Significations of Shani (Saturn) Graha in Indian Vedic Astrology with External,Internal & physical influence

Externally, Shani signifies people who maintain low level and basic facilities: service people, workmen, people doing manual labor, cleaning people, servants, people dedicated to their jobs for a long time, very responsible and committed people. Also signified are people who are very introvert or hidden from the public eye, researchers, reclusives, monks.

Physically, Shani signifies the parts of the body that are instrumental to restricting the movement. Whereas Surya signifies the bones, Shani signifies the joints, tenants and muscles that keep the skeleton within a range of motions. Shani also signifies the physical aspect of the nervous system.

Internally, Shani indicates traits and abilities related to long term values. Responsibility, commitment, the ability to deal with grief, stability, longevity.

Qualities signified by Shani: slow but steady, responsible, cold, withdrawn, humble, restricted, detached, dirty, dark, old.

Determining what objects are signified by Saturn: Whatever parts are most remote from the core, whatever part is essential for the physical longevity, the least attractive parts that have their use in the long run, things related to elimination and separation.

Details of of Shani (Saturn) Graha

Rank : Brahma
Color : Dark
Bhoota : Air
Caste : Sudra
Nature : Tamasik
Description : Emaciated and long body, tawny eyes, vata, big teeth, indolent, lame, coarse hair.
Dhatu : Muscles
Abode : Filthy ground
Time Period : Year
Taste : Astringent
Strong Direction : West
Trees : Anthills
Clothes : Multi colored robes
Season : Sishira
Substance : Dhatu
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