Astrologers advised people not to invest in Bitcoin or the stock market this year because the configuration of Saturn and Mars was not conducive to such actions.

Many astrologers used the movement of planets in different rasis to make predictions in their almanacs. For example, according to the author of the ‘Kala Yogam’ almanac, Saturn remained in the Dhanishta star for 347 days out of the 354 days of the new Telugu Year, ‘Shubhakruth,’ and such a sign of Saturn was not suited for conjecture, according to the ‘Bruh Samhitha.’

He also warned people not to resort to ‘rice pulling’ magics since the conjunction of Saturn and Mars signaled losses in Bitcoin and other speculative companies. He predicted two cyclones in May and June and earthquakes in the nation.

According to Dr. N. Poorna Mohan, the administrator of the Lalitha Parasara Astrological Group and an astrological researcher, the Telugu New Year began with the conjunction of Saturn and Mars, and nine planets will change their positions in the current “Chaitra Masa,” war situations and gripping of fears in the national and international arenas will occur. Moreover, according to him, the movement of the planets poses a risk of more accidents in the nation.

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According to Gorthi Machara Pattabhi Sastry, honorary president of the Drikh Siddhanta Almanac Writers Association (DSAWA), the crops, particularly rice and black color crops, might offer strong yields, but the people will suffer from a rise in vital goods. He also predicted that religious tensions would rise, threatening community cohesion.

L. Subrahmanyam, president of the Kanchi Kamakoti Asthana Siddanti and DSAWA, claimed that this year will bring good luck to working-class people and that although there might be some disruptions due to government policies, the legal system would correct them.

According to Bhuvaneswari Peetham chairman Chinta Gopi Sarma, political instability would disrupt people’s lives and the state’s growth.

In the meantime, in the East and West Godavari districts, Ugadi was lavishly celebrated. Telugu poets and astrologer Vakkalanka Ramakrishnamma Siddanti were honored by East Godavari district collector C. Hari Kiran at Kakinada. Kurasala Kannababu, D. Chandrasekhara Reddy, Kakinada MLA D. Chandrasekhara Reddy, Sumit Kumar Gandhi, Keerthi Chekuri, and others were in attendance.

V. Prasanna Venkatesh, the district collector of West Godavari, hoped for a joyful and peaceful life for the people. During the festivities, he congratulated Vedic pandits.

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