote 9, 10 and 13, Brihat Samhita of Varahmihiraby Ramakrishna Bhatt).
Astrologically learners can observe major Sunspots activities in yearly transits when sun is closely com-busted or conjugated with slow moving planets like Jupiter and Saturn, Dr B.V Raman has explained many of remarkable conclusions on Sunspots during their research on Earthquakes and weathers changes. It has been seen and observed by Dr B.V Raman, whenever Sun transits in any signs having Close relation with Major Slow moving planets like Saturn and Jupiter – major Sunspots activities usually noted by astronomers across the globe. Sometime Small sunspots activities also been noted when Sun is superiority conjugated with Venus and Mars and usually appears in Solar discs areas and further massive solar flares activities also been observed by astronomers too. Last year Impact of these sunspots activities in earth atmospheres has been observed till Feb 2015 and might be even later impact was seen. Later activities Seen in weathers during Full Solar eclipse occurred in March 2015, lunar eclipse occurred on April 2015 and finally after Sun ingress in Aries in 0 degree in April 2015 month changed the whole scenario of weather situation in earth in eastern regions.
“ During recent Solar activity in “Aries Sign in Bharni Nakashtra ” in April 2015 we have seen much disturbing changes in Weather across the world. “After full Solar eclipse occurred on 20th of March 2015, weather situation across the global effected much, we had observes many earthquakes soon after eclipse with massive magnitudes in continues manner and still these patterns are repetitive in nature till 6 month after eclipses.
(Above images clearly justifying how powerful Solar flares are occurred during March Solar Eclipse, Image Source: NASA)
Other reason was frequent increase in ratio of solar storms (“Solar storms are variety of eruptions of mass and energy from the solar surface. Flares, prominence’s, sunspots, coronal mass ejections are the common harbingers of solar activity “) in the Solar regions, we have seen massive eruption in the solar flares after solar eclipse and result was heavy Wind storms strikes in many eastern states in India and in other parts across the world too, though India won’t get much effected by this eclipses pattern but still it had made Strong Impact in North-Eastern Region of India (Areas lying close to Pisces Sign Zone – J&K, Himalayan ranges, Nepal, Eastern States of India, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradeshwere much effected ).
After last Solar eclipse, full Bloody Moon Lunar Eclipse occurred on April 2015 month made strong impact in weather conditions globally and many changes in the weather pattern across the world has been noted weather scientist’s, meteorologist and seismologist – Some of the common features were frequent Earthquakes, Sudden Rainfall with Heavy thundering and lightening, sudden Dry atmosphere and within a same day heavy rainfall with lightening, and Sometime too cold Weather like winter still continues and exists in April and May month. As per ancient texts and seers research work Effect of eclipses usually been observes for at least 6 month after the events.
After recent Sun ingresses in Bharni Nakashtra (in Prachand Nadi ) on 27th of April 2015 with mars in close orbit of sun in Kritika Nakashtra – Weather reached in its intense and extreme conditions – Cold and Dryness both present in atmospheres – sometime people experienced extreme warm weather and sometime extreme thundering and rainstorms – Shift-over in weather was furious, there were delayed Rainfall in North-east regions of India with heavy thundering, Heavy Rainfall and at the same time weather was warmer too as soon as rain stops.
After 11th May 2015, when Sun enters in “ Kritika“ Nakashtra around about 22:00 hr., dramatic shifts occurred in weather pattern across the India but mostly observes in whole North of India, Some of western regions, few of eastern regions of India but mainly drastic results seen around most of Central India regions including Telanegna, MP and Andhara pardesh. During course of April months heat waves pattern started drastically and we have seen intense effect of increasing heat pattern across the India and it is still a ongoing process triggering in Most of Indian region, after Mars entry in Rohini Nakashtra with Mercury on 18th of May 2015 in a close relation – Heat waves pattern took dramatic height and rise in temperature seen around 45 to 48 Degree in some of places in India. Some of temperatures are listed below:
(Source Data: Wikipedia)
Most of the Region was close up-to 40 to 45 and maximum up-to 48 Degree observed in central India.Central and South West Indian regions were majorly affected by last transit of Sun, Mars and Mercury over Kritika and Rohini Nakashtra as both Nakashtra Rules Central and South west portion of India and mostly Sun is very powerful around these nakashtras as being close to equator and Line of cancer. As per Panch-Sidhantika Whenever Sun is around 12 Noon it is mostly orbiting over from Sri-lanaka to Central India where Kritika and Rohini are ruling nakashtras of these regions.
Entry of South-West Monsoon – When Monsoon will strike in South west Zone of India
Mrigshara Parvesh Chart for South west Monsoon ( Kerala and AP) from ± 8th June onward
As per vedic medini calculations; South-West monsoon could strike over kerala, AP and Andaman Nicobar probably around 8th of June 2015 approximately @ 17:17:44 hr. with good possibility of heavy blow of wind around coastal regions and rainstorms could be possible at later stage. Entry of monsoon should bring heavy rainfall might be less in contents of water but with good amount of contents of winds in it around south west coastal regions of India. Coastal regions need to take care of heavy wind and rainstorms from 8th of June onward.
As per mirgshara parvesh Chakara, Sun will enter in Mrigshara Nakashtra on 8th of June 2015 approximately around @17:17:44 Hr. and this could be the time, exactly when Monsoon can hit over coastal regions of Goa, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh with heavy wind and rainfall and later it can move over Mumbai and other SW states of India.
