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All India Federation of Astrologers' Societies

A RESEARCH JOURNAL A OF ASTROLOGY Volume : 9 No. : 3

July-September 2012

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

Review Agastya : The Star of Rains ..................................... 12 Dr. Suresh Chandra Mishra My Studies on Kaulaka (Shastamsa) .................... 14 G.K. Goel, Delhi Chara Karaka Scheme - No Longer a Mystery ...... 30 Buddhike Sri Harsha Indrasena A Revisit to Ashtakavarga ....................................... 33 Er. O.D. Mande How a Palmist can Help a Person to take Control ....... 36 M.K. Chattopadhyay Magic Through Mirror .............................................. 39 Pt. Gopal Sharma Feng Shui and Bathrooms with Vaastu Fusion ...... 41 Sanjay Gupta

Research Use of Samghatika Nakshatra in predicting Marriage .................................................. 23 Kalpana Tiwari

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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 (Andhra Pradesh) 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 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 • Sh. Tilak Raj Shakti Future Point 4, Harphool Singh Building, Subzi Mandi, Clock Tower Roshnara Road, Delhi-110007 Ph : 011- 23829114, Mob : 09811551168 Email: mail@shaktifuturepoint.com Web.: www.shaktifuturepoint.com Delhi Chapter-IV • Sh. Harish Kumar Malik Jai Guru Jyotish Sansthan 1/9533, Street No.-2, Partap Pura, West Rohtash Nagar, Shahadara Delhi - 110032 Mob : 09871408417 Email: harishmalik76@gmail.com Delhi Chapter-V • Sh. Sevaram Jaipuriya Institute of Vastu and Joyful Living B-292, Sarswati Vihar, Delhi-110034 Ph: 011-27030966/67, 65169566, 27020736 Mob: 9810100533, 9971688133 Email: ptgopal@yahoo.com Web:www.panditgopalsharma.com

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a Delhi Chapter-VI • Er. Anil Kumar Jain Astro Sciences Research Organisation (Regd.) Salwan Public School, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi-110060 Ph: 011-23388789, Mob: 09810999050 Email: anilusha2000@yahoo.com Delhi Chapter-VII • Ach. Vinay Singal Vaastu Shree Acaddemy 15, Inder Enclave, Rohtak Road, New Delhi - 110087 Ph : 011-32962651, Mob. 09310355224 Email: niceraja40@yahoo.com W eb: www.vastushree.com Delhi Chapter-VIII • Smt. Sudha Singhal Vedic Jyotish Sanstha Sangh J-669, Gali No. 3, 3½ Pusta, Kartar Nagar, Delhi-110053 Ph : 011-22942832, 22946467 Mob : 9015634199, 9811159613 Email : sudhasinghalchapter8@gmail.com Delhi Chapter-X • Acharya Rajender Chawdhary Jyotish Aradhna, Institute of Astrology &Vastu A-771, Shashtri Nagar, Delhi Phone : 9810906914, 9818150352 Email : rajenderchawdhary@gmail.com Gurgaon Chapter • Sh. Satya Prakash Gaur Nakshatra Niketan Jagdamba Palace, Adj. Jay Cinema, Old Railway Road, Gurgaon (Haryana) Ph : 0124-2332761, Mob : 09313033117 Email : nakshatraniketan@ymail.com Palam Vihar Chapter • Pt. Ashok Kumar Sharma Institute of Vastu Astrology & Gemology B-22, 2nd Floor, Palam Vyapar Kendra, Palam Vihar, Gurgaon (Haryana)-122017 Ph : 0124-4073863, 64, 65, Mob : 09971743292 Email:id-info@i-vag.com, Web.:www.i-vag.com Ghaziabad Chapter • Sh. Sukhvinder Singh Saransh Jyotish 30/1, Lal Quarter, Lohia Nagar, Ghaziabad-201001(U.P.) Mob : 09811067209 Noida Chapter • Smt. Meena Godiyal Divya Gyan, F-119, Sector- 22, Noida, UP Ph.: 0120-4356839, Mob.:09811621839 Email:meenagodiyal@gmail.com Faridabad Chapter • Smt. Nidhi Agarwal Bhavishya Gyan Jyotish Kendra H.No. 1566, Sector-7E, Faridabad-121006 (Haryana) Ph : 0129-4061258, 4061256 Mob : 09871449996

GUJARAT Ahmedabad Chapter • Sh. Jaidev R Prabhu Academy of Vedic Astrology 3, Tagore Park, Nehru Nagar Circle, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad-380015 (Gujarat) Ph.: 079-26744273, Mob: 09824256624 Email: srswamy24@yahoo.com Gandhi Nagar Chapter • Sh. Dinesh Bhai P Bhatt Sadashiva Academy of Astrology 473, Adarsh Nagar Society Sector-24, Gandhi Nagar (Gujarat) Phone: 079 - 23228988 Jam Nagar Chapter • Nilesh Lalitchandra Vyas Ved Chakshu Jyotish Shiksha Kendra 101- Chaitanya Complex, Near Khambhaj Gate, Opp. Arya Samaj School Jam Nagar- 361001 (Gujrat) Ph. 0288-2663108 Mob : 09426471108, 9924228533 email : jyotishnileshvyas@yahoo.com Surat Chapter • Sh. H. B. Joshi Bhaskara Bureau of Vedic Astrology 10/1774, Popawala Street Soni Falia, Surat (Gujarat) Ph : 0261-2599066, Mob.09427474796 Email : hjoshi_astrovastu@radiffmail.com GOA Goa Chapter • Sh. Sudarshan V. Deshpande Shree Datta Krupa Astrology Res. Centre Plot No. 251, Amona, Ferry Road, Devlay, Candola, Goa-403107 Mob: 09764004315 Email: svd02@yahoo.co.in HARYANA Ambala Chapter • Shri Ramesh Malhotra Divine Astro Vision 1634/11, Mahavir Nagar, Ambala City-134002 Mob : 09416499840, 07696118000 Email : divineastrovision@yahoo.com divineastrovision@gmail.com 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

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

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

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a Betul Chapter • Pt. Hirendra Shukla Sidhidaatri J yotish Paramarsh Avam Anusandhan Kendra Company Garden, Aryapura, Teekari, Betul, MP-460001 Ph : 9826559115, 9425002065 Email : astro.hirendrashukla@rediffmail.com Chhindwara Chapter • Shri Rajnish Acharya Bhavishya Darshan 176, Panchsheel Nagar, State Bank Colony Chhindwara (M.P.)-480001 Ph. : 07162-243871, Mob : 09425146518 Email: rajnish.acharyaji@gmail.com Damoh Chapter • Shri Rajan Prasad Patel Sidhi Vinayak Jyotish Kendra House No. -14, Professor Colony Near Devi Mandir, Damoh, M.P. Mob : 09300694736, 08109442751 Email:astro.rppatel@gmail.com Gwalior Chapter • Shri L. M. Chaturvedi 8, New Vivekanand Colony, University Road, Gwalior (M.P.) Ph. : 0751-2344957, Mob: 07597647068, 09425462516 Email:lmchaturvedi@yahoo.com Indore Chapter-II • Er. Akhilesh Jain Aloukik Vastu Jyotish Anu. Sansthan 82, Vidya Nagar, Sapana Sangeeta, Inodre (M.P.) Ph:0731-4066871, Mob : 09826016534 Email:aloukikurja@yahoo.co.in Web.: www.astrourja.com Indore Chapter-III • Er. Atul Garg College of Astrology & Vastu 31, Khatipura, Inside Aziz Mansion, Indore - 452007 (M.P.) Ph.: 0731 - 2535187 Indore Chapter-IV • Ms. Vedica Srivastav Vedica Astrology Centre "Rigved" 10 Vaikunthdham Colony, Anand Bazar, Indore Mob. : 09827080111 Email: vedica.shrivastav@gmail.com W eb.: www.shopastro.com

ORISSA Barahampur Chapter • Shri Gopi Nath Mahapatra Shri Purushottam Jyotish Evam Vastu Shodh Sansthan, Gandhi Nagar-1 Lane Distt-Ganjam, Barahampur (Orissa) Ph : 0680-2224695, Mob : 09437076699 PUNJAB Amritsar Chapter • Mr. Jishnu Gupta Amritsar Inst. of Ast. Sciences & Res. Centre C/o - Shri R.K. Gupta SCF-18C, C Block Market, Ranjeet Avenue Near Eldo Rado Restaurant, Amritsar (Pb.) Ph. : 0183-2502970, Mob.09815902970 email : rkguptaastrologer@gmail.com Chandigarh Chapter • Dr. Amar Agrawal A.A.R.C. Instt. of Ast. & Allied Sciences H.No.650, Sector-25, Panchkula-134111 Mo : 09888288888, 09814002574 Email: amar1145@gmail.com Chandigarh Chapter • Shri Rajesh Garg Divine Astro Vision 2523, Sector-37C Chandigarh-160036 Ph. 9888607407, 7696118000, 7307401008 Email: divineastrovision@gmail.com divineastrovision@yahoo.com Hoshiarpur Chapter • Shri Raj Paul Sharma Vastu & Jyotish Shiksha Kendra EP-151, Saidan Gate, Jalandhar City Mob. 09780269400, 09888212553 Email: sharma_pix@rediffmail.com Jalandhar Chapter • Shri Somnath Gopal Jyotish Shiksha Evam Anusandhan Kendra C/o Bhartiya Gopal Model High School, Gopal Nagar Railway Road, Nakodar, Jalandhar (Pb.) Ph. : 01821-221787, Mob. 09872133518 Jalandhar Chapter-I • Smt. Bhagwati Kalia House No. D-4, Staff Quarters Doordarshan Colony, Mahavir Marg, Jalandhar Mob : 9463763682 Email : pawan_kalia@rediffmail.com

Indore Chapter-V • Mr. Devendra Singh Khushwaha Shop No. 8, 1st Floor, Sterling Power, Near Apollow Tower, M.G. Road, Indore- 452020, M.P. Mob : 09826406476, 09993722250 Email:dev.astrology12@gmail.com web : www.devastro.com

Ludhiana Chapter • Dr. Jagdamba Prasad Gaur Prof. Madan Mohan, Dr. Suresh Atray 102, Pratap Colony, Model Gram, Ludhiana- 141002 Ph.:01624-223356, 0161-2408179, 2432308 Mo.:09814034023, 9357440102 Email: jagdambagaur@hotmail.com

Ujjain Chapter • Shri Ashok Kumar Patni Shri Mahamangal Jyotish Kendra 18, Varah Mihir Marg, Indira Gandhi Chauraha, Freeganj, Ujjain, M.P. Ph: 0734-2564181, Mob : 09406822358

Pathankot Chapter • Mr. Love Kumar Verma Cosmic Institute of Vastu Sciences Near Kapoor Nursing Home,Pathankot (Pb.) Phone: 0186-5080545, Mob : 09876588242 Email : acosmic.ptk@rediffmail.com

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a Phagwara Chapter • Smt. Lalita Mohey Archismaan’s Future Point House No. XXXII/81, Mandi Road, Gandhi Chowk,Phagwara-144401 (Pb.) Ph : 01824-266399, Mob : 9780131703 Email: archisamaan@hotmail.com Patiala Chapter • Shri Harish Kumar Malik 2nd Floor, 5C, Seetal Complex, Baradari, Rajbaha Road, Near CMO Residence, Patiala - 147001 Mob : 09871408417, 08054333517, 08054333915 Email : harishmalik76@gmail.com Sangrur Chapter • Dr. Kamalpreet Dharni Dharni Institute of Astrology and Vedic Study B-7/133, Khalifa Street, Sangrur (Punjab) Ph : 01675-224708 Mob- 09876407300 email : dr.kamaldharni@yahoo.in RAJASTHAN Bikaner Chapter • Dr. Nand Kishore Purohit “The Forecast House” Institute of Future Forecasting (India) Near Ramdev Temple, Dammani Chowk, Bikaner (Raj.) Ph : 0151-3201198, 3206556 Mob : 09414230268, 09024468889 Email: forecasthouse@rediffmail.com Ganganagar Chapter • Pt. Ghanshyam Das Bhrigu Jyotish Vidyapeeth 983, Purani Aabadi, Ward No. 15, Ganganagar-335001 (Raj.) Phone : 0154- 2451242, 09166157278 Hanumangarh Chapter • Pt. Jassa Ram Alias Pt. Jasveer Sharma Jyoti Astrological Computer Centre Plot No. 2, Sector-6, Kachehari Rd., Hanumangarh Junction (Raj.) Ph. : 01552- 261526, Mob : 09414094526 Jaipur Chapter • Pt. Prem Shankar Sharma 31/51, Pratap Nagar, Sanganer, Jaipur(Raj) Ph.: 0141-2791444 Mob: 09414073506, 09829957395 Email: ajay_jaipur@rediffmail.com Jaipur Chapter • Smt. Varsha Goyal 36-A, Gangwal Park, Jaipur-4 Mob: 08766140513, 09414943101 Ph : 0141-2608003 pcpljpr@gmail.com Jodhpur Chapter • Shri Rajendra Kumar Purohit Vastu and Jyotish Anusandhan Kendra Geeta Bhawan, 1st Floor, Room No. 12, Shivanchi Gate Road, Jodhpur (Raj.) Ph.: 0291-2618117, 2634374 Mob: 09828128117 Email:purohitrk2001@yahoo.co.in

Jodhpur Chapter • Hemant Kumar Institute of Astrologic & Allied Sciences for study and Research 12, Manji ka Hattha, Near Suncity Hospital, Main Road, Paota, Jodhpur (Raj.) Mob.: 07742401942, 09549352009 Email:hemant.rathore.jadha@gmail.com Tonk Chapter • Sh. Babulal Shastri Manu Jyotish & Vastu Research Centre Opp. Barwali Haweli, Subhash Bazar, Tonk- 304001 (Raj.) Ph : 01432-245358, Mob : 09413129502 Email: jyotishvastu@rediffmail.com SIKKIM Gangtok Chapter • Pt. S. Swadeshanand Sakshi Priya Astrological Res. Centre 31A, Metro Point, National Highway Tadong, Gangtok (Sikkim) Ph : 09434153277, Mob : 09434012165 TAMILNADU Hosur Chapter-II • Sh. P. Venkatachalam Saptha Rishi Kalaimagal Jothidalayam Taluk Office Main road, Opp. to Kamraj Colony, 2nd Cross, Hosur - 635109, Krishnagiri, Dist, TamilNadu Mob : 09894126354 Email: saptharishiastrology@gmail.com UTTAR PRADESH Agra Chapter • Shri Mahesh Sharma Jyotish Tantra Shiksha Prasar Samiti C/o Bhavishya Darshan, Bhagwati Complex, Opp. Shah Talkies, M G Road, Agra (U.P.) Phone : 0562-2525262, 2156666 Mob : 09719005262 Email: mail@bhabishydarshan.in pushpit_aayu1910@yahoo.co.in W eb:www.bhabishydarshan.com Aligarh Chapter • Dr. Sarvottam Dixit Future Point Computers Opp. Roadways Bus Stand Shah Kamal Road, Aligarh-202001(U.P.) Ph : 0571 - 2420444, Mob : 09837190538 Email: sdixit_dr@rediffmail.com Allahabad Chapter • Dr. Suman Sharma Sai Astro Vastu Research Institute Flat No. 101, Barsana, Near Katra Madho Kunj, Allahabad (U.P.) Mob : 09450621047, 09415704183 Email: saisuman@gmail.com

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From The Editor's Desk Evolution of Universe Vishnu Puran says :-

vO;Drkn~O;Dr;% lokZ% izHkoUR;gjkxesA jk=~;kxes izyh;Urs r=SokO;DrlaKdsAA laiw.kZ pjkpj Hkwrx.k czãk ds fnu ds izo's kdky esa vO;Dr ls vFkkZr~ czãk ds lw{e 'kjhj ls mRiUu gksrs gSa vkSj czãk dh jkf= ds izos'kdky esa ml vO;Dr uked czãk ds lw{e 'kjhj esa yhu gks tkrs gSAa All the living or the non living come into existance at the dawn of the day of Brahma the unmanifested and merge into the same at the onset of the night. Emergence and evolution of Universe is still a mystery to scientists as there are many unanswered questions to how this Universe was formed. When it was formed? Why this Universe was formed? In the year 1929 Edwin Hubble made a startling revelation about Universe. He was the first one who discovered that all the celestial objects and galaxies in the universe are constantly moving apart from each other. In other words he said that Universe is expanding constantly. This indicates that in earlier times celestial objects were closely conjunct with each other and probably all celestial objects were conjunct very closely with each other about 10 to 20 trillions of years ago. At that time all celestial objects may be too close to be over lapping with each other at a particular point and thus the whole universe would have been in the shape of a small dot or point with a high density at that time.This form of Universe was extremely hot with high density. Slowly and slowly this universe started expanding due to some reason which is not yet very clear and universe emerged with a big bang and after this all the celestial objects started to move apart from each other.

