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All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies

A RESEARCH JOURNAL A OF ASTROLOGY

Volume : 9 No. : 2

April-June 2012

Chief Editor Arun K. Bansal Managing Editor Pt. S. R. Swamy Executive Editor Abha Bansal Anubhav Bansal Editor Kalpana Tiwari Editorial Board Vinay Garg Design & Layout Richa Gupta Ganesh Prasad Singh Satya Prakash Dubey Jitender Gautam Owner, Publisher & Printer Arun K. Bansal Printed At Mayank Offset Process 794/95, Guru Ramdas Nagar Extn., Laxmi Nagar, Delhi Published From All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies X-35, Okhla Phase-II New Delhi -110020

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AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology April-June 2012 Contents From the Editor's Desk ........................................................ 8 From the Desk of Managing Editor ..................................... 10

Review Significance of Gulika ............................................... 12 Dr. Suresh Chandra Mishra Major and Sub-periods of the Planets ................... 15 G.K. Goel How Effective is Ashtakoot Milan in Matching Compatability? ...................................... 26 Dr. S.P. Gaur Astronomical Foundation of Horoscope ................ 30 Kalpana Tiwari Vastu for Energizing a Home ................................... 34 Pt. Gopal Sharma Psychology Problems & the Role of 4th House in Horoscope .......................................... 36 Punit Vohra

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ONTARIO (CANADA) Ontario Chapter (Canada) Shri Sat Parkash Mehta 7457, Sigsbee Drive, Malton, Missigauga, Ontario, Canada, Zip- L4T 3B4 Phone: 001-416-648-0010 Email : spmehta@spmehta.net Brampton Chapter (Canada) Ms. Baljinder Kaur 29, Leegate Street, L7A1Z7, Brampton Ontario, Canada Mob : 6479674556 (Canada) 09888956695 (India) Email : aulakhbally@gmail.com

ORLANDO (U.S.A.) Orlando Chapter (U.S.A.) All India Astrological Services #2070, Tiptree Circle Orlando, FL-32837 (USA) Ph.:1-800-238-4295,407-857-4319 Fax - 407-857-9498 Web - www.hinduastrology.com

TEHRAN (IRAN) Tehran Chapter (Iran) Mr. Alireza Pourmahram Add: No. 388, Entrance 2, Block-C2 Phase - 1, Ekbatan Complex Buildings Tehran (Iran), Post Code- 1395633185 Mob : 00989351176759, 00989127007378 Email : info@tantravidya.com, tantravidya@yahoo.com Web : http://www.tantravidya.com

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ANDHRA PRADESH Rajahmundry Chapter • Sh. P. S. Phani Sarma #4-211/2, Sri Shirdi Sai Nagar, Besides Coir Board, Dowlaiswaram, Dist-East Godawari-533125 (A.P.) Mob : 09440490999 Email : phanimadhuri1971@gmail.com ASSAM Guwahati Chapter • Shri Abhijit Dhar School of Indian Astrology Bye Lane No.9, H.No.-6, Rajgarh, Guwahati-781003 (Assam) Mob : 09435146262, 09864046652 Email: astrology_abhijeet@hotmail.com Web.:www.darshan.net.in/abhijeet.html BIHAR Gaya Chapter • Sh. Pramod Kumar Sinha Astrological Point Shanti Niketan, Maharani Road Gaya - 823002 (Bihar) Ph : 063 1-2225473, Mob : 09431223487, 0983526086 Email:pramod@astrologicalpoint.com info@astrologicalpoint.com Web.: www.astrologicalpoint.com Biharsharif Chapter • Shri Pramod Kumar Sinha C/o Shri Ranjeet Kumar Sinha Astrological Point Udantpuri Garh par, Biharsharif, Dist- Nalanda (Bihar) Mob : 09835268086, 09431687137 Email:pramod@astrologicalpoint.com info@astrologicalpoint.com Web.: www.astrologicalpoint.com Bhagalpur Chapter • Er. Sanjay Kumar Vastu & Astrological Centre C/o Er. S.R. Pandey Sunder Lal Lane, Back of Head Post Office Mehandi Chauk, Bhagalpur-812001, Bihar Mob : 09430931846, 09931045795 Buxar Chapter Pt. Sant Kumar Mishra Keshav Jyotish & Paravidya Anusandhan Kendra, Sant Niwash, Maharaja Hata, Buxar-802101 (Bihar) Mob : 9431851863

Motihari Chapter • Sh. Awanish Kumar Watshayan Vedic Jyotish Centre New Chandmari Braham Asthan, Motihari (Bihar) Mob : 09934425819 Email: awanishkumar2005@sify.com Patna Chapter • Sh. Pramod Kumar Sinha Astrological Point New Bengali Tola Mithapur Bus Stand Road, Patna (Bihar) Mob : 09835412470, 0983526086 Email:pramod@astrologicalpoint.com info@astrologicalpoint.com Web.: www.astrologicalpoint.com CHHATISGARH Bhilai Chapter • Sh. Jayant Pandey Kaatyaayni Jyotish 10/B, Street N.P.A., Sector-5, Bhilai, (C.G) Ph:0788-2279918, Mob: 09329012021(Bhilai) 09833137666 (Mumbai) Email: panditjayant1@yahoo.co.in W eb.: astrology24x7.com DELHI & NCR Delhi Chapter-I • Smt. Abha Bansal Future Point X-35, Okhla Phase-II, New Delhi-20 D-68, Hauz Khas, New Delhi -16 Ph.: 011-40541000, 40541021, 40541040 Email: mail@futurepointindia.com, mail@aifas.com Web.: www.futurepointindia.com Delhi Chapter-II Ach. Bhavna Bhatia Cosmic Future Point Plot-165, 1st floor, Pratap Nagar, Opp. ITI, Jail Road, New Delhi-110064 Mob: 09811131939 Email: astrourja@gmail.com, ankguru@aol.in Delhi Chapter-III • Sh. Tilak Raj Shakti Future Point 4, Harphool Singh Building, Subzi Mandi, Clock Tower Roshnara Road, Delhi-110007 Ph : 011- 23829114, Mob : 09811551168 Email: mail@shaktifuturepoint.com Web.: www.shaktifuturepoint.com Delhi Chapter-IV • Sh. Harish Kumar Malik Jai Guru Jyotish Sansthan 1/9533, Street No.-2, Partap Pura, West Rohtash Nagar, Shahadara Delhi - 110032 Mob : 09871408417 Email: harishmalik76@gmail.com

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a Delhi Chapter-V • Sh. Sevaram Jaipuriya Institute of Vastu and Joyful Living B-292, Sarswati Vihar, Delhi-110034 Ph: 011-27030966/67, 65169566, 27020736 Mob: 9810100533, 9971688133 Email: ptgopal@yahoo.com Web:www.panditgopalsharma.com Delhi Chapter-VI • Er. Anil Kumar Jain Astro Sciences Research Organisation (Regd.) Salwan Public School, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi-110060 Ph: 011-23388789, Mob: 09810999050 Email: anilusha2000@yahoo.com Delhi Chapter-VII • Ach. Vinay Singal Vaastu Shree Acaddemy 15, Inder Enclave, Rohtak Road, New Delhi - 110087 Ph : 011-32962651, Mob. 09310355224 Email: niceraja40@yahoo.com W eb: www.vastushree.com Delhi Chapter-VIII • Smt. Sudha Singhal Vedic Jyotish Sanstha Sangh J-669, Gali No. 3, 3½ Pusta, Kartar Nagar, Delhi-110053 Ph : 011-22942832, 22946467 Mob : 9015634199, 9811159613 Email : sudhasinghalchapter8@gmail.com Delhi Chapter-IX • Shri Joginder Mann Shani Future Point Shri Sidh Shani Mandir, GT Karnal Road Alipur Bye pass, Delhi - 110036 Mob : 09999885350, 09313908726 Gurgaon Chapter • Sh. Satya Prakash Gaur Nakshatra Niketan Jagdamba Palace, Adj. Jay Cinema, Old Railway Road, Gurgaon (Haryana) Ph : 0124-2332761, Mob : 09313033117 Email : nakshatraniketan@ymail.com Palam Vihar Chapter • Pt. Ashok Kumar Sharma Institute of Vastu Astrology & Gemology B-22, 2nd Floor, Palam Vyapar Kendra, Palam Vihar, Gurgaon (Haryana)-122017 Ph : 0124-4073863, 64, 65, Mob : 09971743292 Email:id-info@i-vag.com, Web.:www.i-vag.com Ghaziabad Chapter • Sh. Sukhvinder Singh Saransh Jyotish 30/1, Lal Quarter, Lohia Nagar, Ghaziabad-201001(U.P.) Mob : 09811067209 Noida Chapter • Smt. Meena Godiyal Divya Gyan, F-119, Sector- 22, Noida, UP Ph.: 0120-4356839, Mob.:09811621839 Email:meenagodiyal@gmail.com Faridabad Chapter • Smt. Nidhi Agarwal Bhavishya Gyan Jyotish Kendra H.No. 1566, Sector-7E, Faridabad-121006 (Haryana) Ph : 0129-4061258, 4061256 Mob : 09871449996

GUJARAT Ahmedabad Chapter • Sh. Jaidev R Prabhu Academy of Vedic Astrology 3, Tagore Park, Nehru Nagar Circle, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad-380015 (Gujarat) Ph.: 079-26744273, Mob: 09824256624 Email: srswamy24@yahoo.com Gandhi Nagar Chapter • Sh. Dinesh Bhai P Bhatt Sadashiva Academy of Astrology 473, Adarsh Nagar Society Sector-24, Gandhi Nagar (Gujarat) Phone: 079 - 23228988 Jam Nagar Chapter • Nilesh Lalitchandra Vyas Ved Chakshu Jyotish Shiksha Kendra 101- Chaitanya Complex, Near Khambhaj Gate, Opp. Arya Samaj School Jam Nagar- 361001 (Gujrat) Ph. 0288-2663108 Mob : 09426471108, 9924228533 email : jyotishnileshvyas@yahoo.com Surat Chapter • Sh. H. B. Joshi Bhaskara Bureau of Vedic Astrology 10/1774, Popawala Street Soni Falia, Surat (Gujarat) Ph : 0261-2599066, Mob.09427474796 Email : hjoshi_astrovastu@radiffmail.com Vadodara Chapter • Sh. R. D. Thakar A-2, Bholenath Society, Near Harikrupa City Bus Stop, Gotri Road, Vadodara-390021 (Gujarat) Ph : 0265 - 2371524, 09879579952 Email : r_dthakar@yahoo.com Veraval Chapter • Shri Suraj Mehta Gyan Jyoti Classes Near Parmeshwar Apartment, Beside Kamnath Bhojnalaya, 80 Feet road, Veraval - Somnath, Dist- Junagadh- 362265 (Guj.) Ph.:02876-289234(O), 286028, 289317(R) Mob : 09824418438(R), 09924064372 Email:smehta786@rediffmail.com Web.: surajmehta.andmuchmore.com GOA Goa Chapter • Sh. Sudarshan V. Deshpande Shree Datta Krupa Astrology Res. Centre Plot No. 251, Amona, Ferry Road, Devlay, Candola, Goa-403107 Mob: 09764004315 Email: svd02@yahoo.co.in HARYANA Ambala Chapter • Shri Rajesh Garg Divine Astro Vision 1634/11, Mahavir Nagar, Ambala City-134002 Mob : 09416499840, 07307401008 Email : divineastrovision@yahoo.com divineastrovision@gmail.com

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Bilaspur Chapter • Mr. Pushpender Kaushik C/o Dr. Tek Chand Kush Maharishi Prashar Jyotish Shikshan Sansthan, Bhilaspur Sadhaura Road Bilaspur, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana Ph : 8950875100 Kurukshetra Chapter • Sh. Suresh Kumar Mishra Astro Future Point #935/5A, Shree Durga Devi Mandir, P.O-Pipli- 136131, Kurukshetra (Haryana) Mob: 08930000839, 08930000659 Email:info@shivastrovastu.com shivastrovastu@gmail.com W eb:www.shivastrovastu.com Karnal Chapter • Sh. Ravindra Krishna Arora Sri Ram Jyotish Shiksha Kendra 721, Basant Nagar, Behind Convent School, Jagdhri-135003 Mob : 09896239405 Email:shriramjsk@yahoo.com Panipat Chapter • Sh. Satnarain Sharma Saraswati Future Point A-3, Gaushala Road, Super Market, G.T. Road, Panipat-132103 (Haryana) Mob : 09354900878, 09215130999 Email:saraswatifuturepoint@yahoo.com Yamuna Nagar Chapter • Pt. Gopal Raj Kaushal Maa Durga Jyotish Shiksha Kendra Gali No. 5, Azad Nagar, Yamuna Nagar-135001 (Haryana) Mob :09466017479, 09355009847 Email:jaibawalal@rediffmail.com JHARKHAND Bokaro Chapter • Sh. D. S. Mishra Astro Center KE-9, City Centre, Sector IV, Bokaro Steel City-827004 Phone : 06542-22333, Mob.-9431191851 Email: dayashankarmishra1@gmial.com Hazaribag Chapter • Pt. Ashesh Samar Pathak Maa Pitambra Jyotish Kendra Madhukar Marg, Heerabagh, Canary Road, Hazaribagh-825301 Mob : 09934389126, 09431394098 Email: maapeetambrafilms@gmail.com mpjk_asp@rediffmail.com Jhumri Telaiya Chapter • Sh. Raj Kumar Srivastava Chitragupta Nagar, Ward No. 22 Post - Jhumri Telaiya Dist - Kodarama - 825409, Jharkhand Mob : 09934125123 Email : astroraj80@yahoo.com

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Chapters JAMMU & KASHMIR Jammu Chapter • Smt. Vandana Verma Shri Vijay Verma, Divya Drishti College of Astrology 612-A, Gandhinagar, Jammu-180005(J&K) Phone : 0291-2458093 Mobile: 09419195709, 09796227777 Email: vijayverma_vijayverma@yahoo.co.in KARNATAKA Bangalore Chapter-I • Sh. T. V. Laxminarsimhiah Jyothir Mandiram, 39, 2nd Main, 2nd Stage, West Chord Road, Bangalore-560086 Ph: 080-23494724, Mob : 09481244050 Email:onshoot@vsnl.net Bangalore Chapter-II • Sh. K. R. Dasa Setty No. 39, 6th Cross, K.H.B.Colony, Yelahanka, Gandhinagar, Bangalore-560064 Ph: 080-28463124, Mob : 09845634181 Email:krdasasetty@gmail.com Belgaum Chapter • Sh. Narasinhacharya M. Honnidibb Shri Gurudatt Jyotishalay 2540, Mirapur gali, Shahapur, Belgaum Mob: 9036663986, 9740827470 Email:shrigurudattaastro@gmail.com Hubli Chapter • Sh. Shivram L. Joshi Shri Vinayaka Jyotishya Kendra No. 203/2nd floor, Gandharva Apartment, New Badami Nagar Road, Keshavpur, Hubli- 580023, Karnataka Ph: 0836-2284413, Mob: 09341881773 MAHARASHTRA M umbai Chapter • Sh. Jayant Pandey Kaatyaayni Jyotish 102, Dharti Apartment, Picknic Cottege Versova, Andheri(W ), Mumbai- 400061 Mob: 09329012021(Bhilai) 09833137666 (Mumbai) Email: panditjayant1@yahoo.co.in W eb.: astrology24x7.com Pune Chapter • Sh. Prashant Manda Vastu & Fengsui Res. Centre C./o Suhas Parekh 20/17, Sakal Nagar, Baner Road, Aundh, Pune-411007, Maharashtra Mobile : 09823746626 Email: prashant_manda@rediffmail.com Web.:www.vastumaharuishi.blogspot.com MADHYA PRADESH Bhopal Chapter • Pt. Vineet Tiwari (Raj Jyotishi) Bhartiya Jyotish and Vastu Sansthan GM-6, Coach, Factory Road, INDUS City, Bhopal (M.P.) Mob : 09827457570, 08878130100 Email: astro_vineet@rediffmail.com

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a Betul Chapter • Pt. Hirendra Shukla Sidhidaatri J yotish Paramarsh Avam Anusandhan Kendra Company Garden, Aryapura, Teekari, Betul, MP-460001 Ph : 9826559115, 9425002065 Email : astro.hirendrashukla@rediffmail.com Chhindwara Chapter • Shri Rajnish Acharya Bhavishya Darshan 176, Panchsheel Nagar, State Bank Colony Chhindwara (M.P.)-480001 Ph. : 07162-243871, Mob : 09425146518 Email: rajnish.acharyaji@gmail.com Damoh Chapter • Shri Rajan Prasad Patel Sidhi Vinayak Jyotish Kendra House No. -14, Professor Colony Near Devi Mandir, Damoh, M.P. Mob : 09300694736, 08109442751 Email:astro.rppatel@gmail.com Gwalior Chapter • Shri L. M. Chaturvedi 8, New Vivekanand Colony, University Road, Gwalior (M.P.) Ph. : 0751-2344957, Mob: 07597647068, 09425462516 Email:lmchaturvedi@yahoo.com Indore Chapter-II • Er. Akhilesh Jain Aloukik Vastu Jyotish Anu. Sansthan 82, Vidya Nagar, Sapana Sangeeta, Inodre (M.P.) Ph:0731-4066871, Mob : 09826016534 Email:aloukikurja@yahoo.co.in Web.: www.astrourja.com Indore Chapter-III • Er. Atul Garg College of Astrology & Vastu 31, Khatipura, Inside Aziz Mansion, Indore - 452007 (M.P.) Ph.: 0731 - 2535187 Indore Chapter-IV • Ms. Vedica Srivastav Vedica Astrology Centre "Rigved" 45, Patel Nagar, Behind Velocity, Indore (M.P.) Mob. : 09827080111 Email: vedica.shrivastav@gmail.com W eb.: www.shopastro.com Indore Chapter-V • Mr. Devendra Singh Khushwaha Shop No. 8, 1st Floor, Sterling Power, Near Apollow Tower, M.G. Road, Indore- 452020, M.P. Mob : 09826406476, 09993722250 Email:dev.astrology12@gmail.com web : www.devastro.com Ujjain Chapter • Shri Ashok Kumar Patni Shri Mahamangal Jyotish Kendra 18, Varah Mihir Marg, Indira Gandhi Chauraha, Freeganj, Ujjain, M.P. Ph: 0734-2564181, Mob : 09406822358 ORISSA Barahampur Chapter • Shri Gopi Nath Mahapatra Shri Purushottam Jyotish Evam Vastu Shodh Sansthan, Gandhi Nagar-1 Lane Distt-Ganjam, Barahampur (Orissa) Ph : 0680-2224695, Mob : 09437076699

PUNJAB Amritsar Chapter • Mr. Jishnu Gupta Amritsar Inst. of Ast. Sciences & Res. Centre C/o - Shri R.K. Gupta SCF-18C, C Block Market, Ranjeet Avenue Near Eldo Rado Restaurant, Amritsar (Pb.) Ph. : 0183-2502970, Mob.09815902970 email : rkguptaastrologer@gmail.com Chandigarh Chapter • Dr. Amar Agrawal A.A.R.C. Instt. of Ast. & Allied Sciences H.No.650, Sector-25, Panchkula-134111 Mo : 09888288888, 09814002574 Email: amar1145@gmail.Com Hoshiyarpur Chapter • Shri Raj Paul Sharma Vastu & Jyotish Shiksha Kendra EP-151, Saidan Gate, Jalandhar City Mob. 09780269400, 09888212553 Email: sharma_pix@rediffmail.com Jalandhar Chapter • Shri Somnath Gopal Jyotish Shiksha Evam Anusandhan Kendra C/o Bhartiya Gopal Model High School, Gopal Nagar Railway Road, Nakodar, Jalandhar (Pb.) Ph. : 01821-221787, Mob. 09872133518 Jalandhar Chapter-I • Shri Bhagwati Kalia House No. D-4, Staff Quarters Doordarshan Colony, Mahavir Marg, Jalandhar Mob : 9463763682 Email : pawan_kalia@rediffmail.com Ludhiana Chapter • Dr. Jagdamba Prasad Gaur Prof. Madan Mohan, Dr. Suresh Atray 102, Pratap Colony, Model Gram, Ludhiana- 141002 Ph.:01624-223356, 0161-2408179, 2432308 Mo.:09814034023, 9357440102 Email: jagdambagaur@hotmail.com Pathankot Chapter • Mr. Love Kumar Verma Cosmic Institute of Vastu Sciences Near Kapoor Nursing Home,Pathankot (Pb.) Phone: 0186-5080545, Mob : 09876588242 Email : acosmic.ptk@rediffmail.com Phagwara Chapter • Smt. Lalita Mohey Archismaan’s Future Point House No. XXXII/81, Mandi Road, Gandhi Chowk,Phagwara-144401 (Pb.) Ph : 01824-266399, Mob : 9780131703 Email: archisamaan@hotmail.com Patiala Chapter • Shri Harish Kumar Malik 2nd Floor, 5C, Seetal Complex, Baradari, Rajbaha Road, Near CMO Residence, Patiala - 147001 Mob : 09871408417, 08054333517, 08054333915 Email : harishmalik76@gmail.com

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a Sangrur Chapter • Dr. Kamalpreet Dharni Dharni Institute of Astrology and Vedic Study B-7/133, Khalifa Street, Sangrur (Punjab) Ph : 01675-224708 Mob- 09876407300 email : dr.kamaldharni@yahoo.in RAJASTHAN Alwar Chapter • Sh. Upendra Kumar Sharma Shri Ganga Jyotish Anu. Kendra Ganga Vihar, Lal Diggi Chauraha, Alwar (Raj.) Phone : 0144-2331247, 5120081 Email: gangajyotish@yahoo.com Bhilwara Chapter • Pt. Pramod Rai Acharya 17/46, Evening Subji Mandi Near Session Court, Bhilwara(Raj.) Phone : 01482-221286 Email: acharyaastro@rediffmail.com Bikaner Chapter • Dr. Nand Kishore Purohit “The Forecast House” Institute of Future Forecasting (India) Near Ramdev Temple, Dammani Chowk, Bikaner (Raj.) Ph : 0151-3201198, 3206556 Mob : 09414230268, 09024468889 Email: forecasthouse@rediffmail.com Ganganagar Chapter • Pt. Ghanshyam Das Bhrigu Jyotish Vidyapeeth 983, Purani Aabadi, Ward No. 15, Ganganagar-335001 (Raj.) Phone : 0154- 2451242, 09166157278 Jaipur Chapter • Pt. Prem Shankar Sharma 31/51, Pratap Nagar, Sanganer, Jaipur(Raj) Ph.: 0141-2791444 Mob: 09414073506, 09829957395 Email: ajay_jaipur@rediffmail.com Jaipur Chapter • Smt. Varsha Goyal 36-A, Gangwal Park, Jaipur-4 Mob: 08766140513, 09414943101 Ph : 0141-2608003 pcpljpr@gmail.com Jodhpur Chapter • Shri Rajendra Kumar Purohit Vastu and Jyotish Anusandhan Kendra Geeta Bhawan, 1st Floor, Room No. 12, Shivanchi Gate Road, Jodhpur (Raj.) Ph.: 0291-2618117, 2634374 Mob: 09828128117 Email:purohitrk2001@yahoo.co.in Jodhpur Chapter • Hemant Kumar Institute of Astrologic & Allied Sciences for study and Research 12, Manji ka Hattha, Near Suncity Hospital, Main Road, Paota, Jodhpur (Raj.) Mob.: 07742401942, 09549352009 Email:hemant.rathore.jadha@gmail.com

Tonk Chapter • Sh. Babulal Shastri Manu Jyotish & Vastu Research Centre Opp. Barwali Haweli, Subhash Bazar, Tonk- 304001 (Raj.) Ph : 01432-245358, Mob : 09413129502 Email: jyotishvastu@rediffmail.com

Kanpur Chapter • Sh. Sharad Kumar Tripathi Mani Computers & Ast. Res. Centre 65/6, Site No. 1, Opp. Geeta Park, Kidwai Nagar, Kanpur(U.P.) Mob : 09336101269, 09918101269 Email:mani_tuturepoint@hotmail.com

Udaipur Chapter • Shri Devendra Parmar Bhartiya Jyotish Shodh Sansthan 3 Trimurti Complex, Manva Kheda Road, Near Vaishali Appt., Sector-4, Hiran Magri, Udaipur (Raj.) Ph : 0294-2460512 Mob : 09351336086, 09214465408 Email : bhartiyashodh@yahoo.com

Lucknow Chapter • Smt. Saroj Solanki Vedic Academy H.No. 560/25, Water Reliable Compound, Krishna Nagar, Kanpur Road, Lucknow(U.P.) Mob : 09335207465, 09450663390 Email: avdheshpratapsingh@yahoo.co.uk

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From The Editor's Desk Instant Predictions in Astrology We all live in an era of information. In this era television, internet and Mobile are playing crucial role in the field of information and broadcasting. We can contact instantly any person in the world through mobile phone and we can easily get any kind of information by internet. News of a particular incident is instantly displayed on TV news channels. Like this people also want instant predictions from astrologers as soon as they contact them via mobile, TV or internet and they also expect a quick and right answer of their query. They are ready to pay fee for this through cash or credit card. Nowadays we see many interactive programs related to astrology on TV and a person can directly ask a question from the astrologer sitting in the studio via mobile phone. Ramal method, gazing at Crystal ball and tarot card readings are very popular methods which are used for giving instant predictions. In these methods detailed calculations are not required while giving predictions and predictions are entirely based of observations. In astrology various planetary combinations, planetary period and transit of planets are analyzed along with many other astrological calculations which may cause delay in giving predictions. So it has become very essential for astrologers who are working in modern era of information and technology to find out some techniques to give instant and accurate predictions. Astrological softwares are being updated with the advancement of computer technology. Leo software developed by future point is proved very useful for astrologers for this purpose. In this software as soon as we enter birth details the horoscope, planetary period, planetary positions, astrological predictions 8

and remedies are immediately displayed on the computer screen. Let us see how we can give instant predictions by doing quick and accurate calculations. Determination of Mook Prasna In astrology we can not only give instant predictions but we can also judge the mental state of the native. First of all make a horoscope of the time and place from where the native is asking his question. You should keep in mind that planetary position of that time are generating question in the mind of the native and these planetary positions are also responsible for the answer of this question not the astrologer. Astrologer is only a medium to answer the question. If one is asking question from India and astrologer is also based in India than it does not make a big difference in the planetary positions but if somebody asks question from a foreign country and astrologer is based in India than it can make a big difference. In this situation ascendant rising at the place from where the native is asking question and the ascendant rising at the place of the astrologer at the time of question may differ. Different houses of the horoscope signify different aspects of human life. An experienced astrologer should always keep in mind the specified areas on which native can ask question. Broadly a native can ask questions related to his health, education, work and profession, economic and monetary conditions, family life, progeny, litigation, children, marriage. First of all an astrologer should make horary chart and assess the position of ascendant lord. The position of ascendant lord can give a clue about the question. Normally question is related to the house in which the lord of ascendant is posited. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012


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Health

Second house Third house Fourth house Fifth house

Money and Wealth dispute, courage and endeavor Family, happiness and education Children, education, if the questioner is female than the question is related to love affairs Sixth house service or disputes Seventh house Marriage or marital disputes Eighth house obstacle, transfer, court case Ninth house success/profession Tenth house Service, business and career Eleventh house Money and finance Twelfth house Travel, investment or lost property. The result of question depends on the position of significator of the question. If it is posited in the benefic house than results will be favorable otherwise results may not be very good. Moon shows the time of fructification of results. Work will be completed in the number of days The Moon takes to pass the ascendant. If Moon is in the ascendant at the time of question then it indicates instant results. If Moon is posited in the twelfth house it indicates result will come in three four days. If it is in the second house then the results will come in one month. If the result of question is to come in months then the distance of Sun from ascendant indicates the fructification of results. If the results are to come in a year or above than it is difficult to get results from horary chart. The position of Moon in the horary chart gives results as per the following manner. House

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First house

immediate results

Second/third/fourth

In a month or more than a month.

