Shani is embodied in the planet Saturn and is the Lord of Saturday. He is the son of Surya (sun) and his wife Chhaya (shadow), hence also known as Chayyaputra. He is the elder brother of Yama, the Hindu god of death, who in some scriptures corresponds to the deliverance of justice. According to a famous mythological story, when Shani opened his eyes as a baby for the first time, the sun went into an eclipse.
According to one school of Vedic astrology this is a troublesome time for the person who is under sade-sati’s influence. There may be a lot of challenges in his life, and he may face accidents, sudden failures, and money and health problems. Sadesati is development of the brain it’s a learning curve.
Saturn is a teacher like Jupiter,
but Saturn is a bit harsher than Jupiter. Saturn loves to show you reality of
your life and present to you in 'Now', whereas Jupiter gives optimism about the
future. Saturn is not a villain, Saturn is actually the planet you want in your
life. Too much time do we spent in day dreaming and fantasizing about the
future or thinking about the past. Saturn wants you to live in now and he wants
you to face your current surroundings.
Story about broken tusk of Ganesha Ganesha was very happy. His devotees had given him plenty of sweets and he had taken as many as he could and stuffed himself with quiet a lot sweets as he was walking home. Naturally Ganesha was traveling on his vehicle the mouse, and the two of them scurried along, back home.
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