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Energy was in the form of Photons after 10-43 seconds of big bang.

Basic molecules like Quark and anti Quark started forming after 10-34 seconds of big bang. The size of Universe was like an orange at this time.

After 10-10 seconds Quarks and anti Quarks clashed with each other and vanished. Protons and Neutrons were formed due to this clash.

Universe started to take form after one second of big bang. Temperature at that time was about a trillion degree Celsius. At this time proton and neutrons jointly formed the element which is known as Hydrogen, Helium etc.

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Universe was constantly expanding but even after three lakh years of big bang universe was not like the universe of today. Elements and radiations started separating from each other and at the same time electrons with protons and neutrons started forming atom and atoms started forming molecules.

Universe started to take a particular shape approximately after one billion years of big bang. At this time the Quasar Proto galaxy stars were formed. This is the initial form of galaxy. Stars were formed till this time and stars were forming heavy elements after burning hydrogen.

Today approximately after 15 hundred million years of big bang stars and their solar system is formed. Atoms have formed complex molecules. Out of these complex molecules some molecules are basic particles of life.

Universe is still expanding as Galaxies and celestial objects are continuously moving apart from each other in this Universe. This process is slowing down day by day. In future it may be possible that the gravitational pull of celestial objects will completely stop the expansion of this universe. From this time this process of expansion will be reversed because the Universe will start to shrink. All celestial objects will start coming closer to each other due to their gravitational pull and one day they will come very close to each other in the form of a dot. After this again there will be a big bang and a new universe will emerge and the process of expansion will start again. This process is going on from the time immemorial. Our universe is only one out of many Universes which are formed as a result of this constant process of expansion and shrinkage. When all the celestial objects come together in the form of a dot it is called big shrinkage. One day our Universe will also end due to its big shrinkage. This shrinkage process will start approximately 1.5 hundred billion years later. Big bang theory is well accepted scientific theory within the scientific community. How was the matter formed in this universe? To answer this question scientist gave a standard model in which there are 12 Bosons and 12 Fermions. One Boson which gives mass to all molecules is known as Higgs Boson. These 24 particles are the base to form electron, proton and neutron which together form atom and these atoms form matter. The assumption of Higgs Boson was developed in the year 1964 but nobody was able to test it properly at that time because it required extremely high levels of energy to create boson in the laboratory and even after that it could survive only for 3X10-25 seconds. To view and observe this boson a laboratory was formed on the border of Switzerland and France. This laboratory was formed 300 feet below the surface and it is 27 Kilometer long place in a tunnel. In this tunnel shaped laboratory neutrons with high energy from two opposite directions were collided in Large Hadrons Collider (LHC). Higgs Boson was emerged out of this collision. Thus Higgs Boson was first created and seen on 4th July 2012 in this laboratory. In this experiment a situation was created which was almost similar to situation at the time of big bang. Higgs Boson gives mass to each and every particle hence this particle is very much important in the formation of universe. It is believed in Hindu religion that god is present in every particle. It is probably in the form of this boson which gives the basic entity ‘mass’ to the particle. That is why scientists too have preferred to call it ‘God particle’. Thus with this experiment scientists have made a great discovery about the origin of Universe and slowly and slowly they are coming closer to the theory that Universe has emerged from nothing and will disappear in nothing which is already established by our sages a thousands of years ago.

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From The Desk of Managing Editor Worship Parad Shivlinga for all round success and prosperity Parad has received lot of importance in vedas. Its religious importance is known to everybody. It is equally important in ayurveda and modern medical science too. Parad products like parad Shivlinga and Parad Sriyantras are made with the mixture of Silver and Mercury. It is solid. Mercury alone doesn't have the quality to be in a shape. Mixture of Silver gives Mercury the desired shape. Parad is the most auspicious metal used for the worship of God. Parad is believed to be originated from the sperms of Lord Shiva. Worship of Shivlinga destroys all sins. It is said in Brahma Purana that one who worships parad idols devotedly enjoys all worldly pleasures and at last attains supreme destination (Salvation). During life span they get glory, honour, high office, name and fame, sons, grandsons and learning. It is also considered effective for controlling various diseases like high blood pressure, asthma and increases the sex power. It is believed that parad idols give 1000 times more benefits than the puja (Worshipping ceremony) of any other idol. It is said in Shiv purana that goddess Laxmi, Lord Shiva and lord Kuber reside permanently in those people’s house who keep parad shivlinga in their house. It is believed that Parad Shivlinga is best Shivalinga in the world. By worshipping Parad Shivlinga one gets blessings of Lord Shiva quickly because impact of worship of Parad Shivlinga is one thousand crore times more than the worship of any other Shivlinga . Other distinguishing feature of parad Shivlinga is that there is no need to energise it before worshipping because it is naturally energised. PARAD SHIVLINGA : This Shivlinga is made of mercury and silver and is very solid and heavy. It is a rare tantric article. It is used for sadhana and if one concentrates on it and uses it for worship most of his wishes are fulfilled. Ancient sages have written that for cure of disease worship of Shivlinga is essential in addition to medicine. When this parad Shivlinga is kept in the Sun it reflects the rainbow colour which is considered very auspicious and believed to have the power to remove one's all sins. It is said that all sins get annihilated by mere touching it. It adds fame, popularity to a person. On possession of it, it gives peace, prosperity and happiness. It brings prosperity to the house or office. There is no shortage of food, money or clothes. It brings peace to the premises. If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple. If kept during religious gathering, it brings knowledge by evoking Goddess Saraswati. Enlightens the students with knowledge and sharpens their memory. Fill it with Ganges water and sprinkle it on a person or in a premises. Malefic planetary effects, black magic and evils disappear. Parad Shivlinga balances and harmonise the aura around us and removes the negative energy. It is believed that Parad Shivlinga is best Shivalinga in the world. By worshipping parad Shivlinga one gets blessings of Lord Shiva quickly because impact of worship of parad Shivlinga is one thousand crore times more than the worship of any other Shivlinga . Other distinguishing feature of Parad Shivlinga is that there is no need 10

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Om Trayambakam Yajamahe sugandhim pushtivardhanam Urawarukmiv bandhanaan mrityormuksheey maamritaat PARAD SHIV PARIVAR : This is very popular in Hindu families in India. Every Hindu family keeps it at their home specially at the place of worship. Shivparivar means family of Shiva which includes Shiva or Shivlinga, Parvati, Ganesha, Kartikeya and Nandi. By worshipping it you attain popularity, all round prosperity, progress, success, good health, courage and all sorts of sins, diseases, obstacles, fear, sorrow and poverty get abolished. Following Mantra should be recited for it: "Na Guroh Sadrisho Data, Na Devo Shankaropamah. Na Kaulat Parmo Yogi, Na Vidya Tripurapara."

PARAD PINDI SHIVLINGA : This Shivlinga is made of mercury and silver and is very solid and heavy. It is a rare tantric article. It is used for sadhana and if one concentrates on it and uses it for worship most of his wishes are fulfilled. Ancient sages have written that for cure of disease worship of Shivlinga is essential in addition to medicine. When this parad Shivlinga is kept in the Sun it reflects the rainbow colour which is considered very auspicious and believed to have the power to remove one's all sins. It is said that all sins get annihilated by mere touching it. It adds fame, popularity to a person. On possession of it, it gives peace, prosperity and happiness. It brings prosperity to the house or office. There is no shortage of food, money or clothes. It brings peace to the premises. If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple. If kept during religious gathering, it brings knowledge by evoking Goddess Saraswati. Enlightens the students with knowledge and sharpens their memory. Fill it with Ganges water and sprinkle it on a person or in a premises. Malefic planetary effects, black magic and evils disappear. Parad Shivlinga balances and harmonise the aura around us and removes the negative energy. It is believed that Parad Shivlinga is best Shivalinga in the world. By worshipping parad Shivlinga one gets blessings of Lord Shiva quickly because impact of worship of parad Shivlinga is one thousand crore times more than the worship of any other Shivlinga . Other distinguishing feature of Parad Shivlinga is that there is no need to energise it before worshipping because it is naturally energised. Following Mantra should be recited for it : Om Namah Shivay

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Agastya : The Star of Rains Dr. Suresh Chandra Mishra Jyotishacharya, MA, Ph.D.

The Shastra dictates that a competent astrologer is essentially supposed to know how to calculate the right time of rising and setting of star Agastya Varahmihir said that- ‘A learned astrologer should always calculate its rising well in advance and should foretell its effects for the remaining months of the Samvatsara’. Agastya : The Canopus In the southern celestial hemisphere, Agastya, a bright yellow-coloured star, remains visible from August to April every year from almost all places falling south of 37° latitudes. This is the second most brilliant star there, of 0.9 apparent magnitude and about180 light years away from our earth. It is 85 times bigger and 1900 times more brilliant than our Sun. In the Indian literature, this star has named after the Pauranic rishi ‘Agastya’, while in the western world, this was formerly known as Canobus and now called as ‘Canopus’ this is located at 75°S 49' latitude and 52°S41' declination. It exactly appears in front of the Punarvasu nakshatra at 21° of the zodiac. Myths about the Star In the Rigaveda 10.63.10 and in the Atharva Veda 5.4.4, a detailed description of a celestial golden boat or vessel ( Hiranyamayee Nau) is found, which is said to be located in the south of the Pushya nakshatra-mandala. This vessel is also mentioned in the Vedas as ‘Argha’. The Agastya star is said to be situated in the cluster of stars which is known in the Greek mythology as ‘Argo- Navis’. Scholars opine that the words ‘Argha’ and ‘Argo’, or ‘Nau’ and ‘Navis’, have originated from the same roots. How to recognize the Star Somewhat similar to the ‘Sapta-Rishis’ or Ursa major in the northern celestial domain, there is the Vyadha, sometimes called as Lubdhaka (the Hunter), and in the western world as Sirius. located at a key position in the southern sky, with whose help we can mark many other stars falling in that celestial region. This blue coloured star Sirius (Vyadha or Lubdhaka), 12

recognized as the most brilliant star of the entire celestial region having two brilliant stars at almost the same distance on its both sides, Ardra in the north and Agastya in the south of it The Vyadha always forewarned of flood in the Nile river according to the belief of the old Egyptian astrologers. During March-April, the Agastya shines in the southern horizon and is visible from all over India. Readers must note that there is no prominent star exactly at the south polar point like the Pole Star in the northern hemisphere. Therefore, in order to determine south direction, the Agastya always helped the sailors in the southern oceans and still remains useful for the astronauts.The sculptures of the Rishi Agastya have been found in the southern parts of India as well as in Srilanka, Java and Sumatra islands. One beautiful sculpture of Agastya is carved on the Gopuram (main entrance of a big temple) of Nataraja (dancing Shiva) temple at Chidambaram in Tamilnadu state, India. Ritual at the rising of Agastya In the classics of astrology, worshipping the star Agastya was a convention after its annual rising. The Agastya sets around April and further rises in the south in September. An easy and precise method for calculating its rising as well as of setting will be discussed here as the dates of these phenomena vary from one locality to another. The Shastra dictates that a competent astrologer is essentially supposed to know how to calculate the right time of its rising and setting. Varahmihir said that‘A learned astrologer should always calculate its rising well in advance and should foretell its effects for the remaining months of the Samvatsara’. •

After the rise of Agastya, in the immediately following dawn or dusk, the star should be

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The head of the family should face the star, which practically will mean that he face the southern direction and he should offer the Arghya.

Like Surya-puja, it is also believed that this ritual repeated for seven consecutive years promotes benevolence of the natal chart, bestows good health, nullifies disease and ensures good effects for the year, ensuring gain of property and producing results like a Raja-yoga.

rivers naturally start their purification. During rains, particularly when the Sun transits in tropical Karka and Simha, all rivers become untouchable and are considered to be going under menstrual cycle. Therefore, drinking river water and making dips into rivers are only recommended after the rise of Agastya. The Agastya rise is known as the concluding symptom of rainy season for the year. The rise of Agastya, similar to rising of other planets and stars, basically relates to the Sun’s position. For convenience, the longitude of the Sun at rise of Agastya is tabulated here.

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At the time of rising of Agastya, the colour and size of the star foretell us about the various effects for the remaining months of the Samvat, in the following manner: A faded appearance will indicate diseases or pervasive panic because of a host of diseases: When it rises with a dull yellow colour, it indicates lack of rains during winters, causing poor winter crops. A smoky Agastya manifests scarcity of milk and disease in cattle: A shaky appearance brings rumours and terror: Reddish yellow colour causes political and social disturbance: Smaller than normal appearance with a reddish touch opens fire or a limited war: Besides this in Parashari Samhita, Parashara adds that Agastya having some bluish touch manifests heavy winter rains. The following is the relevant quote from the. ‘The colour of Agastya indicates thus: blaze diseases; dull yellow- less winter rains; smokydisease among cattle; blood red- riot and scarcity of commodities; blue- heavy winter rains; smaller than normal - encroachment by rivals; shakyterror.’ Golden yellow colour or clear as crystal, reflecting sufficient rays, is all time benevolent. ‘Agastya in a colour appearing like conch shell, jasmine, cow milk, lotus roots or silver shade results in benevolence, while appearing like a blaze, flesh or blood, it leads to war, riots and calamities.’ With the rising of Agastya, ground water and the

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28°N39' 32°N43' 22°N35' 18°N58' 13°N04'

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Sun at Agastya rise 4:12°12' 4:22°30' 3:29°44' 3:23°10' 3:13°24'

Srinagar 34°N06'

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Method of Calculation Palabha plays a key role in calculation of the rising time of Agastya. This replaces the geographical latitudes in a traditional method of astrological calculations. To calculate the time of Agastya rising and setting, you should proceed in the following manner: • • •

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(Palabha –3:00) x 7 = Factor I. (Palabha –3)2 ÷5 = Factor II. Add the sum of Factors I and II to 33°. This total is an essential tool (Kshetramsha) in this connection, relevant to the locality in question.For Delhi Palabha(6.53-3.00) x 7=3.53 x 7=24.71–factorI (3.53 x 3.53)÷5=12:46÷5=2.49 –factor II 24.71+2.49+33:00 = 60.2 (Kshetramsha) 72 degrees + Kshetramsha = Sun at Agastya rise. Similarly 72 degrees – Kshetramsha = Sun at Agastya Setting. Thus the Agastya will rise in Delhi at a moment when the Sun’s longitude becomes 72°+60.2°=132.2° or 4:12°12' and has already set when the Sun was 72°–60.2°=11.8° or 0:11°48'. 13


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My Studies on Kaulaka (Shastamsa) G.K. Goel, Delhi Kaluka is the sixth part of a sign which is a unique contribution of Maharishi Jaimini in chapter III quarter-III of his great work "updasa sutra". It is very useful while predicting giving of evils, miseries, discases etc, collectively on physical and metaphysical level within the close family members. INTRODUCTION : Kaulaka is to predict group of evils, miseries, diseases etc., collectively, on physical and metaphysical level, within the close family members, such evils arise on account of the inherent nature of the native and are thus hereditary in origin. In fact, Kaulaka indicates the suffering of Jeeva-Soul and Mind. (On the other hand, Trisamsa predicts sorrows, on accounts of misfortunes and calamities in the life of native arising out of material desires, wants and hankering.)