If we look at “ Mrigashara Parvesh chart “ – Libra Lagana (Vayu rasi – having 25% water content – 75 % Air) is rising and 8th house from lagana is having Mars, Sun and retrograde mercury in Taurus sign – “ The sign of bhumi (Earthy Sign) “ – having 50% water and 50% heat contents, rules heat beneath the earth and mostly weather Sensitive nadi’s are fall in it, majorly responsible for weather changes in Beginning of Monsoon around SW State of India – i.e. “ Prachand Nadi” (Kritika Nakashtra falls in it Signifies- Extreme heat and dryness in environment ), “ Pawan Nadi “ (Rohini Nakashtra falls in it signifies – Amount of Vayu and indicates quantity of wind flow in places falls in this nakashtra i.e. Wind Storms and Rainstorms has been observed whenever Sun ingresses in it) and “ Dahan Nadi “ (Indicates highly sensitive to heat and air work according to changes in environments – usually gives hot atmosphere, humidity, sparking lights or thunderstorm during Monsoon season ). One of most important factor is Sun, Mars and Mercury getting aspect by Saturn from 2nd house (also in Prachand Nadi), there will be presence of delay and void in rainfall volume at later stage. Further it indicates presence of Lightening and thundering soon after Entry of SW monsoon in AP and coastal areas of Kerala.
Whenever Mars conjoined with Sun and Mercury – Heavy Windstorms with Thunderstorms are likely to seen or observes in weather trends whenever strike in those areas orbiting at that time, due to magnetic disturbances in solar regions and also considered as an one of strong factor for affecting ionosphere and earth atmosphere.
In Mrigshara chart both Rahu (North Node) and Saturn are in 2nd house (Anuradha Nakashtra, Scorpio Sign – having water and heat content ratio of 25 % & 75 %) and 12th house forming Paap-Kriti Yoga to lagana – Clearly indicating – Monsoon should hit SW area strongly and sudden changes in weather could also been observe in later stage, might be there could be sudden decay or fall in pattern of rainfall after thunderous beginning and there will be strong possibility of monsoon may move over other adjoining areas of Kerala with heavy rainfall and winds. As strong possibilities of water and moisture contents are indicated from Mrigshara Parvesh chakar, it seems adjoining areas of Kerala and other coastal regions of India may face threat of cyclones or whirlpools around this period.
“In Short we can experience low pressured heat waves with stronger possibilities of Rainstorms and thunderstorms after 8th of June 2015 in SW regions; the only concern could either ratio of rain would be too high or too low, Volume of Rainfall will be variable in state as compared with last year Monsoon patterns but during this current monsoon we may see richer quantity of air composition in rainfall and we may see threat of storms around these periods but it won’t be for much longer period as there is no relation of nodes with Sun, Mars or mercury in Mrigshara Parvesh Chakara.
Moving further for rest of India Weather trend “look at the “Ardra Parvesh” chart for 2015 casted for @ 22 June 2015, Time – 16:12:37 HR and place – New Delhi or you can take Varanasi or Vidisha (Centre of India) as suggested by Varahmihra for entry of Sun as observed in Ujjain in Ardara Nakashtra ”
Lord of the Clouds for year 2015(Maighesha)
Ardara Parvesh Chakara 2015
As per classical texts lord of the day on which the sun enters Ardara Nakashtra constellation is considered as “The Lord of the clouds” for that year. In 2015 Sun enters in ardara Nakashtra on 22nd of June exactly around 16:12:37 @HR in “ Shukala Shashti tithi “ (Venus) on Monday (Soma) and the lord of the Day “Moon” will be in Poorva Phalguni Nakashtra (Jala Nadi). So, Lord of the cloud will be the ruling planet of the day and for 2015 it is Moon (Maighesha) clearly indicating a good indication for on time Monsoon on SE States and rest of Indian states.
Maighesh is placed in 11th house in (SE Zone of India) in Agni Rashi but in Poorva phalguni Nakashtra (ruled by Jala Nadi) with (North Node) Rahu in 12th house (ruled by Saumya Nadi) in ” Hastha Nakashtra ” getting aspects from mars from 9th house – This shows that this year Immense Heat waves will rule most of the regions in India but at the same-time we can experience good number of rainy moments too – In Short there will be Sudden and frequent shifts in weather trends.
On 20th of May 2015 when Sun was Moving around “ Rohini Nakashtra “ (Indicates amount of Vayu in atmospheres and quantity of wind flow in places falls in this nakashtra and if it is under Hot and dry planets this nakashtra usually gives Immense Heat waves and Dry Environment) and we will see increase in dryness in atmosphere with certain amount of warm weather conditions will be there too, heat waves and wind Storms will create panic in SE Zones of India with frequent changes in weather trends. Later there could be sudden and dramatic weather changes experience in (South-East) Zone of India which Includes below mentioned States:-
“Orissa, Parts of West Bengal, Parts of Andhra, East – Coast, Andaman and Nicobar”
Presence of maighesh in Jala Nadi in SE clearly indicating good amount of rain in North- East region but with sudden shifts in weathers patterns, as North Node is also ruling other portion of SE.
Later When Sun will ingress and mature in Mrigshara Nakashtra degrees around (23′ 20) in Taurus, there could be better rainfall expected in (SE Zone) when Sun will move around “8th of June 2015″.
Tithi Lord Venus is also happen to be Lagnesh (Libra Lagan (Airy) – 25 % Water composition) placed in 10th house (South Zone of India) with Jupiter in (Ashlesha -Nakashtra of Cold and fine weather patterns, mainly seen for good number of rains) in Jala Rashi (having water composition of 100 % Rains) in “ Amrita Nadi ” Aspecting North of India (Capricorn – having 100 % water content). Indicating there will be chances of plenty of Rainfall and good winter season this year in north of India but monsoon will be bit delayed (we can expect initial entry of monsoon in north India after 16th-17th of July).
