|Your birth chart indicates Makar Lagna, represented by Moon, being aspected by Mars and retro Saturn with Mithun Navamsha. Lagna is Prishtodaya, and Chara Rasi.
Your Janam Rasi is Makar Rasi and Janma Nakshatra is Sravan (1st charan), whose lord is Moon,who is placed in Lagna bhava.
Saturn (Lagna & 2nd lord) is retrograded and debilitated in 4th bhava, and influencing 6th, 10th and Lagna bhavas, with Vrischik Navamsha.
Mercury (6th & 9th lord) is placed in 12th bhava and influencing 6th bhava, with Vrishabha Navamsha.
Venus (10th & 5th lord) is placed in 10th bhava, with kumbha navamsha, and conjoined with Jupiter and Mars.
Dashamsha Chart indicates Meena Lagna, represented by exalted Venus and Rahu, which is making 3-11 axis with birth lagna chart.
Indu Lagna is in Mesha Rasi in 4th bhava. Whenever transit Jupiter influences this Indu Lagna or its trines, one will have good financial gains during that year.
As per Vimshottari Dasha Pattern you are now running Jupiter mahadasha with Saturn antardasha upto 7th October 2008.
In Gochara, Saturn is now transiting in Karka Rasi (7th bhava) in retrogression and will enter Simha Rasi, on 15th July 2007. Jupiter is transiting in Vrischik rasi (11th bhava). Rahu is transiting in Kumbha Rasi in 2nd bhava.
In the coming one year you will have mixed results in your business. The present transit of Saturn upto 15th July 2007, will give tough period, and you have to exert much to obtain results.
In June 2007, you will have change in business due to unforeseen circumstances, and in the long run it will prove to be good.
In Aug. 2007, there will be good financial gains and also committed expenditure for you.
In Nov.2007, there will be long travels including foreign travel, towards South direction.
In Dec. 2007 / Jan.2008, there will be new venture which you will be planning and which may take shape to come through. These ventures will be more favourable for you.
To obtain favourable results during this period, you are advised to recite the following Dhyana Slokam for 108 times, in the morning hour on all Thursdays.
'Devaanaamch Risheenaamch |