Fifth house

Success will sure but it will be at the appropriate time

Sixth house

Immediate and sure success

Seventh house

There will be success but there will be tension and trouble also.

Eighth house

Success is denied or delayed.

Ninth/tenth house

Success will be in a few days

Eleventh/twelfth house Success within a week.

while giving predictions by using horoscope of the individual. These are planetary combinations, planetary periods and planetary transit. Transit plays an important role in predicting future. For this we have to see transit of Saturn. As Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury and Venus are fast moving planets and Rahu and Ketu are shadow planets and Jupiter is benefic planet. As Saturn is slow moving planet and this is the only planet which gives sufferings and trouble to the native due to its transit. We can assess the effect of Saturn transit by three methods. The transit of Saturn in a sign The transit of Saturn with respect to the natal Moon The transit of Saturn with respect to Ascendant The transit of Saturn with respect to Moon indicates malefic or benefic results. Transit of Saturn with respect to ascendant indicates the part of life which is affected like health, wealth, marriage or children etc. The transit of Saturn in different zodiac signs and its results are like this Aries

malefic

Lirba

Benefic

Taurus

benefic

Scorpio

malefic

Gemini

Benefic

Sagittarius

Malefic

Cancer

Malefic

Capricorn

Benefic

Leo

malefic

Aquarius

Benefic

Virgo

benefic

Pisces

Malefic

The transit of Saturn in the 12, 1, 2,4 and 8th house from the natal Moon sign or ascendant is considered good and auspicious. In other houses the transit of Saturn is normal or inauspicious. Normally a native gets relief after his the dhaiya or sade sati of Saturn is over. His mental, physical, emotional and monetary problems are reduced after this. In addition to this native also gets relief if a bad phase of malefic planetary period is over according to his horoscope. Thus an astrologer can give instant predictions by focusing on the transit of Saturn in the horoscope of the native. Predictions based on this are very accurate and satisfactory. If Saturn is not favorable in the horoscope of the native then an astrologer can suggest astrological remedies to reduce the sufferings of the native.

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From The Desk of Managing Editor Yantra a Divine tool to protect from negative forces Sarva Manokamna Prapti yantra As the name suggests sarva Manokamna prapti yantra in the yantra which accomplishes one are all desires. The auspiciousness of the yantra at home/shop/work place i ncreases the auspiciousness of that place where it is established and decreases the negative energies of that area. This yantra has numerical grid and the magical effects of the numbers used in the grid opens the new avenues for wealth, success, prosperity and pti yantra is one of them. This yantra is the most powerful because it observes all auspicious powers into it and removes all the hurdles in that retard the growth of destiny. If the worshipper establishes this yantra in Ishan kona and worship it daily, all his desires and ambitious are accomplished Happiness. Utility: In Hindu religion, worshipping various yantras for various purposed has been a sacred precept. Sarva Manokamna Pra Shri Vaibav Laxmi Yantra Vaibhav means prosperity. By worshippi ng t his yantra the native gets all his desires fulfilled and is blessesd with success. Vaibhav Laxmi yantra produces wonderf ul results into brings health, wealth, and prosperity to 10

the family. Those who find it difficult to pay debts, they must establish this yantra at home/office/factory. By seeing this yantra everyday, poverty is removed. Utility: Vaibhav Laxmi yantra not only increases wealth but also enhances materialistic pleasure in life. The auspiciousness of this yantra enhances name, fame and prestige in the society of the worshipper. Shri Vaibhav Laxmi Yantra increases the resources of income. Mantra for Vaibhav Laxmi yantra Ya Devi Sarv Bhuteshu Laxmi Rupen Sansthitha Namastasye Namastasye Namastasye Namo Namah This yantra can be energized by Guru Mantra Om Gram Greem Graum Sah Guruve Namah Shri Bhairav Yantra Shri Bhairav Yantra is an auspicious tool to appease Lord Bhairav and to get His blessings in life. Worship of this yantra removes the malefic effects of black magic, ghosts and evil spirits. This yantra works as a sav ior f rom the negative influences and enhances suspicious and positive energies in life. Shri Bhairav Yantra bestows the worshipper with good health and he/she gets success to win over enemies, diseases and debts. Professional problems come to an end. Shri Bhairav Yantra is worshipped to remove inauspiciousness from business. One should worship AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012


a a regularly this yantra to obtain auspcious results Shri Bhairav mantraOm Batuk Bhairavaye Namah PANCHANGULI YANTRA: Best for astrologers for getting predictive powers This Yantra gives ability to look into the future of any person. This Yantra makes an astrologer to be the master of “Hasta Rekha” (palmistry), that entire he predicts will come true, destroys v ari ous diseases, and keeps away the spirits and ghosts. Ast rologers should worship this yantra In the month of Kartika especially when Hasta Nakshatra is in operation one must start the worship of this yantra. Before starting the recitation do the chanting of following DHYAN MANTRA. Om Panchanguli Mahadev ee Sree Seemandharshaasane Adhshtatri Karasyaasau Shaktih Sree Trideshitu After chanting the Dhyana Mantra following Mantra of Panchanguli should be recited 108 times daily. Om Namo Panchanguli-Panchanguli ParshariParshari Mata Mayangal Vashikarni Lohamaya Dand Mannini Chausath Kaam Vihandani Ranmdhye Raulmadhye Shatrumadhye Deewaanmadhye Bhootmadhye Pretmadhye Pishaachmadhye Jhotingmadhye Daakinimadhye Shankhinimadhye Yakshinimadhye Doshenimadhye Sheknimadhye Gunimadhye Gaarudimadhye Veenarimadhye Doshmadhye doshasharan madhye Dushtamadhye Ghor Kashtmujh Upre Buro Jo Koi Karaave jade Jadaave Tat Chinte Chintave tas Mathe Sri Matasri Panchanguli Devi Tano Vajao Nirdhaar Parhe Om Thang Thang Thang Swaha. After reciting this Mantra, give oblation (Havan) of Panchmeva daily. This is the method of attaining Mantra Siddhi. Keep an idol of Goddess Durga in front of you. Make one picture of Swaroop Devi which shall look like fingers. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology Apr.-Jun. 2012

Any Person who attains the Siddhi even once will obtain the power to forecast events by looking at the hands. He can cast horoscope simply by looking at the hands of any person. He will know all the secrets of the life of another person. Western astrologer Cheiro had mastered Panchanguli Sadhana by the virtue of which he could make accurate predictions. He had come to India to master in the prayer of invocation of Goddess Panchanguli and it is because of this knowledge gained by him that his predictions brought name and fame for him. Matangi Yantra- Matangi yantra’s presiding deity is Goddess Matangi who is considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Saraswati. Goddess Matangi resides in the throat chakra and is radiant like moon. This Yantra of Matangi is worshipped to achieve command over speech, creativity and knowledge. The daily worship of this yantra brings harmony and bliss in married life. For gaining eloquence and musical expertise one should worship it regularly. Following Mantra should be recited for this yantra- ‘Om Hreeng Kleeng Hung Matangyai Namah’. Utility of Matangi Yantra- Matangi yantra blesses one with the best results if it is worshipped in Navratras.it blesses one to enjoy all comforts in life. The unmarried girl who is looking forward to get a spouse of her choice fulfills her wish by the grace of this yantra. This enhances physical beauty. This can be recommended to students, teachers, lecturers, dancers, writers, designers, artists and those in artistic or creative worlds. Sampoorna Navgraha Yantra- Doshas of nine planets- Sun, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Moon, Mars, Saturn and Rahu and Ketu are remov ed by worshipping of this yantra and one can get the benefic effects of the planets. In this way this yantra consists of nine yantras and nine planets. The devotee can get all round success in all walks of life. This yantra can be installed in house, office, or shop. It proves to be more benefic if installed in the North. The yantra enhances the positive energies of the planets and auspicious effects of all the houses under transit, elements and all directions. Mantra for this YantraBrahma Murari Tripuraantkari Bhaanuh, Shashih, Bhumisuto, Budhascha. Guruscha Shukrah, Shani, Rahu Ketawah, Sarve Grahah Shaantikaraa Bhavantu.

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Significance of Gulika Dr. Suresh Chandra Mishra

Gulika also called as Maandi, holds a position of prime importance in the evaluation of a natal chart. Like Rahu and Ketu, having no physical existence it always makes a difference in the natal chart output. By nature it surpasses all natural or functional malefics. Gulika or Maandi In Vedic astrology, Gulika or Maandi are considered synonymous although some people consider them as different entity differentiate between them. Gulika denotes a certain segment of time ruled by Saturn. The word 'Maandi' is derived from Manda, another name of Saturn. According to the Brihat Prashara Hora Shastra

ukekUrja rq rL;So ekfUnfjR;fHk/kh;rsA Fixing the Gulika The position of Gulika is different for daytime (from sunrise to sunset) and night-time (from sunset to sunrise). The duration of the day or of the night(as the case may be) is divided into eight parts. The segment belonging to Saturn is known as Gulika. For daytime, the first segment belongs to the planetary lord of the weekday on which Gulika is to be determined. The next segment belongs to the planetary lord of the subsequent weekday and so on till the seventh segment belongs to the planetary lord of the weekday that falls fifth from the weekday under consideration. The subsequent segments belong similarly to other planets that rule the weekdays in natural order. The eighth part here too is without a lord. In each case the part belonging to Saturn is called as Gulika. The Controversy Some people opine that the cusp for the ending moment of Saturn's part is the Gulika Sphut. However, this concept results in an erroneous understanding of the following shloka from the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra. 12

xqfydkjEHkdkys ;r~ LQqVa ;TtUedkfyde~A xqfyda izksP;rs rLekr~ Qya onsr~AA That is : The cusp of the sign rising at the beginning of the Gulika segment is considered as Gulika. From this the chart must be analysed. Results of Gulika Gulika in the first house most certainly reduces the good results of the chart. The impact is maximum in terms of malevolence when the cusp of the lagna and the Gulika are close in degrees. This means that birth taking place at the commencement of the Gulika -Kaala suffers the maximum affiction. In such a situation, the Raja-yogas or other benefic yogas lose their potence. The phaladeepika states.

xqfydL; rq la;ksxs nks"kkUloa= fufnZ'ksr~A • When the nakshatra of the lagna and Gulika are mutually trinal, the basic benevolence of the lagna nakshatra lord (LNL) is lost. Nakshatras 1,10 and 19 f rom each other are mut ually trinal. Gulika spoils the benefic significations of most of the houses by occupying them. Thus, all troubles ensue when Gulika occupies the lagna. In the second house, it curtails family comforts and financial savings. Poor social status results when Gulika occupies the fourth house. In the fifth, it leads to troubles from progeny And so on. • Of all the sub-planets, Gulika and Yamakantaka (the sub-planet represented by Jupiter's segment) surpass all others in maleficence and beneficence respectively. • Only in house 3,6,10 and 11 Gulika generates beneficial results. In the tenth house, however, it indicates delay in getting established in a career. • The good results of Gulika (from its placement in the above houses) are lost when the rashi and navamsha lords of Gulika are neecha (debilitated) or combust. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


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a Gulika with natural Karakas The association of Gulika with a natural Karaka always destroys the good effects of that Karaka. Classics hold the opinion that Gulika conjunct with the Sun creates lack of comforts for father, with the Moon it is bad for mother, and with Mars it is adverse for brother. when Gulika joins Mercury, the native becomes mentally disturbed. With Jupiter, the native becomes a hypocrite. Gulika with Venus brings troubles from women and ruins marital life. Association with Saturn leads to disease and skin disorder, with Rahu it leads to proneness to infection, and with Ketu fear from fire. Gulika can alter the results of other planetary yogas in the chart. All good yogas are lost when the birth time and the gulika-kaala coincide together with another inauspicious f actor like Mahapaata, Gandanta, Visha-Ghati, etc. (refer to our book : Panchadhyayee) A Special Rule A point 180° from Gulika is also considered as acutely malefic in the natal chart. This point must be taken into consideration when the lethal potential of a planet is to be determined. This is better known as the Pramaana Gulika in Vedic astrology. The dispositor of Gulika or Pramaana Gulika may prove fatal during its dasha, etc., displacing the other maraka or killer planets. Dashas and Transits •

The dasha periods of the dispositor of Gulika or its navamsha lord may prove hazardous.

Gulika in houses 1,5 or 9 authorises the lagna lord to disburse the maraka effect during its dasha.

Trouble results during the dasha of a planet that happens to be an associate of Gulika in the rashi chart.

Severe troubles are also likely during the dasha of any planet associating with Gulika in the navamsha or the dwadashamsha charts.

Specially adverse results ensure during the dasha periods, of Jupiter or Saturn when they associate with Gulika in the navamsha, or the dasha of the Sun when it associates with Gulika in the dwadashamsha, or that of the Moon associating with Gulika in the Trimshamsha chart.

The Pramaana Gulika deserves the same treatment as Gulika (vide supra).

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The transit of Saturn and Jupiter over the navamsha sign lord of gulika, that of the Sun over the Dwadashamsha sign lord of Gulika, and that of the Moon over the Trimshamsha sign lord of Gulika, put the native in trouble. This is according to the prashna Marrga, which states.

eUnkseq"; uoka'kifJrx`gs e`R;qiznk;h xq# HkkZuq}kZn'kHkkxikfJrx`gs f='kka'ki{ksZ 'k'khA • All trikona (1,5,9) rashis should be considered in application of transits. Gulika and accidents • Gulika is extremely important as an active killer in vedic astrology. It is used in the judgement of longevity, along with dasha and transit. • The latna, the Moon and Gulika falling in Dwiswabha (dual) or Sthira (fixed) signs prompt multiple ailments and fatality. In Chara (movable) signs, they lead to good health and long life. • The lagna, the Moon and Gulika falling in mutual trikonas in the navamsha chart, particularly in rashis 4,8 and 12 are fatal. Such a native is disease prone and accident prone. This is according to the following dictum of the Prashna Margga :

vU;ksU;a ;fn rs f=dks.kHkxrk Hkkxk egkjksxnk n`"Vk eksgdjk ;qrk ej.knk% dfdZf=dks.ks n`<+e~A

Gulika and Longevity

For the calculation of longevity, the lagna, the Moon, the Sun and Gulika are all important. A special rule for assessment of longevity involves using the cusp of the lagna and the longitudes of the Sun, the Moon and Gulika. This is as follows : Lagna + 5 +Gulika = Prana Sphut. Moon + 8 + Gulika = Deha Sphut Gulika + 7 + Sun = Mrityu Sphut When the sum of Prana and Deha is more than the Mrityu, the native is likely to live long. However, if Mrityu is bigger than the sum of Prana and Deha, a sudden end of life is indicated. In the chart of late Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi (November 19, 1917, at 23:11 hours IST : at 25° N27', 81°E51') the lagna is 3s27°22', the Sun is 7s04°07', the Moon 9s05°35' and Gulika 1s29°23'. The sum of Prana and Deha is 1s02°16' while Mrityu is 2s15°04'. The native met a tragic end. • Although Gulika is favoured in the third house, it turns death-inflicting when joined by or aspected by Saturn. 13


Review • Gulika in the third with the Moon or receiving the full aspect of the Moon causes tuberculosis or other internal fatal disease. Daily Results of Gulika • Add the cusp of the lagna to the 'longitude' of Gulika. The month when the Sun transits the resultant sign leads to troubles and miseries. • The most hazardous day is when the Moon transits the sign obtained from adding the longitude of the Moon to that of Gulika. • Add the lagna, the Moon and Gulika. The resulttant 'rashi' is to be considered fata. The month, the day and the lagna indicated by the sum obtained above must be avoided in all major ventures. • Gulika may ensure successful conception when : (i) Gulika and the Moon are in the same sign, (ii) Gulika is with the fifth lord, (iii) Gulika is aspected by the fifth lord, (iv) Gulika is in the other sign of the fifth lord, (v) Navamsha lords of Gulika and the Moon are related mutually. • A successful conception results when Jupiter transits

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nhia f'koky;s HkDR;k xks/k`rsu iznki;sr~A Prashara thus recommends that one should worship lord Shiva regularly in the evening, bow down to the Sun-god and lord Vishnu in the morning, and light a holy lamp of 'ghee' before Lord Shiva in a temple. This would defy the evil arising out of an adverse disposition of Gulika.

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Major (Dasa) and Sub-periods (Antar Dasas) of the Planets based on the Method of Ansayurdaya (Brihat Jataka Chapters VII and VIII) G.K. Goel, Delhi

Bhattotpalla, the famous commentator on the works of Varaha Mihira has indicated that the prime role of following three constituents in the predictive Astrology: 1.

Planets: The planets act as seeds and when are sprouted with the help of houses and signs, they become fully grown trees and indicate the direction as well as the nature in which the destiny of native will grow. As such, planetary directional periods (compared to the Nakshatra or sign dasa periods) play the vital and important role in understanding the shape and direction through which fate and destiny may unfold.

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Signs (Rashis): Twelve (12) signs act like manure, or fertilizer as well as right surroundings and atmosphere, for the sprouting of the seed and growth of the trees.

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Houses (Bhavas): The twelve houses act as ground where planets (as seeds) are sown and then germinate and grow with the help of signs.

This is the reason; Sage Parasara teaches us three kinds of main dasas periods: 1. The dasas of planets (These are dealt in the separate chapter on Ayurdaya) 2. The Nakshatra Dasa periods 3. The sign and House dasa periods On account of some misplaced notions, the dasa system based on planets is not widely in use, though Varaha Mihira has devoted one complete Chapter VIII on this topic in Brihat Jataka. As explained above the Dasas of planets hold the fundamental and basic key of the Predictive Astrology. ‘Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra’ indicates three methods of directional (dasa) periods for living beings in the chapter on “Ayuradaya” AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

dasa system: 1. Pindayurdaya 2. Nisargayurdya 3. Ansayurdaya Sage Satyacharya and Acharya Varaha Mihira are of the view that Ansayurdaya method yields better results compared to pindayurdaya. (B.J. Ch. VIII Sl. 13). The purpose of Nisargayurdya dasa system is different, wherein, each planet controls the segment of life at a particular age. The effects of the planets during these dasa periods have a overriding effects irrespective of dasa periods under any other system. Thus Nisargayurdya dasa system give a general direction of life pattern synonym to the natural signification and characteristics of planets which are directly linked with the age of the native. It is a general assumption that the total sum of dasa periods of the planets and the ascendant constitute the span of life of the native. This assumption does not sound correct. As a matter of fact, the total sum of dasa periods represents one cycle of dasa periods. After completion of first cycle, the second and third cycles will commence one after the other. (The similar method is adopted in Nakshatra and sign dasas e.g. Yogni and char Dasas). The death is ascertained based on different principles which are dealt in all Jatak granth’s in separate chapters. Parasara and Varaha Mihira have elaborated the dictums of death in separate chapters under the heading of Balaristha and Maraka. In this appendix, the following subjects will be explained so that the savants could calculate the 15


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Table Ia and Ib : Basic Dasa period of Ascendant and planets corresponding to longitudes measured rom 0º Aries Table A-Based on Navamsa Table IB-Balance Longitude Longitudes At the internal Basic long dasa Long Dasa of 3º20' (Navamsa) Dasa period S 0º 0A 0A 0A 3A 0A 6A 0A 10A 0A 13A 0A 16A 0A 20A 0A 23A 0A 26A 1A 0A 1A 3A 1A 6A 1A 10A 1A 13A 1A 16A 1A 20A 1A 23A 1A 26A 2A 0A 2A 3A 2A 6A 2A 10A 2A 13A 21A 16A 2A 20A 2A 23A 2A 26A 3A 0A 3A 3A 3A 6A 3A 10A 3A 13A 3A 16A 3A 20A 3A 23A 3A 26A 4A 0A 16

‘ 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0 20 40 0

S 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 6A 7A 7A 7A 7A 7A 7A 7A 8A 8A 8A

0º 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A

‘ S 0 8A 20 8A 40 8A 0 8A 20 8A 40 8A 0 8A 20 8A 40 8A 0 9A 20 9A 40 9A 0 9A 20 9A 40 9A 0 9A 20 9A 40 9A 0 10A 20 10A 40 10A 0 10A 20 10A 40 10A 0 10A 20 10A 40 12A 0 11A 20 11A 40 11A 0 11A 20 11A 40 11A 0 11A 20 11A 40 11A 0 12A

0º 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A 3A 6A 10A 13A 16A 20A 23A 26A 0A

‘ Y M 0 0A 0A 20 1A 0A 40 2A 0A 0 3A 0A 20 4A 0A 40 5A 0A 0 6A 0A 20 7A 0A 40 8A 0A 0 9A 0A 20 10A 0A 40 11A 0A 0 12A 0A 20 1A 0A 40 2A 0A 0 3A 0A 20 4A 0A 40 5A 0A 0 6A 0 20 7A 0A 40 8A 0A 0 9A 0A 20 10A 0A0 40 11A 0A 0 12A 0A 20 1A 0A 40 2A 0A 0 3A 0A 20 4A 0A 40 5A 0A 0 6A 0A 20 7A 0A 40 8A 0A 0 9A 0A 20 10A 0A 40 11A 0A 0 12A 0A

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0º 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 0A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 1A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 3A

0’ M 0 0A 5 0A 10 0A 15 0A 20 1A 25 1A 30 1A 35 2A 40 2A 45 2A 50 3A 55 3A 0 3A 5 3A 10 4A 15 4A 20 4A 25 5A 30 5A 35 5A 40 6A 45 6A 50 6A 55 6A 0 7A 15 7A 10 7A 15 8A 20 8A 25 8A 30 9A 35 1A 40 9A 45 9A 50 10A 55 10A 0 10A

D 0 9 18 27 6 15 24 3 12 21 0 9 18 27 6 15 24 3 12 21 0 9 18 27 6 15 24 3 12 21 0 9 18 27 6 15 24

0 3A 3A 3A 3A

‘ 15 10 15 20

M 11A 11A 11A 12A

d 3 12 21 0

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a Dasa period of pl anets and ascendant by Ansayurdaya method easily and without going into lengthy calculations:

to the Ascendant only. (6)

The basic dasa-periods of planets will be subjected to two(2) reductions and thereafter the reduced Dasa period will be increased on account of two (2) factors, whichever is applicable.

(a) Method of calculating Dasa periods (b) Order of fixing Dasa periods (c) Order of fixing Antardasa periods in Dasa periods. A. Method of Calculating Dasa (Major) Periods. The basic principles are: (1)

Each of the seven planets, Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and Ascendant can contribute maximum period of 12 years (solar), based on their placement in respective Navamsa. This is called Basic Dasa (Asanskrit Dasa)

(2)

Rahu and Ketu do not contribute any Dasa period and as such they do not have Dasa and Antar-dasa periods.

(3)

Each planet and ascendant will contribute dasa periods equivalent to its placement in Navamsa sign in proportion to its longitude, counted from sign Aries. In this method, advancement of a planet or ascendant in one complete Navamsa counted from sign Aries contribute one year each. When, the planet obtains last degree of sign Pisces Navamsa, will contribute full 12 years.

(4)

The Basic dasa periods of planets and Ascended can easily be calculated from tables 1a and 1b without any calculations. In Colum 1 of table Ia, the longitudes of planets and ascendant are given at the interval of 3º20' (Navamsa) and column 2 provide corresponding basic dasa-periods. Similarly, column 1 of table 1b indicates the balance longitudes of planets and ascendant in degrees and minutes in a Navamsa; and the column 2 provides the corresponding remainder dasa periods in month and days. The sum of the periods obtained from table Ia and Ib will indicate the total basic dasaperiods of planets and ascendant.

(5)

The special condition for Ascendant only: The basic dasa-period of the Ascendant, as calculated from table Ia and 1b, can be increased subject to certain rules specified below. But this period will not be subject to any reduction. This is a special condition applicable

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The special condition for Planets only:

(7)

Basic Dasa-period is called ASANSKRIT Dasa. The Basic Dasa after rectification called Sanskrit Dasa periods (rectified Dasa periods).

B.

Rules for increase of Basic Dasa-period of the Ascendant

1.

If the Ascendant has (a) adequate shad-bala (b) occupied or aspected by its lord or benefic planets (Moon, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus) and (c) unaspected or occupied by malefics (Sun, Mars, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu) (d) and Navamsa Lagna is also in auspicious influence; the basic dasa period will be increased according to the sign occupied by the Ascendant in main birth chart (nativity). (Navamsa sign will not be considered for increase in Dasa-period as Navamsa itself has contributed the basic dasaperiod).

2. Each sign will contribute one year counted from Aries. Table 2a is constructed at a interval of 2º30' (Dwadasamsa). Each Dwadasamsa will contribute for increase in dasa period of Ascendant by One Month counted from sign Aries. As such 144 dwadasamsa will contribute 144 months or 12 years. Table 2b is constructed at an interval of 5º, and each 5º advance in the longitude of Ascending degree will increase the Dasa period by 1(one) day. After adding up the contribution obtained from Table 2a and 2b, the Sum will represent total increase in Basic Dasa period of Ascendant in years, months and days. This period will be added to basic dasa period calculated from Table Ia and Ib. This will yield to total Dasa period contributed by Ascendant. 3.

In case Ascendant is weak and afflicted on account of Malefics, the Basic dasa period will remain unaltered and will also not decrease.

4.

