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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Mention in PuneTimes on Jan 11th, 2010

I just wanted to share that there is a mention of my name in Pune Times of Jan 11th, 2010. There is an article on the upcoming eclipse (on Jan 15th) and I was quoted along with a few other Astro-Enthusiasts. The last names is spelled Chiidambar instead of ChiTambar. :)

Does the date of 11 ring a bell? :) I hope it is not taking it too far!! (I am April 11th Born!)

DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Puneites will get a great opportunity to witness an annular eclipse in the city. PT reports
SANAT SAVANAL Times News Network
IT is a moment that takes place once in a lifetime. On January 15, the city will be privy to a phenomenal event. The longest annular eclipse of the sun will take place this Friday from 11.17 am to 3.07 pm. This event takes place once in 40 years. And astrology enthusiasts in the city are very excited about the occurrence.

Film producer and director Rajendra Prabhu, who has also learnt astrology, explains the importance of the occurrence. “Normally, an eclipse is considered an unlucky phenomenon. The surroundings tend to seem very negative and unhygienic. The eclipse does affect a person to a certain extent. Most importantly, the eclipse should be looked at from a scientific point of view, without giving having any superstitious notions.” With such a rare occurrence taking place, a lot of astrology enthusiasts are taking steps to pass on the information regarding the phenomenon to others.

Project Manager for a software company and amateur astrologer Milind Chidambar explains, “Nothing happens without karma. The eclipse is very important as it delivers karmic effects on a particular person. It is always important to play it safe during this time.”

Astrology enthusiast Kiran Munagekar gives us the lowdown on the eclipse’s effect on our daily lives. “According to the Hindu astrology system, the eclipse will be coming during the period of Makar or Capricorn. The eclipse will have significance in certain areas. People may seem to be more distressed, especially in crowded functions. Accidents are likely to take place during this period. The weather will also be more erratic during this period till February 1.” Kiran also shares the effects on the signs. “Mesha (Aries), Sihn (Leo) and Brishchik (Scorpio) may observe some positive effects. The signs Tula (Libra), Mithun (Gemini), Makar (Capricorn) and Kumbha (Aquaries) may observe some negative effects from the eclipse.” Chartered Accountant Rupam Tripathi, who has a great interest in astrology, is interested in knowing about the effects of the eclipse in her life. “I would really like to know how the eclipse will affect my astrological chart and my daily routine in general. I have a close friend who is an astrologer by hobby, and I am going to consult him on how to make the best of this situation.” But one thing is for sure. This is an amazing phenomenon that shouldn’t be missed by anyone.

Kiran suggests, “The annular eclipse is called the ring of fire. Observe the event with safety, make sure you’re wearing proper glasses. Most importantly, enjoy the event and appreciate it for its beauty and magnificence.” Milind will be sharing his knowledge with his friends and family. “I will advise my near and dear ones to be careful during this period. They should drive safely, don’t hurry to get work done etc. I will do my best to defuse any negative situations amongst friends.”

Rajendra also advises, “There is no need to panic in such a situation. One should understand that astrology should be taken as a guideline, and not as a complete prediction. Be safe, go about daily work with gentle care, and you can enjoy this day like any other.” While one may never truly know what the future holds for us, at least one can take the opportunity to observe a rare event.

20 comments:

  1. This is cool. Tumche mat vicharayla kon aala hota? Kasa kay?

    Btw, In 2004,, there was a venus-eclipsing-moon thing. Venus passing over the moon, looked like a dot on the moon, nothing more. I was 8 months pregnant then. I went out to see this Venus-eclipse thing. I can be very rebellious when I want to be :)

    I doubt if I can attribute any of my pregnancy problems to this, but what would you have advised if you knew me at that time?

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  2. Venessa: I don't think it has anything to do with pregnancy issues...the panchamesh is good enough for that ! :)

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  3. DanBlanford:

    I ain't got nothing of what you have written! :) Can you please post in English?

    Thanks!!
    :)

    ~Milind

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  4. Pregnant women are advised hundreds of things during chandra-grahan. there was a chandra grahn in my 7th month, and I had to fast and follow some crazy rules. So I went to see this venus-caused-chandra-grahan with a vengeance :) Incidentally Venus is the panchamesh for me :):)

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  5. Yeah -- See -- it never hurts to be careful especially if the horoscope suggest some karmic issues as a Root-cause -- Why put doubt in our BRAIN....The brain has enough power to make our worst doubts real and the wildest dreams true...

    Scientists try to explain it by enzimes, harmones etc that brain generates BUT THE ROOT-CAUSE for these things is GOOD KARMA..and "the feeling" that person has about him/herself..

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  6. Nice to read the article and your mention in TOI.

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  7. Hi Am happy to know your one to be mentioned in in Daily...Congrax!!

    May be sometime we get to see your weekly horscopes in TOI or outlook(though not very confident of those write ups..but makes one haapy if some good things are wriiteem and may be "hush off" the bad things :-))

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  8. Thanks Yogesh...Your blog needs more entries...!

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  9. Harsh,

    Yeah -- Rather Astrologers job is to make aware of the probable issues than the good things that we are usually aware of! :)

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  10. Chimya, Heartily Congratulations! I felt very good to see that you are getting well deserved recognition. I know that you are definitely not an armature astrologer!! It takes consistent efforts to be established and I know you do have that attitude :)

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  11. this is a good piece of information ...

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  12. Thanks Shirish and Sangeeta....Thanks much for the encouraging words!!!

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  13. Kudos Milind! You may be an amateur but your dedication makes worth the recognition and even more.

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  14. Thanks Deepa! :)

    But sadly the dedication and the hardwork, perseverance is not working at the workplace! :) Time to see an astrologer myself! :) :)

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  15. Hi Milind,

    A quick Q - When exactly one experiences the eclipse effects? Before or after? I had a bitter experience couple of days before the eclipse, i will write to you on that. Thanks.

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  16. Murhty -- Some of the extreme horoscope root-cause especially if they are happening from the same raashi as the eclipse --- can be experienced during those 2/3 days before/after. (or specifically when the moon is in the sign same as the Sun:: aprx 2.25 days)

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  17. This Japanese comment mystery is still unsolved...! :) Any site that converts!!??

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