FAQs - Nepal Jyotish - Complete Astrology and Vastu Solutions.

As an astrology student or a normal person, many questions must have come to your mind which is not related to astrological interpretation but it’s functioning and other areas. Here I have tried to answer some of these questions. If you have one such question, leave it below in comments and I will try to answer it either in the comment itself or in a new post.

The word “jyoti” means a flame or a light. It’s the light which shines down from the heavens and provides us with the ability to see physically and also to look deeper into the subtle energies of life. The suffix “sh” means best or wisest. Therefore, the word jyotish may be translated as “the science of light” or “the wisdom of the heavens”. By illumining our inner light, we can remove darkness and ignorance and reveal the truth about our lives. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.
An accurate birth time is extremely important. In the system of Vedic astrology, you experience planetary cycles throughout your life. The timing of these cycles is based on your time of birth. The Vedic astrologer analyzes these cycles to predict upcoming events in your life. The more accurate your birth time, the more accurate the predictions of events. The best source of information for your birth time is usually your birth certificate.
Then you have two options. First, you can have your chart rectified. This requires recreating significant events in your life (moves, graduations, new jobs, relationships, etc.) and then seeing how they tie into the planetary cycles in your life. A birth time is then determined for you. The other option is to ask prashnas (questions) about specific topics. A chart is created for the moment that the question is asked and then predictions are made. Both methods have been used with great accuracy for hundreds of years in Nepal.