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Newborns between March 3 and 26, beneficiaries of a Neechabhanga Rajayoga

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Venus will enter the zodiacal sign of Pisces at 11.43 hours on March 2 and Mercury too will move into Pisces at 06.56 hours on March 3 to form a Venus – Mercury conjunction in this sign. 


How Neechabhanga Rajayoga arises
Venus attains exaltation (Uchcha) in Pisces whereas it is the sign of fall or debilitation (Neecha) for Mercury. According to the Astrological principles, there are several planetary positions that nullify the Neecha status of a planet leading to the rise of powerful Neechabhanga Rajayoga. One of them is the Neecha planet being placed in conjunction with the Uchcha planet in the same sign. Therefore, this is an instance where a planetary conjunction occurs leading to the rise of Neechabhanga Rajayoga. 


Favourable effects of Neechabhanga Rajayoga
The Neechabhanga Rajayoga makes the native powerful, wealthy, virtuous and famous. According to ancient seers, one would reap the beneficial effects of Neechabhanga Rajayoga during the combined Dasa periods of the debilitated planet and the lord of the sign that hosts the yoga-generating combination. 


Yoga ceases from March 26
The Neechabhanga Rajayoga-producing Venus – Mercury conjunction will end when Venus moves into Aries at 15.47 hours on March 26. This means all children to be born between 06.56 hours on March 3 and 15.47 hours on March 26 this year will become the beneficiaries of this Subha Yoga. 


Other yogas and favourable effects in the offing
Those to be born into the 12 Ascendants from Aries to Pisces during the above period in addition to being fortified with the Neechabhanga Rajayoga, will become the beneficiaries of several other yogas or very favourable effects according to the Bhava-positions in their horoscopes. The Subha Yogas or favourable effects resulting from an exalted Venus in Pisces for the 12 Ascendants are as follows:
For Aries (Mesha):  Vimala Yoga due to exalted Venus placed in the 12th House.

For Taurus (Vrushabha):  An increased income without any effort, a sharp perception and help and the pleasure of the company of friends due to exalted Venus in the 11th House.

For Gemini (Mithuna):  Malavya Yoga and Amala due to Venus being placed in the 10th House.
For Cancer (Kataka): Higher education, righteous lifestyle, high status and wealth due to exalted Venus placed in the 9th House.

For Leo (Simha):  Sarala Yoga due to exalted Venus in the 8th House.
For Virgo (Kanya):  Malavya Yoga due to exalted Venus in the 7th House
For Libra (Thula): Harsha Yoga arising from exalted Venus in the 6th House
For Scorpio (Vrushika):  A good education, talents in arts such as music, dancing, singing etc., attractive children
For Sagittarius (Dhanu):  Malavya Yoga due to exalted Venus in the 4th House.

For Capricorn (Makara):  Popularity, a good reputation and artistic talents due to exalted Venus in the 3rd House

For Aquarius (Kumbha): Wealth, pleasing speech, charming personality and a happy married life
For Pisces (Meena):  Malavya Yoga due to exalted Venus in the 1st House or the Lagna
The beneficial effects produced by the yogas mentioned above are as follows:

Malavya Yoga: This is one of the Maha Purusha Yogas. This yoga blesses the native with a well-developed physique, healthy sense organs, conveyances, comforts, luxuries, a strong mind, wisdom, tact and diplomacy and fame. 

Harsha Yoga confers a healthy physique, wealth through various means, a good family life, a sound financial position, respect and influence in society and a position of authority.

Sarala Yoga blesses the native with longevity, a good character, knowledge and wisdom, respect and influence in society, victory over enemies, a position of power and authority.

Vimala Yoga gives the native a very good character, wealth, a position of power and authority and an acumen for good financial management.  

Amala Yoga will make the native a person of high principles and character and bestow on him a very high position, good qualities, wealth and a good reputation. 

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