GAJA KESARI YOGA BENEFITS:
- TOP POSITION
- CONTROLS EVERYTHING
- KING OR LIKE A KING
Gaja Kesari Yoga is one of the most auspicious combinations in Vedic Astrology. In Sanskrit, Gaja means “ELEPHANT” and Kesari means “LION”.
So, when this yoga is formed a the birth chart or Kundli of a person, it acquires the power of these two mighty animals.
This yoga is one of the most promising combinations in Vedic Astrology. The planets responsible for the formation of this combination are Jupiter And Moon.
Jupiter is the planet which gives us knowledge, fame, children and riches and Moon is the planet which represents happiness, peace of mind and prosperity as well.
The beautiful and powerful combination of these two planets in a birth chart has the capability to take the person to a great height.
SO WHEN IS THIS YOGA FORMED IN A BIRTH CHART?
This yoga is formed when Jupiter Is In:
- Conjunction with the Moon
- 4th house from the Moon
- 7th house from the Moon
- 10th house from the Moon
According to probability, this yoga occurs in 33.33 % of all Birth Charts or Kundlis.
So the question arises that how can a combination which is so common that every third person in the world has it in his/her chart be so good for each and everyone?
THIS DEPENDS ON 2 THINGS:
- The strength of this combination in the chart
- Fructification of this Combination
WHEN IS THIS YOGA STRONG?
A strong Gaja Kesari Yoga takes place when Jupiter & Moon are:
- In 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th house
- Not afflicted by malefic planets
- Exalted or in own house
- Between 5 to 25 degrees
EXAMPLES WHEN THIS YOGA IS STRONG:
WHEN IS THIS YOGA WEAK?
This yoga is weak when Jupiter & Moon are:
- Not in Kendra houses or in malefic houses
- In conjunction with malefic planets
- Aspected by malefics
- Either in infancy or in old age (Degree wise)
- Debilitated ( Any One)
WHEN DOES THIS YOGA GIVE RESULTS?
This yoga gives the native its best result in the Major Period or Mahadasha of Jupiter or Moon.
The result is top notch when a strong Gaja Kesari Yoga takes place along with exaltation of either Jupiter or Moon and the native is undergoing Ju-Mo Dasha or Mo-Ju Dasha.
However, if this yoga is weak or a person does not experience the Dasha of Jupiter or Moon, then this Yoga is merely an empty promise.