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How to find the gana(ie Dev, Manusha, Raakshaas of a person in astrology

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Asked by Reshma, 31 Aug '09 10:37 am
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Gana - This has an important bearing on the temperameThree Ganas (temperaments of nature) are to be taken into consideration - Deva or divine, Manusha (human), and Rakshasa which is termed in shastra as diabolical, difficult, or even demoniac (different astrological shastras define differently.) Deva represents piety, goodness of character and charitable nature. Manusha is a mixture of good and bad, while the Rakshasa suggests dominance, selfishness and sometimes violence. These different natures are indicated by their birth constellation (janma nakshatra). A distaste for piety and religion etc., cannot be easily compatible with that of a religious and pious person it is obvious. A difference in beliefs and values cannot be overbalanced or set right by sexual compatibility. Thus accordingly, one whose karma is that he is born in this world with the nature of Rakshasa Ganam probably will not get on well with the person of Deva Ganam. nt and character of the perspective couple concerned. ...more
Answered by trivikram, 01 Sep '09 08:36 am

 
  
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