Mimansaka of Vedic philosophy and famous disciple of Parasara) introduces two more Vargas namely Kaulaka (Shastamsa) and Rudramsa (Ekadasamsa) in Chapter III Quarter III of his great work “Updesa Sutras”. KAULAKA (SHASTAMSA) Kaulaka (Shastamsa) is one of the Varga (Division) of a sign out of 20 Vargas. 16 (Shodhas) Vargas taught by Parasara and 4 additional Vargas introduced by Jaimini. Hora-Shastra indicates Potential, Promise and Materialisation of events with the help of these Vargas. Vyankatesh Sharma in ‘Sarvarth Chintamani’ has put utmost importance on Shadvargas and Shashtyamsa Varga to judge the Potential of the nativity. Each of the 20 Vargas indicates the Promise in some specific areas of life specifically assigned to respective Vargas.

Kaulaka is the sixth part of the sign (Rasi). Each Kaulaka is of 5° arc. The first Kaulaka, in odd signs starts from sign Aries and in even signs from sign Libra and then it follows regular Zodiacal order. Kaulaka is Shastamsa. Maharishi Jaimini has assigned very specific use to Kaulaka (Shastamsa) for predicting evils, diseases and even death during the lifetime of the native and his close relatives. The Ayur Paryaya Dasa and Vimshottari Dasa, when applied to Shastamsa Chart, can time the events precisely.

Kaulaka deals with evils, which basically affects life force (Jeeva). This Varga indicates calumniation of evils, which become instrumental to generate negative traits in the life of native and close relatives.

In this article, three examples are given in the end, with a view to explain various principles, which are expounded in this article.

Out of the 6 (six) Shadvargas, Hora chart, basically, indicates wealth or Life and health. There is no escape from the fact that many aspects of life prosperity or evils, are to be judged from Shadvargas, to begin with. The Lagna (sign chart), Navamsa, Drekkana and Dwadasamsa (Suryamsa) among other things will also indicate the potential and possibilities of evils in the nativity. Trimsamsa confirms the delusion arising out of evils and Kaulaka is precise in timing of their occurrence.

BRIEF HISTORY Maharishi Parasara, the father of Vedic Astrology, teaches 16 (Shodhas) Vargas in his famous treatise ‘Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra’. The Vargas (Divisional) charts are one of the most unique contributions by Vedic Rishi(s) of Yore to the science of Astrology. Maharishi Jaimini (among the foremost critic-

RECKNOR OF SHASTAMSA (KAULAKA) CHART Kaulaka Degrees Odd Signs Even Signs 14

1st 0-5° Aries Libra

2nd 5-10° Taurus Scorpio

3rd 10-15° Gemini Sagittarius

4th 15-20° Cancer Capricorns

5th 25-30° Leo Aquarius

6th 25-30° Virgo Pisces

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Lo f=a’kka’ks dkSydkuka iQykfu jksxkn;%AA

‘Disease and other evils are seen from Lagna (Lo), Trisamsa and Kaulaka.” The word Sva (Sva-4) indicates four Vargas (divisions) namely Natal, Drekkana, Navamsa and Dwadasamsa charts. The inter-relationship of Kaulaka with these four divisions provides the basic clue to diagnose evils and disease. This is explained below in brief: Natal Chart: Kaulaka is one-sixth division of the sign. Each sign represents a body part. In the first scheme 12 signs (houses), commencing from sign Aries (Ascendant) represent the head, face, breast, heart, belly, navel, abdomen, genital organs, two thighs, two bones, two ankles and two feet of ‘KALAPURUSHA’. In this scheme, the allocation is based on Zodiac Signs and Houses. In the second scheme, Maharishi Jaimini assigned body parts for twelve houses (commencing either from Ascendant or Moon whichever is stronger) in different manner than given in standard texts. In this scheme, 12 houses represent head, face, throat, arms, stomach, loins, back, groins, feet, eyes, ears and nose in regular Zodiacal order (Jaimini Sutra 4.1.1 to 4.1.15). In this scheme, the importance is given to houses and Moon. This is very significant suggestion from Maharishi Jaimini and needs considerable care and research in application. Sun always gives the vitality to material existence whereas Moon triggers the feeling and desire to accrue benefit from them. This represents the Basic difference in the above two schemes. Both the above schemes do not contradict but are complementary in nature. First scheme indicates the physical location of body parts (finer identification of body parts is obtained with the help of Drekkana). The second scheme indicates the influence of body parts on houses, through which they operate. For example, 7th, 10th, 11th and 12th houses respectively in the second scheme represent heart, eyes, ears and nose. The native’s faculty of emotions, visualising, perceiving and inferring depends on these houses from where the respective organs manifest their influence. 5th house represents intellect and power of discrimination, is opposite to 10th, 11th and 12th houses. Thus, two hands operate through fourth house to achieve the goal that is opposite to the 10th house of visualisation. Each sign contains six Kaulaka of 5° and two Hora(s) of each sign, represented by Sun and Moon, contain AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

three Kaulakas. Sun and Moon are soul and mind of the Kalapurusha. Hora, therefore, sustains Jeeva-’Life Principle’ and maintains the cycle of birth and rebirth on the mother earth. Kaulaka, being one-third part of the Hora, indicates malady of the life, based on the principle of Trinity namely (1) Self, (2) Parents, coborns and other relations and (3) Opposing forces like enemies etc. Maharishi Jaimini may have called one-sixth division of sign as Kaulaka, on account of such considerations. The affliction of a Kaulaka by a malefic(s) placed in a sign generate evils and disease on physical and metaphysical level. Affliction to a Kaulaka will create a specific type of evil. The methodology of assessment will be discussed in this article in detail. DREKKANA Each Drekkana contains two Kaulaka of 5° each. These two Kaulaka are called 1st and 2nd Kaulaka in each Drekkana. The 12 signs (houses) indicate 12 body parts in a broader basis. Drekkana makes the finer division and divides the Bhachakara in 36 body parts. With the help of 1st and 2nd Kaulaka of a Drekkana, the seat of disease i.e. external or internal ,is identified. DWADASAMSA A Drekkana contains a group of four Dwadasamsa of 2°30' each. Each Kaulaka contains two Dwadasamsa. Drekkana represents the ‘Swaroop’ (or personification of the inner nature) of the native in which hereditary indications had a major role to play. Dwadasamsa indicates the cause of evils and also their cure. This helps the astrologer to advise the native as how to ward-off the evils. Dwadasamsa, therefore, plays key role in predictive astrology. Trimsamsa This Varga confirms occurrence of evils that will manifest in the life of native on account of material existence. (Kaulaka, on the other hand, directly affects the life forces, which sustain the native.) Kaulaka (Shastamsa) chart should not be considered in isolation. The evils are ascertained from sign (Lagna), Drekkana, Navamsa and Dwadasamsa, the confirmation is obtained from Trimsamsa, Kaulaka gives precise reason and timing of their occurrence. The method of asserting the evils with the help of Kaulaka will now be discussed, in the above background, based on Jaimini Sutras. ASSESSMENT OF EVILS Assessment of evils, disease and death with the help of kaulaka and shastamsa chart is done in three stages 15


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A. First Stage

Fifth Kaulaka of sign belongs to sign Leo,

A careful examination of Shadvarga charts is necessary to access the possibilities and indications of evils in the life of the native. This is not the topic of discussions of this article.

(2) The signification of Sign of the Kaulaka has a major say in prediction.

B. Second Stage (1) Assessment of Kaulaka as part of the sign. (2) Assessment of Kaulaka as part of Drekkana. (3) Effects of Dwadasamsa as a part of Kaulaka. C. Third Stage: Kaulaka (Shastamsa) chart (1) Assessment of Kaulaka (Shastamsa) chart independently. (2) Predictions of events with the help of Ayur Paryaya Dasa (Vimshottari Dasa is also applicable on Shastamsa chart). KAULAKA AS PART OF SIGN AND DREKKANA. Jaimini has indicated in seven Sutras from 3.3.60 to 3.3.66 on the nature of six Kaulaka(s) of each sign. The counting of Kaulaka is to be done in each sign as: 1st Kaulaka (0-5°), 2nd Kaulaka (5-10°), 3rd Kaulaka (10-15°), 4th Kaulaka (15-20°), 5th Kaulaka (20-25°) and 6th Kaulaka (25-30°). These Sutras are reproduced for ready reference: Sutra 3.3.60

yykVs izFkee~AA “If (the afflicting planet is) in the first Kaulaka disease/ injury will be in the forehead.” Sutra 3.3.61

ds’ks f}rh;e~AA “If (the afflicting planet is) in the second Kaulaka there will be disease in the hair.” Sutra 3.3.62

#f/kja r`rh;sAA “If (the afflicting planet is) in the third Kaulaka, the blood disease/disorder may result.” Sutra 3.3.63

prqFksZ us=ksAA “If (the afflicting planet is) in the fourth Kaulaka, eye disease results (eyes are indicative of vision which gives foresight to act).” (A reference may be made to Jaimini Sutra, 4.1.6 and 4.1.12.)

Signs indicate problems in a particular direction or area . (Sutra 1.2.2 to 1.2.13 may be referred for specific information.) Sutra 3.3.65

"k"Vs ftgzokxzsAA “If (the afflicting planet is) in the sixth Kaulaka diseases of the tongue (mouth/throat) could result.” (When Sutra 3.3.60 is read with Sutra 3.3.65, it gives hint about the use of Drekkana.) Sutra 3.3.66

iwoZ "kV~ds jkgw dsrqH;ka Los ftàkfnfHk%AA “The results of the previous six stanzas should be applied for Rahu and Ketu from the tongue onwards (in the reverse order given from sutras 3.3.60 to 3.3.66). The order will be reversed for Rahu/Ketu only and not for other planets. The different rules have not been formulated for Rahu and Ketu separately as they will fall in same Kaulaka in Shastamsa chart. It appears that Jaimini has compressed many principles and suggestions in these seven Sutras. I shall try to explore them, one by one, up to the extent of my reach and understanding: First Principle Sutra 60 indicates forehead and Sutra 61 indicates hair (this pair of Kaulaka is part of first Drekkana of sign). Similarly, Sutra 62 indicates blood disorder and Sutra 63 indicates eyes (this pair of Kaulaka is part of second Drekkana of the sign). Sutra 60 and 62 indicate the diseases of internal nature, whereas Sutra 61 and 63 indicate the diseases of external nature. This indicates the principle that 1st Kaulaka of each Drekkana, when afflicted, will give the diseases of internal nature, and 2nd Kaulaka will indicate disease of external nature. This principle would apply to the pair of Kaulaka of each Drekkana. According to Sutra 66, the order of counting is reversed, in case Rahu/Ketu are placed in any Kaulaka. This Sutra gives following principles:

Sutra 3.3.64

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(a) In odd signs Kaulaka will be counted as 1st Kaulaka (0-5°), 2nd Kaulaka (5-10°), 3rd Kaulaka (10-15°), 4th Kaulaka (15-20°), 5th Kaulaka (2025°) and 6th Kaulaka (25-30°).

“If (the afflicting planet is) in fifth Kaulaka danger from wild cats & lions exists (wild cats & lion etc. represent sign Leo). This gives two indications — (1)

(b) In even signs this order of counting will be reversed. ( this change in order will not affect Table No.1 — Reckoner of Shastamsa).

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a (c) Whenever, Rahu/Ketu are placed in any Kaulaka, the assigned order for counting for Rahu/Ketu only will be reversed, e.g. Rahu is placed in 9° of Aries, it would be considered as if Rahu is placed in 5th Kaulaka. If Rahu is placed in 9° of Taurus, it will be assumed that Rahu is placed in 2nd Kaulaka. Second Principle Natural Karakas (significations) of forehead is Sun/ Moon (Jaimini Sutra 4.1.1), Hair - Saturn, Blood disorders - Mars, Eyes - Venus, Tongue (Voice) Mercury. This is the order represented by First, second, third, fourth and sixth Kaulakas referred to in Sutras 60, 61, 62, 63 and 65. The natural inference will be that each Kaulaka of a sign is represented by a Karka (natural significator) as under:

placed in a sign other than its own, the results of the sign shall predominate.” Fifth Principle Indications of body parts as per rising Drekkana: The signs and houses indicate specific body parts in natal cart. The Drekkana makes the division even finer. The 12 signs indicate 12 body parts in human body on a broader basi s. 36 Drekkana of Kalapurushas represent 36 body parts. (1)

If first Drekkana is rising in the Ascendant, the twelve signs counted from the Ascendant serially signify the twelve parts of the upper portion of the body in natal chart. Similarly if second or third Drekkana is rising, twelve part of the middle or lower body will be represented in the Rasi chart commencing from Ascendant in serial order. Table No. 2 shows the distribution of the body parts assigned on account of rising Drekkana. (J.P., Ch. 3, Sl. 77)

(2)

Planets placed in the same Drekkana (movable/fixed/common) as rising Drekkana shall afflict the portion above neck. Planets falling in the second type of Drekkana from rising Drekkana afflict the trunk (middle portion of the body), and in third type, they afflict lower portion of the body.

(3)

The body parts, which will be found, afflicted after applying both the above rules (1) and (2) will have severe affliction compared to body parts represented by other houses.

Table: Karakas

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Kaulaka (0-5°) Kaulaka (5-10°) Kaulaka (10-15°) Kaulaka (15-20°) Kaulaka (20-25°) Kaulaka (25-30°)

Karka for odd sign

Karka for even signs

Sun Saturn Mars Venus Jupiter Mercury

Mercury Jupiter Venus Mars Saturn Moon

These Karakas of each Kaulaka in every sign (depending upon even or odd) will remain same. The lord of each Kaulaka will be as per Table 1 given above. Third Principle Method of reckoning of Shastamsa chart: Sutra 3.3.60 when read with Sutra 3.3.64 gives following indications: (1) First Kaulaka of Aries will be of sign Aries as this Kaulaka represents forehead. (2) Fifth Kaulaka represents danger from wild cats and Lions. This clearly indicates that the 5th Kaulaka of sign Aries will be of sign Leo. These observations confirm the method of reckoning for Kaulaka (Shastamsa) chart as per Table I given above. Fourth Principle In Shastamsa chart, each Kaulaka is represented by a sign (see Table 1 above). Sutra3.3.64 says that any affliction in the fifth Kaulaka indicates danger from wild cats and lion etc. These indications are for sign Leo. Maharishi is giving the idea that Kaulaka will indicate the results and signification of its sign. The similar indications are given in Sutra 3.3.84 - “If the planet is AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

2nd house to 6th represents the right side of body parts, whereas 12th house to 8th house represent the left side of the body parts. (4)

The above table is a good indicator to find the relative health or weakness (disease) in the various organs of the body.