There is no other rectification is basic dasa period of Ascendant.

C. Rectification of Basic Dasa Period of Planets The basic dasa period is subjected to two kinds of 17


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Table 2a and 2b : Increase in Basic Dasa period of strong Ascendant Table 2A-Based at the interval of 2º30' counted Table 2b-balance from 0º sign Aries. Longitude AscenDasa AscenDasa AscenDasa Baladant period dant period dant period ance degrees degrees degrees degrees S 0 ‘ Y M S 0 ‘ Y M S 0 ‘ Y M 0 ‘ M d 0 0º 0' 0 0 4 0º 0' 4 0 8 0º 0' 8 0 0 0' 0 0 0 2º 30' 0 1 4 2º 30' 4 1 8 2º 30' 8 1 0 5º 0' 0 2 4 5º 0' 4 2 8 5º 0' 8 2 0 7º 30' 0 3 4 7º 30' 4 3 8 7º 30' 8 3 0 10º 0' 0 4 4 10º 0' 4 4 8 10º 0' 8 4 0 12º 30' 0 5 4 12º 30' 4 5 8 12º 30' 0 5 0' 0' 0 0 0 15º 0' 0 6 4 15º 0' 4 6 8 15º 0' 0 6 0 5 0 1 0 17º 30' 0 7 4 17º 30' 4 7 8 17º 30' 0 7 0 10 0 2 0 20º 0' 0 8 4 20º 0' 4 8 8 20º 0' 0 8 0 15 0 3 0 22º 30' 0 9 4 22º 30' 4 9 8 22º 30' 0 9 0 20 0 4 0 25º 0' 0 10 4 25º 0' 4 10 8 25º 0' 0 10 0 25 0 5 0 27º 30' 0 11 4 27º 30' 4 11 8 27º 30' 0 11 0 30 0 6 1 0º 0 1 0 5 0 0 5 0 9 0º 0' 9 0 0 35 0 7 1 2 30 1 1 5 2 30 5 1 9 2º 30' 9 1 0 40 0 8 1 5 0 1 2 5 5 0 5 2 9 5º 0' 9 2 0 45 0 9 1 7 30 1 3 5 7 30 5 3 9 7º 30' 9 3 0 50 0 10 1 10 0 1 4 5 10 0 5 4 9 10º 0' 9 4 0 55 0 11 1 12 30 1 5 5 12 30 5 5 9 12º 30' 9 5 1 0 0 12 1 15 0 1 6 5 15 0 5 6 9 15º 0' 9 6 1 5 0 13 1 17 30 1 7 5 17 30 5 7 9 17º 30' 9 7 1 10 0 14 1 20 0 1 8 5 20 0 5 8 9 20º 0' 9 8 1 15 0 15 1 22 30 1 9 5 22 30 5 9 9 22º 30' 9 9 1 20 0 16 1 25 0 1 10 5 25 0 5 10 9 25º 0' 9 10 1 25 0 17 1 27 30 1 11 5 27 30 5 11 9 27º 30' 9 11 1 30 0 18 2 0º 0 2 0 6 0 0 6 0 10 0º 0' 10 0 1 35 0 19 2 2 30 2 1 6 2 30 6 1 10 2º 30' 10 1 1 40 0 20 2 5 0 2 2 6 5 0 6 2 10 5º 0' 10 2 1 45 0 21 2 7 30 2 3 6 7 30 6 3 10 7º 30' 10 3 1 50 0 22 2 10 0 2 4 6 10 0 6 4 10 10º 0' 10 4 1 55 0 23 2 12 30 2 5 6 12 30 6 5 10 12º 30' 10 5 2 0 0 24 2 15 0 2 6 6 15 0 6 6 10 15º 0' 10 6 2 5 0 25 2 17 30 2 7 6 17 30 6 7 10 17º 30' 10 7 2 10 0 26 2 20 0 2 8 6 20 0 6 8 10 20º 0' 10 8 2 15 0 27 2 22 30 2 9 6 22 30 6 9 10 22º 30' 10 9 2 20 0 28 2 25 0 2 10 6 25 0 6 10 10 25º 0' 10 10 2 25 0 29 2 27 30 2 11 6 27 30 6 11 10 27º 30' 10 11 2 30 1 0 3 0 0 3 0 7 0 0 7 0 11 0º 0' 11 0 3 2 30 3 1 7 2 30 7 1 11 2º 30' 11 1 3 5 0 3 2 7 5 0 7 2 11 5º 0' 11 2 3 7 30 3 3 7 7 30 7 3 11 7º 30' 11 3 3 10 0 3 4 7 10 0 7 4 11 10º 0' 11 4 3 12 30 3 5 7 12 30 7 5 11 12º 30' 11 5 3 15 0 3 6 7 15 0 7 6 11 15º 0' 11 6 3 17 30 3 7 7 17 30 7 7 11 17º 30' 11 7 3 20 0 3 8 7 20 0 7 8 11 20º 0' 11 8 3 22 30 3 9 7 22 30 7 9 11 22º 30' 11 9 3 25 0 3 10 7 25 0 7 10 11 25º 0' 11 10 3 27 30 3 11 7 27 30 7 11 11 27º 30' 11 11 4 0 0 4 0 8 0 0 8 0 12 0 0 12 12 18

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a reductions one after the another applied in serial order. After reduction in dasa period, the remainder period is increased. As such Basic dasa period of each planet may suffer maximum of two kinds of reductions and one kind of increase one after the other, in the serial order as detailed below. Some authorities have indicated different variations, but the method given below has the sanction of Sage Parasara, Sage Satyacharya and Varaha Mihira (refer B.J. Chapters VII and VIII). Saravali is not in full agreement with Varha Mihira on this procedure. (1) Reduction in Basic Ayurdaya (a) Chakrapatha (Harana) reduction This reduction is required on account of placement of the planets in visible half of the Birth Chart i.e. from 7th house to 12th house. This reduction is not applicable on the plants placed from 1st house to 6th house. The reduction will be applicable as per following rules. Table 3 Chakrapatha reduction of Basic longevity of Planets House Malefic

12

11

10

9

8

7

Full

1/2

1/3

1/4

1/5

1/6

3) Dasa-period. If the planet is in retrograde motion, this reduction is not applicable. Further, this reduction is not applicable on Mars even if it is in direct motion and placed in enemy sign. The reason is that Mars is called as Vakra Graha. As such this reduction is applicable to Sun, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn only. This reduction is not applicable on Moon as it does not have enmity with any planet. Table 4-Natural enemies of Planets Planet Sun Mercury Jupiter Venus Saturn Enemy Venus Moon Mercury Sun Sun Planets Saturn Venus Moon Moon Mars ii. In case, Moon, Mars, Mercury, and Jupiter are combust on account of the proximity with the Sun, the Dasa-period is reduced by one half (½). This reduction to not applicable on Saturn and Venus even if these two planets are combust. Similarly, this reduction is not applicable to Mercury, when it is retrograde & combust. The planets will be considered combust when they are within f ollowi ng degreed f rom the Sun on either side: Table 5-Degree of combustion Planet

Moon Mars Jupiter Mercury When direct

Planets Benefic

1/2

1/4

1/6

1/8

1/10

1/12

Planets Malefics: Saturn, Mars and Sun are considered Malefics for this purpose. Benefics: Moon, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus are considered Benefic, Waning Moon, and Mercury associated with malefics are also considered benefics. In case more than one planet is placed in one house (sign), the Chakrapatha reduction will be applicable only on one planet, which is most powerful in shadhbala. This reduction on other planets, which are conjoining the strongest planet, will not be applicable. The next reductions will be applicable only after carrying out this reduction. (b) Reduction on account of placement of planets in enemy signs and in combustion with Sun i. When the planet is in direct motion (Margi) and is also placed in enemy sign, it looses its one third (1/ AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

Degree

12º

17º

11º

14º

Both reductions will not apply simultaneously. The planet will suffered maximum reduction in Dasa period on account of one source only. (c) (Virdhi) increase in the Dasa Period of Planets The increase will be applied on the Dasa-period obtained after applying the reductions on account of Chakrapatha and then on account of placement of planets in enemy house or in combustion with Sun. (1)

The Dasa-period will be increased by three (3) times, if the planet is in exaltation or in Retrograde motion.

(2)

If the planet is in (a) own sign (b) own Navamsa, (c) Vargottama Navamsa or (d) own Drekkana, the dasa period will be increased two (2) times.

If planet is entitled for increase on account of both the counts, the maximum increase will only be applicable i.e. on account of first source only. In that case, the increase on account of second sources will not be applicable. The dasa period of any planet 19


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a point of the house Table 6A-Difference in degrees Table 6B-balance Difference Longitu Factor K Longitu Diff. Factor K dinal dinal Min. 0º

The following points are to be kept in view while fixing the order of Major Dasas of planets: (1)

(2)

(+) 1.00

29

1'

0.001

The equal house division is only applicable

2

0.934

28

2

0.002

This means the middle point of each house will have the same longitude as that of ascending degree. It is necessary because dasa periods are being calculated based on Navamsa, Drekkana and dwadasamsa divisions. The middle point of the each house will have Deeptamsa of 15º on either side (refer foreword).

3

0.867

27

3

0.003

4

0.800

26

4

0.004

5

0.734

25

5

0.005

6

0.667

24

6

0.006

7

0.600

23

7

0.007

8

0.534

22

8

0.008

9

0.467

21

9

0.010

10

0.400

20

10'

0.011

11

0.334

19

20'

0.022

12

0.267

18

30'

0.033

13

0.200

17

40'

0.044

14

0.067

16

50'

0.055

15º

60'

0.067

Find out which of the three: The Ascendant, the Sun or the Moon is strongest in Shadbala. Its period will come first. Then the periods of the planets occupying the angular houses from it will follow i.e. from such powerful the Ascendant, the Sun or the Moon. Then comes the periods of the planets occupying the Panphar or Apooklim houses successively from the same. If there are no planets in the Kendra or Panphar or Apooklim houses, then the periods of the other planets come in the order stated above.

(3)

If more than one planet is occupying the angular houses from each other, the dasa periods of planets will follow based on their Dasa order Bala (Graha Krama Bala).

(a)

The dasa order Bala will be calculated according to following formula:

15º (+) 0.000 (–) Notes: (1) (2)

(d)

If the planet is more than 15º away from the middle point of the house, its dasa order bala will become negative.

(4)

(c) Factor K can be calculated easily from table no. 6( given below) which is based on angular distance of the plants from the middle point. The procedure for calculating the factor K is explained in table 6A and 6B, in detail.

If Malefic is placed in 12th house, and if this planet is subjected to Chakrapatha harana, its Major Dasa period will become Zero (nil). As such, Dasa period of such planet (which can be only one planet in a horoscope) will not operate. However, Antardasa periods of such planet will be operative as Antardasa periods depend on different rules.

(5)

Table 6a and 6b : Factor ‘k’ based on longitudinal distance of planet on other side from the middle

If the planets which are in angular houses to each other, be of equal power, the Dasa period of the planet whose period is the longest, comes first, and

(6) If the planet be of equal power and Dasa period,

Dasa order Bala = Shad bala of planet ´ Factor K. Factor K = 1 – Angular distance of the planet from the middle point of Bhava / 15 (b)

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Middle point of each Bhava will obtain the same degrees as that of the Ascendant, having Deeptamsa of 15º on either side.

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a the period of the planet which rises first, will get precedence. (E) Sub-periods of planets in the Major Period of Planets The procedure may be seen in the main text of Brihat Jataka Chapter VIII slokas 3 and 4: (1) First Antardasa will be of Major Dasa lord itself. The Antardasa period will be say, one UNIT.. (2) If number of planets are placed with dasa lord, the dasa of the most powerful planet only which is with Dasa lord, will follow. In deciding the most power full planet, shadbala will be the only basis(Dasa order Bala is not applicable in choosing sub-dasa lords). If more then one planet is placed with dasa lord, the sub-period of most powerful planet will only be taken, other planets will not get subperiod. The sub-period of this planet will be ½(one half) unit of the sub-period of Dasa lord. (3) The next sub-period will be of one planet each if placed in 5th and 9th house. The order will be decided by the shad-bala of planets. Each of these two planets will have sub-period equal to( one third) 1/3 unit off Antardasa period of the Major Dasa lord. (4) Thereafter, the sub-dasa of strongest planet placed in seventh house will operate. Its subperiod will be 1/7(one seventh) unit of the subperiod of Dasa lord. (5) Though, the sub-dasa of strongest planet one each placed in 4th and 8th houses will operate. These planets will follow the rule mentioned in sl. 3 above. Their periods will be ¼(one forth) unit of the sub-period of dasa lord. (6) The total numbers of sub-periods of planets in major dasa period will vary according to the configuration of planets vis-à-vis Dasa lord. The minimum may be one(1) only i.e. sub-period of Dasa lord only if there are no planets either with Dasa lord or in 5th, 9th, 7th & 4th and 8th house from it. The maximum number of sub-dasa periods can be seven (7) in number. (7) Ascen dant is treated as a planet for AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

calculating Dasa and Sub-Dasa period. (1) Example Horoscope- Male Born on 23.04.1937 at 04.31 PM (IST) Log 79 E 23; lat 28 N 21; Time zone East of GMT: 5:30 Hrs. Chitra Paksha Ayanamsa = 22º 58’ 13" “True longitude of Nodes are adopted Solar Year of 365.25 days is taken for Dasa and Antardasa calculations. ‘Chart No. 1 Planetary Longitudes Planet Longitude Shad-Bala of

Angular

Asc. and

Distance from

Planets

Mid point of the house

Ascendant 12 : 04 : 02

404.0

00 : 00 : 00

Sun

09 : 54 : 03

513.0

02 : 09 : 59

Moon

15 : 46 : 25

437.0

03 : 42 : 23

Mars (R)

12 : 04 : 36

374.0

00 : 00 : 34

Merc

29 : 12 : 58

404.0

17 : 08 : 56

Jup

03 : 35 : 12

432.0

08 : 28 : 50

Venus (R) 01 : 19 : 19

409.0

10 : 45 : 17

Saturn

06 : 49 : 50

483.1

5 : 14 : 46

Rahu

22 : 55 : 48

Ketu

22 : 55 : 48

(2) Calculation of Dasa Periods (A)

Basic Dasa p erio d of Plan ets and Ascendant

(1)

Ascendant: Lagna is 12º04’12" in Virgo in Aries Navamsa. It will give basic period of less than one year. Ascendant is advanced by 0º04’12" in Aries Navamsa that will give basic period of 0yrs 7 months 13 days (Refer Table 1b).

(2)

Ascendant has Bhava Shad-Bala of 404.0 Virupa, and occupied by Moon in sign chart and Venus in the ascendant of Navamsa chart. As such, basic Dasa period of Ascendant will be increased by 5 years 4 months (Table 2a) plus 26 days (Table 2b). Total increase will be 5 years 4 months 26 days. Thus rectified dasa period of the Ascendant will be (0 yrs 7 month 13 days plus 5 years 4 m 26 day) = 6yrs 0 month 09 days. 21


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a In example horoscope, none of the planet is either in enemy house or combust. As such no reduction will be afflicable on account of these two sources of reductions.

In the case of Ascendant , the increase in basic dasa period only is possible. There can not be any decrease in basic dasa period of ascendant.

(B) Basic Dasa periods of planets (1)

(c) Increase in Basic dasa period after applying reduction

Jupiter is in Aquarius Navamsa. it will give full 10 years. The Jupiter is advanced in sign chart by 0º:15':12"in the portion occupied by Aquarius Navamsa. As such basic dasa period will increase by o month 27days (Table-Ib). the basic dasa period of Jupiter will work out 10 yrs o m 27 days.

Mars is in own sign and is also retrograde motion. The dasa period will be increased by three times. Venus is in Vargottama Navamsa and is also in retrograde motion. Its dasa period will be increased by three times.

In this manner Basic dasa periods can be calculated of remaining planets (See chart 1). (2)

The Sun is in the sign of its exaltation, thus its dasa period will be increased three times.

Chakrapatha (Harana) Reduction

Other planets; Moon, Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury are not entitled for any increase.

Saturn is placed in 7th house alone and will loose its 1/6 (one sixth) of basic dasa period, as being malefic.

Order of Planets for Major Dasa periods

Venus, Sun and Mercury are placed in eighth (8th) house. As the Sun is most powerful in Shad-Bala, compared to the Venus and the Mercury, the Sun will loose its 1/5 (one fifth) of its Basic dasa period, being a malefic. Venus and Mercury will not attract this reduction.

In the example Horoscope, the Sun is most powerful in Shad-bala among the Sun (513.6), or the Moon (437.3) or the Ascendant (404.0). Dasa order will be controlled by and will also commence with the Sun. Three planets are in angular houses from the Sun, namely; Jupiter, Venus and Mercury. The planet order strength i.e. Graha Krama Bala of these planets work out as under :

No other planet is placed from 9th to 12th houses. The Moon, Mars and Jupiter will not attract Chakrapatha reduction as these planets are placed from 1st to 6th houses.

Venus:

(3) Reduction on account of placement of planets in Enemy house or combust with Sun

Graha Kram Bala = Shada Bala ´ Factor ‘K’ Graha Karam Bala of Venus = 409.4´ 0.285 = 116.7

Chart No. 2(two) Final Dasa period of Planets Dasa period 0f

Basic

Reduction

Increase

Operative

Dasa period

(Final) Dasa

Planets

period Yr M day Yr. M.days Yrs M Days Yrs M days

Ascendant

0

7

13

Sun

2 11

20

Moon

1

8

23

Mars

6

7

14

Mercury

8

9

5

Jupiter

10

0

27

Venus

0

4

23

Saturn

5

0

18

0 10

0

Total Dasa Period of one cycle 22

7

5 4 4

26

6 0

9

7 4

18

1 8

23

19 10

12

8 9

5

10 0

27

1 2

9

4 2

15

3 Times — 3 Times

3 Times 3

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a (The Venus is away by 10º45' from mid-point of the house. (See chart 1). From table 6 A, the factor K is equivalent to 0.334 corresponding to 10 deg. From table 3b, we get the figure of 0.049 corresponding 45'. This is to the deducted from 0.334 to get the final value of K in case of Venus).

7yrs

4M

18 d.

Jupiter (217.3)

10 yrs

0M

27 d

Venus (116.7)

1 yr

2M

9d

Mercury (–58.2)

8 ys

9M

5d

The Mars is only one planet which is placed in Panphar houses from the Sun. As such next Dasa will be of Mars.

Graha Krama bala of Jupiter = 432.9 ´ 0.502 = 217.3

Mars

(Jupiter is away by 8º28’50", thus K = 0.534–0.032 =

19 yrs

10m

12d

In Apooklim houses form the Sun two planets, Moon and Saturn and the Ascendant are placed.Acendent will act as a planet..

0.502 -Table 6a & 6b). Graha Krama Bala of Mercury

Dasa Kram Bala

= 404.7 ´ (–) 0.144 = (–) 58.2

Ascendant = 404.0 ´ 1 = 404.0

(Mercury is more than 15º away from Mid-point of the house. Its factor K will become (–) negative. The values obtained from column 6a, will be added in the figure obtained from Table 6B. Thus the value of factor K will be –(0.134+0.010=

(Ascendant has K equivalent to one (1) as it is the mid point itself). Moon = 437.3 ´ 0.754 = 329.7 Saturn = 483.1 ´ 0.651 = 314.5

0.144)

Thus order of Dasa period in Apooklim houses from Sun will be as under.

Dasa Krama of planets in angular house from the Sun will be as under: Planets

Sun

Dasa Periods Chart 3 : Major Periods of Planets and Ascendant

Dasa Periods of

Dasa period

Upto the Age

Ending dates

of native

of dasa periods

planets Yrs

M days

Yrs

M days

1st Cycle 1

Sun

7

4

18

7

04

18

1944-9-11

2

Jupiter

10

0

27

17

05

15

1954-10-08

3

Venus

1

2

9

18

07

24

1955-12-17

8

9

5

27

04

29

1964-09-23

19

12

12

47

03

11

1984-10-05

6. Ascendant

6

0

9

53

03

20

1990-10-14

7. Moon

1

8

23

55

00

13

1992-07-07

8. Saturn

4

2

18

59

02

28

1996-09-25

7

4

18

66

07

16

2004-02-13

10. Jupiter

10

0

27

76

08

15

2014-03-10

11. Venus

1

2

9

77

10

24

2015-05-19

4. Mercury 5. Mars

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Ascendant (404.0)

6 yrs

0M

9 days

Moon

(329.7)

1 yr

8M

23 days

Saturn

(314.5)

4 yr

2M

15 days

Calculation of Antardasa periods

After ignoring common denominator of 12, the final ratio of sub-dasa periods shall be 12:4:3 = 19 of Major Dasa period of Jupiter: Sub-period of Jupiter = 10 yrs 0 M 27 days ´12 /19 = 6 yrs

4M

In Example horoscope, the calculations of AntarDasa’s in the major period of Mars and Jupiter are shown below as an example:

Sub-period of Moon = 10 yrs 0 M

A. Sub-periods in the Major period of Mars

Sub-period of Sun

= 2yrs

11 days 27 days ´4 /19

1M

14 days

= 10 yr 0 M

27 days ´3 /19

(1)

There is no planet with Mars except Rahu

(2)

Saturn is in Trine.

Chart : Sub-periods in the major period of Mars

(3)

There is no planet in seventh house except Ketu.

Antar

(4)

There is no planet in 4th and 8th houses from Mars.

Dasas Sub-period of native

As such sub-periods will be of the Mars and Saturn only and guided by the formula (refer to Sloka 3&4 of CH. VIII of B.J.) Mars being major dasa lord will contribute one unit of Antardasa period and Saturn will provide 1/3 unit of Dasa period Mars being in trine to Mars. 1/1: 1/3=3/3:1/3=3+1/3 i.e. 3 : 1=4 After ignoring the denominator the sub period will be in the Ratio of 3 : 1 Sub. Period of Mars will occur first will be of duration 19 yr 10 M 12d x 3 = 14 yr

10 m

24days

= 1yrs

7M

Duration of Upto the Age

2 days Up to the

Date (in A.D.)

Planets Yrs Mars

M days Yrs M days

14 10

Saturn

4

11

24

42 03

23

1979-8-17

18

47 03

11

1984-10-05

Chart : Sub-periods in the major period of Jupiter Antar

Duration of Upto the Age

Dasas Sub-period of native

Up to the

Date (in A.D.)

Planets Yrs

M days Yrs M days

Yrs

M days Yrs M days

Jupiter

6

4

11

72 11

27

2010-6-24

Moon

2

1

14

75

1

11

2012-8-8

B. Sub-periods in the Major period of Jupiter 10 yrs 0 m 27 days

Moon

1

7

2

76

8

13

2014-3-10

(1)

There is no planet with Jupiter.

(2)

Moon and ascendant are in 9th house from Jupiter. Moon is stronger than Ascendant (only shad bala is compared in the case of subperiods).

(3)

No planet in seventh house.

Mercury: (In first cycle-1955 to 1964 – commenced at the age of 18 years) :It is significator of education and Lord of Ascendant and 10th house. In Navamsa chart it is placed in Ninth house in sign Sagittarius. This sign controls the fourth house in birth chart. In Chalit, it moves to ninth house in birth chart.

(4)

In 4th house, there are three planets-Sun, Mercury and Venus. Sun is most strong.

4 Sub period of Saturn 4 ys

11 m

18 days

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Brief analysis of the some of the Major periods

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a provided every thing needed for sustenance of life in future. The placement of Mercury in 8th house has given many hindrances which the scribe was able to over come during the operation of this Dasa period. Mars: (In first cycle-1964 to 1984-commenced at the age of 27 years): It is lord of 3d and 8th house and placed in 3rd house with Rahu. It is in its own house and retrograde. In Navamsa, it is in Libra sign, thus it will give the result of 2nd house also which is in Libra in birth chart. In Navamsa, Mars is in angular houses, and exchange signs with Venus and is also aspected by both Venus and Jupiter. Mars is the lord of rising sign in Navamsa and placed in sixth house from powerful Moon. On Commencement of Mars Dasa, the native changed his job from Govt. deptt. to a trading organization. The scribe was entrusted with responsibility for executing contract on short and long term basis. On one hand, it had given a job stationary in nature; though full of short and long duration of touring responsibilities. Growth was constant and regular but sluggish in nature. The native had to fight his way sometimes for even smaller benefits. On negative side his father, grand mother, sister-in-law and brother-in-low expired in this period leaving a burden to marry four brothers and sisters. He also acquired and suffered from high blood pressure and developed heart problem.

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fopkj xks"Bh Review Review Jupiter: (In second cycle- 2004 to 2014 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; commences at the age of 66): It is in debility and also Marka and badhaka lord. Jupiter obtains Neech â&#x20AC;&#x201C;bhang Raja- yoga and exchanged signs with Saturn forming another raja-yoga. Jupiter Dasa will see lot of activity on the front of property, children and foreign travel. As Jupiter is placed in sign Aquarius in Navamsa chart, which is placed is sixth house in the birth chart, the general health of the native may further deteriorate. His elder sibling may pass away. The Jupiter being the lord of 7th house is not good for longevity. In second cycle the Jupiter will not provide new avenues of further progress but make the native dependent on past acquisitions and achievements. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS The results of Ansayurdaya are to be interpreted in the manner, that in the first cycle, the seed will sprout and will take the shape of a tree, either to give benefits or liabilities. In the second cycle, no seed will sprout as it has already sprouted and grown in a full tree during the operation of the first cycle. The benefits or disadvantages of the above tree will only accrue in the operation of the second cycle. The intelligent astrologer will be able to interpret the dasas in this manner. Varaha Mihra has given the results of these planetary dasas in chapter VIII of Brihat Jataka. This is the basic Dasa system and gives tremendous foresight to interpret the other Dasas based on Nakshatra or Signs.

