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All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies

A RESEARCH JOURNAL A OF ASTROLOGY Volume : 9 No. : 1

January-March 2012

Chief Editor Arun K. Bansal Managing Editor Pt. S. R. Swamy Executive Editor Abha Bansal Anubhav Bansal

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AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology January-March 2012 Contents From the Editor's Desk From the Desk of Managing Editor

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Review Programming of Child Birth Marriages ------------- 12 Justice S.N.Kapoor (Retd.) Progeny by Choice ----------------------------------------- 18 Suresh Chandra Mishra Panchang Dosha and Muhurat of birth -------------- 21 Kalpana Tiwari

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Review xHkkZèkku laLdkj ----------------------------------------------------- 60 izkpk;Z lsokjke t;iqfj;k bfPNr larku izkfIr dSls -------------------------------------- 62 jfo tSu Astrology – An Asset for Assessing ---------------- 64 K. Santhanam How to Read a Dasha ------------------------------------- 68 Dr. T.S. Vasan Hints From Nadi Astrology ------------------------------ 70 A.V. Sundram Astronomy & Astrology ---------------------------------- 72 Dr. P. V. Vartak

dqaMyh feyku vkSj ekaxfyd nks"k ------------------------ 78 dud dqekj ok".ksZ; Naadi System-Stellar Effects -------------------------- 81 Kesari Dr. NVRA Raja Is 2012 a Tsunami Year for India ? ------------------- 84 Mrs. Gayatri Devi Vasudev Jyotisha in Srimad Ramayana ------------------------ 112 Kowtha Lalith Manohar

T;ksfr"k 'kkL= dh lkFkZdrk -------------------------------- 116 ia- ?ku’;kenkl T;ksfr"kh lQyrk dh Åaph mM+ku -------------------------------------- 118 iou ds- xks;y

Vastu Medical Vaasthu ------------------------------------- 89 Acharya Dr. V. Kumar Vaasthu Pariharas ---------------------------------- 96 Prof. Dr. N.S. Murthy The Importance of Vastushastra --------------- 99 Suhas Dongre

Medical Astrology

Muhurat and Matritwa ------------------------------------ 54 Pt. Sharad Tripathi

Influence of Planets & Chakras --------------- 101 Dr. Prabhakar K. Kashyap

bfPNr larku dSls ------------------------------------------------- 56 Hkxoku lgk; JhokLro bfPNr larku izkfIr dSls -------------------------------------- 59 ia- lq[knso 'kekZ

Astrology and Diagnosis of Diseases -------- 106 Dr. Sandeep V. Binorkar

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Ultimate cure of all sufferings- Sun light/rays - 110 Acharya Punit Vora 3


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All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies® ® Head Office- X-35, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-2, New Delhi - 20, Ph : 40541000 (20 Line) Branch Office -D-68, Hauzkhas, New Delhi - 110016, Ph : 40541020 (10 Line) E-mail : mail@aifas.com, Web : www.aifas.com

NEPAL Pokhara Chapter Dr. Balaram Upadhyay Regmi Pokhara College of Astrology Post Box No-207 , Pokhara, Nepal Phone/Fax: 00977-61-540347 Mob : 9856020914 Kathmandu Chapter Dr. K. N. Bastakoty Vastupath-7, Pragati-Tole, Dhumbarahi, GPO BOX-6660, Kathmandu, Nepal Phone: 00977-1-4433841 Fax : 00977-1-4446178

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 Web.: 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 • Shri 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 • 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 • Pt. Gopal Sharma Institute of Vastu and Joyful Living B-292, Sarswati Vihar, Delhi-110034 Ph: 011-27030966/67, 65169566, 27020736 Mob: 9810100533, 9313754200 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 Web: 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

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 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

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

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

Faridabad Chapter • Smt. Nidhi Agarwal Bhavishya Gyan Jyotish Kendra H.No. 1566, Sector-7E, Faridabad-121006 (Haryana) Ph : 0129-4061258, 4061256 Mob : 09871449996

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

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

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Kurukshetra Chapter • Sh. Suresh Kumar Mishra Shiv Jyotish & Vastu Kendra #935, Ward - 5A, Shree Durga Devi Mandir, P.O-Pipli- 136131, Kurukshetra (Haryana) Mob: 08930000839, 08930000659 Email:info@shivastrovastu.com shivastrovastu@gmail.com Web: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 • Sri Raj Kumar Srivastava Chitragupta Nagar, Ward No. 22 Post - Jhumri Telaiya Dist - Kodarama - 825409, Jharkhand Mob : 09934125123 Email : astroraj80@yahoo.com 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

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Chapters KARNATAKA Bangalore Chapter-I • Sh. T. V. Laxminarsimhiah Jyothir Mandiram, 39, 2nd Main, 2nd Stage, West Chord Road, Bangalore-560086 Phone: 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 Phone: 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 Phone: 0836-2284413, Mob: 09341881773 MAHARASHTRA Mumbai 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 Web.: astrology24x7.com Pune Chapter • Sh. Prashant Manda Vastu & Fengsui Res. Centre C./o Mr. Balasaheb Pulee Flat No.-6, Shanti Niketan Society 1215/2, Krupa Kulkarnipath, Apte Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune (Mah.) 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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Betul Chapter • Pt. Hirendra Shukla Sidhidaatri Jyotish 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-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 • 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 H.No.-20, Street No.-3, Vijay Nagar, Batala Road, Amritsar (Pb.) Ph. : 0183-2274859, Mob.09417102970 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 EvamAnusandhan Kendra C/o Bhartiya Gopal Model High School, Gopal Nagar Railway Road, Nakodar, Jalandhar (Pb.) Ph. : 01821-221787, Mob. 09872133518 Jalandhar Chapter-I • 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, Sh. Suresh Atray, F-231,Kitchlu Nagar, Ludhiana (Pb.) Ph.:01624-223356, 0161-2408179, 2432308 Mo.:09814034023, 9357440102 Email: jagdambagaur@hotmail.com Pathankot Chapter • Mrs. Kailash Verma Cosmic Institute of Vastu Sciences Near Kapoor Nursing Home,Pathankot (Pb.) Phone: 0186-2235727, 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 • Harish Kumar Malik 2nd Floor, 5C, Seetal Complex, Baradari, Rajbaha Road, Near CMO Residence, Patiala - 147001 Mob : 09871408417 Email : harishmalik76@gmail.com 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

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From The Editor's Desk Programming birth of Child Astrologically Modern era is the era of science. Man has always tried to control nature. Many diseases have been controlled by the advancement of medical sciences. Data provided by the census proves that mortality rate has increased. Agricultural scientists are trying to develop disease free plants and trees through the genetics. Better qualities of Fruits, vegetables and grains are available as a result of the development in the agricultural science. Green revolution has increased agricultural productivity. Now we get comparatively better quality of agricultural products which can be preserved for a longer time. Plants start giving fruits in a short span of time. Formerly wheat plant used to produce wheat when it was 3 or 4 feet long but now a days one or two feet long wheat plant start producing wheat. The advancement of the agricultural science made it possible to produce more with limited resources. Similarly researches are being conducted on animals. Scientists are trying to develop a type of genes in the animals which can improve their immunity .The day is not far when such kinds of experiments will be conducted on human beings. Right now these types of experiments on human beings are not being conducted. This may be 8

mainly due to some fear like to avoid any unwanted repercussions, misuse of these developments or this may adversely affect human social values because Scientists are not very sure about the results of the genetic changes in the human beings and they know that once this has spread in general public it will be very difficult to take it back. Astrology can be a very good alternative for this. As we know that future of the individual depends on his birth time. If horoscope or planetary positions are changed than future of the native will automatically change. Thus by changing horoscope we can change future of the native. Nowadays development in medical science has made possible to get delivery of the child through surgery at desired time. Now the time of the birth of the child and his future can be decided before the birth of the child. But the question is, is the birth through the surgery is the right time of the birth? Let us discuss this first. As we know that when the respiratory system fails death of the native takes place. Similarly soul enters in the body when child breathes first. Child is only a part of mother’s body before the soul enters into child’s body. Heart, limbs and senses of the child start working as earlier. Thus AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a the starting of heart beat of the child in the womb of his mother cannot be called his time of birth. At the time of death Heart beat and breathes of the person end together but heart beat and breathes of an infant start at different time. One thing that is always a matter of discussion is that what time should be selected as the birth time of the native. Whether it should be when the head of the child comes out or the whole body of the child comes out or when his/her naval cord is cut. These all times cannot be taken as birth time because infant does not breathe himself/ herself at these times. The actual birth time is when child starts crying and child starts crying when his first breathe comes. Hence the actual birth time is the time when the child takes his/her first breathe. By changing this time we can change fortune of the native and that is in a natural way. It is not possible to change the fortune of the native completely because delivery dates of the child cannot be adjusted more than two or three days. But a significant change in the fortune of the child can be brought by deciding suitable ascendant for the birth. This can be done after ascertaining the planetary position on a particular day. There is another way that we can decide the month of the birth of the child first and decide the time of conception accordingly by counting months in reverse order from the date we decide for the birth of the child. We can select an auspicious muhurata of the birth so that there could be least problem and suffering to the mother and health of the child is good. But the future of the native mainly depends on the time of his birth. Ascendant of the birth should be selected carefully while selecting the time of birth. By selecting proper ascendant we can decide the placement of the planets in different houses of the horoscope. We should select the ascendant in such a way that maximum planets come in the auspicious houses in the horoscope or most of the planets should be in the Kendra and trines from the ascendant and the lord of the ascendant and Moon are in strength. In this way the health of the child can be decided. If we want that native

should earn name, fame, power and position then we should try to keep all the planets in or around the ascendant or tenth house. For wealth maximum planets should be in the artha trine and second and eleventh house and their lords should be strong. For good education ascendant, fifth and ninth house should be strong and maximum planets should be in these houses. For good luck ascendant and ninth house should be strong and for strength and initiative select third and tenth house. Ensure that what planetary period native is going to have up to next 50 years. Dasa order which covers maximum planetary period of 6,8,12 house lords should be avoided. The birth day can be adjusted one day ahead of back if we do not get proper dasa order on a particular day. This will not bring major change in the planetary position except the position of Moon. We can change the time of birth if we want that a particular planet should come in a particular house of the horoscope without changing its sign. In some cases we can change the position of the planets by deciding the birth place. As longitudes of all the houses of the horoscope are almost equal when the place of birth is on or near the equator but as we go ahead of equator the longitudes of the houses start varying. So at the places which are far away from equator longitudes of the houses of horoscope vary. Thus with the help of astrology we can plan the birth of the child up to a certain extent and get desired child. In this way we can help the world by giving a healthy generation. There will be an International Symposium on Astrological Sciences on 26th- 27th December 2011 at Tagore Hall, paldi, Ahmedabad India. The subject will be� Programming of child birth�. More than one thousand astrologers will participate in this symposium. Lodging and Boarding will be free for Astrologers who want to attend it. O r g a n i z e r A c a d e m y o f Ve d i c A s t r o l o g y Ahmedabad. Convener AIFAS Delhi.

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From The Desk of Managing Editor Guiding Principles for Healthy Progeny The Academy of Vedic Astrology, Ahmedabad has organised an International Symposium on Astrological Sciences at Ahmedabad on 26th and 27th of December 2011 under the banner of All India Federation of Astrologers’ Societies, New Delhi and the theme of the Symposium is ‘Programming the Birth of a Child, Astrologically’. I take this opportunity to highlight the subject of procreation as explained in our ancient scriptures of Vedas (Ayurveda) and Charaka Samhita, which shall be be very much useful to young couples who plan for good progeny. All couples desire procreation of male and female progeny endowed with excellent qualities. Sons and daughters who are unintelligent, unhealthy, without healthy qualities or ‘Eunuchs’ are never desired. The method of procreating sons and daughters of excellent qualities is described in this article PREPARATORY MEASURES The couple should be treated to eliminate the TriDoshas like VATA, PITTA and KAPHA by Vamana (Emesis) and Virechana (Purgation) therapies. Then the lady should be brought to a healthy condition in stages by administering prescribed diet and Ayurvedic Kaashayam etc. and the couple should be treated with specific type of enema. The male should also be administered with ghee and milk boiled with herbs. This will help the male and female to get healthy, unafflicted and unimpaired ovum. Sweet tasting vitalising drugs should be administered to the male. They promote production of semen of good quality. COHABITATION For three days right from the day of onset of menstruation the woman should observe celibacy till the time of intercourse. As per the latest medical principles, the lady should consult her Gynaecologist/Physician and understand her ovulation period. The intercourse should take place strictly according to medical advice. During the intercourse the woman should not adopt a prone posture (lying face down), nor should be on her sides. If she maintains a prone posture during the union, then VATA gets aggravated and afflicts her uterus. If she remains on her right side during the union then KAPHA which remains in that area gets displaced and blocks the uterus. The left side is the abode of PITTA. If pressure is applied on that side during union then the ovum and sperm get burnt up. Therefore the woman should receive the seed while lying on her backside and in this posture ‘doshas’ remain in their respective sites. After the process of union the lady should allow her body to cool down. Intake of excess food, fasting, thirst, fear, dejection, grief, anger, hidden desire for another man, excessive desire for more sexual activity during or before intercourse, prevent conception or produces a deformed child. Couples who suffer from chronic ailments, and deep mental agony should not try for progeny during such period.

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a MENTAL FACULTY OF THE PROGENY Following factors determine the state of the mental faculty of the child: 1. The mental faculty of parents 2. The sounds, music and speech heard repeatedly by the pregnant woman. 3. Actions performed by the embryo in its previous life 4. Frequent desires for a particular type of mental faculty by the progeny in its previous life. MEASURES FOR MAINTENANCE OF PREGNANCY Maintaining the pregnancy is equally important and carries an important role in the life of every lady. As such, every lady should study the following factors, which are injurious to the foetus. The male members should help their wives to take utmost care on the following factors causing damage to pregnancy: 1. Miscarriage: a. Using seats which are uncomfortable, irregular and high. b. Doing difficult and unsuitable exercises. c. Intake of hot food, excessive food, or very little food. d. Injury or frequent pressure on the body. e. Frequently looking inside an abyss, deep wells and place of waterfall. f.

Travelling in rides, which are very cramped, uncomfortable and bumpy.

g. Excessive exposure to unfamiliar and unfriendly sounds. If the expectant mother resorts to the above-mentioned factors, it may result in a miscarriage. 2. Constantly sleeping on her back may result in twisting of the umbilical cord around the neck of the child. 3. Sleeping in open air, and moving alone during nighttime may result in insane progeny or attack of evil spirits on the mother’s body. 4. Vocal abuses and physical assaults may result in an epileptic progeny. 5. Habitually having excessive sex makes an ill-formed and shameless progeny. 6. Constantly given to grief makes the progeny fearful, thin and short lived. 7. Thinking ill of others makes the offspring antisocial, envious and subjugated to women. 8. Constantly given to sleep makes the offspring drowsy, dull and deficient in digestive powers. 9. Addiction to wine makes the offspring constantly thirsty, short of memory and fickle minded. 10. Addiction to non-vegetarian food makes the offspring to suffer from, diabetes, stone in bladder, roughness of hair, delayed closure or non closure of eyes. 11. Intake of excess salt will make the offspring to suffer from early onset of wrinkles in the skin, graying of hair and baldness. 12. Intake if more sour food makes the offspring to suffer from diseases of skin and eyes. 13. Addiction to pungent and stale food makes the offspring to suffer from weak body, deficient in semen or impotent. 14. Addiction to bitter food makes the offspring cachectic, weak and emaciated. Thus the parents, especially the mother desirous of an offspring endowed with excellent qualities should refrain from unwholesome diet and regimen. They should perform virtuous acts that are beneficial. Over and above that, the father should also take care to maintain healthy practices and should avoid the factors which damage the quality of semen. Guidelines given above will definitely help the prospective parents to get good and healthy progeny, there by bringing happiness in the family.

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Programming of Child Birth and Matching of Marriages Justice S.N.Kapoor {Retd.}

Programming Birth of a child astrologically is a tall order. It assumes virtually total free will and negates Runanubandhana, and Law of Karma. However, as a human effort to overcome miseries of absence of children or absence of happiness from children, it is essential to assess birth chart and few divisional charts. In view of the vast scope of the subject it has to be seen in the light of various facets of Astrology and tools for programming birth of happy, healthy and prosperous child. Part – I Birth Chart Consideration

consideration of other stalwarts.

Birth Chart: Dr. B.V. Raman in his how to judge Horoscope consider Birth Chart for happiness of children three ways (a) placement of 5th Lord in Different Bhavas, (b) Planets in 5th Bhava and (c) some important combinations. We propose to deal with them very briefly one by one.

Santan Yogas: There are hundreds of Santan and Nissantaan Yogas I am just reproducing some of the Yogas referred to by Dr. B.V. Raman in his 300 important combinations for ready reference.

(a) Placement of 5th Lords in Different Bhavas

Definition: Rahu in the 5th house, in a Navamsa other than that of Saturn, gives rise to this Yoga – 220.

In the first house the native will have few children, in second – well behaved children, in 3rd – many good children, in 4th – a few sons, in 5th – number of sons, in 6th enmity with his own son; in 7th – number of issues; in the 8th – extinction of the family; in the 9th – one of the sons attains distinction as an author or actor; in the 10th – one of the sons becomes gem of the family; in the 11th – benefits through sons; and if the 12th – there is no happiness from children, in view of life of detachment. So planning of child birth, with 5th Lord in 6th, 8th and 12th is not conducive to happiness from children. (b)Planets in 5th Bhava and long term happiness The Sun in the 5th deprives the native of children and riches; the Moon in the 5th gives a famous child amongst several; with the Mars in 5th, native suffers misfortunes through children; Mercury in 5th gives numerous children; Jupiter in the 5th also gives numerous children and shall be happy with children; Venus in 5th gives beautiful and it also indicates more female children; Saturn in 5th denotes sorrow through children; Rahu, that is the 5th causes loss of number of children; and Ketu also causes loss of children. As regards various combinations for Santan Yoga, or Nissantan Yoga, I may just refer to Jatak Tatwa Pancham Viveka. And, in order to limit the space, I am leaving subject of Beeja Sphuta and Kshetra Sphuta for the 12

220 and 221 Bhahuputra Yogas :

The same Yoga arise if the Lord of the Navamsa occupied by a planet who is in association with the 7th Lord is in the 1st, 2nd or 5th house – 221. Results: The person will have a large number of children. Dattaputra Yogas: Definition: Mars and Saturn should occupy the 5th house and the Lord of Lagna should be in a sign of Mercury, aspected by or in association with the same planet – 222 The Lord of the 7th must be posited in the 11th, the 5th Lord must join a benefic and the 5th house must be occupied by Mars or Saturn – 223. Results: The person will have adopted children. Aputra Yoga: Definition: The Lord of the 5th house should occupy a Dusthana. Results: The person will have no issues. Ekaputra Yoga: Definition: Lord of the 5th house should join a Kendra or Trikona. Results: The person will have only one son.

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Definition: If Jupiter is Lord of the 5th house and the Sun occupies a favourable position, this Yoga is caused. Results: The native will have a worthy son.

One may plan child birth also after considering 7th and 9th Lord of Birth chart and Saptamamsa chart in the light of above factors, coupled with Saptamamsa, consideration.

Kalanirdesat Putra Yogas:

Saptamamsa Consideration:

Definition: Jupiter should be in the 5th house and the Lord of the 5th should join Venus – 227

Purpose of one’s planning of birth of child may be defeated, if Saptmamsa does not permit happiness from children. For, Parashar prescribed Saptmamsa consideration by saying “Putrpautradikanam vai chintanam Saptamamsake” – Ch. 8 Shloka 2 BPHS. i.e. sons and grandsons should be considered from Saptamamsa chart.

Jupiter must also occupy the 9th from Lagna and Venus should be in the 9th from Jupiter, in conjunction with the Lord of Lagna – 228 Results: The native begets a son either in his 32nd, 33rd or 40th year. Kalanirdesat Putranasa Yogas: Definition: Rahu must occupy the 5th house, the Lord of the 5th must be in conjunction with a malefic and Jupiter should be debilitated – 229 Malefics should be disposed in the 5th from Jupiter and Lagna – 230 Results: The person will suffer loss of issues in his 32nd and 40th years respectively. NAVAMSA CONSIDERATION For happiness from children, it would be better that: (i) Lagnesh, Panchmesh, and Navmesh should not be in Navamsas of Saturn and Mars on one hand excepting Saturn and Mars in their own Navamsa as Lagnesh Panchamesh and Navmesh; (ii) Nor, they should be 6th, 8th, and 12th; (iii) Nor, they should be combust, nor debilitated (in Rasi and Navamsa), nor retrograde; It would be desirable if (iv) They are in Pushkar Navamsa – 7th and 9th in Agni Tatwa Rasi; 3rd and 5th Prithvi Tatwa Rasi; 6th and 8th in Vayu Tatwa Rasis; and 1st and 3rd in Jala Tatwa Rasis; (v) They are in Vargottama Navamsa – 1st in Chara Rasi, 5 th in Sthir Tatwa Rasis; and 9 th in Dwiswabhava Rasi; (vi) They in Pancham Navamsa in all Rasis. These Navamsa normally give excellent results excepting when the planets in these Navamsa, is weak in Asthaka Varga. In case of Farukh Abdulla Panchamamsa Mars is in Sagittarius in 210 25’ in Pushkar Navamsa. One may correlate with birth of Omar Abdulla. In case of Nehru Mars Panchamesh is in Virgo 9058’ in Pushkar Navamsa. Appreciate and connect with AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

In so far as happiness and prosperity through children is concerned, in Saptamamsa chart one must consider following factors:1. Lagnesh of birth chart in Shubha Saptamamsa and in Kendra or Trikona of Saptamamsa Lagna chart avoiding 6th; 8th and 12th. 2. Similarly examine Jupiter, Shiv Karaka of Saturn Sukha i.e. its placement in Shubha Saptamamsa in Kendra or Trikona avoiding 6th, 8th, and 12th of Saptamamsa. 3. Consider Lagna of Saptamesh for general results of happiness and prosperity through children in general. 4. Consider 5th house of Saptamamsa for 1st child along with Panchamesh of birth chart and of Saptamamsa chart. 5. Similarly consider 7th house of Saptmesh of birth chart and of Saptamamsa chart. 6. Consider similarly 9th house of birth chart and Saptamamsa chart along with 9th Lords of birth chart and Saptamamsa for considering (a) 3rd child (b) first grandchild. The great Parashar or Rishi has divided Rasis in 7 Divisions and has named them. In it starts from the sign occupied by the Lagna and the planet, while in even sign it starts from the 7th sign counted from the sign of Lagna and occupied by the planet. It is reproduced in Tabular from as under for ready reference: The aforesaid names give results according to their names. Sage Parashar has given an important clue through named significators, to under stand the tendencies of a child and its impact on the life of native for aforesaid purpose of happiness and prosperity. However, a word of caution is essential for these indications are relative and not absolute and stand modified by benefic and malefic affluence – seen through Shadbala, Vaisheshikamsa and Asthakvarga 13


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Kshara - (0 to 4.17.8’ 57’ in odd sign & 25 42’53" in even signs): Kshar means corrosive, caustic, acid, pungent, and saline. It is associated with Sanskrit proverbs which mean “to aggravate the pain which is already unbearable”; “to make bad worse”; and “to add insult to injury.” If the native is born in Kshar Saptamamsa, he has no comfort from the children. They aggravate the pain and agony as well as add insult to injury. The native suffers humiliation, anxiety and grief because of them. This rule is applicable not only to Lagna but also to 5 th, 7th, and 9 th Lords of Birth chart as well as Saptamamsa chart, as well as Sthir Karaka Jupiter. In case of a native Jupitor, the Sun and Ketu in Kshar Saptamamsa in the 3rd from the Lagna in Meena in Vargottama Navamsa – the Jupiter is being combust, the native has lost his only son. Ksheera - 4017.8’57" to 8034’17" in odd signs and 21025’43" to 25042’52" in even signs): Ksheera means milk. Milk is Satwik and nourishing in nature. If the natal ascendant in Saptamamsa indicates that children of the native will be of Satwik nature, and would provide nourishing care and 14

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comforts of the native; and would enhance social and economic status of the native. In the case of Shukh Abdullah Saturn in Aquarius is of 4040’ in Ksheer Saptamamsa. Just realize his relations with his son Farukh Abdullah. Dadhi – (8014’17" to 12051’25 in odd signs and 1708’34" to 21025’43 in even signs): Dadhi is curd or yoghurt, coagulated milk, or say sour thick milk. If the native is born in Dadhi Saptamamsa, the native is blessed with steady, sober, soft and attractive children. Though children maintain their identity by expressing their own independence views but bow before the logic and decision of the native and thus keep the prestige of the native – rather they also try and tend to enhance social and economic status of the native, by providing disciplined nourishing care to the native. In the case of Sheikh Abdulla Lagna Tula of 12005’ is in Dadhi Saptamamsa and his son Farukh Abdullah who himself is a doctor, one could imagine the kind of care he would have provided to his father. Ajyam – (12051’25" to 1708’34" in odd as well as even sign): Ajyam means clarified butter, ghee and its purity is to be preserved for it offered in obtain Ahuti in Havana to a deity. As such it is not just clarified butter in everybody’s kitchen. It implies that if the Ascendant of a native falls in Ajyam Saptamamsa, he is blessed with righteous, religiously, inclined, respectful and famous children and nourish and nurse the native with AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a name, fame, and prosperity to the native as well as nourishment for Ajyam provides nourishment to the body, mind and spirit, as well. Mrs. Indira Gandhi had Mars, 5th Lord of Lagna in Scorpio 16022’ and Jupiter – 9th Lord of Lagna as well as Saptamamsa – in Taurus 15000’ and connect with Rajiv Gandhi, as well as Rahul, Priyanka and Varun Gandhi. However, I must draw attention to limits and constraints of efficacy of Saptamamsa – caused by Mrutyu Bhaya, Gruha Yuddha, and Krura Shastiyamsa. In the case of a Capricorn native Venus 5th Lord of Lagna and Mars 5th Lord of Saptamamsa both are in Ajyam, but the only son was lost in 1984. Venus 14017’ Taurus is in Mrutyu Bhaya. Mars 13036’48" also in Taurus, hence there is Gruha Yuddha between the two. The Moon of 13023’ is also in Taurus. All the three are in Krura Shastiyamsa also: the Moon is in Ghora; Mars is in Davagani and Venus is in Kaala Shastiyamsa. In Sarvashtakavarga there are just 21 Bindus in 5th house. Moon has 3 Bindu in Taurus in its own Ashtakavarga while Mars has also 3 there and Venus has 4 Bindu in its own Ashtakavarga all the three are in Ajyam Saptamamsa. All the beneficence of the Moon, Venus and Mars all the three in Pushkar Navamsa, Vargottama Navamsa, and Panchamamsa, Ashwini, Dwadasamsa, Indra Trimsamsa could not save the son of the native. It should mean that Mrutyu Bhaya and Gruha Yuddha could wash off all the above said beneficence of the three planets. Ikchhurasa (1708’34" to 21025’43" in odd signs and 8034’17" to 12051’35" in even signs): Ikchhurasa means sugarcane juice. It is sweet and nourishing. Children of a native are born with Ascendant in Ikchhurasa Saptamamsa though sweet in nature, and comforting, but firm and straight forward, without showing total disregard to the native. They may accept decisions of the native just for sheer regard to the native despite disagreements. Sometimes disagreement may predominate. If the 5th, 7th or 9th Lords of Saptamamsa are in this Saptamamsa, the eldest, the second and 3rd child may be behave in the same fashion respectively. Take the case of Vijay Raj Scindhia her Venus in Leo 19039’ for Gemini Ascendant 15034 and Ascendant of Saptamamsa Lagna is in Ikchhurasa, the virtual tag end her life difference between the mother and her son Madhav Rao Scindhia led to litigation between them. Maddya Saptamamsa – (21025’43" to 25042’52" in odd signs and 4017.8’57" to 8014’17" in even signs) Madhya means intoxicating, gladdening, exhilarating AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review effect caused by spirituous liquor, wine, or any other intoxicating drink. If the native is born in Madhya Saptamamsa his children may be from loving, easy going, joyful and help the native to have an enjoyable life. Sheikh Abdullah had Jupiter as well as Lagna Lord of Saptamamsa – again Jupiter 7027’ in Taurus in Maddya. Shuddha Jala – (25042’52" to 300 in odd sign and 00 to 4017.8’ 57" in even signs): Shuddha Jala means pure water. A native born with Ascendant in Shuddha Jala Saptamamsa is blessed with chaste, religiously inclined, transparent and innocent children with clean and upright habits. Ordinarily such children are source soothing comfort, honour and happiness to the native, if there is no affliction. But they are proving to fall pray of mischievous, deceitful, devious friends. They need protection against the company of bad people. Sheikh Abdulla had his Lagna Lord Venus 02030’ in Scorpio and this Venus in Shuddha Jala influenced Mars, by occupying Scorpio owned by Mars; and, in Saptamamsa Mars is 5th Lord influenced by Venus. In case of Farukh Abdullah also Lagna Lord and Karaka for children Jupiter in Sagittarius is of 26038’ in Shuddha Jala; is aspecting the Moon 5th Lord the 5th in Cancer in Ikchhurasa Saptamamsa, by its 5th aspect. Dwadasamsa Consideration: According to Shlokas of 66 to 69 of Ch. 36 Raja Yogadhyaya of B.P.H.S of Dr. Suresh Chandra Misra, planets in 1st, 4th, 7th and 10th Dwadasamsa are Raj Yoga Kaaraka. They fall in Kendra of Kaala Chakra i.e. natural zodiac. In the case of Mrs. Indira Gandhi Mars 5th Lord is of 16022’, hence in 7th Dwadasamsa – named as Mohan indicating nature of Rajiv Gandhi and his Raja Yoga despite his initial reluctance to join politics. Santan Karaka Jupiter (a) 150.00‘06" in Taurus in Mohan Dwadasamsa is 9th Lord in Lagna as well as in Saptamamsa is respectively placed in 11th and in 8th along with Rahu. In birth chart he is in 11th and he is dispositor of Rahu indicating love marriage of Rajiv as well as present status of Mrs. Sonia Gandhi indicated by Jupiter aspected by the Sun and Mars in Mohan Dwadasamsa. In Saptamamsa, Jupiter(R) being 9th Lord, indicates Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka and Varun Gandhi. Jupiter(R) is in 8th in Saptamamsa, with Rahu. Varga Consideration, in my humble view, should not be made in isolated consideration of one of the Vargas. It should be a composite study of all related Vargas. Jai Muni of Dhruva Nadi II fame had suggested minimum consideration of birth chart, Hora, Drekkana, Trimsamsa and Navamsa. But my experiments on 15


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Tabulated Saptamamsa Indications of some of the Celebrities Sun Scorpio 04007’ Shudhjal

Moon Capricorn 5037’ Maddya

Mars Leo 16022’ Ajyam

Mercury Scorpio(R) 13014’ Ajyam

Jupiter Taurus(R) 15000’06" Ajyam

Libra 12005’ Dadhi

Scorpio 19036’ Dadhi

Capricorn 20010’ Dadhi

Sagittarius Taurus(R) 08035’ 07027’ Dadhi Maddya

Sagi. 18028’ Ikchhurasa

Libra 4028’ Ksheer

Pisces 02043’ Shuddha jala Aries 23035’ Maddya

Gemini 15034’ Ajyam Scorpio 07035’ Shuddha Jala Leo 10019’ Dadhi Aries 4018’ Ksheer Cancer 23042 Ksheer

Virgo 25035’ Ksheer Aquarius 24044’ Ksheer

Taurus 9025’ Ikchhurasa Sagittarius 13018’ Ajyam

Scorpio 5055’ Maddya

Taurus 21040’ Ksheer Aries 23027’ Maddya Scorpio 0015’ Shuddha Jala Scorpio 22001’ Ksheer

Sagi. 1020’ Kshar

Sagi. 13011’ Ajyam

Venus Sagittarius 21000’ Ikchhurasa

Saturn Cancer 21047’ Ksheer

Rahu Sagitta. 09012’ Dadhi

Ketu Gemini 09012’ Dadhi

Aquarius 04040’ Ksheer

Leo 01031’ Kshar

Aquarius 01031’ Kshar

Pisces 6048’ Maddhya

Scorpio 13034’ Ajyam

Taurus 13034’ Ajyam

Leo 14041’ Ajyam Gemini 10045’ Dadhi

Scorpio 2032’ Shudhjal Gemini 23018’ Maddya

Taurus 2032’ Shudhjal Saggi. 23018’ Maddya

Capricorn 29033’ Shudhjal Pisces 9045’ Ikchhurasa Cancer 17054’ Dadhi

Scorpio 02030’ Shuddha Jala Sagittarius Virgo Sagittarius Virgo 21025’ 28058’ 26038’ 8059’ Maddya Shuddha Shuddha Ikchhurasa Jala Jala Leo Libra Cancer Leo 8049’ 6020’ 2107’ 19039’ Dadhi Ksheer Ksheer Ikchhurasa Capricorn Pisces Virgo Aries 24010’ 2001’ 00006’ 5030’ Maddya Shuddha Shuddha Ksheer Jala Jala Leo Aries Gemini Aries 4047’ 29015’ 28020’ 26033’ Ksheer Shudhjal Shudhjal Shudhjal Taurus Aries Cancer Aries 29033’ 6011’ 25052’ 21056’ Kshar Ksheer Kshara Maddya Virgo Libra Sagitta. Libra 9058’ 17008’ 15010’ 7021’ Ikchhurasa Ikchhurasa Ajyam Ksheer

Sagittarius 29030’ Shudhjal Leo 10044’ Dadhi Leo 10047’ Dadhi

Pisces 19018’ Dadhi Sagi. 23042’ Maddya Gemini 11026’ Dadhi

Virgo 19018’ Dadhi Gemini 23042’ Maddhya Sagittarius 11026’ Dadhi

Aries 24035’ Maddya

Capricorn 7040’ Maddya

Scorpio 20045’ Dadhi

Scorpio 13027’ Ajyam

Libra 6022’ Ksheer

Aquarius 11019’ Dadhi

Sagitta. 2000' Dadhi

Gemini 2000’ Dadhi

Sagi. 2106’ Ikchhurasa

Leo 2408’ Maddya

Scorpio 21044’ Ksheer

Virgo 00007’ Shuddha Jala

Scorpio 15026’ Ajyam

Capricorn Aqua. 10040’ 16054’ Ikchhurasa Ajyam

Leo 16054’ Ajyam

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Name Indira. G. 19.11.1917 23:15 PM Allahabad Sheikh Abdulla 5.12.1905 04:15 hrs. Shrinagar Farukh Abdullah 21.10.1937 12.30 PM Vijaya.R.S. 12.10.1919 23.00Gwalior Madhav R.Scindhia Mar 1945 1.00 Gwalior Sunil Dutt 6.6.1931 11.30 Khurd Motilal Nehru 6.5.18614. 30A.M,Agra(U.P) J.L. Nehru 14.11.1889 11.00 PM Allahabad Dharmendra 8.12.1935 6.00 A.M Ludhiana D.B. Ambani 28.12.1932 6.37 AM Ghorwad,Guj.


a hundreds of horoscope have led me to include in this consideration Dasmamsa, Dwadasamsa, and Shastiyamsa. I never thought it would be such a wonderfully rewarding experiment and experience. Due to paucity of time, I could not take up Drekkana, Trimsamsa, Dasmamsa, and just touched Dwadasamsa and Shastiyamsa. Selecting Dasa in Programming Child Birth According to Jataka Parijat, following house Lords are capable of giving of birth to a child: (a) Jupiter himself, and 5th house Lord from him; (b) Moon himself and 5th Lord from him; (c) 5th Lord from Lagna; (d) 9th Lord from Jupiter; (e) 9th Lord from the Moon; (f) 0th Lord from the Lagna; (g) Planet aspecting 5th house; (h) Planet occupying 5th house; (i) One may add Jaimini’s Putra Kaaraka also. In addition to it is also said that Nakshatra Lord indicated by Sphuta of Panchmesh plus Saptamesha is also capable of giving a son, along with planet conjunct with it or aspected by it. Jataka Parijat suggests that (a) 5 th Lord, (b) Putrakaraka Jupiter, (c) planet aspecting 5th, and (d) planet occupying 5th house must be strong (in Shadbala, Varga Bala and in Asthakavarga etc.) to bless the native with a son. But none of these 4 should be Lord of 6th, 8th or 12th and none of them should be weak for in that case instead of Putra Labha, loss of son would be indicated. Select Dasa preferably within 5 to 7 years from the date of marriage out of the above mentioned Dasas. In selection it should be ensured that Dasa Lord and Antar Dasa Lord should neither be debilitated, nor combust, nor involved in Gruha Yuddha, nor in Mrutyu Bhaya, nor in Krura Shastiyamsa, for such Dasa and Antar Dasa Lord shall be causing problems of different kinds leading to anxiety. Similarly they should not enemies of Lagna Lord and Rasi Lord for in that case they may not be auspicious.

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fopkj xks"Bh Review Selecting Transit while programming Child Birth: Another precaution in selecting Dasa and Antar Dasa is to ensure at least one year trouble free period. For this we may take resort to a Nadi Rule of Shubhabda. For finding Shubhabda, note Rasi and Navamsa occupied by 8th Lord, and Rasi and Navamsa in Trines to these Rasis and Navamsas; and also houses / Rasis and Navamsa aspected by 8th Lord and Rasis and Navamsa in Trials thereof. These Rasis and Navamsa indicate Krurabda when Jupiter transits through them. Rasis and Navamsas other than Krurabda indicating Rasi and Navamsa, become Shubhabda when Jupiter transits, through them. Shubhabda shall be much safer trouble free period and above one year. According to Jataka Parijat add together Sphutas of Lagnesh and Panchmesh and find out Rasi and Navamsa of this figure when Jupiter transits this Rasi and Navamsa or trines thereof, one should expect birth of a child – (considering Desh Kaala and Patra). Child birth may also be programmed in the light of circumspection and a Bhrigu Nadi Rule. Shri C.S. Patel in his “Nadi Astrology” has translated this rule as follows; Jupiter’s transit in the sign equal to Navamsa occupied by ascendant Lord or a trine thereof on the degree of its dispositor will cause birth of a son in 3rd Dasa” – (Vipattara Dasa). Shri C.S. Patel referred to perhaps his own chart to illustrate the point. In his case Lagna Lord Moon occupies Makar Navamsa ( Tula 1205’). Its trinal signs are Vrushabha and Kanya. In the 3rd Dasa of Saturn when Jupiter was transiting Kanya on it Lord Degrees 8s25013’ a son was born on 19th November 1945 and Jupiter on that date was of 25001’ in Virgo. Another Nadi rule of Deva Keralam (3) P.272 verse 5670-71 has also been referred to by Shri. C.S. Patel. This rule directs us to “Note the Navamsa, occupied by the 5th Lord or the significator Jupiter” and then points out the probability of birth of a son by saying “when transit Jupiter comes to the sign identical with the said Navamsa on the degree of that sign Lord, one will be get a son.”

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A methodical description for deducing the right moment of conception under astrological guidance. A worthy human life consists of fulfillment of desires which primarily concentrate around all worldly comforts. This mainly covers the three alshanas or aspirations, viz., the Lokeshana (desire for recognition or reputation), Vitteshan,i (desire to become wealthy) and Putreshana (desire to have progeny). Here we have to delve in to the specific canons of astrology which help us to determine whether the native can enjoy the bliss of fulfillment of Putreshana. The following is a methodical description for deducing the right moment of conception under astrological guidance.

Mars is mandatory for menstruation. In this connection, five types of planetary relations should be considered. These are: 1. Mutual exchange of rashis; 2. Mutual aspect; 3. Aspect from the dispositor; 4. Conjunction; 5. Placement in mutual Kendras or Trikonas.

Moon and Mars: The Menstrual Cycle

These relations should also be checked in Saptamsha (which indicates about comforts from descendants), navamsha (the soul of the chart) and Dwadashamsha (the division prescribed for parenthood).

The classics reveal that in female natives, the Moon and Mars together are responsible for their menstrual cycle. The existence of this cycle is a prerequisite for conception.

When the above-mentioned relation between Mars and the Moon is absent in a female's natal chart, the cycle remains disturbed and the capacity for childbearing is questionable.

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Jupiter and Venus: Ovum and Sperms In the female, under a natural process every month, the ovarian follicle ruptures and releases the ovum, which moves through either of the two Fallopian tubes toward the lumen of the uterus. The conception occurs when the ovum meets with the sperm. A fruitful union of the two depends on the coincidence of Aadhana (fertile sexual union) within a prescribed limit of time.

That is: 'Every month, females undergo the Aartava (bleeding) and this is because of the disposition of the Moon and Mars in natal chart as well as the then transit of Mars and the Moon. In this natural process, their cycle may vary by three days.'(Maasam, i.e., 75, divided by 12, with a remainder of 3, according to the Katapayadi method) We know that, having obtained adequate direction from the Pituitary gland, the hormones estrogen and progesterone in a female body undergo activation. This promotes the development of the internal layer of the uterus or womb. And that melts and flows out in the form of 'blood' if the ovum is not fertilized within the cycle. An average period of the cycle (28 days) fairly corresponds with the duration of a sidereal lunar month (27 days and 7hours). Hence, in a female, the ability to menstruate depends on Mars and the Moon, respectively signifying blood and hormones. The transit of these two is also to be considered at the appearance of the menses. In a female chart, any relation between the Moon and 18

However, the longevity of an ovum and sperrn, after their release, is estimated to be seventy two hours and thirty-six hours respectively, but the conception from an aged sperm and ovum may lead to abnormalities in a child, Therefore, an early meeting of the two is highly desirable. We know that Jupiter and Venus represent progeny as well as the generative organs, their adequate function and fertility According to Badarayana, 'From the natal Moon of a male, the Moon transiting in 3, 6, 10, 11 rash is, gives rise to a successful conception when it receives aspect from Jupiter or Venus,' Classics establish that a weak Jupiter for females and a weak Venus for males, particularly in houses 7 and 8, manifests as disturbed function of the ovary AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a (factory of ovam) and testis (factory of sperms). Saturn and Gulika: Death and Birth Saturn and Gulika together signify the negative aspects of life, hence they are the Kaarakas of life and longevity, creation and annihilation, or birth and death in their interrelated forms. Saturn and Gulika, in a favourable disposition, are essential for these aspects. Saturn controls the nervous system and, therefore, a proper functioning of all organs depends on it. Classics reveal that Saturn alone can manifest bliss of parentage, altering any adverse planetary combinations for progeny.

lkSjks·fi iqatUedj% izfn"V%A Sun: The God of Delivery In the Vedas, the Sun, being lord of generation, is described as the god of delivery of a child. It controls smoothness and success in this venture. It is stated thus in the Vedas: lfork izlokukef/kifr% l ekeoRofLeu~A That is: 'I (the expectant mother) pray to the Sun for bestowing the fullest protection upon me during pregnancy as well as at the time of delivery'.' Although the Sun rules specifically over the fourth as well as the last month of pregnancy, a good disposition of the Sun is essential also for conception as well as a successful delivery. It has been thus made clear in an ancient classic: 'The Sun represents ability of conception, Venus the sperms, Mars the menses and the Moon the overall welfare of the foetus.' Mercury: The Umbilical Cord The umbilical cord is ruled by Mercury. Through this umbilical cord, the foetus gets life from the body of the mother. Hence, Mercury, being significator of our mind and brain, also represents the umbilical cord as well as the circulation of the baby, thus signifying a link between the mother and the baby. Child-Birth: A Composite Scheme It would now be apparent that the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn together render their support to the new arrival even as they determine the fixation of the moment of successful or fertile union. Therefore, the sages state that this entire creation or Jagat falls under the command of planets. They ranked all the seven planets as Monthlords for the first seven months of pregnancy and the Sun, the Moon and the lord of the lagna (at conception) have rule over the remaining three months. During pregnancy, a weak planet falling in association AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review with Rahu/Ketu, Gulika or its dispositor, leads to trouble for the baby as well as for the mother. Detecting the Release of a Fertile Ovum We know that a female gf:neraliy produces one ovum a month while a drop of semen generally has thousands of sperms. During the process of ovulation, when the egg or the ovum sets out with aspiration of being united with one of the millions of sperms, one cannot predict the fate of that ovum. Whether it will fertilize or die before arriving at its destination is too difficult to say. It is commonly known that it comes out almost at the middle of the menstrual cycle. A simple way of fixing the day is in practice. When a female in the mornings tends to have her body temperature about 0.5 degree higher, that is the likely day of its release from the ovary. Although any sort of sensual play is prohibited during menses, but pregnancy (fertilization of j the ovum by the sperm) in this period is not impossible. Similarly instances of conception taking place in the last week of the cycle are not unknown. The classics state that 'For about three or four days, females undergo the bleeding every month. This cycle starts at around the twelfth year and stops around the age of fiftyone. In the case of a normal cycle, sages had considered prime likelihood of bearing a child right from the fifth to the twenty-first day of the cycle. Astrology might help determine the day of ovulation with some ease as well as accuracy. An Obvious Question Answered While several fertile couples enjoy their sexual life without any protection, not all of such sexual unions end up as conceptions. It is fate or destiny only that makes the ovum meet a lucky sperm! Sages establish that the planetary position at the commencement of menses is responsible for whether or not the ovum would successfully meet a sperm and end up fertilized. A successful conception is assured only when it is supported by a favourable planetary transit. The following description is applicable to those who are physically intact, with their generative organs anatomically and physiologically normal. Step-1 • Take note of the rashis (of the natal Moon) of the couple. • Erect a chart of the planetary position for the moment of starting of menses. • Check for whether the Moon transits in 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12 rashis from the natal Moon of the female. 19


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In that month, the ovum has great possibility of getting fertilized as and when the Moon establishes any of the above-mentioned relation with Mars. Without relation with Mars, the ovum ends in nullity.

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Similarly the Moon should transit in 3, 6, 10, 11 rashis from the natal Moon of the male. The fertilization ensues when such a Moon establishes any relation with Jupiter and/or Venus. Especially, relation of the Moon with a strong Venus is highly extolled. Without relation with Jupiter/Venus, conception does not occur even if the couple enjoy sensual pleasures normally. This method may be applied to check at the time of conception. Contrary is the result if the Moon obtains a reverse position.

In simple words, we can grasp the matter in this manner. When the natal Moon of the couple meets the above-mentioned conditions, they should proceed further for parentage. The Moon, Mars, Jupiter and Venus should be strong in disposition and free from any malefic conjunction. Any weakness of these planets may give rise to adverse situations in conception or in gestation. The Ovum Unites Sages state that the ovum can unite with the sperm when it appears on the day arrived at in a manner as follows. • • • • •

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Add together the longitudes of the Moon, Mars and Gulika at the moment when menses break out for the month. Find the Nakshatra of the sum thus obtained and check whether it is associated with Jupiter. Also find the nakshatra occupied by Jupiter at the same moment and its Trikona as well as the fourteenth nakshatras. Now, thus, five nakshatras would be in hand. When the Moon transits in any of these

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nakshatras, the ovum may be released from the ovary subject to its relation with Jupiter and Mars. Support from Venus will be an additional qualification. The ovum fertilizes when the male and female both fulfil the above conditions in regard to their natal Moons. From the commencement of menses, four days are prohibited for conception. The day number should be known by repeatedly adding twentyfour hours to the time of menses.

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Lagna at menses should be added to Yamakantaka (one-eighth part of a day or night ruled by Jupiter); Consider rashi itself or navamsha rashi in the sum thus obtained;

Alternate Method-2 Add Lagna, Yamakantaka, Gulika and the Moon at menses. Similarly consider the rashi in the sum for the Moon. Supportive Yogas The following Yogas at the time of commencement of the menses support successful conception: 1. Conjunction of Gulika and the Moon; 2. Conjunction of any two of the fifth lords from the lagna, the Moon and Jupiter; 3. Conjunction of Mars and the Moon, 4. Mars aspecting the Moon. 5. Natural benefics in house 9, 6. Conjunction of Gulika and the fifth lord, 7. Aspect of the fifth lord on Gulika, 8. Any of the above in the navamsha, 9. Venus in house 5 or 1, 10. Lagna lord and Gulika in mutual kendras, 11. Jupiter in houses 1,5,7 or 9 12. Strong house 5 and its lord, 13. Mars in house 5 in Mesha, Simha, Vrishchika or Meena and aspected by or associated with Jupiter. These supportive yogas are also to be considered at the time of union. In absence of any supportive yoga at union, the conception may lead to a miscarriage.

