From the events those occurred during the past years, we can summarise the following type of events to occur during the period of stay of Saturn in Capricorn from January 25, 2020 and it will stay there till April 29, 2022.
- Mass scale deaths
- Natural calamities like earthquake, floods, etc
- Assassination leaders
- Death of famous personalities
- Communal disturbances
- Collapse of Indian rupee against Dollar
- Terror attacks
- Few important legislations passed by the Government
I am an ardent researcher in Mundane astrology. I combine both the tropical (sayana) and sidereal (niryana) while arriving at the conclusion. Several articles have been written by me with respect to Jupiter’s stay in signs, Venus’s stay in signs, Mars’s stay in signs, eclipses, etc. You can go through these articles in my website.
In mundane astrology, the slow moving planets plays a very important role. These are Mars (when it stays in one/two adjacent sign(s) for nearly 6 months), Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. During some years, Venus stays in one sign for nearly 4 months. The article on Venus has been written by me in my website. However, in Vedic astrology, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are not considered. According to me, these three planets cannot be given a miss. So, I consider these planets too while analysing events.
In this article, I am only taking planet Saturn and its effects when it transits the sign Capricorn. The reason why the sign Capricorn is important to note is because, in Ashtakavarga (SAV-Sarva Ashtaka Varga) of India Independence chart, there are two signs which have least number of points and these are sign Gemini which has 19 points and in the sign Capricorn has only 20 points. In the BAV (Bhinna Ashtaka varga), the Saturn in Gemini has 2 points and in Capricorn it has 1 point only. The average points required in SAV is between 25 to 28 points and in BAV its 3 points (as it is Saturn. In the case of Mars also the average is 3 points. In the case of other planets it is 4 points). Several Astrologers predicted all will be hunky dory when Saturn enters Capricorn. But according to me the effect of any planet can only be decided by the SAV and BAV points. That is why we are seeing the adverse results of Saturn in Capricorn, inspite of Capricorn being Saturn’s own sign.
Currently, Saturn is transiting in the sign Capricorn from January 25, 2020 and it will stay there till April 29, 2022. We are witnessing the events as it unfolds. I have summarised (in conclusion above) the probable events based on the statistical analysis of Saturn’s transit in earlier years and the events those unfolded.
Saturn entered Capricorn on March 21, 1990 and stayed there till March 5, 1993. The events those occurred during this period are as follows; (Source-Wikipedia)
- 15 April. 1990 – Food poisoning kills 450 guests at an engagement party in Uttar Pradesh.
- 15 May, 1990 – Agriculture and Rural Debt Relief Scheme providing debt relief up to ₹10,000 to small borrowers from Public Sector Banks and Regional Rural Banks announced.
- 4–10 May. 1990 – Andhra Pradesh cyclone ravages southern India, killing nearly 1,000 people.
- November, 1990 – V P Singh announces implementation of Mandal commission report.
- November, 1990 – V.P. Singh resigns as prime minister and is succeeded by Janata Dal dissident Chandra Shekhar.
- 22 December, 1990 – Venkitaramanan becomes Governor of RBI
- 6 January, 1991 – The All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers is founded in Udaipur.
- 21 May, 1991 – Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi: Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi is assassinated by a Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam suicide bomber in Sriperumbudur near Chennai in Tamil Nadu during the election campaign.
- 31 May, 1991 – The Government of India constitutes the Company Law Board as an independent quasi-judicial body thus giving up direct control on matters of company law.
- 15 June, 1991 – When the general election results are all compiled, the Congress Party has won a plurality of votes.
- 21 June, 1991 – Indian National Congress leader P.V. Narasimha Rao becomes Prime Minister.
- 24 June, 1991 – J. Jayalalithaa is sworn in as chief minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time.
- 24 July, 1991 – The government of India announces its New Industrial Policy, marking the start of India’s economic reforms.
- 11 October, 1991 – Sikh separatists bomb a Hindu procession in Lucknow, killing 41 people.
- 20 October, 1991 – The 6.8 Mw Uttarkashi earthquake shook northern India with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent), killing 768–2,000 and injuring 1,383–1,800.
- 11 December, 1991 – Rapid Action Force established by Union Home Ministry.
- 1 February, 1992 – Chief Judicial Magistrate of Bhopal Court declares Warren Anderson, ex-CEO of Union Carbide, a fugitive under Indian law for failing to appear in the Bhopal disaster case, and orders the Indian government to press for an extradition from the United States.
- May, 1992 – Over 200 people die in Cuttack in Odisha, after drinking illegally brewed liquor. About 600 people were hospitalised (see: 1992 Odisha liquor deaths).
