One of the major political parties in India, the Bharatiya Janata Party is the largest political party in the country in terms of representation in the national parliament and state assemblies and the largest in the world in terms of primary membership as of now. Origins of the present ruling party lies in the Bharatiya Jana Sangh which was established by Shyama Prasad Mukherjee in 1951. The Jana Sangh merged with several other parties to form the Janata Party after the state of emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1977. The first win for the Janata Party came in the 1977 General Elections when they defeated the
After three years of rule, the Janata Party was adjourned in 1980 following the reconciliation of the prior members of the party to form the Bharatiya Janata Party.
But the starting years were not easy for the new born party as it acquired only two seats in the 1984 general elections. The party grew in numbers after the Ram Janambhoomi movement was lead out. BJP saw the light of glory again in the year 1996 when the party won several state elections with an improved performance in the national elections becoming the largest party in the parliament. However it was unsuccessful to gain majority in the lower house of parliament and the government lasted only 13 days.
National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was established after the 1998 general elections under the leadership of Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and this partnership formed a government that lasted for a year following fresh elections in which the NDA government led again by Vajpayee took the office for a full term making it the first non- Congress government to do so. 2004 and the following years were not for the NDA as the party suffered an unexpected defeat and remained the prime opposition party for the next 10 years. Lead by Narendra Modi, NDA saw a massive win in the 2014 general bringing it back to power. Since then, the party has been under the leadership of the current and will continue to do so for the upcoming 2019 general elections. At present the alliance governs 19 states out of the 29. But in the Assembly elections conducted last year, BJP had yet another unexpected loss and these polls raise the need of astrologically analyzed predictions for the party which will not only give the masses an insight of how the 2019 general elections be but will also raise the burning question of who will win. Expert astrologers at Astroyogi did a deep analysis of the birth chart of BJP, read along to know what this analysis concluded.
Party Name – Bharatiya Janata Party
Date of establishment – 6th April, 1980
Place – Delhi
Time – 11:45 am
Birth chart of BJP consists of Gemini ascendant in Scorpio and the 10th house or the work house is occupied by Sun which is responsible for high enthusiasm and confidence among the people associated. With this the 10th house has Jupiter, Rahu, Ketu, Saturn and Mars which indicates that BJP may not race ahead in the game all on its own in the upcoming 2019 elections but with alliances. Due to the relations between Mars and Moon at the moment, the Bharatiya Janata Party might have a greater chance at winning if they merge with other supporting parties. Currently, there is Moon’s Mahadasha and Mars’ Anatardasha over Bharatiya Janata Party which indicates success for the party in the upcoming general elections. But Jupiter with Rahu is not a favorable merger, known as Guru Chandal Yog. Due to this, BJP might be backstabbed by one of its own or a supporting party. However, the combination of Jupiter and Moon weakens opposition, strengthening the party.
Along with this, representative of the public which occupies the 4th house is Mercury which sits in the 9th house at the moment. This conjugation indicates positive results might be on the way for the Bharatiya Janata Party in the 2019 General Elections. Apart from this, has a similar birth chart as that of his party with his zodiac sign being Scorpio, same as that of BJP and the Mahadasha of Moon, present in his chart just like in BJP’s chart. And so, the combination set has proved and will prove beneficial yet again in the upcoming elections.