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the emotions, temperament, health, nature and prosperity of the native. Formerly the time of human birth was not under the control of the individual. Nowadays the advancement of medical science has made it possible. Now parents want to get their child delivered on an auspicious day and time. Many prospective parents approach astrologers to get an auspicious time and date for the delivery of child. Astrologers give them auspicious time and date of delivery in accordance to the favorable planetary positions. If the Panchang of the birth is auspicious along with suitable planetary positions, then it can make the life of the native very successful and as preferred. If there is panchang dosha in the horoscope then benific yogas in the horoscope may not be able to give proper result. Panchang of the day of the birth if carefully selected can strengthen benific effect and nullify the malefic effects of the natal planets. It can enhance the potential of the native by giving him additional qualities. So it is essential to analyse the Panchang of the birth of the native to understand his true potential which we may not understand purely through the natal chart. Panchang :Panchang has five basic parts. Each part of the panchang denotes different elements of the Universe. Tithi or the lunar day which denoted watery element, Vara or the solar day signifies fiery element, Nakshatra or the constellation is airy element, Yoga refers to ether, Karan denotes to Earthy element. An astrologer should select suitable tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga, karan and Vara and avoid inauspicious combinations present in panchang . It is very important that some important flaws or dosha related to panchang should be avoided while selecting date of delivery. Let us discuss in detail what dosha in panchang an astrologer should avoid while deciding the time of birth of the child to reduce the adversities and sufferings from his life. 21


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Review Panchang dosha Deblitation of Sun or Moon Sun is the soul of universe and whatever support we get from this world are because of Sun only. Sun is also the significator of health and vitality. The Sun gets debilitated in the sign Libra. Birth during the month when the Sun is in the sign Libra can give a fluctuating career, matrimonial disharmony and problem in the birth of the child. The Sun remains for one month in a sign so it is impossible to delay the date of delivery for one month. If an astrologer has to select the date of delivery during this period then he should take some precautions like Do not select the date when sun is at exact degrees of debilitation and that is 10 degrees of Libra. the lord of the sign Libra Venus should not be combust or debilitated. It will be better if Venus is in the sign Libra (not combust) with Sun giving neech bhang raj yoga to Sun. Jupiter’s aspect on this is an added advantage. Similarly do not select the time when Moon is in debilitation sign Scorpio specially at 3 degrees. Select the time when moon is paksha bali. Also try to fix a date when Moon is transiting in the sign where Jupiter is posited or it is transiting in Kendra to jupiter. Sankranti Birth : Sankranti is the day when sun changes it sign and this whole day is considered malefic. If the birth is on sankranti the position of Sun adversely effects the significations of the house where it is posited in the horoscope. Sankranti birth also decreases the strength and harms the significations of the lord of the day of birth in the life of the native. When Sankranti falls in the signs of Aries and Libra it is called Vishuat Samkranti, When it falls in the signs Cancer, and Capricorn it is called Ayana Samkranti. During these Sankrantis the day on which Sankranti falls, its former day and next day should be avoided for any auspicious ceremony. For other Sankrantis The longitude of sun from 29.45 degrees in one sign to 00.15 degrees in the succeeding sign is not considered favorable. Saarpa sheesha : It is the one of the most inauspicious disposition of the sun and the Moon. It happens when Sun and the Moon together transit either in the third or fourth pada of Anuradha nakshatra. Birth during this frame of time may result in incurable disease or short life and his destiny never flourish. So be sure that there should not be Saarpa Sheesha. Chaturdashi and Amavaysa : Chaturdasi and Amavaysa are considered highly inauspicious for selecting as the time of the birth The person born during these tithes is tormented by fluctuating 22

fortunes and very much ups and downs in life. It brings untold miseries to the native. A lady born in this Tithi is said to become a widow early. Those who are born on Amavaysa tithi should go for suitable remedial measures Since Rahu is the lord of this tithi and it afflicts the Sun and Moon, the remedy lies in worshipping sun and Moon in the direction of Rahu (South-West). Then great wealth is obtained through foreign connections & trade, or from mines etc. from below the ground. A female born in such a combination also begets three sons after the remedial measures. Krishna-Chaturdasi : The Krishna Paksha Chaturdasi Tithi occurs when the Moon is at a distance of 336o to 348o from the Sun. it is also called Narka (Hell) Chaturdasi. This span of 12o is divided into six parts of 2o each with the results as follows Part Extent (Mo-Su) 1st 336-338 2nd 338-340 3rd 340-342 4th 342-344 5th 344-346 6th 346-348

Results Remarks Auspicious and good results Destruction or death of Father Death of Mother Death of maternal uncle Destruction of the lineage Death or destruction of the native

Yamgantha yoga : Gulick when in close conjunction with lagna or lagna lord it gives unexpected troubles and makes the native a dull, a glutton, sick and cruel. If Gulick is in the close conjunction with the lagna or lagna lord then the lagna lord should be in strength and posited in the Kendra from lagna. Maha pata or kranti samya : Maha pata or Kranti Samya is the occasion when the declination of the Sun and the moon become equal. When tropical longitude of Sun and Moon equals 180 or 360 degrees the maha paata time is at its peak. The natal lagna falling at the maha paata cusp leads to numerous hurdles in the life of the native. 22nd Nakshatra : Lagna, lagna lod and key planets of the horoscope should not be in the 22nd nakshatra from the birth nakshatra as this results in sabotage, subversion or destruction. Lagna Gandanta : Lagna Gandanta exists in the junction of water & fire signs for duration of 1 Ghatika 15 Vighatika each in the end/beginning respectively. The second half of water sign and first half of fire signs have this Gandanta (However, most authorities agree that the Gandanta is in the related constellation).The Lagna falling in any of these points causes Lagna Gandanta Lagna Gandanta results in the loss of intelligence. Rashi Gandantha : The Moon in these quarters causes Rasi Gandanta. Rasi Gandanta may results in premature death or loss of longevity. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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in vish ghatika causes death or considerably short span of lie. The moon should not be in vish ghatika while selecting the muhurat of delivery.

Moola-Nivasa (Residence of Moola) In the Vedic months of Margasira, phalgun, Vaisakha and Jyestha the residence of Moola is in “Patala Loka� (the hell).

Tithi Gandantha : The ending one ghati of Poorna tithi and strarting one ghati of nanda tithi are called junction points or tithi gadantha and should be avoided in Muhurata.

In Sravana, Kartika, Chaitra and Pausa the residence of Moola is in Martya Loka (the realm of Dead).

Some inauspicious combinations formed by tithi and day and tithi and Nakshatra which should be avoided are mentioned below.

In the four Vedic months of Ashada, Aswina, Bhadra and Magha, the residence of Moola is in Swarga Loka If birth is in Gandanta and the residence of Moola is in the realm of the dead (Martya Loka) then great evil is indicated. The evil is lesser for the other Loka. should recite the Mahamritunjaya Mantra eight thousand times within 40 days starting from the 12th day from the birth of the child. It maybe noted that remedial measures cannot be performed for 11 days following birth. Vish ghatikas : Certain ghatikas in each nakshatre are considered Vish ghatika or toxic moments. When the natal Moon of the native is posited in Vish Ghati it wipes out of good effects from the charts. The moon Sr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

nakshatra Ashwini Bharani Kritika rohini Mrgsira Ardra punarvasu Pushya Ahslesha magha Purva phalgunu Uttar phalguni Hasta chitra Swati Vishakha Anuradha jyestha Moola Poorva Ashad Uttar Ashada Shravana Dhnistha Shatbhisha Poorva bhadrapada Uttra Bhadrapada Revati

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Mritu yoga Nanda tithi on Sunday or tuesdy Bhadra tithi on Friday or Monday, jaya tithi combining with Wednesday, rikta tithi combining with Thursday and poorna tithi combining with Saturday form an inauspicious yoga which is called mrityu yoga which should be avoided. Similarly we have Dagdha Rashis or burnt Rashis or zero Rashis or Tithi Shoonya Rashis.The planets poisted in these Rashis become weak and will not give auspicious results if the planets are benefic one and if the planets are malefic,they give auspicious results while posited in these Dagdha Rashis. These signs should not be selected as lagna of the child. These signs should not be in Kendra or trine and should be in the 6, 8,or 12 houses and minimum planets should be in these signs. The lords of these Dagdha Rashis are called Tithi Shoonya Planets and such planets if posited in Dagdha Rashis they do bad for the native. These planets should be placed in the Dagdha yoga : Malefic combinations of tithi and zodiac signs . 1) PrathamaTithi -Tula and Makara 2) DwiteeyaTithi -Dhanu and Meena 3) TriteeyaTithi -Simha and Makara 4) ChaturthiTithi -Vrishabha and Kumbha 5) PanchamiTithi -Mithuna and Kanya 6) ShastiTithi -Mesha and Simha 7) SapthamiTithi -Kataka and Dhanu 8) AshtamiTithi -Mithuna and Kanya 9) NavamiTithi -Simha and Vrischika 10) DashamiTithi -Simha and Vrischika 11) EkadashiTithi -Dhanu and Meena 12) DwadahsiTithi -Tula and Makara 13) TrayodashiTithi -Vrishabha and Simha 14) ChaturdashiTithi-Meena,Mithuna,Kanya and Dhanu 15) PaurnimaTithi -None 16) AmavasyaTithi -None The lords of the sunya signs give bad effects. Planets posited in the sunya rashi give bad results. Malefic planets in the sunya rashi normally give benific results. If it will be better sunya signs and lords of Sunya rashis should be in 6,8,12 bhavas. Dagdha yoga : Malefic combination of day and tithi 23


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Sunday and 12 tithi, Monday and 11 tithi Tuesday and 5th tithi, Wednesday and 3rd tithi Thursday and 6th tithi, Friday and 8th tithi Saturday and 9th tithi KARANA DOSHA : Birth in Bhadra (Visti) Karana is considered to be inauspicious. Ushna Ghatikas : Ushna means warm of hot. Moon’s passage through certain parts of a nakshatra is called as ushna. When Moon is passing through these degrees that time should be avoided. Persons born during this time, suffer from many health hazards. 01d 40m - 03d 20m: of Ashwini, Rohini, Punarvasu, Makha, Hasta 12d 13m - 13d 20m: of Bharani, Mrgashira, Pushya, Purva-phalguni, Chitra 04d 40m - 06d 40m: of Krittika, Ardra, Aslesha, Uttaraphalguni, Svati 01d 20m - 01d 47m: of Vishakha, Moola , Sravana, Purva-bhadrapada 11d 34m - 13d 20m: of Ahuradha, Purva-ashadha, Dhanishtha, Uttarabhadrapada 04d 27m - 06d 40m: of Jyestha, Uttarashadha, Shatabhisaj, Reva Ayana : Similarly an astrologer should avoid selecting the date of delivery at the end of the Ayana ( uttrayana and Dakshinayana) and the end of a Ritu. The last three solar days of an Ayan and last solar day of a Ritu should be avoided. Natal Moon should not be in masa sunya or tithi sunya nakshatra. Masa sunya Nakshatra and tithi are mentioned belowMasa Soonya Nakshatra : Malefic combination of lunar month and nakshatra. Chaitra Vaishakha Jyestha Ashada Sravana Bhadrapada Ashwin kartika margheersha Pausha Magha Falguna

Ashwini, Rohini Chitra and Swati Uttarashada and Pusya Poorva Phalguni and Dhanistha Uttara Ashada and Shravana Shatbhisha and Revati Poorva Bhadrapada Kritika Chitra, Vishakha Ardra and Ashwini Shravana and Moola Bharani, Jyestha.

Tithi Soonya Nakshatra malefic combinations of tithi and nakshatra. Pratipada Uttarashada Dwitya Anuradha Tritiya all three Uttara Panchami Magha Shasthi Rohini Saptami Hasta and Moola 24

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Poorva bhadrapada Kritika Rohini Ashlesha Chitra and Swati.

Masa sunya tithes and tithi sunya lagans are malefic only in all regions falling between Himalaya in the north, vindhayachal in the south, prayag in the east and saraswati river in the west. This will cover rajasthan , delhi, certain areas of UP falling west of prayag, Punjab and Himachl Pradesh and some areas of Madhya Pradesh. Masa Soonya Rashis malific combination of lunar month and zodiac signs. Masa sunya rashis should not be lagna or Moon sign. Better if these signs are in the 6,8,12 houses while selecting the lagna of the birth in these particular months. Chaitra Aquarius Vaishakha Pisces Jyestha Taurus Ashada Gemini Shravana Aries Bhadrapada Virgo Ashwin Scorpio Kartika Libra Mrgheersha Saggitarius Pausha Cancer Magna Capricorn Falgun Leo. Eclipse Nakshatra : The Nakshatra in which full solar and lunar eclipse occurs should be avoided for all auspicious acts for a period of six months. The Nakshatra in which prtial solar or lunar eclipse occurs should be avoided for three months. Eclipse Birth in a solar eclipse causes poverty and many hardships while that in a lunar eclipse causes physical ailments and all kinds of health problems. The solar eclipse occur whenever one of the node is placed with Sun and Moon conjunction and the lunar eclipse occur whenever one of the node conjoin the luminaries in opposition. Ek nakshatra dosha : When the immediate family member are born in the same nakshatra the younger of those born suffers. And the wealth happiness of the younger suffers.If this is the same nakshatra pada the health of the younger suffers severely. This suffering begins when the two natives are detached from each other. There are 4 important tithis which are considered auspicious and do not require any muhurta. These are : Chaitra Shukla Pratipada), Akshya Tritiya, Vijaya Dasam, KartikaShuklaPratipada However, Rahukala, Yamaganda and Gulika Kala should be avoided even on these tithis. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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dksbZ Hkh tkrd viuh larku ds fy, ewykad o HkkX;kad ds vuqlkj O;olk; dk p;u djrk gS rks mldh larku dks thou esa lQyrk izkIr gksrh gSA dqN O;olk; bl izdkj ds gksrs gSa ftlesa O;fDr dks vius ewykad ds vuqlkj viuk O;olk; p;u djuk gksrk gS] tSls fd T;ksfr"kh] f'k{kd ;k fpfdRld dk dk;ZA vxj tUe frfFk dk irk u gks rks ukekad }kjk Hkh O;olk; dk p;u dj ldrs gSaA vad 1 % buds fy, gqdwer] iz'kkld] usr`Ro] vfèkdkjh] vkHkw"k.k] tkSgjh dk dk;Z] Lo.kZdkfjrk] fo|qr dh oLrq,a] fpfdRlk] esMhdy LVksj] T;ksfr"k] vUu dk O;olk;] Hkwizcaèk] eq[;kokl ;k mPp LFkku izkfIr] edkuksa dh Bsdsnkjh] jktuhfrd dk;Z] 'krjat ds [ksy] vfXu lsok dk;Z] lSU; foHkkx] jktnwr] izèkku in] tyiznk; foHkkx] Je'khy dk;Z vkfn ds {ks= esa jkstxkj&O;kikj djuk ykHkizn jgsxkA vad 2 % buds fy, jkstxkj&O;kikj gsrq ;s {ks= vuqdwy jgsaxs] tSls nzO; inkFkZ] rsyh; dk;Z] leqnz ;k=k] eq[;kokl ;k mPp LFkku izkfIr] i'kq O;olk;] phuh fey] vUu dk O;olk;] rSjkdh] jliw.kZ inkFkZ] nwèk] ngh] ?k`r] dkxt] ty] d`f"k ,oa phuh ds O;olk; ,oa vkS"kfèk foØsrk] Hkze.k dk;Z] ,tsaV] izfrfufèkRo] laiknu] ys[ku] laxhr] vfHku;] u`R;] Hkwizcaèk] edkuksa dh Bsdns kjh] fpfdRlk] eksrh] gkj] ef.k] ekf.kD;] jRu bR;kfn dk Ø;&foØ;] iRFkj rFkk HkwxHkZ bR;kfn ds dk;ZA vad 3 % buds fy, oL= m|ksx] <kcs] jsLVksjVas ] gksVy] iku dh nqdku] v/;kiu] mins'kd] O;k[;krk] izk/;kid] jktnwr] ea=h] dkuwu ds lykgdkj] odhy] U;k;kèkh'k] lfpo] nwr dk;Z] DydZ] fpfdRlk dk;Z] cSafdax ds dk;Z] nyky] vk<+r] foKkiudrkZ] vfHkusrk] lsYleSu] VkbfiLV] LVsuks] ty tgkt esa dk;ZdrkZ] iqfyl foHkkx] n'kZu'kkL=h] T;ksfr"k] izcèa kd ,oa tyh; O;kikj vkfn ds {ks= esa jkstxkj] O;kikj djuk fgrdj jgsxkA vad 4 % buds fy, nk#] fLifjV] rsy] feV~Vh dk rsy] vdZ] b=] jsy foHkkx] ok;qlsuk] tynk; foHkkx] dqyhfxjh] rduhf'k;u] jaxlkt] vfHk;kaf=dh] uD'kkuohl] nthZ] c<+bZ dk dk;Z] fMtkbu ds Nkis dk dk;Z] ckcw] VsyhQksu vkWijsVj] LVsuks] VkbfiLV] f'kYidkj] i=dkj] laxzgdrkZ] fo|qr dk;Z] oDrk] mins'kd] jkT; deZpkjh] [kfut etnwj] Bsdsnkj] eksVj pkyd vkfn ds {ks= esa jkstxkj&O;kikj djuk fgrdj jgsxkA vad 5 % buds fy, rkj vkSj VsyhQksu foHkkx] T;ksfr"k] lsYleSu] Mkd?kj] iksLVeSu] chek foHkkx] cSafdax] ctV fuekZ.k] jsyos bathfu;jah] laiknd] rackdw O;olk;] jsfM;ks O;olk;] ys[kd] i=dkj] vuqoknd] jktuhfr lacèa kh dk;Z] eqnz.kky;] lapkj O;oLFkk] i77qLrd foØsrk] iqLrdky;] ykbczsfj;u] ;krk;kr lacaèkh dk;Z] bfrgkl] [kkst ,oa iqjkrRo foHkkx] vkfo"dkjd] equhe] i;ZVd ,oa cqf) cy ds leLr dk;Z vkfn ds {ks= esa jkstxkj&O;kikj djuk vfèkd ykHkizn jgsxkA vad 6 % buds fy, jsLVksjsaV] gksVy] <kcs] Hkkstuky;] f'kYidkj] fMtk;uj] egktuh dk;Z] laxhrK] miU;kldkj] ukV~;dkj] dgkuhdkj] ckxokuh] oL= O;olk;h] vfHkusrk] b=] rsy vkSj vU; rsyh; inkFkksZ ds foØsrk] iq"i foØsrk] oL=kHkw"k.k O;olk;] js'ke] Vsjhyhu] Vsjhu] Åuh oL=kfn ds foØsrk] fe"Bku O;olk;] ?kM+hlkth] u`R;kfHku; vkSj dkO; rFkk lkfgR;ksiktZu] T;ksfr"k] lkoZtfud dk;Z] lekt lsok] nkl o`fÙk] ;krk;kr] eqnz.kky;] [kk| foHkkx lacaèkh leLr dk;Z vkfn ds {ks= esa jkstxkj O;kikj djuk vfèkd ykHkizn jgsxkA vad 7 % buds fy, rSjkdh] vfHku;] fQYe O;olk;] ok;q lsok] i;ZVu] Mªkboj dk dk;Z] ckcwfxjh] ty tgkt ds dk;Z] i=dkfjrk] laiknu dk;Z] jcj] Vk;j] V~;cw ] IykfLVd odZ] yfyr dyk lacèa kh dk;Z] jkT;kfèkdkjh] tklwlh] rjy inkFkksaZ dk Ø;&foØ;] tknw ds dk;Z] T;ksfr"k] dwVuhfrd dk;Z] fu;a=d] Hkwfexr inkFkksZa dk O;olk; ,oa VªkalehVj] jsfM;ks] vuqoknd vkfn ds dk;Z {ks= esa jkstxkj&O;kikj djuk fgrdj jgsxkA vad 8 % buds fy, dljr] [ksy&dwn] dwn&Qkan] iqfyl vkSj lSU; foHkkx] Bsdsnkjh] Vhu pn~nj vkfn dk dk;Z] dqyhfxjh] y|q m|ksx] odkyr] T;ksfr"k dk;Z] oSKkfud dk;Z] eqxhZ ikyu] ckxckuh] dks;yk vkSj ydM+h dk O;olk;] ?kM+hlkt] U;k; osÙkk] usrR` o] uhfr fuèkkZjd] èkeZ&deZ] ;Kkfn dÙkkZ] v/;kiu] laxhrK vkfn dk;Z ds {ks= jkstxkj&O;kikj gsrq vfèkd mi;qDr jgsaxsA vad 9 % buds fy, laxBu] la?k lapkyd] fu;a=d] fpfdRlk] T;ksfr"k] èkeksZins'kd] lSU; foHkkx] xksyk&ck:n] vkfr'kckth dk O;olk;] odkyr] vkS"kfèk foØsrk] ykSg rFkk vU; èkkrq lacaèkh dk;Z vFkok izHkqrk lacafèkr dk;Z djuk vuqdwy jgsxkA 26

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larku tUe ls iwoZ fopkj.kh; fcanq % ,d T;ksfr"kh; n`f"V vatuk tks'kh] mRrjk[k.M eqDr fo'ofo|ky; tUe dky fu/kkZj.k ds }kjk ckyd dk tUe fu'p; gh rstLoh vkSj çfrHkkoku larku ds tUe ds #i esa ifj.kr gksxkA tUedky dk fu/kkZj.k orZeku ifjçs{; esa vkWijs'ku }kjk ckyd ds tUe ds #i esa fy;k tkus yxk gSA bl gsrq vdkj.k Hkh lkekU; çlo dks 'kY; }kjk ckyd tUe #i esa cny fn;k tkrk gSA blls ekrk vkSj larku nksuksa dks d"V gksrk gSA Hkkjrh; T;ksfr"k o o.kZ&Qy fl)kar ds vuqlkj gekjs lHkh lac/a k ,d lhek rd fuf'pr gS ,slh fLFkfr esa ¼1½ larku dSlh gksxh] ¼2½ larku gksxh vFkok ugha ¼3½ larku ls lq[k çkIr gS vFkok ughaA lHkh lR; dqN lhek rd fuf'pr gSA bUgha vk/kkjksa ij vk/kku yXu fu/kkZfjr gksrs gaSA iwoZ lR; dks Lohdkj djrs gq, Hkh iw.kZ HkkX;oknh u gksdj gekjs 'kkL=h; ekxZ funs'Z k dks Lohdkj dj O;fDr Loa; dh jpuk dks lqna j o çfrHkklEiUu cuk ldrk gSA ekrk firk dh lUrku dSlh gksxh] blds fy, ¼1½ ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk ds iape Hkko ¼2½ larku dkjd xq# dh fLFkfr ¼3½ ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk esa iapes'k dh fLFkfr ¼4½ ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk ds lIreka'k yXu ¼5½ ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk ds lIreka'k dq.Myh dk iape Hkko ns[kk tk;sxkA ¼6½ ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk ds dqN fof'k"V ;ksx Û fofo/k çdkj ds 'kki o'kkn~ larku lac/a kh nks"k 1- liZ nks"k 2- fir` nks"k 3- ekr` nks"k 4- ekrqy'kki 5- czã nks"k 6- L=h nks"k 7- xq# nks"k 8- /ksuq nks"k 9 çsr nks"k 10- nkjk nks"k larku lac/a kh fo'ks"k ;ksx] ç'u }kjk larku dh fLFkfr ;fn ge larku lac/a kh fo"k; ij fopkj djrs gaS rks larku ds tUedky] mldh xzg fLFkfr iwoZ egRoiw.kZ fcanqvksa ij fuHkZj djrh gSA iape Hkko dh fLFkfr % yXu ls iape Hkko esa 'kqHk xzg dk ;ksx] iapes'k iape esa gksuk ;k iape Hkko dks mldk Lokeh 28

;k 'kqHk xzg ns[krk gks rks iq= lq[k vPNk gksA paæ LFkku ls iape Hkko dk Lokeh vius LFkku dks ns[krk gks ;k 'kqHk xzg ml LFkku dks ns[krs gks rks iq= lq[k vPNk gksrk gSA vFkZkr~ yXukRiq=dy=Hks 'kqHkifrizkIrs ·Fkok··yksfdrs pUnzk}k ;fn lEinfLr fg r;ksKZs·U;Fkk·lEHko% A ikFkksuksn;xs jOkkS jfolqrs ehufLFkfr nkjgk iq=LFkkuxrL; iq=ej.ka iq=ks·ous;ZPNfr AA8AA tkrd ikfjtkr 13 iqu% ,d LFkku ij dgk gS%& iqoa xsZ iq:"kxzgfs {kr;qrs tkrLrq iq=kf/k"Vks thokRi´~pejkf'kr'p ru;izkfIra onsn~ nSfs 'kd% A ;fn iapes'k vFkok uoes'k iq#"k xzg ds oxZ esa gks vkSj iq#"k xzg ls ns[kk tk; rks tkrd ds cgqr iq= gksrs gSas A iq= dkjd c`gLifr gS] vr% c`gLifr ls vkSj iape LFkku ls iq= dk fopkj djuk pkfg,A Iakpe dk Lokeh lIre LFkku esa gks rks tkrd iq=ghu ;k Hkk;kZfoghu gksrk gS n'ke LFkku o }kn'k LFkku esa iki xzg gks rks tkrd dqy/olad gksrk gS] vFkkZr~ mlds larku ugha gksrhA jkgq iape esa gks vkSj iapes'k NBs] vkBosa ;k ckjgosa gks rks iq= dk uk'k djrk gSA yXus'k iq= LFkku esa gks vFkkZr~ iape esa gks vkSj iapes'k yXu esa gks rks tkrd csVk xksn ysrk gSA Ikq=LFks enukf/kis foru;ks tk;kfoghuks·Fkok Ikq=kn"Ve'k=qfj"Qx`gxk% ikik% dqy/olad%A jkgkS uUnujkf'kxs rnf/kis nq%LFkkuxs iq=gk iq=LFks ruqis rukS lqrirkS xqá.kkfr nRrkRete~AA9AA & tkrd ikfjtkr 13 nq%LFkkS foyXulqrikS leqiSfs r iq=a nRrkReta p 'kqHk[kspjohf{krkS psr~ A rn~Hkkojkf'k;qrdkjdoxZey w kn~ x`g~.kkfr nRrru;a ijrLRo[ksVkr~ A &13 v/;k; 13 tkrd ikfjtkrdkj us dgk gS yXus'k vkSj iapes'k NBs] vkBosa ;k ckjgosa gksa ¼lkFk ;k i`Fkd i`Fkd½ vkSj 'kqHk xzg ls n`"V gks rks tkrd csVk xksn ysrk gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a iape Hkko esa tks xzg gks ¼;fn fLFkr gS½ mls c`gLifr ds "kV~oxZ esa ns[ksx a Aas og LFkku jkgq;Dq r u gks] ml oxZ ls ftl tkfr dk cks/k gksrk gS ml tkfr ls ckyd xksn ysrk gSA ;gka iape Hkkoxr vkSj c`gLifr nks xzg dgs x;s gSa buesa ls cyh xzg ns[kk tk;sxk A iapes'k dh fLFkfr % Tkkrd ifjtkrdkj ds vuqlkj iape LFkku dk Lokeh dsna z] f=dks.k esa ls 'kqHkxzg dh jkf'k esa gks lw;Z ;qDr gks rks de voLFkk esa gh iq= gksrk gSA jkgq ls ;qDr ikaposa LFkku dk Lokeh gks vkSj ml iapes'k dh varnZ'kk esa iq= gks rks og vYik;q gksrk gSA iapes'k ds lkFk ;fn jkgq gks rks ml jkgq dh varnZ 'kk esa iq= gks rks og nh?kkZ;q gksrk gSA dsUnzf=dks.kx`gx% lqri% 'kqHk{ksZ lkSE;kfUorks ;fn lqra leqifS r ckY;s Hkksxh'k;qDrlqrjkf'kiHkqfDrtkr% LoYik;qjfs rQf.kHkqfDrHkof'pjk;q% AA iape Hkko o iape Hkko dk Lokeh o xq# 'kqHk xzg ls n`"V gks rFkk 'kqHk xzg ;qDr gks rks fulangs iq= dh izkfIr gksrh gSA yXus'k ikaposa ?kj esa gks vkSj iape Hkko dk Lokeh cyoku gks vkSj c`gLifr iw.kZ cyh gks rks vo'; iq= dh izkfIr gksrh gSA iw.kZ cyh c`gLifr iape Hkko esa gks mls yXus'k ns[krk gks rks fu%lUnsg iq= izkfIr dk ;ksx curk gSA iq=LFkkus rnh'ks ok xqjkS 'kqHkchf{krs 'kqHk xzgs.k la;qDrs iq=izkfIruZ la'k;%AA6AA yXus'k iq=HkkoLFks iq='s ks cyla;qDrsA ifjiw.kZcys thos iq=izkfIruZ la'k;%AA7AA iq=LFkkuxrs thos ifjiw.kZcykfUorsA yXukf/kisu lan`"Vs iq=izkfIruZ la'k;%AA8AA mi;qZDr ;ksxksa dks ek= ,d tUeif=dk esa ugha ns[kuk pkfg,A ;fn iq:"k dh tUeif=dk esa vuqdy w ;ksx gSa vkSj L=h dh dq.Myh esa lUrku ck/kk dk ;ksx gS rks lUrkuksRifr esa ck/kk gksxhA blds lkFk gh lUrku ck/kk ds ;ksx i`Fkd dgs x;s gSAa iq= LFkkuxrs ikis rnh'ks ikie/;xsA lkSE;n`X;ksejfgrs oäO;k RouiR;rkAA27AA ikixzgksa esa e/; iape dk Lokeh gks vkSj iape esa iki xzg gksa rks iape o iapes'k ij 'kqHk n`f"V u gks rks lUrku jfgr gksrk gSA iki e/; esa c`gLifr gks] iq='s k cyh u gks vkSj 'kqHk xzg ;qDr u gks] n`"V u gks rks larku jfgr gksrk gSA ikie/;xrs thos iq='s ks cyof.kZrs lkSE;n`x;ksxjfgrs oäO;k RouiR;rkAA28AA &tkrdikfjtkr 13 AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review blh izdkj gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa vusd ;ksx larku ck/kk ds lacèa k esa dgs gSAa larku gksus ij iwoZ Jki ds dkj.k larku uk'k dk ;ksx Hkh ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk esa n`f"Vxkspj gksrk gSA tkrd ikfjtkr ds 13osa v/;k; esa 32 ls 37 rd rd 'yksd la[;k foiz] 'k=q] firk] ekrk] liZ ds izfr nks"k o nqHkkZX; ls iq= uk'k dh ckr dgh gSA larku ;ksx] mÙke larku ;ksx] larku ck/kk&;ksx] larfr gkfu] bu lHkh ls lac/a kh T;ksfr"kh; ;ksxksa ds lkFk larku iz'u fopkj Hkh fd;k tkrk gSA iz'u dq.Myh esa ¼1½ ekfUn ,oa panez k dh ;qfr gks ¼2½ lqrHkkx esa mlds Lokeh dh fLFkfr gks ¼3½ fdlh Hkh LFkku esa cSBs panz ij eaxy dh n`f"V gks ¼4½ uoe Hkko esa 'kqHk xzg cSBs gks]a ¼5½ iape Hkkos'k xqfyd ds lkFk cSBk gks ¼6½ iapes'k xqfyd ls n`"V gks ¼7½ xqfyd ,oa panz ds uoka'kksa ds Lokfe;ksa esa ijLij n`f"V ;qfr dk lac/a k gks& ;s vkB ;ksx xHkZ&lwpd gSAa &iz'uekxZ v"Vkn'k v/;k;&83 ;fn iz'udq.Myh esa dsna z esa eaxy lw;Z cSBs gks]a vk;q LFkku esa ¼v"Ve Hkko½ dksbZ iki xzg cSBk gks rFkk xq: dsna z dks NksMd + j vU;= cSBk gks] ¼2½ panzek dsna z esa cSBk gks] xq# dsUnzkfrfjDr LFkku esa gks rFkk v"Ve Hkko esa dksbZ iki xzg cSBk gks ¼3½ panzek yXu esa cSBk gks rFkk iki xzg ;gka ij vBkjgosa nz"s Vdk.k esa gksA¼yXu ls½ ¼4½ dsna z esa xq#] v"Ve Hkko esa eaxy 'kfu&bu lHkh ;ksxksa esa ls dksbZ ;ksx gksus ij xHkZ lzko gksrk gSA vr% lko/kkuh j[kh tkuh pkfg,A rkRi;Z ;g gS fd ekrk firk dh tUe if=dk ds ;ksxksa vkSj larku ds lac/a k esa fd;s x;s iz'uksa ls larku dh fLFkfr dk fu.kZ; fd;k tk ldrk gSA ;g Kkr gksus ij fd dSlh larku izkIr gksxhA T;ksfr"kh; vk/kkj ij dgs x;s fl)karksa dks n`f"V esa j[k dj mik; fd;s tkus pkfg,A ekrk&firk dh tUeif=dk esa nks"kiw.kZ xzgksa dh fLFkfr dk mik; djrs gq, iz'u vk/kkfjr dq.Myh esa ck/kd xzgksa dh fLFkfr ds izfrdkj ds mik; fd;s tkrs gSAa ;fn lw;Z vfu"V LFkku ij le jkf'kxr gks rks x;k vkfn rhFkZ {ks=ksa esa firjksa ds fufeÙk fi.Mnku djuk pkfg,A ;fn lw;Z vdsyk gh le ;k fo"ke fdlh jkf'k esa vfu"V LFkku xr gS rks lw;Z ea= dk ti djuk pkfg,A blh izdkj panzek vfu"V LFkkuxr gks rks x;kfn rhFkksZa esa firjksa ds fy, Jk) djuk pkfg, ;k nso eafnj essa nso vkjkèkuk ds fy, u`R;] xhr Hktu dhrZukfn dk vk;kstu djuk pkfg,A lHkh iwoZ rF;ksa dks /;ku esa j[k dj 'kkL=h; fu;eksa ds vk/kkj ij dfFkr frfFk;ksa ij le;kuqlkj xHkkZèkku laLdkj fu'p; gh mÙke lUrku dkjd gksxkA 29


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The role of Karma in programming the birth of a child astrologically Pundit Roshan Singh, Gauteng – South Africa The Law of Karma : Our astrology chart is a map, plan and blueprint of our “karma” which means “action”. It refers to the actions that we have sown in our past whether in this life time or in previous life’s, this can be positive or negative and follows us possibly in many life times until it is reaped. Just as a calf can find its mother even if its wondered into another herd. This is called the infallible justice and will be metered out to us exactly at the time when it is due. On the other hand the present life is experiences of the past and doings of the present which make it flexible and can be changed by our own free will. This can happen to that individual who is aware of his sufferings or enjoyment as a result of past action and makes amends accordingly. This is the purpose of human life, to look at our defects and remedy them so as not to incur bad Karma once again and to end the vicious cycle of birth, old age, disease and finally death. The Four Kinds of Karma : Our karma consists of that which is our fate and our free will. There are four kinds of karma – two that represent our fate and two that represent our free will. The two kinds of karma that represent our fate are: 1. Sanchita Karma – All the actions we’ve performed in all our past lifetimes. 2. Prarabdha Karma – Our current life karma. The two kinds of karma that represent our free will are: 3. Kriyamana Karma – This is our free will to take current actions to change our current life situation. 4. Agama Karma – This is our free will to make a choice and firmly act accordingly in the future. The dasa shows how our karma unfolds in Astrology. Of the many dasa systems the Vimshottari dasa system is the most prominent and most widely used by astrologers. It makes use of a 120 year cycle where each planet rules a certain number of years. This is broken down into sub periods called bhuktis which appear in the same order as the dashas and are divided relative to the dasa length as will be decribed hereafter. For instance Ketu dasa starts with Ketu / Ketu, then Ketu / Venus, then Ketu / Sun. From this combination of the Dasha and Bhukti one is able to precisely predict the unfoldment of one’s karma now and always. 30

The following indicate the unfoldment of the dasha system. Ketu 7 years, Venus 20 years, Sun 6 years, Moon 10 years, Mars 7 years, Rahu 18 years, Jupiter 16 years, Saturn 19 years, Mercury 17 years From time immemorial many theories of exactly why the dasha’s unfold in this order have been thrown around but this is totally unknown. What is amazing is that they seem to work perfectly and this can only be attributed to something that is divine and beyond understanding. Karma and Free Will : In the Western world they seem to believe that they create their our own destinies and are able to do as they choose however in the east it is firmly believed that one has to walk on the path of his Karma that has been created by him in his previous life. The difference in the two ways of thinking can largely be attributed to cultural conditioning. The dasa system starts with Ketu, when the child is closest to God in and in a state of purity and love. Therefore Ketu is the dasa where we are satisfied with the basic essentials like a child that is satisfied with what is offered to him. Age 0-1 years Venus dasa is when the child is being nurtured and cared for as she is the nurturer. It is during this most important period of cultivation that one goes through the paces of learning about life and to love and care for others. Age 1 -3 years Sun dasa bring about the emergence of our individual identities where one does not require the support of anyone and is able to grow on one’s own strength and ability. The individual becomes strong and empowered to act as he pleases. Age 4-12 years Moon dasa brings about a deep sense of wanting to connect the individual mood with others as we see ourselves and compare them with the experiences of others. It is a period of sensitivity like that of a teenager. Age 13 - 19 years Mars dasa is when we learn through courage and discipline about the world and our interaction with it. This is when one is faced with the realities of this material world and it’s temporary nature. Age 20 - 27 years Rahu dasha bring about a complete change after AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a enjoying our youthfulness one becomes absorbed in the illusion of the material existence and is trapped in Maya. Here the individuals energy is sapped in accumulating wealth and worldly possession, Marriage, children and career advancement clouds the ability to recognize the inner being, the soul and the purpose of life. Age 28 - 40 Jupiter dasa is where we feel that we are back in control after Rahu has pushed us through the paces. He is the Guru and the teacher and comes in our life to impart wisdom and insight into life and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lessons. Age 40-55

fopkj xks"Bh Review death. All our actions in the entire lifetime manifest as a singular thought at the time of death and this takes the living entity, the soul, to that part of the universe, to that country, to that city to be born to a particular set of parents who will become part of the Karma of the newborn child that enters this world. This is so perfect therefore one can be born either in a well to do home or in an environment where they are poverty stricken and that can change at any given time during the lifetime of the individual depending upon the unfoldment of oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Karma.

Mercury dasa follows after the deep cleansing period of Saturn. One becomes fully aware, practical, full of knowledge and at the same time down to earth like a child. He is non-judgmental and an advisor full of discrimination and clear thinking. Age 65 onwards

Therefore Karma and astrology are partners and go hand in hand forever. In predicting the birth of a child astrologically one becomes fully aware of the past, present and future of the living entity. It therefore becomes the duty initially of the parents and later that of the child to be fully aware of our actions at every moment of our life, to be aware that we are reaping the fruit of our past actions and simultaneously sowing seeds for our future life. Astrology is that blue print that is able to guide the individual to plan for a brighter and better future.

A Janam Kundali draw up at the time of birth is able to predict precisely every happening of the future. From the horoscope one is able to relate to ones past life and determine the nature and qualities of the individual as he was and what is to become of him in this lifetime. One spends and entire lifetime preparing for the moment of

I bring good tidings and felicitations from the people of South Africa and pray that the historical bond that exists between our sister lands will grow from strength to strength. May the good karmas of great personalities like Gandhiji shine like beacons of light in the lives of generations to come forever.

Saturn dasa makes us fully aware of our limitations and how we have to face the dark realities of birth, old age, disease and death. It is a time to work through our Karma individually,as it bring us to the ground. Age 55 - 65

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iq#"k ds oh;Z vkSj L=h ds jt ls eu lfgr tho ¼thokRek½ dk la;ksx ftl le; gksrk gS mls xHkkZ/kku dky dgrs gSaA xHkkZ/kku dk la;ksx ¼dky½ dc vkrk gS \ bls T;ksfr"k 'kkL= c[kwch crk jgk gSA pjd lafgrk ds vuqlkj & vkdk'k] ok;q] vfXu] ty vkSj i`Foh bu iap egkHkwrksa vkSj buds xq.kksa ls ;qDr gqvk vkRek xHkZ dk #i xzg.k djds igys eghus esa vLi"V 'kjhj okyk gksrk gSA lqJqr us bl voLFkk dks ^dyy* dgk gSA ^dyy* HkkSfrd :i ls jt] oh;Z o v.Ms dk la;ksx gSA 'kqDy i{k dh n'keh ls Ñ".k i{k dh iapeh rd panez k dks 'kkL=dkjksa us iw.kZcyh ekuk gSA 'kqDy i{k ds panzek dh dyk,sa tSl& s tSls c<+rh tkrh gS] oSl& s oSls L=h&iq#"kksa ds eu esa izlUurk vkSj dke&okluk c<+rh gSA tc xkspjh; panzek dk 'kqØ vFkok xq# ls n`f"V ;k ;qfr lac/a k gksrk gS] rc bl Qy dh o`f) gksrh gSA lQy izse dh MsfVax dk le; ftl le; vkidh jkf'k ls xkspj dk panzek pkSFkk] vkBoka ckjgoka u gksA jf'e;qDr gksA 'kqØ vFkok xq# ls n`"V ;k ;qr gksA ml le; izes h ;k izfs edk ls vkidh eqykdkr ¼MsfVax½ lQy gksrh gS vkSj vkidh euksdkeuk iw.kZ gksrh gSA bl eqgrw Z esa vkidh iRuh Hkh lgokl ds fy, lg"kZ rS;kj gks tkrh gS ;g vuqHko fl) gSA xHkkZ/kku dh fØ;k dk oSKkfud n`f"Vdks.k ;g lHkh tkurs gSa fd xHkkZ/kku djus ds fy, laHkksx djuk iM+rk gS] fdarq ifr&iRuh ds izR;sd laHkksx ds nkSjku xHkkZèkku laHko ugha gksrk gSA laHkksx rks cgqr ckj gksrk gS] ijarq xHkkZ/kku dHkh&dHkh laHko gks ikrk gSA oSKkfudksa ds vuqlkj iq#"k ds oh;Z esa fLFkr 'kqØk.kq tc L=h ds jt esa fLFkr v.Mk.kq esa izo's k dj tkrs gS]a rks xHkZ LFkkiUu gks tkrk gSA fu"kspu dh bl tSfod izfØ;k dks xHkkZ/kku dgrs gSAa ;g izfØ;k L=h ds xHkkZ'k; esa gksrh gSA fu%larku naifÙk;ksa ¼cka> L=h@uiql a d iq#"k½ ds fy, fu"kspu dh ;g fØ;k ij[kuyh esa djkbZ tkrh gSA blls mRiUu Hkz.w k dks ^VsLV V~;cw csch* dgrs gSAa blds fodkl ds fy, csch Hkz.w k 32

dks fdlh vU; L=h ds xHkkZ'k; esa j[k fn;k tkrk gSA ftls lsjksxsV~l ;k fdjk;s dh dks[k dgrs gSAa vk;qosZn dh n`f"V ls xHkksZRifÙk dk dkj.k pjd lafgrk ds vuqlkj & tc L=h iqjkus jt ds fudy tkus ds ckn u;k jt fLFkr gksus ij 'kq) gksdj Luku dj ysrh gS vkSj mldh ;ksfu] jt rFkk xHkkZ'k; esa dksbZ nks"k ugha jgrk] rc mls _rqerh dgrs gSAa ,slh L=h ls tc nks"k jfgr cht ¼'kqØk.kq½ okyk iq#"k laHkksx djrk gS] rc oh;Z] jt rFkk tho & bu rhuksa dk la;ksx gksus ij xHkZ mRiUu gksrk gSA ;g tho ¼thokRek½ xHkkZ'k; esa izo's k djds oh;Z rFkk jt ds la;ksx ls Lo;a dks xHkZ ds :i esa mRiUu djrk gSA T;ksfr"k esa tho ¼xq#½ dks xHkksZRifÙk dk izeq[k dkjd ekuk gSA oh;Z] jt] tho vkSj eu dk la;ksx gh xHkZ gS %& egf"kZ vk=s; eqfu us dgk gS& iqutZUe ysus dh bPNk ls thokRek eu ds lfgr iq#"k ds oh;Z esa izo's k dj tkrk gS rFkk laHkksx dky esa oh;Z ds lkFk L=h ds jt esa izo's k dj tkrk gSA L=h ds xHkkZ'k; esa oh;Z] jt] tho vkSj eu ds la;ksx ls ^xHkZ* dh mRifÙk gksrh gSA iq#"k ds oh;Z vkSj L=h ds jt ls eu lfgr tho ¼thokRek½ dk la;ksx ftl le; gksrk gS mls xHkkZ/kku dky dgrs gSAa xHkkZ/kku dk la;ksx ¼dky½ dc vkrk gS \ bls T;ksfr"k 'kkL= c[kwch crk jgk gSA xHkZ mRifÙk dh laHkkouk dk ;ksx AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a tc L=h dh tUe jkf'k ls vuqip; ¼1] 2] 4] 5] 7] 8] 9] 12½ LFkku esa xkspjh; panez k eaxy }kjk n`"V gks] ml le; L=h dh jt izo`fÙk gks rks ,slk jtks n'kZu xHkkZ/kku dk dkj.k cu ldrk gS vFkkZr xHkkZ/kku laHko gksrk gSA D;ksfa d ;g ^vksC;wVjh ,e-lh-* gksrh gSA bl izdkj ds ekfld pØ esa L=h ds v.Mk'k; esa v.Mk curk gS rFkk 12osa ls 16osa fnu ds chp L=h ds xHkkZ'k; esa vk tkrk gSA ;g oSKkfudksa dh ekU;rk gS] gekjh ekU;rk ds vuqlkj ekgokjh 'kq# gksus ds 6osa fnu ls ysdj 16osa fnu rd dHkh Hkh v.MksRlxZ gks ldrk gSA ;fn NBosa fnu xHkkZ/kku gks tkrk gS rks og Js"B dgykrk gSA ;g czãkth dk dFku gSA ekfld /keZ izkjaHk gksus ls 16 fnuksa rd fL=;ksa dk LokHkkfod _rqdky gksrk gSA ftuesa izkjaHk ds 4 fnu fuf"k) ¼oftZr½ gSAa blds i'pkr 'ks"k jkf=;ksa esa xHkkZ/kku ¼fu"ksd½ djuk pkfg,A iq#"k dh jkf'k ls xHkkZ/kku ds ;ksx xHkZ /kkj.k dh bPNqd L=h dh ;ksX;rk vkSj mlds vuqdy w le; ls dke ugha curk gSA xHkkZ/kku gsrq iq#"k dh ;ksX;rk o mlds vuqdy w le; dk gksuk Hkh vko';d gSA 'khrT;ksfrf"k ;ksf"krks·uqip;LFkkus dqtus fs {krs] tkra xHkZQyizna [kyq jt% L;knU;Fkk fu"Qye~A n`"Vs·fLeu~ xq#.kk futksip;xs dq;kZfUu"ksd iqeku] vR;kT;s p lewyHks 'kqHkxq.ks iokZfndkyksfT>rsAA tkrd ikfjtkr esa vkpk;Z oS|ukFk us fy[kk gS & L=h dh tUejkf'k ls vuqip; LFkkuksa esa panez k gks rFkk eaxy ls n`"V ;k lac) gks rc xHkkZ/kku laHko gS] vU;Fkk fu"Qy gksrk gSA iq#"k dh tUe jkf'k ls mip; ¼3] 6]10]11½ LFkkuksa esa panz xkspj gks vkSj mls larku dkjd xq# ns[ks rks iq#"k dks xHkkZ/kku esa izo`Ùk gksuk pkfg,A iq#"k dh tUe jkf'k ls 2] 5] 9osa LFkku esa tc xq# xkspj djrk gS rc og xHkkZ/kku djus esa lQy gksrk gSA D;ksfa d 2js LFkku dk xq# 6 vkSj 10osa panzek dks rFkk 5osa LFkku ls 11osa panez k dks vkSj 9oka xq# 3js panez k dks ns[ksxkA f}] iap] uoe xq# ls xHkkZ/kku dh laHkkouk dk LFkwy vkdyu fd;k tkrk gSA iq#"k dh tUe jkf'k ls 3] 6] 10] 11osa LFkku esa lw;Z dk xkspj gks rks xHkkZ/kku dh laHkkouk jgrh gSA xHkkZ/kku dk 'kqHk eqgwrZ ,oa yXu 'kqf) oS|ukFk }kjk dfFkr mijksDr ;ksx xHkZ mRifÙk dh laHkkouk ds ;ksx gSAa xHkkZ/kku laLdkj gsrq 'kqHk ;k v'kqHk eqgrw Z ls bldk dksbZ lac/a k ugha gSA xHkZ mRifÙk laHkkfor gksus ij gh fdlh vPNs T;ksfr"kh ls xHkkZ/kku dk eqgrw Z fudyokuk AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review pkfg,A ;gh gekjh laLÑfr dk izkphu fu;e gSA 'kqHk eqgrw Z esa xHkkZ/kku laLdkj djus ls lqna j] LoLFk] rstLoh] xq.koku] cqf)eku] izfrHkk'kkyh vkSj nh?kkZ;q larku dk tUe gksrk gSA blfy, bl izFke laLdkj dk egRo lokZfèkd gSA Û xHkkZ/kku laLdkj gsrq L=h ¼iRuh½ dh tUe jkf'k ls panz cy 'kqf) vko';d gSA tUe jkf'k ls 4] 8] 12 oka xkspjh; panzek R;kT; gSA vk/kku yXu esa Hkh 4] 8] 12osa panez k dks xzg.k ugha djuk pkfg,A vk/kkr yXu esa ;k vk/kku dky esa uhp ;k 'k=q jkf'k dk panzek Hkh R;kT; gSA tUe yXu ls v"Ve jkf'k dk yXu R;kT; gSA Û vk?kkr yXu dk lIre LFkku 'kqHk xzgksa ls ;qDr ;k n`"V gksuk pkfg,A ,slk gksus ls dkelw= esa okRL;k;u }kjk crk;s x;s lqna j vkluksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, izes iwoZd laHkksx gksrk gS vkSj xHkkZ/kku lQy gksrk gSA Û vk?kkr yXu esa xq#] 'kqØ] lw;]Z cq/k esa ls dksbZ 'kqHk xzg fLFkr gks vFkok budh yXu ij n`f"V gks rks xHkkZ/kku lQy gksrk gS ,oa xHkZ leqfpr o`f) dks izkIr gksrk gS rFkk gksus okyh larku xq.koku] cqf)eku] fo|koku] HkkX;oku vkSj nh?kkZ;q gksrh gSA ;fn mDr xzg cyoku gks rks mijksDr Qy iw.kZ :i ls feyrs gSAa xHkkZ/kku esa lw;Z dks 'kqHk xzg ekuk x;k gS vkSj fo"ke jkf'k o fo"ke uoka'k ds cq/k dks xzg.k ugha djuk pkfg,A Û vk?kkr yXu ds 3] 5] 9 Hkko esa ;fn lw;Z gks rks xHkZ iq= ds :i esa fodflr gksrk gSA Û xHkkZ/kku ds le; yXu] lw;]Z panz o xq# cyoku gksdj fo"ke jkf'k o fo"ke uoka'k esa gks rks iq= tUe gksrk gSA ;fn ;s lc ;k buesa ls vf/kdka'k xzg le jkf'k o le uoka'k esa gks rks iq=h dk tUe gksrk gSA Û vk/kku dky esa ;fn yXu o panzek nksuksa 'kqHk ;qDr gksa ;k yXu o panz ls 2] 4] 5] 7] 9] 10 esa 'kqHk xzg gks]a rFkk iki xzg 3] 6] 11 esa gks vkSj yXu ;k panez k lw;Z ls n`"V gks rks xHkZ ldq'ky jgrk gSA Û xHkkZ/kku laLdkj gsrq vf'ouh] jksfg.kh] e`xf'kjk] gLr] Lokrh] vuqjk/kk] rhu mÙkjk] /kfu"Bk] jsorh u{k= iz'kLr gSA Û iq#"k dk tUe u{k=] fu/ku rkjk ¼tUe u{k= ls 7] 16] 25oka u{k=½ oSèk`fr] O;frikr] e`R;q ;ksx] Ñ".k i{k dh v"Veh] prqnZ'kh] vekoL;k] iwf.kZek o lw;Z laØkafr dky xHkkZ/kku gsrq oftZr gSA L=h ds jtksn'kZu ls X;kjgoha o rsjgoha jkf= esa Hkh xHkkZ/kku dk fu"ks/k gSA 33


