Horoscope Analysis of Cancer June 22 – July 22

Horoscope Analysis of Cancer June 22 - July 22

The person born under this period needs to feel secure. They keep their financial affairs to themselves. They map out their future in the smallest details. They choose their partners with utmost care and can spend a long time looking for the right one. But once they have found the right person, they look no further. Most celebrate golden marriage anniversaries. According to Vedic astrology Cancer people change careers reluctantly, only when it’s clear that their current employment offers no prospects got the achievement. They are guided by their feelings. Once they allow someone into their inmost circle, they will remain true to that person without reservation. It is, however, difficult for them to share their sorrows and anxiety with others. They keep their feeling bottled up and, for that reason are porn to the stomach and intestinal diseases. They got so caught up in their private grief that they take refuge in a world of fantasy and daydream. They need praise and encouragement or, they can feel blocked. But surprisingly people who are born with cancers can also display considerable ambition. This can help them overcome the low self-esteem that stems from loving in a world that values. Only money and position.


Emerald:- Emerald provides Cancer with stability and alleviates mood swings. Its deep green reflects life’s meaningfulness. It absorbs negative vibrations and protects against them.

Moonstone:- This gemstone teaches Cancerian people that one makes progress only by striving for the highest ideals. It forces them to stop daydreaming.

Aventurine:- Aventurine can bring Cancerian people peace in heart and mind. When caught in the turbulence of their powerful emotion, they can find solace and calm in green aventurine.

Chalcedony:- The milky white, silver variety is the best for Cancerian people. It is especially helpful when they feel like retreating into their shell and can’t find a way to share their feelings with others. It also helps them fight off negative influences so that when it feels like the world is closing in on them, they can regain their creativity and break free of the bonds that imprison them.

Jade:- Jade gives Cancerian people the confidence to trust in their feelings. A bit of jade kept in the locket as a touchstone will provide a sense of security in difficult situations.

Opal:- Opal impresses upon Cancerian people that he is entitled to his feelings. This allows him to find a way through difficulties. It supports his striving for harmony.

Pearl:- Because of their luster and smoothness, pearls are natural symbols of beauty and perfection. They confer wisdom and sincerity on Cancer, helping to guard against danger. They also provide contentment in old age moderate mood swings.

Olivine:- the Cancerian people who are beset by the anxiety and depression that come holding too much inside should turn to olivine. it is also effective in treating skin disease and metabolic disorders.

Chrysoprase:- Chrysoprase has a calming effect on Cancers. It helps them reach a balance between the conscious and unconscious spheres. It encourages them to strive for harmony and depends on their ability to connect with others.

Chrysocolla:- The gemstone gives cancer people serenity and tolerance and stimulates both intuition and imagination. It is an antidote against the poison of hate and anger. It helps its possessor see that the world is a beautiful place. Its benign influence will enrich the lives of those born under the sign of the crab.

Carnelian:- Carnelian channels the earth’s magnetism. It can aid cancer people who feel abandonment and loss particularly keenly. It teaches him that nature is constantly changing and that nothing in the universe can standstill.

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The festival’s name is derived from Sanskrit ‘Dasha’ (Ten) and ‘Hara’ (Defeat). This symbolizes the victory of good over evil and the resurgence of faith and hope. It is celebrated on the 10th day of the month of Ashvina (September- October), the seventh month of the Hindu calendar with the appearance of the full moon an event called Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight). Dussehra coincides with the Navratra (nine days) festival and the 10th day of the Durga puja festival. Ravana symbolizes ego and Ram symbolizes goodness (our real self which is Sat-Chit-Ananda). There is an ongoing fight between the good (Ram) and (Ravana) in every man at the physical, mental, and emotional levels. Good always wins over evil.

How we celebrate Dussehra

North India: The depiction of Lord Rama’s life in Ramlila begins 10 days before the Dussehra festival. On the day of Dussehra, huge effigies of Ravana, Meghnad, and Kumbakaran are lit in the Ramlila maidan.

South India: In the southern states, the Dussehra celebration begins 9 days before it. The nine holy days are dedicated to the worship of the three main deities of Hinduism. First three days goddess Lakshmi. Next three days goddess Saraswati called dualism of knowledge and art, and last three days to goddess Durga known as Shakti.

Eastern India: Celebrated as the victory of goddess Durga over a cruel and mighty satan named Mahisasura.  After nine days of battle, goddess killed Mahisasura on the 10th day which is celebrated as Dashami.

West India: In western India, the festival is related to various legends besides Lord Rama. On the day of Dussehra, the flour tree is worshipped and its leaves are gifted to near and dear ones with the sweets being considered a good omen. It is also believed that on this day, Pandavas of Mahabharata came out of exile. Thus Dussehra has multifaceted importance in various regions.


Literally translates to nine nights for which the festival is observed. During the nine days and nights, the form or incarnation of goddess Durga is worshiped. The festival honors and celebrates the victory of goddess Durga over Mahisasura. Each day is dedicated to one of the nine avatars of the goddess. Navratri is dedicated to the feminine nature of the divine. Durga Lakshmi and Saraswati are the three dimensions of the feminine. Representing three qualities of existence, tamas, rajas, and sattva.

Eastern India: In Bengal and Assam, the festival is known as Durga Puja. Commemorating Durga’s victory over the demon king with buffalo face Mahisasura, special images are made. On the 10th day, a jubilant procession is taken out and the idol is immersed in a river or lake. Each Navratri is powerful as per Vedic astrology and, anyone can perform special prayers to goddess Durga through Jyotish.

North India: Ramlila is the highlight of the festival with different episodes on the epic Ramayana are enacted on successive nights.

West India: Navratri is most looked forward to in is lighted in the evening and women dance and perform aarti. Garba dance and dandiya are popular in Gujarat. Devotees fast for nine days. Devotion to the worship of Maa Shakti for nine days.  Garba is performed by all, wearing traditional dresses.

South India: Religious celebrations to seek blessings of Maa Durga. The goddesses Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati are worshiped for three successive nights each. As a part of the celebration, Kolu is decorated. Kolu is a staircase of 9 steps representing nine nights and decorated with beautiful dolls and idols of gods and goddesses.

Punjab: People keep fast for the first 7 days. Ending the fast on Ashtami or Navami by worshipping little boys or girls known as Kanjakas. Jagratas are organized and people keep awake the whole night singing bhajans. 


RIGHT DIRECTION: Worship Goddess Durga in either northeast or east direction of the house.

CHANTINGS: Durga Suktamas (Beej Mantra) after deciding direction is required for warding off all negative energies in the house.

PLACE: Idol towards east after chanting of Durga Suktamas. This would enhance the devotion of the native towards the almighty.

RANGOLI: Decoration will bring positive energy. Dark colors are not to be used during the celebration.

GARLAND: Mango leaf garland and marigold flowers will bring good luck, happiness, and success to you and your home.

APTA: Gift Apta tree leaves. The legend goes that Kuber, the lord of wealth converted millions of Apta tree leaves into gold on Dussehra, and paid it as Guru Dakshina.

Following all these astrological tips bring happiness and prosperity to the family. Learn about astrology online where you can find the significance and observances of Navratri.

Dussehra day is also auspicious for purchasing electronic goods and vehicles. You can also start a new job or investment.

Dussehra is an extremely auspicious day.

Writer – Mala Chatterjee