Vashishta Nadi Astrology Online
Vashishta is an manasputra from God Brahma and is one among the Saptarishis (Seven Great Sages Rishi). He was blessed with the divine cow Kamadhenu as well as her daughter, Nandini, who could be anything for their owners. Vashista’s wife is known by the name of Arundhati. Mandala 7 of the Rigveda is attributed to Vashista who was among the 9 Prajapatis. Then, in RV 7.33, Vashista and his family are acknowledged for their participation during his participation in Battle of the Ten Kings. It makes him the only mortal apart from Bhava who is the focus of the subject of a Rigvedic hymn. “Vashista Samhita,” a book about the Vedic system of astrology for election is a different treatise that has been which is believed to be his. Some of the folktales and stories that contain Vashista are briefly reviewed below. Vashista appears as the court sage of Dasharatha in the epic poem Ramayana. In the Legend of Vashistha Sage Vashistha was the Rajpurohit of the Ikshwaku family and the Ram’s guru. He was a remarkable Rishi who believed in peace as well as charity and wisdom. Along the banks of the Beas River, he set up Gurukula an institution of higher learning, a residential one with his wife Arundhati took care of hundreds of students. Vashistha was considered to be the Sadguru in his day. He was a complete scholar of God and the universe, as well as the twenty “kala’s,” or divine art forms. The Vedas include a lot of his Shlokas, too. Vashistha calls Kamadhenu also known as Sabala Sabala, the cow with abundance to supply food for the feast. Vashista had a cow called Nandini she was one of the daughters of Kamadhenu and was able to immediately create enough food to feed the entire force. When the King Kaushika (later Vishwamitra) visited Vashistha’s Hermitage and was awestruck at the beauty of the cow. He attempted to persuade Vashistha to remove it from him, but Kamadhenu/Nandini’s mystical power was too much for him.