Review 'ks"k NBoha jkf= ls 16oha jkf= rd yXu 'kqf) feyus ij xHkkZ/kku djsAa xHkZ dk fodkl pjd lafgrk ds vuqlkj & vkdk'k] ok;q] vfXu] ty vkSj i`Foh bu iap egkHkwrksa vkSj buds xq.kksa ls ;qDr gqvk vkRek xHkZ dk #i xzg.k djds igys efgus esa vLi"V 'kjhj okyk gksrk gSA lqJrq us bl voLFkk dks ^dyy* dgk gSA ^dyy* HkkSfrd :i ls jt] oh;Z o v.Ms dk la;ksx gSA xHkZ nwljs ekl esa nkuk ¼fi.M½ gks tkrk gSA Hkxoku /kUoarfj ds vuqlkj & rhljs efgus esa us=kfn bfUnz;ka o ân; lfgr lHkh vax xHkZ esa ,d lkFk mRiUu gksrs gSAa ijarq mudk :i lw{e gksrk gSA vkpk;Z ojkg fefgj ds vuqlkj & pkSFks ekl esa gìh] ikaposa ekl esa Ropk] NBs ekl esa jkse] lkrosa ekl esa psruk] vkBosa ekl esa Hkw[k&I;kl dh vuqHkwfr] uosa ekl esa xHkZLFk f'k'kq ckgj vkus gsrq NViVkus yxrk gS vkSj n'kosa ekl esa ids Qy dh Hkkafr xHkZ ls eqDr gksdj ckgj vk tkrk gSA vFkkZr~ xHkZ èkkj.k ls n'kosa efgus esa LokHkkfod ¼izkÑfrd½ :i ls izlo gks tkuk pkfg,A xHkZ j{kk 1- 'kqØ] 2- eaxy] 3- xq#] 4- lw;]Z 5- panez k] 6- 'kfu] 7- cqèk] 8- vk?kkr yXu dk Lokeh] 9 panzek] 10- lw;Z ;s nl Øe'k% xHkZ eklksa ds Lokeh ¼vf/kifr½ gSAa ekls'k tSlh 'kqHk v'kqHk fLFkfr esa gksrk gS] oSlh gh xHkZLFk f'k'kq dh fLFkfr jgrh gSA izFke] f}rh; ;k r`rh; ekl esa ;fn ekls'k iki ihfM+r gks rks ml xzg dh cyork ;k 'kqHkrk izkfIr ds mik; djuk pkfg,A ftlls xHkZ dh j{kk gksrh gS ,oa xHkZikr ugha gksrk gSA xHkZorh L=h dk vkgkj&fogkj rFkk vkpkj&O;ogkj mÙke gksuk pkfg,A xHkZorh L=h dk Lusgu ¼ekfy'k½ vkSj Losnu ¼ilhuk fudkyuk½ deZ djus ls xHkZ izkÑfrd :i ls c<+rk gSA 'kgn ds lkFk iq=thok ds vkèkk rksyk pw.kZ dks lqcg 'kke [kkus ls xHkZ lqjf{kr jgrk gSA xHkZorh L=h }kjk ?kh] nw/k dk lsou djus ls xHkZ iq"V gksrk gS rFkk izlo Hkh vklkuh ls gks tkrk gSA ftl le; iq#"k ¼ifr½ dh tUe jkf'k ls mip; ¼3] 6] 10] 11½ LFkkuksa esa 'kqDy i{k dk panzek Hkze.k dj jgk gks rFkk xkspjh; panzek] xkspj ds xq# ;k 'kqØ ls n`"V gks rFkk le 34

a frfFk dks Lofookfgrk L=h esa xHkkZ/kku djus ls xq.koku o lq;ksX; iq= dk vkxeu gksrk gSA _rqdky & jtlzko ds izFke fnu L=h pk.Mkyh] nwljs fnu czã?kkfruh vkSj rhljs fnu /kksfcu ds leku vifo= jgrh gSA bu rhu fnuksa esa xHkkZ/kku djus ls ujd ls vk;s gq, ikih tho ds 'kjhj dh mRifÙk gksrh gSA vr% _rqdky ds izkjafHkd fnuksa esa xHkkZ/kku dnkfi u djsAa ekfld /keZ ¼_rqdky½ ds fnuksa esa fL=;ksa dks pkfg, fd os fdlh iq#"k ls laidZ u djsAa fdlh ds ikl cSBuk vkSj okrkZyki ugha djuk pkfg,A ,slk djus ls vkus okyh larku ij v'kqHk izHkko iM+rk gSA osnkax T;ksfr"k esa _rqdky dh izFke pkj jkf=;ka rFkk X;kjgoha vkSj rsjgoha fufUnr gSA _rqlzko ds izFke 4 fnu&jkr jksxizn gksus ds dkj.k xHkkZ/kku gsrq oftZr gSA X;kjgoha jkf= esa xHkkZ/kku djus ls v/kekZpj.k djus okyh dU;k mRiUu gksrh gSA rsjgoha jkf= ds xHkkZ/kku ls ew[kZ] ikikpj.k djus okyh] vius ekrk&firk dks nq%[k] 'kksd vkSj Hk; iznku djus okyh nq"V dU;k dk tUe gksrk gSA dM+oh] [kêh] rh[kh] m".k oLrqvksa dk lsou u djds ikap fnu rd e/kqj lsou djsAa NBoha jkf= esa Luku vkfn ls 'kq) gksdj xHkZ /kkj.k djuk pkfg,A tho dk xHkZ esa izos'k tho dk euq"; ;ksfu esa izos'k % Jhen~ Hkxon~xhrk ds vuqlkj 'kqHk&v'kqHk deZ ¼fefJr deZ½ djus okyk jktl izÑfr ¼izo`fÙk½ dk tho euq"; ;ksfu esa tUe ysrk gSA vU; 'kkL=ksa ds vuqlkj pkSjklh yk[k ;ksfu;ksa esa tUe ysus ds ckn tho dks euq"; ;ksfu ¼'kjhj½ dh izkfIr gksrh gSA ujd yksd esa ikih tho ujd ;kruk Hkqxrus ds ckn iki deks± dk {k; gksus ds mijkar 'kq) gksdj euq"; ;ksfu esa tUe ysrk gS rFkk iq.;oku iq#"k LoxZ yksd esa vius iq.; deks± dk lq[k Hkksxrk gS] iq.; deks± ds {kh.k gks tkus ds ckn tho èkekZRek ;k /kuoku euq";ksa ds ;gka tUe ysrk gSA ßtUe izkIuksfr iq.;kRek xzg"s kwPpxrs"kq pAÞ iq.;kRek iq#"k ds tUe ds le; vf/kdka'k xzg viuh mPp jkf'k esa gksrs gSAa ,d jkf= ds 'kqØ&'kksf.kr ;ksx ls dksnks ds ln`';] ikap jkf= esa cqn~cqn ln`';] nl fnu gksus ij cnjh Qy ds leku gksrk gSA rnarj ekal fi.Mkdkj gksrk gqvk is'khfiaM v.Mkdkj gksrk gSA ,d ekg esa xHkZLFk Hkz.w k iq#"k ds gkFk ds vaxBw s ds vfxze iksj ds cjkcj vkdkj dk gks tkrk gSA fojks/k ifjgkj % lcls igys rks eSa ;g Li"V dj nwa fd xHkZ AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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ekuo f'k'kq Hkzw.k ds xHkkZoLFkk esa Øfed fodkl dk rqyukRed v/;;u vkpk;Z ojkgfefgj ds vuqlkj xHkZLFk f'k'kq dh jpuk dk Øe

x#M+ iqjk.k ds vuqlkj xHkZLFk f'k'kq dh jpuk dk Øe

xHkZ ekl 1- 'kqØ] fMEck.kq dk feJ.k ¼dyy½A

v.Mkdkj eklfiaM esa f'k'kq efLr"d dh jpukA

2- is'kh fi.M @ v.MkdkjA

Hkqtk vkfn vaxksa dh jpukA

3- vo;o@fyaxkfn dh jpukA

u[k] gìh] peZ] fyax] n'k }kj ds fNnzkas dh jpukA

4- gìh;ksa o ulksa dh jpukA

ekal] #f/kj] esn] eTtk dh jpukA

5- vkoj.k@peM+h fuekZ.kA

{kqèkk&r`".kk mRiUu gksrh gSA

6- #fèkj] jkse] u[kkfn fuekZ.kA

eka dh nkfguh dqf{k esa xHkZLFk f'k'kq dk Hkze.kA

7- fpÙk esa pSrU;rk] izk.k lapkjA

Kku izkfIr gksus ls xHkZ nq%[k dh vuqHkwfr] tho vR;ar nq%[k ls Hk;Hkhr vkSj oSjkX;;qä gksdj bZ'oj dh Lrqfr o 'kj.kkxfrA

8- vkst] Hkw[k] I;kl] Lokn dk mRiUu gksuk o Hkze.kA

lkrosa ekl ds leku ghA

9- eka ds mnj@xHkZ ls ckgj fudyus dh bPNkA

xHkZ nq%[k ls nwf"kr gksdj mnj ls i`Fkd gksus dh bPNkA

10- leLr vo;oksa ls ifjiw.kZ gksdj f'k'kq xHkZ ls ckgj izlfw r ds le; v/kkse[q kh gksdj bZ'oj dh Lrqfr djrk gqvk vkrk gSA tho izlfw r iou@ok;q nkc ls rRdky ckgj fudyrk gSA eklksa dh x.kuk xHkkZ/kku ds fnu ls djuk pkfg,A iwoZ ;k i'pkr dh ,e-lh- frfFk & jktks n'kZu ds le; ls ughaA izFke ekg esa ekl fiaM esa ls f'k'kq ds ¼vFkkZr~ Hkz.w k ds½ ckgjh eLrd dh jpuk gks tkrh gSA gkFk] iSj vkfn vaxksa dh jpuk nwljs ekg esa gks tkrh gSA ;g rks Li"V gh gSA blds lkFk gh vka[k] dku] ukd] eqga ] fyax vkSj xqnk dh jpuk Hkh gks tkrh gS fdarq buds fNnz ugha [kqyrs gSAa rhljk ekg iw.kZ gksus rd lHkh bfUnz;ksa ds fNnz [kqy tkrs gSAa KkusfUnz;ksa dh jpuk ds ckn Hkh Kku izkfIr ugha gksrh gSA :f/kj] esn] ekl] eTtk] gfì;ksa o ulksa dh jpuk pkSFks ekg esa gks tkrh gSA vkpk;Z ojkg fefgj us gfì;ksa o ulksa dh pkSFks ekg esa gksuk rks Bhd crk;k gS fdarq ikaposa ekg esa peM+h dk vkSj NBosa ekg esa #f/kj o u[k ¼uk[kwuks½a dk fuekZ.k Bhd ugha gSA D;ksfa d budk fuekZ.k rks iwoZ esa gh gks tkrk gSA ,slk xq#M+ iqjk.k dk er gSA ikaposa ekg esa {kq/kk&r`".kk mRiUu gksuk ;g ikSjkf.kd er Bhd ugha gS D;ksfa d xHkZLFk tho esa psruk vkSj Kku dh izkfIr lkrosa ekg esa crkbZ xbZ gS rks fQj blls iwoZ {kq/kk o r`".kk ¼Hkw[k&I;kl½ dSls mRiUu gksxh \ AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

Hkw[k&I;kl] Lokn vkSj vkst vkfn dk vkBosa ekg esa mRiUu gksukA ;g vkpk;Z ojkgfefgj dk er mi;qDr o lVhd tku iM+rk gSA eklkf/kifr ds ihfM+r gksus ij xHkZikr gks tkrk gSA& vkpk;Z ojkgfefgj ds vuqlkj & eklkf/kirkS fuihfM+r]s rRdkya L=o.ka lekfn'ksr~A vr% xHkZ ekl ds Lokeh xzg ds ihfM+r gksus ij rRdky xHkZ lzko@xHkZikr gks tkrk gSA ftl ekl esa eklkf/kifr cyoku ;k 'kqHk n`"V gks ml ekl esa lq[kiwod Z xHkZ dh o`f) gksrh gSA tc xkspj eku ls eaxy] 'kqØ ;k xq# iki xzg ls n`"V ;k ;qr gksrs gS]a vFkok viuh uhp ;k 'k=q jkf'k esa gksrs gSa rks Øe'k% izFke] f}rh; ;k r`rh; ekl esa xHkZikr gks tkrk gSA lcls vf/kd xHkZikr eaxy ds dkj.k gh gksrs gSa D;ksfa d eaxy jDr dk dkjd gSA vr% xHkkZoLFkk ds izkjaHk esa eaxy xzg ds 'kkaR;FkZ mik; djuk pkfg, rFkk 'kqØkfn dksbZ xzg ;fn iki ihfM+r gks rks ml gsrq Hkh ea= tki o nku vkfn djuk pkfg, blls xHkZ lqjf{kr jgrk gSA ;gka ge ,d ckr nsuk pkgrs gSa fd lw;Z] panzek xHkZ dks iq"V djus okys vkSj izlo dkjd gksrs gSAa xHkZ ds rhljs efgus 35


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ihuk pkfg,A prqFkZ ekl % bl ekl esa nw/k ds lkFk rktk e[[ku chl xzke dh ek=k esa lqcg 'kke lsou djuk pkfg,A iape ekl % ikaposa ekl esa flQZ nw/k o 'kq) ?kh dk viuh ikpu 'kfDr ds vuq:i lsou djsAa NBk ekl % bl ekl esa f}rh; ekl dh Hkkafr {khj ikd ¼'krkoj lkf/kr nw/k½ dk lsou djuk pkfg,A lIre ekl % bl ekl esa NBs ekl dk iz;ksx tkjh j[ksAa vkBoka ekl % bl ekl esa nw/k &nfy;k] ?kh mckydj 'kke ds Hkkstu esa HkjisV [kkuk pkfg,A uoe ekl % uosa ekl esa 'krkoj lkf/kr rsy esa #bZ dk Qkgk fHkxksdj jkstkuk jkr dks lksrs le; ;ksfu ds vanj xgjkbZ esa j[k fy;k djsAa ,d ekg rd ;g iz;ksx djus ls izlo ds le; vf/kd d"V ugha gksxk vkSj lq[kiwod Z izlo gks ldsxkA nlosa ekg esa tc izlo osnuk gksus yxs rc opk ¼op½ dh Nky dks ,jaM ds rsy esa f?kldj xHkZorh L=h dh ukfHk ds vklikl vkSj uhps isMw ij eysAa yxk,a ,slk djus ls lq[kiwoZd ukeZy fMyhojh gksxhA vk/kqfud iztuu rduhd Hkys gh fu%larku naifÙk ds fy, vk'kk dh fdj.k lkfcr gqbZ gksA fdarq ^fMtkbZuj fdM~l* VsLV V~;cw csch vkSj lsjksxl s h dks lekt ds vf/kdka'k yksx ;fn viukus yx tk;s rks vkxs vkus okyh ih<+h esa vlaons uk] laLdkjghurk vkSj vuSfrdrk rFkk vlkekftdrk fuf'pr gh c<+ tk;sxhA blesa dksbZ langs ugha gSA dkSu ugha pkgrk fd mlds cPps ru&eu ls lqna j] LoLFk rFkk cqf) ls rstLoh gksA fdarq ek= pkgus ls D;k gks \ cksrs rks ge uhe dh fucksyh gS fQj gesa vke ds ehBs Qy dSls izkIr gksx a s \ xkao dk vui<+ fdlku Hkh HkyhHkkafr tkurk gS fd dkSu lh Qly dc cksuk pkfg,A izR;sd i'kq i{kh Hkh fdlh fo'ks"k _rq dky esa gh lekxe djrs gSAa fdarq Lo;a dks loZJ"s B izk.kh dgus okyk euq"; vkt Hkwy x;k gS fd mls xHkkZ/kku dc djuk pkfg, vkSj dc ughaA Js"B vkSj loZx.q k laiUu larku izkfIr dk Hkkjrh; euhf"k;ksa ds ikl ,d iwjk tUe foKku FkkA muds ikl ,sls vusd uqL[ks Fks ftlls os f'k'kq ds tUe ls iwoZ gh mldh izkx s kz feax dj ysrs Fks Qyr% mUgsa euksokafNr larku dh izkfIr gks tkrh FkhA vFkoZons kax T;ksfr"k] euqLe`fr vkSj O;kl lw= esa cqf)eku vkSj izfrHkk'kkyh rFkk xq.k] deZ] LoHkko ls vPNh AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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a larku izkfIr ds lw= fn;s gq, gSAa mUgsa ge leh{kkRed <ax ls lkj :i esa yksd dY;k.k gsrq izLrqr dj jgs gSAa 1- ftl fnu L=h dks jtlzko ¼jtksn'kZu½ 'kq: gksrk gS og mlds ekfld /keZ dk izFke fnu@jkr dgh tkrh gSA L=h ds ekfld /keZ ds izFke fnu ls ysdj lksygosa fnu rd dk LokHkkfod _rqdky ekuk x;k gSA _rqdky esa gh xHkkZèkku djsAa 2- _rqdky dh izFke pkj jkf=;ka jksxdkjd gksus ds dkj.k fuf"k) gSAa blh rjg X;kjgoha vkSj rsjgoha jkf= Hkh fuafnr gSA vr% bu N% jkf=;ksa dks NksMd + j 'ks"k nl jkf=;ksa esa gh xHkkZ/kku djsAa bu nl jkf=;ksa esa Hkh ;fn dksbZ ioZ&ozrkfn gks rks Hkh lekxe u djsAa 3- mijksDr fof/k ls p;u dh xbZ jkf=;ksa ds vykok 'ks"k le; ifr&iRuh la;e ls jgsAa D;ksfa d czãpkjh dk oh;Z gh Js"B gksrk gS] dkeh iq:"kksa dk ugha vkSj Js"B chtksa ls gh Js"B Qyksa dh mRifÙk gksrh gSA 4- xHkkZ/kku gsrq _f"k;ksa us jkf= gh egRoiw.kZ ekuh gSA vr% jkf= ds f}rh; izgj ¼10 ls 1 cts½ esa gh lekxe djsAa ,srjs;ksifu"kn~ ds vuqlkj& ^fnu esa laHkksx djus ls izk.k {kh.k gksrs gS*a A blh mifu"kn esa iznks"k dky vFkkZr~ xks/kwyh csyk Hkh laHkksx gsrq fuf"k) dgh xbZ gSA 5- 'kkjhfjd] ekufld :i ls LoLFk rFkk fujksxh] cqf)eku vkSj Js"B larku pkgus okyh naifÙk dks pkfg, fd og xHkZdky@xHkkZoLFkk esa laHkksx dnkfi u djsAa vU;Fkk gksus okyh larku thou Hkj dke okluk ls =Lr jgsxh rFkk mls fdlh Hkh izdkj dk 'kkjhfjd ekufld jksx@foÑfr gks ldrh gSA 6- laLdkjoku vkSj lPpfj= larku dh dkeuk okyh xHkZorh L=h dks pkfg, og xHkkZoLFkk ds nkSjku dke] Øksèk] yksHk] eksg] bZ";kZ] }s"k vkfn fodkjksa dk ifjR;kx dj nsA 'kqHk vkpj.k djsa vkSj izlUufpr jgsAa fdl jkf= ds xHkZ ls dSlh larku gksxh \ Û

pkSFkh jkf= esa xHkZèkkj.k djus ls tks iq= iSnk gksrk gS] og vYik;q] xq.kksa ls jfgr] nq%[kh vkSj nfjnzh gksrk gSA

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ikapoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls tUeh dU;k Hkfo"; esa flQZ yM+fd;ka gh iSnk djsxhA NBoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls mRiUu iq= e/;e vk;q ¼32&64 o"kZ½ dk gksxkA

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gksxhA Û

vkBoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls iSnk iq= lkSHkkX;'kkyh vkSj ,s'o;Zoku gksxkA

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ukSoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls lkSHkkX;orh vkSj ,s'o;Z'kkfyuh dU;k mRiUu gksrh gSA nloha jkf= ds xHkZ ls prqj ¼izoh.k½ iq= dk tUe gksrk gSA

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X;kjgoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls v/kekZpj.k djus okyh pfj=ghu iq=h iSnk gksrh gSA

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ckjgoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls iq:"kksÙke@loksZÙke iq= dk tUe gksrk gSA

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rsjgoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls ew[kZ] ikikpj.k djus okyh] nq%[k fpark vkSj Hk; nsus okyh loZnq"Vk iq=h dk tUe gksrk gSA ,slh iq=h o.kZ'kadj dks[k okyh gksrh gS tks fotkrh; fookg djrh gS ftlls ijaijkxr tkfr] dqy] /keZ u"V gks tkrs gSAa

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pkSngoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls tks iq= iSnk gksrk gS rks og firk ds leku /kekZRek] ÑrK] Lo;a ij fu;a=.k j[kus okyk] riLoh vkSj viuh fo|k cqf) ls lalkj ij 'kklu djus okyk gksrk gSA

Û

iangz oha jkf= ds xHkZ ls jktdqekjh ds leku lqna j] ije lkSHkkX;orh vkSj lq[kksa dks Hkksxus okyh rFkk ifrozrk dU;k mRiUu gksrh gSA

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lksygoha jkf= ds xHkZ ls fo}ku] lR;Hkk"kh] ftrsfa nz; ,oa lcdk ikyu djus okyk loZxq.k laiUu iq= tUe ysrk gSA MkWyh uked Dyksua HksM+ dh e`R;q ds ckn ekuo Dyksua f'k'kq ds vkSfpR; ij iz'u fpUg yx x;k gSA ;fn ftusfVd oSKkfud euq"; dh Dyksfuax esa lQy Hkh gks tk;s rks cuus okys Dyksu f'k'kq ekufld] ckSf)d] pkfjf=d vkfn izfrHkkvksa vkSj xq.kksa ls foghu gksx a As ,slh n'kk esa gesa vius izkphu Kku&foKku dh vksj eqMu+ k gh Js;Ldj gksxkA

lkroha jkf= ds xHkZ ls mRiUu dU;k vYik;q vkSj cka>

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bfPNr larku 'kqHks'k 'keZu] fnYyh

;fn ge pkgrs gSa fd gesa ,slh larku izkIr gks tks lkekftd] ikfjokfjd] vk/;kfRed vFkok lkaLdkfjd O;Fkk dks iwjk djsa vFkok tks gesa nSfod vkSj HkkSfrd nksuksa lq[kksa dks ns] blds fy, gesa gekjh larku i)fr ds "kksM"k laLdkj dh O;oLFkk dks viukuk iM+sxk] os gSa & xHkkZèkku] iqalou] lhearksu;u] tkrdeZA tc bfPNr larku dk fopkj ge djrs gSa rks iz'u mBrk gS yM+dk ;k yM+dh \ D;k ;g iz'u bruk gh gS\ eSa lksprk gwa fd bfPNr larku ds iz'u ij dqN yksx ,slk lksprs gksx a s ij lHkh ugha] dqN dh lksp gksxhA izkè;kid] izkQ s l s j ;k ;s lc rks gks ghA mlds lkFk esa / keZ dks ekuus okyk] 'kjkc ugha ihus okyk laLdkjoku] vkKkdkjh] dqy ijaijk dks fuHkkusokyk vkfn&vkfn rks buesa ls dqN phtsa tSls yM+dk ;k yM+dh dk iz'u gy fd;k tk ldrk gSA xHkZ/kkj.k ds fy, 'kkL= ds T;ksfr"kh; fl)kar] u{k=] frfFk] ekl] i{k] Ñ".k ;k 'kqDy i{k vkfn ds la;ksx ls nwljs rhljs ¼rhu ekg ls iwoZ½ vkS"kf/k iz;ksx }kjk vk;qoZsn fl)kar ls iql a ou izkIr dj ldrs gS]a ij tSlk fd iwoZ esa fy[kk gS fd MkWDVj] v/;kid vFkok lkaLÑfrd larku ds ewy esa ekrk&firk ds laLdkj] mudk [kku&iku mudk vkpj.k mudh thou 'kSyh vkSj xHkZ ds le; ekrk&firk dk O;ogkj] ifjokj dk okrkoj.k ;s lc phtsa ewy dkj.k gSAa ;fn ge pkgrs gSa fd gesa ,slh larku izkIr gks tks lkekftd] ikfjokfjd] vk/;kfRed vFkok lkaLdkfjd O;Fkk dks iwjk djsa vFkok tks gesa nSfod vkSj HkkSfrd nksuksa lq[kksa dks ns] blds fy, gesa gekjh lukru i)fr ds "kksM'k laLdkj dh O;oLFkk dks viukuk iM+x s k] os gSa & xHkkZ/kku] iql a ou] lhearksu;u] tkrdeZ vkfnA blds /kkj.k ds le; 'kqHk ;ksx] frfFk] okj] u{k= vkfn ds lkFk Hkxoku fo".kq] lw;]Z iztkifr] ljLorh] vf'ouh dqekj uke ds nsorkvksa ls izkFkZuk Lo:i ekaxk tkrk gS fdlh Hkh :i dk :ioku gksuk mÙke LokLF; ds fcuk laHko ugha 38

gksrk] ;s oh;Z ds vaMt vkSj 'kqØk.kqvksa ds Lo:i LFkkiu dh izkFkZuk gSA vkt ds lanHkZ esa tc Hkh ifr iRuh larku izkfIr ds fy, ljy lk/kuk vo'; djs]a N% ekl iwoZ Hkkstu dh LoPNrk] ok;qeM a y dh 'kqf) dk /;ku j[kdj ,sfPNd larku dk ykHk mBk ldrs gSAa vk;qonZs esa lHkh jlksa dk ewy rRo vUu dks ekuk gSa vUu ls gh oh;Z jt cuus dk fu;e gSA vUu jl] jDr] ekal] esn] vLFkh] eTtk vkSj oh;Z ,oa jt dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA blds cuus dh fØ;k esa lkekU;r% ,d ls rhu ekl dk le; yxrk gSA bldk ewy dkj.k O;fDr dh izkÑfrd O;oLFkk gksrh gSA okr] fiÙk] dQ dh fHkUurk blesa LoPN Hkkstu] LoPN ok;q] ty] O;k;ke] LoLFk fuanzk rFkk LoPN fopkj/kkjk ekufldrk dk fo'ks"k egRo gSA xHkkZ/kku ls iwoZ naifÙk dk ru] eu] cqf)] foosd lkfRod] la;e LoLFk ok;q J)k Hkkouk ,oa bZ'oj vuqdia k ds izfr vkLFkk gh LoLFk vkSj iw.kkZ;q larku ds fy, oj iznkrk gSA vkt ds HkkSfrdoknh ;qx esa Hkksx dh iz/kkurk vukJqfr larku ns jgh gSA blfy, xHkZikr] Hkw.kgR;k] vkpj.kghurk vkfn tks dqN izkIr gks jgk gS] mlls vU; Jqfr tula[;k gh lalkj dks fey jgh gS] la;ksx ls gh egkiqjk.k lalkj esa vk jgs gSa fdlh izkphu fØ;kRerk ls ughaA xHkkZ/kku dk eq[; mís'; gS vPNh larku dh izkfIrA tks lkekU; fØ;k dh rqyuk esa ;kstukc) iwoZd laLdkjiwoZd djus ls T;knk vPNh jgrh gSA izR;sd dk;Z dks fopkjiwod Z djus ls ldkjkRed fopkj dh lksp ij Hkkoh larku tUe ysrh gSA ekrk&firk nksuksa dh lfEefyr ;kstuk cukdj iwjh rS;kjh djus ls laLdkj laiUu larku izkIr gksrh gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a igys ls lksp djds Hkkoh larku dks jksxh 'kjhj] nqcZy eu vkSj detksj cqf) nsus ls cpk ldrs gSAa xHkkZ/kku laLdkj dh 'kqHkrk ls vPNh larku izkfIr ds fy, iw.kZ rS;kjh djus ds fy, laLdkj fØ;k dh iz/kkurk gSA iqalou % xHkkZ/kku fuf'pr gks tkus ij ;g laLdkj fd;k tkrk gSA laLdkj dk ewy mís'; ekrk dks ekufld :i ls vPNh larku dh mRifÙk ds fy, izfs jr djuk gSA xHkkZ/kku ds i'pkr~ ekrk dh Hkwfedk gh egRoiw.kZ gksrh gSA vU; ifjtu xHkZorh ekrk dk ru&eu LoLFk jgs bl ckr dk iz;kl djrs gSAa iq#"kRo izkfIr ds fy, fd;k tkus okyk dk;Z xHkZ /kkj.k ds i'pkr~ iq= larku gh gks ,slh dkeuk ds lkFk iql a ou fØ;k dk egRo gSA ftlesa le; ds lkFk vkS"kf/k rFkk ea=ksa ds iz;ksx }kjk nwljs rhljs eghus esa xHkZorh dks uohu oL= èkkj.k djkdj xk;=h iwtk ds i'pkr~ jk=h esa oV o`{k ewy dh tVk mldh ukd esa _pkvksa ds lkFk flafpr fd;k tkrk gSA iq= izkfIr gsrq lqy{k.k] oVo`{k] lgnsoh] fo'onsoh dh fnO; vkS"kf/k;ksa dk feJ.k rhu cwna ukd esa Mkyus dk fo/kku gSA xHkZorh mls ckgj uk Fkwds bl ckr dk fo'ks"k /;ku j[kuk pkfg,A bl fØ;k ds i'pkr~ xHkZorh dks vPNk lkfgR;] vPNh okrkZ] vPNh ppkZ] ikfjokfjd tuksa ls Lusg vFkok ftl izdkj dh larku dh vfHk#fp gks bl ij /;ku nsuk pkfg,A ifr&iRuh dks xksn esa ty Hkjk dy'k] ukfj;y j[kdj iRuh ds mnj dh nkfgus gkFk dh vukfedk ls Nwrs gq, dgs fd gekjs larku xq.koku cyoku vkSj vkpkjoku mRiUu gksxhA rRi'pkr~ dy'k dks nsork ds lkeus j[k nsAa ftl ftl ik= esa [khj gS ml ij ,d iq"i j[k dj L=h&iq#"k dks ns nsa vkSj dgs & ß;s [khj i`Foh ij mRiUu loZ y{k.k tho ikyd dks ekrk ds nqX/k ,oa ouLifr dk ;ksx gSA bldks xzg.k djus ls Js"B larku mRiUu djksxhAÞ [khj dh vkgqfr nsdj ifjokjtu vk'khokZn ns]a xHkZorh L=h [khj dks xzg.k djsAa iql a ou laLdkj dk eq[; mís'; iq= larku dh izkfIr gh gSA

fopkj xks"Bh Review fd;k tkrk FkkA ;Kkof'k"V ?k`r dh feyh gqbZ f[kpM+h xHkZorh dks f[kyk;h tkrh FkhA bl laLdkj dk le; pkSFks ;k ikaposa ekl esa tc panzek fdlh iq#"k u{k= esa gksrk Fkk rc fd;k tkrk gSA xk; cNM+s dh lsok vkSj Li'kZ Hkh djuk Js"B iq= nkrk gksrk gSA tkrdeZ laLdkj % dqN 'kkL=ksa ds vuqlkj ;g deZ ckyd ds tUe ls iwoZ fd;k tkrk Fkk fd vkt bls ukedj.k laLdkj ls tkuk tkrk ;k fd;k tkrk gSA ckyd ds tUeksijkar ;g laLdkj nl fnu dh 'kqf) ds lkFk fd;k tkrk gSA ckyd ds tUe le; u{k= ds vuq:i mldk Js"B ukedj.k djus dk fo/kku gSA ml le; xkse= w xaxkty iku ds lkFk gou xzg 'kkUR;FkZ fd;k tkrk gSA lw;Z iwtu ds lkFk ty dwi dqy nsorkvksa dk lekjksg iwoZd iwtu fd;k tkrk gSA ckyd dh nh?kkZ;q ds fy, ukanh Jk) fir`it w u ,oa nku eku fd;k tkrk gSA czkã.k Hkkstu ds lkFk izhfr Hkkstu dk vk;kstu mRlo euk;k tkrk gSA Hkkjrh; laLÑfr esa iq= tUeksRlo dk ;gh le`f)'kkyh iz;kstu gSA v'kh'k vkSj ea= 'kfDr ls nSfud fnup;kZ esa iq=kfFkZ;ksa dks ekrk&firk o`)tuksa rFkk fl)iq#"kksa ,oa nsorkvksa dk pj.k oanu djds vk'khokZn izkIr djuk pkfg,A Hkxoku ds oa'k of.kZr ^Jh gfjoa'k iqjk.k* dk fof/kor Jo.k&iBu Hkh iq= izkfIr dk Js"B mik; gSA Jh larku xksiky Lrks= ,oa Jh nsodh lqr xksfoUn] oklqnos txRirsA nsfg es ru;a Ñ".ka] Rokega 'kj.ka xr%AA dk lok yk[k ea= tki Hkh Js"B iq= dk nkrk gSA Jh nqxkZ lIr'krh ,oa vU; ea= Hkh 'kkL=ksa esa vuq"BkuiwoZd fd;s tkus ij Js"B ,oa bfPNr larku iznku djrs gSAa

lhearks;u % ;g laLdkj iql a ou dk foLrkj gSA nwj ns'k dh ;k=k u djsAa leqnz dh ;k=k u djsAa ifr iRuh la;e ls jgsAa uk[kwu ,oa ds'k uk dkVs]a okn fookn ls nwj jgs]a Øksèk rFkk vkyL; dk R;kx djsAa izkphu dky esa laLdkj ds fnu ?kh dh vkgqfr;ka ifr&iRuh ds ckyksa dks dPps Qyksa dh le la[;k 'kkgh ds rhu jax okys dkaV]s dq'kk ds rhu xqPNksa ls Åij mBkdj & ^Å¡ HkwHkqZo% Lo%* dk nl ckj mPpkj.k AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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jey T;ksfr"k ls tkusa larku lq[k dc MkW- ujsanz dqekj ^HkS;k*] Hkjriqj jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= esa fcuk tue if=dk ;kuh fd jey T;ksfr"kk 'kkL= ds ikls ftls vjch Hkk"kk esa ^dqjk* dgrs gSaA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= esa bl iz'u ds vfrfjDr fdlh Hkh iz'u esa tkrd dk uke] ekrk&firk dk uke] tUe frfFk] okj] ?kM+h vkSj rks iapkax dh vko';drk dHkh fdlh fLFkfr esa ugha gksrh gSA ek= ikls }kjk gh iz'u djokdj mDr iz'u dk larku lq[k dc vkSj dSls dh ckor ekxZ n'kZu o lek/kku izkfIr fd;k tk ldrk gSA Hkkjro"kZ esa Hkfo"; dFku tkuus vkSj lek/kku ds okLrs vusd fo/kkvksa dk fo}ku le;&le; ij lgkjk fy;k djrs gSAa jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ fo"kku dh vusd 'kk[kk,a Hkh orZeku esa ekStnw gSA ftlesa jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= ;kuh fd ^bYe&,&jey* ,d lcls egRoiw.kZ T;ksfr"k txr dh thrh tkxrh vxWBw h vfr 'kh?kz leL;kvksa ds ekxZ n'kZu lek/kku djus okyh i)fr gSA ftlesa izk.kh ek= ¼LFkkoj vkSj taxe½ dk iw.kZ ys[kk&tks[kk fdlh ?kVuk fo'ks"k ls iwoZ jgrs gq, 'kks/k j [kkstk tk ldrk gSA oSls rks T;ksfr"k dh orZeku esa vkSj Hkh dbZ 'kk[kk,a izpfyr gSA ftlesa ewd iz'u] dky ukek] dsjy i)fr] iz'u ra= bR;kfn eq[; gSA jey dh dnkfi vko';drk ugha gksrh gSA ;gka rd dh uke] ?kM+h] okj] fnu] le; vkSj rks vkSj iapkax dh Hkh vko';drk ugha gksrh gSA iz'udrkZ ek= jeykpk;Z ds ikl vius vfHk"V dk;Z dc rd] fdlds ek/;e ls fdl izdkj gksxk ,oa vU; rkRdkfyd iz'u o orZeku le; fdl xzg dh izfrdwyrk ¼v'kqHkrk½ gS vkSj dc rd cjkcj ijs'kkuhe; esa jgsxhA fdl 'ks;lZ esa rsth&eanh dc vkSj fdl le; vk,xh vkSj blesa dSls ykHk gksxk ;k ughaA lkFk gh fdl thal esa rsth dc vkSj eanh dc gksxhA blesa Hkh ykHk izkIr gksxk vFkok gkfu bR;kfn dks eu opu vkSj vkarfjd Hkkouk ls ysdj tk,A D;ksfa d fdlh Hkh T;ksfr"k 'kkL= esa J)k fo'okl dk Hkko iz'udrkZ ds eu esa gksuk vfr vko';d gSA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= esa thou ds izR;sd dfBu ls dfBu leL;k ds ekxZ n'kZu vkSj lek/kku ek= ikls Mkydj fd;k tkrk gSA ikls dks vjch Hkk"kk esa ^dqjk* dgrs gSAa tks iz'udrkZ ds 'kdy ¼vkÑfr½ dks jey vjch T;ksfr"kh; xf.kr ds eqrkfcd izLrkj ;kuh fd tk;pk cuk;k tkrk gSA ml izLrkj ds ekè;e ls iz'udrkZ ds leLr iz'uksa dk ekxZ n'kZu o lek/kku xf.kr ds }kjk 40

rRdky gh izkIr gksrk 'kDy uke jgrk gSA ;g lkjh yfg;ku izfØ;k iz'udrkZ ds 1 jeykpk;Z ds mUeq[k 2 dCtqy nkf[ky gksus ij gksrh gSA ;fn dCtqy [kkfjt iz'udrkZ jeykpk;Z ds 3 lEeq [ k uk gks rks tekr iz'udrkZ ds leLr 4 iz'uksa dk tckoe; 5 Qjg le/kku lfgr ^iz'u mDyk QkeZ* }kjk fd;k tk 6 ldrk gSA tks orZeku vafd'k esa ,d uohu 'kks/k }kjk 7 rS;kj fd;k x;k gSA 8 gqejk bu nksuksa iz'u djus ij C;kt i)fr }kjk iz k Ir 9 ifj.kke ,d gh vkrk 10 uqLrqy [kkfjt gSA blls izkIr Qykns'k esa fHkUurk fdlh izdkj 11 uqLrqy nkf[ky ls dHkh ugha gksrh gS exj xf.krh; fLFkfr 12 vros [kkfjt iw.kZr% fHkUu vo'; gh 13 udh gks r h gS a vktdy Hkkjrh; T;ksfr"k }kjk 14 vros nkf[ky cuk;h tk jgh Hkfo";dky ds tkuus 15 bTtrek ds okLrq tue dqM a yh 16 rjhdk dqN yksxksa ds ikl ugha gS vFkok iw.kZ ugha gS gSA ftudk Qykns'k iw.kZ rFkk rFkk ftlds ikl gS Hkh] lgh ?kfVr ugha gksrk gSA bl rks iw.kZ :i ls lgh ugha dkj.k ls iz'udrkZ iw.kZ ekufld AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a :i ls lar"q V ugha gksrk gS vkSj uk gh mls bfPNr ykHk dh izkfIr gksrk gS exj jey 'kkL= esas tUe dqM a yh vkfn dh vko';drk dnkfi ugha gksrh gSA jey 'kkL= ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ dk Qykns'k buds eqdkcys dkQh lVhd izkIr gksrk gSA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ esa iklk Mkyus ds mijkar izLrkj ;kuh fd tk;pk cuk;k tkrk gSA izLrkj ds 16 ?kj gksrs gSAa 13] 14] 15] 16 ?kj xokg ;kuh fd lk{kh ?kj gksrs gSAa izLrkj ds 1] 5] 9] 13 ?kj vfXu rRo ds gksrs gSAa 2] 6] 10] 14 ?kj ok;q rRo ds gksrs gSAa 3] 7] 11] 15 ?kj ty rRo ds gksrs gSa vkSj vafre ?kj 13] 14] 15] 16 ?kj i`Foh rRo ds gksrs gSAa jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= ds 16 'kdyksa ¼vkÑfr;ks½a dks fuEu izdkj ls foHkkftr fd;k x;k gSA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= esa fcuk tue if=dk ;kuh fd jey T;ksfr"kk 'kkL= ds ikls ftls vjch Hkk"kk esa ^dqjk* dgrs gSAa ;fn L=h iz'udrkZ gks rks lcls vPNk jgrk gSA ;fn fdlh dkj.ko'k L=h iz'udrkZ ugha gks rks mlds ifr ds }kjk mDr iz'u ikls ds }kjk d;k tk ldrk gSA ;fn ;s egk'k; Hkh uk gks rks ekrk&firk ds }kjk Hkh ikls mkys tk ldrx gSAa mu iklksa ds eqrkfcd cuk, x;s izLrkj ;kuh fd tk;ps ds vuqlkj ekxZ n'kZu o lek/kku izkfIr gksrk gSA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= esa bl iz'u ds vfrfjDr fdlh Hkh iz'u esa tkrd dk uke] ekrk&firk dk uke] tUe frfFk] okj] ?kM+h vkSj rks iapkax dh vko';drk dHkh fdlh fLFkfr esa ugha gksrh gSA ek= ikls }kjk gh iz'u djokdj mDr iz'u dk larku lq[k dc vkSj dSls dh ckor ekxZ n'kZu o lek/kku izkfIr fd;k tk ldrk gSA ;g lkjh dk;Z iz.kkyh tkrd ds jeykpk;Z ds lEeq[k gksrh gSA exj jey T;ksfr"k dk fo{ku uk gksus dhy fLFkfr esa ^iz'u QkeZ* ds ek/;e ls Hkh mDr dk;Z dks laikfnr fd;k tk ldrk gSa ;g nksuksa dk;Z iz.kkyh ,d gh gS exj xf.kfr; fLFkfr vyx&vyx gSA tks fd izR;sd dk;Z ckr esa fofHkUu le;kuqlkj vkrh jgrh gSA jey ¼vjch T;ksfr"k½ 'kkL= ds izLrkj ;kuh fd tk;ps ds izFke] ikapos]a NBs ?kj esa ;fn 'kqHk 'kdysa ¼vkÑfr½ gks vkSj lk{kh ?kj Hkh 'kqHk gks lkFk gh utj&,&rjohj gks] cykoy Hkh 'kqHk gks rks iz'udrkZ ds larku la[k o larku ls ykHk izkFfIr dk gksrk gSA blh fLFkfr esa iz'udrkZ dks iape ?kj esa utj&,&Fedkjuk lkFk gh fudVorhZ o nwjorhZ lk{kh Hkh 'kqHk gks rks larku fo'ks'k lqna j] lq'khy] Lo;a HkkX;'kkyh vkSj ifjokjtuksa dh HkkX;ghurk dks u"V djus okyh] jax lkQ ¼xksjk½ gksrh gSA ;fn blds foijhr gks vkSj AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review utj&,&rlnhj dh n`f"V gks rks larku ifjokj dh [kq'kh;kyrk] HkkX;'kkyhrk dks HkkX;ghurk esa rCnyh djus esa vPNh lgk;d ksrh gSA f'k'kq dk jax dq:i gksrk gSA ;fn iz'udrkZ ds izLrkj esa tekr 'kdy yXu ij n`f"V j[krh gks rks larku fodykax gksrh gSA ;fn iape ?kj esa v'kqHk 'kDysa gks o NBs ?kj esa fdlh izdkj ls v'kqHk 'kdy gks rks larku ds vfrfjDr L=h dh fdlh nw"V vkRek dh utj ;kuh fd Nk;k ¼lk;k½ gksuk Li"V :i ls gksuk ik;k tkrk gSA ftlls iz'udrkZ L=h dks 'kkjhfjd ekufld vkfFkZd vkSj ikfjokfjd lkFFk gh nkEiR; thou esa cjkcj ijs'kkuh o Vdjko jgus dk ;ksx LFkk;h rkSj ij dk;e gksrk gSA iz'udrkZ dk larku lq[k ds vfrfjDr eu dk mnklhurk o rukoxzLr fLFkfr Hkh gksuk ik;h tkrh gSA lkFk gh thou cjkcj vlarq"V vkSj Vdjkoe; ftlls 'kksdkdqy dh fLFkfr esa LFkk;h rkSj ij gksuk fn[kkbZ nsrk gSA ;fn izLrkj ds v"Ve ?kj esa 'kdy Qjg gks ;g 'kdy rqyk jkf'k dh gS o L=h laKd ls lacfa /kr j[krh gS lkFk gh equdfcy 'kdy gSA bl fLFkfr esa iz'udrkZ dks larku lq[k fo'ks"k gh ijs'kkuh ls lkFk gh o`) voLfkk esa gksxhA ;fn izLrkj esa vf/kdka'kr% 'kdysa bTtrek vkSj tekr gks rks iq:"k ds oh;Z esa larkuksRirh ds 'kqØk.kq dh deh gksus ds dkj.k larku lq[k izkfIr dk ;ksx ugha gksrk gSA ;fn mlh izLrkj ds n'ke ?kj esa egku v'kqHk 'kdysa dCtqy [kkfjt] vros [kkfjt gks o fedkjuk dh n`"Vikr gks rks iz'udrkZ dks bl okLrs fpfdRld }kjk nh tkus okyh nokvksa ls ykHk vkSj okafNr 'kkafr dk ;ksx Hkh ugha gksuk ik;k tkrk gSA ;fn iz'udrkZ ds izLrkj ds NBs ?kj esa bTtrek o tekr 'kdy gks] tks fd cq/k xzg dh lkfcr 'kdysa gSAa tks mDr tkrd dks fdlh izrs vkRek ¼elku½ dh dqn`f"Vrk ¼utj½ dk Li"V :i ls ladrs nsrh gSA ftlls xHkkZ/kku esa ijs'kkuh o xHkZikr dk cjkoj Hk; lkFk gh xHkZikr ls gksus okyh chekfj;ksa dh vk'kadk cjkcj cuh jgrh gSA ftlls f'k'kq ¼larku½ dks rks gkfu gksrh gSA ;fn izLrkj ds v"Ve ?kj esa moyk 'kdy gks tks 'kfu xzg dh egku 'kdy gSa ekrk dks Hkh thoudky dh ckcr e`R;q ;ksx Hkh cukrh gSA iz'udrkZ dks bu leLr fLFkfr }kjk ekxZ n'kZu gksus ds ckotwn ;g tkuuk vko';d gS fd orZeku esa fdl xzg dh izfrdwyrk ¼v'kqHkrk½ cjkcj py jgh gSA ftlls mDr larku lq[k dh ckcr yHk 'kkafr }kjk lek/kku gks ldsA bl okLrs tkrd jey fl);a- /kkj.k djsa vFkok ml xzg ds okLrs ux ;k xzg 'kkafr fo/kku }kjk djkus ls ykHk o 'kkafr izkfIr gks ldsA 41


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izkf.k;ksa dsfy, dke ¼lsDl½ ds nks eq[; mís'; gSa izFke fo"k;kuan rFkk bwljk oa'k o`f)A larfr vFkkZr~ oa'k o`f) dke dk eqyHkwr izk;kstu gSA ftls T;ksfr"k 'kkL= tUekax ds lIre Hkko lIres'k ,oa 'kqØ ds ek/;e ls vfHkO;Dr djrk gSA xhrk dk dFku gS fd tSls ekuo QVs oLrksa dk R;kx dj u;s /kkj.k djrk gS mlh izdkj thokRek Hkh iqjkus 'kjhj dks R;kx dj ubZ nsg dks /kkj.k djrk gSA izR;sd thokRek vius iwoZ deks± ds vuqlkj fuf'pr ekrk&firk ds ;gka tue ysrh gS vkSj tue ysrs le; vkdk'k esa xzgksa vkSj u{k=ksa dh tks fLFkfr gksrh gS ml vkdk'kh; fLFkfr ds vuqlkj gh O;fDr dk thou fu/kkZfjr gksrk gSA izkphu lkekftd O;oLFkk esa fir` _.k] Hkkr` _.k ,oa nso _.k dks fo'ks"k egRo fn;k x;k gSA /keZ 'kkL=ksa ds vuqlkj larkuksRifr ds }kjk fir` _.k dks pqdk;k tk ldrk gSA /keZ] vFkZ] dke vkSj eks{k thou ds pkj ize[q k lsrq gS]a ftl izdkj thou ;kiu ds fy, /ku] bZ'oj izkfIr vFkkZr~ eks{k vkRe 'kqf) /keZ dk izeq[k y{; gS] Bhd mlh izdkj l`f"V fodkl ds fy, dke vFkkZr lsDl Hkh tho ek= dh Hkz.w k Hkwr vfHko`fr gSA izkf.k;ksa dsfy, dke ¼lsDl½ ds nks eq[; mís'; gSa izFke fo"k;kuan rFkk bwljk oa'k o`f)A larfr vFkkZr~ oa'k o`f) dke dk eqyHkwr izk;kstu gSA ftls T;ksfr"k 'kkL= tUekax ds lIre Hkko lIres'k ,oa 'kqØ ds ek/;e ls vfHkO;Dr djrk gSA larku dk dkjd dqM a yh dk iape Hkko] iapes'k rFkk panz] 'kqØ] lw;Z] xq# ,oa eaxy gSA panz vkSj eaxy L=h ds ekfld /keZ vkSj vaM fuekZ.k ds dkj.k gz rFkk xq# vkSj panez k iq:"k ds oh;Z vkSj 'kqØk.kqvksa ds dkjd gSA L=h ds vaM ,oa iq#"k ds 'kqØk.kq ds lg;ksx ls xHkZ /kkj.k gksrk gSA vr% budk cyoku ,oa ÅtkZoku gksuk ijeko';d gSA fdlh efgyk ds ekfld /keZ ds le; L=h ds tUekax esa tUedkyhu panzek ls tc xkspj dk panzek 3]6]10 ,oa 11osa Hkko dks NksMd + j vFkkZr yXu] 42

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euksokafNr larku dSls izkIr djsa MkW- lqeu 'kekZ] bykgkckn uoxzg dks izlUu djus ls fuf'pr gh vkus okys f'k'kq ds xzg mls vk'khokZn nsaxs rFkk mldh dqaMyh esa vPNh fLFkfr dk fuekZ.k djsaxsA izkjC/k ds xzg mlds dqN vuqdwy cu ldrs gSaA ;g ekrk ds gkFk esa gSA

bl u'oj lalkj esa tks vk;k gS mls tkuk gh iM+rk gSA mlds ckn tho dk vius deks± ds vuqlkj iqutZUe gksrk gSA t:jh ugha fd ckj&ckj mls euq"; dk ru gh izkIr gksA ;g rks mlds deksZ ds vuqlkj ijekRek fuf'pr djrk gSA bl ykSfdd txr esa euq"; nsg ds leku dksbZ 'kjhj ugha] dksbZ ;ksfu ugha gSA lHkh tho ekuo nsg gh izkIr djuk pkgrs gSAa ekuo ;ksfu loZJ"s B ;ksfu gSA blh ru ls eks{k izkIr fd;k tk ldrk gSA izHkw dk Hktu ,oa HkfDr dh tk ldrh gSA izHkq dks ik;k tk ldrk gSA ;g 'kjhj gh LoxZ rFkk eks{k dh lh<+h gSA uj ru le ufg dofuÅ nsgh] tho pjkpj tkpr rsgh ujd LoxZ vioxZ fulsuh] X;ku fojkx Hkxfr lqHknsuh jkepfjrekul O;kl th us Hkh Hkkxor iqjk.k esa dgk gS& lokFkZ lEHkoksngs % Hkkxor iqjk.k 10@65@51 nsg gh leLr vFkks± dh izkfIr dk lk/ku gSA euq"; nsg nqyHkZ gSA nsg /kkj.k djus ds fy, tho dks ekrk dh vko';drk gksrh gSA fcuk ekrk firk ds la;ksx ds tho dks 'kjhj ugha izkIr gks ldrk gSA iq:"k dk ,dkn'k Hkko L=h dk mnj gSA mnj ds varxZr gh xHkkZ'k; gSA xHkZ/kkj.k djus ij ekrk dk mnj c<+rk gSA ;fn bl mnj ij ,dkn'k Hkko 'kfu dk izHkko gS rks ekrk dk isV T;knk mHkkj u ysdj nck jgrk gSA ;fn bl ij xq# dk izHkko gS rk T;knk mHkkj foLr`r Lo:i gksrk gSA L=h tho dks tue nsus ds fy, viuh vksj vkdf"kZr djrh gS blh fy, ;s fgj.;xHkkZ gSA 44

