What is Karan visit in astrology? A Karana happens when the Moon moves by a position of 6 degrees to the Sun. The movement by 12 degrees is called the Tithi. This means, in each Tithi, there are two Karanas. A Lunar month, consisting of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase) and the Krishna Paksha (waning phase) is made up of 30 Tithis.
How can I find Karan? A karana is the time required for the angular distance between the sun and the moon to increase in steps of 6° starting from 0°. There are eleven karanas in total. Of the eleven karanas, four are fixed and occurs only once in a cycle. The remaining 7 karanas repeat eight times to cover the remaining 56 steps.
Is Karana important in astrology? According to astrology, the natives born in Bav Karana are spiritually inclined. They are interested in the work of dharma-karma. In any work, the natives of Bavkarana try to make 100 per cent effort. The lion is considered to be the symbol of Karana.
What is shakuni Karan in astrology? Shakuni Karan occurs during the second half of Chatudashi Tithi of Krishna Paksha. It is symbolised by a bird. Along those lines these natives are free to find their own way. They are able to lead a life with full freedom.