Tithi Pravesha

ptolemyastrologylrgTithi Pravesha is the high watermark of our tradition. Unlike the Tajaka authors of mid-west and greece who used the solar return charts, we in the east use the tithi return. This is the moment when the sun and moon form the exact same angle that they did at the time of our birth annually. Another condition is that the Sun must be in the same sidereal sun-sign; thats because we are human and not gods. Our soul is still trapped in this human body.

For those who are conversnat with mundane astrology, you will recall that in the Chaitra chart we make for each year, the sun-moon conjunction i.e. the start of the sukla pratipada is the start of the New Year and not the solar ingress into Aries. The King of the year is determined from this annual Tithi Pravesha chakra of the Chaitra Pratipada. The Aries and other sidereal solar ingress charts gives the various ministers and are subservient to this Tithi Pravesha chakra of Sukla Pratipada. In a similar vein the Tithi Pravesha chart of our birthdays is the real start of the new year whereas the solar ingress or solar return is subservient to this TP Chart. Hope you learn from all the nine video’s.

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Sanjay Rath belongs to a traditional family of astrologers from Bira Balabhadrapur Sasan village of Puri, Orissa, which trace their lineage back to Shri Achyuta Das (Sri Achyutananda). His grandfather, the late Pandit Jagannath Rath, was the Jyotish Ratna of Orissa and authored many books on Jyotish.
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Sri Rudra’s Krishna Mantra

Sri Rudra’s Krishna Mantra

Rudra kṛta Kṛṣṇa Mantra
॥ श्रीकृष्णस्य सप्तदशाक्षरो मन्त्रः॥ || śrīkṛṣṇasya saptadaśākṣaro mantraḥ ||

श्रीगणेशाय नमः। śrīgaṇeśāya namaḥ |

महादेव उवाचः।
mahādeva uvācaḥ |
Śrī Mahādeva spoke

ॐ श्रीं नमः श्रीकृष्णाय परिपूर्णतमाय च।
मन्त्रेषु मन्त्रराजोऽयं महान् सप्तदशाक्षरः॥ १॥
om śrīṁ namaḥ śrīkṛṣṇāya paripūrṇatamāya ca |
mantreṣu mantrarājo’yaṁ mahān saptadaśākṣaraḥ || 1||
“om śrīṁ namaḥ śrīkṛṣṇāya paripūrṇatamāya etc.,” is the mantra-rāja and is a mahā 17-syllable mantra
Actually the number of syllables in “om śrīṁ namaḥ śrīkṛṣṇāya paripūrṇatamāya” are fifteen. By adding ‘svāhā’ at the end of the mantra, it converts to seventeen syllable mantra.

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