Js"B ekrk ds xHkZ ls Js"B iq= dk tUe gksrk gSA ftldh Hkh larku Js'B gS rks ;g vuqeku yxk fy;k tkrk gS fd ekrk Js"B gSA tho dks tc rd mlds laLdkjksa ds vuq:i xHkZ ugha feyrk gS og varfj{k esa HkVdrk gSA mi;qDr xHkZ dh izkfIr gksus ij og thokRek xHkZ esa izo's k djrh gSA T;ksfr"k dk ,d lw= ;g gS fd xHkkZ/kku ds le; panzek ftl jkf'k esa gksrk gS tkrd ds tUe ds le; mldh yXu ogh gksrh gSA tSL& s xHkkZ/kku ds le; panzek o`"k jkf'k esa gS rks tkrd dh jkf'k Hkh o`"k gh gksxhA ;fn O;fDr bfPNr larku pkgrk gS] lqna j] ;ksX; vkSj xq.koku larku pkgrk gS] vPNs pfj=oku ,oa nh?kkZ;q larku pkgrk gS rks pkoy idkdj mlesa ?kh Mkydj ngh ds lkFk liRuhd [kk;sA ,slk djus ds ckn gh larku izkIr djus dh bPNk j[ksAa xHkkZ/kku ds le; iq:"k dk lw;Z Loj pyrk gS rks iq= larku iSnk gksrh gSA iq#'k dk panz Loj pyrk gS rks dU;k larku iSnk gksrh gSA ;fn iq#"k dk nksuksa Loj pyrk gS rks uiql a d larku iSnk gksrh gSA ;fn xHkkZ/kku dky esa L=h dk nksuksa Loj pyrk gS rks uiql a d dU;k iSnk gksrh gSA blfy, 'kkL=ksa esa dgk x;k gS fd iRuh dks ifr ds ck;ha rjQ lksuk pkfg,A L=h ds ekfld /keZ dh le jkf'k;ksa esa tc panz Loj pys rks ml le; xHkkZ/kku djus ls iq= larku iSnk gksrh gS ,oa fo"ke jkf'k;ksa jkf'k;ksa esa lw;Z Loj py jgk gks rks dU;k larku iSnk gksrh gSA euksud q y w ] bfPNr larku dh izkfIr gsrq naifr dks pkfg, fd mijksDr fu;eksa dk /;ku ;fn j[ksx a s rks fuf'pr gh Js"B ,oa xq.kxku larku izkIr gksxhA mifu"kn dgrk gS fd & AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a ^vFk ; bPNsr iq=ksa esa dfiy % fiaxyks tk;rs }kSA osnkcuqczohr loZHkk;qfj;kfnfr n/;ksnua ikpkf;RokAA lfiZ";Ur;'uh;krkeh'ojkS tuf;roSA tc rd ckyd xHkZ esa jgrk gS] flQZ ekrk ds laidZ esa jgrk gSA blfy, 'kkL= dgrk gS fd js"B ekrk gh Js"B ckyd dks tUe nsrh gSA ekrk gh ckyd dh izFke xq# gksrh gSA xHkkZ/kku ls ysdj izlo i;±r og xHkZLFk tho esa laLdkj Mkyrh gSA ekrk dk [kk;k gqvk vUu ,oa fi;k gqvk ty gh ukM+h tky ds }kjk xHkZLFk f'k'kq dk fuekZ.k gksrk jgrk gSA xHkZ esa tho dks vius iwoZ tUe dk Lej.k jgrk gSA vius 'kqHk ,oa v'kqHk deks± dks og tkurk jgrk gSA xHkZ esa mls ?kksj ihM+k Hkh jgrh gSA rc og lksprk gS fd ;fn eSa bl ihM+k :ih xHkZ ls ckgj vk x;k rks lkjs cqjs deZ NksM+ izHkq dk /;ku d:axkA ijarq xHkZ ds ckgj vkrs gh oS".koh ok;q ds Li'kZ ls lHkh ckrsa Hkwy tkrk gSA ekrk ds xHkZ esa larku jgus ij rhljs eghus ls ikaposa eghus ds chp esa blhfy, xHkZ iwtu vFkok iql a ou laLdkj djk;k tkrk gS rkfd Js"B laLdkjksa okyh larku dk tUe gksA lkjs xzgksa dk vk'khokZn mls izkIr gks] uoxzg vuqdy w cusA xq#tuksa dk cM+kas dk vk'khokZn izkIr gksA ftlls mldk Hkfo"; lq[kn gksA vkus okys tho dks lHkh vk'khokZn nsrs gSa mldk thou eaxye; gksA xHkZ ls ckgj vkus esa mls ?kksj ihM+k ugha mBkuh iM+As ekrk ds xHkZ ls gh ckyd ds lkjs xzgksa dk fuekZ.k gks tkrk gSA D;ksfa d gekjk iwoZ tUe esa fd;k iki iq.; gh gekjk izkjC/k gSA mlh ds vuqlkj O;fDr dh dqM a yh Hkh rS;kj gksrh gSA ckyd ds iwoZÑR; deZ dks mldh dqM a yh dks ekrk ugha cny ldrhA ijarq xHkkZoLFkk ds nkSjku izFke ls ukSoas ekg rd ekrk fuEu ckrksa dks /;ku esa j[ksa rks fuf'pr :i ls es/kkoh larku cusxhA D;ksfa d xHkkZoLFkk ds nkSjku izFke ekg ls ukSoas ekg rd dksbZ u dksbZ xzg dk vf/kiR; jgrk gSA ekrk&firk ;fn mu fu;eksa dk ikyu djsa rks og xzg vo'; :i ls mlds 'kjhj fuekZ.k esa viuh vuqdy w rk iznku djsx a As D;ksfa d foKku dgrk gS fd ckyd ds efLr"d dk 70 izfr'kr fodkl ekrk ds xHkZ esa gks tkrk gSA ckyd viuk lqna j vkdkj dSls xzg.k djrk gS ;g ekrk ij fuHkZj djrk gSA ekrk D;k lksprh gS \ D;k djrh gS \ D;k [kkrh gS] bldk lh/kk vlj ckyd ij iM+rk gSA ekrk dks xHkkZoLFkk ds nkSjku isV ij dHkh&dHkh T;knk xaHkhj pksV yx tkrh gS rks og cPpk efLr"d ls fodykax iSnk gksrk AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review gSA 'kkfjfjd :i ls Hkh fodykax gks ldrk gSA blh izdkj xzg.k dk Hkh lh/kk vlj cPps ij gksrk gSA ftl jkf'k esa panz xzg.k gksrk gS vFkok ftl jkf'k ij lw;Z xzg.k gksrk gS ml jkf'k dk 'kjhj ds ftl vax ls lac/a k gksrk gSA xzg.k dky esa fd;s x;s xHkkZ/kku ls ekufld :i ls fodykax cPps iSnk gksrs gSAa ,slk fo'ks"k:i ls panz xzg.k ds nkSjku gksrk gSA D;ksfa d panez k dks jkgq xzlrk gSA eu gh panez k gSA lw;Z xzg.k dky esa fd;s xHkkZ/kku ls 'kkjhjhd fodykaxrk vkrh gSA LokLF; [kjkc jgrk gSA D;ksfa d lw;Z vkRek ,oa nsg gSA vc ckjh vkrh gS fd ekrk xHkZorh gks x;h rks ukS ekg rd ekrk D;k djs fd Js"B larku dk tUe gks og fuEufyf[kr gSA izR;sd ekg ds xHkZ ds nsork dks izlUu djsA izFke ekl % ;g 'kqØ dk eghuk gksrk gSA ekrk ds jt firk ds cht ls vaM dk fu"kspu gksrk gSA 'kqØ vf/kiR; bl ekg esa ekrk&firk dk 'kqØ ;k vkus okys tho dk 'kqØ detksj gS rks xHkZikr gks tk;sxkA ;fn xHkkZ/kku ds le;] xHkZèkkj.k djrs le; ekrk&firk dk 'kqØ vPNk gS rks cPpk lqna j gksxkA nwljk eghuk % xHkkZoLFkk dk nwljk eghuk eaxy dk gksrk gSA bl eghus dk ekfyd eaxy gS ;fn ekrk&firk dk eaxy xkspj esa xHkkZ/kku ds le; vPNk gS rks cPpk cy'kkyh] ijkØeh] ohj gksxk ugha rks jDrkYirk dk jksxh gksxkA mls jDr fodkj dh chekfj;ka gks ldrh gS bl eghus esa eka dks xqM+ dk nku djuk pkfg,A xje elkyk ugha [kkuk pkfg,A lqna jdkaM dk ikB djuk pkfg,A ukfj;y] lkSQ a ] feJh] [kks;k Mkyk nw/k ihuk pkfg,A ftlls ckyd dk eaxy etcwr gks lds ,oa cPpk cy'kkyh ijkØeh] fujksx cusA bl eghus guqer vjk/kuk ijeko';d gSA rhljk eghuk % bl eghus esa xHkZLFk f'k'kq ij c`gLifr dk vf/kiR; jgrk gSA Kku] cqf) rFkk us=ksa dk fuekZ.k bl eghus esa gksrk gSA ekrk dks panu] dslj dk fryd yxkuk pkfg,A xq# ds lkfUu/; esa jguk pkfg,A Kku foKku dh iqLrkdsa dk v/;;u djuk pkfg,A ftlls cPpk /kkfeZd fopkjksa dk] laLdkjoku] vkKkdkjh] rstLoh] es/kkoh rFkk fo}kuksa dk lEeku djus okyk xksjk ,oa lqna j gksA prqFkZ ekg % bl eghus dk ekfyd lw;Z gSA bl eghus lw;Z dks v?;Z nsu]s lw;Z dk ea= tki djus] mudk n'kZu vjkèkuk djus] xk;=h ea= dk tki djus ls xHkZLFk f'k'kq dks lw;Z dk vk'khokZn izkIr gksrk gSA rkacs ds fxykl ls ikuh ihuk pkfg,A bl le; 'kjhj ds lkjs vaxksa dk fuekZ.k gks tkrk 45


Review gSA ued de [kkuk pkfg,A xqM+ FkksMk+ [kkuk pkfg,A ikuh esa xqykc ty Mkydj Luku djuk pkfg,A ftlls ckyd dk 'kjhj dkarhe;] rstfLork] vkstfLork] vkRecy etcwr cusA ikapok eghuk % ikapoka eghuk panz dk eghuk gksrk gSA ekrk dks pkanh ds fxykl esa ikuh ihuk pkfg,A pkanh dk VqdM+k ikl j[ks ;k pkanh dh vaxBw h igusAa BaMk ikuh] BaMs is; inkFkZ] BaMh oLrqvksa dk lsou u djsAa lqcg&'kke xk; ds nw/k esa xk; dk ?kh Mkydj Åa ue% f'kok; dk ti dj ml nw/k dks ih;sAa bl iwjs eghus ds chp esa ,d ckj f'koth dk :nzkfHk"ksd djok ysuk pkfg,A eka u dj lds rks dksbZ Hkh mlds fufeÙk djsAa panz etcwr gksxk ,oa xHkZLFk f'k'kq vkxs pydj viuh ckrksa dks vius fopkjksa dks Li"V dg ldsxkA izlUufpr jgsxk] xkSj o.kZ dk gksxkA bl eghus esa iwjh peM+h cu tkrh gSA nw/k dks ikuh ;k xaxkty esa Mkydj iwjs mnj ij yxk;sAa ekrk dh lsok djsa mudk pj.k Li'kZ djsAa NBoka eghuk % bl eghus dk ekfyd 'kfu gksrk gSA ekrk firk dk 'kfu [kjkc gS rks cPpk detksj gksxkA vr% ?kj dh lkQ lQkbZ dk /;ku j[ksAa bl eghus ?kj xank u jgsA vLrO;Lr u jgsA bl eghus esa f'k'kq ds ckyksa ,oa HkkSgksa dk fuekZ.k gksrk gSA vka[k] dku] ukd] xyk dk fuekZ.k etcwr gksrk gSA iwtk LFky] eafnj dh lkQ&lQkbZ ifr iRuh feydj djsAa u'khyh pht] ekalkgkj dk lsou ugha djsAa ,slk djus ls 'kfu ,oa jkgq [kjkc gks tk,axAs ns'k ,oa lekt dh ppkZ djs] ihiy dk isM+ yxkdj lsok djsAa ukSdjksa dks migkj nsa ,oa dq"B jksxh dks nku nsAa cknh phtksa dk lsou ugha djsAa yksgs dk NYyk igusAa ikuh esa csyi=] Mkydj ugk;sAa >wB ugha cksyAas uk[kwu lkQ j[ksAa blls f'k'kq ds 'kfu etcwr gksx a As lkroka eghuk % lkrosa eghus dk ekfyd cq/k gSA cq/k detksj gksus ls QsQM+k detksj] lkal dh chekjh] Luk;qr= a detksj] isV detksj gksxkA ekrk&firk dk cq/k detksj gksus ij Hkh ckyd dks mijksDr chekfj;ka gks ldrh gSA vr% eka&cki ukM+h 'kks/ku djsAa gjh ?kkl ij VgysAa iÙksnkj gjh lfCt;ksa dk lsou djsAa cgu ,oa cqvk dk lEeku djsAa cq/k detksj gksus ls xf.kr detksj gks tk;sxkA ?kj dh mÙkj fn'kk LoPN j[ksAa vkBoka eghuk % bl eghus esa ef.kca/k ds ikl vaxBw s ds uhps ,oa dfuf"Bdk vaxqyh ds izFke ,oa f}rh; iksj dks nckrs jgsAa uhan dh nokbZ ugha ysAa ?kj dh ukyh lkQ j[ksAa uoxzg ea= dk ti ,oa iwtu djsAa dqÙks dks jksVh nsAa xgjh 46

a lkal ysdj ^Åa* dk ti djsAa xf.kr dh i<+kbZ u vk;s rc Hkh ljy :i esa djsAa lw;kZLr ds ckn xfj"B Hkkstu ugha ysAa bl eghus yksgs dk dM+k mrkj nsAa nw/k esa dsyk Mkydj xzg.k djsAa ty esa csyi= Mkydj ugk,aA xk;=h ea= dk ti djsAa firk dk lqcg 'kke pj.k Li'kZ djs]a blls lw;Z etcwr gksx a As ekrk dk pj.k Li'kZ djds vk'khokZn ys]a blls panz etcwr gksxkA HkkbZ;ksa ls izes j[ksAa cM+s HkkbZ dk pj.k Nwdj vk'khokZn ysAa blls eaxy cyoku gksxkA cgu] cqvk] csVh dk lEeku djs]a migkj nsAa yVthjk dh rhu ifÙk;ka fdlh cq/kokj dks xfHkZ.kh dks f[kyk nsAa cq/k cyoku gksxkA xq#] czkã.k] fo}ku dk lEeku djsAa lnSo xq# dk fparu djsAa c`gLifr cyoku gksxkA L=h dk lEeku djsAa xk; dks jksVh nsAa 'kqØ etcwr gksxkA ukSdj] lsod ,oa v/khuLFkksa dks izlUu j[ksAa mudh nqvk,a ysAa 'kfu cyoku gksxkA Hkaxh] esgrj dks nku nsrs jgsAa HkSjo eafnj esa izlkn p<+kos]a dqÙks dks jksVh nsAa blls jkgq cyoku gksx a As bl izdkj uoxzg dks izlUu djus ls fuf'pr gh vkus okys f'k'kq ds xzg mls vk'khokZn nsx a s rFkk mldh dqM a yh esa vPNh fLFkfr dk fuekZ.k djsx a As izkjC/k ds xzg mlds dqN vuqdy w cu ldrs gSAa ;g ekrk ds gkFk esa gSA tho dks rks vius deks± dk Qy Hkksxuk gh iM+rk gSA pkgs og 'kadjkpk;Z gksa ;k Lokeh jkeÑ".k ijegal gksAa Hkxoku Hkh ekuoru èkkj.k fd;s rks dqN d"V mUgsa Hkh lgus iM+Aas ukSok eghuk % ukSosa ekg esa ^Åa* dk tki djrs jgsAa egke`R;qt a ; ea= dk ti djsAa vius b"V dk /;ku djsAa pkanh dk NYyk igus jgsAa nw/k] dsyk ysrs jgsAa xHkZ esa ckyd ds jgus ij ekrk dks uoxzg ea= dk ti vo'; djuk pkfg,A ;fn laHko gks rks ^fo".kqlglzuke* dk ikB djsAa D;ksfa d ;g ikB lkjs ikiksa dk fouk'kd gSA ;fn xfHkZ.kh lkjs fu;eksa dk mijksäkuqlkj ikyu djrh gS rks fuf'pr :i ls mlds xHkZ esa tks tho gS mlds lafpr ;k izkjC/k ds ikiksa dk {k; gks tk;sxk D;ksfa d ,d gh mik; gS b'oj dh HkfDr rFkk lar dh 'kj.kA mlds f'k'kq dks xHkZ ls gh uoxzgksa dk vk'khokZn izkIr gksrk jgsxkA bl izdkj tks tho tue ysxk og Lo;a ds fy, rks HkkX;'kkyh gksxk] lkFk gh lkFk ekrk&firk ds fy, Hkh ,oa jk"Vª ds fy, egku O;fä gksxkA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


fopkj xks"Bh Review

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oaè;Ro dk fuokj.k T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ds vk/kkj ij iq:"kksÙke csgjs T;ksfr"k'kkL= ds }kjk ifr vkSj iRuh nksuksa dk xzgeku] xzgn'kk rFkk vU; dky fu.kZ; i)fr dk bLrseky djds mUgsa lgh lky] lgh fnu eryc lqeqgwrZ lq>k;k tkrk gSA ftu ifr vkSj iRuh dks bPNk gksus ij Hkh 1 lky ls T;knk oDr chr tkus rd larku izkfIr ugha gksrh ml chekjh dks 'kkL=h; 'kCnksa esa ^oa/;Ro* dgk tkrk gSA larku izkfIr u gksus ds vkSj Hkh dbZ ?kVd gksrs gSa ij muesa L=h vkSj iq:"k nksuksa vkSj nksuksa esa ls dksbZ ,d ftEesnkj gks ldrk gSA mlds fy, vyx&vyx izdkj dh tkap iz;ksx'kkyk esa dh tkrh gSA iq:"kksa ds fy, lhesu vuWfyfll] gkeksZUlVsLVhax] VªkUlsDVªy vkSj LØksVy vYVªklkÅaM mlh rjg fL=;ksa ds fy, esUlqj's ku lk;dy LVMh ls ysdj ,Q] ,l-,p- lOghZdy E;qdl VsLV] vYVªklkÅaM VsLV] gkeksZu VsLV] ghLVªkLs dksih] yWikz Ls dksih] baMkseVs hª vy ck;ksIlh bR;kfnA dbZ izdkj dh tkap djus ds ckn gh fdl izdkj dk nks"k gS ;g <w<k+ tkrk gSA I.U.I (Intrautarine incementation) & I.V.F. (In verto Fertilization) bu nks i)fr;ksa ls L=h iq:"kksa ij mipkj

fd;s tkrs gSAa I.U.I i)fr esa 'kqØcht laLdkfjr djds L=h ds ;ksfu ekxZ

esa Ñf=e izdkj ls butsDV djsA Mksuj ls ;k ifr ls 'kqØcht ysdj Ñf=e rjg ls L=h ds ;ksfu ekxZ esa NksMk+ tkrk gSA bl ifzØ;k ds fy, L=h ds 'kjhj dk rkieku] _rqdky [kqu bu lHkh dh tkap djds vxj vYVªklkmaM ds tfj, tkap djds 'kqØcht iz;ksx'kkyk esa /kksdj ,d VªhVesVa lka;dky esa nks ckj bUlVZ fd;k tkrk gSA bl mipkj i)fr ds tfj, xHkZ /kkj.k u gqvk rks dqN le; rd :ddj MkWDVj I.V.F. VªhVesVa djkus dh lykg nsrs gSAa I.U.I & I.V.F. esa lQyrk feyus dh xqt a kbZ'k v|;kor Zr= a Kku ds cjkcj esa cgqr de gSA mlds fy, tx Hkj esa lkjh oS|dh; laLFkk,a] la'kks/kd] MkWDVjlZ I.U.I & I.V.F. dk lDlsl jsV c<+kus gsrq fnujkr dk;Zjr gSA I.C.S.I. bl i)fr esa l'kDr 'kqØcht Ñf=e rjhds ls

'kqØk.kq ds vaMs dks QksMd + j funksZ"k :i ls ugha gks jgh gks AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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;kstukiwoZd bfPNr larku dSls izkIr djsa \ vkpk;Z nyhi dqekj] fnYyh

izR;sd uofookfgr tksM+s dks fookg ds i'pkr ,d LoLFk] nh?kkZ;q] cy'kkyh] fo|koku] mPp f'kf{kr] cy'kkyh] vkstLoh] ;'kLoh o oa'k o`f) djus okyh larku dh bPNk lnSo jgrh gSA izR;sd O;fDr ds eu esa ,d bPNk jgrh gSA bl lalkj ls tkus ds ckn Hkh mldk uke ysus okyk dksbZ t:j gks rFkk mldk oa'k pyrk jgsA dy;qx esa O;fDr ds ikl lHkh lq[k&lqfo/kk;sa izkIr djus dh {kerk c<+rh tk jgh gSA euq"; pkan ij igqp a x;k gSA gtkjksa fdyksehVj dh ;k=k ?kaVksa esa iwjh gks tkrh gSA ,d cVu nckus ls daI;wVj }kjk baVjusV ds ek/;e ls iwjh nqfu;ka dh tkudkjh izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA eksckbZy ls gtkjksa ehy nwj cSBs fe=ks@ a lacfa /k;ksa ls u dsoy ckrphr dh tk ldrh gS cfYd fofM;ks dky ds }kjk vkeus lkeus ckrphr dj ldrs gSAa bruh lc lqfo/kkvksa dks izkIr djus ds i'pkr Hkh balku viuh bPNkuqlkj larku izkIr ugha dj ikrk gS] D;ksfa d larku mRifr ,d izkÑfrd fØ;k gS ftlesa 36 ls 40 lIrkg dk le; yxrk gSA blfy, larku dk gksuk Hkxoku dh bPNk ij fu/kkZfjr ekuk tkrk gSA izR;sd uofookfgr tksMs+ dks fookg ds i'pkr ,d LoLFk] nh?kkZ;]q cy'kkyh] fo|koku] mPp f'kf{kr] cy'kkyh] vkstLoh] ;'kLoh o oa'k o`f) djus okyh larku dh bPNk lnSo jgrh gSA izR;sd O;fDr ds eu esa ,d bPNk jgrh gSA bl lalkj ls tkus ds ckn Hkh mldk uke ysus okyk dksbZ t:j gks rFkk mldk oa'k pyrk jgsA larku gksus ds ckn ;fn larku dh vk;q de gks] iw.kZ f'k{kk dk ;ksx u gks] oSokfgd thou vPNk u gks] larku lq[k ;k /ku lq[k u gks rFkk HkkX; detksj gks rks ,slh larku dks ikdj Hkh ekrk&firk [kq'k ugha gksrs gSAa vr% O;fDr pkgrk gS fd mldh larku loZxq.k laiUu gks rFkk mls viuh bPNkuqlkj larku izkIr gksA 21oha lnh ds daI;wVj ;qx esa ;g laHko gSA tc dksbZ cPpk tUe ysrk gS rks czãkaM esa Hkze.k djrs uoxzgksa ds vk/kkj ij dqM a yh cu tkrh gS] ftlls cPps dh 52

vk;q] f'k{kk] fookg] larku] deZ] O;olk; rFkk HkkX; bR;kfn dk irk py tkrk gS] blfy, fdlh fo}ku T;ksfr"k ls lykg ysdj larku izkfIr dk 'kqHk le; Kkr fd;k tk ldrk gSA xzgksa ds xkspj o 'kqHk jkf'k;ksa esa fLFkr xzgksa ds vk/kkj ij izR;sd fnu dh 12 fofHkUu yXuksa dh dqM a fy;ka cukdj] cPps dk tUe fu/kkZfjr fd;k tk ldrk gSA ftl le; uoxzgksa esa ls dqN xzg mPp] ewy f=dks.k] Lojkf'k o fe= jkf'k;ksa esa fLFkr gks ml eghus] fnu o ?kaVksa ds vk/kkj ij dqM a yh cukdj 'kqHk yXu esa larku izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA tks O;fDr fdlh y[; dks ikus dk ladYi mBk ysrk gS vkSj fu"Bk ls dk;Z djrk gS] mldh lQyrk fuf'pr gS D;ksfa d tSlk rqEgkjk y{; gksxk] oSlk gh rqEgkjk thou gksxkA izr;sd O;fDr ds thou esa ,d ,slk volj vo'; vkrk gS tc HkkX; mls dqN djus ;k dqN ikus dk ekSdk nsrk gS vkSj ogh ekSdk mlds thou esa Hkfo"; dk fu.kZ; dj nsrk gSA gkFk esa vk, volj dks dHkh [kksuk ugha pkfg,A eSua s fiNys 5&7 lkyksa esa vusd naifr;ksa dks 'kqHk le; dh dqM a fy;ka cukdj larku izkfIr dk le; fudky dj fn;k gS] ftlesa ls yxHkx 70 izfr'kr cPpksa dk tUe lgh le; ij gqvk gS ysfdu yxHkx 30 izfr'kr larku esjs crk;s le; ls igys gks xbZ ;k MkWDVj us fdlh dkj.ko'k fo'ks"k le; esa cPps dh fMyhojh esa vleFkZrk tkfgj dh gS] ftls eSa Hkxoku dh bPNk ekuk gw]a D;ksfa d ekrk&firk ds iwoZ tUeksa ds deks± ds vk/kkj ij rFkk cPps ds lapfr deks± ds QyLo:i gh fo'ks"k fnu rFkk fo'ks"k le; esa cPps dk tUe gksrk gSA esjk ;g ekuuk gS fd T;ksfr"k dHkh Hkxoku AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a ugha cu ldrk gSA T;ksfr"k dsoy mfpr lykg nsdj ekxZ n'kZu gh ns ldrk gSA gtkjksa lky igys Hkh bfPNr larku izkfIr ds fy, ea= tki] iwtk] ;K o riL;k dh tkrh FkhA ikaMoksa dh ekrk dqra h us nsorkvksa ds ea= tki ls bfPNr larku izkIr dh FkhA jktk n'kjFk us riL;k rFkk ;K }kjk pkj larku izkIr dh FkhA bfPNr larku izkfIr ds fy, lcls igys izR;sd fnu dh 12 fofHkUu yXuksa dh dqM a yh cukdj eaxyh ;ksx] xaMewy u{k= o dkyliZ ;ksx ns[kus pkfg,A fQj dqM a yh esa cuus okys jkt;ksx] xtdsljh ;ksx] /ku ;ksx] lquQk ;ksx] vuQk ;ksx] os'kh ;ksx] ok'kh ;ksx] egk;ksx] egkHkkX; ;ksx] panzkf/k;ksx] yXukf/k ;ksx] veydhfrZ ;ksx] oh.kk ;ksx bR;kfn ns[kus pkfg,A dsna z esa 'kqHk xzg gks] f="kMk; Hkkoksa esa v'kqHk xzg gksA "k"Ve] v"Ve o }kn'k Hkkoksa esa xzg u gksA ykHk Hkko ij vf/kd xzgksa dk izHkko gksA cPps dks tue le; o igys 25 o"kks± esa 'kqHk n'kk;sa izkIr gksA D;ksfa d cPps dh f'k{kk o Hkfo"; dk fuekZ.k igys 25 o"kks± esa gh gksrk gSA

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fopkj xks"Bh Review cPps ds tUe le; dk 'kqHk yXu fu/kkZfjr djus ds i'pkr yXu ds izR;sd feuV dh dqM a fy;ka cuk dj uoka'k ns[ksAa D;ksfa d cPps dks 'kqHk yXu dqM a yh] 'kqHk n'kk;sa vkSj 'kqHk uoka'k gh lq[kn Hkfo"; ns ldrs gSAa ;fn 'kqHk yXu dqM a yh ]'kqHk n'kk;sa o 'kqHk uoka'k dqM a yh cu tk;s rks vki tku ldrs gSa fd cPps dk Hkfo"; cgqr mTToy gS rFkk cPpk LoLFk] nh?kkZ;q] f'kf{kr] cy'kkyh] vkstLoh] /kuoku o oa'k o`f) yk;d gksxkA ,d uofookfgr tksMs+ dks fookg ds 3&4 lky ckn xHkZ / kkj.k gqvk Fkk rFkk MkWDVj us cPps ds tUe dk le; yxHkx 2 Qjojh 2011 crk;k FkkA ml efgyk dks fofHkUu fnuksa dh ckjg&ckjg yXuksa dh dqM a fy;ka cukdj djhc ,d lIrkg igys 24 tuojh 2011 dks ehu yXu esa cPps ds tue dk lq>ko fn;kA fQj ehu yXu dh yxHkx 120 dqM a fy;ka izR;sd feuV dh cuk;h Fkh vkSj 'kqHk uoka'k o 'kqHk n'kkvksa dh x.kuk djds eghyk dks 24-1-2011 dks lqcg 9-20 cts ls 9-29 dk 'kqHk le; crk;k Fkk rkfd dqM a yh esa vf/kd ;ksx cu ldsA uoka'k Hkh 'kqHk gks rFkk thou esa n'kk,a Hkh vPNh izkIr gksA

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it is not easy to change the destiny, in fact, it is impossible to do so. It is, therefore, necessary to give a good start to things which happen in our lives rather than to make an attempt to rectify them later. In Astrology the place of Sanghita is more important than ‘Siddhanta’ and ‘Hora because according to shloka

^yykV iV~Vs fyf[krk fo/kkrk "k"Bh fnus ;knz{kj ekfydk* it is not easy to change the destiny, in fact, it is impossible to do so. It is, therefore, necessary to give a good start to things which happen in our lives rather than to make an attempt to rectify them later. Starting from Adam and Eve, it has taken billions of years for the life to come to the present stage but a man and woman have always been responsible to give birth to a baby. However, the woman is the more important than man because it is she who has to conceive, from foetus and feed the baby in the womb, giving her own blood till it comes to a stage when it is born and sees the light of the day. Every girl with exception of a few become mother after a certain age (after 12-15 years) and this age is attained after she first menstruates and becomes capable of producing a baby. Now the day of first menstruation, according to astrology is a very important day in the life of a girl. This day may be auspicious or otherwise. If it is auspicious it is good otherwise a good mother should start programing the birth of future babies of her daughter. In astrology the auspicious time of first menstruation is according to shloka.

Var (days) - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Nakshatra - Shrawan , Dhanistha, Satbhisha, Mrigshira, Aswani, Revati, Chitra, Anuradha, Hasta, Pushya, Three Uttaras, Rohini, Punarvasu, Moola Lagna (Sign) -Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Virgo, Libra, Sagittarius and Pisces Clothes - White Inauspicious time of the first menstruation for a girl are given below and the corrective measures are mentioned against each forbidden yoga Forbidden Yoga

Corrective measures

1. Bhadra

Swasti vachan, Lord Ganesh Worship

2. Hidra

11 path of Shiva Sankalp Sukta

3. Sankranti Amavasya

Suryargh Dan

4. Rikta Tithi

Dan of a pot-full grain

5. Sandhya

Floating of Deep in flowing water

6. Khasthi, Dwadashi, Ashtami

Gauri Poojan

7. Vaidhriti yoga

vk|a jt] 'kqHke ek?k e.kZjk|s"k QkYxquAs T;s"B Jko.k;ks% 'kqDys l)kjs lrukS fnokAA Jqfr Hk; e`Vqf{ki /kzqoLokrkS flrkacjsA e/;pa ewykfnfr es fir`f;Hkzs isj"olr~AA

Worshiping Shivaling with milk, Durva and Belpatra

8. Illness

Ahuti of yellow mustard in fire

9. Solar and Lunar eclipse

According to this sloka, auspicious Lunar Month, Paksha, Tithi, Var (day) and Nakshatra, Lagna (sign) are :-

Dan of black horse bean (black urad)

10. Pat yoga

Dan of Rahu - Ketu

11. Inauspicious Nakshatra

Parthiva Poojan

Lunar month - Magh, Phalgun, Vaisakh, Jyaistha, Shravan, Aswina, and Agrahayana

12. Inauspicious Lagna

Navgrah Poojan

Paksha - Shukla Paksha (light half) of lunar months

In Modern days the production of test tube babies is carried out in proper environment and specific conditions thern why should proper astrological

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a parameters be not applied to the production of babies by mother in a natural way. Hence the second step in the birth of the baby by a married couple is the choice of proper timing of conception by a married lady. In this connection the learned scholars of Triskandha Astrology have given their opinion in the following sloka.

Hknzk"k"Bh ioZ fjDrk'p la/;k HkkSekdkZdhZuk| jk'kh'prL;% xHkZ/kkua Hk;rjsU}{dZ eS= czk達Lokrh fo".kqoLoEcqis lr~AA According to above shloka the best time of conception is to avoid conception on Khashthi (6th), chaturdashi (14th), Ashtami (8th), Amavasya (15th of Krishna Paksha), Purnima (Full moon), Sankranti, Rikta Tithi, Evening time, Tuesday, Sunday, Saturday and four days after menstruation. Avoiding the above days, time and Bhadra parva, conception in three uttaras, Mrigshira, Hasta, Anuradha, Rohini, Swati, Shrawan, Dhanishtha, and Shatbhisha nakshatra, are favourable. After conception foetus formed needs protection in the manner similar to a germinated seed during its journey to formation of a plant. Hence during 9 to 10 months period after conception different Dan and Poojan, as given below, are needed for protection of baby being formed in the womb of the mother. So that he/she may enjoy good life and fortune.

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Planet

Poojan and protective measures

First

Venus

Gifting of Sweets and perfumes and Ganesh Poojan

Second

Mars

Feeding of lentil (masur) to cow

Third

Jupiter

Putting Tilak on the forehead of seniors by Turmeric to get their blessings.

Fourth

Sun

Suryargh Dan

Fifth

Moon

Chandrargh Dan

Sixth

Saturn

Deep Dan in the evening

Seventh

Mercury

Lising and gifting away green vegetables.

Eighth

Lagna lord

Vishnu poojan and offering water to Tulsi plant

Ninth

Moon

Chandrargh Dan

Tenth

Surya

Surya-pranam Ganesh Poojan

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T;ksfr"k ds vk/kkj ij bfPNr larku izkfIr dSls Hkxoku lgk; JhokLro] dkuiqj T;ksfr"k 'kkL= cgqr gh izkphu gSA gekjs euh"kh] fo}kuksa us vius fnO; p{kq }kjk ns'k ,oa dky rFkk mlds lw{e xfr dk v/;;u djds dqN fl)karksa dks izfrikfnr fd;k gSA ftUgsa lw=c) djds izLrqr fd;k gSA lekt esa jgdj ge lHkh lekt dh ekU;rkvksa ds vuqdy w vkpj.k djrs gSAa ekU;rk,a fofHkUu gksrs gq, Hkh mudh ifj.kfr yxHkx ,d tSlh gSA ftlds fy, izR;sd izk.kh la?k"kZ djrk gSA ifjokj dh e;kZnkvksa ls ca/ku;qDr euq"; lekt }kjk fu/kkZfjr vkpj.kksa dk ikyu djus dks ck/; gS rFkk fofHkUu laLdkjksa ij vkpj.k djrk gSA tUe ls e`R;q i;±r euq"; laLdkjksa ls ca/kk drZO;jr jgrk gSA thou ds izR;sd laLdkj dk ,d /kkfeZd ewY; gSA laLÑfr Hkh gekjs deZ rFkk fd;s gq, deZ ij vk/kkfjr gSA D;ksfa d izR;sd euq"; deZ ls ca/kk gS] ftlds vuqlkj tUe tUekarj ls Hkksxeku Hkksxrk gS] blfy, 'kkL=ksa esa lRdeZ djus ij tksj fn;k tkrk gSA bl fo/kk esa dekZuqlkj tUe le; esa f{kfrt esa rnuqdy w xzg u{k=kfn Hkh mifLFkr jgrs gS]a tks fd tUe dqM a yh ds :i esa feyrs gSAa tUedqM a yh okLro esa tkrd ds iwoZ tUe dk og ys[kk tks[kk gS] tks bl tUe esa mls Hkksxuk iM+rk gSA dqM a yh ns[kdj ;g crk;k tk ldrk gS fd veqd ckyd dk tUe fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa gqvkA fganw /keZ dk iqjkrRo uke gh o.kkZJe /keZ gSA ftlls gekjs fofHkUu laLdkj ca/ks gS]a vkSj vkpj.k dh fo/kk,aA bUgha laLdkjksa esa ,d egRoiw.kZ laLdkj gS] oSokfgd laLdkjA ftl ij nks vifjfprksa dk feyu] nksuksa dk Hkfo"; rFkk feyu ds ifj.kfr dk o`fÙkQy bfPNr larku gksuk Hkh fuHkZj gSA ;gh dkj.k gS fd lekt ds yksx fookg ds iwoZ yM+ds rFkk yM+fd;ksa ds ifjokj ds ckjs esa tkuus le>us ds ckn gh fu.kZ; ysrs gSa rFkk x.kekU; T;ksfrf"k;ksa ls dqM a yh fn[kkrs gSa rHkh vafre fu.kZ; ysus dh ijaijk gSA T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ls dqM a yh feykus dh foèkk tUe dky ds u{k=kfn ls gSA bldk oxhZdj.k 36 xq.k fd;s gSa ftuds 56

vk/kkj ij feyku vko';d gSA ;fn oj dU;k ds 20 xq.k feyrs gS]a rks bls e/;e ekuk tkrk gSA ;fn 20 xq.k ls vf/ kd feyrs gS]a rks vfr 'kqHk rFkk 20 xq.k ls de feyus ij v'kqHk ekuk x;k gSA vr% 20 xq.k ls ftruk vf/kd feys mÙkjksÙkj mruk gh 'kqHk ekuus dk funs'Z k 'kkL=ksa esa gSA vf/ kd xq.kksa ds esy ij vf/kd tksj nsuk pkfg,A oj dU;k ds u{k=kfn ds vk/kkj ij xq.kksa dk feyku fd;k tkrk gSA tUedky esa dqM a yh cukus esa u{k=ksa dk izeq[k egRo gSA iwNk Hkh tkrk gS fd dkSu u{k= esa tUek gS cPpk\ dSlk fudysxk bR;kfnA ;g lqfuf'pr ,oa izekf.kr gS fd fo'ks"k u{k= esa tUe fy;k O;fDr dqN u dqN uk{kf=d fo'ks"krk fy, iSnk gksrk gS] tks loZfofnr gSA vr% u{k=ksa dh fLFkfr ds i'pkr~ euq"; ,d fo'ks"k o.kZ] o';] x.k] ukM+h vkfn dks ysdj tUe ysrk gS rFkk mu xq.k nks"kksa ls ifjiw.kZ thou O;rhr djrk gSA mnkgj.kkFkZ ;fn iwokZ QkYxquh esa dksbZ tUe ysrk gS rks og ckyd fuEu xq.k /keZ dks ysdj tUe ysrk gSA 1- o.kZ&{kf=; 2 o';&oupj 3- ;ksfu&ew"kd 4- x.k&euq"; 5- ukM+h&e/; bR;kfnA ;s lHkh fo'ks"krk,a euq"; vius iwoZ tUe ds deZ ls ikrk gS rFkk oSlh gh uSlfxZd fo'ks"krk ysdj tUe ysrk gSA okLro esa ;g bZ'ojh; fo/kk gS rFkk lkekftd ,oa lkalkfjd O;oLFkk ls dgha ijs vkSj lqfuf'pr gSA bl izdkj czkã.k dqy esa tUesa euq"; dk tUe u{k=& iwokZ QkYxquh gS rks u{k= o'kkr~ og {kf=; o.kZ dk gqvkA vad fu.kZ; ysuk gS fd ml euq"; dh HkkSfrd fLFkfr dks /;ku esa j[kdj gesa fo'ks"kr;k ukM+h ij dqM a yh feykrs le; /;ku j[kuk pkfg, ;k u{k= o'kkr {kf=; o.kZ gksu]s {kf=; o.kZ ij è;ku nsuk pkfg,] tks okLro esa bZ'ojh; gS] rFkk HkkSfrdrk ls ijs gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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a vLrq ;gka ;g rdZlx a r gksxk fd u{k=kfn ds foikd ls tks dqN gS ogh lquf'pr vkSj vVy gSA iwoZ mfYyf[kr mnkgj.k esa ukM+h ij fo'ks"k tksj u nsdj {kf=; o.kZ dh O;oLFkk gh xzg.k djus ;ksX; gSA u{k= o'kkr~ czkã.k dqy esa tUe ysus ij Hkh tkrd {kf=; xq.kksa dks vius esa latks;s jgsxkA vkpj.k Hkh cgqr dqN mlls feyrk tqyrk gksxkA u{k=ksa ds vk/kkj ij 36 xq.k gksrs gSAa ;fn 36 xq.k fey x;s rks og feyku vR;ar Js"B ekuk tk;sxkA ysfdu ,slk dke gksrk gSA bl izdkj ;g lqfuf'pr gS fd de xq.k feyus ij dqN u dqN deh rks jgsxh ghA ;g deh fdlh Hkh {ks= esa gks ldrh gSA tSls ;fn HkkX;kfn Bhd jgk rks dU;k dk ckgqY; gks x;k larfr ds {ks= esa bR;kfnA ;gh ugha oa'kkuqxr jksxkfn Hkh oj dU;k ds lgokl ds QyLo:i feyrk gS] og Hkh rks esykid ds dke vf/kd xq.kksa ds feyus dk izfrQy gSA vDlj ns[kk tkrk gS fd ;teku yksx Hkh dsoy xzg eS=h larku /ku dks feykus ij tksj nsrs gSa ,sls esa 'kkL= vkSj fo}ku dks nks"k nsuk O;FkZ gSA lq[k ,oa nq%[k ;s nksuksa ,d nwljs ds iwjd gSAa ,d ds fcuk nwljs dk dksbZ vfLrRo ugha gSA ;g rks euq"; dk xq.k gS fd ;fn vkt og lq[k Hkksx jgk gS rks mlh dks dy nq[k Hkh Hkksxuk iM+ ldrk gSA blh izdkj bl lalkj pØ dks lapkfyr djus esa uj ,oa ukM+h ,d gh jFk ds nks ifg;s gksrs gSAa ;g lalkj fcuk nksuksa ds ;ksx ls py gh ugha ldrkA nksuksa ifg;s ;fn ,d nwljs ds leFkZd o iwjd u gksa vFkkZr~ mfpr rky esy u gks rks thou;kiu lq[kh ugha gks ldrkA gekjk T;ksfr"k 'kkL= cgqr gh izkphu gSA gekjs euh"kh] fo}kuksa us vius fnO; p{kq }kjk ns'k ,oa dky rFkk mlds lw{e xfr dk v/;;u djds dqN fl)karksa dks izfrikfnr fd;k gSA ftUgsa lw=c) djds izLrqr fd;k gSA vc le; vk x;k gS fd bl fo"k; dks u;s fljs ls oSKkfudrk ds vk/kkj ij foospuk dh tk;s rFkk orZeku dky] fLFkfr ds lanHkZ esa mldks izLrqr fd;k tk;s rkfd lw;Z fl)kar o n`'; xf.kr dk varj ns[ksAa ;fn bl izdkj ds le;karj dks vk/kkj cuk;sa rks ?kfV;ksa dk varj iM+r& s iM+rs va'k jkf'k rd igqp a tk;sxkA vkt le; vk x;k gS fd bl ij u;s fljs ls fopkj djds izkphu i)fr ij cuh lkj.kh dks gVkdj uohure lkj.kh dks izLrqr fd;k tk;sA vius dks le;kuqdy w <+kyus ds fy, u;k :i nsuk gksxkA tcfd ik'pkR; ns'k gekjs gh fl)karksa dks viukdj varfj{k ;qx esa izo's k dj pqds gSa rks gekjh dk;Z {kerk ij iz'u fpUg AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

D;ksaA mDr ds vfrfjDr blh izdkj orZeku le; ds ik'pkR; lekt esa fookg fo"k;d fu.kZ; ds fy, jDr xzqi rFkk vkuqofa 'kdh izFkk izpfyr gSA bl fo"k; esa gekjs euhf"k;ksa us gtkjksa o"kks± iwoZ dqM a yh esykid dh O;oLFkk dj nh FkhA tks xkSjo dh ckr gSA ijarq nqHkkZX; ;g gS fd gekjh i)fr ij vkLFkk de gks jgh gSA ik'pkR; iz.kkyh ij J)k c<+ jgh gSA L=h ,oa iq#"k esa 23] 23 tksMk+ as ds Øksekslkse gksrs gSAa feyu ds mijkar 23 ds gh tksMk+ as esa Øksekslkse izfrQy ds :i esa larfr dks feyrk gS tks iq'rSuh fo'ks"krk,a ekrk ,oa firk nksuksa dks vius esa latks;s j[krk gSA izfrQy esa larfr dks nks"k&xq.k jksxk.kq Hkh feyrs gSAa mnkgj.k % dYiuk djsa fd fdlh oj ,oa dU;k dks ukM+h nks"k gS vkSj ekuk fd nksuksa dh ukM+h vUR; gS] rks vUR; ukM+h o';r~ nksuksa esa dQ dh izo`fÙk gqbZA vc tks larku iSnk gksxh mls vuqikr ls vf/kd rhuksa xq.kksa esa ;kfu dQ] fiÙk ,oa okr esa dQ izÑfr fojklr esa feyhA ftl izdkj jDr ds rhu xzqi gq;s oSls gh vkfn e/; ,oa vUR; ukfM+;ka Hkh gSA ftl izdkj vUR; ukM+h esa dQ izÑfr ds Øksekslkse gS] oSls gh Øe ls e/; ,oa vkfn esa okr ,oa fiÙk ds Øksekslkse feyrs gSAa tUedqM a yh ,d ,slk [kkdk gS] ftlls u dsoy Lo ds Hkwr] Hkfo"; ;k orZeku dk ys[kk tks[kk izLrqr fd;k tk ldrk gS] cfYd tkrd dh dqM a yh }kjk lkjs ifjokj dh tkudkjh Hkh gks ldrh gS] bu 12 jkf'k;ksa rFkk 9 xzgksa ds }kjk vufxur Hkfo";okf.k;ka rFkk tkudkfj;ka ikbZ tk ldrh gSA gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa jkf'k;ksa }kjk dky iq:"k ds vaxksa dk foHkktu fd;k x;k gSA ;gh ugha fdlh dh Hkh dqM a yh ns[kdj tkrd ds L=h rFkk L=h ds firk] ekrk o HkkbZ] ekrqy bR;kfn dk Hkh irk yx ldrk gSA oSls tkrd ds lIre Hkko dks tkrd ds iRuh dk yXu ekudj mlls prqFkZ ls ekrk] n'ke ls tkrd ds iRuh o firk ds ckjs esa tku ldrs gSAa gekjs T;ksfr"kh dqM a yh }kjk fdl izdkj dqM a yh ns[kdj rF; Kkr djrs gSa mudk v/;;u ;gka izLrqr gSA fuEu dqM a fy;ksa dk voyksdu djsAa v/;;u d vkSj [k nksuksa gh mPp inkf/kdkjh ,oa dk;Zjr gSAa d dk u{k= T;s"Bk ,oa [k dk u{k= gLr gSA bl izdkj dqM a yh esykid ds vuqlkj dsoy 14 xq.k feyrs gSAa 'kkL=ksDr 57


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ysfdu xq.k dsoy 14 gh feyrk gSA nksuksa gh mPp f'k{kk laiUu gSa rFkk budh ,d larku gSA ^d* ân;jksx ls ihfM+r gS]a 'kY; fpfdRlk Hkh gks pqdh gS ijarq bZ'oj dh Ñik ls ldq'ky gSA dqM a yh ds voyksdu ls irk pyrk gS fd tkrd dks ân; jksx gksuk pkfg,A prqFkZ Hkko jkgq ls vkØkar gksrs gq, Hkh dsrq ,oa eaxy ds izHkko ls xzflr gSA prqFksZ'k iki xzg ds lkFk cSBdj f=ikn n`f"V ls lw;Z ds lkFk ns[k jgk gSA ;gh dkj.k gS tks tkrd dks ân; jksx ls xzflr gksuk pkfg,A tkrd dks ckbZikl ltZjh gqbZ gS bldh iqf"V Hkh gks tkrh gSA bl izdkj la{ksi esa ge ns[krs gSa fd gekjh T;ksfr"kh; i)fr iw.kZ gS vkSj ge iw.kZ :is.k mu fof/k;ksa ij viuh tkudkjh ds fy, vkfJr jg ldrs gSAa Hkxoku osn vukfn gS]a bZ'oj iznÙk gS]a vkSj Kku ds lkxj gSAa bUgha ds us=ksa dk uke T;ksfr"k 'kkL= gSAa ftl izdkj 'kjhj esa us= vR;f/kd mi;ksxh gS Bhd mlh izdkj T;ksfr"k 'kkL= egRoiw.kZ gSA gekjs euh"kh T;ksfr"kh ,dkar esa cSBdj ml fojkV iq#"k ds vax izR;axksa ds fo'ys"k.k djus esa leFkZ FksA mudh varfuZfgr 'kfDr;ka Lo ls ijk vkSj ijk ls vijk esa fopjrh gqbZ vf[ky czãkaM ds jgL;ksa ds irZ dks [kksyus esa leFkZ Fkh tks 58

