Shrikanth wrote:So for the first time around - I'd venture (and stick my head out ) and say that your grandson should be born in the morning hours 5:00a of Jan 20.
With best wishes
My daughter is expecting!!!
by P. Dutta » 300612
My daughter got married on 11th December 2011 and she is pregnant now for 2.5 months. The baby is due by December 2012/January 2013. I would like to know how will everything go for her in the coming months? Do you see any chance of miscarriage/child-problem in her life? In her Rashi chart, my daughter has debilitated Moon in 5H along with Ketu. Will it be a male or female baby? I have posted below details of my daughter and son-in-law.
Daughter: 17th May 1984; 11:07 am; Kolkata
Son-in-law: 17th September 1980; 3:30 am; Kolkata
Mr P. Dutta
Dear P Dutta,
Reviewing both husband and wife's chart - I find that the girls chart is more convincing.
The male chart aligns well if we add about +2 mins to the time.
Using the girls chart D7 - Moon debilitated but a strong Sun in a trine; Jupiter is well placed in a quadrant as well. So the karakas are well positioned indicating matters progressing well - no complications.
The first child is to be indicated by Pisces (Cancer Asc counting in reverse); Jupiter and Mars have exchanged signs - this clearly indicates a male child.
Dictum says that The birth of child shall occur during the periods of the planets in the 3rd or the 8th from the paka lord. Here the paka lord is Jupiter placed in Aries.
So the child should be born during periods of Sun, Moon or Merc. (Sun and Moon are in the 8th from Jup)
If your daughter is 2.5 months pregnant now the delivery should be mostly around Jan 20, 2013 (hopefully not earlier). . Jan 20 timeframe aligns very well with Sun/Moon/Merc period.
Given the fact that Paka lord is Jupiter and placed in a fire sign Aries, I'd say that the child should be born with Fire sign Ascendant - like Aries, Leo or Sagittarius.
So for the first time around - I'd venture (and stick my head out ) and say that your grandson should be born in the morning hours 5:00a of Jan 20.
With best wishes
e: My daughter is expecting!!!
by P. Dutta » 300612
Initially I had mistakenly typed incorrect birth year of my son-in-law. He was born in 1980, not 1984.
Can you please go through the charts once again and say if there is any modification to your predictions made above?
Also, can the couple expect a second child? If yes, when? Male or female?
Extremely sorry for the typo and thanks for your precious time.
Mr. P. Dutta
anuradha wrote:Is it morally and ethically correct especially, if an Indian is asking and replying such question? regards
For "asking such question" part:
Is it a sin if an Indian asks such questions and "ok" if a non-Indian asks it?
I saw many people in this forum asking about the gender of their would-be-child. You didn't raise any question towards their intension.
I too asked the question just out of curiosity. It didn't come into my mind that some member might dig-out an "evil intension" or consider it "immoral" or "unethical" for an Indian to ask such question.
R V RAMANAN wrote:Dear anuradha,
I deleted your post because i felt it was unwarranted. You had raised an objection and shrikanth had given an answer which was clear in no uncertain terms. After that without understanding the reply of shrikanth, just to substantiate your objection looked pretty odd.
There seems to be no gender bias issue involved here. The question was answered by shrikanth from an astrological view point.
You can choose some other thread and make it a podium for your socio-economic reforms.
R V RAMANAN » Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:04 pm
There is no need to make an issue out of this.As you are fully aware that male /female ,planets /signs attached to the house of progeny, gives respective genders and that was what was predicted by shrikanth ..Now please tell me where is the question of any gender bias here.
Vaughn Paul wrote:Dear All,
I think the issue here is whether an interpretation by an astrologer as to the gender of a fetus could lead to violence (the ideal being to live by ahimsa, non-violence). It certainly can, because every Indian probably knows that there is a bias toward male offspring and female fetuses and even female newborns are sometimes exterminated. It's a sad fact, and it's a social issue confined mostly to the Indian culture that I'm aware of. It's also become a legal issue now apparently. Being that most of our members on LOVA are Indian, I think we should start a policy that we no longer allow questions as to the gender of an unborn child. I'm probably at fault, if anyone's at fault, for not instigating this sooner. Vaughn Paul
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