Indian economy may find it difficult to free itself from the clutches of inflation.

 

 

Introduction:

Inflation,
in simple words, may be defined as the rise in prices of goods and
services over a period of time. As we say that inflation has been
rising today, it means that the number of goods and services a person
is able purchase with a unit of currency today is less than what he
earlier could. Inflation not only affects the global and national
economy, but also has far reaching affects on a common man. It
severely affects the common man, as it raises the prices of basic
necessities, reduces the purchasing power of money, and thereby
increases the cost of living. Moreover, in the countries like India,
where the middle class and lower-middle class form majority of the
population, inflation puts a backbreaking burden on the common man.

 

 

Moreover,
rising inflation affects the prices of shares in the stock market and
valuation of the companies. Some companies can afford to raise the
prices of the goods and services they provide, but some may not, as
they have to provide competitive prices to their customers/buyers in
order to compete with their rivals who don't have to change the
prices due to inflation. Besides, inflation does have an adverse
impact on the nation's as well as common man's savings. As people
have to spend more, they are unable to save money. Less savings
implies less investment; less investment means slower progress;
slower progress means even lesser savings, and thus the vicious
circle never ends. Inflation is indeed a devil that needs to be
controlled and reined! Various factors affect the inflation rate, and
controlling them means controlling the rising inflation rate.
However, it is not at all easy to control these factors. In fact, it
is a lengthy and a much complex process.

 

 

Although,
the Indian government has been trying to control the inflation rate,
this has proved to be a mammoth task. Today, when the world looks at
India with huge expectations, and in fact it is expected to be the
next economic giant within next couple of decades or so, the
ceaselessly rising inflation rate poses a serious threat to nation's
financial progress. Will under the leadership of Hon'ble PM Manmohan
Singh and Hon'able FM Pranab Mukhraji the Indian government be able
to control the inflation rate? Will the common man's struggle against
price rise continue? Or will the government be able to find out a
solution in near future? Ganesha finds out. Read on to know what
Ganesha has predicted for the Indian economy and inflation rate.

 

 

Astrological
Analysis:

 

 



 

Ganesha
analyses the chart of Taurus rising Ascendant with Krutika
Constellation. Rahu is in conjunct with the degrees of Ascendant.
Mars is posited in second house whereas Jupiter is in Sixth house.
Ganesha observes a stellium of six planets in third house.


Mars
should be considered as an inauspicious planet as far as Independent
India?s chart is concerned. Mars, the Lord of the 12
th
and 7
th
House, is going to remain in the 4
th
House till 21/06/2012. On the other hand, the 5
th
House is going to be afflicted by retrograde Saturn between
16/05/2012 to 04/08/2012. Here, the 10
th
House also needs to be considered, as it represents political
movements and administrative acts of government. Besides, the Lord of
this House is Saturn and is in retrograde motion. Therefore, some
major events are likely to happen on this front.

 

 

But,
Ganesha is positive and doesn't see the need to become distressed and
panicky. The reason for His optimism is Dashanth Sun. Independent
India is currently under the influence of Sun's Mahadasha, and shall
continue to be in that state till 10/09/2015. Moreover, India is
going to be under the influence of Jupiter's Antardasha till
16/07/2012 and Sun's Pratyantar Dasha till 22/04/2012. The
advantageous period can be attributed to Sun's Mahadasha. Moreover,
Jupiter will enter in Ascendant from 18/05/2012

 

 

What
Next?

 

 

  1. The
    growth
    rate is expected to remain either average or below the average level
    . Although the Twelfth Plan of ?Planning Commission of India?
    (2012 - 17) aims to achieve the growth rate of 9.5% by the end of
    2012, low agricultural productivity and high global commodity prices
    may act as major deterrents in the expected growth.

  2. It
    is important to note that due to the aforementioned Jupiter's
    transit through the 12
    th
    House of foreign relations in India's chart, Global Multinational
    Companies may get more interested in India as one of the emerging
    markets. Ganesha sees this as a positive repercussion and a huge
    responsibility. However, there may be many roadblocks in this issue,
    and the entire issue may get delayed.
    Overall,
    the entire year 2012 looks set to be quite eventful and challenging
    for the Indian economy and major factors affecting it including
    foreign direct investments (FDI) in the Indian domestic market and
    the Indian retail market, concludes Ganesha.

  3. As
    for the stock market, Ganesha considers the period between
    17/05/2012 to 31/05/2012 to be an important one. During the time
    frame of 11 days, the 22
    nd
    May shall be a noteworthy date.
    On
    22-05-2012, Ve
    nus,
    Ketu, Sun, Jupiter, Moon and Mercury - the six planets shall be in
    the zodiac sign Taurus, and that is why the market is likely to
    create an uneven pattern. Moreover, the time slots between 20
    th
    and 21
    st
    May will bear an impact of a solar eclipse. Therefore, you'll need
    to tread very carefully. This solar eclipse is going to occur in
    Kritika constellation of the zodiac sign Taurus. Also, you don't
    have many days for trading in this phase, yet Nifty may make a graph
    similar to boiling and overflowing milk (a sudden concave graph),
    says Ganesha.

  4. In
    stock Market Here, Ganesha gives you a list of dates around which
    the times are likely to be highly volatile, fluctuating and
    unpredictable. Some undesirable events, such as earthquakes,
    tsunami, terrorist attacks, floods, etc. are likely to happen around
    these dates, and would clearly and directly affect the stock market.

 

 

The
volatile, fluctuating and unpredictable dates are : 19-04-2012,
20-04-2012, 24-04-2012, 11-05-2012, 22-05-2012, 17-07-2012,
27-07-2012, 02-08-2012, 20-11-2012 and 25-12-2012
.


Ganesha's
Grace,

Dharmeshh
Joshi
The
GaneshaSpeaks Team


16 April 2012 07:56:22 GMT