As 4th house (North) is getting aspect of “Mars, Saturn and North Node “- there will be presence of both warm and dry atmosphere as well as higher chances of sudden and dramatic weather changes within in shorter period, rise in temperature could be seen around 42 to 45 to 47 degree but later when monsoon will mature from 21st of July to first week of august 2015 we may see case of lightning and thunderstorms with heavy rainfall but for short period and most important point to notice could be volume and quantity of rainfall could vary in ratio, as sometime there could be good amount of Rain but later it may fall in North of India including following states:
” New Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pardesh, Western U.P and Jammu and Kashmir ”
Clustering of Jupiter and Venus in Jala and Amrita Nadi clearly telling, there will be plenty of rainfall in southern zone of India from the beginning of monsoon but in later stage when sun degrees will matures in Ardara Nakashtra we might see some fall in ratio but still Southern states will enjoy good amount of rainfall this year.
This Year Both Sun and Mars are closely sitting in 9th house in (Airy Sign – having gemini sign with 0 % water content) Ardara Parvesh Chakara Ruling (South-West Zone of India) indicating this year South-West zones of India will face sudden and warm climatic changes including too much heat waves will be spread over in most of western regions and it might results greater amount of Moisture and heavy rainfall even both the planets are in Gemini sign as 9th house is getting Sustenance from both Jupiter and Venus being in 2nd from Both Sun and Mars, although it is 2/12 relationship, pattern of rainfall won’t be common and easily noticeable but still it would give heavy rainfall. With this heavy wind storms can also be experience in some of coastal regions of western regions of India and it can shape into heat waves which might be rich in low pressure warm winds. Before that there will be chances of intense warm weather and dryness in SW zone of India and in some of places dusty wind storms can also be experience which are closer to center of India and later when sun will move further rain will come with thunderstorms.
SW Zones includes following states –
“Some part of Mumbai near to coastal regions, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala as well as the union territories of Lakshadweep “.
This year Mars is in (Dahan Nadi – heavy blow of wind) having 6/8 relationship with Saturn (Prachanda Nadi – fierce form ) and having 2/12 Relationship with Jupiter (Amrita Nadi – good amount of rain) – Indicating this year Mars, Sun and Saturn will create Panic in Central, SW and Western regions of India in the form of Intense heat waves, untimely floods, thunderstorms and wind storms as most of the malefic planets are in Vayu and Agni Nadi’s zone – heat waves, windy storms, Intense warm and dryness will be in peak this year, Destruction of lives could be there due to increase in Heat and Wind in atmosphere can resulting untimely rainfalls and floods. Though Mars and Rahu are in 4/10 Relationship – situation will increases slowly as sun further ingresses into next nakashtras in July and August 2015.
Role of Rashis in Aradara Parvesh Chakra for 2015
For Casting Ardara Parvesh chakara we need to analyze twelve rashis which have been divided in to following categories on the basis of water, air and heats contents they possess based on geographical nakashtras placements:
Planets which are beneficial in nature and are closer to earth orbit i.e. Moon, Venus, Mercury and Jupiter have deeper impact and usually gives plenty of rainfall while those are malefic planets and having bit further larger distance and having slower movement have long lasting and stronger impact with respect to earth i.e. Sun, Mars and Saturn have deep impact on monsoon and also known for major preventing factors for regular rain as most of these planets are dry and warmer in nature.
Directions and Places in the Horoscope
For Analyzing Ardara Parvesh Chakara Lagna is always considered as an East of India (where sun rises), 10th house considered as South of India, 7th houses for west of India and 4th house is considered as north of India and states which are belong to these 8 directions based on geometry of India are as follows :
1. East (1st House) : Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Mizoram and eastern MP. 2. North East (2nd &3rd houses) : Bhutan, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur and Sikkim.
3. North (4th house): Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, HP, UP, Nepal, Parts of J & K, Tibet, and Uttaranchal 4. North West (5th & 6th houses): Baluchistan, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Afghanistan, western region of Jammu & Kashmir. 5. West (7th house): Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra, western part of MP, Sindh, West Punjab, Multan, Daman and Diu
6. South West (8th & 9th houses): Kerala, , Coastal regions of Maharashtra, West coast and Goa 7. South (10th house) : TN, Karnataka , parts of AP, Pondicherry
8. South East (11th &12th house) : Orissa, parts of West Bengal, parts of Andhra, East Coast, Andaman and Nicobar
1) Role of Sun and Mars: If both Sun and Mars are closely conjugated or having close relations in same house in Ardara Parvesh chakra, usually gives intense dry and warm weather for that year and there will be intense heat waves before start of monsoon. If Sun is behind Mars, there will be possibility of no rains for whole monsoon season.
2) Sun and Saturn: Whenever both sun and Saturn are closely placed in one rashi, usually in summer, intense heat waves observes and in winter usually observes acute cold with good amount of Snowfall.
3) As per mundane rules Saturn is considered as karaka for dry and cold winds and usually it gives dryness and acute coldness in atmosphere’s depends on seasonal changes and whenever it is placed in Jala Nadi it usually gives Strong windstorm of water and air and storms can cause massive cyclones in coastal regions and wrecking of ships via thunderstorms is a role of mars when it is with Saturn or getting aspect from mars in coastal areas. If Saturn is in airy nadi, it usually drives away all the clouds responsible for rain with its huge blow of wind and dryness.
If Saturn is in Agni nadi, it usually gives intense dry heats waves; Dusty wind storms and heavy storms which are very powerful and even can break any buildings or obstacle come over their paths.
Role of Sapta Nadi Chakra in Monsoon
Sapta nadi Chakra is again a very useful tool or an ancient chakra schemes used by our sages in predicting weather, floods, thunderstorms and heat waves patterns especially for rainfall and it is a best tool to use for predicting Monsoon activities in India around sun movement in ardara Nakashtra.
Though it can be used for world Rain patterns but it needs extensive work on with Koorma Chakra for World charts for locating Nakashtras. Mostly Explanation of Sapta Nadi Chakara is widely seen in two ancient sources of Saptanadi Chakra – Narapati Jayachara and Sage Parashara and all later texts are based on them. Original source of Sapta nadi Chakra was a tantric text titled ‘yamaleeya-Svarodaya’. As Explained by Narapati Jayachara , it is used for Calculation on quantity of rainfalls starting from Kritika Nakashtra.