The above scheme of reckoning of body parts is approved by Maharishi Jaimini. 1st Kaulaka represents head and last Kaulaka represents front portion of the tongue (mouth). In case, 1st Drekkana is rising in the ascendant, 1st house will represent head and seventh house mouth as shown in Table 2 above. This is also confirmed because Jaimini has indicated body parts in upper portion of the body like forehead, eyes, tongue etc. in first seven Sutras on Kaulaka. 17.4.7 KAULAKA AS PART OF DREKKANA (i)

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Houses in Birth chart

1st Drekkana 0°-10°

Rising Drekkanas 2nd Drekkana 10°-20°

3rd Drekkana 20°-30°

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th

Head Right eye Right ear Right nostril Right cheek Right jaw Mouth Left jaw Left cheek Left nostril Left ear Left eye

Neck Right shoulder Right arm Right side of the body Right ventricle and auricle of heart Right lung & mamma Naval Left lung Left ventricle & auricle of heart Left side of the body Left arm Left shoulder

Pelvis Generating organ Right testicle Right thigh Right knee Right calf Legs Left calf Left knee Left thigh left testicle Anus

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First (1st) Kaulaka of each Drekkana represents evils and diseases of internal origin.

(iii)

Second (2nd) Kaulaka of each Drekkana represents evils and diseases of external origin.

(iv)

Order of counting will be as under:

(vi)

The diseases of external origin (linked with 2nd Kaulaka) The evils and diseases of external origin, when a planet is placed in 2nd Kaulaka, may point out to the possibilities like: (a)

The problems arise on account of wrong food habits, social and moral conduct and negligent behaviour.

(a)

For odd sings the order is zodiacal.

(b)

For even sign the order is reversed.

(b)

By known causes, and enemies.

(c)

If Rahu/Ketu is placed in any Kaulaka, the assigned order will be reversed. This will mean that:

(c)

Problems arising out due to accidents, non-paym ent of loans, wrong medication and treatment etc.

(c.1)

For odd signs if Rahu/Ketu are placed in any Kaulaka, the order will be reversed.

(c.2)

For even signs, if Rahu/Ketu are placed in any Kaulaka, the order of counting will remain zodiacal.

(v) The diseases etc. of internal origin (linked with 1st Kaulaka):

(vii)

Each Kaulaka of a Drekkana helps to arrive at precise causes, of course, not independently, but with the help of other divisional charts.

This will be illustrated with the help of Example horoscope I, given in the end of this paper: Moon (15°46')

The evils and diseases of internal origin, when a planet is placed in 1st Kaulaka, may point out to the possibilities like: (a)

The disease is in an internal organ(s).

(b)

The causes of evils and diseases are not foreseen or known. This includes causes of such nature that originate on account of association of Eighth or Badhak houses.

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The problems are of hereditary in nature.

Mars (12°5')

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It is placed in 2nd Kaulaka of Drekkana in even sign. And will give the results of 1st Kaulaka.

indicat e di sease on account of internal origin.

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It is placed in 1st Kaulaka of its Drekkana in even sign. Mars will give the results of 2nd Kaulaka

— Diseases of ext ernal origin. Rahu/Ketu (22°46'):

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It is in 2nd Kaulaka of even sign and will give the results of 1st Kaulaka.

Saturn, Rahu, Ketu and Moon will give the results of 1st Kaulaka. The native’s Eosinophils count increased excessively in Rahu/Rahu Dasa. This affects the lungs, which is an internal part of the body. In the Dasa of Saturn/Moon, the open-heart surgery was performed on the native. Both planets are giving the results of 1st Kaulaka i.e. afflicting the internal parts. In Saturn/Mars Dasa, the native was operated for prostate gland successfully. However, during convalescence he suffered severe hemorrhage on account of over exertion (Mars is conjunct with Rahu) and saved with great difficulty (Mars is in benefic aspect with Jupiter, Mercury and Venus). Both 1st and 2nd Kaulaka played their appropriate role in full. MALEFIC PLANETS IN A KAULAKA The above effects are mainly on account of affliction of a Kaulaka (1st or 2nd) of a Drekkana. The malefic planet, which afflicts a Kaulaka, will produce following effects: Saturn, Gulika (Rahu) (Sutra 3.3.67) If these planets are causing affliction, the main reason of the problem is due to infection of food, like excessive and wrong eating habits, consumption of poisons (medicines on regular basis), alcohol, tobacco and other such vices. Mars (or Ketu) (Sutra 3.3.68) If these planets are causing affliction, the disease on account of consumption/dryness may occur. These planets indicate excessive fire and energy and weaken the body part on account of which they are not able to meet the body requirements. Sun (Sutra 3.3.69) The Sun is the vital force, which makes the body to function. It creates blockage so that free flow of vital fluids is hindered and also accumulated poison is

not properly expelled from excretory and other systems. If Sun is an afflicting planet, it blocks free f low of f luids within the body, which results accumulation of poisonous elements. Excretory system is also unable to clear such accumulation and their functions slow down. From the above discussions, it is clear that Drekkana and Kaulaka play vital role in identifying the causes of the disease in body parts. KAULAKA AND DWADASAMSA There is a close link in Drekkana, Kaulaka and Dwadasamsa. Drekkana: This represents Swaroop of the native. Such qualities like velour, drive, nature and inclinations are ascertained from this Varga (division). (Drekkana represents co-born also). Kaulaka: This divides each Drekkana in two parts, Kaulaka shows evils, diseases, even death which occurs due to wrong path adopted by the native. Kaulaka brings out the negative side of the native out of the total inner personality represented by Drekkana. These negative traits are mainly the outcome of the wrong practices prevalent, one or another form, in the family; thus, are of hereditary in nature. (Shastamsa Varga indicates all close relatives). Dwadasamsa, basically, indicates parents and hereditary practices prevalent in the family. Each Drekkana of 10° contains a group of four Dwadasamsas of 2°30' each, and each Kaulaka contains two Dwadasamsa. This can be better understood from the following Table . This could be ascertained by knowing the Swaroop of Devtas (or driving forces) behind each Dwadasamsa namely Ganesh, Aswani Kumar, Yama and Sarpa. Ganesh: Ganesh basically represents and controls the intellect. It can best be worshipped by inculcating self-restrain, self-confidence & faith in the native. When a malefic planet afflicts 1st Dwadamsa of 1st Kaulaka of a Drekkana, the native will lack self restrain, control over his sense organs. The native should be advised to cultivate discipline in life and develop faith in god by worship of appropriate deity.

TABLE :KAULAKA, DREKKANA&DWADASAMSA Internal Diseases 1st Kaulaka 0-5° 1st - 0°-2°30' Dwadasamsa Ganesh

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Aswani Kumar: They are cosmic healers. Whatever, grown on mother earth, can be termed as herbs or medicine. W hen Dwadasamsa represented by Aswani Kumar is afflicted, the native shows lack of discipline in food habits. He or she does not follow the advice of his doctor and lax in his treatment. Such natives should adopt strict discipline in their food habits. In case of any diseases or evils are coming upon them they should follow the advice of the doctor and their preceptor. Yama : He is the God of death. Yama also means two pairs of opposites. If Dwadasamsa represented by Yama is afflicted, the person suffers with extreme likes and dislikes. The native should adopt positive attitude. The worship of appropriate deity will help him to come out of conflicting situation. Ahi (Snake): Lord Krishna, in Bhagwat Gita, says:

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Vasuki is the king of Sarpa (snakes) and lives in great spl endor and luxuries. W hen Dwadasamsa represented by Sarpa (snake) is afflicted, the native develops excessive Bhog-Vriti and becomes slave of his sense organs. This brings all type of troubles and miseries upon him. The astrologer can give proper guidance to native to get rid of vices by worshipping and propitiating the planets. In nutshell: The area of problems could be ascertained with help of Birth chart and Drekkana. Kaulaka and Dwadasamsa can help to locate the nature of problem and its effective remedy. Assessment of Kaulaka (Shastamsa) chart) In assessment of the role of Kaulaka, as a part of the sign, the counting is made from the initial point of the sign or Drekkana. In case of assessment of Shastamsa chart, the rising Kaulaka in ascendant becomes the reference point and all counting is done from Ascending Kaulaka. The following rules are applicable to Shastamsa chart. These rules are specific to this chart only: 1. Each house of Shastamsa chart is called Kaulaka. 2. The Shastamsa ascendant represents the native with all the problems and evils, which he carries 3. Sixth and eleventh houses should be examined specifically, for adversity and ill health (Sutra 3.3.88). Sixth house represents punishment that one gets either in the hands of enemies or such persons. 11th house refers to emancipation of the soul or the death on account of evils, diseases or enemies (Sutra 20

3.3.87). 4. Fourth house has important significance in Shastamsa chart. Fourth house from ascendant represents Jeeva (Soul) of the native (First house represents the gross body). Similarly, the fourth houses from the 6th and the 11th houses are very significant. The ninth house (i.e. 4th from the 6th house) represents the growth of evils and enemies. The fourth house from 11th house i.e. 2nd house from ascendant (or from the significator house) represents death (Sutra 3.3.89). 5. The native, his relatives and enemies are represented from 1st to sixth house and their death from 2nd house from respective significator houses (Sutras 3.3.89 to 3.3.94): Table:Relatives & Significators Relatives Native (self) Both parents Co-borns and cousins Spouse Children Enemy

Significator house 1st 2nd 3rd

Death afflicting house 2nd 3rd 4th

4th 5th 6th

5th 6th 7th

Important notes: (i) Counting of evil house will be made from significator houses of respective relatives, e.g. Spouse are represented from fourth house, his death from 5th, the sources of problem from 9th house (6th from 4th), growth of problems from12th house (9th from 4th), restrictions, bondage, or disabilities from 2nd house (11th from 4th). Likewise various houses indicate problems for other relatives. (ii) Both parents are represented by 2nd house (unlike in Birth chart, 4th house is for mother and 9th house for father). The evils are also seen with reference to Charkarka along with significator house. If significator house along with Matru -Karka is afflicted, the evil may point out towards mother. Similarly, co-borns and cousins are represented from third house. BhartraKarka and Gyati -Karka will resolve the issues. The above significations are basic and specific to Shastamsa chart. Jaimini Sutras do not give any further reference beyond the signification of first six houses. This again confirms the belief that Kaulaka is the technical name of Shastamsa. In nutshell, the following houses have special importance in Shastamsa chart. These houses are AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012


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a to be counted from significator house of the concern relative: (i) The significator house will be termed as 1st house. (ii) 2nd house, therefrom, becomes death inflictor. (iii) 6th house, therefrom, becomes the house of enemy and punishment in the hand of such persons. (iv) 9th house, therefrom, indicates growth of evils, enemy and diseases. (v) 11th house, therefrom, is the house of “Hara” – emancipation — restrictions, bondage or disabilities. Birth Chart 7 8 Ra 22/56 Ma(R) 12/4 9 10 Ju 3/35

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(b) Disease making combinations (Natal chart): Mars and Rahu in third house afflict the lungs. Odd-footed Scorpio sign is aspected by evenfooted Cancer and Capricorn signs indicate watery, stomach and heart diseases. Sixth lord Saturn placed in seventh house indicate Urinary problems. It is aspected by odd-footed Gemini and Sagittarius signs from 10th and 4th houses also point out to heart diseases, Ketu in 9th house is indicative of problem in thigh and back reason. (c) Drekkana: Second Drekkana of moveable sign is rising. The body parts of the middle position of body, occupied by Fixed signs afflicted by malefic will be more prone to disease. As malefic influence on third house is contained by benefic aspects, left ventricle and auricle of heart is more prone to disease, (Ketu is placed in 9th house in Fixed sign, refer Table No.2). (d) Navamsa chart: Placement of Ketu in Cancer and aspect of Saturn on Sun confirms indication of heart and lung diseases. Placement of Mars in seventh house is indicative of urinary problems. The placement of Jupiter in 11t house in sign Aquarius indicates that though diseases and enemies will try to over-power the native but he will be fully alive to the developing situation.

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(e) Dwadasamsa chart: Placement of Rau in Leo in eighth house, aspect of Saturn on Sun (placed in Cancer) and on Ketu/Jupiter (placed in Aquarius) clearly confirms heart and urinary problems.

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(a) Strength of the chart: Moon is strongly 2 placed in Natal chart 4 Su aspected by Jupiter. Jupiter and Saturn are in exchange of signs and placed in 5th and 7th houses. This exchange is very vital and gives lots of strength to nativity. Placement of Mars and Rahu in third house, particularly aspected 3

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(a) Moon (Virgo 15°46'): Moon in 3rd Kaulaka of the sign (Karka Mars) indicates Blood disorders. It is in 1st Kaulaka of Drekkana representing internal diseases. It is 2nd Dwadasamsa (Asawni Kumar). In Shastamsa, Moon is in even-footed sign Capricorn aspected by odd-footed signs Taurus and Scorpio occupied by Sun and Saturn. Taurus is indicative of punishment and Scorpio privativeparts and operation with the help of instrument. Sun indicates blockage of the excretory system and Saturn indicates addiction of all kinds (including necessity of drugs continuously). The native was operated for angina pectoris, enlargement of prostate gland. The nativee had smallpox in the major period of Moon Dasa. Saturn made him dependent on medicine (drugs). (b) Mars (Scorpio 12°4'): Mars is placed in 4th Kaulaka of sign representing eyes (vision) — 21


Review Karka is Venus. it is placed in 2nd Kaulaka of Drekkana — indicating external nature of problems and diseases. It is in 3rd Dwadasamsa of Drekkana — represented by ‘Yama’. The native will suffer, if he acts in a hurry and takes decision based on extreme likes and dislikes. Mars is placed in the Ascendant of Shastamsa chart. This placement helps the native to overcome disease. (c) Rahu (Scorpio 22°6'): Rahu is placed in 5th Kaulaka of sign (Karka — Jupiter). It is placed in 1st Kaulaka of Drekkana indicating internal diseases. He suffers from lung infection during the Dasa of Rahu/Ketu. Rahu is placed in 1st Dwadasamsa of Drekkana represented by ‘Ganesha’. The native will benefit by observing self-control, both in internal and out-ward behaviour. He should develop self-confidence by worshiping lord ‘Ganesha’. Rahu is placed in evenfooted sign Aquarius, which is aspected by oddfooted sign Aries and Libra occupied by Venus and Jupiter. The affliction of sign Aquarius indicates troubles from diseases (particularly heart disease in this case) and enemies. This is also due to the reason because sign Aquarius is falling in third house of Shastamsa chart (indicates cause of disease). (d) Saturn (Pisces 6°50'): Saturn is placed in 5th

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a Kaulaka of sign, 1st Kaulaka of Drekkana and Yama Dwadasamsa. Karka of this Kaulaka is Jupiter. Saturn is placed in 12th house of Shastamsa chart. This position is inimical to diseases and enemies. In Saturn/Moon Dasa the native was operated for heart surgery and in Saturn/Mars Dasa for prostate gland. After heart surgery, there was severe hammurage which doctors could control, on account of auspicious influence of Moon in natal chart. However, in the Antardasa of Mars, there was hammurage after few days of recovery from operation, on account of overexertion. The native’s life was saved on account of benefic influence on Mars in natal chart and placement of Mars and Saturn in Ascendant and 12th house of Shastamsa chart. This placement helps the native to fight evils and diseases. Hammurage occurred in Moon Antardasa, because Moon is in 3rd Kaulaka indicating blood disorder and was saved on account of proper medication (being in Aswani Kumar Dwadasamsa). Whereas Mars being in 4th Kaulaka, the hammurage occurred due to his own fault (lack of vision) and was saved on account of benefic influence on Mars. Thus, Kaulaka is able to differentiate the cause precisely. In the above discussions, I have indicated the role of Kaulaka as well as use of Vimshottari Dasa system.

