In Medini astrology, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn are called star planets. If any two of these five planets come very close to each other, so much that their celestial objects from the earth are seen very close to each other or converge into each other, then this situation is called ‘planetary war’.
From the point of view of astronomy, when two planets are almost equal in phase and revolution, then they appear very close to each other in the sky.
The point to be noted here is that the Sun and the Moon are never in planetary war because any planet gets set when it comes with the Sun. It is not visible in the sky when viewed from the earth.
If a planet comes with the Moon, it is called ‘Samagam’ in Medini astrology. This evening, Mars and Venus will be in the state of ‘planet-war’ in Cancer by being on equal degrees.