4 Nakashtras Scheme are widely used in Sapata Nadi chakara system.
“ Kritika, Vishakha, Anuradha and Bhari Nakashtra “ categorized in Parachanda Nadi (Chanda Nadi) ruled by Saturn.
“ Rohini, jyestha, Swati, Ashwani “ nakashtras are fall in Vayu Nadi ruled by Sun. “Mrigshara, Chitra, Moola, Revti “ are fall in Agni Nadi and ruled by Mars. “Ardara, Hasta, Poorva ashadha , Uttrabhadra “ fall in Soumya Nadi ruled by Jupiter.
“ Punurvasu, Uttraphalguni, Uttra ashada , Poorva bhadra” are fall in Neera Nadi ruled by Venus. “ Pushya , Poorva Phalguni, Abhijeeta, Satabhishaq “ are fall in Jala nadi ruled by Mercury.
“Ashlesha, Magha, Sharvana, dhanistha” are fall in Amrita Nadi ruled by Moon.
Prachanda Nadi usually gives huge blow of wind, Vayu Nadi gives normal volume of winds and Agni Nadi gives Immense Heat and warm weather.
Neera Nadi usually gives clue of entry of clouds and in Jala and Parachanda Planets give heavy rainfall.
If there is placement of Malefic, Moon and Beneficial planet in same sign or same nakashtra it usually gives huge amount of rainfall.
If there is Moon and any planet conjugated in same nakashtra at same day it gives heavy rainfall for continues 2.5 days till moon is conjugated with that planet.
If in Amrita Nadi both Malefic and Benefic planets are placed with moon it usually gives continues rain up to 3,4 or maximum up to 7 days.
In Jala Nadi If Moon is with Both Malefic and Benefic it can also give rain up to 1.5 or 5 days.
If in any nadi there is Moon, mars and Jupiter are closely placed it can also drown whole earth for some days. During planet direct motion, retrograde motion, and combustion and during any planet movement in sankranti in Jala nadi it usually gives excessive rainfall for few days.
Placement of Mars ahead than sun has capability to suck all clouds which are meant for heavy rain, it usually gives warm weather with no rain.
Mars with Sun usually gives excessive heat waves and warm weather and much possibility of high humidity.
For making a Sapta nadi Chakara we need to use 28 Nakshatra scheme. 28th Nakshatra ‘Abhijit’ is also allotted a space towards the end of Uttarashada.
These Nakshatras are subdivided into 7 Nadis starting from ‘Krittika’ (3rd Nakshatra) as ‘Vaat Nadi or Airy Nadi ’ followed by ‘Ati-vaat or PrachandNadi’, ‘Dahan’, ‘Soumya’, ‘Neera’, ‘Jala’ and ‘Amrita’.
Usually Vaat produces windy weather, Ati-vaat produces cold weather after Rainstorms, Dahan increases temperature depending on the environment as Dahan Nadi is very sensitive nadi wrt to nature and surroundings and it gradually increases with the time and environment, and Soumya, Neera, Jala and Amrita nadis are rain producing Nadis.
If there is in any case an unnatural activity has been observes in Saptanadi chakra, we can same also confirm via “Casting Hindu Near year chart for India “ based on entry of sun on “ Chaitra Shukala partipat tithi “.
By casting Hindu New Year chart we can cross check for any unnatural activity is damaging to country or not and what could be future situation for rain and crops in that particular year.The Sapta nadi chakara sequence follows a serpentine pattern as we have assigns Nakashtras based on Serpents in below mentioned Diagram, as suggested by shiri Narpati Jaicharya ji:
(Ancient Saptanadi Chakra suggested by Narapati Jaichar, Image Source -Saptanadi Chakara , By Narapati Jaya charasarvadoyo by Dr Sataynder Mishra)
Now let’s prepare Sapta nadi chakra for Year 2015 on the basis of Ardara Parvesh Chakra.
(Nakashtra Details of Ardara Parvesh Chakara)
Sapta nadi Chakara for 2015
Important Principal’s on Nadi’s
1. Soumya Nadi is known as Madhya Nadi (after Sankranti Season), ruled by Jupiter which indicates maintaining & balancing season to give Soothing monsoon.
2. Prachand, Pawan and Dahan: known as Yamya Nadis or Dakshina Nadis (after Sankranti Season) means extreme heat of the summer.
3. Neera, Jal and Amrit: known as Uttara Nadis (Rainy Season), neera ruled by watery planet venus indicates good rains in Monsoon season, Jala ruled by Mercury, means water and indicates plenty of rain in monsoon when it is with Jala grahas like Moon and Venus and Amrita ruled by Moon – a potent Watery planet and can gives rain in abundance and also torrential down pour. 4. Amrita is also known as Sheetal (Winter Season) also indicates plenty of rain or good and cold winter season.
5. When many planets are in a single rashi, especially in one nakshatra with Mars and Sun joins them and Mars is with Rahu, there can be terrible downpour, even if it is not rainy season
6. If Moon joins with Venus or in trine to it, weather fluctuation usually takes place in rainy season with possibility of good rains.
7. Transit of Mars is most important in Saptandi chakra as it gives different results in different signs and transits form one sign to another matters much in rainy season and it can give, perceptible change in weather within 2 or 3 days if it has having any link with Jala Grahas or jala Nadi. Mars is the most powerful planet causing rainfall or deteriorating it when it is placed behind or with sun by promoting warm weather and humidity.
