Guru Peyarchi - The movement of Guru from one house to another house is called guru peyarchi or Transition of Jupiter.
This year Guru Peyarchi / Jupiter Transit is on October 23rd, 2018 (Saturday). Planet Jupiter – Guru – Brihaspati will be transiting and leaving Libra and will then move to Scorpius. This is a very auspicious time to undertake sacred offerings when Lord Jupiter enters Scorpius. Significant blessings will be received by those who participate in these Speical Homams / Havans and Pujas.
Significance of Guru / Jupiter:
Guru / Jupiter also known as Brihaspathi; Jupiter is given much priority and importance to its positioning and transits according to Vedic astrology, as it is found to have a strong impact on our lives. Jupiter is also known as ‘Guru’ (master) in Vedic astrology as the planet is mentioned as the Guru of all Devas (gods) in Vedic literature.
Lord Guru was born to the Saint Angiras, who is the son of Lord Brahma and Chiratha devi
Guru is the Lord for Dhanus rasi and Meenam rasi. With the exception of Surya and Chandra, all other planets are Lords for two rasis.
Guru is responsible for
If Jupiter is in a good position like exalted or in its own house, then the native will be an influential person, will enjoy all benefits and happiness. They will do impossible things in a possible way. If Guru is not strong in one's horoscope, they will have to undergo all difficulties in life. Monetary conditions will be unsteady and obstacles are seen in their life.
If Guru in the 4, 7, 10th positions from the lagna, the individual will be blessed with wealth; it is said that Dhanalakshmi will live in his home.
The 12th position is also called the peak position of Guru. This will result in a wealthy life for the jathaka.
Significance of Guru Peyarchi 2018:
Jupiter is considered to be one of the most benefic planets in astrology. It takes 12 years for Guru (Jupiter) to complete the full zodiac signs. In each house it stays for one year takes around 12 years to revolve around the Sun, which in other words also means that it remains in each zodiac sign for one year approximately, according to transit or Gochar.