Jupiter has biggest size among all the planets and it cannot be ignored as it is hailed a teacher or Guru. In Hinduism, this planet is called Guru which provides luck and fortune.
Guru is also known as the glant of the solar system which is well beyond the swarm of asteroids. Jupiter completes its round in Sun’s orbit within nearly twelve years. Except for Mars and Venus, it is brighter than the other planets. It is the planet of respectability. It is the planet of spirituality and religion. Jupiter may be seen with the naked eye.
Also known as Guru, Brihaspati and Devaguru in Hindu mythology, Jupiter is considered to be a Brahim. The Sanskrit translations of these names are teacher, lord of light and teacher to the Gods. Jupiter, who represents God Dakshinamurthy, dispels ignorance and darkness while bringing wisdom to the world through light. Jupiter is known as Dakshinamurthy to Saivites and Narayana to Vaishnavites.
Jupiter is the Deva Guru, whereas Venus is the Asura Guru. When Jupiter and Venus conjunct in any house, it is thought to bring success to the native’s life. The two planets never collides in the heaven.
Jupiter is for spiritual uplift. With such influence of Buddha, a person could live a spiritual life where he can detach himself with the domestic life. It’s similar to “Para Loka-Sthana.” It stands for Indra. It also governs power. Rig Veda and Hemantha Rithu are under its control (December and January).
In Western mythology, Jupiter has the designation of a father of Gods-Zeus. In Egypt, Jupiter is called Ammon. Meanwhile, in the Norse, the planet is known as the Thor.
Jupiter is a masculine, buoyant, optimistic, expansive, jovial, positive, and dignified planet that is fiery, noble, productive, beneficent, and masculine. It has a generous and open personality.
In the chart of its native, Jupiter represents the Guru. In Vedic Astrology, it regulates the ninth and twelfth houses in the Kaal Purush Kundali who is the significator of the second, fifth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh houses.
On being positioned in the second house, Jupiter bestows a great deal of money and fortune on the native. Jupiter provides good education and children in the fifth house, which represents wisdom and education. It gives the way of higher learning and wisdom through spiritual Gurus in the ninth house, which is for higher learning and Gurus. The tenth house is for career and profession, and Jupiter does well in this house since it can confer a respectable and reputable work. Jupiter is usually useful and so ideal for the eleventh house, which is for income and gains.
Blood poisoning, liver problems, flatulence, dyspepsia, hernia, skin disease, catarrh, dropsy, mucus in urine, abscesses, carbuncles, diabetes, dermatitis, vertigo, and other ailments are mentioned by Guru.
Horse, ox, elephant, stag, and domestic animals are all represented by Animals Guru. Eagle, peacock, pheasant, whale, dolphin, and other animals are also represented.
Courts, grandiose buildings, sites where coronation and religious rituals are held, temples, colleges, schools, legislative assembly, and so on are all represented by Guru.
Gems and precious metals
Guru represents gold, platinum, topaz, and yellow sapphire as precious metals and gems. During Guru’s Nakshatras (star constellations – Punarvasu, Vishakha, Poorva Bhadrapada), natives whose Lagnesh (lord of ascendant) is Guru might begin wearing a yellow sapphire ring in gold on their index finger.
|Lord||9th & 12th House|
|Aspect||5th, 7th, 9th|
|Karkatwa of Planet: Jupiter|
|General||Life force, native, way of living life, body, guru, teacher, religion, banking, preacher, chest, holy, pious, nature, moral, principles, gains, philosophy, spiritual science, judicial services|
|Health (body part)||Nose|
|Relation||Native, guru, guide, minister, head of religious institute, eminent person.|
|Places||All religious places, schools, colleges|
|Substance||Channa dal, turmeric.|
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