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gekjh Hkkjrh; laLÑfr esa ekuo dks pje y{; iw.kZrk rFkk vkuan:irk dks ekuk x;k gSA gekjh laLÑfr lksyg laLdkj esa xHkkZ/kku laLdkj izFke gSA ;gh laLdkj ekuo izkFkfed ifo=rk 'kq) Hkkouk n'kkZrk gSA Hkkjrh; _f"k;ksa us /keZ dh n`f"V ls izfrikfnr fd;k gSA blesa fir` _.k eqfDr] bfPNr larku mRifr djuk gSA ;s osnksa esa bldk iw.kZ o.kZu feyrk gSA ukjn iqjk.k ds vuqlkj & ;kn`'ksu Hkkosu ;ksukS 'kqØa leqRl`trs A rkn`'ksu fg Hkkosu larku leosfnfrAA vFkkZr ftl Hkko ls ;ksfu esa oh;Z Mkyk tkrk gS mlh Hkko ls ;qDr larku gksrh gSA blfy, euq"; dks xHkkZ/kku djrs le; tSls lqiq= dh bPNk gks] oSls 'kqHk Hkko ls ;qDr gksuk pkfg,A iqjk.kksa esa rks bldks vusd mnkgj.k feyrs gSAa 'kqHk dky esa xHkkZ/kku & euq - @4@128 vekoL;k"Veh p ikS . kZ e klh prq n Z ' kh;k cz ã pkjh HkosfuR;eI;`rks L;kr dksfd.k%AA vekoL;k] v"Veh] ikS.kZeklh] prqnZ'kh bu pkj frfFk;ksa esa _rqdky gksus ij nksuksa dks czãpkjh jguk pkfg,A bl fuf"k) frfFk;ksa esa lw;Z&panz xzg.k dky esa vkSj laè;kdky esa xHkkZ/kku djus ls v'kqHk larku mRiUu gksrh gSA laè;kdky esa xHkkZ/kku ds dkj.k gh jko.k] dqHa kd.kZ] fgj.;df'kiq] fgj.;k{k vkfn nq"Vksa dh mRifÙk gqbZA iqjk.kksa esa dgk x;k gSA xHkZdky esa ekrk dh Hkkouk gh izeq[k gksrh gSA tc xHkZ esa larku gksrh gSA tSlh lkfRod] jktl] rkel Hkkouk ls Hkkfor jgrh gSA tSlk vPNk&cqjk ns[krh] lqurh] i<+rh] [kkrh firh gSA mu lcdk xHkZ esa fLFkr larku ij izHkko iM+rk gSA blfy, xHkZorh L=h dks jktl&rkel Hkkoksa ls cpdj lkfRod Hkkouk djuh pkfg,A AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

xan]s flusek] Vsyhfotu] iksLVj u ns[kdj lkfRod fopkj nso n'kZu] lar n'kZu vkfn gh djuk pkfg,A xans xhr lquuk] xkuk NksM+ vk/;kfRed Hktu dhrZu dks lquuk] xkuk pkfg,A xans miU;kl i<+uk] lquuk] lqukuk NksMd + j jkek;.k] Hkkxor vkfn lkfRod xzFa k gh i<+uk] lquuk] lqukuk pkfg,A jktl] rkel] ekal efnjk] vaMk] I;kt] yglqu] vfr rh{.k fepZ elkyk NksMd + j lkfRod nw/k] ?kh] nky] jksVh vkfn gh [kkuk pkfg,A xHkZdkyhu Hkkouk dk larku ij izHkko iM+rk gSA bldk izek.k izgykn dk pfj= gS ,oa /kzqo dk o.kZu iqjk.kksa esa vk;k gSA tUekarj f'k{kk gh thou lkFk jgrh gSA xHkZdky esa ekrk Hkkouk 'kh"kZd esa ftu lkfRod ckrksa ds lsou rFkk jktl&rkel ckrksa ds yksx dk fo/kku fd;k x;k gSA mudk lsou vkSj R;kx larkuksa ls Hkh djkuk pkfg,A rHkh xHkZdky esa dh xbZ ekrk dh Hkkoukvksa dks izdV gksus esa lgk;rk gksxhA ugha rks jktl] rkel dk lsou djkus ls os lkfRod Hkkouk :i cht u"V gks tk;sx a As ;g ugha le>uk pkfg, ;s vHkh NksVs cPps gS]a dqN le>rs gh ughaA vr% tks ns[krs] lqurs] xkrs gSAa mudk bu ij dqN Hkh izHkko ugha iM+x s kA ;|fi ;g lR; gS fd 3] 4] 5 o"kZ ds cPps xans fp=ksa rFkk xans xhrksa dk Hkko fcYdqy ugha le>rs] fQj Hkh bldk izHkko rks iM+rk gSA cPpksa dk ân; xhyh feêh ds leku gksrk gS] mls tSls lkaps esa Mkyk tk;sxk oSlk cu tk;sxkA iq= izkfIr larku gsrq mlh u{k= o lw;]Z eaxy] xq# n'kk dk gksuk vko';d gSA L=h¼iq=h½ larku gsrq u{k= ds lkFk gh panz] 'kqØ] cq/k n'kk,a gksrh gSA L=h dkjd Hkkouk izcy gksrh gSA ogh iq#"k dkjd Hkkouk izcy gksus ij iq= dh izkfIr gksrh gSA jkf= le; 2 cts] 4 cts e/;e vPNk ekuk x;k gSA xHkkZèkku 12 cts le; xHkkZ/kku vkylh ,oa ean cqf) le; ekuk x;k gSA 59


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Hkkjrh; ijEijk ds 16 laLdkjksa esa xHkkZèkku laLdkj lcls igyk o egRoiw.kZ laLdkj gSA Hkkoh larku ds laLdkj dh vk/kkjf’kyk blh izFke laLdkj ij vk/kkfjr gSA bl lalkj esa lHkh O;fDr pkgrs gSa fd mls lc dqN fey tk;s ijarq mls feyrk ogh gS tks mlds lafpr deksZa }kjk HkkX; esa gksrk gS fdarq HkkX; ds lgkjs deZ dks NksMd + j ugha cSBk tk ldrkA deZ djuk gekjk dÙkZO; gksrk gSA blds fy, gesa iz;kl djuk pkfg,A dkeukvksa dh iwfrZ ds vusdksa rjhds gks ldrs gSa exj ;gka T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ;k gLrjs[kk 'kkL= ;k vU; fdlh Hkh rjhds ls ;g fu.kZ; fy;k tk;s fd tkrd dh dkeuk,sa ;k bPNk;sa fl) gksxh ;k ugha rc blds fy;s iz;kl fd;k tk;sA bl fo"k; esa tkrd dh tUe dq.Myh loZJ"s B gS fd bPNkvksa dh iwfrZ dk le; dc dSls gksxkA bl xHkkZ/kku eqgÙw kZ esa izlUufpÙk gksdj jgk tk;sA blls dqN fnuksa iwoZ lkfRod Hkkstu xzg.k fd;k tk;s fopkjksa dks 'kq) j[kk tk;sA tSls cht ds mitkus esa lgh le; o okrkokj.k rFkk lk/kuksa dk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS blh izdkj ifr iRuh nksuksa ds psru o vopsru eu rFkk nsg dh ifo=rk dk T;knk /;ku j[kk tk;sA lqle; esa xHkkZ/kku gksus ls larku xq.kh o nh?kZthoh gksrh gSA fdlh Hkh tkrd dh tUe dq.Myh dk feyku djrs le; fuEu fcanqvksa dks vo’; gh ns[ksa %& 1- iq#"k dh dqM a yh esa cht LQwV 2- L=h dh dqM a yh esa {ks= LQwV 3- iq#"k dh dqM a yh esa “kV~Dyho ;ksx 4- L=h dh dqM a yh esa cU/;k o dkd cU/;k bR;kfn ;ksx 5- fu%larkurk dk dksbZ ;ksx gks rks /;ku nsAa 6- larku 'kki ;ksx gks rks mldk fuokj.k djsAa 7- tUe dqM a yh esa larku dkjd nso xq# c`gLifr dh fLFkfr 8- oxZ dqM a yh esa lIreka’k dqM a yh blds i’pkr gh xHkkZ/kku ds eqgÙw kZ dk fopkj djuk pkfg,A eqgwÙkZ % jtksn’kZu dh igyh pkj jkf=;kaa NksMd + j& lejkf=;ksa 60

esa L=h laidZ djus ls iq= vkSj fo"ke jkf= esa L=h laidZ djus ls iq=h dk tUe gksrk gSA jtksn’kZu dh igyh pkj jkf=;ka NksMdj 16 jkf=;ksa rd 'kqHk le; gksrk gSA ekfld /keZ ds le; tc panzek vuqip; LFkkuksa ¼1] 2] 4] 5] 7] 8] 9] 12½ esa gks vkSj eaxy mls ns[ks rks ml le; xHkZèkkj.k dh laHkkouk gksrh gSA ;fn ;g fLFkfr u cus rks ml ekl esa xHkZ/kkj.k dh laHkkouk fucZy jgrh gSA ,sls xHkZ/kkj.k ;ksX; ekl esa tc iq#"k dh tUe jkf’k ls 3] 6] 10] 11 LFkkuksa esa panzek xkspj djs vkSj nso xq# c`gLifr mls ns[ks rks xHkZ/kkj.k djuk pkfg,A ;gh le; mfpr gksrk gSA 'kqHk frfFk;ka& 1] 2] 3] 5] 7] 10] 11] 12] 13 ¼frfFk n’keh o ,dkn’kh esa vkpk;ksZa dk erHksn Hkh gS½ 'kqDy i{k fo’ks"kr;k vPNk gksrk gSA 'kqHk okj& cq/kokj] c`gLifrokj o 'kqØokj 'kqHk u{k=& jksfg.kh] e`xf’kjk] rhuksa mÙkjk] gLr] Lokfr] Jo.k] /kfu"Bk] 'krfHk"kk] erkarj ls vf’ouh] iquolZ]q iq";] vuqjkèkk& ;s bl dk;Z ds fy;s e/; u{k= dgykrs gSAa 'kqHk ;ksx& izhfr] vk;q"eku] lkSHkkX;] 'kksHku] lqdekZ] ?k`fr] o`f)] /kzqo] g"kZ.k] flf)] ofj;ku] f’ko] fl)] lk/;] 'kqHk] 'kqDy] czã] o bUnz ;s dqy vBkjg ;ksx gksrs gSAa 'kqHk dj.k& co] ckyo] dkSyo] rSfry] xj] ,oa of.kt ;s dqy N% gksrs gSAa 'kqHk yXu & es"k] ddZ] flag] /kuq] edj ¼1] 4] 5] 7] 9] 10½ dsna z o f=dks.k esa 'kqHk xzg gks vkSj ¼3] 6] 11½ f="kMk; Hkko Hkko esa iki xzg gksA lw;Z eaxy o c`gLifr yXu dks ns[ks rFkk fo"ke jkf’k ds uoeka’k esa gks rks mÙke gksx a As pUnzek fo"ke jkf’k ds uoeka’k esa gksA xHkkZ/kku laLdkj ds le; ifr&iRuh nksuksa dk panzek 'kqHkkoLFkk ;k Hkko esa gksA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a xHkkZ/kku laLdkj esa L=h dk panzcy fo’ks"k #i ls gksuk pkfg,A xHkkZ/kku laLdkj ds yXu dk uoeka’k Hkh fo"ke jkf’k esa gks rks vfr mÙke gksrk gSA uksV % fnu esa ;k v/kZjkf= ls igys jtksn’kZu gks rks _rqdky dk ogh fnu ekuuk pkfg, ftl fnu ekfld gqvkA ;fn v/kZjkf= ds ckn ekfld gksus ij vfxze fnu dks _rqdky izFke fnu ekuuk pkfg,A erkUrj ls lw;Z mn; ls vxys fnu ds lw;ksnZ ; rd dks ogh fnu ekuk tk;sxkA xHkkZ/kku esa oftZr o /;ku nsus ;ksX; ckrsa ekfld /keZ izkjaHk ls igyh pkj jkrsAa fjDrk frfFk;k] v"Veh ¼nksuksa i{kksa dh½] vekoL;k] iwf.kZek] Hknzk ¼fof"Vdj.k½ Hknzk frfFk;ka 2] 7] 12] {k; frfFk] O;frikr] oS/k`fr ;ksx] laØkafr dk fnu] xzg.k ¼lw;Z] panz nksuks½a dky fnol] fnu dk le; ,oa la/;k dky] tUe u{k=] tUe fnol ¼fo’ks"kdj /keZ iRuh dk½ erkarj ls] ekrk&firk dk Jk) fnol] tUe yXu] tUe ls v"Ve yXu] iki;qDr yXu] ikigr ;k mRikrgr u{k= o fnu] eaxyokj] 'kfuokj erkarj ls jfookj] nhikoyh] n’kgjk] uojk=] gksyh] j{kkcaèku vkfn ioZ] rhuksa xaMkar frfFk xaMkar uank frfFk;ka ¼1] 6] 11½ ds vkfn dh ,d ?kM+h & 24 feuV iw.kZ frfFk;ka ¼5] 10] 15½ ds var dh ,d ?kM+h & 24 feuV yXu xaMkar es"k] flag] /kuq ¼vfXu rRo ds yXu½ yXuksa ds vkjaHk dh vkèkh ?kVh& 12 feuV ddZ] o`f’pd] ehu ¼ty rRo ds yXu½ yXuksa ds var dh vk/kh ?kVh& 12 feuV u{k= xaMkar vf’ouh] e?kk o ewy u{k=ksa ds vkjaHk dh nks ?kfV;ka & 48 feuV vk’ys"kk] T;s"Bk o jsorh u{k=ksa ds var dh nks ?kfV;ka & 48 feuV fucZy rkjk& fo’ks"kdj lkroha rkjk ¼tUe ,oa o/k rkjk½ fofHkUu jkf=;ksa esa xHkkZ/kku ds Qy pkSFkh jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & vYik;q iq= ikapoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & dU;k NBh jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & oa’k o`f)drkZ iq= lkroha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & cka> dU;k vkBoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & iq= AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review uoeh jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & lqna j dU;k n’keh jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & izHkko’kkyh iq= X;kjgoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & dq#i dU;k ckjgoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & HkkX;’kkyh iq= rsgjoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & iki fopkj’khy dU;k pkSngoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & /kekZRek iq= ianzgoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & y{ehorh o ifrozrk dU;k lksygoha jkf= ds fu"ksd esa & loZK iq= izkIr gksrk gSA vFkkZr 'kqHk le jkf=;ksa esa xHkkZ/kku laLdkj 'kqHk gksrk gS A uksV% ftl ekl dk Lokeh Øwj xzgksa ls ihfM+r gks ml ekl esa xHkZ gkfu gksus ds fo’ks"k laHkkouk gksrh gSA fofHkUu xHkZ eklksa ds Lokeh izFke 'kqØ f}rh; eaxy r`rh; c`gLifr prqFkZ lw;Z iape panez k "k"Ve 'kfu lIre cq/k v"Ve xHkkZ/kku le; dk yXus’k uoe panez k n’ke lw;Z jkf’k;ksa dh iztuu 'kfDr;ka 4] 8] 10] 11] 12 ;s iztuu ;qDr 'kqHk jkf’k;ka gSAa 3] 5] 6] 9 ;ss cka> jkf’k;ka gSA 1] 2] 7 vYi iztuu jkf’k;ka gSA rqyk jkf’k dk mÙkjk/kZ o`f’pd jkf’k dk iwokZ/kZ bu lc jkf’k;ksa dk iape Hkko ls fopkj fd;k tkrk gSA

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T;ksfr"k ds vk/kkj ij bfPNr larku dSls izkIr djsa \ jfo tSu] jryke T;ksfr"k fl)kar ls tUeif=dk esa miyC/k xzgksa] u{k=ksa ,oa xkspj xzg o n'kkarj dk xgu v/;;u dj fu"d"kZ rd igqapk tk ldrk gSA T;ksfr"k fl)kar ds dqN fu;e ftuls bfPNr larku izkfIr esa enn fey ldrh gSA lalkj ds izR;sd ifr&iRuh dh ;gh Hkkouk gksrh gS fd esjh larku ,sls le; ij tUe ysos tks laLdkfjr gks] mPp f'kf{kr gks] fujksxh dk;k gks] oSHko'kkyh cus] ifjokj] lekt o ?kj dk dqynhid cus] jktuSfrd o lkekftd {ks= esa viuh vge Hkwfedk jgs] tSls xq.kksa ls ifjiw.kZ gksA lkFk gh bfPNr larku ds ckjs esa ifr&iRuh ds vykok Hkkjrh;ksa esa izFke yM+dk gksus dh Hkh bPNk jgrh gS rkfd mudk oa'k vkxs c<+ ldsA bUgha lHkh iz'uksa dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, T;ksfr"k fl)kar esa crk, x, fu;eksa dk ikyu djus ij dqN gn rd viuh bfPNr dkeukvksa ds vuqlkj ,slh larku dks tUe nsus esa lQyrk izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA oSls rks ;gh iz/kkurk jgh gS fd fo/kkrk us vius gkFkksa esa tUe&ej.k] ij.k ¼fookg½] ykHk] gkfu dks j[kk gS fQj Hkh T;ksfr"k fl)kar ls tUeif=dk esa miyC/k xzgks]a u{k=ksa ,oa xkspj xzg o n'kkarj dk xgu v/;;u dj fu"d"kZ rd igqp a k tk ldrk gSA

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lksyg laLdkj esa ls xHkkZ/kku laLdkj ds vuqlkj fjDrk] "k"Bh] v"Veh] }kn'kh] vekoL;k] iwf.kZek] xaMewy u{k=ksa dks NksMd + j _rqdky dh pkj jkf=;ksa dks R;kxdj fo"ke o le fnuksa ds lkFk gh 'kqDy i{k dks /;ku esa j[kdj jfrfØ;k djus ij Hkh bfPNr larku ds lkFk gh iq= ;k iq=h izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA

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bfPNr larku izkfIr ds fy, xHkZ/kkj.k ds le; ls ysdj larku tUe ysus rd ukS ekg X;kjg fnuksa esa xkspj xzgksa o n'kkarj dh fLFkfr dks ns[krs gq, xzgksa dh 'kkafr o ykHk ysus gsrq lacfa /kr jax o jRu /kkj.k djokuk Hkh ,d T;ksfr"kh ds fy, vko';d gksrk gSA

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xHkZ/kkj.k djrs le; eaxy&'kfu o 'kqØ xzgksa dh fLFkfr Hkh dqM a yh esa ns[kuk vko';d gS D;ksfa d eaxy o 'kqØ ls oh;Z ,oa 'kfu ls Li'kZrk vkrh gS ftlds dkj.k xHkZ/kkj.k djus esa lqxerk gksrh gSA

vkb, tkurs gSa T;ksfr"k fl)kar ds dqN fu;e ftuls bfPNr larku izkfIr esa enn fey ldrh gSA

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xHkkZ/kku dky ls ysdj cPps ds tUe ds le; rd ds ckjs esa dgkor gS tSlk [kkvksxs vUu oSlk gksxk eu vkSj tSlk fi;ksxs ikuh oSlh gksxh ok.kh] tSlk ns[kksxs oSlh gksxh larku vFkkZr ;fn vPNk Hkkstu gksxk rks fopkj vPNs gksx a s vPNk lkspx as s o cksyx as s rFkk vPNk O;ogkj jgsxk ftlls vkus okyh larku esa Hkh oSls gh xq.k fn[ksx a As

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tUedky ds le; yXu] iape] lIre] uoe] n'ke Hkko ds Lokeh dh fLFkfr ,oa mudh n`f"V;ka] u{k= ds Lokeh o mudh yXu o uoka'k] n'keka'k dqM a fy;ksa esa 'kqHk fLFkfr;ka bfPNr larku izkfIr esa lg;ksxh cu

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loZiFz ke ifr&iRuh ds tUedkyhu xzgksa esa panz o lw;Z cy dks ns[ksa fd ftl le; os jfr fØ;k esa izo's k djsx a s ml le; xkspj esa nksuksa xzgksa dh D;k fLFkfr gSA D;ksfa d panez k ls eu o lw;Z ls vkRek dh fLFkfr tkuh tk;sxh fd ml oDr ;fn panzek ;k lw;Z fucZy gksx a s rks nksuksa vkRekvksa dk feyu okLrfodrk ls nwj jgsxkA ;fn nksuksa xzg cyoku gksx a s rks iw.kZrk dh vksj vxzlj gksdj vkuan dh izkfIr gksxhA

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rks Hkh larku dks vius {ks= esa mUufr de feyrh gSA Kkuoku gsrq xq#] èkuoku gsrq 'kqØ o eaxy rFkk fons'k ;k=k ds fy, 'kfu xzgksa dh n`f"V;ka] Hkko esa mifLFkfr Hkh bfPNr larku izkfIr esa lgk;d o vojks/k cu ldrh gSA

ldrs gSa vU;Fkk ikih xzgksa dh ;qfr o n`f"V;ka bfPNr larku izkfIr esa ck/kd cu ldrh gS budk Hkh fo'ks"k /;ku j[kuk vko';d gSA Û

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larku tUe ysrs le; xq# dh yXu esa mifLFkfr gks rkfd iape] lIre o uoe Hkko ij 'kqHk n`f"V gksus ij xzg ds uSlfxZd xq.k dk ykHk ysdj larku f'kf{kr] èkkfeZd] laLdkfjr cuus esa enn gksA larku dk tUe ,sls le; gks tc xaMewy u{k= xkspj esa ugha jgs ftlls larku dks viuh lQyrk esa de dfBukbZ vk,A

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larku dk tUe ,sls le; ij gks tc if=dk esa ekaxfyd u gks D;ksfa d ,slh /kkj.kk gS fd ekaxfyd tkrdksa ds dk;ks± esa Hkh vM+pu T;knk vkrh gS fdarq vusd if=dkvksa esa ,slk ns[kk x;k gS fd ekaxfyd tkrd vius {ks= esa lQyrk t:j ikrk gSA

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larku dk tUe ,sls le; gks tc yXu dk Lokeh vius ls "k"Ve] v"Ve] }kn'k esa ugha jgs lkFk gh yXu dqM a yh esa xzg mPp dk gks vkSj uoka'k esa uhp dk gks

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lk/kkj.k izlo dh rqyuk esa 'kY; fØ;k }kjk larku gksus ij ,d fuf'pr yXu o xzgksa dh fLFkfr dks /;ku esa j[kdj vius le;kuqlkj bfPNr larku izkIr dh tk ldrh gSA

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blds lkFk gh larku dks MkWDVj cukus ds fy, 'kfu] cqèk] eaxy xzgksa bathfu;j cukus ds fy, eaxy] cq/k] xq#] 'kqØ rFkk 'kfu dh Hkko fLFkfr o n`f"V rFkk izkQ s l s j ds fy, xq#] cq/k dh iz/kkurk] ljdkjh ukSdjh ds fy, lw;]Z cq/k o eaxy dh fLFkfr] jktusrk cuus ds fy, jkgq] dsrq] eaxy] 'kfu ds lkFk gh 'kqØ cy dks ns[kdj gh mfpr le; ij xHkZ /kkj.k djokus ,oa lgh le; ij larku tUe ysus ij bfPNr larku izkfIr ds ;ksx T;ksfr"k fl)kar dk iw.kZr;k ikyu djus ij cu ldrs gSAa

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Astrology – An Asset for Assessing Weaknesses And Devathas –A Natural / Spirutual / Practical Remedy Operater K. Santhanam, Delhi All planets if placed with proper mode and in correct direction start possessing immense power after due abhishekas / Prana pradishta and have practically. The Navagrahas enables cleansing every part of the body and thereby enjoy totally the Blessings of the concerned Devatha. Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Devao, Mahaeshwara I Guru Sakshath Param Brahma, thasmai Shri Guruve namah II The above so commonly used sloka, reveals that the holistic use of the inert and developed energy in one, properly converted into constructive energy through the operational tools within oneself can alone lead to steadfast Bliss or Happiness even while achieving monumentous tasks against various hurdles. Moreover, thereafter one possesses the ability to transmit such power to the worldly beings to take them on the road to successful life journey. In order to achieve the above objective, Nature has provided multiple means. One such tool to assist one to overcome deficiencies within oneself and thereafter enhance their inert operating strength to fulfill endeavours with satisfaction and enjoyment, is promulgated in the ‘Sanatana Dharma’, of Hinduism, which provides us with ideal Icons ( Devathas ) – each of high intrinsic Value and shape, capable of absorbing the vast cosmic energy and transmitting the same at the proper place to the individual who is sincerely engrossed in them. Temples in India and abroad are designed in a Pyramidal mode to enable proficient absorption of this power by the Icon. The ability to beget this precious power –so dearly needed by one and all today, by skillfully utilizing the Ideal Icon, is more a matter of realization than of conjecture! Natural devices are the easiest and optimum means to rejuvenate oneself for fulfilling efficiently the duties in this journey of Life. Astrology is an ideal means for assessing the prevalent weaknesses in the operating system of the human being. In essence Astra means the Human outfit and Logy its holistic operation. We are well aware that the cosmic energy is the primary resource for the operation of the human system. Astrology is a mode above normal science to modulate this system effectively to generate positive power for human growth. 64

The prevalent weaknesses in the present human working process are as follows:1. Unstable conceivement and poor progression in the Mother’s womb due to woman being burdened by stresses in offices caused by material craze. 2. The processes of education of young kids, oriented towards more material growth rather than human development. 3. Development of a house with a tendency to social exhibitionism of material growth rather than build a Home for optimal human growth which is the main purpose of Birth. 4. Quantum and not quality has become a say word in the preset run of life. 5. Tendency to project other’s weaknesses to limelight oneself causing both mental and physical degradation of the human working system and in the process causing unwanted stresses in the aging body. Moral acquisition disappears in this mode. 6. Realization when too late that the journey of Life has been anfractuous and unfruitful. Though many of the above mentioned points are present in the prevailing environment itself, it tends to deplete both the mental and physical stability of the Human working system, right from the birth itself. Frustration = Expectations – Achievements is an ideal principle to be remembered. It could be observed that inert talents of young children are curbed, in an attempt by the modern world to orient it towards achieving larger materialism. The world is the greatest loser in the bargain. Astrology serves as an effective tool to determine that talent and to reorient the life of an individual to more effective and contented output.The Human Resources department can fruitfully utilize this suggestion and endeavour to uniformly reward materially all talents equally, as every one of them are required for human welfare. It may not be possible AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a to do in depth analysis of the innumerable combinations of planets that provide the strength or weakness of an individual in the present article, which will mainly deal with the various precious Icons / Devathas that enable easy access to constructive human growth. However suffice it to state that all planets are ‘Param Purusha’ ie every One of the planets is totally benevolent to Human Growth! The adjectives prefixed for different planets by astrologers are purely relative in character and Superficially apply only for the relative purpose concerning the working environment. Various Spiritual doctrines, the world over strive to overcome these deficiencies in one form or the other. Hinduism adopts an easier and more adaptable mode in the prevailing environment for overcoming these deficiencies by the use of Icons, Ritualism and stringent yogas. Of the innumerable means adopted in this process , temples provide the easiest mode to a constraint and turbulent human being to overcome the stresses within and without, by just standing in front of the Idol. The first and foremost of the instruments within the temple which plays an important role are the ‘Deepas’ or the oil lit Lights. The yellow Radiation that emanates from these lamps fall in the positive middle half of the visible frame of light ie VIBGYOR. Radiations are energy transmitters. This radiation travels around 450-500 nanometers, and modulates the blood flow in the human system to a smooth and non –turbulent . It could be observed that when the brain or body of the human system is under strain the breathing and blood flow becomes highly turbulent in an attempt to naturally control and overcome it. However, the mind is not so easily subject to this and continuous stress prevails thereby creating a hindrance to proper and enjoyable working of the human system. Temples are thus an automatic effortless reliever of stress within. Of course, this could be done at home; but the Icon with the various technicalities followed, modulates by reflection and refraction incident on it, to maximize the benevolent rays to the person standing in front of it. Special oil lit lamps are used for some Icons to generate energy that is required to heal an individual as we shall see below. The next is the ‘Pradhakshina’ or the circular movement clockwise around the Vigraha or Icon. This enables uniform distribution of absorbed energy within the body received through the Icon. Blood is energy. It is well known that if blood gets clotted at one spot it leads to enormous problems. Similarly energy needs to be always uniformly distributed in the operating system. Thereafter, one should do the ‘Namaskaraka’ or prostrate in front of the Idol. While the male prostrates totally with all parts of his body touching the earth, however the genetic portions below the waist and the AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review breasts of the woman should not touch the earth. The reason is that these portions are highly sensitive and deflate the energy to the floor. In case of a male it removes unwanted energy and stabilizes the system. ‘NAMASKAR’,in essence means NA- MASU- KARA done with folded hands ( the five organs of action and the five Indrias/ senses which are the ten fingers) ,–If something is good for you I shall whole heartedly fulfill the same come what may to me. While prostrating before the Lord, the Palms under the little fingers should touch the ground and the fingers should move inwards within oneself. The reason being that the concerned Icon is a giver of energy and we are the absorbers of the same. The acupressure on the lower half of the palm near the little fingers affects the manipura chakra which is the ideal source for absorption of energy. ‘Namaskara’ is a yoga in itself and the pressures of the two arteries below the thighs, while doing this, generate optimal impulses for the flow of energy (normally termed as ‘Kundalini Shakthi’) in the operating system. Finally we reach the process of “Prathna” or Prayer. A prayer is basically selfish. The ten fingers as mentioned above are instigators of the five organs of action and of the five sensory organs that are primarily required for constructive operation of the human system. The maximum energy absorbed through the icon reaches that portion that reacts to the prayer of the devotee. The fulfillment ensues depending on whether the prayer is beneficial or not, to the individual. A palmist should be aware of this technique as the palm covers the complete body and mind. THITHIS and MANTHRAS : The relation between the Sun and the Moon known as “Thithis” affect the tidal waves of the enormous oceans. Our body contains 70% fluid and is consequently also affected daily by the angular relation between the Sun and Moon. Thus ‘Thithis’ constitute an essential ingredient of the Ephemeris. Manthras offer two fold benefits of sound energy vibrations and production of acupressure of the tongue and lip. Aksharas are precious acupressure tools that operate through the lip and tongue –the most sensitive acupressure organs in the human system. Namaha frequently used in all prayers Is the reverse restructuring of Mann or the Ego /Bottlenecks within the body. In other words this akshara is an ideal mode to overcome internal deficiencies in our working System. ‘OM’ is an internal resource oriented Akshara of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva or the potential power, kinetic power and constructive utilization of power. This is also termed as GOD or generation, operation and destruction of Maya. Specialties of some DEVATHAS / ICONS NAVAGRAHAS Basically, the Navgrahas are planets in the galaxy, 65


Review astrologically /astronomically. However.In view of the intrinsic benefits that accrue from them for the operating system of human beings they have occupied a sanctified zone within a temple. All planets if placed with proper mode and in correct direction start possessing immense power after due abhishekas / Prana pradishta and have practically benefited innumerable persons from internal/external stresses. Being Vaasthu oriented they absorb solar radiation of a particular wave length and transmit it to the individual standing in front of it. If you pour, pure drinking water in a dirty bucket that too will be polluted. Similarly the highly polluted and vibrant human system is unable to absorb the beneficent energy provided by the Almighty via the Icon. The Navagrahas enables cleansing every part of the body and thereby enjoy totally the Blessings of the concerned Devatha. To ensure holistic intake for the Body and the Mind and the movement of the ‘Prana’ from the mooladhara to the sahasra chakra in the individual, the order of the Parikrama should be Sun, Moon, Saturn, Kethu, Jupiter, Rahu, Mars, Venus and Mercury. As the Navagrahas are facing different directions, one must therefore do at least 14 Pradhakshinas – circular movement around the planets, and only clockwise to enable full cleansing of the system. Mantras do improve the absorbing power of the cosmic energy through these icons although mere Parikrama also helps extensively. While Sun provides the blood to the operating system for the proper functioning of the body, the moon generates energy to stimulate the five sensory organs within the body. Saturn provides the potential power while Kethu is the path towards attainment of Wisdom generated by Jupiter. The path towards fruitful and dynamic implementation provided by Mars is through Rahu. The planets Mercury and Venus rotating between the earth and the sun are generators’ of earthly knowledge and its positive utilization. Incidentally,”Thil Deep” is frequently used for invoking the Blessings of Saturn. The radiation emanating from this lamp and reflected through the Saturn Icon, reduces considerably the turbulence within the body paving the way for generating pure potential power within. This can be observed on the changes or disappearance of light lines (indicating turbulence) that have crept up on the palm, after parikrama of Saturn with this lamp. MAHA GANAPATHY OM GHAM GHANAPATHAI NAMAH Om is the resource instigator, gham the akhasa or galaxy, ghan are the various glands, veins, cells and nervous configuration of the working system, pathai –the lordship or holder. Thus we see that this Icon is capable of absorbing that cosmic power that 66

a invigorates the software within the body for more efficient output. The benign face with large ears for absorption of high utility oriented sound vibrations, intricate and investigative eyes for intensive observation and analysis through radiations, long static cum dynamic trunk for inhalation of oxygen and subsequent constructive implementation, forms an ideal resource for useful gain of knowledge through acquirement and by experience. Chathurthi thithi which falls in the 48 to 60 degree zone between the Sun (Heart) and the Moon (Pituitary cum Pineal system) is and ideal occasion for optimum flow of energy to the brain. Devi Saraswathi : Sarasa in essence means juice and vath knowledge. Acquirement of vast knowledge alone does not upgrade oneself nor does it help society. The total understanding and proper utilisation of the knowledge acquired, is the secret to eminence in Life. For this we resort to the Saraswathi Icon which is as follows:Pashaanghusha dhara Vaani, Veena Pusthak Dharini I Mma Vakthrai Vasennithyam, Santhushta Sarvatha Shiva II The ability to relish and proper utilization of acquired knowledge brings enlightenment within oneself and to others leading to immense happiness even to the extent of attaining Supreme Bliss. The japa mala and the veena in the hands of this Vigraha are both acupressure points of the forefinger (JUPITER finger) for instigating the multiple veins in the brain to holistic approach (both internal and external) of acquiring and utilization of intrinsic knowledge. This Icon is well designed for activating the pituitary system Murugan / Kathikeya : Acquirement of knowledge whether purified or not, alone does not suffice. Its utilization for karma is a necessity. For the skillful operation of the five senses and instigating the growth of the sixth sense together with the five organs of action, the six faced Lord Murugha is resorted to. This icon is charge / energy oriented as it has emanated from Agni / Fire. Shdananam kumkuma raktha varnam , mahamathim divya myurvahanam I Rudrasya sunum sursainiya nadham, guham sadha sharnamaham prapadhai II I bow to that sixfaced Lord who provides that calorie possessed blood to generate immense strength and wisdom, to sustain and conquer the strongest of foes and attain constructive targets. This Icon possesses the peacock –the instigator of sustainable energy and Shkthi Vel –the ability to attain that urge oriented endeavours successfully. The radiation emanating from these two are pronounced AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a and are capable of fulfilling these tasks. Murugha when recited in shiva-asna while lying in bed will give a pleasant sleep even to a most troubled mind; in an erect posture this mantra stimulates successful fulfillment ofthe tasks undertaken during the day. Hanumanji : All activities –be it mental or physical have a direct impact on the breathing process of the human being. In order to obtain fruitful thought and constructive Implementation we must achieve stable breathing. The Vayu Putra – Hanuman helps attaining this. Vayu is Breath and Putra is breathing! Budhiballam Yasho Dairiyam, Nirbhaya thwam Arogatha I Ajadyam Vakpato Thwam cha, Hanumath Smarnath Bhaveth II Blessings of Hanumanji shower upon one, self – confidence, fame, strength, fearlessness, good health, clarity and dynamism together with authoritative speech. The maximum energy begot from this icon is through its mouth and tail. The monkey oriented face develops ability to conserve valuable energy for use when necessary. If developed with faith it is seen that this can be transmitted to remote parts of the earth with ease. Maha Laxmi : Financial Wealth, as the modern world conceives was never in the vocabulary of the Almighty! Devotees who worshipped Goddess Laxmi for acquiring this have miserably failed. Laxmi i.e. Lax – Aham –I, which means the attainment of constructive targets giving rise to supreme contentment within, or otherwise known as Manushya nama Anandam, is the sole purpose for worshiping Goddess Laxmi Padhma asnai, Padhma karai, Sarva Lokkaika pujithai I Narayana Priyee Devi, Supritha Bhava Sarvadha II Optimal utility of the kinetic energy generated {Narayanai priyee) un- affected by the surrounding , implementation without selfishness or prejudice enables me to reach the pinnacle of prosperity where the world bows before you This is what I require of You OH Goddess Laxmi! This vigraha amply supplies us that prosperity engrossed with divine powers. The lotus which is the main ingredient in the Laxmi Vigraha, is the embodiment of attainment of big targets without being affected by the environment of dirt, filth, and corruption surrounding it. Lord Shiva : Shiva in essence means Total Bliss and is situated in the Sahasra chakra whereto the Prana has to travel to enjoy it fully. The purpose of the lingam is clearly projected in the following sloka:Val ambikesa vaidyesha bhav roga harothi cha i AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review Japan nama thriyam nithyam maha roga nivaranam ii Val-the 62 dwarf rishis indicating the essential organs of the body.Indira scoffed at them. These rishis then created the garuda (Conscious) to oversee the working of the senses (Indiras). Ambikesa is the prana’s movement to the sahasra. Vaidyesha is over coming internal disabilities and building the vigour of the operating system; Bhava Roga Harothi is not only to destroy the weakness but not allow it to reoccur. These benefits arise by reciting three times the Japa “Om Namah Shivaye” which is a yoga in itself, leads one to ultimate peace and tranquility and thereby to higher achievements in life The above Japa should not be recited by women as it emanates from the mooladhara. Mooladhara dharana should never be done by females as it has negative impact on their highly sensitive genetic organs. However “Shivaye namah Om ‘could be used fruitfully as it emanates from the Manipura. The Lingam serves as ideal antenna for the abortion of the high wave length radiations of the setting sun during ‘Pradosha kala ‘, normally done on Thriyodashi thithi .On this day all the five sensory organs, five organs of action, the body, the mind and kudalini shakti (13 Operating Organs) gets revitalised simultaneously to enable a distressed and depressed person to confidently step into a positive path in life. This puja has borne extraordinary results. The purpose of doing it three times at least, is to revitalize the Brahma kundam, the Vishnu kundam and the Rudhra kundam which are otherwise termed as Krishna, Rama, and Govinda—-the area below the Naval, from the naval to the pituitary system and thereon to the pineal system respectively. Durga : This Icon concerns the Shushmana Nadi and plays an important role in the maximization of oxygen input and its proper utilization. Obviously, it helps in overcoming large hurdles in life. Durga Devi SarvaRoga Durith Nivarineem A Deep (Light) lit in the lemon is frequently offered to this Devi during Rahu kala. This has two fold benefits of radiation and colour therapy, to integrate the three nadis namely Shushmana, Ida and the Pingla thereby producing additional strength within. Conclusion:- Though it would not be possible to cover all the Icons in this short article , the above shows the valuable treasure left behind by our ancestors, which could be profitably used the world over for better optimization of ones energy and attainment of fruitful output. Most temples posses’ lakes which develop chemicals and absorb cosmic radiation that go to remove multiple diseases created within the human system during the journey of life. 67


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How to Read a Dasha Dr. T.S. Vasan

Introduction There are very many dashas given by Parashari. Out of them Vimsothri is universally accepted and followed. In our study of vimshothri dasha classical and research methodolories are followded. Classical Methodology Classical Texts followed are: Hora Makaranda, Sarvartha Chintamani, Uttara Kalamrita and Brihat Parashari Hora Points followed: • Dasha Lords should occupy benefic signs such as own, exaltation, friends’ and Moola trikona signs to give good results. Kendra Thrikonas from lagna will also give good results. • Navamshas and Drekkanas are very important charts to assess a dasha and its lord. • Apart from Uchcha, swa, moolatrikonas upachaya sthanas are also important. • Dashas of trikona lords are good and if the bhukti lords are kendra lords those dasha/bhuktis are excellent. • Even though a planet is termed as maaraka, he

will do good when a good yoga is formed with that planet. • Deena, Bheeta, Kala, Vikala and peedya avasthas are not good. • Bala balas of planets will influence the dasha such as paksha bala, sthana bala, Kala bala, Naisargika bala, vakra bala, Yuddha bala. • Dashanatha should be arohi to give good results. If he is avarohi, the results will not be good. • Karakatwas, adipatyas, and occupation of dasha lord are important in order to interpret a dasha or bhukti. • Debilitation, enemy’s house, conjunction with malefics will not give good results. • The relationship of dasha and bhukti nathas are important in the light of five-fold relationship.(Adi mitra, /adi shatru, mitra, shatru and neutral) • Yogakaraka as dasha lord is good. • Rahu/ Ketu may become yogakarakas if they are kendra or trikona lords getting the aspect of trikona or kendra lords respectively. • Saturn gives the result like Mars and Mars like Saturn in their respective bhuktis.

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Dashas

Bhodhaka

Vedaka

Pasaka

Karaka

1

Sun

Mars

Venus

Saturn

Jupiter

2

Moon

Mars

Mercury

Venus

Saturn

3

Mars

Moon

Mercury

Sun

Saturn

4

Mercury

Jupiter

Mars

Moon

Venus

5

Jupiter

Mars

Sun

Saturn

Moon

6

Venus

Jupiter

Saturn

Mercury

Sun

7

Saturn

Moon

Mars

Venus

Jupiter

8

Rahu

Moon

Mars

Venus

Jupiter

9

Ketu

Moon

Mercury

Sun

Saturn

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following points have to be noted: •

Dasha Natha’s degree is taken as Lagna degree for that dasha.

• Planets in Shashtiamsha are to be seen like Kroora, Soumya, Shubha, Shashtiamshas.

The same degree is shifted to all bhavas from 2 to 12 which may be termed as mid points.

• Amshas like parvatamsha, vaisheshikamsha, are also equally important.

• Dashas should also be assessed on the basis of sampath tara, vipat tara, Kshema tara, pratyak tara, sadhaka tara, vadha tara , janma taras. And mitra and adhimitra taras.

On either side of each bhava madhyas, 15 degrees are to be taken as beginning and ending of the bhavas thereby a bhava chakra is made.

Sensitive elements such as Pushkaramsha, Pushkara Navamsha, Yoga Star, avayoga star, Daghda Rashis are to be taken.

• Fourth dasha of saturn, fifth dasha of mars, sixth dasha of Jupiter, seventh dasha or Rahu will have the propensity of Maaraka qualities.

Yogas from dashanatha’s lagna should also be taken.

Maraka dasha

Navamsha position for the planets are also to be taken in the interpretation of a dasha.

Exaltation, debilitation, combustion, benefic and malefic association and aspects are also taken.

Each lord from dashanatha like tenth lord, seventh lord, fifth, fourth and ninth lords are to be seen keeping in view their strength, weaknesses according to shadbala.

Shodashavargas are to be checked in addition to rasi position of planets. Specially the lagna of dashanatha in diffeent divisional charts vary when compared to original shodasha varga charts.

Mars Dasha as a fifth dasha Ashwini-Makha-Moola

Transits of respective dasha lords are to be seen. (I) Transit of dashanatha from the original lagna and (II) transit of dasha natha from dasha lagna.

Jupiter Dasha as Sixth Dasha Bharani-Pubba-Poorvashada

A separate computation of ashtakavarga be made on the basis of the lagna of dasha lagna.

Yogakaraka of the main chart and yogakaraka of dasha chart should be seen to know how they support the dashanatha.

Bhuktinathas position in degrees and all the houses are judged by shifting the degrees of the bhuktinatha.

The rule of negative lords in negative signs are to be seen for the good.

Dashanatha’s or bhuktinatha’s position in Navamsha, especially in Bhagyamsha, Labhamsha,Vittamsha and Putramsha will give good results.

The characteristics of dasha natha from the original lagna to the dasha lagna will not diminish. It should always be taken along with the dashanathas

Like this we have to interpret a dasha (vimshothari) applying both classical and research methodalogies

The Sl.No. of Dasha operating in Nativit has to be noted first. This is because in the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th Dashas generally one cannot expect good nature. So also, if a Dasha happes to be a particular Sl.No in order, our ancient sages have assigned it as a Maraka or death inflicting Dasha. As such the followng are the Maraka Dashas for any Nativity born in a particular group of Birth Stars. Maraka Dashas Details For Who Applicable (Natives born in the Stars of) Saturn Dasha as Fourth dasha Mrigasira-Chitta-Dhanista

Rahu Dasha as Seventh Dasha Ashlesha-Jyesta-Revathi •

If Bhukti lord is Bodhaka then good

If Bhukti lord is Vedhaka then not good

If Bhukti lord is Pasaka then few good things

If Bhukti lord is Karaka then it is the best for profession In any dasha the bhukti or Sub period of planet designated as Bodhaka will good results, the sub period of Vedhaka planet will change the good results into a very bad one. The sub period of Pasaka planet will odd good results and the sub period of Karaka planet will give special benefits. Research Methodology It is said that the dasha natha’s position is to be taken as lagna and that dasha is interpreted on the basis of his position. While making the lagna the AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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Hints From Nadi Astrology A.V. Sundram When a prashana chart is cast based on a basic number up to 108 or time of query, lagna shows the querent and the 9th house show the astrologer. If lord of 9th is in debilitation or otherwise weak, astrologer should not give prediction In Nadi we give importance to the karkattawa of a planet. 9th house shows last birth and 5th house shows next birth. When a prashana chart is cast based on a basic number up to 108 or time of query, lagna shows the querent and the 9th house show the astrologer. If lord of 9th is in debilitation or otherwise weak, astrologer should not give prediction. Planet Jupiter signifies male and Venus female. Planet Venus signifies wife and Mars husband. A planet in 2nd to Jupiter means that the native has younger sibling. He is elder when no planet in 12 to Jupiter. A planet on both sides of Jupiter means that he has both elder and younger siblings. Mars in Leo shows loss of a brother suddenly. 5th lord in 10 means highly placed popular native. Link between 5th and 7th lord means either marital life is not good or children are affected. No planet in 7th house - one is on his own (not dependent on any one). No planet in 7th to lagna lord - one is on his own. For any bhava, its Kendras must have planets to fortify it. From Rahu see which planet is posited next to him behind him (Rahu is retrograde so a planet behind him shall be next to him and can be taken as entering its mouth). The native is likely to loose the relative signified by that planet. Jupiter immediately behind Rahu means either the native is the eldest child in family and if it is not so, he is likely to suffer fkom his child. Child may leave him and live separately. For Mithuna Lagna wherever Mars is posited that bhava suffers. Mercury in trines to Mars - the husband shall have another relationship. A planet in exaltation with no planet flanking it, it loses much of its power to do well. Saturn having no planet on either side or in trines to it - no fixed profession. 70

Saturn with Jupiter in 7" - work in a big organization. Mars in a female chart behind Venus - husband is after wife, i.e. husband is attached to her. He has more sexual interest. Venus in a male chart behind Mars - wife is after husband, i.e. wife is attached to him. She has more sexual interest. Mercury and Ketu in trines - native are likely to fall in love suddenly and that love does not materialize. Moon in trines to Venus - Wife is a cheater or cheated by others Moon signifies motherlelder sister and Venus wife. When mother dies, Moon signifies wife and the other woman is signified by Venus. Rahu or Ketu in trines to Mars is a mangleeka dosha which indicates delay in marriage. Mars in trines to Rahu in a female chart - lady is very passionate. Mars in trines to Ketu in a female chart fiigid lady. Sun in 1 on - It gives early income. Jupiter in trines to Saturn - desires fblfilled. Successful people. Jupiter Saturn in 68 position is not a happy location there can be sudden fall as it shows misfortune and one learns to live life without much desire. Jupiter closer to Saturn, i.e. in 2/12 or in 311 1 position - native comes up in life early, ambitions are fulfilled. Much contentment. If Sun and Saturn are away from each other - no ambition or delay in fulfillment of ambitions. One planet in 10th is good and as the number of planets in 10th increases, shows no fixed ambition. Retrograde planets are powefil. They show unfinished karmas of last life. Many successful people have a number of retrograde planets in their charts. Unfinished karma of past life is shown by planets in retrogression. If Jupiter is retrograde - one has enjoyed his last birth fully, in this life he may be diabetic if native transgresses otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wives or takes money illegally. Dispositors of Rahu Ketu if conjoin - they act as an atom bomb, either you blow up or get blown. Either they give a big rise or a big fall. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a Dasha of dispositor of Rahu plays an important role in life. Conjunction of any planet with Rahu or Ketu is not good. Rahu conjoining its dispositor gives potent raja yoga. Rahu conjoining dispositor of Ketu is bad. Ketu conjoining dispositor of Rahu is not good. If Rahu is in 4 and Ketu is in 10th house - the native should not have a working wife. Rahu in lagna and Ketu in 7&4r vice versa you carry karmas of your forefathers, unexpected events take place. The house fiom where Jupiter is in 12 it expands. Jupiter in 4 - child prosper more than the native. Jupiter in 12th shows spendthrift and takes loans. Rahu in 4& in a female chart - husband has extra curricular activities. When natal Mars is aspected by the Moon in transit - lady should get her monthly periods. A planet in sign Cancer gives elevation of his kmbttawa because sign Cancer is a sign where Jupiter is in exaltation. Libra lagna - 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;h lord in Virgo is not good for wife. 5 lord in 2nd - very rich son but he is not happy. No planet in sign Virgo - less sickness. A planet in Virgo - no love and respect &om the relative signified by that planet. Venus in sign Cancer - one of the younger sisters suffers. Venus and the.Moon combination may destroy all yogis. See which planet is in D-9 chart - the relative signified by that planet dies during transit of Saturn on that sign. When there is mutual exchange of two planets and a third planet conjoins any one of them - the relative signified by the third planet suffers. If there is exchange between the Moon and Jupiter, Jupiter is in sign Cancer and the Moon is in sign Sagittarius and Venus conjoins the Moon - karkattawa of Venus, i.e. either elder sister or wife suffers. Venus in Cancer emotions play major role in marital life. A planet with Jupiter or Venus in a male chart gives trouble to the native or the wife as the case may be. A planet with Mars or Venus in a female chart gives trouble to husband or the native as the case may be. Jupiter in 1 2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;h to Venus - not a happy marriage. Mars in sign Cancer - one purchases houses. If Venus and Saturn are posited very close - native AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review gets wife (he gets married) and change of job (nature or place) at the same time. Jupiter in trine to Ketu - spiritual inclination. Ketu and the Sun in trine to Jupiter - raja yoga. Jupiter in trine to Satum Ketu - a karma yogi, llfills his spiritual ambitions. Jupiter in trine to Mars and Ketu - a Hatha yogi, one who achieves his mission with efforts or will power. Jupiter in trine to Ketu and the Moon - Bhakti yogi. Saturn in trine to Ketu Mercury - Gynana yogi. Saturn in trine to the Moon and Ketu - Sahaj yoga (patience). Satum in trine to Venus Ketu - Sahaj yogi. Rahu in Taurus means one who is very popular with masses. Rahu with the Moon - mind is wavering. Ketu with the Moon - mind is rigid or restricted or fixed and not wavering. Ketu in 5" - what ever you desire you do not get but you are likely to get even more. When Ketu conjoins a planet, it restricts its potency. When Rahu conjoins a planet it expands its activity. Mercury conjoins Venus in a male chart - one has a mistress. Venus in trine to Ketu - do not buy constructed property. Saturn in trine to Ketu - problems in job, but if Jupiter aspects problems solved. Mercury in trine to Ketu - problem in educational institution (or in education). Mars in trine to Jupiter - liable for accidents. Jupiter in trine to Venus - one buys a vehicle. Put signatures on an agreement when Mercury is in trine to Jupiter or Venus. Do not sign dny agreement when Mercury is in trine to Ketu. Saturn in transit comes in trine to natal Venus - wife falls sick. Saturn in transit comes in trine to natal Mars in a female chart - husband falls sick Venus in trine to Rahu - wife is arrogant and adamant and native has to be under her thumb. Saturn in trine to Venus - happy marriage. Venus in 12 to Jupiter or Venus (R) in 2nd house from Jupiter in a male chart - man does not leave his wife; he is too fond of her. (Venus applies to Jupiter). 91, In matching for marriage see that the Sun or the Moon of the boy should fall on Rahu or Ketu of the girl or vice versa. 71


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Astronomy & Astrology Dr. P. V. Vartak, Pune

Astrology is based on Astronomy. Astronomy is a science of stars and planets. The stars are the flames i.e. Jyoti in the sky. Therefore this science is named as Jyotish in the Vedas. During the Vedic age Jyotish was not used to foretell any personal future. However the seers foretold, by looking to the sky, when rainy-season would arrive.

