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Jupiter in Shravana Nakshatra

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Let’s look at important things here –

Jupiter - It is the most benefic planet and it represents all the auspicious things like Knowledge, Wisdom, Law, Guru, Spirituality, Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Elderly People and Children etc. For a girl, Jupiter also represents Husband.

Shravana Nakshatra - It is a nakshatra related with teaching, counselling and communications mainly but it is also the nakshatra of real estate and people who can disguise themselves really well. Please check this link for more info o Shravana Nakshatra - https://www.astrosaxena.com/shravnaksh.

Capricorn - As Shravana is part of Capricorn sign, Capricorn and things represented by Capricorn are also important here. Capricorn is the 10th sign of zodiac belt, hence it represents many things related with 10th house of horoscope like Law and Order, Government, Authority, Organisation, Discipline etc. Besides it also represents World outside your home and people, Fear and Anxiety etc. Capricorn is consisted of next 2 and half Nakshatra, i.e. Uttar-Ashadha, Shravana and Dhanishtha. Capricorn is ruled by Saturn and that's why it represents Fear and Anxiety.

Moon - As Moon rules Shravana, Moon's position and dignity is important to know about the overall functioning of any planet in Shravana.

Saturn - As Saturn rules Capricorn, their position and dignity is important to know about the overall functioning of any planet in Shravana/Capricorn

Houses Involved – Also, we can’t afford to forget the houses involved as a planet can be ruling different houses and sitting in different house for every person as per ascendant and planet’s position. To know overall affect, we have to consider the houses involved as those areas of life are being impacted.

Interpretation of Jupiter in Shravana Nakshatra – Jupiter is in its debilitation sign here and in nakshatra of friend Moon. So, dignity-wise strength is weak but person can get benefits from non-living significance due to its position in a friendly nakshatra. Sravana is nakshatra of counselling and teaching. Jupiter itself is a teacher. So, this planetary placement can easily create a person who is a knowledgeable & learned person and who can teach/counsel others. But as Jupiter is debilitated and in sign of Saturn, this realization may come late in their lives. In initial life, they may either not value right teachings or may not get it. As Jupiter is debilitated, they may not be as benevolent teacher as it can be the case with exalted Jupiter. They may share their knowledge on some conditions and one of the conditions can be expectation of authority and recognition. But again, as Saturn is ruling Jupiter, all these things would start coming in life from mid-30s. In other results, as Sravana is connected with real estate matters, Jupiter in Sravana can give someone good amount of real estate properties and assets.

In relationship life, as Jupiter is debilitated, it can be troublesome in relationship matters. Especially for a girl because Jupiter is karaka of husband and children for a girl. Relationship life can be challenging and person needs to do lot of adjustments.

Role of Moon – Moon placement is important to guide Jupiter in right direction, being Shravana lord.

Role of Saturn - Also, Saturn placement is important to guide Jupiter in right direction, being Capricorn lord.

Other Factors – And of course, we need to consider conjunction, aspects, house lordship, house position and dashas etc to know the exact results of Jupiter in Shravana. So, we always need to take a holistic view of chart rather than just 1 planetary position.

Conclusion – So, this is how I see Jupiter in Shravana can work in a chart.

Hope this helps. Please post any comment or query you may have.


Swami Premanand Bharti

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