Sadhesati (seven and a half year) periods are of great importance in Hindu/Vedic astrology and come in native life every thirty year. It’s the transit of Saturn around natal Moon; since Saturn the slowest moving planet takes two and a half year to cover one sign thus it takes three sign changes to cover one cycle of Sadhesati. Usually every native faces three such cycles in his/her life. The entry of Saturn in the sign preceding to the natal Moon mark the start of the same and when Saturn leaves one sign preceding natal Moon marks the end of the same.
Saturn is regarded as “Karma Phal” giving planet, which spares not even Demigods. Most of the Indian very much fear this period but in my two decades of astrology study I’d found this period to be excellent in unexpected rise in career.
The latest example to follow the above stated rule is Mr. Tejasvi Yadav newly elected Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar. Mr. Yadav was born on 9th November 1989 at Patna having Aquarius as his moon sign which is currently running under the spell of so called dreaded sadhesati. His seven and a half year Saturn transit around natal Moon started in early 2020 and will remain till start of 2028. It was in 2020 only that he led the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) as chief ministerial candidate in Bihar Assembly elections but has to contend with leader of opposition post.
Thus it’s very clear that so called fearful “Sadhesati” period is turning out to be very much favorable for rise of Mr. Yadav political career and will continue to benefit him for the years to come.