Astrology is based on Astronomy. Astronomy is a science of stars and planets. The stars are the flames i.e. Jyoti in the sky. Therefore this science is named as Jyotish in the Vedas. During the Vedic age Jyotish was not used to foretell any personal future. However the seers foretold, by looking to the sky, when rainyseason would arrive. Future-telling Astrology was developed much later, almost after Christ-era. Futuretelling by looking horoscope is not mentioned in the scriptures up to the Mahabharata and Puranas. The Hindus calculate their ceremonies at least two years before the festival day. This tradition of the Hindus is seen from the remote past. The astronomical data is seen recorded in the world’s most ancient literature the Vedas, which belong to the Hindus from India. So we can say that the Vedic people are the fathers of astronomy. If we study the Vedas we find a graph of development of astronomy. First the Vedic sages were attracted towards the sky, because the sky had no support at all, but was loaded with innumerable stars. The Vedic people found out that the Moon travels on a specific path of the stars. They observed that the stars do not move, therefore they coined a name Naksatra, which means the one, which does not move! ‘Na Ksarati Iti Naksatra’ is the definition given by sage Vyasa in his Mahâbhârata at sânti Parva 290/36. The name ‘Naksatra’ stores a specific meaning and hence it is scientific; but the modern scientific name ‘star’ has no meaning; it is unscientific. After confirming the path of the Moon among the stars, the sages observed that the Moon comes near a particular star in a particular time, say a day. They named those stars and based their unit of time and called the day by the Naksatra near which the Moon resided. They named all the twenty-eight Naksatras 72

on the path of the Moon. Mâsa, the Lunar month While observing the movements of the Moon they noticed that the Moon goes on increasing in size till it becomes full in about 15 days. Then it begins decreasing in size till it vanishes in about the next 15 days. They observed minutely this waxing and waning of the Moon and revealed that the moon increases or decreases, in one day, by one unit called as the ‘Kalâ’. The sages found out the reason of the disappearance of the Moon. On realizing that the Moon disappears when it comes near the Sun, they named the day when the Moon is not seen in the sky at night as ‘Amâvâsyâ’. This name is very scientific. It has two components, Amâ and Vâsya. Amâ means together. Vâsya means residing. When the Sun and the Moon reside together the day is called as Amâvâsyâ. In the modern science in this science-age all the scientists call that day as the New-Moon-Day. It is quite ridiculous because the Moon never becomes new. The same old Moon is seen again. Thus it appears that the Vedic sages were more scientific than the modern scientists. Actually, a day was called as ‘Wâra’. Its definition was ‘Udayât Udayam Wârah’. A period from one sunrise to the next sunrise is ‘Wâra’. Thus Wâra depended on the Sun, while Tithi depended on the Moon. The sages noticed that at a regular interval the full moon appears and disappears. Therefore they fixed a period from one Amâvâsyâ to the next Amâvâsyâ as one Mâsa. As the period belonged to the Moon they named that period as Mâsa; because Mâsa means the moon. In modern scientific calendar a name ‘month’ is used. The word ‘Month’ is derived from ‘moon’, but it is not AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a at all related to the moon. Hence the name is unscientific, though used by modern science. Seers divided the Mâsa into two halves namely Paksa. The name is poetic and scientific. Paksa means a wing of a bird. A bird flies with its two wings, the Time flies with the two wings of a month. Therefore the name Paksa! There are two Paksas. In the first Paksa after Amâvâsyâ, the Moon-disc and moon-light goes on increasing day by day; hence it is named as Sukla or Suddha. The second half is called as KRsNa or Vadya Paksa, because the moon-light goes on decreasing and dark portion of the moon’s disc goes on increasing and darkness goes on increasing. Each increasing ‘Kalâ’ represents one Tithi – sukla or KRsNa. Later on the sages began naming the Mâsas relying on the Naksatra near which the full moon resided. If the full moon is near Chitrâ Naksatra the month is called as Chaitra. A Naksatra, which is seen just after the sunset at the eastern horizon and which appears in the sky whole night, is selected to name that month. The word ‘Mâsa’ is used in Úgveda at 10-68-10, in the sense of the Moon. The names of the Mâsas, twelve in number, suggest that the Vedic sages knew the Râsis i.e. the signs of zodiac. For naming of the lunar months, the sages have selected one Naksatra from each of the twelve Râsis. While the sages were observing and studying the Moon and the Naksatras, they noticed some luminaries, which were seen moving. Thus they discovered the five planets. It was the height of their keen observation. To distinguish the planets from the stars requires minute observation and precise studies for years together, rather centuries together. This very fact shows that the knowledge and observations must have been transmitted through many generations. Thus the Vedic sages had made distinction between the planets and the stars. Ritu, the seasons. They counted days according to Tithi and Naksatra and used the lunar months; but then they observed that a certain type of weather appears at a certain interval and there is a cycle in this change in the climate. They observed that the Moon is not responsible for the change in the weather. They further noticed that the climatic variations depended on the position of the rising Sun on the eastern horizon. When the rising Sun goes towards south there is cold and when it goes towards the north there is heat. They noticed that there is a regular swing of the rising AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review Sun on the eastern horizon from the north to the south and back. They called this journey of the Sun as ‘Ayana’. They named the southward-journey of the Sun as ‘PitRyâNa’ (10-88-15) and northward journey as ‘Devayâna’ (10-18-1). The seers noticed that rains began with the PitRyâNa. (Úgveda 6-32-5). Úgveda 1-95-3 states that “Agni or the Sun is the controller of the seasons and it lightens first the East and then the other directions”. In this statement two facts are clearly presented; the first is that the seasons, Útus are controlled by the Sun. This is a fact well accepted by the modern science. The second fact is that the east is presented by the Sun first. It is quite clear that the Sun rises at the east and shows that direction clearly to begin with and gradually it shows other directions by its light. Accordingly they recognized the directions depending on the Sun. The place, from which the sun rises, is called as Poorva. When we stand facing the rising Sun, the direction on right hand side, is called as the ‘DaksiNa’. DaksiNa means the right hand. Paschima means the back, so the direction at the back of a person, who stands facing the rising Sun, is called as Paschima. After labeling Poorva (the east), Paschima (the west) and DaksiNa (the south), the remaining is called as ‘Uttara’, which means the remaining. This establishment of directions is very scientific and is universal. Even if you go on any other planet, you can fix the directions following this scheme of the Úgveda. Magnetic needle used by the modern scientists to fix first the north, on this Earth, may not be useful on other planets. Even on this very Earth, if we take the magnetic needle to the North Pole, it will not show any direction, but will rotate, round and round, all the while. Thus Úgvedic method of fixing directions is more scientific. If you go on any other planet like the Moon, the Mars, up to Pluto you will find the rising sun, and directions. Atharva veda (3/26/1 to 6) describes six directions four fixed by the rising Sun, fifth fixed by polar star and sixth is above head. After confirming the two Ayanas, the sages further studied and found the seasons called as Útu. Vasanta, Greesma and Sarad are the three Útus mentioned in the Úgveda at 10-90-6. Hemanta is mentioned at 10-68-10. Five Útus and twelve Mâsas are mentioned at 10-90-15. Taittiriya Samhitâ of the Black Yajurveda at 4-4-11 gives all the six Ritus, which are further bifurcated into two months each. Thus there are two months

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Review Madhu and Mâdhava constituting Vasanta Útu. Sukra and Suchi composed Greesma Ritu. Varsâ Útu consisted of Nabha and Nabhasya. Varsâ Útu means the rainy season, when the sky is seen covered by the clouds; hence these names Nabha and Nabhasya appear perfect. Isa and Urja constituted Sarad Útu. Saha and Sahasya were the two months of Hemanta Útu. sisira Útu was composed of the two months Tapa and Tapasya. These months are the seasonal Months, and the seasons depend on the Sun. These should not be mistaken as the lunar months, saying Madhu means Chaitra; but this mistake is done, often, by many scholars. Usually all the scholars hold that Madhu Mâsa means the Chaitra Mâsa because SâyaNâchârya has said so in his commentary on the Taittiriya Samhitâ. SâyaNâchârya was not wrong because at his time Madhu Mâsa coincided with the Chaitra Mâsa. That was the condition from 500 AD to 1500 AD, but now it has changed. This change occurred because of the Precession of Equinoxes. Here I want to stress the point that Madhu-Mâdhava etc are the seasonal months and not lunar months. The seasonal months are the solar months and it is made clear by, the VisNu PurâNa 2-8-70 saying, “Dwau Mâsau Arkajau Útu”, meaning that the two solar months form one Útu. ‘Arka’ means the Sun, and ‘Ja’ means origin. ‘Arkaja’ means originated from the Sun. ‘Arkajau’ means two Mâsas. Modern scholars, who prepare Astronomical ephemeris and almanacs, are totally wrong in holding two Lunar months as one Útu. They state that Chaitra and Waisakha make Vasant Rtu. It is not correct at present age. Chaitra and Waisakha lunar months, now, concur with April and May which are obviously hot months. They publish Jyestha and Asâdha as the two months of Greesma, the hot season or summer. However, actually there are rains all over India during these two lunar months, because they cover the modern seasonal months, June-July-August, which always give rains, in India. Such mistakes are not tolerable, but in spite of me telling the facts, those supposed to be experts, neglect me and continue to print the same mistakes again and again, each year, for many years. I am telling this fact since 1978, but nobody bothered to see the facts for 32 years. Varsa - the Year The regular cyclic changes in the climate were closely observed and the period from one rainy season to the next rainy season was taken as one Varsa i.e. a

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a year. A root ‘Vars’ means to shower. Varsâ is the Útu of rain showers, and a period from one Varsâ Útu to the next Varsâ Útu is called as ‘Varsa’, the year. They closely observed the climate changes during a year, and divided the year into six seasons or Útus, namely Varsâ, Sarad, Hemanta, Sisira, Vasanta and Greesma. At times Hemanta and Sisira were fused together and only five Útus were counted because both the Hemanta and sisira are of cold climate. Aitareya BrâhmaNa 1-1 and 2-7-10 mentions it. Varsâ and Sarad may also be fused together because both shower rains. Úgveda sages began their new year with the rainy season as is seen in 2-24-5; 7-103-1, 7, 8, 9. The year, which began with the Varsâ Útu, was called as ‘Varsa’, while the year beginning with the Vasanta was called as ‘Samvatsara’. The latter practice was introduced by the Black original Yajurved. Depending upon the course of the rising sun they composed the groups of Útus. When the sun went from extreme left (i.e. North) towards right (or South) they called that period as PitRyâNa (Rig 10-88/15) or DaksiNâyana. This occupies a period from 22nd June to 22nd December, according to modern scientific calendar. Northward journey of the rising sun was named as Devayâna (Rig 10-18-1) or UttarâyaNa. It occupies a period from 23rd December to 21st June. These two Ayanas composed their year. Varsâ, sarad and Hemanta compose the Daksinâyana, while sisira, Vasanta and Greesma composed the UttarâyaNa. (Yajus Pâtha 5, Susruta Samhitâ 6-7, Úg 6,32.5. Vâlmiki RâmâyaNa Ayodhyâ 63-15). The Útus depended on the Sun’s Ayana. Varsâ Útu began with the beginning of the PitRyâNa. Sisira Útu began with Devayâna. Hemanta ended with PitRyâNa. Greesma ended with Devayâna. When the Sun was near the middle of the east, it was either Vasanta or Sarad Útu depending on the Ayana - Deva and PitR, respectively. With Tithi, Naksatra, Mâsa, Útu and Ayana their Panchânga was complete. Panchânga means five (Pancha) parts (Anga) of Kâla, the time. This is actually an eternal calendar. Now a day, we depend on the calendars hanging on the walls. If we are unable to see a calendar we cannot fix a day, date or month. If we go out of our home for a few days we forget the day, date and month easily. Suppose we are going on a ship and it wrecks throwing us in the sea, we may land on some isolated island not inhabited by human beings. In such circumstances we will forget the day, date and month of the modern AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a calendar and will never tell it any time in future. But if we know the ancient Vedic style of Panchânga we can fix the Tithi, Naksatra, and Mâsa by looking at the Moon at night; and we can fix the Útu and Ayana by looking at the rising Sun’s position, on the eastern horizon. We can carry all the transactions on the basis of that Panchânga. As far as the earth and the sky exist, this Panchânga will exist. Thus the Vedic calendar is eternal. It is useful till the end of the earth, and can be used on any planet floating around the Sun. One more advantage of this Panchânga is that by knowing a Tithi we can understand the time of high tide of the sea; but by knowing the date of a modern calendar we can never fix the time of high tide. Let me give here the method of calculating the time of high tide. Take three-fourth of the Tithi and add to it minutes, equal to three times of the Tithi. For example, PourNimâ means 15th Tithi. Its three-fourth comes to 11 hours and 15 minutes. Three times the Tithi is 45 minutes. Adding these two we get 12 o’clock as the time for high tide, at noon as well as midnight. Thus the Tithis of the Indian Lunar months are very useful for fishermen and people residing by seashore. Râsi or the signs of zodiac were established by the Vedic people. Râsis were twelve in number. They had divided the year into 12 months and so each month they observed the sky and constellations. Naksatras were 27 or 28; they had to be gathered in twelve groups called as Râsi. Râsi means a heap of stars. Dyun means a section of sky. Twelve Rashis and Dyuns are mentioned in the Rigveda; even then scholars like Tilak said Rashis were unknown to India; Greeks brought them here. It was sad. I have shown Rashis and fixed the dates of the Rics from the description. Shyena is the Rigvedic name used for Meena Rashi. Ibha means Vrushchik Rashi. Vedic seers had elaborately developed lunar as well as solar months and had developed ingenious way to correlate both the systems by taking Adhi Masa (after 33 Masas) and Kshaya Masa (after 19 or 141 years). The Vedic seers understood three motions of the Sun : first motion was sunrise- sunset, second motion was a swing on eastern horizon of the rising sun Ayana. Third motion was the Precession of equinoxes. Vedic people have noted the Naksatras where the sun was at the beginning of Uttarayana or Dakshinayana. Famous astronomer Gamow was surprised to see that in very ancient time Vedic seers could note the precession. But our Indian scientists AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review don’t appreciate it. Vedic seers had seen the Sun-spots and called them ‘Yoni’. Seer Atri had discovered how sun eclipse takes place. He named the phenomenon as ‘Swarbhanu’. Swarbhanu means a shadow in the sky. Swa means sky. Bha means light. Anu means which follows. Shadow always follows light. That shadow is the cause of solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. Atri states that eclipses are seen on all planets (Bhuwanani). According to Rigveda (3/55) Asura means phenomenon. Hence Swarbhanu was Asura. Vedas named some stars and all planets scientifically. Jyeshtha is a star; it is called as ‘Antares’ in modern astronomy. Antares means a rival of Mars. The star looks red like Mars and is of the same size as Mars. It shows that the name is given as seen with unaided eyes. But the Vedic name Jyeshtha shows that the star is Jyeshtha, which means bigger and older. After 1950 when Nuclear physics developed, modern science confirmed that it is really a Red Giant and has reached stellar senility. This fact shows that Vedic names were purely scientific and the seers had knowledge of nuclear physics. Planet Jupiter is named as Guru or Bruhaspati, which means the biggest. In fact Jupiter is the biggest. But it looks smaller than Venus (Shukra). Even then the apparently biggest planet Shukra is not called as the biggest, but is called as the brightest - Shukra. Saturn means Shani because it moves slowly. Thus the Vedic planet-names are scientific. Modern names are not so. Some stars other than those on the path of the Moon are also named scientifically. The star Crux was named as ‘Trisanku’ Trisanku means three sankus. sanku is a number - Laksa (105), Koti (107) Abja (109) Kharva (1010), Nikharva (1011), Mahâpadma (1012), sanku (1013), Jaladhi (1014), Antya (1015), Madhya (1016) and Parârdha (1017) are the Vedic numbers. Why did the sages discover such huge numbers? Parârdha means 18 zeroes on 1. Such great numbers must have been discovered for astronomical calculations. For easy calculations, they developed bigger units. That is the reason why Divya Varsas are told. Divya means ‘of Diva’; it means astronomical. One human year multiplied with 360 becomes a Divya Varsa. Thus one Divya Varsa means 360 human years of 365.25 days. These are astronomical measures. sanku means 1013 . Three sankus means 1013 x 3. Three sanku Mahâyojanas comes to 204 light years. (One Mahâyojana means 40 miles). One sanku miles

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Review means 1.7 light years. One light year means a distance covered by light in one year at the velocity of 186000 miles per second. Thus Tri sanku Mahâyojanas or 204 light years is a distance between the Earth and that star Trisanku. The modern astronomy gives information that Crux i.e. Trisanku star is at a distance of 205 light years. Difference between 204 and 205 is negligible. So we have to accept that the ancient Indian sages knew the distance between the earth and that star very well. Agasti means the star Canopus. It is the brightest star in the southern sky. The star is named after the sage Agasti. A legend tells that Agasti sat near the sea and drank the sea. The story indicates that Agasti is on the seashore. Sea means Jaladhi, the number ‘Jaladhi’ means 1014. 1014 Mahâyojanas means 680 light years. Astronomy books state that Canopus is 650 light years distant from the earth. There is negligible difference between 650 and 680. So we have to accept that the sages, who named these stars, knew the distances very well. As a tradition solar eclipse was studied from the Vedas till the Mahabharata so that seer Vyasa describes the solar eclipse that occurred at the first day of the Mahabharata war, on Sunday, the 16th October 5561 BC. Vyasa states that the Sun got divided in two parts and instead of throwing light-rays, began throwing out great flames repeatedly. (Bhishma 17/3). Scholars misunderstood this statement and blamed Vyas saying how can the Sun be split in two parts? Scholars assumed division as cutting an apple in two parts. But the Sun at total eclipse does show two parts : a dark disc in the middle and bright corona around it. Modern astronomy has photographed such two parts and also the great flames projecting out from solar surface at eclipse, in 20th century. Vyâsa has narrated an important astral fact, which happened in the remote past. He tells that the Naksatra Abhijit slipped down in the sky. Vyâsa tells the fact in enigmatic language, but I have deciphered it. Vyâsa has told that “KRttikâ contested with Abhijit and went to the summer solstice, when Abhijit slipped downwards. The time is very remote in the past. At that time Brahmâ started counting time, keeping Dhanisthâ as the first in the Naksatra list. Still earlier in the past, RohiNi was the first in the Naksatra-list.” This story reveals the fact that when KRttikâ went to the summer solstice the Naksatra Abhijit started falling. It shows that the star began the fall around 22000 BC. No scholar could solve the riddle of this story, and 76

a they ridiculed Vyâsa, saying how a star can fall down on the Earth. The scholars missed the important point that Vyâsa has not told that the star fell down on the earth. Vyâsa states that the star slipped (Chuta) from Gagana. Scholars held Gagana as the sky. It is wrong. The English word ‘Sky’ is not defined. But ‘Gagana’ has a specific meaning. In SanskRta language a syllable is duplicated to show continuous action. [eg Chachâla, Bibhishana, Babhâja, etc.] ‘Gam’ is the root in ‘Gagana’. ‘Gam’ means to go, to move. A thing, which moves continuously, is Gagana. The stars in the sky are moving continuously. Therefore the moving part of the sky, containing stars, is ‘Gagana’. Abhijit slipped from this moving part Gagana, and came out to become stationary, like the Polar Star. The story proves that in so ancient a time at 24960 years BC, the sky, rather Gagana, was minutely observed; otherwise a fall of one star could not have been noticed. Few thousand years before the incident, they must have been watching the stars. The story is not a fantasy because out of innumerable stars only one is told to have slipped and that is Abhijit, which is called in the modern science as star Vega. All the important books on astronomy like Encyclopedia Astronomica by La Rousseau, Popular Astronomy by Patrick Moore, Newcomb’s Popular Astronomy etc. state that Star Vega did fell down to become the Polar star around 13000 BC. The modern astronomy does not tell when the fall started, but the Mahâbhârata tells that the fall began around 22000 B.C. Referring to Saptarshis Vyâsa says Arundhati was behind Vasistha but then went ahead. Many scholars say that such a change in the position is impossible. But it is possible according to the modern astronomy. Arundhati is far distant than those seven stars and so it is quite possible that it might have changed the position in relation to Vasistha, before 5561 BC. I have stated this in my Marathi book named ‘Swayambhu’ in 1971. But now during 2011, one scholar Mr. Neelesh Oak has worked on this topic and found (using voyager software) that Arundhati had really gone ahead of Vasistha, during a period 4500 BC to 10000 BC. It proved keen observation of ancient seers. Mr. Oak has proved that the date of the Mahabharata war, 16th October 5561 BC that I show, is accurate showing all planets as told by Vyasa. All these facts prove that stars were studied in India from at least 24000 BC. However no Indian scientist AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a or astrologer knew this fact. Vyâsa has described three more planets beyond the Saturn in his Mahâbhârata under the names of sveta, syâma and Tivra at Bhisma 3/11, 15, 26. Their positions in the Naksatras are also given. Seven planets excluding the Sun, Moon, Râhu and Ketu are mentioned at three places viz. Bhisma 17/2, DroNa 137/22 and KarNa 37/4 or 26/34 (B.O.R.I.). Those seven planets were seen; hence they do not include Râhu and Ketu, which were called as Tamograha, which means invisible. They were seen moving away from the Sun; hence the Sun is not included in the seven planets. It was Amâvâsyâ and hence the Moon was at the Sun, from which the seven planets were seen moving away. Therefore the seven planets do not include the Moon, too. It proves that the seven planets are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Vyas states twice that sveta graha was at Chitra, calculations proved it to be Uranus. Sveta means greenish white (like sveta Durwa which are important in Ganesh-pooja). Vyasa states that syâma was at Jyeshtha sayan or at Purwa Bhadrapada Nirayan. Calculations proved it to be Neptune. Syâma means blue and Neptune is blue colored. My calculations are confirmed by Voyager software. Since 1980 I repeatedly tell that Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were discovered by Vyasa during 5561 BC; but no astrologer uses these Indian names sveta, syâma and Tivra. I request all of you to use these names henceforth. From my statement you may question whether Sayan and Nirayan methods were present then? I affirm that Vyasa used these two methods to pinpoint the positions of planets. Vyas gave two positions of each planet which are 8 Nakshatras apart. It shows two systems having zero-points 8 Nakshatras apart. Vyasa has not considered Teevra i.e. Pluto in these seven planets which went away from the Sun; because at that time Teevra (Pluto) was at Krittika, much away from the Sun and the Moon. If we know Tithi, Nakshatra, Lunar Masa, Rutu and Ayana of any incident we can calculate its date even million years past. To calculate it we must know the rate of Precession of equinoxes. It is not possible for the so-called scientific calendar. Using this tool I could calculate dates of 60 incidents of the Mahabharata, 50 incidents of the Ramayana, 17 Rics of the Rigveda, and some other events in history. The Mahabharata war began on Sunday, the 16th October 5561 B.C. Rama-Rawana war began on 3rd November 7292 BC. Hanuman entered Lanka on 1st September 7292 BC. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review Rawana was killed on 15th November 7292 BC, on Phalguna Amavasya. Rama married Seeta on 7th April 7307 BC; both went to forest on Thursday, the 29th November 7306 BC. They lived in palace for 20 months only. Such details can be calculated if we get proper data as per Vedic time measuring device. On the same line I could prepare real horoscope of Lord Krishna, which explains his life eruditely. This is a seminar of Astrologers, so I give the horoscope of Krishna. Birth-date is 23-24 May 5626 B.C. Ascendant was Vrushabha with Moon, 2nd house contained Saturn & Shukra; 3rd house Jupiter & Rahu, 4th house Sun, 7th house had Vrushchik Rashi, 11th house contains Mars. Because this is accurate horoscope see how minute incidents could be explained. The 2 nd house representing mouth possesses Venus and Saturn. Venus gave him art in mouth, which depended on blowing air - the Murali, flute- because of Shani, the master of Wayu, wind. Usually he spoke mildly due to Venus, speech was shrewd due to Shani; but he spoke very harsh at times because of Mars. Mars is the master of Vrushchika Rashi present in the 7th house of life partner. Hence at every marriage he had to fight. In each marriage he got success and wealth, because Mars is in the 11th house of benefits. 8th house of death has Sagittarius whose lord is Jupiter; hence death is covered with mystery. It is the effect of Jupiter, master of 8th house, situated at the 8th house from the 8th. Shani looks at the 8th house and gave long life, Krishna died at 101 years of age (Vishnu Puran 5/37/18, 20). Shani is seen by Mars, so cause of death was a wound by an arrow. Arrow was shot by a low-caste man because Jupiter, the master of deathhouse is with Rahu. Mars is at 11th house which represents leg, so his leg was injured causing death. I think I have shown you a short trailer of picture titled ‘Astronomy and Astrology’. I hope you are convinced about the science advanced by the Vedic seers and you will surely like to see the whole picture that I have produced and published under the title ‘Veda – The Root of Science’.

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dqaMyh feyku vkSj ekaxfyd nks"k dud dqekj ok".ksZ;] uks,Mk gekjs lekt esa dqaMyh feyku dh izFkk bruh O;kid gks xbZ gS fd vPNk laca/k feyus ij Hkh esykid ds xq.kksa vFkok ekaxfyd nks"k ds dkj.k ckr vVd tkrh gSA dqaMyh feyk,a ;k ugha] ekaxfyd nks"k ls fdl izdkj fuiVsa] ;gh bl ys[k dh ppkZ dk fo"k; gS] tks vkt vf/kdka'k ekrk&firkvksa dk ljnnZ cuk gqvk gSA ekaxfyd nks"k dh T;ksfr"kh; ifjHkk"kk ij vk,a rks yXu dqM a yh esa ;fn eaxy yXu es]a pkSFks] lkros]a vkBosa vFkok ckjgosa Hkko esa gks rks ekaxfyd nks"k dgykrk gSA bl ifjHkk"kk ds vk/kkj ij rks izfr 10 esa ls pkj L=h&iq:"k ekaxfyd gksus pkfg,A panz jkf'k ls Hkh ;fn eaxy bUgha LFkkuksa esa gksrk gS rc Hkh dekso's k ekaxfyd nks"k ¼panz eaxyh½ ekuk tkrk gSA bUgha LFkkuksa ij ;fn 'kfu vkSj jkgq gksa ;k nwljs o rhljs Hkko esa Hkh gks rks mldk v'kqHk izHkko Hkh fookfgr thou ij iM+rk gSA nwljs Hkko ds eaxy] 'kfu o jkgq tkrd dks Øks/kh o dqVcqa ls fojks/k djus okyk cuk ldrs gS]a tcfd ;s rhljs Hkko esa 'kklfud izo`fÙk iznku djrs gS]a tks n¶rj o O;olk; esa rks ykHkdkjh gks ldrh gS ijarq ikfjokfjd thou esa ughaA bl izdkj ;fn ns[kk tk;s rks ekaxfyd nks"k gj L=h iq:"k esa U;wukf/kd :i esa fo|eku jgrk gSA ekaxfyd nks"k ds dkj.k fuEu ifj.kke gks ldrs gSa %& fojg] fo;ksx] vyxko] ikjLifjd vlfg".kqrk] foyafcr fookg] fookg foPNsn] ,d ls vf/kd lac/a k] oS/kO; vkfnA jkek;.k dky esa vorfjr Jhjke dh izpfyr tUedqM a yh esa mPp dk eaxy lIre ¼iRuh½ Hkko esa ekaxfyd nks"k bafxr djrk gSA Jhjke dk fookg bl nks"k ds dkj.k mPp dqy esa rks gqvk] ijarq os nkEiR; lq[k ls yxHkx oafpr jgsA fookg ds i'pkr ouokl gqvk vkSj fQj lhrk gj.k ds dkj.k fojg fo;ksxA yXu esa mPp ds xq# dh 'kqHk n`f"V ds izHkko ls fu"dyafdr lhrk fey rks xbZ] ijarq yo dq'k ds tUe ls iwoZ gh lhrk dk fu"dklu gks x;k] ftldk var lhrk dh i`Foh lekf/k ds lkFk gqvk vkSj Jhjke var le; rd fcuk iRuh ds gh jgsA ikd eaxyh nks"k % tc ekaxfyd nks"k ds lkFk gh dqM a yh esa uhpLFk izFke 'k=q {ks=h eaxy dk 'kfu ;k jkgq ls iki lac/a k gks tkrk gS rks ikd eaxyh nks"k dgk tkrk gS] tcfd 78

'kqØ ls lac/a k gksus ij vusdkusd lac/a k bafxr gksrs gSAa ikd eaxyh nks"k dk ,d mnkgj.k izLrqr gS% dbZ o"kZ iwoZ eSa viuh c<+rh mez dh dqoa kjh Hkrhth ds fy, oj ryk'k jgk Fkk] rHkh ,d rhl o"khZ; fo/kqj dk foKkiu n`f"Vxr gqvk] ftuds ,d iq= FkkA i= O;ogkj djus ij Kkr gqvk fd mudk fookg ftl dU;k ls gqvk Fkk] og ,d iq= dks tUe nsdj py clhA llqjky okyksa us lkyh ls fookg dj fn;kA mldh Hkh eR;q gks xbZ vc iq= dh [kkfrj iqu% fookg djuk pkgrs gSAa eSua s mudh tuedqM a yh eaxkbZ vkSj mUgsa lykg nh fd ikd eaxyh nks"k ds dkj.k os fookg dk fopkj gh R;kx nsAa ckr [kRe gqbZ] ijarq dqN efguksa ckn mudk i= vk;k fd D;k esjh Hkrhth vc rd vfookfgr gS vkSj D;k ge fookg djuk pkgsx a s \ gka mUgksua s Li"V 'kCnksa esa Lohdkj fd;k fd mudk ,d lac/a k vkxjk ls r; gqvk Fkk] exj fookg ds ,d fnu iwoZ gh dU;k ,d fl[k ;qod ds lkFk Hkkx xbZA crkb,] esjk mÙkj D;k jgk gksxk\ foyafcr fookg % ekaxfyd nks"k ds dkj.k foyafcr fookg ,d vke ckr gks xbZ gS] tks ekrk&firkvksa dks vfr fpark xzLr j[krh gSA ;fn esjh ekusa rks bl foyac dks lgh ekudj Lohdkj dj ysAa foyac ds dkj.k dbZ dqlHa kkouk,sa Vy tkrh gS]a tSl]s vuesy fookg] lac/a k Hkax] vyxko] de vk; ls gksus okyk oSeuL; vFkok oS/kO; HkhA vke rkSj ij yM+ds dh leqfpr vk; u gksuk ;k ngst rFkk loZxq.k laiUu o/kw dh ekax foyac dk dkj.k curs gSAa vf/kd mez gksus rd yM+dk Lokoyach gks ldrk gS vkSj rc rd mldh ngst o loZxq.k laiUu o/kw dh ekax Hkh gkj eku ysrh gSA yM+fd;ksa ds ekeys esa dU;k dh viuh ilan vFkok ngst dh ekax Hkh foyac dk dkj.k curh gSA esjh igpku okyh ,d dk;Z'khy fl[k dU;k xSj fl[k ;qod ls gh fookg djuk pkgrh Fkh] tks mlds :f<+oknh AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a eka cki dks Lohdkj ugha FkkA varr% yxHkx 30 o"kZ dh mez esa mldk fookg eka&cki p;fur fl[k ;qod ls gh gqvkA vc og ,d iq=h dk eka gS vkSj [kq'k gSA mldk f}fookg dk ekaxfyd nks"k Hkh Vy x;kA esjh lykg ;g gS fd ,slh fLFkfr esa ekrk&firk dks pkfg, fd og Li"V dj nsa fd os fookg ds fy, rS;kj rks gSa fdarq rqjra fookg ugha dj ik;sx a As tSl& s tSls ;g le; dk varjky c<+rk tkrk gS oSl& s oSls lac/a k dh izxk<+rk {kh.k gksrh tkrh gS vkSj varr% nwljs i{k dk /kS;Z Hkh tokc ns cSBrk gSA bl izdkj ekaxfyd nks"k Hkh Vy tkrk gS tks nks lac/a kksa dk lwpd gksrk gSA gka] ;fn yM+dk yM+dh ekaxfyd u gksa rks yXu dh ifjfLFkfr;ksa dks ns[krs gq, fookg dh LohÑfr ns nsuk gh mfpr gksxk] vU;Fkk volkn dh fLFkfr] vkRegR;k dk iz;Ru ;k dksVZ fookg Hkh laHkkfor gS] tks nwljs ;k rhljs Hkko esa ikih xzgksa dh mifLFkfr ds dkj.k bafxr gksrk gSA esjh viuh fj'rsnkjh esa ,d ekaxfyd dU;k dk fookg r; gqvkA fookg dh rS;kfj;ka Hkh gks xbZ Fkha] rks esjh lykg ds vuqlkj us"V le; xqtjus ds ckn gksuk FkkA fookg ls dqN fnu iwoZ gh ,d dkj nq?kZVuk esa oj dh e`R;q gks xbZ] rks eSua s ekrk&firk dks lkaRouk nh fd fookg Vkyus dk esjk mís'; ;gh Fkk] D;ksfa d mldh dqM a yh esa oS/kO; ;ksx Fkk] tks bl izdkj iw.kZ gks x;kA dU;k dk mfpr le; ij fookg gqvk vkSj vkt og nks LoLFk cPpksa dh eka gSA ekaxfyd nks"k dk ,d igyw fookfgr gksdj Hkh ifr&iRuh dk ,d lkFk u jguk Hkh gksrk gSA ftuds ifr fons'k esa dk;Zjr gksrs gSa vFkok usoh ;k lsuk esa gksrs gSa os iRuh;ka bl nks"k ls xzflr gksrh gSAa esjs ikl ijke'kZ ds fy, vkus okys naifÙk;ks]a fo'ks"kdj L=h i{k ls ;g f'kdk;r feyrh gS fd gekjs rks 28 ;k 30 xq.k fey x;s Fks] fQj Hkh geesa curh ugha gSA tgka rd esykid ls xq.k feykus dk iz'u gS] og dsoy oj&o/kw ds u{k=ksa ij vk/kkfjr gksrk gS] tks bl ckr dks n'kkZrk gS fd muds LoHkko ,oa :fp;ksa esa fojks/kkHkkl rks ugha gS rFkk mudh panz jkf'k;ka ijLij 'k=q rks ugha gSA ;g esykid oj&o/kw dh tUedqM a fy;ksa esa fofHkUu xzgksa dh fLFkfr vkSj muds izHkko ls vNwrk jgrk gSA esykid }kjk ,d nq"V iq#"k vkSj ,d lh/kh lknh dU;k ds Hkh 30&30 xq.k fey ldrs gSAa gka] ijarq bl ckr dh iw.kZ laHkkouk jgrh gS fd dU;k ifr dks mlh :i esa Lohdkj dj ys pkgs bls ikjaifjd laLdkj dfg, ;k L=h dh lai.w kZ leiZ.k HkkoukA xq.kksa vkSj dqM a yh feyku ds ckn Hkh vktdy vucu dh f'kdk;rsa vkrh gSA bldh foospuk ds fy, gesa vkfn dky ls ysdj orZeku dky rd ds lkekftd ifjos'k dks AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review n`f"Vxkspj djuk gksxkA vkfnR; dky esa iq#"k dk nkf;Ro f'kdkj djds HkksT; lkexzh tqVkuk rFkk L=h dk larku ikyu vkSj x`g izc/a ku djuk gksrk FkkA blfy, ifr dk 'kklu pyrk Fkk vkSj blfy, iq#"k iz/kku lekt dh l`f"V gks xbZ FkhA fookg laLFkk dk vfoHkkZo Hkh blh mís'; ls gqvk FkkA oSfnd dky esa iRuh ifr ds vuq'kklu esa jgs] blfy, ^ifr ijes'oj* ,oa ^ifrozr /keZ* tSlh /kkj.kkvksa dks efgek eafMr fd;k x;k FkkA iq#"k dks cgq fookg ds vfèkdkj ds lkFk gh nsonkfl;ksa vkSj xf.kdkvksa dks Hkh ekU;rk fey xbZ FkhA bu laLdkjksa ds pyrs fL=;ka ifr dh ^pj.knklh* rks jgha] exj mudh ekaxfyd izof` Ùk nwljs :i esa izLQqfVr gksrh jghA /kfud oxZ dh fL=;ka ifjpkjd ifjpkfjdkvksa ij 'kklu dj ldrh Fkha vkSj e/; oxZ dh fL=;ka larku vkSj cgqvksa ij viuk opZLo LFkkfir dj ysrh FkhaA vkt Hkh ;g ^lkl&cgq* dk izdj.k nwjn'kZu dh pSuyksa dh vk; dk lzkrs cu x;k gSA oLrqr% /keZ esa vkLFkk vkSj iqjkru laLdkjksa ls izfrc) ukjh iq#"k dks gh LokfeRo iznku djrh jgh gSA ;g fLFkfr chloha lnh ds iwokZ/kZ rd rks pyh gh] tc dqM a yh feyku dh vko';drk Hkh ugha le>h tkrh FkhA chloha lnh ds mÙkjk/kZ esa ukjh Lokra«; dk ;qx vk;k] ftldh 'kq#vkr if'peh ns'kksa ls gqbAZ lkB ds n'kd esa eq>s mPp rduhdh izf'k{k.k ds fy, lksfo;r :l esa jguk iM+k FkkA lksfo;r :l mu fnuksa egk'kfDr cuus dh gksM+ esa Fkk] fygktk gj iq"V iq#"k dks dkj[kkuksa esa ;k lsuk esa j[k fn;k tkrk Fkk] tcfd fL=;ksa dk opZLo nqdkuks]a vLirky] gksVy] cSd a ] dk;kZy;ks]a Ldwy vkSj jsyos esa Åij ls uhps rd dkfot FkkA bl ukjh Lokoyacuk dh ifj.kfr lalkj dh lokZf/kd rykdnj esa gks pqdh FkhA vf/kdrj fookg 20 o"kZ dh mez rd gks tkrs FksA laox s vkSj Hkkoukvksa ds o'khHkwr gksdj fd, ;g fookg ekewyh vucu ls gh rykd esa ifjofrZr gks tkrs Fks] tks ogka vfr ljy dkuwuh izfØ;k FkhA vkt lHkh if'peh ns'kksa esa ;g fLFkfr cu pqdh gS vkSj Hkkjr dh pkS[kV ij Hkh nLrd ns pqdh gSA Hkkjr esa fiNys nks n'kd ls L=h&f'k{kk esa vlk/kkj.k izxfr ds dkj.k 'kgjh efgykvksa dks ukSdjh ls iq:"kksa ds led{k futh vk; Hkh gksus yxh gSA nksgjh vk; okys naifÙk;ksa esa fdldk 'kklu pys] ;g fookg oSokfgd fo?kVu dk ,d cM+k dkj.k cu jgk gSA L=h dh ekaxfyd izo`fÙk] tks laLdkjksa vkSj lkekftd ca/kuksa ds dkj.k nfer jgrh Fkh] vc mtkxj gksus yxh gSA fuEu oxZ vkSj xzkeh.k efgyk,a vHkh rd bl ca/ku dks iwjh rjg ugha rksM+ ikbZ gSA ,d cgqpfpZr fganh fQYe esa laHkzkra ifjokj dh ,d efgyk] tks Lo;a ifr ls vyx gksus ds dxkj ij gS] viuh ukSdjkuh 79


Review ls mlds psgjs dh pksV dk dkj.k iwNrh gSA ukSdjkuh crkrh gS fd mlds vkneh us 'kjkc ihdj ekjk FkkA efgyk dgrh gS rks rw mls NksM+ D;ksa ugha nsrh \ mÙkj Fkk& dSls NksM+ nwa ekyfdu] lkr tUeksa dk ca/ku gSA mnwZ o fganh ds iz[;kr dFkkdkj] Ñ'ku panj dh ,d dgkuh esa pky esa jgus okyk iq#"k viuh L=h dks ekj jgk FkkA cpkus ds fy, vk;s yksxksa dks L=h us ;g dgdj f>M+d fn;k & esjk vkneh gSA eq>s ekj jgk gSA rqe yksxksa dks D;k \ esfMdy foKku ds vuqlkj izkS<k+ oLFkk esa L=h esa ml gkjeksu dh deh gksus yxrh gS tks ukjh lqyHk xq.kksa ¼yTtk] 'kkyhurk] leiZ.k Hkkouk½ dk thou nkrk gS vkSj iq#"kksa esa og gkjeksu {kh.k gksus yxrk gS] tks mls 'kklu djus o LokfeÙk trkus dh izo`fÙk dk nsunkj gSA bl voLFkk esa L=h larku ds 'kknh O;kg] ysu nsu vkfn ekeyksa dks vius vf/kdkj {ks= esa ysus ds fy, iz;Ru'khy gks tkrh gS ftls vf/kdka'k iq:"k lg"kZ Lohdkj dj ysrs gSAa gka] L=h dh ekaxfyd gksus dh fLFkfr esa ;g izo`fÙk vfr mxz gks tkrh gSA ngst dh ekax ;k cgw dks izrkfM+r djuk Hkh blh izo`fÙk dh nsu gSA ;fn iq#"k Hkh ekaxfyd gqvk rks fLFkfr vkSj Hkh fodV gks ldrh gSA uo fookfgrksa esa vucu dk dkj.k iRuh dk leku vf/kdkj dh ekax djuk gSA oSokfgd foKkiuksa esa ;qodksa dks O;olk; esa izf'kf{kr dU;k pkfg,A ;fn mudh ;g bPNk gS rks mUgsa dqfdax dkslZ Hkh dj ysuk pkfg,A okLro esa os ijaijkxr ifr lsok ds gdnkj ugha gSA ;qofr;ksa dks Hkh pkfg, fd vius Lora= vk; tfur vgadkj dks la;fer j[ksAa gky ds ,d ys[k esa eSua s i<+k Fkk fd vkidh vkfFkZd Lokoyach dqekfj;ksa dks ^ifr* ugha ^iRuh* pkfg,A tks ;qofr;ka viuh ukSdjh] ifr vkSj x`g izc/a ku esa lkeatL; cuk ysrh gS] mudk oSokfgd thou euksfpfdRld ;k T;ksfr"kh ls ijke'kZ djus dh vis{kk ugha j[krk gSA larku ds fookgsPNqd ekrk&firk dks ijke'kZ vc eSa vius T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ds v/;;u ,oa vuqHko ds

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a vkèkkj ij fuEu ijke'kZ nsuk pkgwx a k% gj tkrd ds 10&12 o"kks± ds nkSjku ,d ;k nks o"kZ ,sls xqtjrs gS]a tc 'kfu o xq#] nksuksa izHkko'kkyh xzg ^'kqHk* xkspj esa gksrs gSAa ;g fLFkfr rc curh gS tc 'kfu panz jkf'k ls rhljs] NBs vFkok X;kjgosa LFkku esa vkSj xq# nwljs] ikapos]a lkros]a uosa ;k X;kjgosa LFkku ls lapfjr gksrs gSAa ;g o"kZ fookg ds fy, ^;ksx dkjd* le; gksrs gSAa bu o"kks± esa Lor% gh lac/a k cuus dh fLFkfr mRiUu gks tkrh gS vkSj ;fn dkQh Hkkx nkSM+ ds ckn Hkh fookg ugha gks jgk gks rks ckr cuus dh vuk;kl gh laHkkouk gks tkrh gSA bl xkspj fLFkfr esa fcuk dqM a yh feyk, gh fookg dj ldrs gSa D;ksfa d xkspj ds 'kqHk izHkko ls lokZf/kd vuqdy w lac/a k Lor% gh gks tkrk gSA gka] HkkX; rks viuk viuk gksrk gh gSA ;g fLFkfr de mez ¼20&25 o"kZ½ esa Hkh curh gks vkSj oj dh vk; leqfpr u gks ;k dU;k dk fo|k/;;u iwjk u Hkh gqvk gks rc Hkh fookg djus esa ladksp u djsAa gka] ikd eaxyh gksus dh fLFkfr esa 25 o"kZ dh mez ds ckn gh bl ;ksx dh izfr{kk djsAa lknk ekaxfyd gksus dh fLFkfr ¼tc eaxy Lox`gh ;k mPp gks vkSj iki xzgksa ls n`"V u gks½ esa de mez esa Hkh fookg fd;k tk ldrk gSA ;wa rks ekaxfyd izHkko dqM a yh feykus ls Hkh ugha Vkyk tk ldrk gSA nwljh de vuqdy w fLFkfr rc curh gS tc xq# 'kqHk xkspj esa gks ijarq 'kfu ^v'kqHk* xkspj ¼lk<+l s krh o <S;k½ esa u gksA ,slh fLFkfr esa dqM a yh feyku dh jLe dj ldrs gS]a ijarq 25 ls de xq.k feyus dh fLFkfr esa fookg rHkh djsa tc rd yM+dk yM+dh ,d nwljs dks ij[k u ysAa xkspj dh ml fLFkfr esa fookg dnkfi u djsa tc 'kfu vkSj xq# nksuksa ^v'kqHk* lapkj dj jgs gksAa ;g fLFkfr 'kfu dh lk<+l s krh vkSj <S;k ds nkSjku rFkk xq# ds NBs] vkBosa o ckjgosa LFkku esa lapkj djus ij curh gSA bl Hkze dks u ikysa fd xq.kksa ds feyku vkSj ekaxfyd nks"k ds fuokj.k ds ckn lc dqN Bhd gks tkrk gSA bl ys[k esa lkekftd ifjos'k o uj&ukjh euksfoKku ds lanHkZ esa L=h iq#"k dh izof` Ùk dh foospuk blh mís'; ls dh xbZ gSA

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Naadi System-Stellar Effects One or Two planets controlling a Native Kesari Dr. NVRA Raja

The constellations have a major role to play in deciding the strength of the planets as far as the digbala and power of planets whether they are in exaltation or debilitation signs. Some astrologers of view that exalted planet give good results and debilitated planets give bad results, but this is not correct. When the lord of 6th, 8th and 12th house becomes exalted it may not be beneficial to the native, as far as the prosperity in the material world is concerned. We will have give importance to the constellations and how their lords are placed in the chart to arrive proper results and the outcome from the chart. As we know that the usual order of strength of the planets as follows: 1. Rahu and Ketu are most powerful 2. The Sun, 3. The Moon, 4. Venus, 5. Jupiter, 6. Saturn, 7. Mars 8. Mercury is the least powerful It may be notices that the power or strength of the planets decreases gradually from Rahu and Ketu to Mercury as stated above. In charts where there are combinations or conjunctions of planets and also in cases where the house occupied by them is not their neither own nor exaltation houses, the aforesaid rule will be useful to assess the strength of weakness of the planets. We should consider the Moolatrikona sings and their importance in predictions and evaluating the strength of the planets. Moolatrikona refers to the strongest sign owned by a planet. Moolatrikona sings are for The sun is Leo, Moon is Taurus, Mars’s is Aries, Mercury’s is Virgo, Jupiter’s is Sagittarius, Venus’s is Libra, Saturn’s is Aquarius. We should note that the five planets Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn own one odd sign and one even sign. The natural benefic are more powerful in odd signs and the natural malefic are more powerful or strong in even signs. This article is totally based on the calculation of strength of the planets using method given by Guruji Sri NV Raghava Chary (Meena2). Meena2 further states that “whenever one or two planets control a chart or rather the horoscope of person such a native is prominent, powerful, affluent, distinguished in life and society. Nobody should jump to a conclusion that on account of such control one is bestowed with all good, but it depends AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

on the factors whether the planet or planets are beneficially or malefically disposed of in the particular chart in question. Benefics confer good and favourable results where as on the other hand malefic shower bad, distressing and troublesome results. In case of yoga operating on the controlling planet the native is well placed in life will all good”1. Here I have analysed two charts and given two principles for the benefit of astrologers to apply these principles to analsyse the strength of the planets and the chart to arrive proper results. Principle: 1 If a horoscope is controlled by one planet and that too by a yoga karaka planet then that native will be very well known, famous, very rich and notable personality. - Meena2 Naadi William Henry ”Bill” Gates III (born October 28, 1955, 21.15.00, Zone 8.00, Lahiri 23.14.39 Seattle WA USA 122W 19 47N 36. Tithi 13th, Trayodashi of Waxing, yoga Moon, Karan 14th Harshana, Sun rise 06.51.02, Sunset 16.54.18 is an American business magnate, investor, philanthropist, author, and former CEO and current chairman of Microsoft, the software company he founded with Paul Allen. He is consistently ranked among the world’s wealthiest people 1and he was ranked third. During his career at Microsoft, Gates held the positions of CEO and chief software architect, and remains the largest individual shareholder. He has also authored or co-authored several books. Gates is one of the best-known entrepreneurs of the personal computer revolution. In the later stages of his career, Gates has pursued a number of philanthropic endeavours, donating large amounts of money to various charitable organizations and scientific research programs through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, established in 2000. In 2011, Bill Gates was ranked as the fifth most powerful person in the world, according to rankings by Forbes magazine. 81


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under the control of Venus. Mercury and Mars are in the naksatra of Moon and already Moon is under the control of Venus hence both these planets are under the control of Venus. Rahu is in the house of Scorpio whose lord is Mars and Mars is under the control of Venus hence Rahu is also under the control of Venus. Ketu is in the house of Venus and having the influence of Venus. Lagnathipathi is Mercury through the Moon is under the control of Venus. Note here that almost all the planets are under the control of Venus the lord of 5th house and the Venus is yoga karaka for Gemini Lagna. This (house lord) type of control of one planet is called Sthoola control of one planet on the native.