8. If a major planet changes signs or nakashtras, noticeable change in weather can be expected soon within next 15 days.
9. Whenever any planets become retrograde or become direct, there can be change in temperature or in humidity level if it is rainy season and if it is winter there can be increase in cold or soothing wind. Mercury is an important planet to notice whenever it is conjoined with Jala Planets in Jala nadi’s i.e. Moon and Venus or when mercury is closed to earth. Venus alone, either retro or direct, cannot influence weather it need catalytic factor with moon and mercury.
10. If strong there is strong placement of Moon in sign is aspected by the dispositor lord , rains can be possible within next 2.5 days.
11. More beneficial planet in Dakshina Nadi, more possibility of rains. More malefic planets in Uttara Nadi, zero possibility of rains.
12. Important factor to notice in Cloud formations or change in clouds whenever there is close relation of Mercury and Venus, Mercury and Jupiter and Venus and Jupiter during change in nakashtra or in signs. In favorable signs and favorable aspects, rain is more possibly to come.
13. Usually Venus behind slow moving planet causes wind or soothing and nice season and many planets in Pawan nadi usually cause Storms, strong blow of win or it can destroy crops too.
14. Whenever Sun in between Venus and Mercury there will be dry spell for a few days or there can be a break in rain pattern.
15. Close relation of Jupiter and Mars within 30 degrees in same signs or same nakashtras usually prevents rain or absorbs rainy clouds.
Analysis of Monsoon 2015 based on Sapta nadi Chakara and Ardra Parvesh Chakara.
In Ardra Parvesh chakra, Libra sign, which is an airy rashi with 25% of water content, is rising. The ascendant is hammed between the malefic Rahu and Saturn (both are dry planets).Beneficial Jupiter is placed in 10th house in Jala Rashi(Cancer – South Region) aspecting Saturn ( placed in 2nd house – NE Region) and 4th house ( North Region – ruled by Capricorn Sign).
Moon is in Simha rashi with 0% possibility of water content but in Jala Nadi- there will be wide spread dry spells in SE region in beginning of season but in later stage we can observe see good amount of rain around August -September 2015.
In D9 chart Taurus rashi, with 50% of water content, is rising with Mercury is placed in it aspected by Saturn (Dry) and Mars (Heat) – clearly an Indication of Dry, Warmer and heat Wind spell this year for 2015.Now see the position of planets at the time of Ardra Parvesh in the Sapta Nadi Chakra.
At the time of Ardra Parvesh Moon is in Poorva Phalguni Nakashtra inNeera nadi which is considered as good for timely monsoon rains in most of the part of North and east regions.
As many as five planets Mars, Mercury, Saturn and Uranus are present in “Yamya” nadi’s i.e Prachand, Pawan and Dahan Nadi’s – which shows there could be intense heat waves spread all over India at the time of Ardra Parvesh, around 22 June, with possibility of rain at some places in the west/south- west zone but quantity and volume does matters.
Rest of Places in north east and central may under dry spell of heat and winds.
After doing lots of assessment based on “ Sapta Nadi Chakra “ concluded results based on 8 zones of India :
For whole (India)
When Sun prepares to enters in ” Mrigashira nakashtra” around about end of May (20th of May) and most probably in first week of June (8th of June 2015) , Southwest monsoon will enters into Indian Subcontinent from west coastal areas and usually strikes over the coastal region of Kerala and Andhara pardesh and when sun enters into Ardara Nakashtra ( on 22nd of June 2015), Monsoon will enters into Northern Regions of India. When Sun enters in Cancer in Pushya Nakashtra on (21st of July 2015) most important phase of monsoon will strike over northern zone of India including New Delhi, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and other North Indian states.
South west monsoon will reach Delhi and others part of north India around July 17th and it will start maturing after 21st of July 2015.There will be an average or lesser rain will be notice till July 17.After July 17-21, 2015 there will be good chances of rain all over India particularly in North and West Directions of India. We can expect flood like situation over Eastern states probably around (i.e. Bihar, west Bengal’s etc.) probably around June month. Month of August and September 2015 will be much focus for South Eastern States.
If i would like to define a single word for 2015 – This year will be hottest year with temperature can goes up to 45 to 48 degree, Central, South west and Eastern States need to take care of Extreme heat and Dry spells during June and August month.
When Sun’s enter in to Kanya (after 17th Septembers 2015), there will be beginning of Monsoon with drawl from Northern Region Mostly from Kashmir and other Northern States mainly due to western disturbance and it start enters into Bihar and other eastern regions. When Sun’s enter into Hastha nakashtra on 28th of September 2015 in Virgo Sign , there will chances of backward rains in Bihar region which we called “ hathiya rain “. When Sun enters into Chitra Nakashtra on 11th of October 2015 , there will be Some occasional rains or it may mean withdrawal of South-West monsoon from India.
This year Mars is in (Dahan Nadi) having 6/8 relationship with Saturn (Prachanda Nadi) and 2/12 Relationship with Jupiter(Amrita Nadi) – Indicating this year Mars, Sun and Saturn will create Panic in Southern and Western regions of India in the form of Intense Heat waves, thunderstorms , floods, Un even Rainfall and Wind storms as most of the Malefic planets are in Vayu and Agni Nadi’s Zone – Heat waves storms, windy storms, intense heat and dryness will be in peak this year around June and august month. Destruction of lives could be there due to increase in Heat and water in atmosphere.
For South (S) India – There will be above normal rain in South direction, as Jupiter and Venus both placed are placed in Watery Sign – Known for good Rain fall around monsoon. So, good rain can be expected around Godavari, Krishna, Tungabhadra, Kaveri, and Vaigai rivers which are important non perennial sources of water around June and July month.
Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Coimbatore, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram will be good for Rainfall this year during monsoon season. For Central and South West (SW) India – During May 2015 month Mars, Sun and Retrograde Mercury stays in Taurus – sign representing south-west and Central India direction which clearly indicates, There will be too much heat waves spreading over central India to Southern-Western region of India including Mumbai, Madhya Pradesh, Ap, Kerala and Telanagna and till sun, mercury and mars are closely moving over Nakashtras of Rohini and Kritka and aspect-ed by Retrograde Saturn from Scorpio around 15th June 2015 – Central and South-Western India will be panic by drastic heat waves spells and extreme warm and Dry weather. Temperature could go around 45 to 49 Degree around 15th June 2015.
In Ardra Parvesh chart, Both Mars and Sun will be placed in Gemini signs, indicates it can give erratic monsoon for the places in this direction i.e. Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Mumbai and West Coast could face Humid atmosphere, Dry spells of winds around may month and warm weather this year around July 2015 but in August-September month situation could be different.
Beginning of Monsoon in SW will be furious and erratic and excessive rainfall can be experience with lots of hailstorm and thunder showers with lightning around June 2015.
For East and South (E, SE) – Places in the east Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and eastern Madhya Pradesh could face Sudden blow of dry wind spells before monsoon season as no planets are aspecting it and most important factor, it is hemmed between Rahu and Saturn from both sides in Ardara Parvesh chakara. It seems Bihar and Eastern Region gone face Sudden blow of Windstorms this year and it will pick heap after when Jupiter will move into Leo sign in July 2015.
From July 14 to July 1, South -East Region can experience sudden erratic weather condition and change of trend in temperature will be there – as three planets are going to Participate in Ardara Nakashtra (Saumya Nadi ) – Sudden blows of wind can give change in trend of temperature and Moon will help in creating low pressure around coastal areas – Result we can expect Rain.
Though Sun is away from this conjunction – Temperature will break out. At the same time Jupiter is shifting its Major Position in Leo Rashi (Having 0 % Water content) and also going to Join in Magha Nakashtra in Amrita Nadi – Nakashtra of Suddenness, rules Eastern States (i.e. Bihar, East Bengal, Uttrakahand, Orissa, East of MP etc.) Gone see Sudden rise in temperature with increasing Humidity and Low pressure and later it can give good Rain (Being in Amrita Nadi).
For North East (NE) – NE rules the 2nd and third house in Ardra Parvesh chart, will experience erratic monsoon. There could be floods and land slides in some places as Saturn is placed in the second house in PrachandNadi in Scorpio Sign – 25 % Rain content having aspect of Jupiter on it too. So Bhutan, Assam, Meghalaya etc. states of north east will experience either intensive dryness or cold with good amount of Rain.
For North (N) – In Ardara Parvesh Chakra tithi lord Venus is also happen to be Lagnesh (Libra Lagan (Airy) – having 25 % water and 75 % air composition) and placed in 10th house (south zone of india) with Jupiter in (Ashlesha -nakashtra of coldness and fine weather ) in Jala Rashi (water composition of 100 % rains) in Amrita nadi Aspecting north of India ( Capricorn – having 100 % water content) indicating there could be possibility of plenty of rains and good Winter season this year but monsoon will be bit delayed, we can expect entry of monsoon in north India after 16th-17th of July, with the aspect of Mars, Saturn on north of India sign – there will be presence of both warm and dry atmosphere as well as we can see sudden and drastic weather changes within a short span of seasons, rise in temperature could be seen around 45 to 47 degree but later when monsoon mature after 21st of July 2015, we can see possibilities of lightening ,thunderstorms too with good volume of rainfall in north of India.
New Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Eastern U.P, Northern Nepal, Uttrakhand and Part of Jammu and Kashmir will observe plenty of rainfall with good numbers of volumes but with delayed patterns.
In North, Capricorn rashi is rising, having 100% rain content with watery rashi in it aspect-ed by Five planets – “Mars” , “Rahu”, “Venus”, “Saturn and Jupiter” – ” It seems weather pattern will be with mixed season’s, sometime too erratic, sudden and fearsome – Mars, Saturn and Rahu could create some sort of delays, Suddenness, dryness and warm weather but later environment would be in fine state.
Sometime there would be too much rain and thunderstorms, sometime too much warm weather and heat.
North lord Saturn is placed in Scorpio Sign with 25 % of water content which is below than average for rain and also promotes dry spells of winds too can be expected till around 22nd June 2016. Mid of July month will boost the Rain when Mercury will join Sun and later Mars too join with Mercury and Sun that can drop the rainfall.
If we see July-August Month will be the Main Months when North India will experience Plenty of Rain but after Jupiter transit in Leo on 14th of July in Magaha Nakashtra there will be deprecation of rainfall in both North and eastern states till august and after mid of September month.
For West (W) – In the west direction having Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, western part of MP, Sindh, west Punjab, Multan (west Pakistan), daman and diu; Aries Rasi (Fiery) is rising having 25 % water content and 75 % heat content without any major planet aspects and falls in the category of Prachand and Dahan nadi.
Lord mars is with sun in Gemini sign in 9th house and in navamasa mars is aspected by mercury too – indicates western states can experience extreme temperature, heat and warm weather and will be prone to heat storms and dry wind Spells. Temperature can goes up-to 45 to 48 Degree. Quantity of rain will be less with gradual time. Expected and Some of Important Dates of Monsoon across the India for pre-monsoon and south west monsoon rain according to the principals of astro-meteorological transit of planets
When Sun prepares to enters in ” Mrigashira nakashtra” around about end of May (20th of May) and most probably in first week of June (8th of June 2015) , Southwest monsoon will enters into Indian Subcontinent from west coastal areas and usually strikes the coastal region of Kerala and andhara Pradesh and when sun enters into Ardara Nakashtra ( on 22nd of June 2015), Monsoon will enters into Northern Regions of India.
When Sun enters into Cancer in Pushya Nakashtra on (21st of July 2015) Real Phase of Monsoon will strike over northern and some of western zones of India including New Delhi, Punjab, up and Jammu and Kashmir. When Sun’s enter in to Kanya (after 17th September 2015), there will be beginning of Monsoon withdrawal from northern region mostly from Kashmir and other northern States mainly due to western disturbance winds and it start entering in Bihar and other south eastern regions.