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Use of Samghatika Nakshatra in predicting Marriage Kalpana Tiwari In this article various planetary combinations that can cause delay or denial of marriage are discussed in detail with illustrations. It has been emphasized that not only planets but the constellations in which the planets and lords of the house signifying marriage are posited should also be considered while analyzing horoscope. Dara Karak and Samghatika Nakshatrs which is 16th nakshatra from janma nakshatra is also analysed in detail in this context. Studies on ten horoscope of women who are either unmarried or married but all of late marriages show certain common trends. These common trends are as following1. Venus the significator of marriage, Jupiter or 7th house lord is retrograde. Two or more planets retrograde in most of the charts. 2. 7th house lord is in the constellation of malefic planets. 3. There is affliction to Venus the significator of marriage. 4. Moon is weak in paksha bala in most of the charts. 5. 7th house or its lord in affliction.

Chart No. 1 (Unmarried) The first chart is of a lady who is unmarried. She is daughter of an army officer. At present she is doing a DOB : 5.9.1975, 2.04, Ambala D-1 5 Su Mo Ve

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job drawing a salary of 30 thousand rupees.

7. Darakarak is weak in degrees and in most of the horoscopes Darakarak is in gandata.

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8. Two or more planets are in the planetary war in most of the horoscopes. 9. Samghatika Nakshatra is 16th from janma nakshatra in 28 star system. Sangh means associations or coming together. Marriage is also an association of two people.The lord of the Samghatika Nakshatra is weak or afflicted in most of the horoscope. 10. Dispositor of the lord of the samghatika nakshatra is in the constellation of natural malefic or functional malefic planets. 11. Operating planetary period at the time of marriage between (20 to 30 years) in most of the horoscopes is not favorable. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

BOD– Ketu 4 years 6months 11 days

Education -masters degree Lagna Sun Moon Mars Mer Jup(R) Venus(R) Sat Rahu Ketu

27.01 18.09 4.37 18.43 13.22 0.27 5.19 5.14 1.15 1.15

Punarvasu P.Phalguni Magha Rohini Hasta Ashwini Magha Pushya Vishakha Kritika

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Research debilitated in the twelfth house. Lagna in hemmed between malefic planets. lagna lord Mercury is exalted in the fourth house and forming bhadra mahapurush yoga but afflicted by the aspect of Saturn and Ketu. Mercury is in the Hasta constellation lord of this constellation is Moon, it is weak in pakshabala posited with Sun being dispositor of Saturn and also aspected by Mars. No benefic aspect on lagna or lagna lord. 7th house lord is Jupiter posited in the 11th house. Jupiter though vargottama but it is retrograde and in the constellation of Ketu and it is at the 0 degree in gandanta. Ketu is posited in the twelfth house. Jupiter aspects 7th house but Jupiter itself is very weak. . Venus the significator of seventh house is in the constellation of Ketu and it is retrograde also. Ketu is debilitated in the twelfth house. Venus is in the sign Leo with Sun. Venus though vargottama in the sign Leo and the position of Venus in Leo in the horosope is not considered favorable for marriage. Venus is retrograde and comust and in the close conjunction with Moon. Venus is in the constellation of Ketu. Mars is posited in the navmansha lagna and the lord of the navmansha lagna is Mercury which is posited in the 12th house with Moon and Venus. There are three planets in the twelfth house in navamansha chart. Planets in the 12th house of Navmansha are not considered favorable for marriage. Jupiter is Darakaraka who is at 0 degree, retrograde, in the constellation of Ketu and in gandanta. Moon is weak in paksha bala.Moon is in the constellation of Ketu. Samghatika Nakshatra is Shatbhisha and its lord is Rahu. Rahu is posited in the sixth house and it is debilitated in the sign Scorpio. Rahu is posited in the Vishakha nakshatra whose lord is Jupiter it is weak and in gandanta. The dispositor or Rahu is Mars posited in twelfth house in Rahu Ketu axis. Hence no marriage. Between the age of 20 to 30 there was planetary period of Venus and Sun. Both are posited in the royal sign Leo so in this age preference was career rather than marriage. The position of Venus in the sign Leo is not considered very favorable for marriage. Thus in this horoscope majority of the planets are in the constellation of debilitated Ketu which is posited in the twelfth house. Twelfth house position of Ketu is not conducive for marriage.

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a settled down. She has two children one boy and one girl. Here we will see mixed effect in the chart. There is benefic as well as malefic effect on the significator houses and their lords. DOB : 31.10.1965, 13.15, Delhi D-1 12

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17.06 14.18 3.07 26.10 3.59 7.43 0.43 17.16 11.36 11.36

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Lagna is in the constellation of Moon who is 7th house lord. Moon is posited in lagna itself. Moon is in the constellation of Sun the lord of 8th house and inimical to lagna lord. 7th house lord Moon is in the lagna and in the constellation of Sun. There is no affliction to 7th house and the lord of the 7th house. 7th house is aspected by its lord Moon posited in lagna. But Moon the lord of 7th house is in the constellation of Sun which is debilitated and 8th house lord and in the constellation of Rahu Venus is in the 12th house and Jupiter its dispositor aspects it. Jupiter is retrograde. Venus is in baal avastha at 0 degree in gandanta and dispositor of Rahu, Mars and Ketu. Venus is in the constellation of Ketu which is exalted in tenth house. Jupiter posited in the seventh house of the navmansha chart and aspects Navmansha lagna. Mercury the lord of navmansha lagna is afflicted by the aspect of Sun, Mars and Rahu. Saturn and Rahu aspects 7th house and its lord Jupiter. Venus is Darakaraka who is at 0 degree and in the constellation of Ketu in gandanta and in the infant stage. Venus is in the Rahu Ketu axis in the navmansha chart. Venus is in the constellation of AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012


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a Ketu which is exalted in the tenth house. Which gave association with the spouse at work place. Moon is in inimical sign in lagna and the constellation lord of Moon is Sun and it is debilitated but posited in 10th house from lagna. Thus there is cancellation of debilitation of Sun. Sanghatika Nakshatra is Pushya. The lord of this nakshatra is Saturn. Saturn is in the shatbhisha nakshatra whose lord is Rahu. The position of exalted Rahu in the fifth house which denotes love affairs gave association and marriage with foreigner. There was Rahu dasha operating between 20 to 30 years of age.

Chart no. 3 (Unmarried) This is a chart of a lady who belongs to a very affluent family. She was running a boutique which has recently been closed. She is looking for a match without any success. She has a master’s degree. DOB : 20.1.1974, 18.15, Delhi D-1 6

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BOD : Ketu 4 years 4months 4 days Lagna 12.48 Pushya Sun 6.35 U. Shada Moon 5.00 Moola Mars 17.05 Bharni Mer 13.55 Shravana Jup 25.19 Dhanistha Venus 12.02 Sravana Sat 5.35 Mrigshira Rahu 4.55 Moola Ketu 4.55 Mrigshira Lagna is Cancer and in the constellation of Saturn who is the lord of the 7th house. lagna lord Moon is weak and afflicted it is in the Rahu Ketu axis and aspected by Saturn. Lagna lord is in the constellation of Ketu who is posited in the 12th house along with Saturn. Saturn the 7 th house lord is in close conjunction of less than one degree with Ketu. Moon the lord of lagna is in close conjunction of less than one degree with Rahu in the sixth house. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012

Multiple planets in the 7th house. 7th house lord is Saturn which is in the 12th house in close conunction of less than one degree with Rahu. Saturn the lord of seventh house and Venus the significator of 7th house both are retrograde in the horoscope.. The lord of the navmansha lagna is in the seventh house of the navmansha chart. 7th lord of the navmansha chart is in the 12th house in the inimical sign. Moon the lord of the lagna is heavily afflicted in navmansha chart. Moon is posited in the 8th house, it is in the Rahu Ketu axis, aspected by Saturn and posited with the lord of 12th house Mercury. The lord of the navmansha lagna Venus is retrograde. 2nd house and 7th house lord Mars is posited in the 12th house in the navmansha chart. Moon is Darakaraka and in the constellation moola whose lord is Ketu. Moon is afflicted with the Rahu Ketu axis and Saturn aspects it in the natal chart and the same affliction is there in the navmansha chart. Moon is not strong in pakshabala..Ketu in the twelfth house. Lagna lord Moon and seventh house lord Saturn are in close conjunction of less than one degree with Rahu and Ketu. Samghatika Nakshatra is Ardra whose lord is Rahu. Rahu is in close conjunction of Moon in sixth house and in the nakshatra of Ketu. Ketu is posited in the twelfth house in close conjunction with Saturn. Venus the significator of marriage is in planetary war with twelfth house lord Mercury. There was planetary period of Venus and Sun between the age of 20 to 30. Both are posited in the 7th house. There is heavy affliction to 7th house lord Saturn with Rahu and Ketu Saturn is posited with Ketu with a distance of less than one degree in twelfth house. Affliction to seventh house lord Saturn and the position of darakarak and Venus in the constellation of Ketu denies marriage because ketu is posited in twelfth house.

Chart no. 4 (Married to divorcee) She belongs to a rich family. Father has risen from a very low status. she got married to divorcee son of a very high profile political leader. She is graduate and has done a diploma in fashion technology. Lagna Sun Moon Mars(R) Mer Jup(R) Venus Sat Rahu Ketu

13.17 9.11 16.41 5.17 7.03 14.35 6.35 25.22 17.27 17.27

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DOB : 26.10.1974, 17.50, Delhi D-1 D-9 3 Sa

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Daughter of a very senior government officer.Got married to a divorcee at the age of 42.Master in foreign language.PH.D. and MBA from a foreign university. Lagna

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Shatbhisha

Sun Moon Mars (R) Mer(RC) Jup Venus(C) Sat(C) Rahu Ketu

23.29 3.27 24.07 2529 26.13 00.12 3.30 27.35 27.35

Jyeshtha Anuradha Bharani Jyeshtha Vishakha Moola Moola Chitra Revati

DOB : 9.12.1958, 12.16, Delhi

There is planetary war between Lagna lord Mars and seventh house lord Venus in the seventh house. Multiple planets in 7th house , 7th house lord Venus is in the seventh house but 7th house lord Venus is combust and defeated in planetary war with Mars. No malefic aspect on the 12th house and 12th lord Jupiter is well placed with fourth house lord Moon in eleventh house forming gaj kesari yoga. But this yoga is formed in bhadhak house. Navmansha lagna lord is well posited in the ninth house of the navmansha chart. Saturn aspects the lagna of navmansha chart. Venus the significator of marriage is afflicted with the association of Mars and the aspect of Saturn. Mars is Darakaraka who is in its own constellation but it is combust and it is in planetary war with Venus. Moon is strong in paksha bala, in its own constellation and forming gaj kesari yoga with Jupiter but posited in bhadhak house. Samghatika Nakshatra is Uttara Phalguni .whose lord is Sun debilitated in the seventh house in shravana nakshatra lord of this nakshatra is Moon posited in bhadhak house aspected by bhadhak house lord Saturn but forming gajkesari yoga with Jupiter hence gave marriage but with a divorcee. Moon and Jupiter both are forming gaj kesari yoga in the eleventh house of gains so she married to an affluent businessmen. Operating planetary period between the age or 20 to 30 was Saturn. Saturn is posited in the third house being dispositor of Jupiter and posited in the third house and it has aspect of Jupiter. No malefic aspect on Saturn. Its dispositor Mercury is in the seventh house in planetary war with the significator of marriage Venus. 26

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BOD : Saturn 18 years 9months 2 days Lagna is in the constellation of Rahu. Two planets mars and Mercury are retrograde. Lagna lord Saturn is well posited with Venus which is yogakarak’ for this chart but both of these planets are combust and in gandanta in the sign Sagittarius in the nakshatra of Ketu. There is no benefic or malefic aspect on the 7th house. 7th house lord is in the 10th house with the 6th house lord Moon and the 8th house lord Mercury. Navmansha lagna is in the Rahu Ketu axis and the lord of the navmansha lagna is Jupiter which is posited with Saturn and Mars and Rahu aspect it. Rahu in 7th house in navmansha chart and 7th house lord Mercury in the navmansha chart is retrograde and posited in the 12th house along with Sun. Venus is Darakaraka who is at the 0 degree in the infant stage in gandanta and in the constellation of Ketu. Moon is debilitated and weak in pakshabala and posited with 8th house lord Mercury who is dispositor of Rahu also. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012


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a Samghatika nakshatra is Rohini whose lord is Moon is debilitated in tenth house it is weak in pakshabala. Moon is in bharini nakshatra whose lord Venus is combust and in infant stage and in gandanta. Operating planetary period between the age 20 to 30 was of Mercury which is heavely afflicted in the horoscope. Mercury itself is in deep combust, in the inimical sign but in the nakshatra Jyestha whose lord is Mercury itself and it is posited with seventh house lord Sun,in shubh kartari of Jupiter and Venus also. So during the period of Mercury there was marriage with a divorcee.

Chart no. 6(Male) (Unmarried) Comes from an affluent family, Education up to B.A. Doing business in crores. DOB : 25.11.1975, 15.45, Delhi D-1 D-9 3 Ma

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10.41 8.59 27.52 6.34 7.02 21.37 23.23 9.20 28.12 28.12

Ashwani Anuradha Ashlesha Mrigsira Anuradha Revati Chitra Pushya Vishakha Kritika

Lagna is in the constellation of Ketu. Jupiter and lagna lord Mars is retrograde. Lagna in the Rahu Ketu axis. Saturn aspects lagna Lord Mars in the inimical sign. 7th house in the Rahu Ketu axis. 7th house lord Venus is debilitated in the sixth house. Jupiter and Mars and Saturn aspect seventh house. Jupiter aspects navmansha lagna and posited in the seventh house of navmansha chart and the lord of the navmansha lagna is Moon which is well posited in the ninth house of navmansha chart. This is a good indication for marriage. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012

Mars is Darakaraka in its own constellation and it is retrograde. Mars is in inimical sign in the natal chart but in its own sign in navmansha. Moon is posited with Saturn in the constellation Jyestha whose lord is Mercury which is in deep combution and posited in the 8th house in inimical sign. Samghatika Nakshatra is Dhanistha and its lord is Mars. Mars is retrograde, its dispositor Mercury is in deep combustion in 8th house. Mars is in its own nakshatra mrigsira. But there is no strength in Mercury the dispositor of Mars. Mars is in its own sign in navmansha. Operating planetary period between 20 to 30 years was of Venus. It is debilitated in the sixth house being lord of the seventh house it is significator of marriage but it is debilitated, it is dispositor of Rahu and Mars and Saturn aspects it. Dispositor of Venus is Mercury in the eighth house in inimical sign and in deep combustion. Thus heavy affliction to Venus denied marriage during its planetary period. But Venus is in the constellation of lagna lord Mars. Mars is retrograde in the third house and in its own constellation so in the planetary period of Venus, he got good endeavour, initiative, name, fame and money.