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How Effective is Ashtakoot Milan in Matching Compatability? Dr. S.P. Gaur, Gurgaon Ashtakoot Milan or Melapak Table is the most popular astro system in North Indian for matching of horoscopes of the boy and the girl intending to marry. It is simple to understand and apply without assistance from any expert. In South India, a more comprehensive and complicated Dashakoot system is followed. Eight factors are considered in Ashtakoot namely 1. Varna 2. Vashya 3. Tara 4. Yoni 5. GrahaMaitri 6. Gana 7. Bhakoot and 8. Nadi. The weightage or Guna alloted to each factor is same as its serial number i.e 1 to 8 and totalling 36 as the maximum score. In this system only Rashi or Moon charts and birth Nakshatras of the partners are taken into account for assessing the compatability between them. No importance is attached to the lagna charts, strength of the 7th house, 7th lord and significator of marriage in birth or moon charts, Dashas prevailing, Navmansh chart, natural friendship between lagna or 7th lords in lagna and Navmansh charts strength of other relevent houses and yogas in the birth charts etc. At the best Manglik Dosha is considered and the prevailing popular formula is that a Manglik person be married to a Manglik and a non -Manglik to a nonManglik. The Guna score ought to be 18 plus that is 50% or more. Melapak Sarini is freely available in any Panchang or software of astrology. Any layman can read the Guna score and Manglik factor and take a decision on marital compatability without consulting any astrologer. Background of the Research Study In the last few decades, matching of horoscopes ofthe intending partners has been gaining increasing popularity. There are various reasons for that. Socioeconomic scenario has been changing fast. Female folk in our country are no more confined to the homes, completely engaged in tending to their children and be in whole time service to their husbands and the family. They are now going out of their homes like menfolk, doing service jobs of all kinds at par with men and earning equal income. Daily chores of home 26

are now joint responsibility of both. In cities women enjoy equal social and economic status. In rural hinerland also the changes can be easily noticed thengh the equality status has not come about. The fallout of this socio-economic equality is the rise of ego factor in mutual relationship Husband can no more dominate or ignore the wishes of his wife the result is ego clash, strifes, quarrels, breaking of relations separation and divorce. Year after year the situation has been deteriorating. Parents are scared. Even the young generation is scared, whether the marriage would be successful, enjoy able or a burden and a forced compromise which no one is sure. Four five decades ago, matching of horoscopes before marriage was limited nad confined to a small percentage of population but now the trand is piching up fast parties only parents were keen for prior matching of horoscopes, now the young and highly educated boys and girls are equally interested in astrological matching. Objective of the study and strategy We find that a majority of the general public as well as practicing astrologers are relying upon the Ashtakoot milan system to take a 'yes' or 'no' decision on a marriage proposal. The objective of the research study was to find out. a. Whether the Ashtakoot milan system is efficient and competent to judge compatability. b. Whether the Guna score is a good guide to determine happiness level in marital relations. c. Whether high score of Gunas gives a high quality of married life and a low score spoils the marriage. d. Whether points need to be added back in case of cancellation of 3 mahadoshas (Gana, Bhakoot, Nadi) for redistic score. e. Whether Guna milan is independently reliable without the need to study other relevent features of the horoscopes. With the above mentioned objectives in mind, I decided AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012


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a to have a realistic feed back from those couples who are already married. The only condition was that correct particulars about date of birth, time of birth and place of birth for both are partners should be available. Apart from data available with me, I also got help from my ex-students who are now practicing astrologers themselves. I was able to collect not only the particulars of 200 married couples but their feedback as well about the quality of their married life and major problems, if any, during the first 10 years of their marital life. Based upon the information collected, birth charts and compatability charts were prepared and analysed. My findings with regard to Manglik Dosha, Nadi, Bhakoot and Gana Doshas have already appeared in this research journal. In the present study my endeavour is to assess the utility of the Ashtakoot Milan system versus the actual quality of married life.

Below Average

-

5

7

2

14

Bad

-

3

5

3

11

Total

10

49

121

20

200

• From the compiled data, we find that 45 cases out of 70 under Excellent category fall under 18-27 bracket instead of 28-36 bracket, where only 9 such cases are recorded. • Again out 66 cases under Good category, a good majority of 39 cases fall under 18-27 bracket, while only 5 cases fall under 28-36 bracket. • 13 under Excellent and 18 under Good category have been reported under 10-17 bracket which should have contained majority of Below Average or Average category of cases. The following table will give a more clear picture where Excellent and Good category cases have been combined along with Bad and Below Average combined separately.

The Melapak score was divided into 4 segments namely 0-9, 10-17 and 28-36. The feedback about the quality of married life was divided into 5 groups namely Excellent, Good, Average, Below Average and Bad. It was assumed that Excellent and Good category feedback would indicate highly satisfactory happy married life. The last two categories namely Bad and Below Average would obviously indicate an unsatisfactory or unhappy married life. If Melapak score correctly indicates the health of married life then the parity between quality of marriage and Guna score ought to as follows:

Quality of Married Life Excellent Bad+Below Average +Good Average Bracket No. % No. % No. %

28-36 Guna Score

All Excellent and some Good

18-27 "

Majority of Good and some Average.

10-17 "

Some Avg. & majority of Below Avg.

0-09

All Bad and some below Average.

"

The Ashtakoot Milan tables available in Panchang astrology books and astro softwares do not take into account cancellation of any mahadoshas i.e. Gana, Bhakoot and Nadi and do not make provision to add back the Guna score deducted, if any of them was cancelled, as mentioned in classical muhurta Granthas. Hence I would call such tables as conventional melapak tables. Results of the study as per conventional Melapak Guna Score Quality of Married life

0-9 10-17 18-27 28-36 Total

Excellent

3

13

45

9

70

Good

4

18

39

5

66

Average

3

10

25

1

39

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Conventional Melapak Results Guna Score

28-36

14

10.30 5

20.00 1

2.56

18-27

84

61.76 12

48.00 25

64.10

10-17

31

22.79 8

32.00 10

25.64

0-9

7

5.15

-

-

3

7.70

Total

136

100

25

100

39

100

• One would expect that Excellent and Good marriages would be conccutrated largely in 28-36 Guna bracket but reality is that only 10.30% of them fall in this bracket. This is clearly against the spirit of Guna milan system. • On the otherhand 18-27 bracket contains 61.76% of Excellent and Good marriages. Even 10-17 Guna bracket accounts for 22.79% of happy marriages. • 80% of the Bad and Below Average or unhappy marriages are also concentrated in 10-17 (32%) and 18-27 (48%) brackets. • Similarly the Average marriages too are concentred in 18-27 (64.10%) and 10-17 (25.64%) brackets. Thus we find that the results as per the conventional Melapak Table do not conform to the actual state of married lives. The 18-27 Guna backet contains the maximum percentage of all kinds of marriages whether highly successful or highly unsuccessful or even average ones. We are inclined to conclude that 27


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Ashtakoot Guna Milan system as per the conventional Melapak Table given erroneous results contrary to the popular belief. Revised Melapak Table As already mentioned the conventional Malapak Table does not take into account cancellation of three Mahadoshas namely Nadi, Bhakoot and Gana Doshas. If any of them gets cancelled, its Gunas are not added back to the total. The basis for a revised Melapak is also repeatedly mentioned in our Muhurta Granthas. If the Rashi lords of the bride and bridegroom are mutual friends or if the same planet hapens to be Rashi lord of the both, then all kinds of Ashtakoot Doshas are destroyed including the three Mahadoshas. Some of such relevant shlokas are given hereunder :

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on mutual friendship of Rashi lords or same planet being Rashi lord in both the horoscopes, resulting into cancellation of all kinds of minor and major doshas.

,d jkf'k i`FkfD/k".;s·I;qÙkea if.kihMue~A ,df/k".;s i`Fkxzk"kkS] loSZDVks·fi e`R;qne~AA &ofl"B lafgrk The above shloka states that there is no cancellation of Nadi Dosha when same Nakshatra and same charan are involved. In that case Navmansha Rashis will also be same. The conventional Melapak tables or popular astro softwares for matching do not take into consideration the above mentioned cancellation factors for reasons best known to them. But this negligence has been causing lot of damage to the innocent public who are solely relying on the Melapak table in vogue for marriage compatability decisions. A rough guess is that 18 Gunas (i.e. 50%) would have crossed the passing marks limit and resulted into marriage allliance. Recompilation of Results The cancellation or parihar conditions as mentioned in the shlokas quoted above, clearly stipulate that all kinds of Doshas get nullified if the Rashi lords are mutual friends or both the partners have the same planet as Rashi lord. I recompiled the results and added back the full points of Gana, Bhakoot nad Nadi Doshas wherever the cancellation conditions were met. Other Doshas were not touched because in the conventional malapak also. There was provision to allow or deduct a part of the total Gunas alloted to each koot from varna to Graha maitri depending upon the severity of the dosha. Revised Melapak Results Guna Score Quality of Married life

0-9 10-17 18-27 28-36 Total

Excellent

2

4

16

48

70

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Good

3

5

14

44

66

Average

2

3

14

20

39

Below Average

-

3

7

4

14

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Bad

-

-

2

9

11

Total

7

15

53

125

200

All the above shlokas point out cancellation of various Doshas of Ashtakoot milan and particularly lay stress

• Now we find distinct changes compared to the results of conventional melapak. Out of 70 Excellent

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Conclusion

• Under 18-27 Guna bracket the Excellent cases have reduced from 45 to 16 and under Good category the number has reduced from 25 to 14.

• The conventional Melapak table gives erroneous results against the spirit of Ashtakoot Milan system. The basic reason for the faulty results is that there is no provision to add back the points alloted to Gana, Bhaikoot and Nadi koots when such doshas get cancelled.

• Similarly significant fall is noticed under 10-17 bracket for Excellent and Good categories, the reduction being from 13 to 4 and from 18 to 5 respectively. Under Average category however the 2836 bracket has the number increased from just 1 case to 20 cases now.

• The revised Melapak gives a far better picture close to the real life situation. The revised melapak is based upon the principle that all Doshas get nullified when the Rashi lords are mutual friends or same planet happens to be Rashi lord in the charts of both the bride and bridegroom.

The picture would be more clear from the following table where Excellent and Good categories are merged for successful marriages and Bad and Below Average categories merged together for unsuccessful marriages.

• Even the revised Melapak is not perfect because while highly successful marriages move to higher Guna brackets, simultaneously unsuccessful marriages also move to higher Guna brackets.

Revised Melapak Score Guna Score

Quality of Married Life Excellent Bad+Below Average +Good Average Bracket No. % No. % No. % 28-36

92

67.65 13

52.00 20

51.28

18-27

30

22.06 9

36.00 14

35.90

10-17

9

6.62

3

12.00 3

7.69

0-9

5

3.67

-

-

2

5.13

Total

136

100

25

100

39

100

• Under 28-36 Guna bracket, for Excellent and Good category marriages the percentage has gone up from just 10.30% in conventional Malapak to 67.25% in revised Melapak. • Under 18-27 bracket percentage of Excellent nad Good marriages stands reduced from 61.76% earlier to 22.06% now. • A similar trend is observed under 10-17 bracket, where the percentage of Excellent and Good marriage is reduced from 22.79% to 6.62%. The above pattern is in consonance with the spirit of Ashtakoot Milan system namely that the 28-36 bracket should contain the maximum or majority of highly successful marriages. But the same is not true for unsuccessful marriages contained in Bad and Below Average categories. Under 28-36 bracket such cases have increased from 5 to 13 and under 18-27 bracket such cases are reduced from 12 to 9. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

• My rough guess is that while the conventional melapak gives 40% realistic results, the revised melapak's accuracy goes up to 70%. Therefore there is an urgent need to revise the existing Melapak for the benefit of the general public as well as the practising astrologers. • Never the less only Ashtakoot Milan should not be the deciding factor for marriage compatability. It would give misleading results. We must give prime importance to analysis of horoscopes, Navamansh charts, 7th house, other related houses and planets for marital happiness as well as the current and forth coming Doshas, for holistic appraisal of marital compatability. A word of caution is necessary for the general public or laymen, who do not have even the basic knowledge of astrology. Guna Milan score alone is not at all reliable for marriage compatability. It is only one of the several factors to be looked into. Neither it is the most important factor. Melapak score is not a dependable substitute for a competent astrologer's advice. Finally I would like to appeal to the experts and advisors making softwares or Panchangs containing Melapak tables that immediate steps be taken to revise the marriage compatability tables. at least comprehensive studies can be initiated by serious students of astrology and renowned astrologers opinion can be sought on the results of such studies so that an ideal revised Melapak Table be prepared and popularised sooner than later. This would check the damage being caused to the public at large due to a faulty conventional Melapak table and uphold the good image of astrology. 29


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Astronomical Foundation of Horoscope Kalpana Tiwari Planets and cosmic energies have an effect on human beings and different aspects of human life. In Hindu religion these planetary influences and effect of cosmic energies are shown through the horoscope. Horoscope can be called a detailed layout of the planetary configurations and universal framework which is prepared on the basis of mathematical calculations. It is a simplified map of the Zodiac over a specific location on the Earth at a particular moment in time. Horoscope is the most important astrological concept which has a strong astronomical base. It can be said that astrology is entirely based on this astrological concept of horoscope. Everyone knows that Horoscope is prepared after certain mathematical calculations but it has a strong astronomical base also. Let us discuss in detail about these astronomical facts in detail. Celestial Sphere Celestial Sphere and the framework of different great circles in this sphere form astronomical base for the formation of horoscope. Celestial Sphere is the imaginary sphere which surrounds the Earth. Earth rotates on is axis within this Celestial Sphere but it appears as though the Celestial Sphere is rotating on the same axis as that of the Earth

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There are four great circles in the Celestial Sphere which are crucial in the formation of horoscope. These great circles are:Celestial Equator, Celestial Meridian Celestial Horizon Celestial Prime Meridian All these great circles divide the Celestial Sphere into two equal parts and centers of all these great circles align with the centre of the Celestial Sphere itself. The framework of these great circles from the viewpoint of the observer standing on the Celestial Horizon forms the astronomical base for the figure of the horoscope. In other words the diagram of the horoscope depicts the framework created by these great circles in the Celestial sphere. Various important points of the horoscope like ascendant, descendant, MC, IC etc are decided on the basis of the intersections of these great circles in the celestial sphere. As we are discussing the astronomical base of horoscope it is essential to mention here that in most of the applications geocentric perspective is followed. Geocentric means we observe the sky as it looks nor as it is. In this system the observer is the centre point inside the Celestial Sphere. Exactly above the head of the observer is Zenith and directly below his feet is Nadir. Both of these points are on the Celestial Sphere. Zenith and Nadir are the poles of the great circle Horizon on the celestial Sphere. Horizon divides Celestial Sphere into two equal parts visible half and invisible half. This is the platform where observer perceives while looking at Celestial phenomenon. Observer is located at the centre of the Horizon. This Horizon is very important reference level for the horoscope formation. Horizon represents the ascendant and descendant axis in the horoscope. Celestial bodies which are above this ascendant and descend axis are visible and celestial bodies which are below this axis are invisible at the time of birth. On the vertical line we get orientation of Zenith and AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012


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a Nadir. All points at the horizon are 90 degree from Zenith. Celestial Meridian is the great circle which is drawn around the Celestial Sphere from the North point via Zenith, South point and Nadir. It divides the Celestial Sphere into Eastern and Western hemisphere and forms the base for Meridian axis in the horoscope. All Celestial bodies in the Western hemisphere are descending and all celestial bodies at the Eastern hemisphere are ascending. The vertical great circle results from joining the East point, Zenith, West point and Nadir which is usually not shown in the horoscope. Celestial Meridian intersects with horizon at north and south points. Celestial Equator intersects with Horizon at East and South points. Celestial Equator is the extension of the Equator of the Earth onto the Celestial Sphere. Celestial Equator intersects the East and West points of the Horizon. The intersection of Celestial Equator and Celestial Meridian is down from Zenith by an angle equal to the latitude of the place. If the observer is at the on earth’s Equator the Celestial Equator will always be over head on the Zenith. It divides the Celestial Sphere into Northern and Southern hemisphere. All the stars and planets rotate in the path parallel to the Celestial Equator. The celestial Equator intercepts the Horizon at the points directly East and West anywhere on the Earth. Celestial Prime Meridian is the Meridian which joins North Celestial Pole and South Celestial Pole.

Celestial equator intersecting at the eastern and western horizon. The circle of Meridian and the circle of Horizon are at the right angle to each other and they form four quadrants. These four quadrants are further divided into 12 cusps and thus we get 12 houses. These two circles form base of the horoscope. The circle of Meridian and circle of Horizon are at the right angle to each other and they form four quadrants. These four quadrants are further divided into three cusps and thus we get twelve houses. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

The circle of Celestial Meridian and the circle of Horizon form right angle to each. Eclipic The Ecliptic is the apparent path of the Sun on the Celestial sphere as seen from the Earth’s center. The Ecliptic is another great circle in the Celestial Sphere which intersects with the Horizon and Meridian of the observer. The obliquity of the Ecliptic varies in relations to Horizon plane depending on the position of the observer on the Earth. These intersections form base for the formation of the horoscope as they constitute four cardinal points of the house system. The intersection of the Ecliptic and the Horizon constitutes ascendant and descant The intersection of Ecliptic and the Celestial Meridian make up the Medium Coeli and Inum coeli. Ascendant , descendant ,MC and IC are the four points which joins the equal armed cross to their enclosing circle. These four points shows how the energies of the stars, planets and the Sun are integrated into the Earth’s own planetary energy through the cardinal compass point. These four points of the horoscope signifies four cardinal directions which is considered very auspicious and is the four junctions of time. They have natural correspondence with the division of the day marked by dawn, noon sunset and midnight respectively, with the four seasons of the year and also with the four points of the compass. Ascendant is the Eastern point of the Horizon and it the gateway for life energies coming from the Zodiacal belt of the star system. Four cardinal points or angles as they are termed are the most important points in the horoscope. They have a natural correspondence with the division of the day marked by dawn, noon, sunset and midnight 31


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a and Celestial Sphere in the left hand side. O degree Aries= intersection of Celestial equator, Ecliptic and Celestial Sphere at the Eastern Horizon. 0 degree Libra = intersection of Celestial Equator, Ecliptic and Celestial Sphere at the Western Horizon. Asc = intersection point of Ecliptic and Horizon on the Eastern Horizon Des = intersection point of Ecliptic and Horizon on the Western Horizon MC = intersection of Ecliptic and Meridian at the South of Horizon IC = intersection of Ecliptic and Meridian at the North of Horizon. Nadir, Zenith = poles of Celestial Horizon.

Ecliptic intersecting Horizon and Celestial Meridian. Thus all these above mentioned great circles make a framework in the celestial Sphere and intersect with each other. Centre of these all great circles coincide with the centre of the Celestial Sphere. This framework and intersection points are the base for the formation of horoscope. These great circles intersect at the eight points with the Celestial Sphere and these eight points are very crucial points in the diagram of the horoscope.

Prime Vertical= joining East, Zenith, West and Nadir on the Horizon Prime Meridian = Joining 0 degree Aries, North Celestial pole, 0 degree Libra and South Celestial pole. The four cardinal directions East, South, West and South are signified by grand cross + which is considered very auspicious. This + also indicates four junctions of time. They form four Kendras, the four pillars of the energies of the horoscope. These Four cardinal points or angles as they are termed are the most important points in the horoscope. They have a natural correspondence with the division of the day marked by dawn, noon, sunset and midnight respectively, with the four seasons of the year and also with the four points of the compass The four corners which form Kona represent the intersections points of Celestial Equator and Prime Peridian with Celestial Sphere. Together they form fallen cross.

Framework which is base for horoscope formation E = intersection point of Celestial Equator, Horizon and Celestial Sphere at Eastern Horizon W = intersection point of Celestial Equator, Horizon and Celestial Sphere at Western Horizon. S = intersection point of Horizon, Celestial Meridian and Celestial Sphere in the right hand side. N = intersection point of Horizon, Celestial Meridian 32

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The Zodiac In the diagram mentioned below the Zodiac is depicted on its own. The beginning of it is first point Aries which is on the left hand side and the signs follow each other around the circle anti clockwise. The Zodiac rotates around the observer on the Earth making one full circle in 24 hours. Thus the signs follow each other in the zodiac anticlockwise but the Zodiac is moves clockwise making full circle in 24 hours. Planets also move along with the zodiac. At any moment of time each planet is situated somewhere in some degree of Zodiac. The line of the Horizon is very important element of the horoscope. Let us add this line of Horizon in the circle of Zodiac. The point where Zodiac intersects Horizon at Eastern Horizon is ascendant. This is the poi nt where the planets are ascending if we imagine that the Zodiac moving is clockwise while the Horizon stays where it is. Right end side of the Zodiac is West this is where the planets are descending. Descendant is the point where the Ecliptic is crossing the Horizon at the Western Horizon. Sun is shown in the picture above the Horizon quite high in the sky which is the middle of the day. Similarly we can put the remaining nine planets into their appropriate positions in the Zodiac. The visible hemisphere of the Zodiac is divided into six equal parts by semi circles passing through the North and South point of the Horizon the lower hemisphere is similarly divided into six equal parts thus making 12 divisions of the Zodiac. Imagine this portion of the Zodiac is like a rainbow, which is obliquely across the sky from East to West. We can clearly see that this rainbow will cut through the circle indicating the division of houses at certain points. Thus we can clearly mark out signs and degrees of the Zodiac on the cusp of any of six visible houses while the opposite degree of the Zodiac would indicate the degree on the cusps of the opposite invisible houses. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012

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Vastu for Energizing a Home Pt. Gopal Sharma, Delhi

It is necessary to allow the positive energies to flow freely in your home in order to attain health, wellbeing and happiness. Your home should be a place that radiates positive energy, love, and warmth. With the uncertainty of the economy and stress of life it’s nice to return to a place that welcomes & helps you in maintaining a positive attitude. The prevention of the positive energy flow exacerbates the illness or stress and so it becomes a downward spiral that is difficult to escape from. How do you feel when you walk into anyone’s home? Well if you are alert you can most often sense if it is a happy home or a sad home. What you are actually sensing is the invisible energy that flows through the environment via buildings and even through the human body. All of us generate energy which may feel “positive” or “negative’. Homes with a strong invigorating energy usually belong to strong, successful people. On the other hand, homes that exude a defeated or tired look usually belong to the exhausted people. More often the office or the place of dwelling would mirror and reflect the motivations, taste, attitude and well being of the residents. A building can be friendly to its inhabitants or unfriendly, depending on how it is constructed and maintained. We live in, and are surrounded by, various types of energy fields which operate freely in open space. When we place a structure in our establishment, the equilibrium is affected. Vaastu helps in so designing the structure that it ensures a harmonious flow of energy in the building and restoration of that equilibrium. Vaastu is not just about building structures, which are supposed to usher in “luck”; it is a lot more than that. It is the art of spacing, positioning, planning and orienting not just the structure but even the furnishings to offer greater support to the occupants. In short, it is the study of the energy around the occupants, its cause and effect and the effect of the immediate surroundings or environment. 34

In simple terms, Vaastu is the reflection of love and affection between the occupants and their abode. The “Swastik” and “Om” represent the flow of auspicious energy. It creates an opportunity for the proper development of the mind, body and soul which in turn generates positive thoughts for all round development. Similarly, Vaastu science harmonizes the Universal cosmic energy for the benefit of mankind and most importantly the well documented and logical tenets ensure that all buildings and structures are in harmony with the nature and the immediate environment. There are many types of Vaastu imbalances in a place of dwelling as we are subjected to many kinds of energy fields like, solar energy fields due to movement of sun, geo- magnetic fields due to the magnetic field interaction and rotation of the earth, thermal imbalance due to temperature rise etc. When left unchecked these thermal imbalances impede the smooth flow of energy in and around the place of dwelling. The art of restoring the imbalance or equalizing the thermal difference and provide a harmonious place of dwelling is the key to Good Vaastu. Some of the general guidelines to counter thermal imbalance in a place of dwelling are:-

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Keep the main entrance of your home clean and tidy. Do not keep shoes and sleepers scattered at your entrance. Sweep and mop this place daily. You can also draw ‘rangoli / kolam’ at the entrance of your home.

Your main door should open and close smoothly without making any crackling noise.

Mop the floor with rock salt mixed in water periodically.

Always keep your fridge stacked with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Never live in a house which has the main entrance door and the back door exact opposite to each other.

Do not leave your bathroom and toilet doors open after use.

Avoid growing tall plants in the North / Northeast direction.

If any of your tap is leaking, get it fixed immediately.

Do not keep television, computer and mirrors in the bedroom; you may lead a life filled with stress.

Do not keep clocks or watches which are not working, either get them repaired immediately or thrash them away.

Dust at home, means dust in relationships. So, please try to keep your house clean.

Never sleep with your head in the North.

Never sleep beneath a column.

Keep the corners of your room neat and tidy.

Keep a light glowing at the main entrance during night to attract wealth.

Avoid having furniture with sharp edges, Tables and chairs having curved and smoothened edges should be preferred.

Your house should enjoy maximum sunlight, so do not keep your windows closed during daytime. Let the sunlight sweep in and energize your home.

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Check in for the clutter – ranging from clothes to old newspapers. Do not keep anything at home unused for long time. Dispose them off as soon as possible.

A river, pond or swimming pool is ideal in the Northeast corner of your house.

Do not keep your water filter close to the cooking gas range. Similarly, avoid the fire much closer to the sink.

Do not keep brooms, mops, shoe racks in the East direction, if you are forced to keep it there (due to space crunch!), make a closet with air ventilation and keep it inside neatly arranged. Open and clean it often.

A toilet in the Northeast direction hampers the growth of children & results into loss of opportunities with mental unrest.

Do not keep any water body like water filter, water jug, swimming pool, storage tank etc. in the Southeast or South or Southwest directions.

Grow plants in East & Southeast directions.

Do not hang pictures of a single woman on the walls in the room of a marriageable girl.

A Southwest or South Bedroom brings in more positive energy than bed-room located in any other direction.

Do not keep your bed sticking to any wall in a bedroom.

A bed should not have any storing cabins beneath it!

Wall clocks should have bright colors and if they have chiming tones do see to it that it is melodious. They should be placed on Northeast, North or East walls.

Your commode should be in the North-South or South-North direction. It should never be in EastWest or West-East direction.

Northeast, East, West, North or Northwest directions are ideal for Pooja Room.

Artificial flowers kept in vases should be dust free and clean.

Grow a Tulsi Plant in Northeast or East or North or West directions.