Birth Chart: Bill Gates

Note here that every house has connection of the yoga karaka planet Venus hence the native is multi millionaire and philanthropist, industrialist, powerful personality, charitable in nature etc. Principle: 2 Let us analyse how this chart is controlled by Venus:

If all the houses or planets controlled by a single most powerful planet then that native attains prominence and gets elevation, success and recognitions in their respective fields linked with the significators or karakatwas of that powerful planet. Mother Teresa 27.8.1910, 10.25.00, Zone 2.00, Lahiri 22.36.20, Yugoslavia, 21E 26 41N 59, Tithi - 8 of Waning Moon, Yoga - 13th Vyaghata, Karan 45th Balava, Sun rise 05.59.39, Sunset 19.12.40 Life Events: She was a Noble prize winner for peace on 10-12-1979 and Bharat Ratna award winner from Government of India. A great spiritual leader, charitable, helped the needy, had run a number of educational, medical institutions and orphanage, old age homes etc

Venus is strong in Libra than in Taurus, since benefices are stronger in odd sign. In Libra Saturn and Sun are there so they are under the control of Venus. Jupiter is in the house of Leo whose lord is sun is under the control of Venus hence Jupiter is also under the control of Venus. Moon is in the house of Jupiter and Jupiter is already under the control of Venus and hence Moon is 82

Mother Teresa, of Calcutta, born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, was an Albanian Roman Catholic nun with Indian citizenship [4] who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata (Calcutta), India in 1950. For over 45 years she ministered to the poor, sick,

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a orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity’s expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries.1

Let us analyse how this chart is controlled by the Sun:

By the 1970s she had become internationally famed as a humanitarian and advocate for the poor and helpless. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and India’s highest civilian honor, the Bharat Ratna, in 1980 for her humanitarian work. Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity continued to expand, and at the time of her death it was operating 610 missions in 123 countries, including hospitals and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis, soup kitchens, children’s and family counseling programs, orphanages, and schools. Spiritual life : Analyzing her deeds and achievements, John Paul II asked: “Where did Mother Teresa find the strength and perseverance to place her completely at the service of others? Moon, Mercury and Rahu are in the star of the Sun, the Sun is posited in its own house and also in the 10th house from lagna and got digbhala and most powerful, hence Sun is controlling them. Ketu is in the star of Jupiter and the Jupiter is with Birth Chart: Mother Teresa

Mercury who is already conrolled by the Sun so Jupiter and Ketu are under the controll of the Sun. The lagnathipathi Mars is with the Sun and he is controlled by the Sun. Venus is in the star of Mercury , since Mercury is under the control of the Sun, so Venus is also under the control of the Sun. Saturn is in the house of Mars and also in the star of Venus, both the planets are under the control of the Sun hence the Saturn is also under the control of the Sun. Note here that all the planets are under the control of the most poweful planet the Sun through naksatras (stellar effects), this type control is called Sookshama control, this is most poweful control than sthoola control of planets. The most powerful planet the Sun is in the star of exalted Ketu (as per Meena1 & Meena2) is posited (Scorpio) in the Lagna. Ketu is in the star of Jupiter and this link of Jupiter and Ketu had given her spiritual bent of mind and service to others. This service was recognised by the world due to most powerful the Sun posited in the 10th house having digbala. This single planet the Sun, who controls her chart, had given her the name, fame, respect and spiritual recognition by the world (Noble Prize) and also by the Government of India (Bharat Ratna).

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Is 2012 a Tsunami Year for India ? Mrs. Gayatri Devi Vasudev, Visakhapatnam

The date December 21, 2012 which marks the end of the Mayan calendar is being interpreted to mean the end of the world. The National Aeronautical and Space Administration, as if to support the 2012 doomsday forecast, is predicting a massive solar storm that could strike earth in 2012 (possibly a little later in 2013) with the force of a 100 million hydrogen bombs. Such a massive bombardment can certainly have a catastrophic effect and even destroy the earth. Do astrological factors justify such a possibility? The 2012 end-of-the-world prophesy appears to be resurfacing everywhere putting large sections of the world populace in panic mode. The date December 21, 2012 which marks the end of the Mayan calendar is being interpreted to mean the end of the world. The National Aeronautical and Space Administration, as if to support the 2012 doomsday forecast, is predicting a massive solar storm that could strike earth in 2012 (possibly a little later in 2013) with the force of a 100 million hydrogen bombs. Such a massive bombardment can certainly have a catastrophic effect and even destroy the earth. Do astrological factors justify such a possibility? We are now only in the first quarter of Kaliyuga and Pauranic references, which are increasingly drawing the attention of thinkers everywhere for the factual correctness of statements made therein, nowhere talk of such destruction. We may, therefore, rest assured that though the solar storm, if it should at all occur, may batter the earth and drastically influence weather conditions, can in no way contribute to or give credence to the 2012 doomsday forecasts. But can such solar activity trigger another tsunami for India as it happened on December 26, 2004 which year too ended with one of the most unusual eruptions on the Sun? Instruments aboard the Solar and Heliocentric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft recorded a gigantic coronal mass ejection (CME) and this burst of solar energy into space was said to be visible to scientists over a nine-hour stretch. This event on the solar surface occurring at about the same time the earthquake-tsunami struck Asia assumes importance in our understanding of the tsunami phenomenon. Text of the paper presented by Mrs. Gayatri Devi Vasudev, Editor, M ODERN ASTROLOGY at the World Conference on Mundane Astrology organised by the Sanathana Dharma Charitable Trust at Visakhapatnam, October 2-4, 2010. 84

It is a clearly established fact solar activity and planetary alignments are connected. John Nelson*, a senior scientist with the Radio Corporation of America, who had been entrusted with the task of determining changes in solar activity found as far back as in the 1940’s that when Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn were in almost a straight line with the Sun or when they were at 900 angles from each other as seen from the Sun, solar activity increased. He also found that when the angles between these planets (as seen from the Sun) were 300, 600, 1200 or 1500 solar activity was low and conditions for radio reception and transmission were good. John Nelson, “Shortwave Radio Propogation Correlation with Planetary Position” RCA Review, March 1951. Before continuing with the solar activity angle, we would like to refer to the Mahabharata episode of Dwaraka being swallowed by the sea within seven days of Lord Krishna shedding his body. This also coincided with the dawn of Kali Yuga, a period that would see the erosion of Dharma, according to the Puranas. Apart from this scriptural angle, the time cycle that began now was called Kali Yuga, the cycle of Kali and was defined by the mean conjunction of all the planets at the First Point of Aries. This definition of Kali Yuga is given in the Surya Siddhanta and also by the great mathematician Aryabhata I. As students of astrology, we may note this conjunction would involve the major planets Saturn, Jupiter and Mars apart from the minor planets and the luminaries and it would be at the junctional point of the watery sign Pisces and the fiery sign Aries. Astrologically speaking, such a unique celestial event could have far reaching repercussions on terrestrial affairs. Seen in this light, the tragedy at Prabhasa and the sea rushing in and submerging the city of Dwarakapuri were nothing but the result of that rare ashtagraha kuta (8-planet AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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a conjunction) occurring in the First Point of Aries. The celestial event triggered powerful subterranean seismic activity in the Indian ocean in the region of the Arabian sea throwing up gigantic tidal waves that flooded the coastal city of Dwarakapuri submerging it under the sea. The description given in the Mahabharata clearly fits with that of a tsunami whose play is only a matter of minutes but the havoc it causes can be massive. In other words, Dwaraka went under the sea as a result of a tsunami and further, this would be the first recorded tsunami in the history of India.

A careful examination of this episode coinciding with the commencement of Kali Yuga provides the first astrological clues to the tsunami phenomenon. i)

There was a multi-planet conjunction at the junctional point of watery Pisces and fiery Aries. ii) Jupiter and Saturn were in conjunction. iii) It was a New Moon day. iv) There was a solar eclipse on that date. v) The watery sign Pisces was under planetary stimulation.

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Magni. Richter Scale

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Moon

Mars

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120 06' 49" 120 06' 49" 170 11' 03" Gemini Gemini Libra Aridra 120 22' 46" 120 22' 46" 180 22' 25" Sagittarius Sagittarius Capricorn Moola

Mercury

Jupiter

Venus

Saturn

230 36' 42" Leo

140 02' 36" Virgo

170 09' 14" Libra

00 41’ 45" Cancer

290 41' 13" Scorpio

100 09’11" Taurus

260 30' 06" Cancer

280 10' 57" Aries

3 31-12-1881 Anandaman Nicobar

8.1

2 26-6-1941 Andaman Nicobar

7.4

180 38' 40" 180 38' 40" 160 42' 40" Gemini Gemini Gemini Aridra

60 18’30" Sagittarius

40 39' 56" Taurus

190 15' 17" Scorpio

200 20' 18" Aries

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70 58' Gemini

170 46' Libra

230 22' Taurus

120 07' Libra

110 35' Libra

70 58' Gemini Aridra

230 34' Capricorn

* Catalog of Significant Earthquakes 2150 B.C to 1991 A.D. A careful study of the earthquakes* occurring in the Indian subcontinent in the last 120 years shows just 3 severe earthquakes of magnitude 7 and above on the Richter scale in the region of the Indian ocean and which have been known to have led to tsunamis striking Tamil Nadu and Andaman and Nicobar islands. The charts (geocentric) and the heliocentric positions (Table) of planets on these dates seem to confirm the clues identified in the Dwaraka tsunami. Chart 1: December 26, 2004 at 6h. 28m. at Sumatra (3 N 29, 75 E 77). Mo 5.48

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Su Sa

Sa (R) 2.54 Rasi

Navamsa

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Sun 12.07

Asc. Me

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Ke 6.09

Ju 24.11

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Chart 1 is for the quake that truck Sumatra but whose impact was felt nearly 2000 kms away from the epicenter as far as in Tamil Nadu and the Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Indian ocean. In the other two cases, the time not being known, the planetary positions are for 5h, 30m. on those dates. A careful examination of all these 3 charts shows some common features. Chart 2 : December 31, 1881 at 5h. 30m at 12N 10.92E 04 (Andaman Nicobar)

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Ma 13.25

Su Sa

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Navamsa Me Sa

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Ra 16.34

Mo

Ju Ra

Asc Su

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Mo Ju

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Navamsa Su Sa

Ma Ke

Ra 5.15

Saturn-Jupiter Nexus l A Saturn-Jupiter nexus appears absolutely necessary for a tsunami to hit the region about India. a) Chart 1: The December 26, 2004 tsunami had Saturn(R) at 20 54’ Cancer aspecting Jupiter at 240 11’ Virgo. b) Chart 2: The December 31, 1881 strike had Jupiter at 250 35’ in Aries and Saturn also in 86

Aries at 140 49’ in conjunction. Both had just turned retrograde. c) Chart 3: The June 26, 1941 earthquake that hit the Indian ocean region with a tsunami saw Jupiter at 150 24’ Taurus in conjunction with Saturn at 20 16’ Taurus. While this factor alone cannot be attributed a tsunamigenerating property, its recurrence in all the tsunamis AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a that have struck the Tamil Nadu region cannot be ignored. Watery Signs : In all of these cases, a watery sign, one or more, gets stimulated by one or more planetary factors. Watery signs are Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces. a) Chart 1: December 26, 2004 – Mars, Venus, Mercury are in watery Scorpio. Saturn is in watery Cancer. b) Chart 2: December 31, 1881 – Rahu is in watery Scorpio at 160 34’ in Vargottama. This sign gets stimulated further by Rahu occupying it in Navamsa also. c) Chart 3: June 26, 1941 – The watery sign Pisces in stimulated by Mars being in it with Ketu. Venus is in another watery sign Cancer. Mars and Venus l The Martian element appears to also have a say for Mars as bhumiputra can be said to share astrological affinity with the Earth or bhumi. a) Chart 1: December 16, 2004: Mars at 70 46’ Scorpio is in conjunction with Venus at 190 10’ Scorpio – Conjunction. b) Chart 2: December 31, 1881: Mars(R) at 130 25’ Gemini is aspected by Venus at 60 16’ Sagittarius – Mutual Aspect. c) Chart 3: June 26, 1941: Mars at 40 44’ Pisces is aspecting Venus at 00 27’ Cancer. Venus is just shifting out of Gemini but the aspect is present sign-wise, Mars’ 4th house aspect having ended just a few hours before this date. Heliocentric Positions : The heliocentric position of Mars could also have a stimulating or exciting effect on the earth, both Mars and the earth being genetically astrologically connected. Further, it is important to note the fact the orbit of the earth around the Sun lies between those of Venus (inner planet) and Mars (outer planet). According to Parasara,When the course of a planet is disturbed from the normal path (perturbation) owning to the force of attraction (gravitation) of the Sun, Moon and other planets, there is a shaking of the planet. When planets occupy certain juxtapositions, their resultant gravitational force could disturb not only the normal path of another planet but also its interiors. When this happens to the earth, it could produce a shift in the tectonic plates to which modern science attributes earthquakes. Science can only tell you earthquakes are caused by the shifting of tectonic plates but cannot convincingly explain why the plates shift in the first place. According to Newton’s First Law of Motion, every body continues in its state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Review external force. If that be so, what is that external force which disturbs the state of rest or of motion of the tectonic plates except the planetary gravitational pulls! The heliocentric positions of Mars and Venus at these major subterranean earthquakes resulting in tsunamis are interesting. a) Chart 1: December 16, 2004: Mars at 170 11’ 03" Libra Venus at 17 09’ 14" Libra. (Mars-Venus in conjunction) b) Chart 2: December 31, 1881: Mars at 160 41’ 40" Gemini Venus at 260 30’ 06" Scorpio (Though no direct aspect is seen between Mars and Venus, it may be noted Venus is in a Mars-ruled sign Scorpio or Mars is the sign-dispositor of Venus). c) Chart 3: June 26, 1941: Mars at 180 22’ 25" Capricorn Venus at 170 09’ 14" Cancer. (Mars-Venus in Mutual Aspect) Watery Nakshatras l The Nakshatra occupied by the Moon at these tsunamis reveals another factor. Varahamihira in his Brihat Samhita, Chapter XXXII classifies the 27 (+1) Nakshatras into 4 groups. Vayu circle – Wind circle Agni circle – Fire circle Indra’s circle – Lightning – Rain circle Varuna’s circle – Sea-Ocean – Watery circle. While Vayu and Agni circle Nakshatras may be taken as dry Nakshatras, those coming under Indra and Varuna can be deemed watery Nakshatras. 1) Wind or Vayu circle: Uttaraphalguni, Hasta, Chitta, Swati, Punarvasu, Mrigasira and Aswini. 2) Fire or Agni circle: Pushyami, Krittika, Visakha, Bharani, Makha, Purvabhadrapada and Purvaphalguni. 3) Indra or Water circle: Abhijit (21 0 27’ 34"), Sravana, Dhanista, Rohini, Jyeshta, Uttarashada and Anuradha. 4) Varuna or Water circle: Revati, Purvashadha, Aridra, Aslesha, Moola, Uttarabhadrapada and Satabhisha. According to Brihat Samhita (XXXII-22), “An earthquake of the Varuna circle is said to kill those that are dependent on the seas and rivers; and it will lead to excessive rains” apart from other results. In other words, these Nakshatras of the Varuna and Indra circles may be deemed to play a significant role in tsunamis and subterranean earthquakes. The Table of heliocentric positions for these 3 dates shows 87


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Ke 1.34 Ju 16.21

Ma Sa

Ra

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Su 6.57

Su

Navamsa Me Ke

Ra 1.34 Ve 13.26 Me 21.30

Sa 16.01

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Ve Mo

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No heliocentric Mars-Venus connection is present.

These factors can produce cyclonic storms and seismic activity on the Indian subcontinent and the Indian coastline but the absence of a Jupiter-Saturn connection rules out a tsunami of destructive magnitude hitting India in 2012. Mars, Saturn Mercury and Venus are in angles or at 900 from one another heliocentrically on December 21, 2012 (see Table). But this gets toned down by Jupiter’s trinal aspect on Mars. The intensity of solar activity going by John Nelson’s findings in this period is therefore greatly reduced and may not be as severe as anticipated by scientists. While the year 2012 will have its quota of natural calamities there will be no end of the world kind of destruction or havoc. Least of all, a tsunami of the magnitude of the December 2004 one on the Indian coastal lines 88

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Vaasthu is the only vedic science in which the role of our environment is well defined. The main aim of Vaasthu is to provide us a happy and healthy living place. It is the technique of creating a comfortable living place using all the materials available in nature , which facilitates the fulfillment of one’s karmic mission in any particular birth. The quality of the energy pattern around us depends directly on the balance and harmony between the environment and our place of living. Therefore, the energy of our house should be aligned properly with the habitat in which the it is constructed. A strict adherence to Vaasthu principles ensures this automatically as Vaasthu deals with the cosmic forces in the universe and their relation to the structure and surroundings in which man lives in. We all know – ‘ Health is Wealth’. ‘A sound mind in a sound body’ is essential for enjoying a long life span. Maintaining good health is thus very important. Only if one is possessing good health one can enjoy and relish his comforts in life. Otherwise, living itself would be a punishment than a pleasure and death is preferable to chronic suffering from serious or crippling ailments. The science of Vaasthu helps us in designing our living place properly and aligning it well with the environment around us and ensures a prosperous and healthy living . According to Vedic philosophy, all men and matter in the physical world are created out of the Pancha Bhutas.viz., Prithvi, Apa, Tejo, Vayu, akasha. The Physical body of human beings and all its physical activities are also governed by the Pancha Tatwas/ Panchabhutas through the ‘Pancha Koshas’ and the ‘Panchendriyas’. Each of these tatwas has a direct link to the Tridoshas i.e.,Vaata, Pitta and Kapha which ultimately govern the status of Health. In any location where vaasthu is applicable, the concept of panchatatwas/ Pancha bhutas and tridoshas is simultaneously applicable. By knowing the type of Vaasthu Dosha in a house and relating it to the tridosha that is affected, the effect on health can be easily understood. On the same lines, by effecting a change in the Vaasthu alignment in a place , a corresponding change can be expected to take place in the way it affects the health of all people who are living in that house . This principle was adopted and a technique of diagnosing the health problems that may be caused due to the Vaasthu defects in a house was developed by me as a research project for obtaining my Doctorate in Vaasthu. This method of diagnosing health problems through Vaasthu is briefly discussed in this article on Medical Vaasthu. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

2. ANALYSIS OF VAASTHU DEFECTS The first step is to identify the Vaasthu defects in the house. In my practice for over a decade, I have found the following three methods of detecting Vaasthu defects to be very effective . They are: i. The Tatwa-imbalance method ii. The Planetary-Rulership method iii. The Energy-attunement method Using all these methods together has been yielding 100% accuracy for me in predicting the problems faced by the inmates of a house. Let us discuss each of these methods briefly. i. The Tatwa-imbalance method: In this method, the relationship between the tatwa(s) naturally ruling a directional location and the tatwa(s) ruling the utility in the corresponding location in the house is found out and the result is assessed . As we all know, the four angular directions Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and Northwest are ruled by Water, Fire, Earth and Air respectively with the Ether interspersed in all four of them. At cardinal directions there exists a balance between the two tatwas ruling the adjoining angular directions on either side of it. Thus, East is harmonized by Water and Fire, South is harmonized by Fire and Earth, and West is harmonized by Earth and Air while North is harmonized by Air and Water. Also, each and every room/utility in a house is meant for a particular activity/purpose. Based on the purpose, the tatwa(s) predominantly ruling each of these utilities has been identified by me after a deep study . A representative list is given below for an easy 89


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4

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Earth + water

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Earth + Fire

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Fire

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Water

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Air+ water(-ve)

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Earth + Fire

After knowing the natural and utilitarian tatwas based on the above principles, their relation- ship is examined and conclusions are drawn based on the following points : 1.The presence of inimical tatwas at a point affects very seriously, causing strong negativities. 2.Affliction by friendly tawas cause manageable problems of general nature. 3.Imbalance caused by the influence of more than one tatwa causes mixed results and multiple problems. For example, the location of water in Southeast seriously affects the health of the lady of the house. While continuosly flowing water causes chronic diseases, stagnant water causes defects in the functioning of some vital organs like Lungs, uterus, etc. In this case, watery tatwa is inimical to Fire, the natural tatwa ruling southeast. This inimical relationship affects very seriously. Similarly, a staircase in Northeast causes some sort of anxiety due to children. In this case, Watery Northeast is contaminated by the Earthy staircase. The direction Northeast being ruled by Guru, signifying children, affects the portfolio of children. As the tatwas are friendly, the problem persists but may not be very serious. ii. The Planetary-Rulership method: This method is based on the planetary rulership of various directions. East is ruled by Sun, Southeast is ruled by Venus, South is ruled by Mars, Southwest is ruled by Rahu, West is ruled by Saturn, Northwest is ruled by Moon, North is ruled by Mercury and Northeast is ruled by Jupiter and Ketu. It is first identified whether a particular utility in a directional area in the house is in harmony with the natural significations of the planetary lord of the direction or not and then its effect is assessed. If the utility corresponds to the significations of the planetary lord, 90

then there will be no discord. Otherwise, it would result in problems. The seriousness depends on the scale of afflictions. If the number of afflictions is more, then the problem would be serious; otherwise, not. For example, North â&#x20AC;&#x201C; East is Ruled by Jupiter and Ketu. Jupiter signifies Divine grace, higher wisdom, Religiousness, Children,etc. Ketu is Moksha karaka. Hence, the Pooja Room activating Divine influence is to be located in Northeast. As Guru rules Akaasha Tatwa which engulfs all other tatwas within it, the location of Hall/Living room which is common to all family members can also be located in northeast. Thus, affliction to northeast would affect all the inmates or exclusively children depending upon the utility located in Northeast in that house. Similar examination is to be made in respect of all utilities in various locations in the house for a clear picture of the actual state of affairs prevailing in the house. iii. The Energy-attunement method: An essential feature of Vaasthu is to enhance the life-supporting solar and bio-magnetic energies emenating from East , North and Northeast and to block the harmful infra-red energy ruled by the Southwest quadrant. In this method, compliance to these core principle and alignment of different parts/ utilities in a house in resonance with the direction of flow of these energies are analysed and their effects are understood. In Vaasthu there are many ground rules for properly orienting the house to the energy of its environment. Let us examine some of these rules which are directly based on the influences of various energies available in our environment. For example , let us consider the rules for provision of different openings in the house like Doors, windows, etc. More windows are kept in East, Northeast and Northeast directions. No window is permitted in South, Southwest and West except in South of Southwest and West of Northwest. The Main door is oriented either to one of the naturally favorable directions like East or North or to the direction favourable to the owner based on his janma nakshatra /nama nakshatra. (Although there are three main conventions adopted in deciding the location of the main door, orienting it to East or North is acceptable in all schools of Vaasthu.) .Vidhisha plots are not considered to be favourable. Not only that. The slope of the land or the roof must be from west to East or from South to North. Otherwise, it must be sloping down from Southwest corner to Northeast corner. In either case, it must be a smooth gradient and stepped gradient is not preferred as they same would introduce unwanted additional corners which are deemed to be sources AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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a of negative energy. Even the thickness of walls and height of compound walls is regulated in Vaasthu. All these above mentioned rules are based on the simple reason that the Morning sun rays are good for our health. According to modern science, they carry vitamins. The ultra-violet rays received from northeast at sunrise are capable of killing the germs. But, the rays of sun become hotter and hotter as the day progresses and at mid-day its energy is at its peak. Afternoon sun rays are said to emit infra-red rays which are harmful to plant and animal life. Hence, afternoon sun rays are considered as harmful. Therefore, the house we construct should be designed in such a way that there are more windows, doors and all sources of ventilation in eastern side to let-in as much energy as possible during morning times and in order to shield the afternoon rays very less windows and more walls western side. Also, the Magentic energy of the earth originates from North and moves towards south. Hence, in order to maintain the bio-magentic flux in its natural form and to allow its free passage through the house more open space is left in North and more windows are kept in Northern side than on the south. Besides these, the requirement of off-set around the building , Formula for distribution of weight within the plot/ any room, Roads around the plot, Favourable shapes of plots and buildings, Vaasthu Vedhas, etc are all based on energy orientation requirements only.

panchatatwas pertaining to a particular location of the house. The defects caused by other types of improper alignments of materials, etc may or may not cause health problems although it may affect other areas of the lives of the inmates. That means all vaasthu defects will not cause health problems. For example, consider the effects of location of Kitchen in various directional areas in the house. •

Kitchen in Southeast is in tune with the fiery energy and hence is best suited there.

Its location in South dislocates the balance between the fiery and earthy tatwas in South. This imbalance increases the influence of fiery energy and hence the earthy element suffers to some extent. As fiery influence is already present in South, this imbalance does not create a total conflict. As a result it only causes some problems with respect to the male child of the house and it need not be health problem.

Kitchen, if located in Southwest, totally antagonizes the inimical earthy tatwa ruling southwest. Hence, it either causes serious health problems to the owner or fatalistic accidents and wounds.

Kitchen in West imbalances the harmony between Air and Earth. Air being a friendly tatwa to Fire, this mismatch does not cause health problems .But, the confluence of three different tatwas surely causes a conflict and creates other sorts of problems like misunderstanding between family members, especially with elders.

Kitchen in Northwest gets located in a friendly Airy tatwa and hence acceptable. But, in this case also, it has been observed that either all the in-mates in the house donot take their food simultaneously or there is some wasteful expenditure in the Kitchen.

Kitchen in North creates imbalance in the harmonized Air and Water. Air is friendly and water is inimical to fiery Kitchen. The confluence of three tawas creates sserious problems but only in profession and finance and not in health.

Kitchen in Northeast gets located in an inimical tatwa. Fire struggles to exist with its identity in the pool of water and ultimately gets neutralised. This compromises the fiery influence of the lady of the house as well as all children and creates problems in their health and growth.

Kitchen in East increases the fiery influence and imbalances the harmony between water and fire in east. As the involved tatwas are inimical in nature, it causes health problems to all the in mates besides seriously affecting the health of owner’s father. This may also cause

3.IDENTIFYING THE DEFECTS CAUSING HEALTH PROBLEMS All Vaasthu defects do not cause only health problems. According to Rajamarthanda, certain shapes of plot/ building themselves are potential enough to cause health problems. They are: 1. If wheel shaped (chakra), it causes poverty and death. 2. Eye disease is caused by a Kettle-drum (Panava) shaped plot/building. 3. Winnowing basket shaped one (Soorpaakara) causes serious diseases. 4. The shape of a Kumbha (pot) causes leprosy (Kushta roga). According to Ayurveda, the Vedic science dealing with Medicine, health defects are caused in human body due to the imbalance caused in the tridoshas viz., Vata, pitta and Kapha. On the same analogy, in vaasthu also, the defects involving imbalance in panchatatwas results in health problems to the inmates of the house. Thus, the main key for identifying health problems through Vaasthu is detecting the defects causing imbalance in the AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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As could be seen from the above, not all defects cause only health problems. The influence of other types of utilities has to be analysed on the above lines and their effects may be understood. It is my personal observation based on research and practical experience that the tatwa imbalance is the primary cause for creating health problems even in vaasthu. The physical world being formed out of Pancha tatwas, any artificial effort by man either to neutralise or supersede its influence in any location causes serious health defects. Hence, in every direction, this tatwa influence needs to be maintained properly and any utility should be in harmony with the tatwa(s)-energy ruling that direction. If there is any mismatch, then it causes health problems. Let us discuss another example to further illustrate this point. Southwest is ruled by Earth element. If utilities ruling inimical tawas are located there it would affect the health of the master. Hence, location of Kitchen or Toilet in Southwest is unacceptable. Besides, it is found by experience that location of underground water bodies like well, borewell, sump, septic tank, etc affect the health of the master simultaneously creating negative influence on his status as well. Although water is friendly to Earth, water in southwest affects the earthy Southwest because water is an universal solvent in which almost all earthy materials get dissolved and lose their originality. Also, if we analyse the dissolution cycle of the panchatatwas, we find that Earth dissolves in to water and loses its independent identity. Many cases in which such under ground water bodies were located in Southwest, it has been observed by me that the owner of the house invariably got affected with B.P. or heart related problems. On the contrary, if an Earthy utility like staircase or store room is located in Northeast corner ruled by Water, it only affects the other characteristics of Northeast like lack of growth, anxiety due to children, etc and does not affect the health of inmates. But, if northeast is afflicted with a toilet, it affects both the health of inmates and the other areas like lack of growth, problems to children, etc. This is because, the purity of positive water in Northeast is spoiled by the influence of negative water and inimical air ruling the toilet. Similarly, if a kitchen is located in Northeast, it affects the health of inmates, especially the lady of the house. Fiery kitchen affects the watery Northeast being an inimical tatwa. The lady of the house being the main occupant of kichen she gets affected most. This defect may also affect the health of all the inmates with one or the other problem in health. The influences in other directional areas have to be 92

analysed on similar lines and understood properly. 4. IDENTIFYING AS TO WHOSE HEALTH WILL BE AFFECTED: The person whose health is likely to be affected may be identified as follows: 1. So as to know the health problem or any physical deformity that may be caused to the owner of a house, the afflictions to a particular area in the house is to be first identified. Then, the body part(s) of Vaasthu purusha corresponding to the afflicted direction(s) is/are identified. According to the classics like Mayamata, there will be disease or deformity in the body part of the owner corresponding to the afflicted body part of the Vaasthu Purusha. This rule is found to be very useful in knowing the health of the owner only. 2. But in actuality, apart from the owner’s health other inmates also get health problems in the same house depending on the doshas. This point was seriously pondered over by me and based on my observations the following method has been devised by me to know as to whose health may be affected in a house. It has been observed by me that each direction in the Vassthu Mandala signifies a particular relationship to the owner of the house. The following chart, arrived at by me based on my personal research, indicates the relationship ruled by each directional area in a house: Direction

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Sun and Mars rule Pitta dosha or Biliousness caused

Moon and Venus rule Kapha dosha or coldness

Mercury rules all three Doshas i.e, Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas

Jupiter rules vata and pitta doshas

Saturn rules Vata dosha

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Fire tatwa causes Pitta Dosha

Water tatwa causes Kapha Dosha

Air tatwa causes Vata Dosha

Earth tatwa causes all three Doshas

Ether ( Akasha) tatwa causes Vata and Pitta Doshas.

Take for example the location of a small Sump in Southeast. The watery sump neutralizes the fire of the Southeast and creates cold or kapha related complaints in health. If the sump is a very big one, it may cause serious Kapha related health problems like Asthma, Bronchitis, Sinusitis, etc. On the same lines, other influences must be deduced. 6. IDENTIFYING THE POSSIBLE DISEASE(S) In order to identify the possible diseases that may afflict the people living in a house, a thorough knowledge of Ayurveda is also essential besides a sound exposure to Vedic Vaasthu and Astrology. Only with the knowledge of Vaasthu identifying the actual disease is almost impossible. Not only that. The detection of the actual disease is rendered difficult by the factors like multiplicity of AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

afflictions in a house, energy -inter -link between various utilities and various combinations that are possible by the location of different utilities in various directional areas in Vaasthu Mandala. When multiple influences are at work, it would be rather difficult to know only from Vaasthu as to whether a particular area is fully affected or not or whether a particular tatwa influence is totally neutralized or not. For example, consider a house with kitchen located in Southeast quadrant with a bath room situated exactly in Southeast corner along with a boiler for boiling hot water for bathing installed in Southeast corner of the bath room. In this case, fire and water are intermingled in Southeast and it is very difficult to decide whether it is very serious or not. The intuitive ability of the Vaasthu consultant plays a significant role in such cases. However, we would be able to identify the probable disease(s) that may affect the inmates of a house only by a careful and thorough synthesis all the related information such as the area of the room, volume of tatwa (Eg. HotWater in bathroom, waste water in toilet , etc) influencing/handled daily, who frequents that place, the affected direction and its ruling tatwa, the nature (humour) of the affected tatwa, the planetary ruler governing the afflicted area and its tatwa and humour, Relationships of various diseases to the three humours (tridoshas ), etc. Readers are requested to first acquaint themselves with the principles of Ayurveda before attempting this area . The technique of synthesis is illustrated in the following case study. 7. CASE STUDY 1. The plan of the house (an apartment) 2.Description: This is a double bed room apartment, facing west, with its main entry door located in West of Southwest. Both the bedrooms are on northern side and the master bedroom is located in Northwest. There is a bath cum toilet in Northeast. Kitchen is in Southeast but the lady faces south while cooking. Pooja room is in Southwest of kitchen and store is in northwest of kitchen. The Balcony extends fully from Northeast to Southeast. The Balcony in east was fully stacked with waste materials like Newspaper, broken furniture, etc. 3. Diagnosis of health problem: Step 01: Identifying the Vaasthu defects in the apartment As already discussed , this is done in the following 3 ways. a) The Tatwa Imbalance method : Fiery kitchen is located in the fiery quadrant (SE). 93


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of Yama, the lord of death. The Planet Kuja ruling south also signifies accidents, strength and energy, etc. The ladyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s energy and enthusiasm to work in Kitchen would be diminishing over a period of time as long as she continues to face south while cooking.. b) The Energy-attunement method: It is good that the balcony in east allows more of morning sunlight in to the house. It is good that South side is blocked by walls. North side bedrooms and Notheast toilet disturb the bio-magnetic energy of the house which is not good. The main entrance in West of Southwest not only causes leakage of energy but also allows in to the house the heat and light from west direction which is not good. The leakage of energy through Southwest weakens the material comforts of the inmates, especially the owner . Thus, the Bedrooms in North and Northwest and the living room in Southwest along with the main door in Southwest corner are disturbing the solar and bio-magnetic energy pattern of the house. Earthy master bedroom is located in the airy quadrant (NW). Toilet ruled by air and negative water is located in watery quadrant (NE). Second bedroom being used by son, signified by earth and fire, is located in harmonized air and water (N). The washbasin in exact Southeast corner of the kitchen adds negativity by neutralizing the fiery tatwa of kitchen. Pooja room (akasha tatwa) is located in South (fire+ earth) area.The hall/ living room in Southwest was having very less furniture. The plane mirror in north wall of the living room/hall was not only amplifying the emptiness of Southwest by reflecting back the lightenergy incident on it but also artificially extended that emptiness of the hall to Northwest area as well. As such, the whole of west portion of the house seemed to have become lighter than the other areas in the house. Thus, except kitchen all other rooms are located in areas ruled by opposite tatwas which is defective. b) The Planetary Rulership method: Waste materials are dumped in Eastern side. East is ruled by Sun who signifies health and growth among other things. As such, activities like bath (physical health), studying (mental heath) and dining (health and Growth of body) are acceptable in east. But, dumping waste materials in east is not acceptable. Waste materials signify negative earth tatwa. The earthy influence disturbs the balance between water and fire elements in East, causing health defects. Sukra the lord of Southeast rules the lady of the house and hence location of kitchen in Southeast is all right. But, the lady facing South while cooking is not acceptable because south is the direction 94

Step 02: Identifying the defects which cause health problems As already stated, those defects which are caused due to tatwa imbalance will be straight-away affecting the area of health and they are to be first noted separately. Then, each of the other defects noticed in step1 must be examined thoroughly linking them with the following: a) The significations of the planetary lord of the concerned direction. b) The characteristic influence of Ruling Deity (Dikpalaka) of the concerned direction. c) The flow of Solar and bio-magnetic energy flux in the house/plot. On such examination, if it is concluded that any of these defects is capable of causing health problems, then it should also be added to the list separately noted. In the instant case, the following defects will be causing health problems to the inmates due to tatwa imbalance: 1. Location of Toilet cum bath in Northeast 2. Location of Master bedroom in Northwest 3. Location of Second bedroom in North 4. Location of washbasin in Southeast corner 5. Dump of waste materials in East and East of Northeast. In addition, the following defects have also been identified above. Let us recapitulate them for purpose AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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In the kitchen, the lady is facing south while cooking. As the direction is ruled by YAMA the god of death and Planet Kuja which signifies accidents, it is also likely to add the health problem. The dumping of waste materials in East blocks the flow of solar energy in to the house. East being the direction signifying health and growth with Sun as the ruler, it adds to the health problem.

The other defects like location of mirror in the hall, Location of Pooja room in South, Leakage of energy through southwest, etc do not cause any negative impact on health.

fopkj xks"Bh Vastu latter will only suffer from minor difficulties . Step 04: Identifying the type of health problem (i.e., whether the problem is related to Vata, Pitta or Kapha) In the instant case, Toilet in Northeast, waste materials in East and the master bedroom in Northwest are primarily causing the health problems. The tatwa of toilet is Vayu and â&#x20AC;&#x201C;ve water predominantly. The waste materials are ruled by both Earth and Vayu. The location of Master bedroom is in Northwest which is ruled by Vayu . Hence, the health problem will be due to Vayu i.e., Vata related problems. Step 05: Identifying the possible disease(s)

Step 03:Identifying as to whose health is likely to be affected

As the problem is primarily Vata related, diseases like arthritis, joints-pain, lymphatic troubles, etc are possible.

The toilet in Northeast and waste dumped in East causes health problems to all persons living in this apartment. As the Bedrooms of the master is wrongly located and the lady of the house faces wrong direction while cooking in the kitchen both their health will be affected more than their sonsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; although the

It was confirmed by the client that both the couple had severe arthritis which was causing great difficulties in their mobility. Also, the lady was finding it very difficult even to stand for more than 20 minutes continuously in the kitchen while cooking food.

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Like how Ayurveda treats the health of the people, Vaasthu Shastra treats the health of structure. We can even say that “Vaasthu is Ayurveda” for the property or the building. Vaasthu Shastra teaches you how to create “HEAVEN ON EARTH” in your own home and office. Vaasthu Shastra is an ancient Vedic science like Ayurveda, and is related to architecture and interior design. It explains the universal laws of nature. Like how Ayurveda treats the health of the people, Vaasthu Shastra treats the health of structure. We can even say that “Vaasthu is Ayurveda” for the property or the building. Vaasthu Shastra teaches you how to create “HEAVEN ON EARTH” in your own home and office. In Vaasthu Shastra selection of site is very important. Any mistakes in selection of site the whole project will get into a problem. Then instead of getting good results, the people dwelling in the place will be getting devastating results. TRIDOSHAS OF PROPERTY : Vaasthu Shastra speaks more about Doshas in Bhoomi (site). There are many Doshas in Vaasthu Shastra. Out of which the three major important Doshas are as follows: 1. Bhoomi Dosha 2. Jala Dosha 3. Jana Dosha

Southern direction of the site, it gives bad results. Hence these sites to be avoided for construction. The water body in SE – Agneya, in NW – Vaayuvya, SW – Nairuthya, and in the center of South and West direction of the plot gives bad results to inmates / owner of the house, these sites should be avoided. The only auspicious Jala Sthana on the site is in the NORTH-EAST QUADRANT. There should be no kind of stagnated water bodies near the house as it causes, health hazards, mosquitoes menace, bad smell, pollutes ground water and pollutes open/tube Wells JANA DOSHA Doshas in Horoscopes 1. When the 4th Lord is posited in Dusthana. 2. When the 4th Lord is on Dusthana Adipathi’s Nakshatra. 3. When Dusthana Adipathi’s are posited in the 4th Bhava. 4. Aspect of Dusthana Adipathi’s on the 4th Bhava.

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5. Aspect or association of Dusthana Adipathi’s on the 4th Lord.

The properties which are near to:

6. Papakarthari Yoga to 4th Bhava or 4th Lord.

Church And Mosque, Kshudra Devatha Temple Forests Grave Yards, Crematoriums Mass murders, deaths on site Untimely deaths on site Near River, Sea or Ocean Snake pit on the site Near Kalyana Mantapa’s Near schools Near commercial complexes All these sites are to be avoided. JALA DOSHA : If any water body like river, sea, water tank, canal, etc., is situated in the Western or 96

7. When the 4th Bhava is Daghda Rashi. 8. When the 4th Lord is Ava Yogi. 9. When enemy Graha’s are posited in the 4th Bhava. 10. When 4th Lord is Neecha, Parama Neecha, or combusted. 11. When 4th Lord is at Graha Yudha. Whenever there is a major Dosha in the 4th Bhava of the native’s horoscope, then the native should avoid owning or investing on land, property, building, etc. Alternatively the native can invest in their family member’s name, like Mother, Father, siblings, spouse, or children. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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a ASTROLOGY AND VAASTHU SHASTRA Astrology is the base and life force of Vaasthu Shastra. Vaasthu Shastra cannot live without Astrological base but Astrology can survive without Vaasthu. •

When the native’s horoscope is beneficial and the native is living in a house of Vaasthu principles, it will act as an added advantage and it will double the benefits in the native’s life.

Whenever there is bad period in the native’s horoscope, but the native is living in a house with good Vaasthu, then the Vaasthu in the house will balance the bad effects.

Whenever there is good period in the native’s horoscope, but the native is living in a house with bad Vaasthu, then the horoscope will balance the bad effects.

Whenever there is a problem in the native’s horoscope and there are Vaasthu defects in the place the native is living in, then there will be devastating effect on life.

REMEDIES FOR VAASTHU DEFECTS There are many methods to remedy the Vaasthu Defects, they are namely: 1.Astrology 2.Vaasthu 3.Tantra 4.Yantra 5.Feng Shui 6.Numerology ASTROLOGICAL REMEDY FOR VAASTHU DEFECTS Astrology is used to find out: 1.The Runanubandha from horoscope. 2.To know the beneficial direction from the horoscope. Many remedial measures are given as per Astrology, to overcome the negative effects of the Vaasthu Doshas faced in the life of a person. Using Astrology we can perform: 1. Homa/Havana, 2. Ashta Digbandana,

the sick. Hydro- and hydrothermal therapy – traditional methods treatment – used treatment of disease and injury by many cultures. Water therapy has been around for centuries. Rome, China, Japan, and Native American healing systems used therapeutic baths. Vaasthu has employed the therapy for remove its defects – because it has an absorbing effect of negativities at home. • • • • • •

Water Body Bore well Under ground water Tank Fish pond Aquariums Fountains

Effects of water body in segment of: North-East: Prosperity to master, happiness, good education for children, gain respect, beneficial result in all respects because it is Jala Sthana. South-East: Loss of luxury, disharmony between husband and wife. Delay in marriage. North-West: Unhappiness to females, mental anxiety, frustration, chronic health problems to females. South-West: Health problem to master, losses, failures to master, chronic ailments to master, sometimes death even. PLANTS THERAPY Plantation of trees can make a big difference to our life, a barrier of shade giving, evergreens will be extremely effective. East:. It is auspicious to plant colourful flowering plants, grow an herbal or vegetable garden or grow a small indoor garden .South: Yama, the lord of both death and dharma (duty) is the ruler of South direction. It is auspicious to have heavier plants or tree in this direction like indoor palm or rubber plants or an umbrella tree in the South direction. North: It is auspicious to grow medicinal plants and fragrant plants like pansies, ginger, red pepper and a few select seasonal flowering plants in the North direction. West: It is auspicious to grow shade loving plants. General Tips for Plant therapy: •

Have fruit bearing trees along the South and West walls

Place Money plants inside the home.

3. Vaasthu Pooja / Vaasthu Bhali, 4. Yantra Stapanas, 5. Yantra Poojas

Place Creepers in the interior & exterior of the home.

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Do not place plants with thorns

1. Water therapy, 2. Plant therapy, 3. Flower therapy, 4. Mirror therapy, 5. Horseshoe therapy, 6. Agni therapy, 7. Yantra therapy, 8. Gem/crystals therapy, 9. Music therapy, 10. Mantra therapy, 11. Picture therapy, 12. Good deeds therapy,

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inside/outside the house. The number of Pipes should be: a) As per a person’s Lucky number. MANTRA THERAPY The Mantra is believed to help a person to achieve their goals, to attain an altered state of consciousness. Mantra can be used in Verbal, SemiVerbal, and Silent ways. Deities of the Lords of Fifth house & Ninth house in horoscope can be looked into which will indicate which deity to pray to for Upasana Mantra, Peeda Parihara Mantra or for Japa of Deities. PICTURES THERAPY Placing pictures of running water on West and South wall improves wealth. Pictures of a mountain, hills, small hillocks, which should show a water flow and should not have any stagnated water like pond or lake is to be hung on the West or Southern wall which is auspicious and brings good luck to the people in the house. Symbols of Om, Shree or Swastika should be placed in the house. GOOD DEEDS THERAPY Be Devotional, Worship God, give away charity (Dana), have Bhakthi, Shradda. Respect to Elders, Children, Father, Mother and Guru. Have Satwick meals. Get out of Ahankara and Self Cheating. You will be blessed with success even though Horoscope, Vaasthu (Dwelling house) are not favourable. Control Tongue, anger & restless thoughts. Abstain from complaints, criticizing and condemning. Do not hurt anyone’s feelings. CONCLUSION To conclude, living with Vaasthu Shastra is a must for peace, harmony, good health, growth and prosperity in our life, relationships, and careers. Please follow these steps beforehand: 1. Seek advice from an Astrologer before you invest in any property. 2. Plan and place the construction of the building as per the dictums of Vaasthu.

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3. Start the construction at an auspicious time by getting the best Muhurtha.

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5. Perform the Gruha Pravesha and necessary Pooja’s on auspicious Muhurtha for maximum benefits.

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4. Place the Main door, Pooja room door, and casting of roof on auspicious Muhurtha.

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The Importance of Vastushastra Suhas Dongre, Pune The state of the fourth house of a horoscope or question chart indicates ciearly whether or not a Vaastu proves beneficial to one, if it is then when and what degree of happiness will it confer on the owner. I f these charts are prepared in detail in the Krishnamurty Method the predictions can be extensive and more detailed. To understand the importance of a’hy science, one must consider both its positive and negative aspects. It is necessary to understand what advantages accure from a conformity with the science, and what disadvantages follow from going against it. My book affords plenty of information on both these aspects. The future of any Vaastu (including the nation, country, village, colony, factory, bungalow, house) is contained in it. It depends on the types of vibrations emanating from the Vaastu. There may by a difference of opinion as regards how the Guardian of the Vaastu or Vaastu Purush was created, but as regards the power of the Guardian there is no doubt. It is a natural law that the pure power derived from the five elements is transmuted into the Vaastu. It is a speciality of ancient Indian science that it gives the right guidelines in cases where modern science fails to find soluitions. The life-span and the future of the living beings inhabiting a Vaastu depend on the type and potency of the vibrations emanating from it. Why are the culture and religion of a country, town or house different from those of others ? Why does a country (like USSR) disintegrate, while another country (like Singapore) prospers and another country is forced to face constant strife and natural calamities ? The solutions to all these insoluble mysteries can be found in the Vaastus. What applies to the country applies to the town, house and office. The features of any envent are mostely derermined by the Vaastu. Many times we find that an alteration in the Vaastu leads to outstanding incidents in a short time, be they progressive or destructive in nature. The root cause of birth, death, marriage, happiness and sorrow may be in the Vaastu. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

The holocaust of the terrible atomic bombs which were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki during the World War 11, Soviet Russia’s disintegration, the dance of death owing to epidemics, famine and natural disasters in Africa, India’s periodic exigency to ask for loans form other countries, the undercurrent of political unrest and extremism which is boiling Pakistan, Saddam Hussain’s invasion of Kuwait, also comprises the six types of feeling : lust, rage, infatuation, arrogance, envy and avarice. Because of the various metals and chemicals in the earth, such as gold, iron, petrol, oil and coal, different qualities come into existence. Ancient history reveals how for aeons the old is being destroyed and the new created. And man appears for ever endeavouring to be on the path of progress. Vaastushastra - History, Epics, Many sages and saints and holy people have studied Vaastushastra deeply and have written many books on it. Well studied referances to Vaastushastra are found in the epics of Mastyaprana, Garudapurana, Agnipurana, and Vaayupurana. Likewise well reasoned thoughts are found in the Ramayana and Mahabharata, and works of Bhavabhooti, Kalidasa and other great poets. The city of Ayodhya was build by Manu, a practitioner of Vaastushastra. There the designs of houses, temples, tanks, gardens, community halls are all according to Vaastushastra. Even in the Roman empire different buildings were constructed following the dicatates of Vaastushastra. And the wonder is that there is so much similarity in the eastern and western concepts. Two pioneers hold the pride of place in VaastushastriThey are Vishwakarma and Maya. Some people call Vaastushastra Maya Vaastu. Its study and practice appear to be more widespread in South India. Many people have heard of the Maya Sabha in MahabharaGi and the epic took plance. The Kouravas

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Vastu and the Pandavas were consins and were extremenly strong, extremenly valiant and enormously brilliant personages. In order to destroy injustice and uphold truth, Lord Krishna conceived of an amazing strategy. After considerable study and secret confabulations with Maya, he had a hall constructed which was replete with all flaws but enchanting. This was the Maya Sabha. Krishna was an expert in Vaastushastra also just as he was a master of all the other science. He knew very well that if in the centre of any building a pool is constructed, the building will be destroyed along with all the inhabitants therein. When the valiant Duryodhana was invited to see this new hall, he mistook the central pool for land and fell into it. This amused Droupadi and she laughed. From here the story begins. One should deliberately avoid raiding a Vaastu, or taking advantage of the owner by cheating or grabbing a Vaastu by exploiting his helplessness. Though financially it may appear very attactive at that time, in the long run it is sure to recoil on one. Such Vaastu should be sold off as soon as possible. Vaastu Chart to Denote Lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Direction - A matter for Study The state of the fourth house of a horoscope or question chart indicates ciearly whether or not a Vaastu proves beneficial to one, if it is then when and what degree of happiness will it confer on the owner. I f these charts are prepared in detail in the Krishnamurty Method the predictions can be extensive and more detailed. I f we consider the house with which the planetary lord of the fourth house is closely associated, then the matter connected with the Vaastu becomes more and more clear. The planet will be connected with the 8th and loss house, and with the 8th house. For example, if the lord of the fourth house is in the melefic house or the lord of the malefic house is in the fourth house, then to get happiness from the Vaastu will cost a good deal of effort. Or when the dasha of the malefic hose is on, or the gochar planet is transiting backwards, numerous difficulties will have to be endured. One feels lost and no ray of hope is in sight. Darkness envelops everything. One no longer feels like living, and faint desires of suicide come to be felt Vaastu Questions chart There are many different methods of predicting the 100

a future according to question charts. It looks as if these methods are practised more in India than elsewhere in the world. Some methods are based on the moon and some on nakshatras. Other systems take into account the sun and moon or omens. Of all these the question chart is the most reliable. There are different ways of casting the questions chart. Some consult the almanac, take into account general conjuctions and cast the chart. In such cases when there is just one conjuction, or to be more precise, only a single ninth fraction if two persons come one after the other and ask similar questions, the answers will be the same. But in fact the answers may be different. A young lady and her lover asked their family astrologer separately about their love affair. He told the girl that she would fail in his quest. The reason was that the conjunction and the moon had changed. The funny thing was that the young lovers married each other. Some astrologers ask the inquirer to choose a number from one to twelve, or ask for any number and divide it by 12, and determine the conjunction and try to find out which is more powerful, the chart of the conjunction or the moon or the sun, and apply it to the question chart too. Obviously they earn a lot of money which indicates that their chart is very powefull. Some people get into a quandary about which chart to use : the chart of the time or the question, or the time of predicting or the time of the happening. (For example, if a girl has run away, the time of the flight.) In this matter too there is a lot of confusion among astrologers. After years of study and pondering, I have come to the final conclusion that neither the time of occurrence, nor the time of the question is important. What is important is the chart of the time of judgement. The late Mr. Krishnamurthy has done considerable reserch in this area. For several years I am experiencing astonishing proof of his method. I have a set of folded slips of paper each with a number from 1 to 249 written on it. With these it is possible to answer questions correctly. Answers to several questions as, regarding Vaastus have been fiundout absolutely .correct. We can answer such questions related to life problems. It is possible to check the accuracy of the chart and the mind of the inquirer. For, some people may wish only to test the efficacy of astrology. The Krishnamurthy and consideration of the 11th house and all malefic planets..But the answer is difinitely right. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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Influence of Planets & Chakras on Human Systems Dr. Prabhakar K. Kashyap, Bangalore

Our ancient Rishis have given us knowledge of Chakras. Just like the Sun being centre of Solar System, in our body, the centre portion is our heart signified by the Sun. Through Chakra related analysis of the horoscope an astrologer can precisely diagnose the health related problems in a particular area or region of the body. Which could be the source of the problem while the symptom may appear elsewhere. from none other than the only Divine Science that is The Divine Science of Astrology, considered as a branch Astrology. It is at this juncture that the influence of Veda, is given to the Mankind by great Sages like exercised by planets comes into picture. On the Maharshi Parashara, Jaimini, Varaha Mihira and many basis of Birth Charts erected its analysis gives a others. It has its strong foundation on the widely accepted transparent vision of one’s karma accumulated over fact that Planets do certainly exercise their influence past lives which is termed as ‘Sanchita Karma’. If on all phases of Human life. It may not be out of place one has performed good deeds in past life he will to mention here that the growing tendency amongst people enjoy the result in the present life; on the other hand, to approach Astrologers seeking guidance and more in case of evil deeds, one has to suffer accordingly. particularly remedies in the light of vicious circle of obstacles encountered in their day-to-day life is a testimony The nature of sufferings is varied. It differs from one of the popularity gained rather the necessity highlighted person to another. Rarely do we come across any by this great Science. The popularity gained by live person who declares that he is the happiest person. programmes on Astrology widely telecast in different Broadly we can categorise the sufferings into those channels needs no emphasis. Notwithstanding the fact arising out of Health disorders and secondly those that Astrology is not an exception to have critics too as it arising out of materialistic comforts. You will agree happens in any divine missions, the growing aspirants to with me that certain people inspite of having all learn this Subject year by year can be marked from the comforts and even luxuries remain unhappy either increasing number of faculties and different Institutions to because they have chronic ailments thereby not able spread this Divine knowledge across the country. to enjoy Or on the other hand, even if physically fit their family or even working environment may be It should therefore be our endeavour to give a serious miserable affecting mental plane thereby they will not thought to the subject of Astrology and create have an iota of inclination to enjoy their life. awareness amongst people. It is obvious that in order to achieve this every one of us should go in deep into Having known the pulse of one’s sufferings, naturally the subject with a research oriented mind so as to the question comes to our mind as to how an unearth the hidden secrets for the benefit of mankind. astrologer could guide and convince the clients in successfully dealing with the precarious situation and To start with, we should not forget that the very basis to come out of the vicious circle of sufferings. or foundation or root of Astrology is Karma Siddantha. What is this Karma Siddantha? The question therefore arises – how are we to assess the strength of any horoscope? Is it possible to have Karma Siddantha – Basis of Astrology any test check to know the level of one’s fate revealed The study of Human life reveals the probable in the chart? The answer is in the affirmative. The happenings in one’s life resulting in either a happy Sanchita Karma is mainly revealed from the 5th house and comfortable life or a struggled life. The life may and therefore it is called the house of Poorva Punya. be a boon to some one or a bane to another. Why is The ability or capability of an individual in facing the it so? The answer is simple; one’s present conditions constraints of course depends on three vital are attributed to one’s accumulated past deeds parameters viz. the Sun, the Moon and the Ascendant. undoubtedly. In other words, it is Sanchita Karma. We may therefore conclude that the foundation of If one goes a step further and try to ascertain any any chart lies in the strength of body, soul and mind tool to measure our past karma i.e. past deeds one of an individual. will be astounded to know that it could be obtained AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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Body, Soul and Mind concept An astrologer should at first sight assess the foundation of the horoscope. It is based on mainly on the Lagna signifying Body, the Sun signifying the Soul and more important the Moon called Manokaraka.

