Daily Horoscope (NP: आजको राशिफल; Aajako Rasifal or Rashifal) is your astro for your zodiac sign as we are providing Daily Nepali Rashifal to all our Nepalese friends living in Nepal or outside Nepal. If you believe on astrology and you want to know your Today’s Zodiac saying then you are at right place. Basically there are 12 Zodiac Signs i.e. Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. But in Nepali they are: Mesh, Brish, Mithun, Karkat, Sinha, Kanya, Tula, Brischik, Dhanu, Makar, Kumbha and Min. English Zodiac signs are according to the birth month but Nepali Zodiac signs are given only after the date and time of the birth.
You can check your Today’s Daily Rashifal or Horoscope in this page. We have tried to put the English daily Horoscope, as well as the Nepali Rasifal so you can come anytime and check how your days or week is going to happen. We would like to suggest one thing, what ever is written on your Rashifal but don’t ignore what you should do to make your life easier. Don’t stop to work if your Zodiac says you will get money, work efficiently and make your fortune yourself.
Weekly Nepali Rashifal (12 Bhadra – 19 Bhadra 2072) by imagechannels.com (Click to Enlarge)
Daily English Horoscope by albinoblacksheep.com
The principle of the zodiac come from Babylonian astrology, and was later on influenced by Hellenistic culture. According to astrology, celestial phenomena relate to human activity on the concept of “as above, so below”, so that the signs are held to represent unique modes of expression, or main energy patterns suggesting certain qualities of experience, through which planets materialize their dimension of experience. The twelve sector division of the ecliptic makes up astrology’s primary context when considering the positions of heavenly bodies, from a geocentric viewpoint, so that we may find, for example, the Sun in 23º Aries (23º longitude), the Moon in 7º Scorpio (217º longitude), or Jupiter in 29º Pisces (359º longitude). Beyond the celestial bodies, other astrological points that depend on geographical location and time (namely, the Ascendant, the Midheaven, the Vertex and your homes’ cusps) are likewise referenced within this ecliptic coordinate system. Numerous approaches to dividing the sky and determining are currently utilized by differing systems of astrology, although the tradition of the Zodiac’s names and symbols continue to be consistent. Western astrology steps from Equinox and Solstice points (points connecting to longest, equivalent and shortest days of the tropical year), while Jyotiṣa or Vedic astrology procedures along the equatorial aircraft (sidereal year). Precession results in Western astrology’s zodiacal departments not corresponding in the current period to the constellations that carry comparable names, while Jyotiá¹£a measurements still correspond with the background constellations. In Asian and western astrology, the focus is on space, and the movement of the Sun, Moon and planets in the sky through each of the zodiac signs. In Chinese astrology, by contrast, the emphasis is on time, with the zodiac operating on cycles of years, months, and hours of the day. A typical function of all three traditions however, is the significance of the Ascendant – the zodiac indication that is rising (due to the rotation of the earth) on the eastern horizon at the minute of an individual’s birth. more here…