How are people born in Harshana Yoga?
Yogas, essentially, refer to the combination of the Sun and the Moon when a native is born in a constellation. There are a total of 27 different Yogas based on the twenty seven constellations propounded in Vedic Astrology. The astrological combinations or Niti yogas help decipher the personality traits of an individual like temperament, behavior and other characteristics. The Nitya Yogas are mathematically calculated by adding the longitudes of the Moon and the Sun and dividing the sum by 13 degrees and 20 minutes.
Harshana(“joy”, “rejoicing”, “blooming” “Thrilling” or “delightful”) is the14th Nitya (Naisargika) Yoga, which is ruled by Bhaga, Surya.
The person born in the period will be happy and of loving nature. They are dominating and authoritative in nature. You possess a dynamic persona. You are interested in subjects related to creativity, literature, and arts. You are likely to carry out all your endeavours with excitement. They become leaders wherever they are placed due to inherent leadership qualities. These qualities will manifest depending on the challenges & opportunities they get. They stand by Truth and fight for it.
You like to explore new talents. You earn respect and resources due to your enterprise. You are lucky with Children. You are pleasant to interact with. You love to be the centre of attention.
You should avoid bending backwards for others. You like to be happy and spread cheer. You are always helped by friends. You know how to keep others happy.
You like to be happy and jovial all the time. One born in Harshana Yoga will be crooked in disposition, endowed with much happiness, untruthful, very mighty and be a tiller. You have good humour. You are scholarly in many subjects and expert in shastras and classics. You are well respected in Society for this qualities. You are determined and have the strength to stand by their convictions. You have wisdom and get fame.
There are 27 Yogas in all, which occur on different days as Nakshatra, Thithi etc. occur. To avoid confusion with Raja Yogas etc. occurring in individual horoscopes, these are called Dina Yogas or Nitya Yogas. “Dina” means a day and “Nitya” means daily.
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