One of the most significant and not so regular events in Astrology is the transit of Jupiter. Jupiter is called ‘Guru’ in Sanskrit and from the ancient Indian astrology times. Jupiter is a prominent and significant NavGrah planet. Jupiter will transit from the sun sign Libra to Scorpio on the 11th of October in 2018.
Jupiter changes or transits into a new next sign approximately once a year. Therefore, it covers all the 12 zodiac signs in about 12 years. Jupiter rules Sagittarius and Pisces. Jupiter rules Houses 9th and the 12th.
By ‘Guru’ we mean Master, parents, teacher, professor, guide, instructor, trainer etc. Jupiter is also known as the teacher of the Gods. When Jupiter is favorable for a native, s/he gets the blessings of the seniors, Master, parents etc. Jupiter is also connected with knowledge, wisdom, understanding, diplomacy, education, economics, philosophy, law, hope, wealth, spirituality, religion, lucky, power, authority, children etc. Unfavorable, weak Jupiter or ill-placed Jupiter for a native can mean blind over-optimism, excessiveness, fierceness, lack of knowledge-understanding, marital problems, educational problems etc.
Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. It is the 5th planet from the Sun. It is mostly a benefic or auspicious planet. Jupiter’s friends are the Sun, the Earth’s moon and Mars; Jupiter is neutral with Saturn and the opponents are Mercury and Venus.
Thursdays are dedicated to Jupiter. Thursday is called Guruvaar in Hindi, Jueves in Spanish, Jeudi in French, Lovis in Latin, Pempti in Greek, Donnerstag in German, Chetverg in Russian, Mokuyobi in Japanese, Xingqisi in Chinese, al khamis in Arabic etc. The color associated with Jupiter is yellow. Yellow sapphire Is the gemstone for Jupiter. The Rudraksha for Jupiter is the five Mukhi Rudraksha.
A Mantra for Lord Guru is—
Om Gram Greem Graum Sah Guruve Namah
ॐ ग्रां ग्रीं ग्रौं सः गुरुवे नमः
(Updated Date & Time :- 2018-07-21 18:06:39 )
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