Mooladhara Chakra? Just like the Sun being centre of Solar System, in our body, the centre portion is our heart signified by the Sun. Similarly, as the Sun gives brightness to the Universe, the Eyes give brightness or vision.

It is a widely accepted fact that for the proper functioning of our activities, there should be a harmonious relation between these three vital parameters viz. the Body, the Mind and the Soul. The Body is akin to a mobile instrument, the Soul being its Sim card whereas the operator, its mind. Body should be fit and healthy to carry out any activity; while the Soul to boost one’s initiative and confidence and more important – the Mind should be strong and determined to successfully complete the task undertaken. It is like a driver to take us to the destination. The planets influencing these factors are the Atmakaraka Sun (Soul), the Manokaraka Moon (Mind) and finally the strength of the Ascendant governs the body. All these three factors are not independent but inter dependent. Any sort of affliction to the Sun, the Moon and the Ascendant affects the natives Soul strength, mental stability which coupled with afflicted lagna causes untold misery and sufferings.

Mooladhara chakra is related to organs below navel portion. In case the Sun is afflicted in any chart it is an indication of problems in the lower portion – like Constipation, Rectum problem etc. It is a well established fact in Medical field that the root cause of all diseases is constipation. When the toxins are not released from the body they cause diversified problems to one’s health. People having heart problems have to be utmost careful if they have constipation problem too. It is therefore the most important chakra deserving attention.

It is at this juncture, this Divine Science enters as a beacon light to guide us the path to overcome the sufferings. Undoubtedly, one can lessen the severity of the sufferings if not its eradication in Toto. How does it work? Towards this, I would like to discuss from a new dimension or outlook. That is the effectiveness of Chakras in our body and the influence of their rulers in other words controlling planets on Human System. I am sure every one of you will find it quite interesting and appropriate for implementation in the present environment. Chakras and Human System Our ancient Rishis have given us knowledge of Chakras in the form of a Sloka which reads as under: Aadhare Prathamam Sahasra Kiranam Taranathavam Swa Aashraye Maaheyam Manipurake Hridi Budham Kanthe Vachaspatim Bhroomadhye Bhrigunandanan Cha Dinamani putram trikootasthale Naadi Sandhishu Rahu Ketu Guluikan Nityam Smarami Ashraye According to this Sloka, all the Nine Planets in the Solar System exercise their role on different organs of the body. You may observe from the Sloka that the root of all Chakras is Mooladhara ruled by the Sun, the centre of Solar system controlling all other planets. Which are the organs controlled by 102

Next to Mooladhara Chakra lies Swadhishtana Chakra mainly controlling Kidney and private parts of the body. It is related to Watery element thereby ruling one’s emotions too. We are aware that it is the Moon, a watery planet who is responsible for tides in Sea on full moon day. Our body has more than 80% watery element. In view of this the influence of Moon on the functions of Human system is predominant. If Swadhishtana chakra is not functioning properly, native will have problems connected to filtration of blood and toxins, urinary problems, Semen counts, Uterus problems in females, menses problems etc. Needless to say how significant it is to ensure proper functioning of this chakra. The position of Moon in the chart determines the status of this chakra. The third chakra deserving our attention is Manipura Chakra. This chakra is ruled by the planet of energy that is Mars. The organs connected with this chakra are those located in the stomach region. Whatever food we consume they are first stored in the stomach. Later on, the food gets digested by digestive fire of Mars. We consider Mars as the planet of energy. None of us will be able to carry out any of the daily activities without energy. Who is the producer of energy? Energy will be produced only when the food is properly digested in the stomach region where after the waste products are sent out. If the digestive juices are not produced, it may cause ulcer, appendicitis etc.; on the other hand if required food intake is not there in time, the juices produced cause Gastric problems. On this analogy, it is possible to determine the status of Manipura chakra from the position of Mars. The fourth chakra in order is Anahata chakra controlling heart region. This chakra is ruled by Budha who signifies the entire nervous system in the body. It is the heart region where from blood is circulated to the entire body. Any blockage in the circulation damages the heart function. Variation in heart beats can also be accounted due to irregular function of this chakra. Anahata region extends to the back i.e. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


a spinal chord area also. Whenever Mercury is not placed well or afflicted in the chart, it gives an indication of problems in heart region or spinal chord. It extends to the chest, lungs also causing respiratory problems. The next chakra after Anahata is Vishudha chakra. Organs around throat region are ruled by Vishudha chakra. It is ruled by the most benefic planet Jupiter. As Jupiter signifies ether element (Akasha Tatwa), he represents sound associated with it. Although generally we consider Mercury as the significator for Speech, it may be noted that the sound emanates or originates in throat region. On this basis, Jupiter is rightly categorized as the significator for the source of speech. In Medical field the three organs viz. throat, ears and nose are inter connected by nerves and hence doctors specialize in ENT. Jupiter is the significator for ears also because they are the sound receiving organs. Whenever Anahata chakra is disturbed, obviously the concerned organs fail to function or become weak. Affliction to Jupiter indicates such a situation. The chakra located in between the Eye brows is called the Ajna Chakra ruled by Venus. It is from this focal point the nerves are connected to all parts of the body. As we are aware, all Saints, Yogis concentrate on this chakra during meditation. It has an upward direction. It elevates the spiritual seeker to Self realization. In fact the six chakras from Mooladhara to Ajna are called Shatchakras in the body. The Seventh one named Sahasrara chakra is not linked to any of the other chakras. As this chakra regulates the nerve centres, obstruction to its function may cause nervous disorders. Whichever part of the body does not get proper connection to Ajna chakra, that part becomes weak. For example, paralysis, numbness are caused by non-functioning of this chakra. The last chakra is Sahasrara chakra located in the head region. Any individual activating his energy to this level will be a Yogi. Ordinarily, it is difficult to attain this position. It is the Saturn who rules this chakra. Sani is known as the significator for Central nervous system located in the head region. It is therefore said that any serious injury to the skull portion may endanger one’s life. Sani is also a philosophical planet. We have so far seen how the different organs of the body are controlled by the chakras located in their respective region and also the planets ruling those chakras. Of the Navagrahas (9 planets), the Seven chakras are ruled by Seven planets other than nodes or shadow planets. Even the shadow planets Rahu and Ketu are not less significant in influencing Human systems. As expressed in the Sloka – Naadi Sandhishu Rahu Ketu Gulikan – meaning all the joints in the body are ruled by these planets. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Medical Astrology The significance of chakras lies in the fact that the weakness and affliction of planets in any chart clearly depicts the problems related to specific chakras. Doctors diagnose the disease based on laboratory report. For astrologers, chakra methodology serves as lab report through the horoscope. This is helpful in suggesting remedial measures by treatment to the affected chakras. It may not be out of place to mention that at times native may have symptoms of some disease where as the chart indicates affliction to Chakras pertaining to different region. One need not become panicky. If the analysis is perfect, one can certainly declare that although symptoms of disease appear else where, the root cause of disease based on chakras is perfect. Remedies based on Chakra analysis Having come to know the importance of Chakra analysis in identifying the diseases in a particular region of the body, we shall now proceed to examine the ways and means to give treatment to overcome the affected chakras. Activation of the chakra is of paramount importance. What we should remember at this stage is not the treatment exactly to the affected chakra as apparent from the chart but to the one below that chakra. To clarify, suppose the Vishddha chakra is not functioning properly, then the one below that i.e. Anahata should be activated. It is based on the simple reasoning that the first 6 chakras are interrelated. In other words, the activation at one level elevates energy to the next higher chakra. Affliction to the first three chakras viz. Mooladhara, Swadhishtana and Manipura makes the living unhappy or below average. Atleast where a person is at Manipura and above will be able to elevate his energy for a fruitful living. Chanting of the Sloka given above on Chakras regularly besides regular meditation concentrating on all chakras in a systematic way helps one to activate the chakras gradually; it also serves as propitiation to Navagrahas. Colour Theraphy is quite useful in giving treatment to chakras. The Seven Chakras discussed above are connected to seven colors popularly termed as VIBGYOR – indicating Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange and Red signifying the colors of the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn respectively. Based on the analysis of the chart, if a particular planet is afflicted, we may suggest the colour theraphy suitable to that planet; When any of the chakras is found to be disturbed and not functioning, we have to check if the energy is produced or not in the chakra; Secondly, if the energy is produced and being passed on to the next higher chakra. In the latter case, remedy lies in 103


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position of lagna controller in Nodal axis is not a favourable feature; • The Lagnadhipathi Venus of course is well posited in his bosom friend’s house in Trikona to Lagna afflicted by malefic Mars. Its star dispositor is also the Sun who is afflicted as seen already. However, the positional strength of Lagna Lord protects the native; • No planets are posited in lagna but it is aspected by Mars from Roga sthana. Mars is owning both 2nd and 7th maraka houses. There is no influence of any benefics to the lagna bhava; hence the native will be influenced by the maraka effects of Mars.

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Analysis of the Chart: : In chart analysis, we have to give first prominence to the analysis of Lagna as it represents the native. The success or failure of an individual depends on the strength of lagna. More strong the lagna is, more potentiality the native will be in all his endeavours in life and success is assured. Whenever the lagna and lagnadhipathi are weak or afflicted by malefics and connected to Dusthanas or afflicted, it indicates failure or Success after hurdles depending upon the extent of affliction. Matters connected with diseases are indicated on the strength of 6th house and the Rashis as reckoned from Natural Zodiac i.e. Kalapurusha. Affliction Rashis indicate the problems connected to the organs such Rashis denote. After analysis of Lagna Bhava and the Rogasthana, we have to go ahead with the status of Chakras in the body. Affliction to any planet indicates that the deficiency in the functioning of the Chakra it signifies. On this basis, we shall be able to predict the source of the disease than merely the symptom.

• On the whole, it can be said that due to afflicted Karaka the Sun with moderate strength of Lagna shows health related problems to the native; but the native is able to overcome due to the positional strength of Lagna lord – in strongest Trikona 9th house. Earthy element’s predominance is also a relieving factor. Analysis of Roga bhava • It may be seen that the lagnadhipathi Venus himself owns the 6th house lordship too. Such a condition shows that the native is also responsible for his health problems. It is quite possible that such natives do not take proper care and do not follow proper life style leading to one or the other health problems at a later stage’ • Roga bhava is occupied by the dire malefic Saturn who has become more harmful as Avayogi to this native. Like adding fuel to the fire, he is vakri too making him more damaging; • Roga bhava is aspected by the lord of Venom Rahu strongly posited in Dasama Kendra in own Star. • There is aspect of Ashtamadhipathi Jupiter also on Roga bhava which indicates chronic or long ailments. • To sum up, the Roga bhava is afflicted by Strong Malefics Saturn and Rahu besides affliction by 8th lord Jupiter. It indicates that the native will be suffering from health related problems quite often and will be chronic too.

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• The native is born in Vrishabha lagna signifying Earthy element. Natives born in this lagna with predominance of earthy element shows practical ability and sustenance power;

We have already discussed how the chakras are related to the Human System and that how the afflicted chakras are going to cause health problems. As the different chakras from Mooladhara to Sahasrara are controlled by planets, it is quite easy for us to pin point the health related problems based on affliction to the respective planets.

• The controller of Lagna i.e. Nakshatra lord of lagna sphuta is the Sun. The Sun is also significator of Lagna bhava as well as Arogya karaka. It can be seen that the Sun is severely afflicted due to deep conjunction with Rahu, planet of venom. The 104

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a in the body. • The Sun: The Sun controls Mooladhara chakra. In this chart, the Sun is posited in Dasama Kendra from Lagna with digbala. He is Janma Yogi also. Despite this, his position is alarming due to deep conjunction with the planet of venom Rahu. It is further posited in Rahu star. Rahu being placed in own star is quite strong in causing damage to the Sun. In fact, both the Sun and Rahu are in the same degree. The Sun’s affliction coupled with its position in nodal axis indicates the problems in Mooladhara chakra. Improper functioning of Mooladhara chakra indicates Constipation problem, rectum problem, non-releasing of toxins in the body and such other related organs in the lower portion. • The Moon: The Moon controls the Swadhishtana chakra. It may be seen that the Moon is in its debilitated Sign Scorpio and in Ashtama bhava to lagna. It is on Jyesta star ruled by Mercury. Even Mercury is afflicted due to combustion with Sun and close conjunction with the planet of venom Rahu. The worst part is that the karaka for diseases and misery Saturn labeled withAyayogi and Retrogration has afflicted Moon by its 3rd aspect that too from Rogasthana. Thus, the Moon does not have Rasi bala and Sthana bala besides affliction by dire malefic Saturn. It goes without saying that Swadhisthana chakra is undoubtedly damaged causing weakness of the Urinary bladder, non expulsion of toxins and problems of other related organs in the lower abdomen. • Mars: Mars controls Manipura chakra in the body. Mars is posited in 7th, the maraka sthana in Swathi nakshatra ruled by the planet of venom Rahu and is aspected too by Rahu. It is hemmed between Avayogi and dire enemy Saturn on the one side and Neecha, afflicted Moon on the other. Here again affliction to Mars by Rahu certainly damages the functioning of Manipura chakra which relate to stomach region. In other words, it affects the digestive system in the body as Mars is a fiery planet and his affliction only affects the production of digestive juices in the body. Organs related to abdomen region get affected. • Mercury: In the ladder of chakras, Mercury controls the Anahata chakra located in the chest region. It may be observed that Mercury though posited in Kendra identical with friendly house, it has become weak and afflicted due to combustion with Sun. Additionally, it is closely conjunct with the Venom planet Rahu. Such a situation has affected the functioning of Anahata chakra ruled by Mercury. The native therefore suffers from chest congestion, respiratory problems and other related ailments. • Jupiter: Jupiter controls the Vishuddha chakra located in the throat region. Jupiter signifies Akasha tatwa and thus the sound produced the throat region. It is also responsible for the functioning of ears and AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh Medical Astrology nose as they are inter-connected. Jupiter in the chart is afflicted by Malefic, Avayogi and Retrograde Saturn directly by 7th aspect. Such an affliction to Jupiter indicates functioning of organs related to Visudha chakra; • Venus: Venus controls the Ajna chakra located between eye brows. It controls the entire nerves in the body. In the chart, Venus as Lagna lord is well posited in Trikona sthana without any conjunction of malefic. Although aspect of Mars is there, it will not affect much due to distance in degrees. It may be concluded that Ajna chakra is not affected much; • Saturn: In the Sapta chakras, the highest one is Sahasrara chakra controlled by Saturn. It is the central nervous system in the body. In the chart, of all the planets, Saturn is most afflicted as he is in retrograde motion, secondly, he is Avayogi; thirdly it is afflicted by aspect of Ashtamadhipathi Jupiter; fourthly it is posited in Hasta nakshatra ruled by Neecha and afflicted Moon; and finally such an afflicted and AY Saturn is posited in Rogasthana. It is crystal clear as to how much it has caused damage to the functioning of Sahasrara chakra. Summary of Chakra analysis: From the analysis of functioning of various chakras in the body, we have come to know that the native’s chakras from Mooladhara followed by Swadhishtana, Manipura and Anahata are most afflicted. The energy which is supposed to elevate to the higher ladder from one chakra to the higher chakra level is in fact going in the reverse direction to the lower level. In view of this, the native will be suffering from one or the other health problem related to these chakras due to their improper functioning. It means that the native will have basically digestion problems, urinary bladder related problems, chest congestion, respiratory problem, non release of toxins etc. For activation of functioning of any chakra the lower one to that must be activated first. As all the four chakras from Mooladhara onwards are afflicted, primarily Mooladhara chakra should be corrected. Affliction to these chakras only indicate that the energy is moving in the bottom direction instead of elevating and that the native’s energy is going out unnecessarily through Mooladhara chakra. Conclusion : From the above discussion on chakra related analysis of horoscopes we have seen that it is possible to precisely diagnose the health related problems in a particular area or region of the body which could be the source of the problem while the symptom may appear elsewhere. In the absence of proper diagnosis, treatment however good it may be will not be of any avail. In this direction, chakra system may be regarded as a unique system in Predictive Astrology. 105


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Astrology and Diagnosis of Diseases Dr. Sandeep V. Binorkar, Anand

Astrology is an ancient science of predicting the course of human destiny with the help of indications deduced from the positions and movements of planets. In ancient India, it was supposed that a Physician should know the Principles of Astrology and the effects of planets on human being, the diseases it can produce, its duration and fatality. In Ayurveda also there is an unexplained relation between particular Tithi, Nakshatra etc indicating the manifestation of a disease and its seriousness. Present paper will deal with some basic principles of Astrology, zodiac signs, and some Yogas of planets which can help a physician to clinch the diagnosis and will also help in the selection of better treatment modality. Destiny is relentlessly incontrovertible and is virtual governor of every facet of human life. No one from a beggar to king can escape its mandate. A beggar becomes king and a king becomes a wreck, a pundit becomes a fool and a fool becomes a Pundit under its unfathomable pranks. Astrology plays an important role in our life. Most bookstores have many books on the subject, nearly every newspaper has an astrology column and one can get your horoscope through the Internet, but what is the precise definition of Astrology? Astrology is an ancient science of predicting the course of human destiny with the help of indications deduced from the positions and movements of heavenly bodies. In other words Astrology is the study of real or supposed relationship between the heavens and the people on the earth. Astrologers believe that the entire universe is the manifestation of ‘Divine will’ and hence is subject to interpretation. So Astrology is ‘God’s words on mans sojourn on this planet.’ It can be best summarized as by saying ‘as above, so below. In ancient days all doctors were expected to know Astrology and its relation to disease, - what disease will be produced under different planetary conditions, the duration of such disease and whether or not they will prove fatal. “A Physician cannot safely administer medicine if he is unacquainted with Astrology” said Hippocrates who is known as the ‘Father of Medicine’. Even in Ayurvedic literature, there is an unexplained relation between the several diseases, poisoning, its prognosis and planetary positions. [2] Man’s own deeds or Karma finds manifestation in Physical, Mental and spiritual planes. The resultant of evil Karma on Physical as well as Mental plane is disease. Modern investigations and 106

researches in various branches of science including medicine have been useful for the betterment of humanity as a whole. Yet there is something hidden which cannot be perceived by stethoscopes, X-ray or any other modern equipment, in such cases Astrology may assure fruitful results. Following are the basic terms which is frequently used in the field of Astrology– 1. Horoscope / Birth Chart: The Map of the Hour at a particular moment or at the time of birth. 2. Sun Sign: The sign or Constellation against which the sun appears to rise on the day of birth. 3. Ascendant or Rising sign (Lagna): The sign at the time of Birth of an individual. The sunrise point itself is called as the Ascendant. It is the mind and general approach to the life. If the first house is afflicted, it is surely the results of the past Karmas. Classification of Astrology: Roughly, Astrology can be classified as1. Natal Astrology: Analyzing individual character and predicting his future. 2. Mundane Astrology: Deals with universal phenomenon, natural calamities etc. 3. Horary Astrology: Assumptions based on the horoscope of a given moment and its significance. Following are the 12 zodiac constellations with its specific duration according to English calendar. 1. Aries 2. Taurus 3. Gemini 4. Cancer 5. Leo

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And there are 9 major planets, according to Astrology, which produces a major influence on human life 1. Sun 2. Venus 3. Moon 4. Saturn 5. Mars 6. Rahu 7. Mercury 8. Ketu 9. Jupiter The common characters of each zodiac sign, ruling organs and commonly found pathological manifestations are as follows1. Aries: Aries are Impulsive in nature; Inability to listen others is one more character of this sign. Do not always finish what they set out to do. Aries rules the brain and nerve centres, carotid arteries internally, and externally the cranium, jaw and facial bones. Aries is subject to all kinds of head complaints like sinusitis, headaches, tooth and gum afflictions, baldness and are prone to accident or injuries to the head and face. As a sign of this celestial association, many Aries individuals are born with a birth mark on their head or face. 2. Taurus: It is the second zodiac sign, which is having strong desire for security, either it is physical or mental. Externally, Taurus rules the throat, neck, ears and lower jaw. Internally, it rules the thyroid gland, pharynx, larynx, jugular vein, tonsils, Eustachian tubes, cervical ganglia and carotid arteries. Pathological manifestations found in Taurus are Tonsillitis, Laryngitis, Stiff Neck, ear and throat problems, stroke & lymphatic stasis of neck. 3. Gemini: This is the Third Zodiac Sign. Often it is said that these .Perennial teenagers. As they looks younger than what their actual age is Talkative, Moody, Music lovers are their qualities. Externally, Gemini rules the shoulders and upper arms, internally, the breath, nerve fibers, thymus gland and lungs, trachea and bronchi. Geminiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are subjected to Structural deformity of the clavicle, scapula and humorous. There is always a chance that they may suffer from two Diseases at the same time. Respiratory problems are also common in them. 4. Cancer: the Crab, fourth sign of the tropical zodiac. Cancerian people are very complex, at certain times AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

appearing to have the strength of a hero and at other times displaying the weakness of a child. This is because they react emotionally to everything they experience in life. Externally, it rules the breasts, epigastric region and the elbows. Internally, it rules the stomach, digestive organs, and upper lobe of the liver, thoracic duct, pancreas, blood serum and womb. The entire act of digestion with peristalsis and chymification is ruled by Cancer. Indigestion, stomach ulcer, flatulence, jaundice and liver torpidity and mammary affections are common. They should take precaution against lymphatic stasis. Emotional disorders such as depression, hypochondria and hysteria are also common. 5. Leo: fifth sign of the tropical zodiac. Person belonging to this sign may be self-centred. Internally, Leo rules the heart, spinal cord, liver metabolism, spleen, pulmonary arteries and aorta, superior and inferior vena cava. Externally, the Lion governs the back and forearm, while structurally, the twelve dorsal vertebrae. Leo is most vulnerable to suffer from Acute Myocardial Infarction, Palpitations, Pericarditis, and Rheumatic Heart Disease. It may also develop various kinds of eye diseases. 6. Virgo: This is sixth sign of the tropical zodiac. Person belonging to this sign shows intellectual, critical and analytical approach to life. Virgo is with an irresistible urge to improve everything and everyone (whether they need it or not!). Their world is subject to microscopic analysis and they become engrossed in trivialities leading to worry and ill-health. Internally, Virgo rules the abdominal region, large and small intestines, spleen, solar plexus, lower lobes of the liver, pancreas, portal veins and has some influence on the generative organs. Externally, it rules the umbilicus, hands and nails. Structurally, it rules the carpal bones. The sign Virgo is prone to diseases of ovary, and Uterus. Complaints of kidney stones, Nephritis are also common among them. 7. Libra: the seventh sign of the tropical zodiac. They tend to be hard workers, especially after the age of thirty. Inability to make firm decisions, especially under pressure is their major drawback. Libra rules the excretory functions through the kidneys and skin. Externally it rules the lumbar region, buttocks, adrenals and vasomotor system. Pathological manifestations found in Libra are Kidney disease, Uraemia, Polyuria, renal calculi and oedema and low back pain. 8. Scorpio: This is the eighth sign of the tropical zodiac. Externally, Scorpio rules the nose and nasal bones, the pubic area and genital organs. Internally, it rules the gonads, hemoglobin, bladder, prostate, descending colon, sigmoid flexure and rectum. It has influence over the vocal cords and larynx. Disease of 107


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direction. The twelve houses of a horoscope: 1. Life (Personality) 2. Wealth 3. Bro/Sis 4. Inheritance 5. Children 6. Sickness 7. Marriage (Spouse) 8. Death (Place) 9. Luck/Business 10. Honour 11. Prosperity (Income) 12. Enemies All these planets have various angular relationships. This is called as the vision or the aspect of that planet Opposition, Trine, Square and Sextile etc. According to Astrology diseases can be classified as 1. Inherent: where the diseases are due to the afflictions in the birth chart. Inherent diseases are considered as the result of the previous Karmas. 2. Active: Diseases are produced with every evil transit of the planet which makes the Ascendant weak. Some Yogas (Combinations of Planets) which can produce malefic effects on Ascendant are described here. Kalasarpa Yoga : When all the planets are accumulated at one side of Rahu and Ketu where Rahu is situated in Ascendant and Ketu in the 7th house is called as Kalasarpa Yoga. Kalasarpa Yoga may form in 12 different ways such as Takshak Kalasarpa Yoga, Vasuki Kalasarpa Yoga, Padma Kalasarpa Yoga etc. This yoga is having malefic effects in all the sense like Physical as well as psychological properties of a person. One may suffer from several diseases under its influence. Partial Kalasarpa Yoga may form when Moon steps out from the above picture to the left side. In such condition, the effect will be somewhat reduced. Visha Yoga: When debilitated planet is present in the third house and enemy planet watching the planet in the enemy zodiac sign Visha Yoga is formed. In the above chart Sun is afflicted by Saturn and Mars. Unmad Yoga: When Sun is Present in Ascendant & Mars in seventh House or If Saturn is in Ascendant and Mars in 5th/ 7th/9th house, it forms Visha Yoga. Person under the influence is more prone to poisoning. It may be either Homicidal or suicidal in nature. Kushtha Yoga: When all the Evil Planets except lord of Ascendant are in Ascendant. In the above case Saturn Rahu and Mars all the evil planets are present in Ascendant while the lord of the ascendant i.e. Sun is present in 5th house. This formas Kushtha Yoga, AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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Ultimate cure of all sufferingsSun light/rays Acharya Punit Vora, Mumbai

Sun is easily accessible to all. Through the sun rays many ailments could be cured. This is an amazing system of cure in Ayurved. It is famous not only in India but all over the world. In ancient Rome this system was very popular and it was called Heliotherapy and Chromopathy. The capital of Italy, Rome is a very ancient city. The foundation of the city was laid by the god Romulas who lives in the mountain of Peletain. It is on his name that the city gets its title Rome. According to the famous physician of Rome, Dr. Tilani in ancient Rome there was no physician for almost 600 years. The reason was that there was no need of a physician. The ancient people of Rome used sun rays, exercises and fresh air and water to keep themselves hale and hearty. In those days Rome was a very powerful kingdom. According to the natural physician Dr. Remson The nature has gifted us with so many boons to keep the body healthy and for attaining to longevity. But we have forgotten these divine natural boons and we keep consuming poisonous medicines with so many side effects. By using medicines we not only waste money rather also ruin our health further. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t we need to reflect upon this? In the Roman language Helio means sun and therapy means a system of cure. In ancient Rome Heliotherapy or rays of the sun and their various colours were used to remedy several diseases and ailments. The use of colours for cure is called Chromopathy. Chromo means colour and pathy means system of cure. All things are coloured. The stars and planets too emit certain colours. When the animals and birds in the wild get ill they imbibe sun rays early in the morning in order to cure themselves. Through sun bathing one can effect a cure without having to resort to medicines. But the unfortunate thing is that today humans are failing to benefit from this science. Sun rays have many colours which make the air pure and destroy the microbes present in the atmosphere and the water. This goes on naturally and all by itself. The ancient Rishis used to worship the sun and realised that sun rays could help one regain lost 110

health. Through the sun rays even chronic and old ailments could be cured permanently. In the most ancient of texts, the Vedas there are verses dedicated to the sun. Worship of the sun was very popular in those times. The Gayatri Mantra that appears in the Vedas is a prayer to the sun god. In this Mantra a worshipper prays to sun to bestow intelligence. The Mantra is also called Savita Mantra that means Mantra of sun. In Rigved it is said Riju Marteshu Drijinaa Cha Pashchan. i.e. The sun is a witness to all good and bad actions of humans, In the ancient times people used to take oath with sun as a witness. They then used to fear committing any sins. The sun has been called the soul of the living as well as the non living world. It is said - Soorya Aatmaa Jagatast- asthushashcha In Rigved it is said Noonam Sooryenn Prasootaa Ayannarthaani Krinnavannpaansi i.e. It is sun that wakes one up from sleep. It is due to the sun that all can work and are active. Rigved also states - All living beings of the creation depend on the sun. The sun removes physical, mental and spiritual weaknesses and makes one healthy and long lived. For ailments of the heart, eyes, jaundice, leprosy and weak mind sun could be helpful. Atharvaved states that there are seven names of the sun which represent the seven rays of the sun. One of the names of sun is Sapt Rashmi or seven rays. The Rishis in the ancient times did deep research and Sadhanas and revealed that the sun has seven rays. The theory of the wheel of seven colours propounded by Newton has been borrowed from the Vedas. According to modern science if the seven colours namely violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red are painted on a wheel and if the wheel is then rotated fast then one gets to see the white colour. This is why we see that the sun is white. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012


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of all ailments. According to the expert in this field Dr. Levit water from a red bottle energises the body. Such water also removes ailments of the skin.

Following are the gains of sun ray therapy.

Water from yellow bottle cures constipation and urinary disorders.

1. Where sun rays are allowed to fall there cannot be any ailment.

Water from blue bottle cures chronic skin diseases better than even potassium permagnate.

2. The sun rays are free of side effects. By the use of sun rays in fact the body could be made active and healthy and one could enjoy life to the full.

Water from orange bottle increases the appetite.

Describing the benefits of sun bathing and the effect of the various colours of the sun rays it is said -

Water from indigo bottle makes blood pure and cures disorders of blood and liver.

Sooryataapah vinaashakah.

Water from violet bottle cures ailments of nerves.

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Water from green bottle cures ailments of eyes, influenza and Syphilis.

Following is the experience of some experts regarding this therapy. 1. If a patient suffering from small pox is made to lie in a red room and made to drink water from red bottle he becomes cured in a few days.

Kafpittodbhavaan Rogaan Vaatrogaanst-theiv cha.

2. If one suffers from paralysis then too one should be put in a red room and made to drink red bottle water.

Tatsevanaanaro Jitva Jeevechch Sharadaam Shatam.

3. For hay-fever and for weak mind never use colour red or the person shall become more ill.

i.e. The heat from the sun increases perspiration and removes all ailments. It also enhances body power and enthusiasm. It removes all imbalances of the three humours namely Vaat (air), Pitt (bile) and Kaf (cough). It also cures leprosy, fever, pain and weakness. Through sun ray therapy a person could attain victory over all diseases and become long lived. One can increase energy in the body and live to an age of hundred.

4. For those suffering from cold, liver disorders, constipation, jaundice, kidney trouble, bronchitis, pneumonia and disorders of the digestive tract water from yellow bottles should be used and one should be made to live in a yellow room.

From the sun rays one gets vital life energy or Praann and also heat both of which make the body healthy and long lived. The sun rays are also instrumental in producing the ozone gas which protects the earth from harmful ultraviolet rays. Ozone increases the body power and makes the blood pure. It also makes the heart strong and the bones powerful.

5. For retardness of brain keep the person in a blue room and make him drink water from a blue bottle. 6. By keeping a person in a green room and by making him drink water from green bottle eye trouble could be cured and the mind made more sharp.

In ancient Rome there used to be many solariums where sun ray therapy was done to remove ailments. Following is the method of sun ray therapy. Bring pure water of the rain or of a mountain stream and fill it in bottles of various colours. Close the mouth of the bottle and seal with clay. Then place the bottles in sun. After two or three days the effect is produced in the water and the water becomes miraculous. It has the property of removing ailments. Make the patient drink a bit of the water daily and soon he would be free AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

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Jyotisha in Srimad Ramayana Kowtha Lalith Manohar, Secunderabad Introduction: Bharat is the sacred Karma Bhoomi and Punya Bhoomi endowed with the majestic Himalayas, Vindhya Range of mountains, forests like Naimisaranya, Dandakaranya and other places, and holy rivers like Ganga, Yamuna, Narmada, Godavari, Krishna and Kaveri flowing through the length and breadth of the country. Brahmarishis and Maharishis born in this land have handed down an invaluable legacy and wisdom through various classical texts. The Vedas are the basis for our Sanatana Dharma. These Vedas were identified by Sri Veda Vyasa and passed on to his disciples. There are six Angaas (limbs) to this divine knowledge. Jyotisha Shastra is one of them. The traditional Vidyaas of our country are classified as 18. For those who cannot read the Vedas, the Itihasas and Puranas are a boon. Srimad Ramayana is the Adi Kaavya, the first treatise authored by sage Valmiki as per the instructions of the creator under the guidance of sage Narada. The life of Sri Rama, the Maryaada Purushottama, is vividly described in this treatise. There are plenty of references to Jyotisha Shastra in Ramayana. Ramayana consists of seven kandas (chapters). In every kanda we find references to Planets, Muhurthas Vaastu and a variety of other information useful in the day-to-day life. I will narrate a few of them here as they came to my mind. 1) BAALA KAANDA In the first chapter – Balakanda, we have the reference to the birth of Sri Rama and his three brothers. Here Valmiki narrated thus:

Kousalya delivered Sri Rama, the Universal God, in Punarvasu star in “Karkata Lagna” with Jupiter (exalted) with Moon, Sun, Mars, Venus and Saturn also being exalted. Bharatha was born in the star Pushyami in Meena Lagna. The twins Laxmana and Shatrughna were born in the star Aslesha in Karkata Lagna on the next day”. The practitioners of astrology can draw the chart and have an in-depth study. The marriage of Sri Rama and his brothers was performed in Uttara Phalguni star. King Janaka tells the sages Vasistha and Viswamitra as follows: uttare divase brahman phalgunee bhyaam maneeshinah vaivaahikam prasamsanthi bhago yatra prajaapathih|| (72nd Canto; 14) “Uttara Phalguni star is tomorrow. This star is proclaimed as very auspicious for marriage by the learned”. Marrying four children of the same parentage in the same Lagna and at the same venue is prohibited. That being so, how did the marriage of Sri Rama and his three brothers on the same day is justified? Though the father is the same person, the mothers are different. So the above prohibitory rule did not apply in the case of Rama and Bharatha. But Laxmana and Shatrughna had the same mother. In this case though the Lagna is same, the Navamsa Lagna is different. Hence this is acceptable. This clarification is available in the commentaries on Ramayana which have discussed these aspects elaborately with reference to other connected texts.

TATASCHA DWAADASE MAASE CHAITRE NAAVAMIKE THIDHOU | NAKSHATRE ADITHI DAIVATYE SVOCCHA SAMSTHESHU PANCHASU || GRAHESHU KARKATE LAGNE VAAKPATAVINDUNA SAHA | PRODYAMAANE JAGANNADHAM SARVALOKA NAMASKRUTHAM|| KAUSALYAA JANAYAD RAAMAM SARVA LAKSHANA SAMYUTAM | PUSHYE JAATASTHU BHARATHO MEENALAGNE PRASANNADHEEH | SAARPE JAATHOUTHU SOWMITREE KULEERE BHYUDITHE RAVOU || (18th Canto; 8 to 10 and 14)

“Tomorrow will be Pushyami star, very auspicious for the coronation of Sri Rama as the prince. Please make arrangements for same.”

“After 12 months queen Kousalya gave birth to Sri Rama in the month of Chaitra on Shukla Navami day.

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After reaching the forest, Laxmana constructs the hermitage for the trio to live in. Here Sri Rama tells Laxmana:

SANIRGHAATHAA DIVOLKAACHA PATATHEEHA MAHASWANAA||

KARTAVYAM VAASTHU SAMANAM SOUMITRE CHIRAJEEVIBHIH (56th Canto: 22)

AVASTHABDHAM CHA ME RAMA NAKSHATRAM DAARUNAIHGRAHAIH

“Oh Soumitri! One has to propitiate the Vaastu devatas in the new premises to have a long and happy life”.

AAVEDAYANTHI DAIVAGNAAH SURYAANGARAKA RAAHUBHIH||

We spend enormous amounts in constructing big buildings. We should be equally careful to see that the required rituals are performed.

PRAAYENAHI NIMITHAA NAAMEEDRUSAANAM SAMUDBHAVE| RAAJA HI MRUTYUMAAPNOTHI GHORAAMVAA PADAMRUCCHATHI|| (4th Canto; 17 to 19) ADYA CHANDRO BHYUPAGATAHA PUSHYAATPOORVAM PUNARVASOO| SVAH PUSHYAYOGAM NIYATHAM VAKSHYANTHE DAIVACHINTAKAH|| (4th Canto: 21) “Rama! I am getting frightening dreams. I have seen meteors falling with a thunderous sound. Oh Rama! my birth star is occupied with the planets Surya, Kuja and Rahu. The Daivagnas state that when such omens appear and malefics occupy the birth star as stated above, normally, the king will either die or face a dangerous situation. Today the moon has risen in the Punarvasu star. Tomorrow will be Pushyami which is specific for this auspicious function as per the Daivagnas. Hence you get ready for the coronation and observe the required rituals”. Here we find references to evil dreams and conjunction of Malefics and auspicious occasions. The astrologers are referred to as “Daivagnas” and “Daivachintakaas”. So a good astrologer is one who constantly studies the planetary movements and the welfare of the person who approaches him. When Sri Rama was asked to go to the forests and Laxmana gets furious, Sri Rama pacifies him in different ways. SUKHA DUKHE BHAYA KRODHOU LABHAA LAABHOU BHAVAA BHAVOU| YATCHA KINCHITTADHAA BHOOTAM NANU DAIVASYA KARMA THATH|| (22nd Canto: 22) “Happiness and grief, peace and anger, profit and loss, smooth-sailing and mistakes - all these happen as per praarabdha. One has to understand the secret of this and conduct himself to make one’s life happy and peaceful”. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology l Jan.-Mar. 2012

3) AARANYA KAANDA Valmiki describes the event of Ravana taking away Janaki as “BUDHAH KHE ROHINEEMIVA”. This statement has got a very deep meaning. We should try to analyse and understand the same. We find in this chapter some startling points. A bird (Jatayu) tells Sri Rama about Muhurtha, a demon Kabandha, after being killed becomes a divine personality and advises Sri Rama as to what one should do when he is going through a bad (dasa) period. YENAYAATHI MUHOORTHENA SEETAAMAADAAYA RAVANAH| VIPRANASTHAM DHANAM TATSWAAMEE PRATIPADYATHE

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MAYENA SAAKSHADIVA NIRMITHAANI | MAHEETALE SARVA GUNOTHARAANI DADARSA LANKADHIPATEH GRUHAANI || (5th Canto: 3 and 4) “Hanuman has seen the magnificent palaces of Ravana brimming with prosperity. These buildings are absolutely bereft of any Vaastu defects. They appeared as if they were built by Maya himself in accordance with Vaastu Shastra”. Here the reference to Maya, the author of Vaastu Shastra is to be noted. This implies that the Vaastu Shastra was there even before Ramayana period. At the first sight of Sita in Ashoka Vana, Hanuman was moved and exclaims as under: MAANYA GURU VINEETHASYA LAXMANASYA GURU PRIYAA | YADI SEETHAPI DUKHAARTHAA KALO HI DURATHIKRAMAH || (16th Canto: 3) Here the sage describes “Sita as the most venerable lady and the consort of the Guru of Laxmana who is an ardent disciple of his Guru (Rama). If such a lady is afflicted by grief we have to note that time is insurmountable.” The statement “Kaalo hi Durathi kramah” appears for nearly more than 50 times in this treatise. The sage is drawing the attention of the readers to the undisputed fact that “KAALA” is insurmountable. One has to bow down before the “KAALA PURUSHA”. One’s wisdom lies in identifying the auspicious and inauspicious segments of time and act in a wise manner taking guidance from the Shaastras and Gurus.

“Staying here, I am able to see Janaki and Ravana. The sorrowing Sita is kept in Lanka and is being guarded by female demons. You will be able to find her, the daughter of Janaka there. We have the golden eyes that can see things that are miles away.”

The narration of her dream by Trijata to the female demons is very interesting to analyse for those who are conscious of swapnas (dreams) and have an interest to read Swapna Shastra.

Here we should note that even birds have divine vision by virtue of the penance done by them. Sampathi is definite about what it said. Daivagnas with the background of penance and knowledge of Jyotisha Shastra will be able to give amazing predictions.

In this chapter we find that the muhurtha for starting from Kishkindha to Lanka for the battle has been fixed by Sri Rama.

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We find references to Vaastu Shastra in this chapter. Hanuman sees the layout of Lanka and the magnificent palaces of Ravana. Valmiki describes this as follows:

YUKTHO MUHOORTHO VIJAYAH PRAAPTO MADHYAM DIVAAKARAH

GRIHAANI NAANAVASU RAAJITHAANI DEVAASURAISCHAAPI SUPOOJITHAANI | SARVAISCHA DOSHAIH PARIVARJITHAANI KAPIRDADARSA SWABALAARJITHAANI || TAANI PRAYATNAABHI SAMAA HITAANI

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Conclusion: This highlights the fact that even Rama, the divinity personified, had to undergo trials and tribulations due to Kaala mahima. No body could be an exception.

After the death of Indrajit, the grief-stricken Ravana, in a fit of anger heads to kill Sita. At that time, his minister by name Suparsva stops him and advises him to fight with Rama and gain victory. He advises Rama as under:

From the above we find that Kaala (times) is very powerful. It has no friends or enemies. It goes on doing its work. This can be put under check to some extent with divine help and guidance of a Satguru. Constant and pointed devotion to the Supreme is the only way to get the divine help. Jyotisha Shastra is as old as Vedas. It is a divine science. It helps us like a torch light in darkness. This should not be misused. The Jataka Chakra enlightens one about the cumulative effect of his/ her past Karma. This science is closely knitted with Karma Siddhantha. The result of Punya karma (righteous deeds) will be peace and happiness and the result of Paapa karma (unrighteous deeds) will be grief and misery. So one has to be very careful in his/ her actions. One should take the guidance from our Shastras and proper Gurus before swinging into any action.

ABHYUTHAANAM TVAMADYAIVA KRISHNAPAKSHA CHATURDASEEM KRITVAA NIRYAAHYAMAAVAASYAAM VIJAYAAYA BALAIRVRUTAH || (92nd Canto: 66) “You get the army ready today, the chaturdasi day of Krishna Paksha. Tomorrow is Amaavasya when you should go to fight Rama to gain victory”. Amaavasya is good for demons and bad for others. Hence Rama finds it very difficult to kill Ravana. He was tired. At that time sage Agastya appears before Rama and gives the upadesha of AADITYA HRIDAYAM. He advises him to repeat it three times with pointed devotion and that he will kill Ravana now. That was meticulously followed by Sri Rama and Ravana was conquered. Righteousness prevailed over evil.

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Let us all take the help of this divine science and shape our future. Let noble thoughts come to everyone of us from all directions. May the supreme shower his blessings on everyone in this universe to enable them lead a righteous life thereby bringing peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone.

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dsoy Kku dk Hkkj <ksus dk dksbZ egRo ughaA egRo gS Kku ds izk;ksfxd fu:i.k dk] tkuus vkSj ekuus esa varj gS Js;Ldj gSA ge igys tkusa fQj ekusAa izk.kh txr esa O;fDr loZJ"s B izk.kh blfy, dgykrk gS fd mlesa foosd ,oa laons uk dk xq.k gS nqfu;k dk gj O;fDr thou esa lq[k&le`f) ekufld 'kkafr vkSj dke;kch dh Åaph mM+ku dh bPNk djrk gSA okLrq'kkL= O;fDr ds vkpkj] fopkj] in] lEeku o vkfFkZd fLFkfr;ksa dks Hkh izHkkfor djrk gSA tks okLrq'kkL= pqca dh; izokgks]a ok;q] lw;Z dh ÅtkZ vkfn ij vkèkkfjr gSA bu ikap ewy rRoksa ds lgh lfEeJ.k ls gh ck;ksbySfDVªd ,uthZ dh mRifÙk gksrh gS tks O;fDr dks thou esa lQyrk dh Åaph mM+ku ij ys tkrh gSA bathfu;j jke ctkt us dgk gS & cM+s lius] cM+s fopkj] cM+k fo'okl] cM+k y{;] cM+k QSlyk gh cM+h dke;kch dk vkdkj r; djrk gSA ;kn j[kks fd lQy O;fDr lqijeSu ugha gksrk u gh mlds ikl dksbZ tknqbZ 'kfDr gksrh gSA lQy O;fDr gekjs rqEgkjs tSls lk/kkj.k O;fDr gksrs gSa ijarq QdZ vius vki ij fo'okl vkSj viuh {kerkvksa ij fo'oklA volj rqEgkjs ?kj dk njoktk [kV[kVkus ugha vk;sxk cfYd rqEgsa voljksa dk njoktk [kV[kVkuk gksxkA lQyrk dh Åaph mM+ku ds fy, vPNh f'k{kk] Kku fujarj v/;;u t:jh gS mlds fy, fuEu okLrq ds mik; gaS& 1- dk;Z djrs le; ;FkklaHko czã eqgrw Z esa iwoZ ;k mÙkj fn'kk dh vksj eq[k djsAa 2- dk;Z Vscy ij fijkfeM ,twd's ku Vkoj] XykscA Åapk mM+us okys i{kh dk fp= j[ksAa 3- dk;Z d{k ds xsV dh ihB dk v/;;u uk djsAa 4- lw;Z dh ÅtkZ dk Hkjiwj ykHk feyrk jgsA 5- dk;Z lhV che] ijNrh] xkMZj ds chp u gksA 6- dk;Z d{k esa gYdk ihyk@uhyk jax djsAa 7- dk;Z d{k esa vuko';d lkeku uk j[ksa LVksj uk cuk;sA 118

8- dk;Z d{k esa izjs .kknk;d fp=@;a= yxk,aA 9- Qsx a lwbZ ds vuqlkj lkr ?kafV;ksa okyh iou ?kaVh vè;;u d{k ds if'pe {ks= esa yxk,aA 10- uksVl cqd@fdrkcsa ges'kk [kqyh uk j[ksAa 11- dk;Z d{k esa ea=@laxr dh dSlVs ctk;sA n`f"Vdks.k ¼lksp½ gh O;fDr dks NksVk ;k cM+k cukrh gSA 1- gekjh izFke t:jr gS ldkjkRed n`f"V gksukA 2- dk;Z 'kh?kz 'kq: djsa VkyeVksyh dk vknr uk cuk;sAa 3- lR; dks xyr <ax ls is'k uk djsAa 4- [kqn dks ,d bZekunkj O;fDr cuk;sAa 5- lPpkbZ o bZekunkjh dks viuk;sAa 6- y{; cuk;s y{; ij dk;Z djsAa 7- tks O;fDr dke 'kq: djrs gSa oks gh izfr;ksfxrk esa nkSM+ dh vafre ykbZu ij igqp a rk gSA 8- vkRefo'okl vkSj LokfHkeku txk,aA 9- udkjkRed lksp dks uk iuius nsa ldkjkRed lksp dks thou esa iSnk djsa ;g vkidks thou dh lQyrk dh Åaph mM+ku ij ys tk;sxhA

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