An Astrological birth chart or a natal chart is a diagrammatic representation of the position of all the major planets at the exact time of your birth. Astrological charts have been used for centuries to determine one’s emotions, strengths, weaknesses, career paths, future opportunities, the best time for taking important decisions in your life, personality, and path.
Astrology charts give you insights about patterns and preferences. You can learn which talents to develop and what are your blind spots.
In Indian astrological study, there are many unique occurrences of situations in birth charts which are called “Yoga’. These Yogas are important as they have vital effects on your life. Yogas are supposed to be studied and removed, if damaging, from your horoscope by consultation of professional astrologers. At Arti Mittal astrological services, we offer complete creation and reading of your birth charts.
One certain Yoga known as Kaal Sarp Yoga is the most dreaded occurrence in one’s birth chart. This Yoga severely affects a person with multifarious misfortunes. In a natal chart clogging of all the planets between the axis of Rahu and Ketu indicates the presence of Kaal Sarp in one’s horoscope. If Rahu is the one approaching the planets then Kaal Sarp Yoga is said to be because of Rahu, as Rahu is engulfing the planets.
It is said that there are 12 types of Kalsarp Yoga based on the position of Indian astrological planet “Rahu”. These are Anant, Kulik, Vasuki, Shankhapal, Padma, Mahapadma, Takshak, Karanatak, Shankhanaad, Patak, Vishakata, Sheshnaag- all these Yoga are named after the snakes. Generally, Kaal Sarp Yoga is used to refer to Kaalsarp dosh.
Kaal Sarp Yoga is often believed to be generated from Parashari astrology. But in fact, it is the application of Nadi astrological principles. Over time it has been adopted by many other branches of astrology. This leads to a lack of original reference to it.
There are various myths regarding Kaal Sarp Yoga and which is true or not is difficult to say. The 12 types of Kaal Sarp Yogas are also believed to be a myth by some because of its Nadi origin.
Well, some definite myths related to Kaal Sarp Yoga are:-
According to the mythological story of Samudra Manthan, an asura cheated and drank Amrit out of turn. Due to this Lord Vishnu cut his head but he could not be killed because of the Amrit. So, Lord Shiva sentenced both devas and asuras to be at fault. The asura’s head could not be fixed but he was given the position of two planets namely Rahu and Ketu. He would have the power to eclipse Surya, Chandrama, and others periodically for what they had done.
It is called Kaalsarp because Rahu and Ketu are entities who have the power to swallow other planets. Rahu is the head and Ketu is the tail of the snake. They create eclipse on the sun, moon, and other planets which are referred to as swallowing.
Kaal Sarp Yoga is based on the ancient Indian saying i.e. ‘we will reap what we sow’. A person responsible for killing or death of an innocent animal or snake is very likely to have Kaal Sarp in their horoscope. It is often believed to be done in another life. It is the returning of your karmas and paying your punishments.
Identification of Kaal Sarp Yoga can be done by professional astrologer in Jaipur only but there are also certain characteristics that indicate the presence of Kaal Sarp Yoga in your horoscope. Though it is believed that Kaal Sarp Yoga comes into effect after 47 years or even longer but it has very disturbing effects on the bearer’s life.
Kaal Sarp Yoga also obstructs the effects of harmonious planetary positions.
Vedic Astrology suggests various methods to reduce the ill-effects of Kaal Sarp Yoga. Now those who suffer from Kaal Sarp Yoga must follow an expert astrologer’s advice for remedies. The following are some common steps for seeking a bit of relaxation from Kaal Sarp Yoga.