- 14 August, 1992- Veerappan Gang Trapped and killed Mysore District SP, T.Harikrishna, SI Shakeel Ahmed and four constables named Benegonda, C.M.Kalappa, Sundara and M.P.Appachu, through a false informant near Meenyam in Karnataka
- 2 October, 1992 – Zee Television, a Hindi language satellite and cable television station, a first officially regular broadcasting service to start in Mumbai.
- 6 December, 1992 – Members of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP, World Hindu Council) tear down a 16th-century mosque located in Ayodhya, in Northern India. The mosque is built over a shrine which exhorted the small piece of land as Ram Janmabhoomi – the birthplace of Lord Rama. This sparks off nationwide communal riots in which some 3,000 people die.
- December, 1992 – Government of India establishes SEBI, stock exchange regulator.
- December 1992 – Indian Rupee exchange rate collapsed. It was 20 Rs to 1 dollar in January 1992 and it became 30 Rs to 1 dollar in December 1992. A huge 50% depreciation in value.
- 9 March, 1993 – The All Parties Hurriyat Conference is formed in Kashmir.
- 12 March, 1993 – A series of bomb blasts, thought to be planted by underworld figures, rock the country’s commercial capital of Bombay, killing some 260 people. (See 1993 Mumbai bombings.)
Saturn entered Capricorn on February 2, 1961 and stayed there till January 28, 1964. The events those occurred during this period are as follows; (Source-Wikipedia)
- 12 July, 1961 – Panshet Dam bursts in Pune causing a massive flood in the city of Pune. Over 1,000 people die.
- 1 November, 1961 – The Hungry generation movement is launched in Calcutta.
- 17 December, 1961 – India reclaims Goa.
- 18 December – India reclaims Portuguese colonies of Goa, Damao and Diu
- 19 December, 1961 – Goa is officially ceded to India after 400 years of Portuguese rule.
- The Tenth and Eleventh Amendments of the Constitution of India (1961)
- Anti dowry Act (1961)
- 3 April, 1962 – Jawaharlal Nehru is elected de facto Prime Minister of India.
- 6 May, 1962 – India defeats the Philippines in the Eastern Zone final of 1962 Davis Cup at New Delhi
- 28 July, 1962 – A locust swarm threatens New Delhi.
- 21 September, 1962 – A border conflict between China and India erupts into fighting.
- 10 October, 1962 – Beginning of the Sino-Indian War, a border dispute involving two of the world’s largest nations (between India and the People’s Republic of China).
- 20 October, 1962 – Chinese troops invade Kashmir and capture Aksai Chin
- 21 November, 1962 – China withdraws troops from South Tibet and orders ceasefire along the McMahon Line.
- 19 December, 1962 – The last foreign-occupied territory of India, Daman and Diu, is integrated into India.
- The twelfth and Thirteenth Amendment of The Constitution of India
- 1963 (Dates not available) – Supreme Court of India mandates that reservation should not exceed 50% for any institution.
- 1963 (Dates not available) – Theft of the Holy Relic from the Hazratbal Shrine
Saturn entered Capricorn on April 12, 1931 and stayed there till March 16, 1934. The events those occurred during this period are as follows; (Source-Wikipedia)
- 23 March, 1931 – Independent India leaders Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev are hanged by the British Government.
- October, 1931 – November – Mohandas Gandhi visits England.
- 4 November, 1931 – Inauguration of the Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway station by the Maharaja of Travancore Sree Chithira Thirunal
- 6 November, 1931 – Indian spiritual leader Meher Baba arrives in America for the first time.
- 1931 – 2nd round table conference.
- 1931 – Chakra was adopted on centre of the flag by INC (Indian National Congress)
- 1932 – Third civil disobedience campaign.
- 3 January, 1932 – British arrest and intern Mohandas Gandhi and Vallabhbhai Patel.
- February, 1932 – Terrorism in Bengal.
- 16 May, 1932 – Massive riots between Hindus and Muslims in Bombay – thousands dead and injured.
- 17 August, 1932 – Government award as to representation published.
- August, 1932 – India wins Hockey Gold Medal at Los Angeles Olympics
- 20 September, 1932 – Mohandas Gandhi begins a hunger strike in Poona prison.
- 24 September, 1932 – Gandhi approves a compromise.
- 8 October, 1932 – Indian Air Force established.
- 15 October, 1932 – J. R. D. Tata flew from Karachi to Bombay via Ahmedabad landing on a grass strip at Juhu paving the way for civil aviation in India.
B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)
2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad
(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)
Professor of Astrology at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai
Date: May 1st, 2020
Time: 10.00 AM, Mumbai, India
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