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Between the second wave of Corona virus and challenges like Black and White fungus, the orgy of Nautapa is also about to begin. According to astrologers, Nautapa is starting with its full effect from May 25, according to which it will continue till June 3, 2021. During this time the Sun will be in its highest temperature. Therefore, the heat will also be at its peak. Meanwhile, the upcoming monsoon can also be speculated as to where the weather could be this time. Come, learn the religious, astrological and scientific significance of Nautapa, as well as whether the effect of Saturn’s retrograde can be on Nautapa?
What and why it happens
According to the geographical changes, the position of the Nautpa is made till the Sun resides in 10 to 23 degrees 40 Kala of the Taurus during the Nautap period. Surya stay in Rohini Nakshatra for 15 days. But for the first 9 days, the temperature is at its peak, that is why the time of 9 days is called Nautapa. This time Nautapa will be from 25 May to 3 June 2021. Significantly, for these nine days, the Sun is closest to the Earth.
Astrological Significance of Nautapa
According to astrology, this time the Tritiya Tithi of Shuklapaksha of Jyeshtha month will begin from May 25 with the entry of Surya Kritika into Rohini Nakshatra, which will last till June 3, 2021. These days, due to the humid weather and the scorching heat of the sun, neither is there relief in the house nor outside. This nine days is the hottest day of the season. Although sometimes the sum of rain is also formed due to extreme heat, it provides relief in the intensity of summer.
The mythological significance of Nautapa is the special place of the Sun God in Sanatan Dharma. The description of Nautapa is also mentioned in Srimad Bhagwat. It is believed that along with astrology, Nautapa has also started. In the month of Jyeshtha, 10 degrees to 23 degrees of the sun’s Taurus sign is called Nautapa. When the Sun comes in Rohini Nakshatra for 15 days, then the first nine days of those fifteen days are the hottest. These initial nine days are called Nautapa.
Scientific view of the nautpa
According to the scientific view, the rays of the sun fall directly on the earth during the Nautap period. Because of this, the temperature on the earth rises. During Nautpa, due to excess heat, low pressure area is formed in the plains and sea waves are attracted. It is believed that if there is strong heat in Nautapa, then there is a possibility of good rainfall in the monsoon. If the intensity of heat will be less in Nautapa, then the monsoon sum is also normal. Therefore, gimmick is important for the environment.
Will Saturn’s heat reduce the temperature of Saturn?
With Saturn retrograde in your Capricorn sign from May 23 before Nautapa, you can get relief from the hot summer. Rain is also expected in some places with drizzle and in some places with strong wind and thunderstorms. The last two days of Nautpa are also expected to be accompanied by strong wind and thunderstorms. According to astrologer Shri Ravindra Pandey, the king of Samvatsar is Mars and Rohini lives in the sea, so the monsoon will come on its own time. But due to Saturn’s retrograde, there may be less or more rain during Nautapa. This can prove to be auspicious for agriculture.