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Dear Mr. Satrajit

The birth-data used to calculate this report has been mentioned below. Your sidereal (Vedic) ascendant is "Cancer". Please be reminded that do not confuse it with your tropical (Western) ascendant. It may be same or a sign higher (in your case, it is "Leo"). Your sidereal Moon-sign ('Rashi') is "Taurus".

Note: You may go through several case-studies listed at my web-site for better  understanding and proper usage of this report in various spheres of your life.
Satrajit Bansal
10th March 1954

at 15:02 Hrs.   

(Time Zone: 05:30   DST 00:00)

Hapur (U.P.), India

077E47'00; 028N43'00

There is an ancient connection between the phonetics of Sanskrit, the mother of all languages, and the special constellations, called "Nakshatras", spanning the zodiac of Vedic Astrology, the mother of all predictive sciences. A nakshatra is made up of four equal divisions called "Padas" (or, "Charans"), divided over a period of approx. 24 hours. Normally a "nakshatra-pada" changes about every six hours. Each nakshatra pada/charan is associated with a particular sound syllable. The 27 nakshatras landmark the zodiac, giving a total of 108 nakshatra padas and corresponding sound syllables. These sounds which are "tantrik" in their source are considered auspicious and are believed to enhance (optimize) the "destiny" of the native through unfoldment of higher human potential. One's birth nakshatra is the constellation the Moon is posited at time of birth and plays an important role in determining one's personality make-up.

It is true that the hidden potential of a person can be activated for life by a particular cosmic sound that corresponds to an individual horoscope. Vedic-Indian astrology pioneers this art. Under Vedic system, every alphabet/ syllable is said to confirm to a definite pattern of sound ("Dhwani"). Vedic astrology suggests that certain patterns of sound are more in harmony with the instance of your birth. Alphabets/ syllables with friendly vibrations may be used for purposes such as choosing your own name, naming your business, a product, naming your house and even pets.
Note: In some cases, more than one report may be required - for example, selecting a name for the house may require finding common letters which are friendly to all the family members.

(Note: Do not use this report for finding out compatibility between two persons.)

Essential rules for keeping phonetically correct names


1.

Syllables having the utmost harmony with your birth star

   'Mo', 'Ttaa', 'Ttee', 'Ttoo'
   [As pronounced in: Monrovia, Tauton, Teaneck, Turin]

   'Bhoo', 'Dhaa', 'Phaa', 'Ddhhaa'
   [As pronounced in: Bhupati, Dharwar, Phalguni, Dhosha]

   'Lee', 'Loo', 'Ley', 'Lo'
   [As pronounced in: Leicester, Lubbock, Leh, Lorain]

   'Aa', 'Ee', 'U / Oo', 'A'
   [As pronounced in: Arpita, Eeshu, Ummed, Andrew]

   'Ttey', 'Tto', 'Paa', 'Pee'
   [As pronounced in: Texas, Torrington, Panama, Petersburg]

   'Bhe', 'Bho', 'Jaa', 'Jee'
   [As pronounced in: Bhendkhal, Bhopal, Japan, Jind]

The above set of sound-syllables are with the most friendly vibrations for the native. These alphabets/ syllables may be used for purposes such as deciding a new born's name, naming your business, a product, naming your house and even pets.

2.

Syllables having a very friendly harmony with your birth star

   'Ku', 'Ghaa', 'Jna/Ang', 'Chhaa'
   [As pronounced in: Kulsum, Ghazi, Angkorvat, Chhatarpur]

   'Ru', 'Ray', 'Ro', 'Taa'
   [As pronounced in: Rudolph, Raymond, Romilla, Tatiya]

   'Go', 'Saa', 'See', 'Soo'
   [As pronounced in: Gopal, Sarika, Seattle, Suzuki]

   'O', 'Va', 'Vee', 'Vu'
   [As pronounced in: Ottawa, Vazir, Vipul, Vuyyuru]

   'Poo', 'Shaa', 'Adan/Naa', 'Tthaa'
   [As pronounced in: Poornima, Shatkona, ......, Thakurdwara]

   'Khee', 'Khu', 'Khey', 'Kho'
   [As pronounced in: Khilkapur, Khurja, Khetrapal, Khomeni]
The above set of sound-syllables are also having quite friendly vibrations for the native. These alphabets/ syllables may also be used without any problem, as a second choice, if you are unable to find a name from 1st group of syllables (having utmost harmony).

3.

Syllables having average harmony with your birth star

   'Hoo', 'Hay', 'Ho', 'Ddaa'
   [As pronounced in: Hooghly, Hayward, Hollywood, Dallas]

   'Naa', 'Nee', 'Noo', 'Nay'
   [As pronounced in: Nashville, Needham, Nuh, Newark]

   'Du', 'Tha', 'Jhaa', 'Un'
   [As pronounced in: Durg, Thane, Jharia, ........]

   'Maa', 'Mee', 'Moo', 'May'
   [As pronounced in: Manhattan, Meerut, Moorhead, Maywood]

   'Yey', 'Yo', 'Bhaa', 'Bhee'
   [As pronounced in: Yeola, York, Bharuch, Bheem]

   'Choo', 'Chey', 'Cho', 'Laa'
   [As pronounced in: Churu, Chechenya, Chotila, London]
The above set of sound-syllables are having just average harmony for the native. These syllables should be used only if native is unable to find a name from 1st and 2nd groups of syllables.

4.

Syllables - which are passive/ unharmonious with your birth star
   'Ddee', 'Ddoo', 'Day', 'Ddo'
   [As pronounced in: Deerborn, Dungarpur, Dayton, Dover]

   'No', 'Yaa', 'Yee', 'Yu'
   [As pronounced in: Norfolk, Yamaha, Yield, Yuma]

   'De', 'Do', 'Chaa', 'Chee'
   [As pronounced in: Dewas, Dodge, Charles, Chitra]

   'Ke', 'Ko', 'Haa', 'Hee'
   [As pronounced in: Keti, Komilla, Hawai, Hissar]

   'Tee', 'Too', 'Tey', 'To'
   [As pronounced in: Teista, Tulsa, Tejpur, Toledo]

   'Say', 'So', 'Daa', 'Dee'
   [As pronounced in: Sewagram, Somalia, Datia, Deesa]

   'Vey', 'Vo', 'Kaa', 'Kee'
   [As pronounced in: Venkat, Volkswagen, Kaamta, Keerti]

   'Pay', 'Po', 'Raa', 'Ree'
   [As pronounced in: Paris, Portsmouth, Rangoon, Reno]

   'Gaa', 'Gee', 'Goo', 'Gay'
   [As pronounced in: Gargi, Geeta, Guwahati, Geylord]
The above set of sound-syllables are not having any harmony for the native. These syllables should be avoided to name any thing related to the native.
May Almighty God's grace showered on you,

Shyam S Kansal
(Vedic-numerologist) 

Essential rules for keeping phonetically correct names


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