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Angadityan in Hindu Astrology

Angadityan is the influence of Surya or Sun God in a person’s horoscope as per Hindu astrology. It is believed that the blessing and effect of Surya will be more on a particular body part of a person. This can be found by calculating the position of Surya during the birth of a person.
For example - If a person is born on the same nakshtra as the one in which Surya is residing at the time then Angaditya for the person will on the head.
Angaditya will be on head if the person is born on the Nakshatra in which Surya is residing during the birth of the person and also the next two subsequent nakshtras.
On face for the next set of three Nakshatras.
On stomach for the next set of five Nakshatras
On hands for the next eight Nakshatras
For the last eight Nakshatrams, Angadityan will be on feet.
For those people whom Angadityan is positioned on the face, they will make materialistic gains and earn fame.
For those it is on the face, they will become great orators.
For those it is on the stomach, the wil…

International conference on Puranas, Mahabharata and Sanskrit at Dubrovnik in Croatia

The sixth international conference on Sanskrit, Mahabharata, Ramayana and Puranas is being held at the Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik in Croatia from August 15, 2011 to August 20, 2011.
The international conference is organised under the auspices of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (HAZU). Scholars and experts from Australia, Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Switzerland and the United States are participating in the event.
This year, the Indological studies in Zagreb are marking the 50th anniversary of its establishment. Zagreb University has a 125-year-long tradition of the teaching and studying of Sanskrit.
You can get more details about the current conference, papers presented and future programs here at the official website of the Inter University Center at Dubrovnik.
You may also like to read Sudharma – The Sanskrit Newspaper Goes Online

Ramdev Temple Bhadrapad Mela in Rajasthan – Ramdevra Ramdeo Mandir

RamdevTemple at Ramdevra in Jaisalmer District in Rajasthan is dedicated to Shri Ramdevji a 15th century saint, who is believed to be a manifestation of Hindu God Vishnu. Ramdev Temple Bhadrapad Mela 2018 is September 11, 2018. The popular belief is that Shri Ramdeo appeared on the second day during the Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapad month – Bhadro Dooj – as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Rajasthan. The fair ends on Bhadrapad Shukla Paksha Ekadasi and in 2018 this is on September 20.

RamdevTemple at Ramdevra has the tomb of Shri Ramdevji. The temple is associated with the Tanwar Rajput community.
The Bhadrapad Mela attracts nearly a million people from Rajasthan and different parts of India.
Ramdevra is around 125 km from Jaisalmer.