April 22, 2017: Varoodhini Ekadasi
April 24, 2017: Varaha Jayanathi, Somashroda Vratam
April 25, 2017: Maasa Sivarati, Sivasannidhi Snanam
For natives born between June 22 to July 22
Indian Star Sign: Punarvasu 3,4; Pushami 1,2,3,4; Aslesha 1,2,3,4 padas
Income: 2 - Expenditure: 11
Honor: 4 - Dishonor: 7
The planetary position indicates over all mixed results through out the year. Travels will be rewarding one. On financial front, increase of income is indicated. However, guard yourself on the other side of the coin. Domestic harmony prevails. Those who are in stock market will shine.
Majority of the natives are attracted by others. As far as health is concerned it will be normal. However, caution is advised from June 15 to July 26 and October 17 to November 16. Even a small ailment should not be neglected during the period. Exercise yourself to keep your health fit. Excellent domestic harmony prevails during the months of May, September and October. Your social honor will be on the mounting side. During the first half of the year, majority of the natives will possess ornaments, vehicles etc., auspicious functions will be celebrated during the year.
Despite minor problems, natives will easily overcome with their prudence. On job front, this year gives promotions, transfers of their choice. Frequent travels are indicated which are gainful. Those who retire from the service are advised to submit their papers well before time. Those in teaching profession will fare well. Those on business line, February, April, May, August and October are fetching. Despite some problems, natives will overcome with ease.
Those in metal trade, caution is advised as there every possibility of having an accident. We advise the natives of Punarvasu to wear Yellow Sapphire studded ring, for Pushyami natives, Deep Blue sapphire, and for Aslesha naives to wear Emerald. favorable numbers are 2, 3, 6 and 9 and favorable days are Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Sunday and their Lucky number is 2.To over come the negative effects, the natives are advised to perform japa to Lord Shiva and daily puja to Lord Ganapati.