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Psychology Problems & the Role of 4th House in Horoscope Punit Vohra, Mumbai

The Fourth House shows your home and how you tend to act there. It also shows relationship with the parent of lesser influence, usually the father, the first few years of your life and paradoxically, the last years of your life, what we become as we get older. The fourth house of your horoscope governs areas related to home, family and property. Your roots, family background, childhood, inner emotions, immovable possessions, domestic life, the end of life and endings in general are covered by this house. Psychological foundations and conditioning are also found in the 4th house. There is some controversy as to whether this house covers the Father or the Mother. One might say that the parent with the most influence is covered by this house. In my practice, the Mother is found in the fourth house and the Father in the tenth house. Given that females are ruled by the moon in your chart and the moon is the natural ruler of the fourth house, I use the fourth house as a significant factor of the mother. This house also covers the one that nurtures, which is primarily the mother. The 4th house cusp is formed in your chart by the IC, the Imum Coeli. This is the lowest point of the chart, the nadir, on the zodiac wheel. This is why it is described as being our roots, our foundation of life. This point is directly opposite the Midheaven (MC) or the tenth house. Cancer is the sign that governs the 4th house in the natural zodiac. Unhappy feelings are a lot like weeds. Neglect to take them up by the roots and they'll just grow back again. Yet who probes willingly into the soil where emotions grow? Finding the roots of feeling can be hard. You might learn this under the gray skies of a Saturn/Moon transit. If you're like most people, you'll try to ignore your depression. You'll put on a happy face for loved ones. You'll pretend to be caring, cool36

headed or commanding at work. You'll send energy to your 1st house image, your 7th house partner, or your 10th house career. But eventually, inexorably, you'll fall. And the 4th house is where you'll land. The 4th is where we go when we collapse. It rules home and family, ancestors and homeland. It provides a literal retreat. Push ourselves too hard and we'll likely end up at home, sick in bed. Suf fer a devastating loss and we may knock on the door of a family member and ask to be taken in. But the 4th is just as much a retreat of the imagination. It is our psychic hearth. It holds the memories that both comfort and haunt us. As the base of our chart, it represents both the ground and mystery of our being. If we lean over the chasm of the 4th, we'll find, as the poet Rilke wrote, â&#x20AC;&#x153;something dark and like a web, where a hundred roots are silently drinking.â&#x20AC;? The 4th house in any birth chart has various significations such as house, vehicles, peace of mind, mother etc. Generally most astrologers look at the 4th house with a view to deciphering whether the native will be blessed with comforts and vehicles. A significant aspect of 4th house is attributable to mental peace and inner purity. Generally 6th lord in 4 goes under the name "Kapata Yoga" or yoga for becoming a thief. It generally refers to lack of cohesion in thought, word and deed. Malefics in 4 or aspecting the 4th house make a person deceitful in all dealings and this in turn deprives the native of peace of mind. Mental stress is caused if the 4th house is aspected by malefics. In medical astrology malefics in 4 can lead to cardiac problems. Mars is "Bhoomi Karaka", if Mars is afflicted in the 4th, one will be bereft of happiness and also property related dealings will suffer. To understand the full features of 4th house we need to look at Moon, Mars and Mercury. Moon is the karaka for mother. So Moon and the 4th lord both AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Apr.-Jun. 2012


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afflicted lead to deprivation of maternal happiness. The greatest source of joy and comfort in this world is a loving mother. There is a saying that when a person is born, God also designates a "Guardian Angel" to look after that person. We know that a loving mother is the physical equivalent of that Guardian Angel. When Moon is afflicted, one's mother will not be of any help to the native. So that could be one causative factor for mental anguish. "Insanity or madness will not be present unless the Moon and Mercury are involved in heavy afflictions". This is because Moon rules the mind and Mercury rules certain emotions like sense of humour. To conclude, one will be blessed with peace of mind, happiness and comforts if the 4th house and 4th lord are free of any blamish of any sort. Benefics such as Jupiter or Venus aspecting the 4th house would also give a person, cheerfulness, joy and enthusiasm.Today most doctors all over the world assess a person's state of mind before writing out a prescription.Stress is now considered as a serious causative factor in many psychosomatic disorders.So all afflictions to the 4th need to be reckoned before diagnosis of such disorders is made. REMEDIAL MEASURES To treat often mental problems moon stone along wit h panch mukhi rudraksha and yellow saffire are used for healing. Silver made Chandra yantra is given to wear it in neck.

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vkidh lk<+slkrh 'kq: gks xbZ gS] blfy, ;s vlaHkkfor ?kVuk,sa ?kV jgh gSA tUedqM a yh ns[kus okys iafMrksa ds mijksDr okD; gj O;fDr dks vius 70&80 o"kZ ds thou dky esa 2&3 ckj lquus dks feyrs gSaA ,d lk<+slkrh lekIr gksus ds yxHkx lk<+s 22 o"kZ ckn nwljh lk<+slkrh 'kq: gks tkrh gSA ,sls oDr ij iafMrksa] rkaf=dksa vkSj T;ksfrf"k;ksa dks ;kn fd;k tkrk gS vkSj fQj iwtk&ikB] vuq"Bku] jRu /kkj.k rFkk 'kfunso dh 'kkafr dk nkSj py fudyrk gSA tks dqN lk<+slkrh ds nkSjku xqtjrk gS] mldh vk/kkjf'kyk dk f'kykU;kl rks lk<+slkrh 'kq: gksus ds yxHkx <kbZ o"kZ iwoZ gh gks tkrk gSA panz jkf'k ls X;kjgosa LFkku dk 'kfu dk xkspj tkrd ds fy, vuqdy w ifjfLFkfr;ksa dks tUe ns nsrk gS vkSj ;fn bu <kbZ o"kks± ds nkSjku xq# vkSj jkgq dk vuqdy w xkspj Hkh leFkZu nsrk gks rks tkrd dh ikS&ckjg gks tkrh gS] Hkys gh tkrd dh tUedqaMyh ,d vPNs pfj= dks bafxr djrh gks vFkok ,d vkijkf/kd izo`fÙk dhA pfj=oku O;fDr rks ,d lEekuuh; lksiku ij p<+rk tkrk gS vkSj vkijkf/kd izo`fÙk dk O;fDr vkijkf/kd lQyrkvksa ds dhfrZeku LFkkfir djus dh vksj vxzlj gksus yxrk gSA 'kfu ,d ikih vkSj Øwj xzg gS] tks ,d vksj rks egRokdka{kk] usr`Ro] lkgl vkSj fuHkZ;rk dk dkjd gS] ogha mnaMrk] ew[kZrk] rkuk'kkgh] vgadkj] vijk/k] nq?kZVuk] fujk'kk] volkn o fo"kkn dk iz.ksrk Hkh gSA 'kfu dk panz jkf'k ls X;kjgosa LFkku dk lapkj egRokdka{kkvksa vkSj fuHkZ;rk dks nsrk gS] pkgs og egRokdka{kk ln~dk;ks± ds fy, gks vFkok xyr dk;ks± ds fy,A tUedqaMyh esa fo'ks"kdj 'kfu o vU; xzgksa ds cykoy rFkk egkn'kk dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj tkrd viuh egRokdka{kkvksa dh iwfrZ esa lk/kkj.k vFkok vlkèkkj.k lQyrk izkIr djrk gSA okLrfodrk rks ;g gS fd 'kfunso bl xkspj ds nkSjku tks dqN nsrs gS]a lk<+l s krh ds nkSjku mls Nhuus ds fy, iz;Ru'khy gks tkrs gSaA 'kfunso dh bl dk;Z fof/k dk ,d mYys[kuh; o`rkar 40

izLrqr d:axk & o"kZ 1969 ds izkjaHk esa 'kfu us viuh uhp jkf'k ^es"k* esa izo's k fd;k FkkA 'kfunso pwfa d yksgs ds dkjd ekus tkrs gSa] buds es"k jkf'k esa izos'k djrs gh ,dk,d yksgs vkSj bLikr dh ekax esa ,d tcnZLr mNky vk x;kA dkj.k Fkk] Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk dqN ifj;kstukvksa dh ?kks"k.kk ftuesa yksgs vkSj bLikr dk izeq[k ;ksxnku FkkA blls iwoZ ykSg vkSj bLikr m|ksx ,d tcnZLr eanh ds nkSj ls xqtj jgk FkkA ns[krs gh ns[krs ekax vkSj iwfrZ esa Hkkjh varj gksus ds dkj.k yksgs ds mRiknuksa esa lkB ls lkS izfr'kr rd dh ewY; o`f) gks xbZA eSa mu fnuksa bLikr ds mRiknu ls tqMk+ gqvk FkkA 1970 ds var esa esjh eqykdkr esjs ,d laca/kh ds pkpkth ls gqbZ tks feFkqu jkf'k ds tkrd Fks vkSj 'kfunso dh egkÑik dk lq[k ¼X;kjgosa 'kfu ds dkj.k½ Hkksx jgs FksA os ykSg vkSj bLikr LØSi ds laxzgdrkZ vkSj foØsrk FksA 1968 ds var rd LØSi dh leqfpr ekax u gksus ds dkj.k os la?k"kZ'khy FksA ekpZ 1969 ds ckn ,dk,d LØSi ds nke yxHkx nqxqus gks x,A bUgksua s vius laxzfgr eky dh fcØh ls] tks tax [kk jgk Fkk] vPNk /kuktZu fd;k] lkFk gh pwfa d os bl /ka/ks esa Fks] mUgksua s lLrs nkeksa esa LØSi Ø;&foØ; ls vius okjs&U;kjs dj fy,A vftZr /ku ls bUgksaus [ksrksa esa flapkbZ ds fy, iz;qDr fd, tkus okys Mhty iaiksa dh ,tsalh Hkh ys yhA 1970 esa de o"kkZ gksus ds dkj.k iaiksa dh vPNh ekax gqbZ] budh egRokdka{kk vkSj Hkh mNky ykus yxh vkSj 1971 dh xfeZ;ksa ds fy, bUgksua s cSad ls _.k ysdj Mhty iaiksa dk vPNk [kklk LVkWd tek dj fy;k] lkFk gh ,d cQZ[kkus dh LFkkiuk Hkh dj yhA ckr 1970 ds var dh gS tc bUgksaus viuh vgadkj tfur Hkk"kk esa eq> ls vius Hkfo"; dh T;ksfr"kh; tkudkjh pkghA pwafd vizSy 1971 esa 'kfu dk lapkj o`"k jkf'k esa gksus okyk Fkk] tc mudh lk<+slkrh 'kq: gksus okyh Fkh] eSaus mudh dqM a yh o gLrjs[kk ns[kdj dsoy bruk gh dgk fd vkxs dk le; vkids vuqdwy ugha jgsxkA blfy, os viuh foLrkj AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


a ;kstukvksa dks fojke ns nsaA bruk lqurs gh ;s 60 o"khZ; lTtu cqjh rjg fcxM+ x, vkSj cksys rqEgsa T;ksfr"kh fdlus cuk fn;k \ eSa rks ;fn feêh dks gkFk yxk nwa rks og Hkh lksuk cu tkrh gSA 'kk;n ;g ckr os Lo;a ugha cksy jgs Fks] cfYd mudk es"kLFk 'kfu izfs jr dj jgk FkkA tks budh dqaMyh esa Hkh X;kjgosa Hkko ¼es"k jkf'k½ esa fLFkr FkkA mu fnuksa eq>s T;ksfr"k dks gkWch ds :i esa 'kq: fd, dqN gh o"kZ gq, Fks] blfy, eSa mUgsa dksbZ vf/kdkjiw.kZ mÙkj ugha ns ik;kA lkspk fd 'kk;n buds ikl 'kfunso dks ijkLr djus ds fy, dksbZ czãkL= gksxkA vc gqvk ;g fd vizSy 1971 esa 'kfu us o`"k jkf'k esa izos'k fd;k tcfd xq#nso Hkh mudh jkf'k ls NBs LFkku ¼o`f'pd jkf'k½ esa lapfjr Fks vkSj buds nqHkkZX; ls muds izns'k dks o`f"Bnso us le; ls iwoZ gh r`Ir dj fn;k] fygktk u rks fdlkuksa dks iaiksa dh vko';drk gqbZ vkSj u gh BaMs ekSle ds dkj.k tulk/kkj.k dks cQZ dhA iaiksa vkSj cQZ dh U;wu fcØh gksus ds dkj.k bUgsa cSadksa dk C;kt vkSj fd'rsa pqdkuk nwHkj gks x;kA bl v{kerk ds dkj.k cSadksa us buds cQZ[kkus vkSj eky laifÙk dk vf/kxzg.k dj fy;k vkSj os fnokfy;k gks x,A lkjs dke /ka/ks Bi gks tkus ls buds ifjokj esa [kkus ihus ds Hkh ykys iM+ x,A eq>s /;ku gS fd muds /ka/ks esa 'kkfey buds ,d iq= Hkh o`"k jkf'k esa gksus ds dkj.k lk<+slkrh dh pisV esa FksA ;s lTtu O;kikj esa gq, tcnZLr ?kkVs dk lnek ugha >sy ik, vkSj fnoaxr gks x,A mudh egRokdka{kk vkSj vgadkj dks 'kfunso bl Hk;adj rjhds ls pwj&pwj dj nsaxs] bldh vk'kadk eq>s Hkh ugha FkhA mudk ^lksuk* dSls ^feêh* cu x;kA nwljk o`rkar 1998 ds izkjaHk dk gSA esjs ,d bathuh;j fe= tks ehu jkf'k ds tkrd Fks] eq>ls lykg ysus vk;k djrs Fks] D;ksafd os lk<+slkrh dh pisV esa Fks vkSj vkfFkZd dfBukbZ;ksa ls tw> jgs FksA lk<+slkrh 'kq: gksus ls iwoZ edj ds 'kfu esa os ,d izfrf"Br daiuh esa eq[; vfHk;ark ds in ij igqap x, FksA mUgsa yxk fd viuh rduhdh tkudkjh rFkk dk;Z dq'kyrk ds cy ij os Lo;a gh mlh mRiknu ds fy, QSDVjh yxk dj cgqr /ku dek ysaxs] fygktk os ukSdjh NksMd + j viuh tek iwt a h yxkdj rFkk cSd a ls _.k ysdj viuk y?kq m|ksx LFkkfir djus esa tqV x,A rc rd mudh lk<+slkrh 'kq: gks xbZ Fkh vkSj 'kfunso dks Hkh vkf[kj viuh dkjxqtkjh djuh gh FkhA O;olkf;d vuqHko u gksus ds dkj.k ,d u, m|ksx dks [kM+k djus vkSj foØ; fodflr djus esa le; yx x;k vkSj bUgsa vkfFkZd ladV dk lkeuk djuk iM+k dsoy rduhdh tkudkjh gh csM+k AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk Review ikj ugha yxk ldhA blh chp os vius ,d fudV lacaèkh dh dqaMyh ysdj vk,] tks Hkkjrh; lsuk esa ,d mPp in ¼duZy½ ij rSukr Fks vkSj mUgsa lsuk ds fy, lkeku [kjhnus dh ftEesnkjh feyh gqbZ FkhA dqM a yh ns[kdj eq>s yxk fd os csbeZ kuh dks ;fn volj feys] rks vaxhdkj dj ldrs gSAa tc eSaus vius fe= dks ;g vk'kadk trkbZ rks mUgksaus Lohdkj fd;k fd os duZy lkgc fj'orksa ds tksj ij [kwc /kuktZu dj jgs gSAa pwafd os o`"k jkf'k ds tkrd Fks x;kjgosa LFkku ds ehuLFk 'kfu dh Ñik dk Hkjiwj ykHk mBk jgs FksA blh o"kZ ¼1998½ ds vizSy ekg esa 'kfu dk es"k jkf'k esa izo's k fu/kkZfjr Fkk rFkk xq#nso Hkh vuqdwy fLFkfr esa ugha Fks] eSaus mUgsa lykg nh fd os bu duZy lkgc dks le>k,a fd os bl izdkj ds xyr /kuktZu dh izo`fÙk ij vadq'k yxk,sa D;ksfa d vkxs le; [kjkc gSA mUgksaus tc ;g ckr duZy lkgc dh /keZiRuh dks crkbZ rks os cqjh rjg fcxM+ xbZ vkSj cksyha fd bu ^uhe gdhe T;ksfr"kh* dks crkrs fd esjs ifr dk dksbZ dqN Hkh ugha fcxkM+ ldrk gS D;ksafd mudk vius dk;Z {ks= esa tcnZLr :rck gSA vizSy ekg Hkh vk x;k vkSj ,d fnu os esjs fe= ds lkFk yxHkx jksrh gqbZ vkb± vkSj crk;k fd muds ifr dks ukSdjh ls fuyafcr dj fn;k x;k gS vkSj mUgsa fxj¶rkj dj fy;k gSA iwNus yxha fd vc D;k gksxkA eSaus mUgsa crk;k fd pwafd mudh lk<+slkrh 'kq: gks pqdh gS] muds fy, ml tatky ls NqVdkjk feyuk dfBu gSA gka] dqN le; ckn ehu jkf'k esa xq# ds izos'k ds dkj.k mUgsa tekur rks laHkkfor gS fdarq dsl yack f[kapsxk vkSj blh chp 'kk;n mudh lsok fuo`fÙk dk le; Hkh vk tk,] blfy, mudh iqufuZ;qfDr dh vk'kk u djsaA mijksDr o`rkarksa ls ;g rks fl) gksrk gh gS fd 'kfu iznÙk egRokdka{kk vkSj vgadkj dks Lo;a 'kfu nso gh pwj&pwj dj nsrs gSaA vkf[kj 'kfu nso gh bl dgkor dks pfjrkFkZ dj nsrs gSa & "Pride Goeth Before A Fall" 'kfunso dh dk;Zfof/k ds lanHkZ esa eSa ,d vkSj n`"Vkar izLrqr d:axkA ckr 1992&93 dh gSA mu fnuksa eSa lmnh vjc esa ,d cM+s izkstsDV dks funsZf'kr dj jgk Fkk vkSj Hkkjr vkuk tkuk yxrk jgrk FkkA ,d vkdfLed eqykdkr esa t;iqj ds ,d ;qok O;kikjh us viuh dqaMyh eq>s fn[kkbZA os ghjs tokgjkr ds O;olk; esa lQyrk ds lksiku ij p<+s tk jgs Fks] D;ksafd mudh ehu jkf'k esa X;kjgosa LFkku ij lapfjr edjLFk 'kfunso mu ij Ñikyq FksA pwfa d ekpZ 1993 esa 'kfunso dqaHk jkf'k esa izfo"V gksdj mudh lk<+slkrh dh 'kq:vkr dj jgs Fks] eSaus mUgsa lykg nh fd os /ku laca/kh ekeyksa esa lko/kkuh cjrsa vkSj fo'oLr deZpkfj;ksa ij Hkh 41


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leh{kk iw.kZ fo'okl u djds] mUgsa Hkh 'kd ds nk;js esa j[ksa] D;ksfa d ghjs&tokgjkr ds /ka/ks esa lc dqN fo'okl ij gh vk/kkfjr gksrk gSA esjk vuqHko gS fdlh Hkh O;fDr ij T;ksfr"kh; psrkouh dk dksbZ fo'ks"k vlj ugha gksrk gS] D;ksafd 'kfunso dks rks viuk dk;Z djuk gh gksrk gSA cgjgky tc eSa lmnh vjc esa Fkk rks bu ;qok O;kikjh us fdlh izdkj ls esjk VsyhQksu uacj Kkr djds eq>ls laidZ fd;k vkSj crk;k fd mudk O;olkf;d lk>hnkj gh 32 yk[k :i;ksa ds ghjs ysdj usiky Hkkx x;k gS] vc D;k gksxk \ 90 ds n'kd esa ;g jkf'k cgqr vge FkhA ;fn lk>hnkj us gh / kks[kk ns fn;k rks 'kfunso dks nks"k nsus ds vfrfjDr fd;k Hkh D;k tk,\ pwafd ;g ?kVuk 1993 ds var esa gqbZ Fkh tc xq#nso rqyk jkf'k esa mudh jkf'k ls v"Ve LFkku ij lapkj dj jgs Fks] eSaus mUgsa crk;k fd vc ghjs feyus dh vk'kk R;kx nsa] D;ksfa d ml le; xq# vkSj 'kfu nksuksa gh mUgsa èku gkfu ds dwi esa Qsad jgs FksA oSls Hkh ghjs tgokgjkr ds èkaèks esa dksbZ fyf[kr fglkc fdrkc rks gksrk gh ugha gS] fygktk dksVZ esa Hkh tk ugha ldrs vkSj iqfyl esa blfy, fjiksVZ ugha dj ldrs fd mlls vk;dj ds tatky esa Qal ldrs gSaA gka vk;dj pksjh dh ltk nsus ds fy, Lo;a 'kfunso gh naMuk;d cu cSBAs blds ckn mUgksaus eq>ls laidZ ugha fd;kA okLrfodrk rks ;g gS fd panz jkf'k ls X;kjgosa LFkku ij Hkze.k djrs gq, 'kfunso tkrd dh egRokdka{kkvksa ¼lgh ;k xyr½ dks izkIr djus esa iw.kZ lgk;d gksrs gSaA bl nkSjku ;fn xq# Hkh vuqdwy gks tk,a rks fQj ukSdjh ;k O;olk; dk Jhx.ks'k] pkyw dk;ks± esa lQyrk o ykHk] izksUufr] /ku izkfIr vkfn visf{kr gksrs gSaA tkrd dh egRokdka{kk,sa vkdk'k dks Nwus yxrh gS vkSj tUedqaMyh esa 'kfu] eaxy tSls Øwj xzgksa dh fLFkfr ds vuqlkj tUe gksrk gS vgadkj dk ftlds olhHkwr gksdj tkrd vius dk;Z{ks= dk foLrkj djus ds fy, mrk: gks tkrk gS ftlesa 'kfunso tkrd dh ;FkklaHko lgk;rk djrs gSaA ijarq tSls gh tkrd dh lk<+l s krh 'kq: gksrh gS 'kfunso Lo;a gh tkrd ds 'k=q gks tkrs gSaA xq# ds vuqdwy lapkj esa rks 'kfunso vo'; ladksp djrs gSa] fdarq izfrdwy xkspj esa vius ok.k pyk gh nsrs gSaA 'kfunso mudks Hkh ugha NksMr+ s gSa tks viuh izfr ;k bZekunkjh vkSj esgur ds cy ij lQyrk ds mPpre f'k[kj ij igqp a tkrs gSAa izfl) vfHkusrk vferkHk cPpu ds lkFk gh 1982 esa ;gh gqvk] tc os 'kwfVax ds nkSjku pksV [kkdj yacs le; rd vfHku; txr ls fuokZflr gks x,A 30 o"kZ ckn mlh izdkj dh fLFkfr vk xbZ gS tc mudh 1982 dh pksV us 42

fQj ls fuf"Ø; dj fn;k gSA ,slk Hkh ugha gS fd iwjh lk<+slkrh ds nkSjku 'kfunso dk izdksi O;kIr jgrk gSA gka] bl nkSjku tc tc xq# dk vuqdwy xkspj gksrk gS] 'kfunso dh nwHkkZouk ij vadq'k yx tkrk gS vkSj fLFkfr esa lq/kkj Hkh gksrk gS] tcfd izfrdwy xkspj esa 'kfunso dks [kqyh NwV fey tkrh gS vkSj blh mrkj&p<+ko esa lk<+slkrh chr tkrh gSA gka] bl nkSjku tkrd dks Hkys&cqjs] nksLr&nq'eu vkSj dh xbZ xyfr;ksa dh Hkh igpku gks tkrh gSA lk<+l s krh chrus ij jkf'k ls rhljs LFkku ds 'kfu ds vuqdwy xkspj esa tkrd Qwad Qwad dj dne j[kus dks rRij gks tkrk gSA fdarq dc rd\ 'kfu ds jkf'k ls pkFks LFkku ds xkspj esa xyfr;ksa dh iqujko`fÙk gksus yxrh gSA iwjk thou mlh mrkj&p<+ko esa chrrk gS] tks fetkZ xkfyc ds bl dFku dh iqf"V djrk gS%& ß'kek gj jax esa tyrh gS lgj gksus rdAÞ xkSjryc gS fd tc 'kfunso dks fdlh dks p<+kuk gksrk gS vFkok fxjkuk gksrk gS rks ljdkjh uhfr;ka jktuhfrd ifjn`';] oSf'od ifjfLFkfr;ka vkSj izkÑfrd mBk iVd Hkh rnuqlkj tkrd ds HkkX; dks funsZf'kr dj nsrh gSA esjh panz jkf'k ^o`"k* gS vkSj esjs 76 o"kZ ds thou dky esa rhu lk<+l s kfr;ka ?kfVr gks pqdh gSA izFke lk<+slkrh rks esjh okY;koLFkk esa gh ?kVh Fkh] tc esjs firkth] tks egkRekxkaèkh ds vuq;k;h Fks] 1942 ds ^Hkkjr NksMk+ s* vkanksyu esa Hkkx ysus ds dkj.k yxHkx <kbZ o"kZ ds fy, tsy esa jgsA muds tsy tkus ls gekjs ifjokj ij vkfFkZd ladV ds ckny Nk x,A mu fnuksa 'kfu o`"k@feFkqu jkf'k;ksa esa lapfjr FkkA esjs firkth dh rqyk jkf'k Fkh vkSj os Hkh v"Ve 'kfu dh <S;k Hkqxr jgs FksA nwljh lk<+slkrh 1968&75 esa izHkkfor FkhA rc eq>s vius dk;Z{ks= esa fojksf/k;ksa dh nq"Vrk dk f'kdkj gksuk iM+kA ftu O;fDr;ksa dks eSaus gh fu;qDr fd;k Fkk vkSj inksUufr nh Fkh] ogh ,dk,d ihB ihNs Nqjk Hkksadus yxsA bl dkj.k eq>s rhu izfr"Bkuksa dh ukSdjh NksM+uh iM+hA bl nkSjku tgka rqyk vkSj /kuq ds xq# xkspj us gkfu igqapkbZ rks o`f'pd o edj ds xq# us ykHk Hkh igqapk;kA eSus viuh dk;Z dq'kyrk vkSj bZekunkjh ds cy ij in@;'k cuk, j[kkA bl le; rd eq>s T;ksfr"k dk Hkh dqN Kku gks pqdk Fkk] blfy, laHkkfor [krjksa dks Vky ldk FkkA rhljh lk<+slkrh 1998&2003 ds nkSjku xqtjh] tks fo'ks"k d"Vnk;h ugha jgh] D;ksafd rc rd eSa vius mPpre in vkSj vkfFkZd le`f) ds ml Nksj ij igqap x;k Fkk tgka èkuktZu dh dksbZ egRokdka{kk ugha jgh FkhA bl nkSjku eq>s AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


a viuh fof'k"V rduhdh Kku ds cy ij ns'k&fons'k esa lQyrk,sa feyha] D;ksafd dk;Z /kuktZu ds fy, ugha] fdarq Kku foltZu ds fy, fd, FksA T;ksfr"k us eq>s ,d nk'kZfud n`f"Vdks.k Hkh iznku dj fn;k Fkk vkSj vc rks ;g dg ldrk gwa & jkgs gLrh dk lQj dSls dVk] oksg cqjk Fkk ;k Hkyk] Hkwy x,A vc ;fn dksbZ eq>ls iwNs fd lk<+slkrh vkSj y?kq dY;k.kh ls fucVus ds fy, D;k iz;Ru fd, tk,sa rks esjh lykg ;g gksxh fd ;k rks Lo;a T;ksfr"k dk Kku izkIr djsa] vFkok fdlh vPNs T;ksfr"kh ls la i dZ cu k, j[ks a ] uhe&gdhe ;k /ku yksyiq T;ksfr"kh ls ughaA 'kfunso dc Ñikyq gksrs gSa vkSj dc dq f ir ] bldh tkudkjh ysrs jgsAa 'kfu ds panz jkf'k ls rhljs] NBs vkSj X;kjgosa LFkku ds xkspj esa 'kfu dh Ñik dk Hkjiwj ykHk mBk,sa] fdarq xkspj ds lekIr gksrs gksrs viuh egRokdka{kkvksa dks fojke ns nsa vkSj bl nkSjku gqbZ miyfC/k;ksa dks viuh dk;Z dq'kyrk vkSj cqf) pkrq;Z dh vfrjaftr nsu u le>sAa vfr cq f )er k vkS j egRokdka{kk,sa lk<+slkrh vkSj y?kq dY;k.kh ds nkSjku Qsy gks tkrh gSA jksx 'kksd] nq?kZVuk] pksjh] /ku gkfu vkSj 'k=qrk rks dqaMyh nks"k ds vuqlkj gksuh gh gksrh gS] mUgsa ^fu;fr* ekudj Lohdkj djsaA xksL okeh rqylhnkl Hkh fu;fr ls gkj eku cSBs Fks vkSj ;g ekurs Fks&