Chart No. 7(unmarried) Comes from a business family, Master in science. Doing an export business DOB : 17.10.1959, 8.35, Bombay D-1 Ju 8

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Research Lagna is in the constellation of Jupiter who is 3rd house and 6th house lord. Lagna lord Venus in the 11th house in the inimical sign in the sign Leo and the position of Venus in the sign Leo is not conducive for marriage.. Mercury the lord if 12th house is posited in lagna. Mercury and Mars posited in lagna. Mercury is in lagna being dispositor of Sun and Rahu. The lord of the seventh house Mars is posited in the ascendant along with the lord of the 12th house Mercury. 7th house lord Mars in lagna and it is combust. Saturn is posited in the lagna of navmansha chart and the lord of the navmansha lagna. Mercury is debilitated. There is aspect of Saturn and Rahu on 7th house of navmansha chart. Mars is Darakaraka and seventh house lord and it is posited in its own constellation. Mars is combust. Mars is in the inimical sign in the natal lagna and posited with 12 house lord Mercury which is the dispositor of Sun and Rahu. Dispositor of Mars is Venus Vargottama in the sign Leo and posited in bhadhak house. Moon is strong in pakshabala and exalted in Navmansha. But it is in the nakshatra of Ketu and ketu is posited in the sixth house. Moon is exalted in the twelfth house of navmansha chart. Samghatika Nakshatra is Vishakah whose lord is Jupiter. Jupiter is in Anuradha nakshatra whose lord is Saturn.Saturn is in Moola nakshatra and its lord is Ketu posited in the sixth house. Jupiter is hemmed between two malefic planets Mars and Saturn and it is posited in the second house being dispositor of Saturn and Ketu. Saturn is in navmansha lagna aspected by Mars and Ketu. Operating planetary period between 20 to 30 years was of Venus and Sun. Venus is in the sign Leo and it is Vargottama in its own constellation purva phalguni but no strength in its dispositor Sun, the position of Venus in the sign Leo is not conducive for marriage. Sun is in the twelfth house at 29.42 degrees alongwith Rahu. There is birth on sankaranti day and no strength in Sun. Sun and Rahu afflicting twelfth house.

Chart No. 8 ( delayed marriage) Belongs to a middle class family, Education up to graduation. Lagna Sun Moon Mars(R) Mer Jup 28

12.13 1.04 14.00 28.49 11.13 21.17

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18.16 8.30 26.31 26.31

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BOD : Moon 6 years 11months 7 days Lagna in the constellation of Moon and moon is the lord of the 7th house.Lagna lord Saturn in the seventh house is retrograde. Two planets Saturn and Mars are retrograde in the chart. No affliction to lagna and lagna lord Saturn aspects lagna from seventh house. Retrograde Saturn, the lord of lagna is posited in the 7th house. Jupiter is aspects 7th house. 7th house lord Moon is exalted in the fifth house, posited in trikona and it is in its own constellation. 7th house lorrd moon is exalted and vargottama and in its own constellation. Navmansha lord mars is posited with Saturn but the position of exalted Moon in the second house and exalted Venus in the twelfth house indicates possibility of marriage. Sun is Darakaraka who is in the constellation of Ketu and posited in the 12th house in the natal chart. Mars and Ketu aspects Sun. Sun is in infant avastha and in gandanta at 1.4 degree in moola nakshatra. Darakaraka is exalted in the navmansha lagna and it is in the shubhkartari. This improved position of Darakaraka in the navmansha chart and indicates possibility of delayed marriage. Moon is vargottama and exalted and it is posited in its own constellation. Here Moon is strong. But it is associated with bhadkesh Mars in the natal chart and in the papkartari in navmansha chart. This again indicates a case of delayed marriage. Samghatika Nakshatra is Moola. Whose lord is Ketu posited in the fourth house. Ketu is in bharini nakshatra whose lord is Venus. Venus is well posited in the tenth house in its mool trikon. Venus exalted in Navamansha but aspect of Mars, Saturn and Ketu on it. AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012


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a Operating planetary period between 20 to 30 years was of Rahu. Rahu is in the tenth house with tenth house lord Venus. This indicates inclination towards profession rather than marriage during this period. Thus Rahu gave a business with foreigners i.e. export business during its period.

Chart No. 9 (Unmarried) Belongs to a upper middle class family. Education up to graduation. Lagna Sun Moon Mars Mer Jup (R) Venus Sat(R) Rahu Ketu

22.32 2.50 26.00 4.50 21.49 16.55 18.20 13.22 14.28 14.28

Revati Magha Revati Mrigsira P.Phalguni Shatbhisha Hasta Shravana Pushya Shravana

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Operating planetary period between 20 to 30 years was of Venus, it is debilitated and posited in the bhadhak house from lagna as well as from Moon in the seventh house forming karako bhava nasha yoga.

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Samghatika Nakshatra is Swati. The lord of this nakshatra is Rahu which is in fifth house in the pushya nakshatra. Whose lord Saturn is in the eleventh house afflicted by Rahu Ketu axis and Mars.Saturn is in close conjunction with Ketu with less than one degree. Saturn is the lord of navmansha lagna and it is afflicted with Mars, Rahu and Ketu.

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BOD : Mercury 5 yrs 0 months 10 days Lagna is in the constellation Revati. Mercury the lord of the seventh house is the lord of this constellation. Moon the lord of the fifth house is posited in the lagna being dispositor of Rahu, Saturn aspects lagna. The lord of the lagna Jupiter is posited in the 12th house. Lagna lord Jupiter and Saturn are retrograde in this chart. Debilitated Venus is posited in the 7th house from lagna as well as from Moon lagna forming karako bhava nashaya yoga. The lord of the 7th house Mercury is posited in the 6th house along with the Sun, the lord of the 6th house. Saturn the lord of the 12th house is retrograde and in the Rahu Ketu axis. Saturn and Ketu are in close conjunction of less than one degree. Sun is Darakaraka who is posited in the constellation of Ketu it is in gandanta. Though it is in its own sign AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology ď Ź Jul.-Sep. 2012

Conclusion : While judging horoscope for marriage an astrologer should not only consider the planets and house which signify marriage but he should also consider the nakshatras and the lord of the nakshatras in which these significator planets are posited. With this we can analyze horoscopes in depth which can enable to an astrologer to give more accurate predictions about marriage. Weak and afflicted darakarak delays or denies marriage. The analysis of Samghatika nakshatra which is 16th nakshatra from janma nakshatra in 28 nakshatra system, its lord and the nakshatra in which the lord of this nakshatra is posited can give an important clue for inclinations, associations and marital relations of the native. Operating planetary period between 20 to 30 years is very important if there is dasha of a weak and afflicted planet which denotes marriage during this age it can delay marriage or can give trouble in marriage. When the planets which signify marriage in horoscope are in planetary war or in gandanta they can delay or deny marriage. With these above mentioned points if the Moon is weak and afflicted in the horoscope or there is birth on Amavaysa or on Sankranti day it can delay or deny marriage. 29


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Chara Karaka Scheme No Longer a Mystery Buddhike Sri Harsha Indrasena, Sri Lanka

Charakaraka system is a powerful yet simple method of predicting horoscopes. The main drawback in the application of Charakarakas is lack of clarity. There are at least four versions of the Charakaraka system in practice. The problem lies behind incomplete understanding of the topic given in ancient texts. Given below are the existing schemes proposed by modern astrologers. 1. K.N. Rao – Always seven Charakarakas without Pitru Karaka(1) 2. Sanjay Rath – Always eight Charakarakas for living beings 3. Always seven Chara Karakas with Putra Karaka merged with Matru Karaka(2) 4. P V R Narasimha Rao - Mixed 7/8 Charakarakas combining Matru and Putra Karakas when seven planets are considered(3) In practice I have found that none of the above schemes consistently gives correct results. Instead I explain a refined approach to mixed 7/8 Charakaraka scheme of Parasara merging Matrukaraka and Pitrukaraka. The English translation of BPHS available to me on Internet giv es the f ollowing descripti on f or Charakarakas in Chapter 32. 1-2. I now detail below Atma Karak etc., obtainable from among the 7 Grahas, viz. Sûrya to Úani. Some say, that Rahu will become a Karak, when there is a state of similarity in terms of longitude between (two) Grahas. Yet some say, that the 8 Grahas, including Rahu, will have to be considered irrespective of such a state. 3-8. Atma Karak Defined. Among the Grahas from Sûrya etc. whichever has traversed maximum number of degrees in a particular Râúi is called Atma Karak. If the degrees are identical, then the one with more minutes of arc and, if the minutes are also identical, then the one with higher seconds of arc, have to be considered. 30

13-17. Other Karakas. The Graha next to Atma Karak in terms of longitude is called Amatya Karak. Similarly following one another in terms of longitude are Bhratru Karak, Matru Karak, Pitru Karak, Putr Karak, Gnati Karak and Stri Karak. These are Char Karakas, or inconstant significators. Some consider Matru Karak and Putr Karak, as identical. If two Grahas have the same longitude, both become the same Karak, in which case there will be a deficit of one Karak. In that circumstance consider constant significator in the context of benefic/malefic influence for the concerned relative. 18-21. Constant Karakatwas. I narrate below the constant Karakatwas, as related to the Grahas. The stronger among Sûrya and Úukr indicates the father, while the stronger among Chandra and Mangal indicates the mother. Mangal denotes sister, brotherin-law, younger brother and mother. Budh rules maternal relative, while Guru indicates paternal grand father. Husband and sons are, respectively, denoted by Œukr and Œani. From Ketu note wife, father, mother, parents-in law and maternal grand father. These are constant Karakatwas. Explanation of Stanzas 1-2 According to the translation, “some” say, that Rahu will become a Karak, when there is a state of similarity in terms of longitude between (two) Grahas. Yet “some” say, that the 8 Grahas, including Rahu, will have to be considered irrespective of such a state. In Jaimini Sutra the same thing has been mentioned; Sapthaanaamashtaanaan wa. Author: First variation seems to be more logical. Seven planets are used in ordinary circumstances. collective term to describe mother and father as “parents”; in Sinhalese it is “Demawpiyo”. Therefore the order of Karakatwas when only seven planets are considered is as follows: 1. Atmakaraka, 2. Amatyakaraka 3. Bhatrukaraka, 4. Matrukaraka 5. Putrakaraka, 6. Gnatikaraka, 7. Darakaraka AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


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Mercury Jupiter(R) Venus Saturn Rahu

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AK GK DK AmK

25 13 2 24 22

Vi Ar Li Vi Sc

02' 29' 44' 45' 55'

44.22" 33.53" 28.62" 45.22" 38.03"

Only seven planets are considered for Karakatwas. MK and PiK are merged and go to one planet. PK remains as a separate portfolio. Example 2: Two planets competing for Atmakaraka

2. Thasyanu Saranaath Amaathyah: Amatyakaraka (minister)

Sun

- BK

18

Vi

25'

53.37"

Moon

- MK

17

Cp

58'

53.40"

3. Thasya Bhratha: Bhatrukaraka (siblings)

Mars

- PiK

15

Cn

55'

31.48"

4. Matrukaraka-Pitrukaraka

Mercury

- AmK

24

Vi

16'

40.64"

a. Thasya Matha: Matrukaraka (mother)

Jupiter (R) - PK

13

Ar

32'

37.83"

b. Thasya Pita: Pitrukaraka (father)

Venus

- DK

2

Li

10'

16.87"

5. Thasya Puthrah: Putrakaraka (children)

Saturn

- AK

24

Vi

42'

24.45"

6. Thasya Gnathih: Gnatikaraka (relatives)

Rahu

- GK

22

Sc

57'

05.47"

7. Thasya Darashwe: Darakaraka (spouse)

All eight planets are considered. All eight portfolios are considered separately.

The fourth portfolio (Matru-Pitrukaraka) in the previous list (of seven planets) has been rightly split into two sub portfolios and will be distributed between two planets. Explanation of Stanzas 18-21 Parasara: Constant Karakas have been explained in these stanzas. In stanzas 17 and 18 he says Constant Karaka should be used when two planets compete for one Karakatwa owing to placement in the same degree. Author: Given below are the Constant Karakas (or Sthira Karakas) for respective portfolios. There is no need to consider Constant Karaka for Atmakarak (AK) and Darakaraka (DK) portfolios. Amatyakaraka (AmK) – Mercury Bhatrukaraka (BK) – Mars Matrukaraka (MK) – Stronger planet in Shadbala strength between Moon and Mars Pitrukaraka (PiK) – Stronger planet in Shadbala strength between Sun and Venus Putrakaraka (PK) – Saturn Gnatikaraka (GK) – Mercury

Example 3: Three planets in the highest degree Sun

- MK

Moon

22

Le

39'

35.08"

29

Cp

10'

08.04"

29

Ge

58'

47.90"

7

Le

05'

Mars

- AK

Mercury 01.89"

- AmK/GK

Jupiter(R) - PK

15

Ar

33'

20.04"

Venus

- BK

29

Le

26'

35.95"

Saturn

- PiK

21

Vi

36'

11.76"

Rahu

- DK

24

Sc

20'

49.11"

Mars and Venus compete for AK and Mars wins. Venus should have got AmK but Moon also competes for AmK. Therefore AmK portfolio goes to Constant Karaka i.e. Mercury. Venus gets next portfolio of BK instead. Moon does not get BK because its longitudes are less than Venus. Example 4: Two planets in the same degree competing for the same portfolio Sun

- PiK

14

Vi

29'

32.42"

Example 1: All seven true planets in different degrees

Moon

- AmK

25

Sc

45'

14.12"

Sun Moon Mars

13

Cn

34'

25.45"

Mercury

- MK

17

Vi

27'

16.03"

Jupiter(R) - GK

13

Ar

58'

16.34"

Examples - MK/PiK 18 - BK 23 - PK 16

Vi Cp Cn

53' 40' 11'

00.08" 16.09" 35.20"

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- AK

27

Vi

11'

50.03"

Saturn

- BK/PK 24

Vi

13'

16.96"

Rahu

- DK

Sc

09'

48.55"

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Sun Moon Mars Mercury

GK DK PiK AmK

6 3 21 28

Cn Sg Cn Cn

38' 23' 39' 12'

04.08" 16.85" 04.79" 39.61"

6

Sg

03'

30.58"

Both Mars and Jupiter compete for PK portfolio. Therefore PK portfolio goes to the Constant Karaka of sons i.e. Saturn. The winner, Jupiter, obtains next portfolio in the list i.e. GK. Since Mars is less in minutes he fails to secure GK portfolio.

Jupiter(R)

Example 5: Three planets in the same degree

Example 8: Rahu becoming Amatyakaraka

Sun

- PiK/GK 13

Vi

37'

54.05"

Moon

13

Sc

30'

41.10"

Mars

13

Cn

03'

20.40"

- BK

15

Vi

55'

53.36"

Jupiter(R) - MK

14

Ar

03'

35.16"

Venus

- AK

26

Vi

06'

32.79"

Saturn

- Amk/PK 24

Vi

06'

56.05"

Rahu

- DK

Sc

12'

35.48"

Mercury

23

Three planets, Sun, Moon and Mars compete for two portfolios PK and PiK. Therefore PK and PiK portfolios go to Constant Karakas. Sun has the highest longitude so he wins the next portfolio i.e. GK. Both Moon and Mars fail to get any portfolio.

