BJP Party was founded on April 6, 1980. The Bharatiya Janata Party is today the most prominent member of the family of organisations known as the “Sangh Parivar” and nurtured by the Rashtria Swyamsevak Sangh (RSS).
India will begin voting on Monday in a staggered national election widely tipped to give a decisive edge to a confident Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), led by Hindutva mascot Narendra Modi, which may however still fall short of a parliamentary majority.
The BJP, principal Opposition party and often labeled as Hindu nationalist or the right wing of the Indian political spectrum, is suddenly making big news. After almost 10 years of remaining on the sidelines at the Centre, it is looking up to make big gains. Contrary to his die-hard Hindu image, its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is wooing every section of the society- left, right and Centre.
But let’s analyze the horoscope of the BJP Party. Its Horoscope is based on the day the party was founded on April 6, 1980. It has Gemini as Lagna. The lord of lagan or 4th lord Mercury, which is in the 9th house conjugated with Ketu. These are aspect by 4 planets- Mars, Rahu , Jupiter & Saturn – in the 3rd House and this is the story of internecine quarrels. In the chart is the exchange of lords of the 3rd and 10th houses (Sun and Jupiter) causing Sama parivarthana yoga. In the dashamansha also the 3rd lord is in the 10th house and the tenth lord in the third house aspected by Mars from the eighth house. This party will have to work harder, forgetting its own internal bickering, to come into power in future.
The 10th House has Sun aspected by Mars. Sun stands for the Government and it is considered very strong in the 10th House. Also, it is nearly at the same degrees as Lagna thus making it very powerful. As a result of this, whenever the period / sub period of planets in the star of the sun occur, the party can get into power.
The BJP, at present, is running the mahadasha of Sun which started in April 2012. Sun dasha starting, there is a new beginning for the party. The winds of change will blow and the party will emerge stronger. After Vajpayee, it has not produced any charismatic leader. The horoscope of Narendra Modi is equally strong who has a mass appeal.Generally moon is very bad for BJP. Moon being second lord is placed in the sixth house, house of fight, conflict. This moon is debilitated and aspect by retrograde mars from third house. From April 2014 BJP will be running in the phase of Sun – Rahu-Mars.This pratyantar of Mars will certainly be a phase of gain but Rahu and mars both are posited in the third house. This shows security threats to the BJP leaders. There seems some ominous (ashubh) , unpleasant incidents which will be bad for the party. The BJP will win between 250-60 seats in 2014 Lok Sabha election.
Although fingers are still crossed on whether the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will secure a majority in the 545-member Lok Sabha, the House of People in the Indian parliament, most agree it has outpaced a bruised Congress and its shrunken United Progressive Alliance (UPA) that ruled India for ten years since 2004.
Ranged against both these groupings are a string of regional parties with devoted pockets of support such as the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party (Uttar Pradesh), Biju Janata Dal (Orissa), the AIADMK (Tamil Nadu) and the Trinamool Congress (West Bengal) which could play a key role in the event of another hung parliament.
Most pollsters and political pundits say the BJP and its allies are unlikely to get past the half way mark of 272 seats and dismiss the widely talked about “Modi wave” as a largely urban phenomenon promoted by sections of the electronic media. Whatever the outcome, Lok Sabha Election 2014 is a unique battle, one reason being Modi, still the Gujarat chief minister. In less than a year since he was made chief of the BJP election campaign, leading to his later elevation as the party’s prime ministerial candidate amid some misgivings within the party, Modi has grown larger than life into a figure who is both venerated and reviled like few other politicians in India.
On Monday, five of the 14 Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam and one of the two in Tripura, both in the northeast of India, will see polling. It will be followed by Delhi and some heartland states on April 10. Seven more rounds of voting will follow until May 12. The millions of votes will be counted May 16 to reveal the mind of the Indian electorate about who will govern India for the next five years.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is supremely confident of returning to power that it lost a decade ago