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk Review y?kq dY;k.kh vkSj lk<+l s krh ds nkSjku xq#nso ds vuqdwy lapkj dks rks Hkquk,s]a fdarq izfrdwy lapkj ¼pkSFks] NBs] vkBosa vkSj ckjgosa½ ds le; fo'ks"k lrdZrk cjrsa] D;ksfa d ml le; djsyk ^uhe p<+k* ls tkrk gSA jkgq Hkh vius rhljs] NBs vkSj X;kjgosa LFkku esa lapkj djrs le; dqN u dqN lgk;rk vo'; iznku djrs gSa fo'ks"kdj 'k=qvksa ls cpkoA y?kq dY;k.kh vkSj lk<+slkrh ds le; eqdnesckth ls cpus dh ;FkklaHko dksf'k'k djsa vkSj Øks/k dh vf/kdrk ij vadq'k j[ksaA ;fn vk; lgh Hkh gksaxs] rc Hkh gkj vkidh gh gksxhA

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tUedqaMyh ds ckjg Hkko ekuo thou ds fofHkUu vo;oksa dks n'kkZrs gSAa fdlh Hkko ds Qy dk fopkj djrs le; loZiFz ke ml Hkko vkSj Hkkos'k ds cy dk vkdyu fd;k tkrk gSA ftl Hkko esa mlds Lokeh ;k 'kqHk xzg dh fLFkfr gks] ;k mudh n`f"V iM+rh gks] rc og Hkko cyoku gksdj 'kqHk Qynk;d gksrk gSA blds foijhr fLFkfr esa og Hkko fucZy gksdj 'kqHk Qy ugha nsrk gSA tc Hkko dk Lokeh LoksPp] fe= ;k Lojkf'k esa fLFkr gksdj 'kqHk Hkkokf/kifr;ksa ls laca/k cukrk gS rc og cyoku gksrk gS vkSj vius LokfeRo Hkko dk mÙke Qy nsrk gSA Hkkos'k dk cyh gksuk Hkko dh 'kqHkrk c<+krk gSA Hkko o Hkkos'k ds lkFk gh ml Hkko ds ^fuR; dkjd* xzg dk Hkh vkadyu vko';d gksrk gSA ^Hkko dkjd*] ^oLrq dkjd*] ^;ksx dkjd* o ^tSfeuh dkjd* loZFkk fHkUu gSaA egf"kZ ikjk'kj us izR;sd Hkko dk ,d ^fuR; dkjd* fuèkkZfjr fd;k Fkk &

^Hkko izdk'k* xzaFk ds vuqlkj& HkofUr HkkoHkkos'kdkjdk cyla;qrk%A rnk iw.kZ Qya }kH;ke ,dsukYi Qya onsr~AA vFkkZr~ ß ;fn Hkko] Hkko dk Lokeh rFkk Hkko dk dkjd rhuksa cyoku gksa rc ml Hkko dk iw.kZ Qy dguk pkfg,] vkSj ;fn rhu esa ls nks cyoku gksa rks vk/kk Qy dguk pkfg,] rFkk dsoy ,d gh cyoku gksus ij cgqr FkksM+k Qy gksrk gSA ^tkrd ikfjtkr* xzFa k ¼v- 2&51½ us izpfyr Hkko dkjdksa dk fooj.k nsus ds ckn vxys 'yksd ¼v- 2&52½ esa dgk gS fd ;fn 'kqØ] cq/k vkSj c`gLifr yXu ls Øe'k% lIre] prqFkZ vkSj iape Hkko esa gkfuizn gksrs gSa rFkk 'kfu v"Ve Hkko esa 'kqHk Qy djrk gSA KkrO; gS fd mijksDr xzg bu Hkkoksa ds dkjd ekus x;s gSaA

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vFkkZr~] ßlHkh dkjd xzg vius lacaf/kr Hkko esa fLFkr gksus ij ml Hkko ds Qy dks cgqr de djrs gSaAÞ mijksDr 'kyksd dkykarj esa ßdkjdks Hkko uk'kk;Þ uked yksdksfDr ds :i esa izpfyr gks x;kA blh vk/kkj ij c`gLifr dk iape Hkko esa gksuk iq= vHkko dk lwpd] 'kqØ dh lIre Hkko esa fLFkfr oSokfgd lq[k dk vHkko lwpd] rFkk NksVs HkkbZ ds dkjd eaxy xzg dk r`rh; Hkko esa flFkfr NksVs HkkbZ ds vHkko dk lwpd dgk tkrk gSA viokg Lo:i dsoy 'kfu xzg dk v"Ve ¼vk;q½ esa gksuk nh?kkZ;q nsrk gSA ^dkjdks Hkko uk'kk;* ds ihNs tks gsrq gS ml ij fopkj AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


a djus ls Kkr gksrk gS fd tc fdlh Hkko dk dkjd mlh Hkko esa fLFkr gksrk gS rc lk>s fo"k; ds nks |ksrd ¼Hkko o dkjd½ bdës gksaxs vkSj mu ij fdlh ikih xzg dk izHkko gksus ij muds lk>s rF; dh gkfu gksxhA ogha 'kfu xzg dh v"Ve vk;q½ Hkko esa fLFkfr viuh /kheh pky ls vk;q dks c<+k;sxkA vuqHko esa Hkh vkrk gS fd tc Hkko esa mldk dkjd 'k=q jkf'k esa ;k v'kqHk izHkkoh gksus ij gh ml Hkko ds Qy esa deh vkrh gSA ijarq tc dksbZ xzg ml Hkko esa fLFkr gks ftldk og dkjd gS vkSj og Lojkf'k vFkok fe= jkf'k esa fLFkr gks ok 'kqHk n`"V gks rc vo'; gh Hkko Qy dh o`f) gksrh gSA tSls r`rh; Hkko esa eaxy ;fn Lojkf'k ;k fe= jkf'k esa gks vkSj 'kqHk n`"V gks rks tkrd dk HkkbZ vo'; gksrk gSA blh izdkj prqFkZ Hkko esa panzek 'kqHk jkf'k esa 'kqHk n`"V gksus ij ekrk nh?kZthoh gksrh gS rFkk lIre Hkko esa 'kqHk jkf'k fLFkr o n`"V 'kqØ oSokfgd lq[k nsrk gSA

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk Review o Hkko dkjd dh v'kqHk fLFkfr dk Qy FkkA 3- L=h % 5-5-1963] 16-40] HkfVaMk ¼iatkc½ tkfrdk dh dU;k yXu gSA 5-5-1963] 16-40] HkfVaMk mlesa i{kcyh ,dkn'ks'k 5 7 6 4 panez k fLFkr gSA lIre Hkko 8 paea es a ifr dkjd Lo{ks = h 3 c`gLifr vkSj dy=dkjd 9 A jkds mPp 'kqØ dh ;qfr gS rFkk 2 12 cq mu ij i{kcyh panzek dh 10 'k- 11 xq-'kq- 1 n`f"V gSA vr% 'kfu xzg dh lwlIre Hkko ij n`f"V fo'ks"k v'kqHk u dj ikbZA tkfrdk vfr lqna j vkSj lq'khy gS] rFkk lkSHkkX;'kkyh thou O;rhr dj jgh gSA blds foijhr fczfV'k jktdqekjh Mk;uk dh dqaMyh dk voyksdu dhft,A

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dqaMyh esa dy=dkjd 'kqØ 1-7-1961] 17-00] yanu lIre Hkko esa Lo{ks=h gS 7 9 8 ftlls mudk fcz f V'k 10 6 jkt?kjkus esa fookg gqvkA xq-'kq5 ijarq 'kqØ ij uhp o oØh 11 ea-jkA rFkk 'kfu ihfM+r c`gLifr ds4 2 12 dh n`f"V gSA 'kqØ ls prqFkZ 'kq 3 1 dsna z esa eaxy vkSj jkgq fLFkr lw-cq-¼o½ gSaA ftlls mudh dkeqdrk esa o`f) gqbZ vkSj muds dbZ O;fDr;ksa ls rFkkdfFkr laca/k cus vkSj vius ifr ls rykd gqvkA ;g lc dy=dkjd 'kqØ ij nq"izHkko ds dkj.k gqvkA

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leh{kk 6- iq#"k % 27-5-1967] 14-45] y[kuÅ dqM a yh esa ekrk dk dkjd 27-5-1967] 14-45] prqFkZ Hkko esa fLFkr gSA panez k dsij eaxy] 'kfu vkSj jkgq dh 8 7 6 ea n`f"V gSA ijarq panez k i{kcyh gS rFkk 'kqØ ls n`"V gSA panez k 9 A dk mPp c`gLifr ls jkf'k pa12 fofue; gSA bl izdkj panez k 10 'kcyoku gSA panez k ls v"Ve 11 ¼vk;q½ Hkko esa mPp c`gLifr us Hkh ekrk dks nh?kkZ;q cuk;k] ;|fi mudk LokLF; vPNk ugha gSA panez k ij ds dkj.k ^dkjdks Hkko uk'kk;* fu"izHkkoh jgkA

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T;ksfr"k }kjk larku ;ksx dSls tkusa ia- czteksgu frokjh] Qjhnkckn

vktdy gj euq"; pkgrk gS gekjs ikl lH; larku gksa tks ekrk firk dh lsok djsa ,oa dqy dk uke jks'ku djsa] gj ekuo dk liuk gksrk gS fd mldh larku rstLoh ,oa xq.kksa ls laiUu gksxhA blds fy, og gj laHko iz;kl djrk gS] i<+krk gS vPNh mPp f'k{kk ,oa vPNs laLdkjksa esa Mkyrk gS ijarq tc larku blds foijhr gksrk gS rks gj ekrk firk ds lkeus nq%[kksa dk igkM+ lk [kM+k gks tkrk gS larku xyr jkLrs esa tkuk nq"deZ djuk ekrk firk dks izrkfM+r djuk ;g dksbZ firk ekrk cnkZLr ugha dj ldrk ijarq ge yksx Hkwy tkrs gSa fd vPNs larku ds fy, vPNk ;ksx vPNk eqgwrZ ,oa vPNs le; dh vko';drk gksrh gS] ftls ge T;ksfr"k }kjk lgh le; esa lgh larku ;ksx dk pquko dj ldrs gSa ftlls larku HkkX;'kkyh deZfu"V dqynhid ;'k fnykus okyk gksxk mlds fy, gesa T;ksfr"k }kjk ;ksxksa dks ns[kuk gksxk rFkk lksp fopkj dj larku ;ksx dk fu.kZ; fdlh fo}ku T;ksfr"kh rFkk Lo;a fu.kZ; dj lds mlds fy, eSa ;gka fy[kus dk iz;kl dj jgk gwa fd T;ksfr"k }kjk larku ;ksx dSls tkusa] T;ksfr"k ,slk egkxzaFk gSa] ftlesa gj rjg ds ;ksx eqgwrZ] dky] miyC/k gSa vko';drk gS mls vius thou esa mi;ksx esa ykus dh gj ekuo larku dk liuk ns[krk gS larku lq[k ls cM+k dksbZ liuk ugha gksrk gS mlds fy, lgh fn'kk feys iq= gksA dqiq= ug gksa T;ksfr"k }kjk fo'ys"k.k djuk t:jh gSaA

D;ksfa d iape Hkko ls gh iq= lRik= gksxk ;k dqik= dh tkudkjh izkIr fd;k tkrk gSA gekjs dqaMyh esa 12 jkf'k;ka gksrh gSa ftuesa ls dksbZ Hkh iapes'k cudj larku dk lq[k nq%[k iznku djrh gSaA

larku ;ksx esa vko';drk,sa larku ds fy, ifr iRuh nksuksa dh dqM a yh dk izcy gksuk

iape Hkko dk jkgq izk;% xHkZ u"V ;ksx Hkh cukrs ns[kk x;k gS ftldk ftØ ge vkxs ns[ksaxsA

dqaMyh dk larku dkjd xzg dk mn; gksuk

iape Hkko esa dsrq cSBk gks rks le; ls igys larku ;ksx cukrk gS rFkk larku u"V ;ksx Hkh cukrk gSA

iape Hkko dk cyoku gksuk ,oa iapes'k dh lgh tkudkjh djuk AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

iape Hkko esa fo"ke jkf'k gks tSls & es"k 3] 5] 7] 9] 11 iq#"k jkf'k dgykrh gSaA iape Hkko esa le jkf'k o`"k 4] 6] 8] 10] 12 dU;k jkf'k ;k L=h jkf'k gksrh gSA tc dksbZ jkf'k iapes'k curh gS tSls feFkqu iape Hkko esa gS rks iapes'k cq/k gqvk ;fn lw;Z iape Hkko esa gksrk gS rks ,d iq= gksrk gSA ;fn panz iape Hkko esa cSBk gS rks dU;k gksxh ;fn eaxy iape Hkko esa cSBk gks rks rhu iq=ksa dk ;ksx gksrk gSA iape Hkko esa cq/k cSBk gks rks ;g nks dU;k dk ;ksx cukrk gSA iape Hkko esa xq# cSBk gksa rks ikap iq=ksa dk ;ksx cukrk gSA iape Hkko esa 'kqØ cSBk gks rks dU;kvksa dk ;ksx cukrk gSA iape Hkko esa 'kfu cSBk gks rks dU;kvksa dk izcy ;ksx cukrk gSA iape Hkko esa jkgq cSBk gks rks iq= ;ksx cukrk gSA

xzgksa ds iape Hkko esa gksus ls iq= gksxk ;k dU;k ;k dqik= 47


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leh{kk ;k lRik= ;g xzgksa ij fuHkZ; djrk gS vkidk iape Hkko ftruk gh oykoy ls ;qDr gksxk mruk gh lqanj larku ;ksx dh lajpuk djsxkA iape Hkko esa jkf'k;ksa dk mruk gh egRo gS ftruk xzgksa dk vFkok ;g tku ysuk vko';d gksrk gS fd vkids iape Hkko esa 'kqHk ;k v'kqHk] le ;k fo"ke jkf'k gSaA budk Kku djuk vko';d gksrk gSA iape Hkko esa &2 o`"k] 5] 6] 8 jkf'k;ksa gksa rks de larku gksrh gSaA

vkBoha jkf= ls nloha jkf= vfr mÙke jkf= gksrh gSaA nloha ls ckjgoha jkf= oykoy ls ;qDr gksrh gSaA ckjgoha jkf= ls pkSngoha jkf= mÙke ekuh tkrh gSaA pkSngoh ls lksygoha jkf= vR;f/kd rst ,oa cyoku jkf= gksrh gSA fuEu jkf=;ksa dks ns[kdj fd;k x;k izlax larku dks rstLoh ,oa cqf)eku cukrk gSA jkf= ,oa iq= ;ksx

iape Hkko esa mijksDr jkf'k;ksa dk gksuk larku esa foyacrk ds lwpd jkf'k;ka gksrh gSaA

pkSFks jkf= dk izlax mls vo'; iq= dk ;ksx iznku djrk gS tks iq= iw.kZ nh?kkZ;q ,oa uhjksx gksrk gSA

xHkkZ/kku ;ksx

NBh jkr esa izlax djus ls fu'p; gh iq= mRiUu gksrk gSa

gj ekg L=h jtLoyk gksrh gsa ftldk dkj.k xzg panz ,oa eaxy gSA

vkBoha jkr esa fd;k x;k izlax /kS;Zoku iq= mRiUu gksrk gSA

tc panz tue jkf'k ls 1]2 js 4Fks] 5] 7] 8] 12osa jkf'k;ksa esa vkrk gS rc fL=;ksa ds fy, mÙke _rq le; gksrk gSA

nloha jkr esa fd;k x;k izlax /kS;Zoku iq= mRiUu gksrk gSA

tc panz bu jkf'k;ksa esa gksrk gS ml ij eaxy viuh iw.kZ n`f"V ls ns[k jgk gksa rks _rqdky dk le; gksrk gSA _rqdky ds mijkar gh larku ;k xHkZ/kkj.k ;ksx tkuk tk ldrk gSA _rqdky ,oa 'kqHk jkf=;ka

nloha jkr esa izlax djus ls /ku ,s'o;Z la;qDr larku mRiUu gksrk gSA ckjgoha jkr esa izlax djus ls cyoku ,oa lkglh ijkØeh dqy nhid ,s'o;Z ;qDr larku mRiUu gksrh gSaA vxj vkidks dU;k dh pkgr gSa rks vki bu jkf=;ksa dk mi;ksx djds mÙke dU;k izkIr dj ldrs gSaA

'kqHk jkf=;ksa dk /;ku fn;k tk, rks mÙke larku ds ;ksx Lo;a cu tkrs gSa D;ksfa d uho lgh gksxh rks xzg dk fuekZ.k lgh fn'kk esa gksxk vr% 'kqHk jkf=;ksa dks utjvankt ugha fd;k tk ldrk gSA

ikapoha jkf= dks izlax djus ls fu'p; gh mÙke dU;k tue ysrh gSaA

_rqdky ds i'pkr lksyg jkf=;ka gksrh gSa tks gekjs _f"k;ksa us vius&vius foosd ds vuqlkj lgh xyr dk fu.kZ; fn;k gSA

uoha jkf= dks fd;k x;k izlx a rstLoh dU;k dk tUe gksrk gSA

_rqdky ds i'pkr rhu jkf=;ksa dk loZFkk R;kT; djuk pkfg,A bu jkf=;ksa ds kku ls ge mÙke larku ds ;ksx dh lajpuk ekudj pyuk pkfg,A D;ksafd jkf=;ksa esa mÙkjksÙkj jkf=;ka cyoku gksrh gSaA tSls pkSfkh jkf= ls "k"Bh jkr vf/kd mÙke gksrh gSaA "k"Bh ls vkBoha jkf= vR;f/kd cyoku gksrh gSaA 48

lkroha jkf= dks izlax djus ls cqf)eku rdZ'kfDr ;qDr dU;k tUe ysrh gSaA

X;kjgoha jkf= esa fd;k x;k izlx a dU;k dks tUe nsrk gSA mijksDr dU;k jkf=;ksa esa mÙkjksÙkj cy ls ;qDr gksrh gS D;ksfa d ikapoha ls lkroha cyoku gksrh gSa lkroha ls ukSoha ls X;kjgoha jkf= cyoku gksrh gSaA fuEu jkf=;ka mÙke dU;k tUe ds fy, mÙkjksÙkj jkf=;ksa dks mi;ksx djds mÙke dU;k izkIr dj ldrs gSaA mlh rjg ls iq= dks pkggr j[kus okyksa dks iq= jkf=;ksa AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


a dks mi;ksx ysdj mÙke iq= izkIr dj ldrs gSa ftlls vkids dqy dk uke jks'ku rFkk larku lqik= gksus ds iw.kZ volj vkids gkFk esa gksrs gSaA izHk`fr ;qXe iq= jkf=;ka pkSFkh] NBh] vkBoha izHk`fr ;qXe jkf=;ka iq= jkf=;ka dgykrh gSa bu jkf=;ksa esa fd;k x;k izlax mÙke iq= iznku djrh gSaA izHk`fr ;qXe dU;k jkf=;ka ikapoha] lkroh]a uoha] izHk`fr ;qXe dU;k jkf= dgykrh gSa bu jkf=;ksa esa fd;k x;k izlax mÙke dU;k dk tue gksrk gS ml dU;k ds }kjk O;fDr dk HkkX;ksn; gksrk gS og dU;k iqjs dqy ds fy, mUufr ds fy, izsj.kklzksr gksrh gS geus mu jkf=vksa dks tkuus ds iw.kZ iz;kl fd;s ftlls gekjs ikBd yksx lqik= larku dks tUe nsdj viuk vkSj vius larku dk HkkX; cukus esa iRFkj :ih uhao lkfcr dj ldrs gSaA vki FkksM+k lk /;ku esa bu jkf=;ksa dks j[k dj mÙke larku izkIr dj ldrs gSa ftlls vkidk ykHk rks gksxk lkFk esa dqy ,oa larku ds HkkX;ksn; esa Hkh lgk;d gksxkA mÙke larku vkSj vkids dqaMyh esa xkspj voLFkk esa py jgs xzgksa dk Hkh iw.kZ ;ksx gksrk gSA tUe dqaMyh esa larku ;ksx tUe dqaMyh esa larku fopkjus ds fy, iape Hkko dk vge jksy gksrk gSA iape Hkko ls larku dk fopkj djuk pkfg,A nwljs larku dk fopkj djuk gks rks lIre Hkko ls djuk pkfg,A rhljh larku ds ckjs esa tkuuk gks rks viuh tUe dqaMyh ds HkkX; LFkku ls fopkj djuk pkfg, HkkX; LFkku ;kfu uoe Hkko ls djsaA blls vf/kd larku ds ckjs esa tkuus ds fy, rhuksa Hkkoksa ds oykoy dks ns[kdj fopkj djuk pkfg,A ;fn fdlh dkj.ko'k f}rh; larku u"V gks tk;sa rks le>s vkidh dqaMyh esa lIre Hkko iki xzgksa ls ;qDr gks ugha gSA ;fn fdlh dkj.ko'k rhljh larku u"V gks rks le>sa vkidk HkkX; LFkku iki xzgksa ls izrkfM+r rks ugha gS ,oa ikixzgksa dk ;ksx ,oa n`f"V rks ugha gS] vxj ,slk gks rks AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk Review vo'; larku u"V gks tkrh gSA rhu ls T;knk larku u"V gks jgh gks rks vki vius tUedqM a yh ds lq[k larku dy=] Hkkx; Hkkoksa dk xgu v/ ;;u djsa fd vkids bu Hkkoksa esa iki xzgksa dk cykoy vfèkd gS D;k vxj vf/kd gS rks larku lq[k esa deh ds ;ksx gksrs gSaA o'k{k; ,oa oa'kuk'k ds iw.kZ vklkj gksus ij vki viuh dqaMyh esa ns[ksa fd dgha iape yXu v"Ve }kn'k Hkkoksa esa iki xzgksa dk izHkko T;knk rks ugha gS vxj T;knk gS rks le>sa fd dqaMyh oa'k{k; ;ksx cu jgk gS bl ;ksx ls dqy esa larku iq= dk vkHkko vo'; gksrk gSA ;fn prqFkZ Hkko esa iki xzg iape Hkko esa xq# lkrosa Hkko esa cq/k 'kqØ cSBs gksa rks ml euq"; ds thou esa larku lq[k dk vHkko gksrk gS rFkk oa'k dks pykus esa dksbZ ugha gksrk iape Hkko v"Ve Hkko vkSj }kn'k Hkko esa iki xzg cSBs gksa rks larku ;ksx esa ck/kk le>s vkSj vxj vkids yXu esa iki xzg cSbs gksa yXus'k iape esa cSBk gks iapes'k cyh gks fdarq r`rh; Hkko esa cSBk gks ,slk gksus ls vo'; gh larku esa ckèkk mRiUu djrk gSa prqFkZ Hkko esa panzek cSB tk; iape Hkko esa 'kqØ lw;Z dk ;ksx gks rks vo'; gh larku ds i{k esa ck/kk gksrh gS ,oa larku ds {ks= fodV ifjfLFkfr;ksa dk lkeuk djuk iM+rk gS larku {ks= fucZy gks tkrk gS vkSj larku vxj gksxh Hkh rks cgqr ifjJe djus ds i'pkr ijarq e`r larku gksus dh iw.kZ lahkkouk,a gksrh gSa] vxj iape Hkko esa 'kfu cSBk gks ;k ns[k jgk gks rks fu'p; gh e`r larku ds ;ksx ns[kus esa feyrs gSa vr% eaxy iape Hkko esa cBk gks rks le> ysuk pkfg, fd larku vojks/kd mRiUu djuk ;kfu fd xHkZ gh ugha Bgjus nsrk eaxy xHkZ xzg gS vr% eaxy viuk izHkko iape Hkko j[kus ls nwj&nwj rd larku ds fy, ck/kd cu tkrk gS larku ds {ks= foQy djrk jgrk gS vxj jkgq&dsrq ds }kjk ;ksx cuk jgk gks lkFk cSBs gks rks larku ds izfr lksp cny tkrh gS ] lksp cu Hkh tk; rks dbZ ckj ijs'kkfu;ka mRiUu djrs gSaA ijs'kkfu;ksa ds vykok vyxko nsrk gSA vxj ;ksx cu Hkh tk; larku ,slh gksrh gsa ftldh dYiuk vki lius esa hkh ugha dj jgs gksaxAs D;ksfa d larku dqi= q diVh ,oa njhnzh ;ksxksa dks ysdj mRiUu gksrk gSA ftlls vkidk thou nq%[ke; cuk nsrk gSA varr% 49