Venus

BK

27

Ta

40'

25.09"

Saturn

MK/PK

22

Ta

22'

53.34"

Rahu

AK

1

Cp

45'

13.02"

This is possible if two or more true planets share the same degree and Rahu’s longitude is the second highest of all planets. Sun

AK

28

Aq

56'

14.45"

Moon

PiK

15

Sg

18'

43.06"

Mars

DK

0

Aq

56'

36.89"

Mercury

BK/GK

26

Aq

36'

28.40"

Jupiter

PK

2

Ta

08'

21.95"

Venus

0

Ar

20'

07.39"

Saturn(R) MK

16

Cn

33'

24.76"

Rahu

1

Li

58'

32.75"

AmK

Example 6: Three planets in the same degree Sun

15

Le

23'

12.88"

Moon

20

Li

12'

46.32"

Mars

AmK/BK/MK 25

Ge

15'

35.09"

Mercury

- AK

27

Cn

17'

15.96"

Jupiter (R) - GK

15

Ar

44'

08.41"

Venus

20

Le

08'

10.39"

Saturn

- PiK/PK 20

Vi

46'

52.07"

Rahu

- DK

Sc

44'

39.89"

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A Revisit to Ashtakavarga Er. O.D. Mande, Delhi

planets of a horoscope do not and cannot act in isolation. In fact they influence one another in a variety of ways viz. conjuction , aspects , argala , ashtakavarga etc. A planet can give his result only in as much measure as the other planets would co-operate with it. In other words the native , at all times , experiences the resultant effect of all planets. The extent to which planets influence one another is a matter of qualitative judgement except in case of ashtakavarga which puts the planetary interplay into a well defined system. The books on astrology contain information about the effects of planets in different houses or signs. It is quite common to see astrologers engaged in lengthy discussions on this issue , each one trying to justify his(her) viewpoint on the basis of own study/ experience. However, the fact remains that planets of a horoscope do not and cannot act in isolation. In fact they influence one another in a variety of ways viz. conjuction , aspects , argala , ashtakavarga etc. A planet can give his result only in as much measure as the other planets would co-operate with it. In other words the native , at all times , experiences the resultant effect of all planets. The extent to which planets influence one another is a matter of qualitative judgement except in case of ashtakavarga which puts the planetary interplay into a well defined system. The Classics hav e specif ied the houses of Bhinnashtakavarga(BAV) of each planet which are influenced by all planets by way of contribution of “bindus” ( benefic influence) and “rekhas “ -malefic influence. For example,in Sun’s BAV, he contributes one bindu (point) each in the first ,second , fourth , seventh. eighth , ninth , tenth and eleventh house from his own position while Moon contributes points in third ,sixth , tenth and eleventh house from her own position and so on. The Ascendant also contributes points in the specified houses of each BAV . By summing up the scores in all BAVs one gets Sarvashtakavarga (SAV) which shows the overall strengths of houses and planets. Such a “democratic approach “ is not seen in any other branch of astrology. In the classical system mentioned above each planet , irrespective of own strength , is treated as capable of exerting uniform influence by contributing one point each in the specified houses. The author feels this AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

simplistic approach is not accurate. A stronger planet is capable of exerting great er inf luence, commensurate with own strength, and this should reflect in his contribution to the specified houses of ashtakavarga. This immediately raises a question ; which strength parameter should be used, avasthas , shadbal or vimshopakbal ? The author has discussed this issue in his paper “ A Relook at Some Jyotish Basics “( published in the Research Journal of Jul-Sept 2011) and given a simple formula to work out the resultant or effective strength of planet as follows. (i) Assign weightages to Baladi avasthas i.e. Bal 0.25 , Kumar 0.50 , Yuva 1.0 ,Vriddha 0.25 & Mrit 0.10 (ii)Assign weightages to Deeptadi avasthas also i.e Deepta 1.0 , Swastha 0.9 , Mudita 0.8 , Shanta 0.7 , Din 0.6 , Vikala 0.5 , Dukhita 0.4, Khal 0,3 & Kop 0.2 (iii)Suppose a planet is Bal avastha ( weightage 0.25) and also in Din avastha ( weightage 0.6) . The mean weight age comes to 0.425. Knowing the planet’s shadbal (say 170% ) and vimshopakbal (say 60% ) it’s resultant or effective strength can be taken as 0.425x 170x60 i.e . 43.3%The author feels , the effective strength parameter of planet estimated thus should be adopted for ashtakavarga computation. In other words, a planet having 43.3% effective strength would contribute 0.43 point in the specified houses of the ashtakavarga whereas another planet having a different effective strength ,say 111% , would contribute 1.11 points in the specified houses . However, the Ascendant will continue to contribute 1 point in the specified houses as in the conventional BAVs . This procedure is expected to reduce the scores in BAVs considerably and consequently in SAV too because the effective strengths of the majority planets would 33


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be found to be below 100% . The total score in SAV would also go below 337 considerably. In view of this strong possibility , the author has suggested application of appropriate correction in order to bring the total score of planetary strength based SAV on par with that of conventional SAV. The procedure is best illustrated with example horoscopes. Example 1 : Albert Einstein March 14 , 1979 11.30 ( 0.40 East) 100 E 0’ , 480 N 24' The Birth chart , SAV chart and BAV & PAV charts of Sun are shown below. The Sun is in Mrit avastha ( weightage 0.1) and also Birth Chart ( D-1) KeA11 (Ul) 4 HL 5 A5 6 AL 7 PP A3

These figures get modified as 0.43 ,0.50 , and 0.58 respectively making a total of 1.51, In the fourth house the contributions of Sun , Moon , Venus, Mars, Ascendant and Saturn get modified as 0.58, 0.53, 0.57,0.36, 1.0and0.5 point respectively , giving the total figure as 3.54.

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The points thus worked out in the twelve houses (with figures of the conventional BAV shown in brackets) are as follows — 1.51(3) , 1.04( 3), 2.14(5), 3.54(6) , 1.29(4), 2.69( 5) , 1.76( 4) 2.22(5) 1.18(3), 2.08(3), 2.97(5) and 1.25(2). The author has done these computations manually as, to his knowledge, no existing astrology software has this facility. He has similarly worked out new BAVs for Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn also. By summing up the figures of new BAVs , the new SAV has been arrived at. The figures in the twelve houses of the

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3 5

24

30

25

Bhinnashtakavarga (BAV) of Sun

22

30

6 20

4

Prastaar Ashtakavarga (PAV) of Sun Me A s Me Ju Ju A s Ma Sa Me Ma Mo Su Ma Sa Ve Su Su Su Mo As Sa MoVe A s MaSa Sa A s Me Ju Ve JuSu Sa MaMe Ma A s MaSa MaMe Su SuSa SuMeMo

A

34

3

2 5 3

A

3

4 5

40

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PP 12

2 SA

A9 Gk 10 9 A10 A11 8

Ke Md 11 A s A8

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33

31 11 32

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42

6 3

29

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29

Bhinnashtakavarga (BAV) of Sun

6 21

4

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A

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4 5

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3

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using these figures. By summing up the figures of new BAVs the new SAV has been arrived at . The figures in the twelve houses of new SAV ( with conventional SAV figures in brackets ) are as follows :- 16.39(31), 11.85(27), 12.68(26), 16.81(32), 12.34(29), 19,95(42), 10.03(24), 8.70(20), 8.37(21), 15.79(29), 17.65(33) and 10.98(23). The total of new SAV scores is 161.54 as against 337 in the conventional SAV. Therefore the figures in new SAV need to be modified using a coefficient 337/161.54 i.e. 2.086. The figures of new SAV thus modified are as follows:- 34.19(31), 24.71(27), 26.45(26), 35.06(32), 25.74(29), 41.62(42), 20.92(24), 18.15(20), 17.46(21), 32.94(29), 36.82(33) and 22.90(23). It can be seen that significant changes have occurred in SAV scores of all houses except third, sixth and twelfth. Secondaly, the least score occurs in the ninth house of new SAV as against eighth house of the conventional SAV. Summary and and Conclusion:— In Albert Einstein’s SAV chart the eighth house of research is exceptionally strong with 40 points, which is no surprise in the chart of this great physicist. The break up of conventional SAV shows that 7 points each have been contributed by Sun and Mecury followed by 6 points each by Venus and Saturn , 5 points by Moon and so on. But the new SAV proposed by the author shows that Sun (energy ,fame, recognition) has contributed 8.13 points ,followed by Veuns( intelligence—Ve being fifth lord) 6.85 points , Saturn( hard work) 6.01 points , Moon( mind ) 5.31 poins but Mercury( Lagnesh and fourth lord ) only 1.75 points and so on. His name has become synonymous with the famous equation (E=mc2 ) showing relation between energy and matter, developed by him. But it is said that Einstein was not considered a very brilliant student of high calibre in schooldays, which can be attributed to weak fourth lord . In Amitabh Bachchan’s Ashtakavarga analysis as proposed by the author, exalted Mercury ( karak for speech ) has emerged as the strongest planet followed by exalted Jupiter(second lord ) also signifying speech. So it is no wonder that his name has become synonymous with rich voice and excellent dialogue delivery. A new approach to Ashtakavarga has been suggested by the author in this paper. This approach takes into account the effective strengths of planets and hence the SAVs and BAVs worked out accordingly would be better indicators of strengths of houses and planets as illustrated with two examples in the paper. This can open a new vast area of research . For this it would be essential to have a revised astrology software capable of doing the rerquisite computations . 35


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How a Palmist can Help a Person to take Control of his life M.K. Chattopadhyay, Bangalore Even though the science of palmistry had started in India, this science is quite popular and also practiced in other far east Asian countries like China, Japan, and in today’s age it is also picking up its popularity in European and American countries. In spite of facing several criticisms and misconstrue, this science has become so popular around the world that today it has become a subject for scientific research. Background : In the beginning of the world history, Indian sages (Aryans) found out that it was possible to study the hidden abilities, motive power, merits and demerits in the character, health, education, nature of profession, conjugal life, etc. of a person by reading and analysing marks, signs, lines all over the body. There has been a lot of discussion about the art and science of palmistry. No one is very sure about how and where this scripture of palmistry originated from. But according to ancient scholars and masters of palmistry, India is the land of origin for this science. It is believed that a Rishi named “Samudra” collected innumerable information and data from different places and countries relevant to this subject and arranged them statistically and systematically which is also known as “Samudrik Shastra” named after him. Amongst various other beliefs related to palmistry, it is also said that this science was limited to only a specific section of the society mainly nomads or gypsies. Their types of predictions were not systematic and scientific. Even though the science of palmistry had started in India, this science is quite popular and also practiced in other far east Asian countries like China, Japan, and in today’s age it is also picking up its popularity in European and American countries. In spite of facing several criticisms and misconstrue, this science has become so popular around the world that today it has become a subject for scientific research. Outstanding practitioners like Cheiro, Benham, St. German and Fred Getting from the western countries, and K.C. Sen, Mihiracharya, L.R. Chowdhury and many others proved this to be a science based on statistics and system. Definition: Palmistry is a technique or process of predicting the past, present and future of a person by studying and analyzing the marks, signs, and lines 36

on the palms or hands, thumbs, fingers and nails. It has two systems: 1. Eastern system or Samudrika Sastra 2. Western system Eastern System or Samudrika Sastra is made of three branches: a) Cheirognomy deals with fingers, nails, mounts, etc and shape of the hand b) Cheiromancy deals with lines and marks on the palm. c) Physiognomy deals with different body parts. Western system consists of two branches: a) Cheirognomy, deals with shape of the hand, fingers and nails. b) Cheiromancy interprets the lines and marks on the hand. In Greek word Cheiro means hand. Manteia means divination, gnome means understanding. Objective: To provide useful advice and offer insight into the opportunities that will come to one during the year ahead. To indicate the cycles one experience during the course of one’s life and offers guidance in career, romance, health and prosperity. To be used as a practical method of understanding one’s deeper nature, talents, ambitions, conjugal life, health and other inner characteristics. The main objective of this science is to predict in which direction a person’s life is heading. This science helps one to detect how to avoid misfortunes and guides towards leading a better life. For e.g., after studying a person’s palm, it is possible to detect if he is to face a serious illness or accident AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


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Review in future. If it is illness then the person is advised to take medical precautions and if it is an accident the person is advised to be extra careful. Hence, taking timely advice from an expert palmist one can definitely avoid or reduce the effect of any misfortune. Types of prediction 1. Predictive which means through actual study and analysis. 2. Speculative or Intuitive which shows through speculations or intuitions. Which hand should be studied or analysed? There are some misconceptions that right hand should be studied for male and left hand for women which may not be correct. In fact both hands must be studied properly because right hand is the major hand for the right handers and left hand would be the major hand for the left handers. The major hand shows the qualities gained by his/ her own effort and merit and the other hand shows the qualities inherited from their parents or forefathers of the person. Do the lines change? There is a saying that individual fate is pre- destined and cannot be changed. The lines of hands do change according to the mental state, attitude, efforts, environment and diseases.

a approach, environment, and must have essential equipment like a printing kit or a powerful camera which capture the lines of the hand clearly, a (geometry) instrument box and a powerful magnifying glass. A palmist should prepare a complete list for hand reading. It is vital and most important to give accurate information and offer useful advice after step by step and careful investigation of both the hands. Hand reading should bring to light the inter-related matter that the future holds in store. Finally, a palmist must give good encouragement to turn any negative qualities or events into favourable attributes and positive actions. How to study and analyse When a palmist starts to study the hand at first he/ she should correlate between the hands and physical or mental states. Secondly, between the hands and the character. Thirdly, between both the hands and the past, present and future life. Palmistry can guide a person, make him aware of his good or bad time, his strengths and weaknesses but is not a substitute to hard work & human efforts.

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In every step or situation of our life palmistry can work as guiding star showing us the path and by taking timely advice from a palmist one can lead a successful life.

First and fore most duty is to maintain proper time (4 hrs after sunrise) light, place, privacy, secrecy,

All the elements which are included in the study of Samudrika Shastra is shown in the flow chart.

Lines on the hand of the children up to the age of 14 are not reliable.

