Introduction of Tamerlane
Timur, normally known as Tamerlane in English, was a fourteenth-century conqueror of Western, South and Central Asia, founder of the Timurid Empire and Timurid dynasty (1370–1405) in Central Asia, and great great grandfather of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Dynasty, which survived until 1857 as the Mughal Empire in India. Born into the Turco-Mongol Barlas tribe who ruled in Central Asia, Timur was in his lifetime a controversial figure, and remains so today. He sought to restore the Mongol Empire, yet his heaviest blow was against the Islamized Tatar Golden Horde.
Tamerlane’s Astrology report shows his past professional and personal life. The word “Astrology” is derived from the latin word-astrologia which in turn comes from the greek word Astron which means constellation or star and the word Logia which means “the study of”. Astrology is the study of the movements and placement of celestial bodies that are believed to have an effect on the life on earth or the events experienced by humans. In olden times, Astrology and Astronomy were correlated to the extent that they were considered synonyms to each other.
As per Tamerlane Horoscope report, he was free from ambiguity. Whatever Tamerlane speaks it is the truth and nothing but the truth. Tamerlane does not mince words and is Straight-Forward. Saturn has relation with mars.Tamerlane has a short temperament. Sometimes under provocation, Tamerlane is so short tempered by nature that Tamerlane can be harshed tongue and can misbehave. Combination of Rahu and moon in chart indicates that Tamerlane has strong likes and dislikes. Tamerlane is fond of high tastes in all respect. Tamerlane likes to spend money purchasing expensive things as per his taste.
Tamerlane’s Vedic Astrology
Although there are mainly three types of Astrology followed around the world namely: Vedic or the Hindu Astrology (Jyotisha), Western Astrology and the Chinese Astrology. Vedic Astrology is more popular around the world. Jyotisha is the abstraction of the planets; stars and other celestial bodies which include the horizon. The word “Jyotisha” is a combination of two words, of which the first part “Jyoti” means light which is believed to have its source from heaven and the second part “Sha” means best or the prudent one. Therefore the word Jyotisha can also be called as the “science of lights” or “the wisdom of the heavens”.
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