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leh{kk vkidks larku dks NksMd + j dgha vkSj jgus esa etcwj gks tkrs gSa fQj Hkh og vkidks gj {k.k dkaVksa dh rjg pqHkrk jgrk gS vkSj vkidk galrk [ksyrk thou ujd tSls cu tkrk gS vkSj iape Hkko esa iki xzg cSBs gks iapes'k ls iape xq# cSBk gks rFkk mlls ikaposa esa c`gLifr cSBk gks rks mls larku ds fy, rhu L=h;ksa dk lgkjk ysuk iM+rk gS fQj Hkh larku lq[k ls oafpr jguk iM+rk gS vxj larku lq[k feyrh Hkh gS rks du;k gksrh gS tks dqy dk uke cnuke djds ekrk firk dk R;kx dj nsrh gS vkSj ekrk firk thou Hkj nq%[kksa dk lkeuk djrs gSa xq# dk iki xzgksa ds izHkko vkuk vkSj hkh ?kkrd fl)_ gks tkrk gS 'kfu fucZy gksdj xq# dks ns[k jgk gks vkSj x# iape Hkko ls laa/k j[k jgk gks rks fu'pp; gh larku dk lq[k ugha izkIr gksrk gSA larku dh rjQ vkids lksp fopdkj ls ;qDr djsxk vkSj gj le; vki lkspksa esa ijs'kku jgsaxs vkSj vki le; dk lgh mi;ksx ugha j ldsaxs thou esa dbZ vlj vkids gkFk ls fudy tk;saxs ftlls vki jg jg dj vki nq[kh jgsaxs vkSj yksxksa ds }kjk rkuksa lquus iM+sxs ftlls vkids fnyksa fnekx dh fnDdr vk,xh vkSj vki vius thou esa lgh fu.kZ; ysus esa vleFkZ gksaxs ftlls vkidks larku xksn ysuk iM+ ldrk gS ;k iSlk nsdj larku ysuk iM+ ldrk gS ;kfn vkidh tUe dqM a yh esa yXus'k vFkok izFke Hkko dk Lokeh eaxy ds ?kj esa es"k&o`f'pd esa cSBk gks rks le>sa fd larku ck/kd ;ksx gSa ,oa iape Hkko dk Lokeh NBs LFkku esa cSBk gks rks uf'pr gh larku ck/kd gksrk GSA larku gksxh ijarq gksdj e`R;q dks izkIr dj ysxhA mlds i'pkr fQj nwljh larku ugha gksrh vkSj fu%larku thou O;rhr djuk iM+rk gS] iki xzgksa ls ;qDr dqaMyh vkSj iape Hkko dks Lokeh f=d 6] 8] 12 Hkkoksa esa cSB tk;] og euq"; ds thou esa larku {ks= esa ckj&ckj vlQy gksrk gSA tgka rd 'kkL=ksa esa ns[kk x;k gS fd og cq/k $ dsrq dk la;ksx iape Hkko esa gksuk iapes'k dk uhp jkf'k esa gksuk Hkh larku foghu ;ksx cukrk gSA ;g ;ksx ls tkrd ,d gh larku gksrh gSa ijarq og Hkh vYik;q FkksM+s le; i'pkr mldh e`R;q gksrs ns[kk x;k gSA vkids thou esa nwljs larku dk u gksuk mijksDr ;ksxksa ls gksrk gSA bls 'kkL=ksa esa dkd oa/;k ;ksx Hkh dgrs gSa ftldh dqaMyh esa ,d larku ;ksx nwljh larku u gks rks le>sa dkd ca/;k ;ksx gS] vFkkZr vkidh L=h dh dqaMyh esa ,d gh xHkZ Bgj ldrk gS vkSj vki ,sls vkSjr ds ifr gSa] vkidh dqM a yh esa ikaposa ?kj dk Lokeh uhp dk gks oØh 50

vFkok vLr gks ;k fucZy xzg dh n`f"V iM+ jgh gks 'kfu fucZy gksdj cq/k ds lkFk cSBk gks rks le> ysa fd vkidh L=h dkd ca/;k ;ksx ls fyIr gS vkSj dkd ca/;k iRuh ds vki thou lkFkh gSa ftlls vkidks thou esa larku lq[k ls oafpr jguk iM+rk gS] larku i{k detksj fucZy gksrk gS] vki vxj /;ku ls ns[ksa fd iRuh ;k vkidh tUedqaMyh esa larku izca/kd ;ksx rks fo|eku rks ugha] ;g ;ksx larku ds i{k esa cgqr gh ijs'kku djrk gSA larku izfrca/kd ;ksx vxj dqaMyh esa cq/k 'kqØ lIre Hkko esa cSBs gks] xq# iape Hkko esa cSBk gks] vkSj iki xzg prqFkZ Hkko esa cSBs gksa rFkk panzek ls v"Ve iki xzg gks rks larku izfrca/kd ;ksx gksrk gSA fuEu dqaMyh dks geus 15-7-1961] 11-40] Jhuxj ns[kk fd larku izfrca/kd ds1 12 11 10 ;ksx O;kIr gSaA 2 xq-'kmijksDr dqaMyh esa cq/k 'kqØ 'kq9 3 ;ksx rks ugha ik;k x;k ijarq lw-cq- A 8 larku izfrca/kd thou esa 6 4 ik;k x;k gSA bldk dkj.k 7 5 ea pa jk;g gS iapes'k panz iki xzgksa ds e/; gksuk jkgq }kjk panz dks xzflr djuk lIres'k cq/k dk Lojkf'k esa prqFkZ esa lw;Z ds lkFk cSBuk larku xzg xq# dk 'kfu }kjk detksj iM+uk rFkk lIre n`f"V }kjk 'kfu dk larku LFkku dk ns[kuk dsrq dk }kn'k esa cSB dj iapes'k esa iw.kZ n`f"V ls ns[kuk larku izfrca/kd dkj.k gS vr% gesa viuh dqaMyh esa larku izfrca/ kd ;ksx ds ckjs esa vo'; tkudkjh j[kuh pkfg, fd gekjh dqaMyh esa ,sls ;ksx ds dkj.k larku esa ck/kk rks ugha vk jgh gS rkfd mu ck/kkvksa ls eqfDr ik lds vkSj larku ;ksx cuk ldsA

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VSjks i)fr rFkk oSfnd T;ksfr"k Jherh mek diqj] fnYyh VSjks i)fr ,oa oSfnd T;ksfr"k nksuksa dks Hkfo"; Qy dFku dh fofHkUu iz.kkfy;ksa esa ls ,slh fo|k,a ekuh gSa ftudk Hkkjr esa gh ugha cfYd fo'o esa lokZf/kd izpyu gks jgk gSA vkt foKku us ekuo thou dks ljy ,oa lq[ke; cukus ds fy;s tgka vusd vkfo"dkj fd;s gSa] ogha bUgsa lq[kh cukus okys lk/kuksa us thou dks bruk tfVy cuk fn;k gS fd izR;sd O;fDr fparkvksa esa Mwck gSA vc bu fparkvksa ds Hkkj ls nch ftanxh vius thou dh leL;kvksa dk funku T;ksfr"k vFkok VSjks esa ns[krh gSA T;ksfr"k dh vis{kk VSjks dkMZ dk v/;;u ljy le>k tkrk gSA blesa dqy 78 dkMZ gSa] ftlesa ls 22 eq[; vjdkuk ds vfrfjDr 52 rk'k ds iÙkksa ls lalkj ds lHkh ns'kksa vkSj lH;rkvksa ds yksx ifjfpr gSaA buesa pkj vkSj tksM+ fn;s x;s gSaA eq[; vjdkuk esa Hkh fp=ksa ds ek/;e ls le>k;k x;k gSA tgka oSfnd T;ksfr"k dks v/;;u djus ds fy;s ,d yack le; pkfg, ,oa Hkk"kk] xf.kr] Hkwxksy ,oa HkkSfrd 'kkL=ksa dh ,d lkekU; le> gksuk vko';d gSA ogha nwljh vksj fp=ksa dh Hkk"kk dks vkRelkr djuk mruk dfBu ugha gSA VSjks dkMZ ds fp=ksa vkSj la[;kvksa dks ,d NksVk cPpk ftls v{kjksa ,oa vadksa dk Kku gS] vFkok dksbZ lkekU; O;fDr tks lk{kj gS vklkuh ls i<+ ysrk gSA ;g ,d euksoSKkfud v/;;u dh fof/k gSA ftu O;fDr;ksa dks varKkZu dk vk'khokZn izkIr gS os vklkuh ls bUgsa i<+dj buls Qy dFku dj ldrs gSAa vycÙkk ftUgksaus oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk v/;;u fd;k gS rFkk ftUgsa T;ksfr"k dk vPNk Kku gS] muds }kjk VSjks dkMZ dk Qy dFku ljy o lVhd gks tkrk gSA ,d lkekU; O;fDr dh vis{kk os bl fo|k esa vf/kd fuiq.k gks tkrs gSaA izk;% VSjks dkMZ ls Qy dFku djus okys Hkh T;ksfr"k dk v/;;u djrs gSaA bldk izeq[k dkj.k gS fd VSjks dkMZ esa jkf'k;ksa] xzgksa] u{k=ksa] jaxksa rFkk vadksa dk lHkh fp=ksa esa iz;ksx fd;k x;k gSA buesa T;ksfr"k dh jkf'k;ksa ds leku mu pkjksa rRoksa vfXu] ok;q] ty rFkk i`Foh dks iz;ksx fd;k x;k gSA vr% VSjks v/;;u dh lw{erk esa oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk cgqr cM+k ;ksxnku gSA oSfnd T;ksfr"k i)fr Hkkjr esa fodflr gqbZ og fo|k gS AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

ftls osnksa ds N% izeq[k vaxksa esa LFkku fn;k x;k gSA ;g osnksa dh vka[k ekuh xbZ gSA tSls ekuo 'kjhj esa vka[ksa u gksus ij euq"; th rks ysxk] ijarq mldk thou fdruk v/kwjk gksxk] ;g dYiuk ds ijs dk fo"k; gSA oSfnd T;ksfr"k Hkkjr ds izkphu _f"k eqfu;ksa] fo}kuksa ds lSdM+ks o"kks± dh [kkst dk ifj.kke gSA vkt Hkh fdlh tkrd ds tUe dk le;] LFkku ,oa dky dk lgh fooj.k Kkr gksus ij mlds Hkwr] orZeku ,oa Hkfo"; ds fuf'pr le;kof/k ij laiUu gksus dh iw.kZ tkudkjh nh tk ldrh gSA tkrd ds thou esa gksus okyh laiw.kZ ?kVukØe dk fooj.k fn;k tk ldrk gSA ysfdu VSjks dkMZ i)fr esa pan fnuksa ls ysdj ,d o"kZ rd dh vof/k esa gksus okyh ?kVuk Øe ds fo"k; esa gh crk;k tk ldrk gSA ;g ,d euksoSKkfud i)fr gS] ftlesa O;fDr u dsoy nwljksa ds fo"k; esa cfYd vius xgu vareZu dks ijrksa esa fNis jgL;ksa ds fo"k; esa Kku izkIr dj ldrk gS] ftls lkekU;r% ckgjh O;fDrRo dks irk ugha gksrk] ysfdu oks thou dks cgqr fuf'pr :i ls izHkkfor djrh gSA oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk fodkl vkt ls gtkjksa o"kks± iwoZ ekuk tkrk gS] tcfd VSjks dkMZ dk mYys[k dqN lfn;ksa ls gh bldk izkjaHk ekuk tk jgk gSA bfrgkldkjksa dh ekU;rk gS fd vfr izkphu dky esa Hkkjr esa VSjks dkMZ dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk Fkk] ftUgsa xathQk dkMZ dgk tkrk FkkA os xksy vkdkj ds gksrs Fks] ftuds ,d vksj nsoh] nsorkvksa] jktk] jkuh vkfn ds fp= gksrs FksA budks euksjatu ,oa Hkfo";dFku ds :i esa iz;ksx fd;k tkrk FkkA e/; ;qx esa ftIlh yksx vius dchyksa ds lkFk ;k=k djrs gq, ;s dkMZ ;wjksi rFkk if'peh ns'kksa esa ys x;sA dqN dh ekU;rk gS fd Hkkjr ds le`) O;kikjh vius lkFk bu dkMZ dks ogka ys x;s] rFkk ckn esa buesa bZlkbZ] ;gwnh o vU; /keks± esa ls lacaf/kr O;fDr;ksa ds izrhd fp=ksa dks blesa tksM+ fn;k x;kA vfèkdrj fo}ku VSjks dk lzksr Hkkjr ls tksM+dj ns[krs gSaA ;wjksi esa pkSngoha 'krkCnh ds iwokZ/kZ esa bVyh esa 52 rk'k ds iÙkksa okyk igys dkMZ dk laxzg ik;k x;k gSA cM+s 22 dkMZ dSls dgka ls tksM+s x;s budk dksbZ fooj.k vHkh rd Kkr 51


leh{kk ugha gSA dqN fo}kuksa dh ekU;rk gS fd dkMZ bthIr dks nsoh ftls tknw ,oa xw<+ jgL;ksa dh vf/k"Bk=h ekuk tkrk Fkk dh fdlh iqLrd vFkok eksgjksa ls izkIr gq, gSaA bl xw<+ fo|k dk bfrgkl vusd O;fDr;ksa o ns'kksa ls tksMd + j ns[kk tkrk gSA tgka izkphu lH;rkvksa dk fodkl gqvkA budk orZeku bfrgkl mUuhloha lnh ls izkjaHk ekuk tkrk gS] tc ;g ;wjksi ls ysdj vesfjdk rd iz;ksx fd;s tkus yxsA fo'ks"k :i ls fiNys ipkl o"kks± esa budk izpkj izlkj cgqyrk ls gksus yxk vkSj if'pe ds ns'kksa ds lkFk&lkFk Hkkkjr esa Hkh ;g VSjks dkMZ i)fr Hkfo"; Qy dFku ds :i esa iz;ksx dh tkus yxhA if'pe esa rks VSjks dkMZ Hkfo"; Qy dFku dh ,dek= i)fr FkhA VSjks dkMZl dk laca/k dckykg] euksfoKku] T;ksfr"k] la[;k 'kkL=] bZlkbZ lw{e ra= ,oa Hkkjrh; n'kZu ls Hkh tksM+dj ns[kk tkrk gSA blesa O;f"V vkRek ,oa lef"V vkRek vFkok ftls Hkkjr esa thokRek ,oa ijekRek dgrs gSa mlls tksMd + j ns[kk tkrk gSA VSjks dkMZl dks vkRek dk vkbZuk dgk tkrk gSA ;g gekjs vareZu dh ijrksa esa fNis jgL;ksa dk mn~?kkVu djus ds lkFk&lkFk vkxkeh thou esa fy;s tkus okys fu.kZ;ksa esa Hkh lgk;d gksrs gSaA ;g O;fDr ds eu esa fNih ,slh ckrksa dks iznf'kZr dj nsrs gSa tks vU;Fkk O;fDr vius esa gh lhfer j[krk gSA ;g O;fDr dh bPNkvksa] vkdka{kkvksa vkSj mís';ksa dks n'kkZus okyh ,d lQy fof/k gSA ;g fdlh fuf'pr le; ij O;fDr dh mu vLi"V bPNkvksa vkSj vis{kkvksa dks lQyrk ls iznf'kZr dj ldrh gS tks vU;Fkk O;fDr vius vki esa lhfer j[krk gSA vr% bl i)fr dk iz;ksx dsoy nwljs yksxksa ds Hkfo"; dFku ds fy;s u gksdj vius Lo;a ds thou dh leL;kvksa esa Hkh lQy ekxZn'kZu djus esa l{ke gSaA blesa deZ ds fl)kar dks cgqr egRoiw.kZ ekuk x;k gSA tks ge dj vk, gSa mUgha dk ifj.kke gekjs lkeus vkxkeh ifjfLFkfr;ksa ds :i esa izdV gksrk gSA ;g gh gekjh bPNkvks]a vkdka{kkvksa dk mn~xe vFkok izsj.kk lzksr gSA tks Hkh gekjk thou Fkk] gS rFkk gksuk gS] lc dqN iwoZ fuf'pr gS] bls ns[kk vkSj i<+k tk ldrk gSA oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk vk/kkj Hkh deZ dk gh fl)kar gS rFkk ?kVukvksa vkSj ifjfLFkfr;ksa dks iwoZ fuf'pr eku dj gh fiNys deks± dk Qy vxys thou esa Hkqxrku djuk gksrk gSA lHkh O;fDr;ksa dk tUe muds iwokZftZr iq.; vFkok detksj deks± dk ifj.kke gksrk gS tks O;fDr dh dqaMyh dk v/;;u dj crk;k tk ldrk gSA dqaMyh dk iape Hkko iwoZ iq.; 52

a dk Hkko ekuk tkrk gSA n'ke Hkko deZ Hkko gS] tcfd uoe Hkko ls /keZ rFkk firk ,oa fons'k ;k=k ds fo"k; esa tkuk tkrk gSA iape Hkko larku dk Hkh Hkko gS tcfd lIre ifr&iRuh ds lkFk&lkFk lk>snkjh o vU; laca/kksa dks crkrk gSA vr% oSfnd T;ksfr"k ds vk/kkj ij dqaMyh dk v/;;u euq"; thou ds lai.w kZ :i dk izn'kZu dj ldrk gS] ysfdu VSjks dkMZ ds }kjk ;g laHko ughaA ;g orZeku dh leL;kvksa dk ljy funku gSA ;g mu O;fDr;ksa dh leL;kvksa dks lqy>kus esa cgqr lgk;d gS tks ekufld volkn ls xzLr gSaA if'pe esa bl i)fr dk iz;ksx volkn ls xzLr O;fDr;ksa ds iquZLFkkiu ds fy;s fo'ks"k :i ls fd;k tkrk gS rFkk VSjks jhMj dks okLro esa euksfpfdRld ekuk tkrk gSA vkt ds ;qx esa vusd oSKkfudksa ,oa MkDVjksa ds v/;;u ds ,sls ifj.kke lkeus vk, gSa] ftudh ekU;rkuqlkj 'kjhj esa mRiUu gksus okys vusd Hkh"k.k jksx tSls& fny dh chekjh] dSUlj vkfn dk dkj.k ekufld volkn ekuk tk jgk gSA chloha lnh ds izeq[k euksoSKkfud dkyZ tqax dk blesa fo'ks"k ;ksxnku ekuk tkrk gSA muds vuqlkj tc O;fDr VSjks dkMZ dks NkaVdj xM~Mh ls vyx djds fudkyrk gS rks dkMZ dk p;u mlds vanj esa fNfi ,slh Hkkouk ls izfs jr gksrs gSa] ftls oks ckgj O;Dr djuk pkgrk gSA ;g O;fDr dh rkRdkfyd ekufldrk ls izsfjr gksrs gSaA ;g ml {k.k O;fDr ds vUr"psru eu dh l'kDr vfHkO;fDr gS] tks ckgj izdV gksuk pkgrh gSA ge lHkh viuh vpsru eu esa fNih Hkkoukvksa dks fdlh ckgjh ek/;e ls vfHkO;Dr djuk pkgrs gSaA VSjks dkMZ bldk cgqr lQy ek/;e gSA VSjks ds izR;sd dkMZ esa ,d izrhd vkSj fpUg esa ,d lans'k fufgr gSA gekjh varjkRek ml lans'k dks tkurh gS] vopsru dks ;g Kkr gS fd ge vius thou dks fdl fLFkfr esa ns[kuk pkgrs gSa] ijarq psru eu dks ;g iw.kZr% fo'okl ugha fd ;g laHko gks ik;sxkA VSjks dkMZ bl dke dks Hkyh Hkkafr dj nsrk gSA gekjh vopsu eu dh jgL;e; ijrksa dks ;g ljyrk ls mn~?kkVu dj nsrk gSA izR;sd VSjks dkMZ dk dksbZ fuf'pr vFkZ ;k ladsr ugha gksrkA izR;sd VSjks dkMZ gekjs thou iFk ds fdlh fuf'pr {k.k fo'ks"k ij ,d iM+ko ek= gSA blds izrhd vkSj fpUg oks dgkuh dg nsrs gSa ftls ge lH;rk ds ckgjh izHkko ds dkj.k O;Dr ugha dj ikrsA izR;sd dkMZ la;kstu dh vfHkO;fDr fofHkUu VSjks jhMj dks vyx&vyx ladsr nsrh gSA bu dkMZ dh AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


a Hkk"kk vk'p;Ztud :i ls le`) gSA lkekU; ikBd bls i<+dj ;g iz'u lksp ldrk gS fd VSjks jhfMax dksbZ Hkfo"; ds Qy dFku dh fof/k gS] ;k thou dh leL;kvksa dks lqy>kus ds fy;s dksbZ ek/;e vFkok ekxZ p;u gSA laHko gS ;g nksuksa gh gSA ;g fdlh fuf'pr vk/kkj ij Bgjk rF; ugha gS tks ifjofrZr u gks ldsA bl rjg oSfnd T;ksfr"k ls ;g dkslksa nwj gS tgka i`Foh rFkk mlds bnZ fxnZ lapj.k djus okys xzg u{k=ksa ds i`Foh ds izkf.k;ksa ds thou ij iM+us okyh ÅtkZ ds fo'ys"k.k ls euq"; thou dh xfrfof/k;ksa dk lQy Hkfo"; dFku fd;k tk ldrk gSA ;wa rks T;ksfr"k esa Hkh thou dh leL;kvksa ls f?kjs euq"; dh udkjkRed lksp le>k dj ifjofrZr dj ldkjkRed thou thus ds fy;s fofHkUu izdkj ds mik; Hkh _f"k egf"kZ;ksa us lq>k;s gSaA buesa jkf'k vuqlkj jRu iguuk] nku] iwtk&ikB] ea= mPpkj.k] unh&lkxj Luku] lk/kq egkRek] o`)ksa] vlgk;ksa dh lgk;rk ,oa fofHkUu nsoh nsorkvksa dh mikluk vkfnA thou dh leL;kvksa ls fujk'k O;fDr dks ,d lgkjk vFkok vk'oklu fey tkrk gSA cl vc nq%[k vkSj ughaA lc leL;kvksa ds gksrs gq, Hkh thou thus tSls ,d pht gSA vkt gekjs cqjs deks± dk Qy mn; gqvk gS rks laHko gS vkus okys dy esa iq.; Qy Hkh mn; gksxkA vFkok dqN yksx ftUgksaus igys iq.; Qy dk Hkksx lekIr dj fy;k gks vkSj vkt leL;kvksa ls =Lr gSa] fuf'par jgsa] vk'kk dh ubZ fdj.k ,d u ,d fnu muds thou esa ,d u;k losjk yk;sxh tc iqu% le`f) vkSj [kq'kgkyh muds thou dks vksr&izksr dj nsxkA ifjfLFkfr vkSj okrkoj.k ugha cnyrk] gekjk muls la?k"kZ djus dk lkgl vkSj cy cny tkrk gSA ikBdksa dks laHkor% ;kn gks vkt ls gtkjksa o"kZ iwoZ dk bfrgkl tc Lo;a Hkxoku JhÑ".k ds 'kkafr ds vFkd iz;Ru djus ij Hkh egkHkkjr ;q) dks jksdk u tk ldrkA ;q) esa nksuksa vksj [kM+s laca/kh vkSj xq#tuksa dh vklUu e`R;q :ih ;q) ds Hk;adj ifj.kke dks lkspdj vtqZu tSlk egk;ks)k Hkh dkai mBkA mlus gfFk;kj Qsad fn;s rFkk ;q) dks NksMd + j fHk{kk o`fÙk ds }kjk 'ks"k cps thou dks fcrkus dh ckr lksphA rc mlds ije l[kk] laca/kh ;ksx's oj JhÑ".k us mls Hkyh Hkkafr le>k;k fd izR;sd euq"; vius deZ Qy ls ca/kk gSA u pkgrs gq, Hkh vusd mrkj&p<+ko gj izk.kh ds thou esa vkrs gh gSaA LoHkkotsu dkSUrs; fuc) Losu deZ.kkA drqZusPNfl ;UeksgkRdfj.;L;o'kks·fi rr~AA ¼Hk-xh 18 v&'yksd 60½ AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

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VSjks i)fr dh igqap ekuo eu dh xgjkbZ;ksa dks Li'kZ djus okyh fo/kk gSA bls vkRek dk laxhr ctkus o lquus dk lk/ku le>k tkrk gSA ;g Hkkjrh; ekul ds bl fl)kar ls ?kfu"B :i ls lacaf/kr gS] tgka dgk gS& tk dh jgh Hkkouk tSlh] izHkq ewjr ns[kh fru rSlhAA VSjks dkMZ jhMj rFkk iz'u iwNus okys dh Hkkouk ls izHkkfor jgrs gSaA fp= ogh gS] ysfdu ns[kus okys dh vka[k D;k ij[krh gS] ;g mldh ekufldrk ij fuHkZj gSA Hkkjr ds yksx ewyr% varZeu dh xgjkbZ;ksa dks lnk ls le>rs vk;s gSa ysfdu if'pe us mUgsa ,d oSKkfud Lo:i fn;k gSA vkt ls 550 o"kZ iwoZ fyf[k gqbZ jkepfjrekul dh dqN pkSikbZ;ka ;gka mnkgj.k :i esa izLrqr gS & ftUg ds jgh Hkkouk tslhA izHkq ewjr frUg ns[kh rSlhAA ns[kfga :i egk ju/khjkA eugqa ohj jl /kjs lehjkAA Mjs dqfVy u`i izHkqfr fugkjhA eugqa Hk;kud ewjfr HkkjhAA fonq"kUg izHkq fojkVe; nhlkA cgq eq[kdj ix ykspu lhlkAA tksfxUg ije rRoe; eklkA gfjHkxru ns[ks nksÅHkzkrkA bZ"V nso bo lc lq[k nkrkAA jketh dks izR;sd O;fDr viuh viuh Hkkouk ds vuq:i ns[krs gSaA ,d VSjks jhMj dks lQy cuus ds fy;s ;ksx] è;ku] jsdh] ea=ksPpkj vkfn dks lk/kuk djuk cgqr lgk;d gksrk gSA lQy Hkfo"; dFku ds fy;s bu lk/kukvksa dk nSfud vH;kl fd;k tkrk gSA oSfnd T;ksfr"k esa vusd leLr~ 'kkL=ksa ds v/;;u ds lkFk lkFk lw;Z mikluk] x.ks'k ,oa nsoh ljLorh dh mikluk gh 54

xf.kr esa izoh.k] 'kCn 'kkL= esa ;ksX;] U;k;fon] cqf)eku] ftrsfUnz;] ns'k fn'kk vkSj dky dk Kkrk Ågkiksg ¼lHkh rF;ksa dks /;ku esa j[kdj fu.kZ; ysus dh {kerk½ iVq rFkk Qfyr T;ksfr"k dk vPNk tkudkj gksuk pkfg,A dsoy dqN iqLrdsa i<+ ysus ek= ls u rks dksbZ O;fDr vPNk VSjks jhMj gks ldrk gS u gh Hkfo"; dFku djus okyk dkyKA vr% la{ksir% nksuksa gh fo|kvksa dh foospuk djus ij dqN eq[; lekurk,a ,oa fofo/krk,a Li"V gksrh gSa& 1- T;ksfr"k ,oa VSjks dkMZ Hkfo"; Qy dFku dh fofHkUu iz.kkfy;ka gSaA 2- VSjks dkMZ v/;;u ljy ,oa T;ksfr"k dk lE;d Kku ifjJe lk/; gSA 3- T;ksfr"kh; x.kuk laiw.kZ thou ls lacaf/kr gksrh gS ,oa nh?kZdkfyd Qy dFku fd;s tkrs gSaA VSjks dkMZ dk Hkfo";dFku fudV Hkfo"; ,oa orZeku dks ij[kus dh fo|k gSA 4- oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk fodkl iw.kZr;k Hkkjro"kZ esa gqvk gSA VSjks dkMZ v/;;u fof/k dk orZeku Lo:i if'peh ns'kksa esa fodflr ,oa izpkfjr gqvk gSA 5- oSfnd T;ksfr"k dk vk/kkj le; LFkku rFkk dky dk lw{e v/;;u dj fo'oO;kih fu;eksa dk vuqla/kku gS tks lHkh le;] ns'k o O;fDr;ksa dk iw.kZ fp=.k izLrqr djrs gSaA VSjks dkMZ ds dksbZ fuf'pr fu;e ;k vk/kkj ugha gS] ftuls lkoZdkfyd vFkok lkoZHkkSfed fu;e cuk;s tk ldsaA 6- VSjks dkMZ iz.kkyh ,d dyk gS] tcfd oSfnd T;ksfr"k foKku lEer 'kkL= gSA fu'p; gh nksuksa ekuo thou dks ljy ,oa lq[ke; cukus dk ,d iz;kl gSaA gekjs nSfud thou dh dfBukbZ;ksa esa c<+rs jgus dh izsj.kk bu nksuksa esa gh leku :i ls gks tkrh gSA viuk rFkk viuksa dk v/;;u Hkkoh fu.kZ; ysus esa lgk;d dh Hkwfedk fuckgrk gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012


