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Lotus to Bloom in India?
Vastu Shastra is a science of energies that gives importance to the directions and the primary elements. The positions of Vastu Purusha — Nitya, Chara or Sthira — identify the flow of the various cosmic energies and their interaction with the terrestrial energies. Based on this, the evaluation of the strengths of the voting pattern in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections of India is made.
India is now ready to elect the next Government with elections in different parts of India being phased out to April 22nd, April 23rd, April 30th, May 7th and May 13th. This analysis is primarily based on the Chara Vastu Purusha’s movement during the months of April and May related to the relevant cosmic transits.
During these different phases of election, the dynamic Vastu sector representing feminity, comforts, women, younger generation and vitality and the Vastu sector of royalty, representing political power, coronation and position of authority come into focus. The UPA is now holding the position of authority in the present Governmental set up. Energies of South and Southeast, both relating to younger generation (read Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra) and northwest relating to women (read Sonia Gandhi) are together in the mandala of balanced thinking and prosperity. The three major players will be United Progressive Alliance (UPA), National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the recently formed Third front comprising of ten parties. The Third front that includes two parties, whose presidents are women — Mayawati and Jayalalithaa —, has 86 members in the current parliament.
Freezing our conclusions, the indications are an almost equal fight between UPA and NDA. However, the 61 votes of Bihar and Orissa can tilt the balance. If supported by the Third Front, the incumbent party UPA, is likely to have a second term of central rule.
However the total solar eclipse of July 22nd covering north India, Nepal, Bangla Desh, Bhutan, Myanmar (Burma) and China can give some political jitters to the new government. The penumbral lunar eclipse of July 7th, with a minimal magnitude, is not visible in India and is therefore ignored.