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India vs Pakistan seen through Vedic Astrology

India vs Pakistan seen through Vedic Astrology With the buildup happening between India and Pakistan let’s see what the charts say. India is Taurus lagana moon sign cancer nakshatra pushya. Astrosapna...

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ICC T20 World Cup 2016 FINALS WI VS ENG Astrology Prediction

ICC T20 World Cup 2016 FINALS (03 APRIL 7.00 PM) WI VS ENG Astrology Prediction    T20 WORLD CUP 2016 FINALS, Astrology prediction is here at AstroSapna. Check our T20 2016 WORLD CUP astrology...

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Karva Chauth 2015, Karva Chauth Pooja Timing on 30 October 2015

Karva  Chauth On 30th October 2015 Date 30/10/2015  Pooja Time: 17:33 to 18:52 Moon rise    20:26 Karva  chauth is falling on 30th October 2015 in this year. Karva chauth...

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Shradh 2015 dates - Pitru Paksh 2015

  Pitru paksh also known as shradh is from 28th September 2015 to 12th October 2015. As per Indian Vedic Astrology and Hindu tradition it is a sacred month to pay homage to the departed souls of near...

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Tarot of the day

Two of Swords

Two of Swords

 In a relationship-oriented situation the Two of Swords shows such barriers between the two partners. Sometimes only one person is responsible, but the number of the card suggests that both partners are at fault in the majority of cases. It manifests as a vicious cycle; one partner refuses to tell a secret and becomes defensive. The other partner is hurt and becomes equally defensive. This continues until the relationship falls apart or the tension is relieved, and such relief cannot come about through further defensiveness. The barriers cannot be shattered; they must be taken down piece by piece. And sometimes this is very uncomfortable to do.

The Two of Swords often represents situations where an answer could be found and the truth could be seen, but where the person or persons involved choose not to see it. The Two of Swords shows those times when you deliberately avoid seeing the truth. Maybe one of your ideas has been proven incorrect and, though you see that you were wrong, you do not want to admit it. It can be painful to remove a blindfold and see the truth, because even the softest light will blind those who have lived in darkness. But being blinded by the light is far preferable to being blinded by darkness

2016 yearly Report

2016 Over All Yearly Report

 How will be your upcoming year of 2016? We will answer in detail Our expert professional astrologers bring forth a complete prediction of horoscope for the year 2016 which will inform you about the...

Talk To Astrologer

Talk To Astrologer
 Having a direct communication with the astrologer can reduce confusions and worries. You are not...

Deal of Week

Love ask a question
 Are you facing difficulty with your partner? Are you unable to maintain your relationship? Obtain...


Biorythm & Trust


Biorhythms are inherent cycles which regulate memory, ambition, coordination, endurance, temperament, emotions, and much more.


Vastu

Humans relate their happiness and prosperity to many factors, Vastu fundamentals being one of them. Vastu refers to the Vedic science of building or arrangement...

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Free Horoscope

Your are born with different nature and abilities these are defined by your Zodiac Sun sign Moon sign and also your Vedic Ascendant. Know about your self...

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Today's Panchang

Tuesday
Krishna Dashami
Mool
Vajra
Vanija
06:30:34
17:58:16
06:33:10
17:54:16
 

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