Characteristics,Importance,Significance,interpretation, Effects of Sun Mahadasha, Surya Mahadasha in Astrology

SUN (6 years)

This is a time when the urge to be true to him or herself burns more strongly than usual in the individual, and greater energy will be put into the search for the person's real identity. It may be a crisis of confidence which spurs the need to seek inner truth, and purge the self of false influences. Education, spirituality, politics, medicine, business, high office in government and all forms of public success and acclaim are prominent. Astrologically, the sun is the planet of strength and power which can bring success if the person's true nature is expressed and they follow their own path, but this period can also force the person to make sacrifices and separate from those who do not support them in achieving that goal. If the sun is badly placed in the horoscope there may be an inability to project confidence and charisma. Weak placing of the sun can lead to health problems such as weak eyesight, headaches, erratic blood circulation, blood pressure, bone fractures and cancer, fevers, dental problems and weak immune system.

Nine Antardashas (Bhukti or sub-dashas) of Mercury Mahadasha
Mercury Bhukti Ketu Bhukti Venus Bhukti
Sun Bhukti Moon Bhukti Mars Bhukti
Rahu Bhukti Jupiter Bhukti Saturn Bhukti




Budha Antardasha | Chandra Antardasha| Guru Antardasha| Jupiter Antardasha| Mangal Antardasha | Mars Antardasha | Moon Antardasha | Rahu Antardasha | Saturn Antardasha | Shani Antardasha | Shukra Antardasha | Sun Antardasha | Surya Antardasha | Venus Antardasha |

Jupiter / Guru Mahadasha | Ketu Mahadasha | Mars Mahadasha | Mercury / Buddha Mahadasha | Moon Mahadasha | Rahu Mahadasha | Saturn / Shani Mahadasha | Sun Mahadasha | Venus / Shukra Mahadasha |