When Sun’s enter into Hastha nakashtra (on 28th of September 2015) in Virgo Sign , there will backward rains in Bihar region which we called “ hathiya rain “.
When Sun enters into Chitra Nakashtra (11th of October 2015) , there will be Some occasional rains or it may mean final withdrawal of South-West monsoon from India.
For further deep analysis in zones of India we need to analyze Saptanadi Nadi Chakara deeply with some of important transits in Ardara Parvesh Chakara for month of June, July, August and September 2015.Let see what is further written in destiny of India based on principals of Sapata nadi chakara
1. Mundane Astrological analysis for Monsoon condition for Rest of India from 7th June to 21st of June 2015.
According to Current transits of planets Mars, Sun and Retrograde Mercury is in Taurus, a sign representing south-west and some part of Center of India.There will be chances of increase in intense heat waves over central India after 7th June 2015 and when Mars will move over to Mrigshara Nakashtra and further when Sun will join Mars in Mrigshara after 8th of June 2015 Heat waves will spread over from central to South west of India and further will move over toward North of India around 12th of June 2015.
12th of June 2015 could be one of hottest day once again for most of Indian Regions and it will carry this legacy till 15th of June and after 15th of June Legacy will move toward Northern India when Sun will move over to Gemini Sign.
From 16th June onward Northern States will burn like red hot apple till 19th of June 2015.
After 19th June to 21st of June – There will be change in weather pattern for most of Northern India when Moon will Move Over to Pushya Nakashtra in Cancer sign, at the same time Jupiter and Venus will be closely conjugated in Ashlehsa nakashtra within orbital distance of 6 degrees.This will be the benchmark for 1st Monsoon rainfall for North of India and we can experience fresh breeze of Monsoon over north of India.
Meanwhile from 8th June to 19th of June South-west Monsoon will move over to Western India and but we can experience some decay in Rain pattern over some states of South and western states, although there will be continuous rain from 7th June onward but it will show some decay in pattern.Southern-Western of India including Mumbai, Madhayapardesh, Ap, Kerala and Telanagna.
Till Sun, Mercury and Mars are closely Moving over Nakashtras of Rohini Nakashtra aspect-ed by Retrograde Saturn from Scorpio around 15th June 2015 – Central and Northern India will be in Panic by Drastic Heat waves spells and extreme warm/Dry weather. Temperature could go around 45 to 49 Degree around 12th June to 15th June 2015.After 15th of June there will be fall in temperature over central India and it will shift toward north of India.
2. From June 12 – June 19th 2015, Mercury will Become Direct on 12th, once again an indication of change in weather trend and when it is going to conjugate with Moon on 15th of June, we can experience Cool breeze and soothing weather in central and southern-western region of India. At the Same time when Sun and Mars will go around Gemini Sign in Mrigshara Nakashtra – There will be Sudden Changes in weather conditions in Kerala, AP, Uttaranchal and uttrakhand.
Heat waves Spell will move around coastal areas of India. Monsoon can behave Erratic around these days in central India ( as Mars and Sun will be in Mrigshara Nakashtra) – Ruling central and SW India Monsoon and can create extremely low pressure resulting heavy rainfall. As soon as sun closely moves with mars in Mrigshara nakashtra within 2 or 3/6 degree, monsoon will behave erratic in central, SW and SE India. We need to wait till sun get separated from a greater distance from mars at-least around 10 degree. Another reason was from last week two massive sunspots are directing toward earth atmosphere. As per current planetary transits Northwest and Eastern people can soon expect good monsoon rain when Sun and mars will move toward Ardara Nakashtra around 22nd of June. There will be more chances of tropical storms around bay of Bengal might be around these days. 3. After 22nd of June, wheel of time will move toward Uncertainties in coming June-July Month, Mars and Sun both will in Same Sign in Gemini (Currently in Mrigshara) having 6/8 relationship with Saturn (Prachanda Nadi) and 2/12 Relationship with Jupiter(Amrita Nadi).
As per transits Sun will be ahead with 2 degree difference from mars and later when Sun will move to Ardara Nakashtra on 22nd June with Mars in Soumya Nadi – Nature will show its true furious, sudden and fierce form via Storms, heat and sudden Rainfall and later when Mercury will join this league it will act as catalyst in July month.
Simply weather will be erratic. Indicating Mars, Sun and Saturn will create Panic via heat waves, Heavy rainfall, thunderstorms, and wind storms as most of the malefic planets are in Vayu and Agni Nadi’s Zone – Heat waves, Windy Storms, Intense low pressure and Dryness will be in constant peak. Northern and Eastern States need to keep an eye on weathers Uncertainties. Destruction of lives could be there due to increase in Heat, humidity and Wind in atmosphere. 4. After 19th of June 2015 to 20th of June 2015 – we can experience good weather conditions in North of India including Delhi, Jammu and Other northern states of India. Good Rain can be expected around these dates.
5. With the advancement of Venus over Magha Nakashtra in Leo on 5th of July 2015 – Northern and South-Eastern states can expect nice chilling and Sunny weather with greater level of increase in lower atmospheric pressure around 5th of July but later it will give sudden changes in weather and there could be Change in weather and atmospherics patterns in Both North and South Eastern States, Sometime too much Chilling sunny day with high amount of humidity, that what signifies when Venus is moving ahead Sun and act like Sun, adjusting environment according to the seasons, Same time there will be sudden rainfall when low pressure exceeds the humidity level.
