Vedic Astrology is real richer and more accurate than all other systems. Especially for the Predictions of Events with Time Frame. Vedic system tell us- "What is going to be happen in our life, AND When it will happen". It covers Karmic, Spiritual and Materialistic aspects of one's entire life with the Timing of Events. Jyotish, also anglicized Jyotish and Jyotisha, is the Hindu system of astrology (also known as Indian astrology, Hindu astrology, and of late, Vedic astrology). Traditionally, it has three branches. Actually the word Jyotish belongs to the Vedangas. There are six Vedangas: Shiksha
(phonetics), Kalpa (rituals), Vyakarana (grammar), Jyotishya (astronomy), Nirukta (etymology) and Chhandas (metrics). These are mentioned in the Upanishads. Nirukta has explained as dhyotiti yat tat jyotihi jyotisham i.e. which enlightens us that type of a flame a Jyoti that is Jyotish.

History of Vedic Astrology
The two are the part of predictive astrology (Phalita). Conceptually, therefore, Indian astrology has two branches, Ganita (Siddhanta) and Phalita (Samhita plus Hora). The foundation of Jyotisha is the notion of bandhu of the Vedas or scriptures, which is the connection between the microcosm and the macrocosm. The practice of Jyotisha primarily relies on the sidereal zodiac, which is different from the tropical zodiac used in Western astrology in that an ayanamsa adjustment is made for the gradual precession of the vernal equinox. Jyotisha includes several nuanced sub-systems of interpretation and prediction with elements not found in Hellenistic astrology, such as its system of lunar mansions (nakshatras). Astrology remains an important facet in the lives of many Hindus. In Hindu culture, newborns are traditionally named based on their jyotish charts, and jyotish concepts are pervasive in the organization of the calendar and holidays as well as in many areas of life, such as in making decisions made about marriage, opening a new business, and moving into a new home. To some extent, astrology even retains a position among the sciences of modern India. Following a controversial judgment of the Andhra Pradesh High Court in 2001, some Indian universities even offer advanced degrees in astrology

Importance of Mangal in Astrology

Characteristics,Importance,Significance,interpretation, Effects of Mars Dasha,Mangal Dasha in Astrology.

  •  if Mangal is in a Kendr, or Trikon, 

  • or in Labha, 

  • or, if Mangal is in his exaltation Rasi, or is in one of his own Rasis, 

  • or is associated with the Lagna's, Dharma's, or Karma's Lord.

Effects, like 

  • acquisition of kingdom,

  •  property, clothes, ornaments, land and desired objects, 

will be derived in the Antar Dasha of Mangal in the Dasha of Sukra

  • if Mangal is in Ari, Randhr, or Vyaya, 

  • or, if Mangal is in the 6th, 8th, or 12th from the Lord of the Dasha.

There will be 

  • fever from cold, 

  • diseases (like fever) to parents, 

  • loss of position, 

  • quarrels, 

  • antagonism with the king and government officials, 

  • extravagant expenditure etc., 

If Mangala is Dhana's, or Yuvati's Lord.
  • Physical distress, 
  • losses in profession,
  •  loss of village, land etc.
  • will be the results, 
Jyotishagya Pt. Vijay Bharti

Expert in Krishna Murti Paddhati & Traditional Astrology