What is Sarpa dosha? Is this really caused by RAHU?
Sarpa Dosha is a flaw in a horoscope that is brought on by Rahu and Ketu just on the off chance that they involve certain houses or certainly. There are man mixed bags of Sarpa Dosha and it is the frequently utilized term as a part of Indian Astrology at whatever point doshas are talked about. Each issue in life is wrongly credited to some type of Sarpa Dosha so much that it would seem that a great many people are experiencing it. Both the quacks and specialists use it generously. Indeed, even the individuals who have not comprehended the rudiments of Vedic Astrology talk about Kal Sarpa Dosha ,Rahu Dosha and kala Sarpa Dosha,
In this article I wish to concentrate predominantly on comprehension Rahu and Ketu from an alternate edge and along these lines you will comprehend the premise of all doshas that are identified with Rahu and Ketu.
Keeping in mind the end goal to answer this inquiry we should first comprehend what Rahu truly is and what message Rahu passes on to us through the horoscope. I am not going to let you know what is as of now expounded on Rahu in 100s of sites on the grounds that I am certain you more likely than not read very much a couple of them at this point. Give me a chance to attempt to let you know something that you might likely not be mindful of unless you have perused this article before.
The Snake from its perspective speaks to outrage by its murmuring and striking activity. It additionally speaks to harm and thus either extraordinary agony or possible demise. This applies if the Snake is harmful. To the individuals who are seeing a snake things are altogether different. In tamil dialect there is stating which when interpreted sounds like, “even an armed force will flee at seeing a snake”. Obviously today individuals have exceptional techniques to complete off a snake in the blink of an eye. Regardless of this a snake speaks to the most noteworthy apprehension.
Rahu identifies with the taboo (organic product). The Forbidden Fruit as an analogy. The expression “Taboo” most by and large alludes to any liberality or delight that is viewed as illicit or corrupt and possibly hazardous or unsafe, especially identifying with human sexuality. Rahu essentially speaks to the taboo things that God did not allow you to do. In Ancient Indian reasoning we frequently discover the saying of 2 flying creatures. One flying creature sits discreetly and the other one is eating the natural product. The flying creature that eats the organic product gets into the karma trap.