Bay of Bengal will help in bringing change in weather in Northern and South eastern part of India after 5th of July. Low Pressure system will build up when Jupiter will move over Leo and join hands With Venus, Uncertainty in weather trend will be there after Jupiter transit on Leo sign pm 14th of July, Storms can come – Bihar, Assam, Orissa – Need Special attention for weather monitoring from 6th July to 30 July onward. Venus will made entry in Amrita nadi – which is considered as good for normal rain – So expect both the conditions. Till Venus is in Magha weather trend will be low but Venus movement over Uttra-phalguni will increase quantity of Rain amount.
6. On 6th July 2015, Mercury will join hands with Mars and Sun in Gemini Over Mrigshara Nakashtra ; Southern-Western States of India will go under a major change in weather conditions. Mercury will act as catalyst in improving weather condition in southern-western states of India.
Sun and Mars will be in Ardara Nakashtra in SaumyaNadi – Weather will change drastically and will be erratic, there could be strong chances of increase in temperature and there will be a strong possibilities of windy spell along coastal areas and increase in the depth of high and low pressure system, as still Mars is forming 6/8 Relationship with Saturn and 2/12 Relationship with Jupiter – this could lead to a situation of not according to the people living over there – Heat windy spell or sudden heat waves or rain storms with winds can be expected.
7. From July 14 to July 17 – South-west Region can experience sudden erratic weather condition and change of trend in temperature – three planets are going to Participate in Ardara Nakashtra (Saumya nadi). Sudden blow of wind can give change in trend of temperature and Moon will help in creating low pressure around coastal areas – Results we can expect Rain.
Though Sun is away from this conjunction – Temperature will break out. At the same time Jupiter is shifting its major position in Leo rashi (having 0 % Water content) and also going to join in Magha in Amrita Nadi – Nakashtra of Suddenness- Eastern States (i.e. Some of northern States, Bihar, Uttra-kahand, MP etc) gone see Sudden rise in temperature with increasing Humidity and Low pressure and later it can give good rain (being in Amrita nadi).
8. On July 17 – Movement of Sun with Moon in Cancer Sign (Sign having 100 % water content) in Jala and Neera nadi – Low pressure could build up and rise of humidity can be expected in north India and we can expect 2nd phase of Pre monsoon showers in north of India. We can say it would be first mature Rainfall of Monsoon will hit around 17th of July 2015 in J&K, Delhi, Punjab etc.
9. On July 21 2015, Mercury will moves into Cancer rashi, a water sign with 100% water content, the second spell of pre-monsoon rain can be expected in Delhi and some places of north India.
10. On July 26 2015 – Venus going to Retrograde over Eastern States – there could be rise of temperature in South -Eastern States.
11. On the August 1 2015 – The Moon will be in Capricorn Sign (100% Water content) in Dhanistha Nakashtra in Amrita nadi and at the Same time Mars will join Cancer Sign with Sun and Mercury – North India could experience average spell of heavy Rain.
12. August 5, 2015 – There will be Major Changes in South Eastern States – Mercury going to Join with Retrograde Venus and Jupiter over Leo Sign – All three are closely going to join in Magha – Nakashtra which is majorly seen for drought like condition, Dry Windy Spells and intensive heat patterns which will help in building low pressure within few weeks and later Rain can Break out from intensive humidity and chilling sunny weather. At the Same time North of India will continue under Heavy Humidity because Sun and Mars over Cancer Sign.
13. On August 14, 2015- Moon going to join Cancer sign with Sun, Mars and Retrograde Venus over Ashlesha Nakashtra in Amrita Nadi- North of India can expected heavy Rainfall over this time period up to 2 days.
14. On August 17, 2015 – Sun going to shift its major position over Leo Sign with Mercury and Jupiter – North and South- Eastern States – will undergo major shift in weather condition as it can give chances of Sunspots around Leo Signs which will be a major factor for change in weather scenario for up to months. There will be increase heat, warm weather and Humidity will be high and later it can give good Rain but volume won’t be satisfactory.
15. On August 23, 2015 – Mercury going to join hands with North Node Rahu , North and Eastern States gone see sudden dramatic turn in Weather – we can expect high blow of winds or storm or slight chances of Rainfall. Specially Jammu and Kashmir gone face major change in weather trend from August 23 to September 23 2015.At the same time Other North and Eastern States will be under – High Humidity and can see Sudden Dramatic changes in rain pattern till 10th of September 2015.
16. After 13th September 2015 Sun going to join Rahu with Mercury over Hasta Nakashtra – Bihar and other Eastern states will be under good Rainstorm- Weather and Monsoon will take shift and it will start falling from north of India and moves toward Eastern zone. We can expect backward rainfall around this time and Flood like situation can be expected in South Eastern states i.e., Orissa, Bihar and east Visakha patnam etc because of transits of sun with mercury and north nodes around Eastern States, and they need to take care from 13th of September to 30th of September 2015.
The summary of above analysis is that south west monsoon will reach Delhi and north India on the July 17th and it will start maturing from 21st of July 2015 and after than other North of India will get Good Rainfall. There will be very less rain till July 17. But after July 17-21, 2015 there will be chances of good rain all over the India particularly in North/West Directions of India. We can expect flood like situation or backward rainfall over South-Eastern states probably around September month (i.e. Bihar, Orissa etc. ). Month of August and September 2015 will be much in focus for North and South Eastern States due to change of Major transits in Leo. If I would like to say single word for 2015- This year will hottest year with temperature can goes up to 45 to 48 degree, South-west and North-Eastern States need to take care of Extreme heat and Dry spells.
This year Mars is in (Dahan nadi) is having 6/8 relationship with Saturn (Prachanda nadi) and 2/12 Relationship with Jupiter(Amrita nadi) – Indicating this year Mars, Sun and Saturn can create Panic in Southern and Western regions of India in the form of Intense heat waves, heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and Wind storms as most of the Malefic planets are in Vayu and Agni Nadi’s Zone – Heat waves, excessive rain, Windy storms and Dryness will be in peak this year,
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