According to Vedic astrology, time phase is divided into planetary periods known as Mahadasha. The length of time differs according to each of the planets. The life of an individual is measured as 120 years and this entire life period is divided into different main periods (‘Mahadasha’) of planets. The position of the Moon at the time of birth is seen into explanation while calculating the first Mahadasha. The first dasha is determined by the arrangement that the Moon is occupant at the time of birth. For example, if the Moon is in Chitra, the direction of the Mahadashas is Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu, Venus, the Sun, and the Moon. MAJOR PERIOD OF PLANETS UNDER MAHADASHA

Sun (6 Years), Moon (10 Years), (Mars 7 Years),…



Source by Vinay Sheel Saxena