‘Malavaya Yoga’ behind Jaya Bachchan’s Glory

In her birth chart the Malavaya Yoga of astrology is formed which bestowed beauty, charm and glory on this film actress turned politician..


She was born as Jaya Bhadury on 9th April 1948 at Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh (India).

Malavaya Yoga is one of the five auspicious yogas (combinations) of astrology called Mahapurusha Yogas. This Yoga in Jaya Bachchan’s birth chart is formed as Venus is posited in its own sign viz. Taurus in the ascendant (a square house). Venus as the ascendant lord is auspicious for her.


Because of this yoga she was blessed with beauty, charm and name and fame. At the young age of 15, Jaya Bhaduri set her foot into the film industry. In 1971 she acted in the Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s film, ‘Guddi’. In this film she played the role of a young school girl. This film was a huge success and she received a lot of awards and appreciation for her performance.

At that time she was running the sub-period of Moon in the main period of Venus. Her Venus is most auspicious for her because it is the ascendant lord and also forms an auspicious yoga as explained earlier. Her natal Moon is well placed in a friendly sign in the 11th house of achievements and gains.

In 1973 during the sub-period of the 7th lord Mars (lord of house of marriage) in the main period of Venus she got married to Amitabh Bachchan.

She was awarded the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007 during the sub-period of Venus in the main period of Mars. Her Mars falls in the constellation of the 2nd and 5th lord Mercury which occupies the 11th house of achievements.

In 1992 during the sub-period of Venus in the main period of the Sun she was awarded the Padma Shri award by the Government of India. So her Sun was instrumental in receiving a government award.

From 2004 during the main period of Mars she got into politics as a Rajya Sabha MP. In fact it was Rahu which took her to politics since in her chart Rahu is the depositor of Mars. She was re-elected during 2009 and onwards during the main period of Rahu.