Planets Transit (Gochar) – Date Time Significance
Planetary transits are particularly important in Vedic astrology since they are the main tool for foretelling changes and advances in life. Vedic astrology takes into account nine major planets: the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu.
Sun: Sun transits are important because the Sun reveals the circumstances around a person’s birth planet at this time. Before moving on to the next sign, the Sun spends approximately a month in each one, and it takes the Sun about a year to round the whole zodiac.
- Makar: January 14, 2023, Saturday at 08:57 PM
- Kumbh: February 13, 2023, Monday at 09:57 AM
- Meen: March 15, 2023, Wednesday at 06:47 AM
- Mesh: April 14, 2023, Friday at 03:12 PM
- Vrishabh: May 15, 2023, Monday at 11:58 AM
- Mithun: June 15, 2023, Thursday at 06:29 PM
- Kark: July 17, 2023, Monday at 05:19 AM
- Simha: August 17, 2023, Thursday at 01:44 PM
- Kanya: September 17, 2023, Sunday at 01:42 PM
- Tula: October 18, 2023, Wednesday at 01:42 AM
- Vrishchik: November 17, 2023, Friday at 01:30 AM
- Dhanu: December 16, 2023, Saturday at 04:09 PM
Notes: All times are displayed using 12-hour local New Delhi, India time with Daylight Savings Time adjustments (if applicable). Hours that occur after midnight are followed by the date of the next day. With sunrise, the day begins and finishes in Panchang.
Moon: The first, third, sixth, tenth, and eleventh houses from the location of your natal Moon in your horoscope are all affected favourably by the planet Moon transit. About the remaining ones, you may have a range of outcomes or encounter difficulties in practically every area of your life.
Mercury (Budh): In Vedic Astrology, Mercury’s transit duration is the shortest. Ashlesha, Jyeshtha, and Revati Nakshatras are ruled by Mercury. Mercury’s interaction with the Sun opens the door for the Budhaditya Yog, which strengthens one’s intellect and boosts one’s desire for learning.
- Makar: February 7, 2023, Tuesday at 07:38 AM
- Kumbha: February 27, 2023, Monday at 04:55 PM
- Meen: March 16, 2023, Thursday at 10:54 AM
- Mesh: March 31, 2023, Friday at 03:01 PM
- Vrishabh: June 7, 2023, Wednesday at 07:58 PM
- Mithun: June 24, 2023, Saturday at 12:48 PM
- Kark: July 8, 2023, Saturday at 12:19 PM
- Simha: July 25, 2023, Tuesday at 04:38 AM
- Kanya: October 1, 2023, Sunday at 08:45 PM
- Tula: October 19, 2023, Thursday at 01:23 AM
- Vrishchika: November 6, 2023, Monday at 04:32 PM
- Dhanu: November 27, 2023, Monday at 06:02 AM
- Vrishchik: December 28, 2023, Thursday at 10:39 AM
Mars (Mangal): Mars’s transit through the zodiac house will result in it producing a number of significant combinations, making it highly important. Here is how the transit of Mars will impact each zodiac sign. Maintaining harmony in a relationship without insisting too much on being correct is crucial.
- Mithun: March 13, 2023, Monday at 05:33 AM
- Kark: May 10, 2023, Wednesday at 02:13 PM
- Simha: July 1, 2023, Saturday at 02:37 AM
- Kanya: August 18, 2023, Friday at 04:12 PM
- Tula: October 3, 2023, Tuesday at 06:16 PM
- Vrishchik: November 16, 2023, Thursday at 11:04 AM
- Dhanu: December 28, 2023, Thursday at 12:36 AM
Jupiter (Guru): Jupiter is the planet that increases matters pertaining to that certain house. It broadens our individual views. Jupiter transits provide for development and expansion depending on the nature of the house and the planets connected to it. You’ll feel happier and more confident in those aspects of your life.
- Guru transiting in Meen rashi: April 22, 2023, Saturday at 06:12 AM
Venus (Shukra): In Vedic astrology, Venus is significant when discussing issues including partnerships, marriages, and procreation. You would have romantic success and be surrounded by beauty and creativity. Venus is the planet that controls Taurus and Libra and exalts while it is in the sign of Pisces.
- Kumbha: January 22, 2023, Sunday at 04:03 PM
- Meena: February 15, 2023, Wednesday at 08:12 PM
- Mesha: March 12, 2023, Sunday at 08:37 AM
- Vrishabh: April 6, 2023, Thursday at 11:10 AM
- Mithun: May 2, 2023, Tuesday at 02:00 PM
- Kark: May 30, 2023, Tuesday at 07:51 PM
- Simha: July 7, 2023, Friday at 04:28 AM
- Kark: August 7, 2023, Monday at 10:37 AM↺
- Simha: October 2, 2023, Monday at 01:18 AM
- Kanya: November 3, 2023, Friday at 05:24 AM
- Tula: November 30, 2023, Thursday at 01:14 AM
- Vrishchik: December 25, 2023, Monday at 06:55 AM
Saturn: Transits and cycles of Saturn might be viewed as maturational and productive cycles. These times in our life might genuinely seem educational. Everything is moving slowly; we experience pressure, delays, and annoyances. Yet these times also force us to confront the facts, which give us a lot of insight and even freedom.
- Kumbha: January 17, 2023, Tuesday at 08:02 PM Saturn is transiting in Kumbha Rashi
Rahu: Only in the third, sixth, tenth and eleventh houses is Rahu transit seen favourably. Rahu’s passage in the other houses, particularly the second, fourth, and eighth, creates problems. Although Rahu is a node of the moon, its transit should be interpreted parallel since it is closest to Vimshottari Dasha. Rahu transit over the number 22 or the 64th drekkana might be fatal.
- Rahu is transiting in Mesha rashi: 17 march 2022 to 28 Nov 2023
- Rahu transits to Meena Rashi November 29, 2023, Wednesday at 12:46 AM
Ketu: Although being a fictitious planet, Ketu, also known as the South Node of the Moon, is a strong planet that has a direct impact on the native’s soul. The Dragon’s Tail’s passage through a zodiac sign can have both favourable and unfavourable effects. If so, you will achieve salvation and heavenly insight.
- Ketu is transiting in Tula rashi: 17 march 2022 to 28 Nov 2023
- Ketu transits to Kanya Kanya: November 29, 2023, Wednesday at 12:46 AM
Varun transit: Meen: February 19, 2023, Sunday at 02:56 AM
Arun transit: In 2023, Uranus would not be in transit.
Neptune is transiting in Meena Rashi
Yama transit: 2023 would not see Pluto transit.
Eclipse: An eclipse is a celestial event where one celestial body, such as the Moon or a planet, moves into the shadow of another celestial body, such as the Earth or the Sun, causing a temporary decrease or complete absence of light. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, blocking the sunlight and casting a shadow on Earth. A lunar eclipse happens when the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon, casting a shadow on the Moon. Eclipses have been studied and observed for centuries and have played an important role in shaping our understanding of astronomy and the universe.
Planet Conjunction: A planet conjunction is a fascinating celestial event where two or more planets appear very close together in the night sky, creating a beautiful and unique visual display. This happens when the orbits of two or more planets align, bringing them into close proximity with each other. The brightness and visibility of the planets during a conjunction can vary depending on the planets involved, their distance from Earth, and the time of day or night. Planet conjunctions occur periodically and can be observed with the naked eye or with the aid of a telescope. These rare events offer a glimpse into the intricate movements and relationships of the planets in our solar system.