The month of Ashadh will bring trouble for the country and the world, these dates in Krishna Paksha will become Duryog Kaal
The month of Ashadh will bring trouble for the country and the world, these dates in Krishna Paksha will become Duryog Kaal

In 2024, the Krishna Paksha (waning phase) of Ashadha will span only 13 days due to the overlap of Dwitiya Tithi and Chaturthi Tithi. This period, lasting from June 23 to July 5, is considered highly inauspicious in Vedic astrology, marking the emergence of a 'Duryoga'—a difficult and problematic time.

A Reappearance of Mahabharata-Era Auspices

A Connection to the Mahabharata Era

Astrologers have drawn parallels between the upcoming 13-day Krishna Paksha and a similar period during the Mahabharata era. Historically, the Mahabharata war coincided with a 13-day phase, which in itself was considered a bad omen. The recurrence of such a phase suggests potential adversities including public unrest, health crises, inflation, natural disasters, conflicts, and disputes.

Inauspicious Nature of the 13-Day Period

Avoidance of Auspicious Activities

Given its inauspicious nature, any significant or ceremonial activities should be avoided during this 13-day Duryoga period. According to the Panchang (Hindu calendar), each fortnight typically spans 15 days, but due to the truncation of specific tithis, this particular phase will be shorter, thus labeled as 'Vishghasra Paksha'—an interval marked by inauspiciousness.

Implications of the Shortened Phase

Negative Energies and Natural Calamities

During these 13 days, negative energies are expected to dominate, and natural calamities may increase. Rural areas, in particular, might face difficulties, such as poor crop yields and rising food prices. This Vishghasra Paksha occurs every two years, marked by a reduction in days due to the shortening of tithi durations.

Potential for Significant Loss

Ancient Texts and Predictions

Ancient texts like the Piyushdhara and Brihat Samhita indicate that a 13-day fortnight can lead to severe losses and calamities. This year’s Krishna Paksha, being only 13 days long, is predicted to bring significant adversities, including potential warfare and global turmoil. The specific overlap of Dwitiya and Chaturdashi tithis is particularly ominous.

Astrological Interpretations

Rauravakal Yoga

According to Jyotish Nibandh, this period is referred to as 'Rauravakal Yoga,' symbolizing a time fraught with danger and difficulties. It is said that in such a phase, the entire world can face severe disruptions.

Historical References

Mahabharata and Other Major Events

The concept of a 13-day fortnight is ancient, with its earliest mention found in the Mahabharata. The Mahabharata war itself took place during such a period, marking it as one of great conflict and upheaval.

Modern Correlations

Recent Historical Events

Astrological analyses have also linked modern events to the 13-day fortnight phenomenon. In 1937, a massive earthquake occurred during such a phase, causing significant damage. The Indo-China war of 1962 and the Kargil conflict in 1999 also coincided with similar periods, underscoring the potentially disruptive nature of this astrological alignment. As we approach this unique and potentially troublesome period in 2024, it is advisable to tread carefully and avoid significant undertakings. The 13-day Krishna Paksha of Ashadha is not just a shortened phase but a time steeped in historical and astrological significance, warning of potential challenges and disruptions.

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