Vikrami Samvat 2067
How will it impact you?
Vikrami Samvat 2067, also known as Shoban Samvt in astrology circles, commeneced on March 16, 2010. This period represents two Baishaka months astronomically and astrologically. This is also known as Adika Masa. Baishaka or Adik Masa, which commenced from April 15- May 14 is normally considered to be an inauspicious time for important ventures and partnerships.
During this inauspicious time, you must try and avoid getting into a relationship or a commitment. Chances are things may end in bad terms and misunderstandings will be created. The muhurat is not good for marriage. Postpone your marriage plan and wait for things to get better.
If you have been thinking about moving into a new home, you must wait for a more auspicious time. This will help you avoid hurdles and stressful situations. Also, the time is not right for long journeys. Postpone your business trips as the results from a trip during this inauspicious time will not be great.
Acharya R.L Dwivedi
A teacher of astrology and palmistry, Acharya R.L Dwivedi has been conferred the titles of Jyotish Vachaspati, Jyotish Bhushan, and recently Jyotish Bhanu by the Indian council of Astrological sciences, Chennai for his contribution in the field of Vedic Astrology.
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