Astrology

Gauli Patanam By V.Raghavendra Rao, India

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Raghavendra Rao hails from Tirupati a well known pilgrimage centre in India. He has studied M.A. Indian Culture and M.A. Astrology.  He has  published 20 articles in Telugu and edited and published Four Unpublished Palm Leaf Manuscripts in Telugu language. He is deeply interested in bringing out rare manuscripts translated into English for the benefit of astrology lovers worldwide. Saptarishis Astrology honors the spirit of Shri Raghavendra Rao.

The House lizards use to fall down rarely.  When it falls on any person whether male/female the   sakuna /Omen for this is told by sages are as detailed below. 

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Part of the Body

Sakuna / effect

On ear

May hear a bad news

On eye lids

Monitory gains

Between eyebrows

Quarrel   indicated 

Right eye

Defeat

Left  eye

May feel ashamed

On Nose

Proposed work will not be fruitful

On the tip of the nose

Defeat

Beside nose

Gains through  of friends

On the Mustache

Gains by way of Power of authority

Upper lips

Crops yield s well

Lower lips

Feast

On the tongue

Good Education

On the chin

Danger to life

On the beard

Imprisonment

Neck – back side

Fear of life threat

Backside  on the small pit

May  have to shoulder  a heavy item

Neck – front side

may commit suicide

On the Adams apple of neck

Problems on both sides

Chest

Victory

On heart region

Indication of fear

Upper stomach

Baby boy may born/ putra labham

On the Naval

Fear indicated

Below the naval

Disease

Sides of stomach

Healthy

On the shoulders

Helping

On the arms

Hurdles in the proposal

Palms

Monitory gains

Elbows

No co-operation

Wrist

Blow on ego

On the nails

Fear from animals

On the spine

Fear from enemies

On the spinal card

Fear from ghosts

Underarms

Fear of ghosts

On the front side hair of head

Bad

On the edges of hair

Easy death indicated

On hair

Trouble

On the hair knots

Danger to husband

On the paw

Good

Backside of waist

May buy new dresses

On the buttocks

May gain good sleep

Backside of laps

Fear from poison / enjoy on bed

On the laps

Comforts

On laps for ladies

Prostituting

On the edge of lap

Feel weak

On the  of pennies

Child may born

On the edge of pennies

Loss of union

On the  pubic hair

Wandering

On the testicles and below it

Fear of thieves

On the rectum

Fear from arms

On the knees

Vehicle comforts

On the backside of knees

Loss of vehicles

Below the knees

Gastric trouble

Below the knees on the veins

Loss of money through hospitalization

On the legs

Proposal will be fruitful

Below the knee on the bone

Proposal will not be fruitful

Backside of paw

Imprisonment

On the bone of paw

Work will not be completed

Ankles

Disease

On the paw

Journey

On leg fingers

Disease

On the head – at back side of  Brahmarandra[1]

Very good / monitory gains

Centre of head

Disease

Right side of head

Bad  to elder brother

Back side of head

Bad to younger brother

Front side of brahmarandra

Bad to maternal uncle

On Brahmarandra

Threat to life

On the face

Monitory gains

For ladies near ears

Good

On the Saree cloth above the head

Danger

On the  turban

Bad

On the Cheeks – for Gents

Relatives may visit

On the Cheeks – for ladies

Bad

This is a prominent Sakuna system in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.  It is published in all Telugu Panchangas every year.  However for the readers of Saptarishis Astrology this is translated. On the next page you would find the translation of a manuscript titled Gavuli Palku Lakshanam

[1] Brahmarandra means On the top of the skull (If you observe newly born small children on the top of the head one skinny portion softly without formation of skull, after one of two months skull forms there) The seers (rishis use to leave their atma at the time of their death piercing from the brahma randra is also well known as kapala moksha) that portion of the head is called Brahma randhra.

[1] Brahmarandra means On the top of the skull (If you observe newly born small children on the top of the head one skinny portion softly without formation of skull, after one of two months skull forms there) The seers (rishis use to leave their atma at the time of their death piercing from the brahma randra is also well known as kapala moksha) that portion of the head is called Brahma randhra.

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