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O;kf/ka e`R;aq Hk; pSo iwftrk uk'kf;";flA lks·g jkT;kr~ ifjHk`"V% 'kj.ka Roka iziUuokuAA iz.r'p ;Fkk ew/kkZ ro nsfo lqj's ofjA =kfg eka iùi=kf{k lR;s lR;k HkoL; u%AA ßrqHk iwftr gksus ij O;kf/k] e`R;q vkSj laiw.kZ Hk;ksa dk uk'k djrh gksA eSa jkT; ls Hk`"V gwa blfy, rqEgkjh 'kj.k esa vk;k gwaA deyny ds leku us=ksa okyh nsoh eSa rqEgkjs pj.kksa esa ureLrd gksdj iz.kke djrk gwaA esjh j{kk djksA gekjs fy, lR;Lo:ik cuksA 'kj.kkxrksa dh j{kk djus okyh HkDroRlys eq>s 'kj.k nksAÞ egkHkkjr ;q) vkjaHk gksus ds iwoZ Hkxoku JhÑ".k us ikaMoksa dks ;g Lrqfr dh lykg nsrs gq, dgk ßrqe 'k=qvksa dks ijkftr djus ds fy, j.kkfHkeq[k gksdj ifo= Hkko ls nqxkZ dk Lej.k djksAÞ vius jkT; ls Hk`"V ik.Moksa }kjk dh xbZ ;g Lrqfr osn O;kl Ñr egkHkkjr esa gSA egf"kZ osn O;kl dk dFku gS ßtks euq"; lqcg bl Lrks= dk ikB djrk gS] mls ;{k] jk{kl] fi'kkp Hk;Hkhr ugha djrs] og vkjksX; vkSj cyoku gksdj lkS o"kZ rd thfor jgrk gSA laxzke esa lnk fot;h gksrk gS vkSj y{eh izkIr djrk gSAÞ egkKkuh vkSj JhÑ".k ds ije HkDr ik.Moksa us ;g Lrqfr eka nqxkZ dks JhÑ".k dh cgu ds :i esa gh lacksf/kr djds vkjaHk dhA ß;'kksnkxHkZ lEHkwrka ukjk;.koj fiz;ke~A --- oklqnsoL; Hkfxuha fnO;ekY; foHkwf"krke~----AA blh izdkj cgqr ls Lrks= ,oa Lrqfr;ka xzaFkksa esa feyrh gSa] tks fHkUu&fHkUu nsoh nsorkvksa dh gksus ij Hkh yxHkx ,d lk gh Qy nsus okyh ekuh xbZ gSA tSls fd 'k=qvksa ij fot;] Hk;] jksx] nfjnzrk dk uk'k] yach vk;q] y{eh izkfIr vkfnA ,d gh nsoh&nsork dh Hkh vyx&vyx Lrqfr;ka ;gh Qy nsus okyh dgh xbZ gSaA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

mnkgj.kr;k j.kHkwfe esa Fkddj [kM+s Jh jke dks vxLR; eqfu us Hkxoku lw;Z dh iwtk vkfnR; Lrks= ls djus dks dgk rkfd os jko.k ij fot; ik ldsaA ik.Mo rFkk Jhjke nksuksa gh j.kHkwfe esa 'k=qvksa ds lkeus [kM+s Fks] nksuksa dk mís'; ,d gh FkkA Jhjke =srk ;qx esa Fks vkSj vkfnR; ân; Lrks= dk ikB djus ds i'pkr jko.k ij fot;h gq,A bl izdkj ;q) esa fot; fnykus okyk vkfnR; ân; Lrks= rks ,d fl) ,oa os/k mik; Fkk] rc JhÑ".k us ik.Moksa dks nqxkZ Lrqfr dh txg bldk ikB djus dh lykg D;ksa ugha nh \ ,slh fLFkfr esa mfpr fu.kZ; ysus ds fy, gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa vusd fl)kar fn;s gsa tSls ns'k] dky o ik= dks Hkh / ;ku esa j[kdj fu.kZ; ysukA mikld dks fdl nsoh nsork dh iwtk djuh gS] ;g bl izdkj ,d 'yksd ds HkkokFkZ ls Li"V gksrk gSA vFkkZr~ vkdk'k rRo ds Lokeh fo".kq] vfXu rRo dh egs'ofj] ok;q rRo ds lw;Z] i`Foh rRo ds f'ko rFkk ty rRo ds Lokeh x.ks'k GsaA ;ksx ikjaxr xq#vksa dks pkfg;s fd os izÑfr ,oa izo`fÙk dh rRokuqlkj ijh{kk dj f'k";ksa ds mikluk vf/kdkj vFkkZr fdl nsoh nsork dh iwtk dh tk;s dk fu.kZ; djsaA ;gka mikld dh izÑfr ,oa izo`fÙk dks egRo fn;k x;k gSA vfHkizk; ;g gS fd fdl nsoh&nsork dh fdl izdkj ls Lrqfr dh tk;sA bldk fu.kZ; leL;k ds LoHkko] ns'k] le; rFkk mikld dh izÑfr] izo`fÙk] vkpj.k] LoHkko bR;kfn dks /;ku esa j[kdj djuk pkfg;sA tSls vfgalk iqtkjh egkRek xka/kh rUe;rk ls ßoS".ko tu dksÞ rFkk ßj?kqifr jk?ko jktk jkeÞ xkrs FksA pacy s Mkdw dkyh vkSj HkSjksa dh iwtk ikB djrs vk;s gSAa fHkUu izÑfr] izof` Ùk o LoHkko ds vuqlkj b"Vnso dk pquko Hkh vyx&vyx rRo ds vf/kifr nsoh&nsorkvksa dk gqvkA ;g dSls tkus fd 55


leh{kk mikld esa fdl rRo dh izo`fÙk ,oa izÑfr gS\ ;gka Hkh ge okLrq'kkL= dh lgk;rk ys ldrs gSaA okLrq'kkL= esa fn'kkvksa dks fo'ks"k LFkku izkIr gS tks bl foKku dk vk/kkj gSA ;g fn'kk,a izkÑfrd ÅtkZ vkSj czãkM esa O;kIr jgL;e;h ÅtkZ dks lapkfyr djrh gS]a tks jktk dks jad vkSj jad dks jktk cukus dh 'kfDr j[krh gSA bl 'kkL= ds vuqlkj izR;sd fn'kk esa vyx&vyx rRo lapkfyr gksrs gSa] vkSj mudk izfrfuf/kRo Hkh vyx&vyx nsorkvksa }kjk gksrk gSA og bl izdkj gSA mÙkj fn'kk ds nsork dqcsj gSa] ftUgsa /ku dk Lokeh dgk tkrk gS vkSj lkse dks LokLF; dk Lokeh dgk tkrk gS] ftlls vkfFkZd ekeys vkSj oSokfgd o ;kSu laca/k rFkk LokLF; izHkkfor djrk gSA mÙkj iwoZ ¼bZ'kku dks.k½ ds nsork lw;Z gSa ftUgsa jks'kuh vkSj ÅtkZ rFkk izk.k 'kfDr dk ekfyd dgk tkrk gSA blls tkx:drk vkSj cqf) rFkk Kku izHkkfor gksrs gSaA iwoZ fn'kk ds nsork bUnz gSa] ftUgsa nsojkt dgk tkrk gSA oSls vkerkSj ij lw;Z dks gh bl fn'kk dk Lokeh ekuk tkrk gS tks izR;{k :i ls lai.w kZ fo'o dks jks'kuh vkSj ÅtkZ ns jgs gSaA ysfdu okLrq vuqlkj bldk izfrfuf/kRo nsojkt djrs gSa ftlls lq[k larks"k rFkk vkRe fo'okl izHkkfor gksrk gSA

a bl izdkj ;g Kkr gksrk gS fd okLrq'kkL= esa tks fn'kk fuèkkZj.k fd;k x;k gS] og izR;sd iap rRoksa ds lapkyu esa vge Hkwfedk fuHkkrs gSaA ftu iap rRoksa dk ;g ekuo dk iqryk cuk gqvk gS] vxj og fn'kkvksa ds vuqdwy jgs rks ;g fn'kk;sa vkidks jad ls jktk cukdj thou esa jl jaxksa dks Hkj nsrh gSaA vr% okLrq 'kkL= esa ikap rRoksa dh iw.kZ egRo fn;k gS] tSls ?kj ds czãLFkku dk Lokeh gS] vkdk'k rRo] iwoZ nf{k.k dk Lokeh vfXu] nf{k.k&if'pe dk i`Foh] mÙkj&if'pe dk ok;q rFkk mÙkj iwoZ dk vf/kifr gSa] ty rRoA vius ?kj dk fof/kiwod Z ijh{k.k djds ;g tkuk tk ldrk gS fd ;gka jgus okys ifjokj ds lnL; fdl rRo ls fdruk izHkkfor gSa] xzg Lokeh rFkk vU; lnL;ksa dks fdl rRo ls lg;ksx fey jgk gS rFkk dkSu lk rRo fucZy gSA ;g Hkh ekywe fd;k tk ldrk gS fd fdl lnL; dh izÑfr o izo`fÙk fdl izdkj dh gSA var esa ;g fu.kZ; ysuk pkfg;s fd fdl lnL; dks fdldh iwtk djus ls vf/kd QyhHkwr gksxhA fdl volj ;k leL;k ds fy, fdl iwtk dk vuq"Bku fd;k tk;s ;g Hkh okLrq ijh{k.k djds ekywe fd;k tk ldrk gSA

nf{k.k iwoZ ¼vkXus; dks.k½ ds nsork vfXunso gSa] tks vfXu rRo dk izfrfuf/kRo djrs gS]a ftlls ikpu 'kfDr rFkk èku vkSj LokLF; ekeys izHkkfor gksrs gSaA nf{k.k fn'kk ds nsork ;ejkt gSa] tks e`R;q nsus ds dk;Z dks vatke nsrs gSa] ftUgs /keZjkt Hkh dgk tkrk gSA budh izlUurk ls /ku] lQyrk] [kqf'k;ka o 'kkafr izkfIr gksrh gSA nf{k.k&if'pe fn'kk ds nsork fujrh gSa] ftUgsa nSR;ksa dk Lokeh dgk tkrk gS] ftlls vkRe 'kq)rk vkSj fj'rksa esa lg;ksx rFkk etcwrh ,oa vk;q izHkkfor gksrh gSA if'pe fn'kk ds nsork o:.k nso gSa] ftUgsa ty rRo dk Lokeh dgk tkrk gS] tks vf[ky fo'o esa o"kkZ djus vkSj jksdus dk dk;Z lapkfyr djrs gS]a ftlls lkSHkkX;] le`f) ,oa ikfjokfjd ,s'o;Z rFkk larku izHkkfor gksrh gSA mÙkj if'pe ds nsork iou nso gS]a tks gok ds Lokeh gSa] ftlls laiw.kZ fo'o esa ok;q rRo lapkfyr gksrk gSA ;g fn'kk foosd vkSj ftEesnkjh] ;ksX;rk] ;kstukvksa ,oa cPpksa dks izHkkfor djrh gSA 56

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o`{kksa dk T;ksfr"kh; egRo ia- lat; f'ko'kadj nos] fljksgh Qy vkSj Qwy rks lHkh ds mi;ksx esa vkrs gh gSa] ij budh Nky] ruk] tM+ rd mi;ksx esa vkrs gS]a tgka rd fd budks J)kiwoZd ueu djus ek= ls thou dh fofHkUu dfBukbZ;ka lqxerk ls nwj gks tkrh gS] vkSj fof/k fo/kku ls iwtk djus ij rks euksdkeuk,a Hkh fl) gks tkrh gS fQj D;ksa ugha ge buls vius vkidks tksM+rs gSa] dqN o`{kksa ls lHkh ds thou dh mHk; ijs'kkfu;ka dk gy uhps mYysf[kr djrk gwa] ftlls ikBdksa dk thou rks lgt gksxk gh lkFk esa mUgsa iq.; ykHk dh Hkh izkfIr gksxhA o`{k thou ds gj eksM+ ij euq"; dk lkFk nsrs gSa] ij D;k gj euq"; o`{kksa ds ckjs esa fdlh Hkh eksM+ ij lksprk gS\ ouLifr esa izHkw dh D;k yhyk lekfgr gsa vHkh rd le> ls ijs gSa] ij gekjs _f"k eqfu;ksa us buds dqN fnO; xq.kksa dk vuqHko fd;k gSA bu mik;ksa esa lk/kd dh iw.kZ J)k] HkfDr vkSj fo'okl dk gksuk ije vko';d gSA ;fn dU;k ds fookg esa foyac gks jgk gks ;k mÙke ;ksX; oj dh izkfIr ugha gks ik jgh gks vkSj ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa 1] 4] 7] 8] 12 Hkko esa eaxy 'kfu ;k jkgq fLFkr gks] mUgsa dU;k ds }kjk fo".kq eafnj esa c`gLifrokj ds fnu vkaoys vkSj ihiy o`{k dk jksiM+ dj 21 fnu rd o`{k ds lehi nhid izTTofyr djsa rks fuf'pr :i ls lq;ksX; oj dh 'kh?kz izkfIr ds ;ksx curs gSaA ifr&iRuh esa ruko dh ije lhek fookn ls gksrh gqbZ rykd rd igqap tkrh gSAa dbZ ckjs ,slh fLFkfr esa ra= 'kkL= o T;ksfr"k esa Hkh dkj.k idM+ ls ckgj yxrk gS] ruko dh fLFkfr lq[k] 'kkafr dks [kRe dj rykd rd dh fLFkfr fufeZr gks tkrh gSA blds fuokj.k ds fy;s ifr&iRuh dks la;qDr :i ls f'ko eafnj esa ihiy vkSj cjxn o`{k dk jksiM+ lkseokj ds fnu djus ij vkilh erHksn lekIr gksdj vkilh izse o lkeatL; curk gSA O;kikj esa gks jgh yxkrkj gkfu dks nwj djus] y{eh nsoh o dqcsj nso dks izlUu djus ds fy;s lhrkQy vkSj v'kksd ds o`{k dks 'kqØokj ds fnu nsoh eafnj esa yxkosaA fuf'pr :i ls O;kikj esa fujarj o`f) ds ;ksx cusaxsA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012

;fn fdlh ?kj esa O;fDr dks Hkwr&izrs dk Hk; gks ;k ifjokj ds fdlh O;fDr dks izsr ck/kk dh ijs'kkuh gks rks vfu"V izHkko dh lekfIr ds fy;s f'ko eafnj esa lkseokj ds fnu dVgy dk o`{k jksiM+ dj rsy dk nhid yxkdj izkFkZuk djs& a ßvki fnO; 'kfDr;ksa ds lkFk esjh rFkk esjs ifjokj dh j{kk djsaAÞ dVgy dh ,d iÙkh ys tkdj ?kj ds eq[; }kj ij yxk nsa] rFkk yxkrkj 21 fnu le;kuqlkj o`{k ds lehi rsy dk nhid yxk;saA blds izHkko ds dkj.k fuf'pr :i ls izsr ck/kk rFkk vfu"Vdkjh izHkko lekIr djus dk ;g mÙke mi; gSA beyh ds o`{k ls rks lHkh ifjfpr gSa gh bls ra= fØ;k esa Hkh yksx fof'k'V :i ls iz;qDr djrs gSa] _.k ls eqfDr ds fy;s vlk/; jksx fuokj.kkFkZ] fu%larku nEifÙk dks larku izkfIr ds fy;s rFkk fo'ks"k :i ls fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks f'k{kk esa mPp lQyrk dh izkfIr ds fy;s fdlh Hkh 'kfuokj ds fnu nksigj esa Jh jkepanz th ds eafnj esa beyh o`{k dk jksiM+ djsa o yxkrkj 11 'kfuokj rus esa rsy dk nhid yxkosa] fuf'pr gh dk;Z flf) ds ;ksx cusaxsA ftuds ?kj esa fir` nks"k dh laHkkouk gks rFkk ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa fir` nks"k gks rks ,dkn'kh ds fnu ?kj ds eq[; } kj ds lehi rqylh o`[k dk jksiM+ dj izfrfnu iqtu o n'kZu ek= ls fir` nks"k ds dkj.k mRiuu leL;k nwj gks tkrh gSA fiz;tu dh vkRe'kkfUr o ln~xfr izkfIr ds fy;s ckyd dh e`R;q gksus ij m|ku ;k Jh x.ks'k eafnj esa ve:n ¼tkeQy½ vkSj beyh o`{k dk jksiM+ djsaA ;qok dh e`R;q gksus ij] 'e'kku ¼eqfDr/kke½ esa uhe vkSj csy o`{k dk jksiM+ djsa] ;qorh dh e`R;q gksus ij nsoh eafnj esa 'kqØokj ds fnu ihiy vkSj v'kksd o`{k dk jksiM+ djsaA fookfgrk L=h dh e`R;q gksus ij lhrkQy vkSj v'kksd o`{k dk jksiM+ djsa] o`{k dk jksiM+ lwrd voLFkk dh lekfIr ds mijkar gh djsa rFkk lnSo mldk /;ku j[ksaA mijksDr mik; ls x;k Jk) ds cjkcj iq.; izkIr gksrk gSA uoxzg laca/kh tUe dqaMyh esa vfu"V nks"k dks nwj djus ds 57


leh{kk fy;s T;ksfr"k esa dbZ mik;ksa dk o.kZu gS ijarq uoxzg ihM+k ls cpus ds fy;s lcls mÙke ljy lqxe fof/k lacaf/kr xzg ds o`{k dk jksiM+ mi;qDr gSA lw;Z % ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa lw;Z uhp dk ;k 'k=q xzgh gks] ftUgsa ân; jksx o us= lacaf/kr leL;k gks rFkk vkbZ,- ,l- vf/kdkjh] U;k;k/kh'k o eaf=;ksa dks mPp ifr"Bk o lEeku ds fy;s lQsn vkadM+s o csy o`{k dk jksiM+ jfookj ds fnu fo".kq eafnj esa djus ls 'kh?kzrk 'kh?kz ykHk izkIr gksrk gS] flag jkf'k ds tkrd dks Hkh ;g mik;sa mi;qDr gSaA panz % panzek ls tyh; inkFkZ dk fopkj fd;k tkrk gS] ftudh jkf'k ddZ g o tUe dqaMyh esa panz uhp dk o 'k=q xzgh gks mUgsa rFkk vkS"kf/k;ksa ds foØsrk] flapkbZ foHkkx] Ñ"kd] MsjhQkeZ rFkk ekufld :i ls ijs'kku O;fDr dks iyk'k o panu o`{k dk jksiM+ lkseokj ds fnu f'ko eafnj esa djsaA eaxy % eaxy 'kfDr dk izrhd gS] ;g ,d vfXu rRo dk xzg gS ftu tkrd dh tUe dqaMyh esa eaxy ddZ jkf'k xr 28 va'k dk gS] rFkk ftudh tUe dqaMyh ekaxfyd izHkko ;qDr gks mUgsa vfu"V izHkko 'kkafr ds fy;s rFkk lSfud] iqfyl foHkkx esa dk;Zjr es"k o o`f'pd jkf'k okys tkrd dks [ksj o vukj dk jksiM+ eaxyokj ds fnu guqeku th ds eafnj esa djuk ykHkizn jgrk gSA cq/k % cq/k i`Foh rRo dk xzg gS] ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa cqèk 'k=q xzgh o 15 va'k ij ehu jkf'k esa uhp dk gks] mUgsa rFkk xf.krK] ys[ku dk;Z djus okys] DydZ] ds fy;s njksi ¼nwokZ½ o vkaoys o`{k dk jksiM+ cq/kokj ds fnu Jh x.ks'k eafnj ;k fo|ky; esa jksiM+ djuk pkfg,A c`gLifr ¼xq#½ % okjkg fefgj us xq# dks ^xkSj ek=* crk;k gS] ;g lrksxq.kh o vkdk'k rRo dk iq#"k xzg gS] ftudh jkf'k /kuq o ehu gks] ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa xq# vLrxr o ikap va'k ij edj jkf'k dk gks mUgsa rFkk osnikBh ;Kkpk;Z] v/;kid] U;k;k/kh'k dks mPp lQyrk izkfIr ds fy;s c`gLifrokj ds fnu Jh jke ;k Jh fo".kq eafnj esa ihiy o`{k dk jksiM+ djuk 'kqHkizn jgrk gSA 'kqØ % 'kqØ jktl izÑfr] L=hxzg o ty rRo gSA ftudh jkf'k o`"kHk o rqyk gS] ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa 'kqØ dU;k jkf'kxr uhp dk gS mUgsa rFkk laxhrK] xk;d] J`axkj lacaèkh lkexzh ds foØsrk] dykdkj oxZ dks mpp ykHk izfr"Bk gsrq mnqEcj] vk'kksd ;k lhrkQy o`{k dk jksiM+ nsoh eafnj esa 'kqØokj dks djsaA 'kfu % 'kfu edj o dqHa k jkf'k dk Lokeh] ok;q rRo gSA 58

a ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa 'kfu] lw;Z o eaxy dk ;ksx gks muds fy;s 'kfu ?kkrd gksrk gS] lw;Z 'kfu dk ;ksx firk ls fojks/k mRiUu djrk gS] blds vfu"V izHkko ls okr jksx] iSjksa esa jksx] fpÙk Hkzfer jksx dh laHkkouk jgrh gS] ftUgsa 'kfu dh <S¸;k] lk<+slkrh py jgh gks mUgsa rFkk yksgs ds O;kikjh] odkyr ds {ks= ls tqMs+ O;fDr] rsy ds O;kikjh dks 'kfu nso dh larfq "V o izlUurk ds fy;s 'keh o`{k dk jksiM+ 'kfuokj ds fnu 'kfu eafnj ds lehi ;k nf{k.kkfHkeq[k Jh guqeku eafnj esa djuk pkfg,A lkFk gh if{k;ksa ds jgus dh O;oLFkk djuk o o`)tuksa dh lsok }kjk Hkh 'kfu nso fo'ks"k :i ls larq"V gksrs gSaA jkgq&dsrq % jkgq&dsrq Nk;k xzg gS] ftudh tUe dqaMyh esa dkyliZ ;ksx gks] dk;Z esa yxkrkj fo?u vkus ij buds vfu"V izHkko ls O;fDr dks fi'kkp ihM+k] us= jksx] Hkwr izsrkfn ck/kk] Hk; tU; jksx] fo"ktU; jksx mRiUu gksrs gSaA blds vfu"V izHkko ds fuokj.kkFkZ] nHkZ] v"Vxa/k o panu dk o`{k f'ko eafnj esa jksiM+ djuk pkfg, rFkk yxkrkj 21 fnu rd eNfy;ksa dks jkeuke mPpkj.k lfgr xksfy;ka f[kykus ls Hkh vfu"V izHkko lekIr gks tkrs gSaA o`"k jksiM+ dk le; LFkku o mldh lqj{kk fo'ks"k egRoiw.kZ gS ftlls fd;s x;s deZ dk iq.; ykHk izkIr gksaA okLrq'kkL= ds vuqlkj ?kj ds lehi ikdj] uhe] vke] cgsMk+ ] ihiy] csj] xwyj] beyh] dsyk] csy] [ktqj vkfn o`{k dk gksuk v'kqHk ekuk x;k gSA ?kj ds lehi paik] v'kksd] dVgy] pesyh] 'kky] ekSyfljh vkfn o`{k 'kqHk Qy iznku djus okys dgs x;s gSaA ^c`gRlafgrk* o ^lejkax.klw=/kkj* ds vuqlkj ftl ?kj ds vkaxu esa uhacw] vukj] dsyk o csj mxrs gSa ml ?kj dh o`f) esa ck/kk mRiUu djrs gSaA ^c`gnSoK* ds vuqlkj ftl ?kj esa ihiy] dsyk] dnEc] chtw] uhac dk o`{k gksrk gS mlesa jgus okys dh oa'k o`f) esa :dkoV mRiUu djrk gSA Hkfo"; iqjk.k ds vuqlkj ?kj ds Hkhrj yxk;h xbZ rqylh /ku&iq= o gfj HkfDr nsus okyh gksrh gS izr%dky rqylh dk n'kZu djus ls tkus vutkus gq, iki rqjar lekIr gks tkrs gSa o lqo.kZ nku dk Qy izkIr gksrk gSA ?kj ds nf{k.k dh vksj rqylh o`{k dk jksi.k vfu"Vdkjh ekuk x;k gSa ?kj ds lehi v'kqHk o`{k gksus ij o`{k o ?kj ds e/; esa 'kqHk Qy nsus okys o`{k dks yxk nsuk pkfg,A ?kj ds lehi ihiy o`{k gksus ij mldh lsok iqtk djrs jgus ls v'kqHk Qy izkIr ugha gksrkA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Apr.-Jun. 2012



Research Journal April-June 2012