Guru Peyarchi Pooja

AstroVed

SP-75, Sidco Industrial Estate

1st Floor,Ambattur-

14 April
05:00AM
Guru Peyarchi Pooja
About The Event Bhagya Graha’s Auspicious Move: Brings Hope, Divinity & Wealth Guru is extremely benefic as it signifies happiness, financial abundance, and good fortune. Guru Peyarchi from Kumbha Rashi to Meena Rashi is considered the most favourable period for positivity, abundance, and spiritual enhancement. Guru is returning to Meena Rashi after a gap of 12 years. It is an auspicious home-coming when Guru blesses us with boons to fulfill our wishes and dreams. Incomparable Blessings of the Most Auspicious Peyarchi Guru denotes knowledge, and Meena Rashi signifies spirituality. Guru in its own Meena Rashi feels comfortable, as the Rashi-Graha combination creates auspicious and positive benefits. The auspicious combination can grant us blessings that can improve our outlook positively, enhancing faith in the Divine force and within ourselves. This Peyarchi is believed to be lucky as the auspicious Guru’s indisputable blessings can attract good fortune and abundance by bringing you opportunities you can utilize to the maximum. This Peyarchi period also brings with it an inner awareness of consideration, kindness, and a generous attitude of being more giving. How Guru Peyarchi in Meena Rashi Impacts You Guru Peyarchi in Meena Rashi is considered very favourable as guru it is entering the 12th house of the Rashi Mandala. The 12th house denotes spiritual elevation, contributions towards welfare, financial enhancement and travelling afar. Here, Guru can activate all the positive and favourable expectations of the 12th house. During Guru’s tenure in Meena Rashi, it will pass through three different Nakshatrams – Purvabhadra, Uttarabhadra, and Revati. Guru in Purvabhadra Nakshatram in Meena Rashi – Guru will move from Dhanishta to Purvabhadra Nakshatram. Guru rules over Purvabhadra Nakstatram and supports prosperity through skill and proficiency. Guru in Uttarabhadra Nakshatram in Meena Rashi − Guru will move into Uttarabhadra Nakshatram after Purvabhadra. Guru is agreeable transiting the Shani-ruled Uttarabhadra Nakshatram that denotes wealth. Guru who also signifies wealth can bestow positive blessings of plenty and abundance. Guru in Revati Nakshatram in Meena Rashi − Revati Nakshatram is ruled by Budha. Although Guru may not feel very comfortable transiting this Budha-ruled Nakshatram, Revati holds a strong association with wealth. It can enable Guru to bless you to create wealth through appropriate and wise investment in assets.

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