Sandhi or the transition zone between one bhava and another and between two rashis, is a problematic field of study in jyotish. It is a nebulous area where astrologers have so far failed to throw light on the reasons behind the peculiar nature of planets in sandhi and their effects on people’s lives. Being transitional in nature, sandhis are fuzzy and grey areas and planets placed in them are extremely fragile.

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Parāśara, in his monumental work, the Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra has identified two categories of celestial bodies, moving (cara) and non-moving (sthira). The moving bodies are the planets (grahas) comprising our solar system, namely, the Sun (Sūrya), Moon (Candra), Mercury (Budha), Mars (Maṅgal), Venus (Śukra), Jupiter (Bṛhaspati) and Saturn (Śani). The sun is included in the category of grahas, despite the fact it actually does not move and is in fact a star.

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jaya nirākāra jaya śunya śabdahīna
jaya nirākāra jaya jagata parāṇa
                                                                                     Acyuta Dās, Chayāliś Patala

Nāma Brahma Tattva of Acyuta
Once, while immersed in samādhi, Acyuta Dās was blessed with the divine vision of the Supreme Absolute, the Niraṅkāra Nārāyaṇa and seizing this opportunity he wished to be graced with the precious knowledge of Nāma Tattva.  Upon which, the Supreme Lord Nārāyaṇa Jagannāth imparted the philosophy of Nāma or names.
The Emergence of Aum
In the beginning there was the great Void or Śunya (zero).

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