All the lives on earth is dependent on the energy of Sun. It is a symbol of spirit that provides lives to many creatures on the earth. A fruit can not ripe until it get the sunlight. In Hindu Mythology, the Sun or Surya holds a great significance. The followers worships Surya and seek its blessings on every auspicious occasion. They even offer water to the Sun as an attempt to impress the god.
Sun is also worshipped because it provides life, force and energy in Hinduism. In fact, there is a culture of ‘Surya Namaskar’ where people greets the Sun by doing exercise and thanking the god for everything it offers to human.
People believe that the time when Sun enters into any Zodiac Signs is the most auspicious one. They use this time to perform religious activities or start up a new career.
According to Panchang (Hindu Calendar), a solar month ends when the Sun enters from one sign to another. The whole calendar is based on movements of the Sun.
If you go towards the Western Culture, you will find out that the Sun is known as ‘Apollo’ who is a son of planet Jupiter and ‘Latona’.
The Sun also considered as the soul of Kaalapursha. Many call it the King or a dominant star that rules every planet in the system.
Surya represents Lord Brahma and his four faces. Brahma’s four faces are all the four seasons as well as the vital elements (Fire, Air, Earth, Water). Surya provides us with resistance and vitality. It governs our perception and consciousness and strengthens our willpower to make us more resolute and decisive.
Hot, dry, masculine and positive, that is how this planet is being introduced in every chapter. Sun is the God of fire which rules the Grishma season which is June -July. During this period, the heat is on its peak.
Surya often considered as father of its native, kings, the government and all persons in authority.
Talking about its natives, those who are born under its influence get honey-coloured eyes on large and round face. Along with that, its natives gets body and hair color lighter. However, Sun’s natives can also be recognised through their bad temperament. The Sun rules these body parts — heart, head, brain, right eye in males and left eye in females, bones, mouth, spleen, throat, lungs, arteries, blood and its circulation.
If Surya is afflicted then, its natives will become annoying. They will develop jealousy, anger, pride, immorality, arrogance, mean attitude etc.
However, when it is beneficial, it will offer its native, fame, optimism, power, boldness, position, dignity, commanding ability, happiness, royal appearance, vitality, energy, success, good health, warmth, affection, good temperament, etc
Heart problems, aphasia, polypus, high fever, epilepsy, cerebral, baldness, meningitis, low blood pressure, eye disease, and sunstroke.
The planet stands for lion, serpents, horse, and boar. Lark, swan, nightingale as well as the other birds who sing.
Places that Surya represents like Shiva temples, mountains, fortress, government buildings, forests, public offices like District Boards, panchayat etc.
Precious metals and Gems
Copper, Gold, and Ruby are the metals and stones that Surya represents. In the Surya Nakshatra, natives whose Lagnesh is Surya might begin wearing a Ruby ring in copper or gold on their ring finger (Krttika, Uttara Phalguni, Uttaraashadha).
|Quality||Satvik but cruel.|
|Deity||In morning it is like Bramha-in noon it is like Mahesh (Shiva)-in evening it is like Vishnu.|
|Karkatwa of Planet: SUN|
|General||Temple, Shiva, bones, father, head of the dept., medicine, city, religion, Vedic, teaching, Promotion, Govt. Honors development, name and fame.|
|Health (body part)||Right eye, Soul, glow, Stomach, heart, immunity|
|Relation||Father , Son, King, President, PM, Father in law, Prominent personalities|
|Places||forest, lion caves, places, government offices, forts, places.|
|Substance||wheat, some chemicals.|
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