by nature is the most brilliant and extensive planet. It is
also called Guru which means both “heavy”
and “remover of darkness”
in Sanskrit. This makes Jupiter a teacher of the assembly of
a teacher of honesty, justice and self-illumination. Lord
Shiva declared him to be guru of the gods. Jupiter is
therefore known as Lord of Worship and Guru. According to
the Hindu mythology the Jupiter is the planet of
power, hard work, liveliness,
knowledge and speech.
Also Jupiter is the Lord of speech. Jupiter signifies good
luck and good fortune. Jupiter is dignified and positive
planet. Jupiter rules number 3 in Vedic numerology Jupiter
has affable relationships with the Sun, Moon and Mars. Rahu,
Ketu and Saturn are impartial. Mercury and Venus are his
enemies. Jupiter is also important because it rules over
progeny, education, and marriage. If Jupiter is week it
delays marriage. Jupiter makes its native’s cooperative,
energetic, ambitious, compassion, generosity, charity,
morality, good judgment and truthfulness disciplined, and
pure in behavior. They believe in simple living and high
thinking. Jupiter rules over numerology. Jupiter makes the
person famous and gives many good qualities, such as
honesty, compassion towards others and wisdom. Although a
powerful Jupiter may give wealth and prosperity. In Vedas it
has been stated that when a person who tries to solve the
problem of repeated births and deaths in the material world,
has to go through 8,400,000 species of life. The Vedic
philosophy of karma is that a soul gets the reactions to his
past actions as one sow, so he shall reap which is evidently
acknowledged in our Vedas which is the undeniable law of
action and reaction of life. Bodily Jupiter rules the blood
circulation, liver, thighs and fat in the body. If Jupiter
is week it impacts weak immune system in our body. It raises
problems like arthritis, jaundice, week liver and pancreas
and diseases allied to respiratory system.
Some Remedies for Guru:
||Worship Lord Shiva.
||Recite Guru Mantra: Om
jhram jhreem jroum sah gurave namah, 16000 times in
||Denote turmeric or sugar on
||Fasting on Thursdays.
||Wear a 5 mukhi rudrakha.
||Watering a peepul / pipal
("Ashwatha") tree every day except Sundays.
||Bathing with water mixed
with honey helps reducing the malefic effect of
||Never wear gold or Yellow