About MB Vimshottari Dasha Software

Vedic astrology or Hindu astrology has been derived from the Vedas the prime Hindu text of philosophy. It is the study of the positions of different planets with respect to the zodiac and the effect of these planets on an individual. Hindu astrology has solved the vexed question of the timing of events to a great extent with the help of the Dasha system which is in vogue amongst the Indians.

The Hindus take the exact position of the Moon at the time of birth, find out in which Nakshatra, the star Moon then was, and then after calculation, find out the order of the dashas that will be followed. The planet for calculating the Vimshottari dasha is the Moon and its position at the time of the birth of a child. Vimshottari dashas have been found to be very simple, most accurate and scientific as well. MB Vimshottari Dasha calculates your Vimshottari Dasha and also explains the effect of the same.

From a very scientific point of view, we cannot say with any sort of definiteness, upon what basis each planet is allotted a certain number of years as its term of Dasha. But to be very frank, Dasha system does yield very useful and satisfactory results. The position of the Moon at the time of birth is very important in the calculation of the Dashas. The various influences that will prevail during the periods of rule of the different planets affect your health, your finances and your relationships. In total there are eight dashas affecting the human beings. They have been listed as follows:

  • Ravi/ Sun Dasha
  • Chandra/ Moon Dasha
  • Kuja/ Mars Dasha
  • Budha Dasha
  • Guru/ Jupiter Dasha
  • Shukra/ Venus Dasha
  • Sani/ Saturn Dasha
  • Rahu Dasha
  • Ketu Dasha

The Dashas are definitely better and accurate in evaluating the overall purpose and the gist of an individual's life. In other words, MB Vimshottari Dasha describes in detail the effects of the movement of different planets on an individual's life.

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