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Magic Through Mirror Pt. Gopal Sharma, Delhi

In Feng Shui, Mirrors are the cheapest and most useful enhancers you can purchase! Mirrors can be used to deflect bad luck, attract love, double your wealth, help the sick become better and create abundance. In modern and contemporary architecture, mirrors have become part of every household’s ensemble of décor. Interior designers use mirrors to create space and modern homes use decorated framed mirrors as ornaments. Bedrooms and Bathrooms are covered wall to wall with mirrors. In this article we would explore as how the vaastu and fengshui view the use of mirrors? Are there any taboos associated with the use of mirrors? In Feng Shui, Mirrors are the cheapest and most useful enhancers you can purchase! Mirrors can be used to deflect bad luck, attract love, double your wealth, help the sick become better and create abundance. But beware as with the Yin and Yang of all things the use of mirrors is a double edged sword! Wrongful use of mirrors can cause rifts in relationship, wealth to decline, health to deteriorate, disputes and even litigation. Uses of mirrors Using mirrors for Fortune and abundance Mirrors are great “ doublers “ of wealth and fortune. When used at right place, mirrors do wonders in activating luck for abundance ! For example, you may place a mirror next to your cash register to “create a second cash register” means double money”! Place a mirror behind a bowl of gold ingots and coins to “double” the number of coins! Placing wall length mirror on North, Northeast, and East sides of your restaurant, symbolizes unlimited and never ending streams of customers ! (You notice that restaurants with this features do really well !) Casino in Malaysia and Hongkong are so famous for their mirrors especially the gentling Casino Resort in Malaysia, which has mirrors on every pillar, and even on the AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

ceiling! For the home, place a large mirror in your dining room to “double” your food. This is very auspicious as it represents the notion that you always have enough to eat for the rest of your life” and will never go hungry or you can say that it will double your energy which leads to more work, better results, hence more finances. Using Mirrors to make up for Missing corners to avoid problems related to health, career & relationship. Some houses, which are created in irregular shapes, such as L shaped houses, seem to “miss out” on one or more of the 8 Aspiration sectors; that are vital for success. For example, an L shaped house may miss the southeast sector, which represents wealth, or the North corner, which represents career. We remember a client in Zambia, whose Northeast (education corner) was missing and he used to complain of the unsatisfactory performances of his children, besides his constant mental stress; before the fixing of a suitable mirror, with wonderful results. When the Northeast, North or East or even west corner in is cut, placing a mirror on the wall of the missing area automatically extends/balances that zone. This is particularly effective in Northeast of an office or cabin or the living room/drawing-dining or study room; but must be avoided in the bedroom. There are many more remedies for other missing directions i.e. use of water feature in Northeast/North, keeping a plant or wooden windchimes in Southeast, metal windchimes in Northwest/West, putting focus light in the missing corner of Southeast or South and use of crystals in Southwest. Using Mirrors for Love & harmony Single ladies; who want to attract a suitable Life partner. 39


Review Here’s a great way to enhance of the beauty and attractiveness. According to an old Taoist Feng Shui ritual, a woman’s beauty can be greatly enhanced and made more attractive to the male species if she can harness the yin rays of the moon. It is an open secret that the moon has profound effects on women and their hormonal cycles; so perhaps this traditional ritual has a merit! The moon, considered the yin counterpart to the sun, is said to embody the powerful yin energy, which befits the role of the highly desired female. For harnessing the rays of the moon, place a perfectly round vanity mirror with a strong and heavy metal base outside your balcony or porch to capture the reflection on a full moon night. Leave it outside for about 3-4 hours to soak up the moon energy and just before sunrise, bring it in and place it in a pouch (unexposed to sunlight). Use this mirror to reflect your own face when applying makeup or lipstick especially before a big date! If you have a male friend whom you like to attract, shine the mirror at his face once. Be careful to only do this with someone you’re very serious about, as this ritual has been known to bring immediate results and some of the single ladies may not really be ready for such a commitment! When not in use, keep it encased in a soft silk pouch. Recharge your mirror every full moon and do not let others touch your mirror! Your mirror is very personal and the chi that it should store from you and for you should be kept unblemished by someone else’s chi. Note : Before charging it with moon energy, make sure you cleanse your mirror of impure chi when you first purchase it. Cleansing can be done by washing it with moon water (water left outside to collect the rays of the moon) with dissolved salt. Using Mirrors as protection from health problems Mirrors are said to posses’ protection powers. Not only can you use mirrors to deflect shar chi, mirrors are very powerful as protection amulets to reflect bad luck coming your way. Women who live alone should always carry a small mirror inside their handbags as protection against unwelcome company. According to traditional Taoist Feng Shui, a protection mirror needs to be of silver & preferably with gold plating and the symbol of longevity engraved on the back. The longevity symbol is an emblem of health and also a protection against premature and unnatural death. Keeping such a mirror will save you from accidents as well. Taboos of Mirrors Mirrors have taboos too! Beware and do not take 40

a these warnings lightly as mirrors can create potent Feng Shui imbalance & serious problems in life. Avoid mirrors in the Bedroom If you are married, do not place any mirrors in the bedroom that reflects your bed. Place them inside a cupboard door (which you can close) or in your bathroom. The best thing is to place them inside a walk- in closet or even inside the changing room. We have numerous examples/feedback from people wherein mirror in the bedroom caused increased marital problems and quarrels and even in some cases separation. It is strongly believed in China that since mirrors reflect people in the bedroom, it symbolizes a “third person” in the relationship. Especially in various parts of Canada & U.S.A , I have seen the bedrooms in which mirror cover the wardrobe sliding door , from floor to ceiling and directly reflect the bed. Many of the houses I have seen in my recent tour to Europe, are in the market for sale, due to divorced couples, had this feature of mirrors on the wardrobe or even on the head-rest of the beds in their sleeping rooms. If you have a mirror in your bedroom which cannot be removed/changed, please cover it with a thick cloth or a curtain when not in use; or shifted to a position that does not reflect the bedroom door or the bed. Please remember that any reflective surfaces like a TV or computer also have similar effects. Do not place mirrors at the entrance of your main door This common problem is prevalent in most Western interior décor. When you have got a mirror facing the entrance of the door, any luck that enters your home gets reflected out again! As the negative chi enters your living abode, the mirror reflects your door; making it believe that there’s another door in front. Symbolically luck entering from one door goes out straight through another door. One particular hair salon located in the most prominent shopping area of Delhi has a huge mirror at their entrance facing the door and frequently I notice that they have hardly any customer! Another hair salon a few shops away from them are always packed with customers and they have no mirrors facing any of their windows or doorways! In another case of a leading jeweler in Dubai, he was extremely benefitted after removing a mirror which was got fitted by a local Feng Shui expert, though on North wall but directly in front of the main door. In the end it is humbly submitted that the above examples are only a few of the numerous feed backs, we regularly receive. Wishing best ofJournal luck forofthe enlightened readers! AIFAS Research Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


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Feng Shui and Bathrooms with Vaastu Fusion Sanjay Gupta, Delhi

Thus while deciding the location of bathroom the owner of the house has to take a very vital decision that which aspiration is more important to him and with which he can compromise. The positioning of bathroom is one of the most difficult decisions in designing a house. Bathroom is a yin Qi area and it belongs to water element in Feng shui. It can be divided into two parts-the bathing area and the toilet or WC area. It has draining and flushing functions and handles human wastes. It washes and cleans us both physically and emotionally and eliminates waste products from us. In older times when modern day flushing and plumbing techniques were unavailable, the toilets were placed far away from the house and bathing areas also placed away

Generally in feng shui the bathrooms are avoided in South-West sector which is the sector of family, marriage and romance love life. A happy married life and cordial family relations every family dream off. The other sector which is avoided is South-East being sector of wealth. Nobody wishes his money go in drain. There is also a big no to placement of bathroom in the Centre of the house which is also called yin-yang point as it destabilizes the energy in the whole house.

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The centre of the house should be as open as possible for good flow of chi in the house and all around luck and especially in this period of 8 in Feng shui which will end in Feb, 2024. Thus while deciding the location of bathroom the owner of the house has to take a very vital decision that which aspiration is more important to him and with which he can compromise. 41


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A bathroom should not be placed on the upper floor above kitchen. In feng shui the stove in the kitchen symbolizes health and family wealth and its element is fire.Water energy of the bathroom extinguishes the fire energy of the kitchen and thus endangers the wealth and health of the family. If this situation cannot be avoided move the stove at least 10 feet away from the waste pipe of the toilet.

Avoid placing a bathroom above the bed room as the contaminated qui of the bathroom wrecks havoc on the relationships of the occupants.

A bathroom should not be placed above the main door as the emanating energy from the toilets contaminates the benevolent qui that enters the house making it sick and devoid of good luck.

Avoid bathroom in the front hall, facing / near the main door. As the house cannot reap the benefit of the chi entering the house. It will be flushed out of the house by the bathroom or the contaminated qui will circulate in the house.

Avoid placing bed in the bedroom in such way that on the other side of wall which it shares with bathroom is having toilet flush tank. It brings many sleeping disorders to the occupant.

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After selection of location the next part of designing, decorating and maintenance of bathroom starts. The three basic principles for this are: Clean, Organised and Fresh Air. A well organised bathroom design is shown in the picture below: •

The WC and the bathing area should be as far as possible and should be separated by some partition/ curtain.

In Classical feng shui the toilet is regarded as bad Feng shui and the Geomancers regarded that it should NOT be placed in the following positions according to the Chinese horoscope symbols:

The WC should not be visible while entering the bathroom. If bathroom are attached with the room and the bed faces the bathroom door create some visible division between them.

Horoscopic sign of the head of the family

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As far as possible keep water pipes and drains confined to one wall of the bathroom as depicted in the picture below.

Rat Ox Tiger Rabbit Dragon Snake Horse Goat Monkey Rooster Dog Pig

North North North East South-east South-East South South South-West West North-West North-West

The doors of the bathroom should remain closed all the time and the toilet seat always down when not in use.Closing drains in your tub and sink help conserve the energy.

The bathroom should have window/ ventilators to let fresh air in. Install a good fresh air exhaust fan and let it start all the time.

Create aroma station in your bathroom. Choose candles, soaps, lotions from aroma. While rose and jasmine aroma attracts romance, the citrus aroma of lemon and orange st imulates imagination. The other wonderful aromas are sandalwood, lavender, yang yang.

Note in Advance feng shui formulas like Flying star, generally the bathrooms are located in those sectors where stars are inauspicious to suppress bad stars. For calculating this very experienced Feng shui experts are required.

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Introduce mirrors in your bathroom, it stimulates the good energy. It should not reflect your whole body while sitting on WC. The mirrors to be kept sparkling clean. Keep minimum cosmetics in the bathroom as it creates sense of insecurity. Further get rid of fashion magazines or tabloids from the bathroom as these make you feel that you will never be rich, thin or beautiful enough.

Bathrooms should be hidden as far as possible in the house. Placing full length mirror on the outside door makes it symbolically disappear. A very effective tip for wrongly placed bathrooms.

Everything in bathroom should be in good working condition. The leaks must be mixed immediately as these denote money loss. No garbage or broken item in the bathroom.

Tie red tape or red ribbon on the outgoing pipe of the bathroom to keep the energy from flowing out.

Introduce lively wood element in the bathroom like bamboo plant. Rotate plant ev ery week in sunlight to let it stay healthy. Some sea salt may be put in bowl as it absorbes negative energy. Do not forget to change it periodically.

A small light should be lit 24 hours in the bathroom.

North or east wall of the bathroom. §

WC should be in West, South or South west of the bathroom and it should be oriented North or South. It should be placed away from the bathing area.

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Wash basins, bath tubs, shower should be placed in North, East or North-East direction. The head of the bath tub should be in South.

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Door of the bathroom should be in East or North-east away from commode.

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Light colours should be used in bathrooms.

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The slope of the water should be in Northeast.

These Feng shui and vaastu guidelines goes a long way in creating the most difficult place of the house. A fusion of two can give wonderful results.

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The ideal location of bathroom as per Vaastu Shastra is West and North-West. The second good location is South-east. If these are attached to a room then these should be located in the above mentioned directions of the room.

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vFkkZr fooknksa dks gy djus okyk gksrk gSA ¼11½ dkjdka'k yXu ls ckgjosa lw;Z vkSj dsrq gks rks tkrd f'ko HkDr panz gks rks xkSjh HkDr] eaxy gks rks dkfrZd;s ] cqèk vkSj 'kfu gks rks fo".kq HkDr] xq# gks rks f'ko xkSjh ¼nksuksa½ 'kqØ gks rks y{eh HkDr ;k mikld gksrk gS] jkgq gks rks rkefld HkfDr dsrq gks rks x.ks'k HkfDr okyk gksrk gSA bl izdkj cgqr ls vU; ;ksx Hkh fn;s x;s gSa ftuls dkQh dqN tkudkjh O;fDr fo'ks"k ds ckjs esa tkuh tk ldrh gS ;gka ;g Hkh /;ku j[ksa fd ;g lkjs Qykns'k vkt ds lanHkZ esa le;kuqlkj ifjorZu ds lkFk le>s tk ldrs gSa ogha n`f"V ;gka ij tSfeuh ekuh xbZ gS ijk'kjh; ughaA vkb;s vc dqN mnkgj.k ls bUgsa le>us dk iz;kl djrs gSaA ;gka vkRedkjd xzg panzek gS tks uoka'k esa feFkqu jkf'k esa gh gS vr% dkjdka'k yXu feFkqu gqvk ftlds izHkko ls tkrd xk;u dk 'kkSd j[krk gS ¼O;olkf;d xk;u Hkh fd;k gS½ rFkk yXu ij 'kqØ panz ds izHkko ls thfodk fo|k }kjk ¼f'k{k.k O;olk;½ vftZr djrk gSA jkgq dsrq ds iape ij izHkko gksus ls tkrd xf.kr fo"k; dh vPNh tkudkjh j[krk gSA vkRedkjd xzg panez k gS tks uoka'k esa o`f'pd jkf'k esa x;k gS vr% dkjdka'k yXu o`f'pd gqvk rFkk ftl ij eaxy panz o jkgq dk izHkko gS] tkrd eka ds lq[k ls oafpr jgk ¼o`f'pd yXu½ rFkk vfXu o jlk;u /kkrq dk;Z djus okyk ¼Lo.kZdkj½ eaxy izHkko leLr Hkksxksa dks Hkksxus okyk /kuh ¼panz izHkko½ jgk gS ipae Hkko ij xq# dk izHkko rFkk deZ 8-2-1971] 3%20] nsgjknwu dkjdka'k yXu 2 4 7 'kq8 5 10 9 1 6 3 xq-eadslw-cq'kpa5

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tkrd dk tUe xaMewy u{k= esa gqvk rFkk HkksX; n'kk dsrq dh feyh gSA tkrd ,d lk/kkj.k ifjokj ls laca/k j[krk gSA buds firk dSUVhu esa xzkgdksa dks dwiu fn;k djrs FksA jkgq@dsrq Nk;k xzg gS rFkk bUgsa fdlh jkf'k dk LokfeRo izkIr ugha gSA jkgq@dsrq ftl xzg ls ;qfr djrs gSa ;k ftl jkf'k esa fLFkr gks mlh ds xq.k viuk ysrs gSaA HkksX; n'kk 49


leh{kk dk lokeh dsrq ;ksxdkjd 'kfu ds lkFk firk ds Hkko ¼uoe Hkko½ esa ;qfr dj jgk gSA tkrd ds tue ds nks o"kZ i'pkr~ vpkud firk dks ljdkjh ukSdjh fey xbZA D;ksafd uokes'k 'kfu vius gh Hkko esa dsrq ;qDr gS rFkk firk dk dkjd lw;Z mPp dk gSA blds ckn n'kk ifjorZu gqvkA dsrq ds ckn 'kqØ dh n'kk vkbZ] tks fd 20 o"kZ dh kgsrh gSA 'kqØ tkrd dk yXus'k gksdj dsanz esa n'ke Hkko esa fe= jkf'k esa fLFkr gSA yXus'k 'kqØ] xq# ds u{k= esa gS rFkk xq# ykHk Hkko esa Lojkf'kLFk gksdj iape Hkko dks iw.kZ n`f"V ns jgk gSA tkrd us ljdkjh Ldwy ls f'k{kk izkIr dh Fkh ysfdu yXus'k 'kqØ dh n'kk esa vPNh fo|k izkIr dh rFkk ges'kk izFke Js.kh esa mÙkh.kZ gq,A blds i'pkr~ ch-dke- o ,e- dke- esa Hkh izFke Js.kh esa ikl fd;kA vc n'kk ifjorZu gqvkA prqFks'Z k lw;Z dh n'kk izkjaHk gqbZ tks mPp jkf'k esa iapes'k cq/k ds lkFk dsanz f=dks.k laca/k cukdj jkt;ksx esa fyIr Fkk rFkk lkFk gh lkFk cq/k vkfnR; ;ksx Hkh cuk jgk FkkA lw;Z oxksZÙke Hkh gS uoka'k esa f'k{kk dk dkjd cq/k iape Hkko flag jkf'k esa fLFkr gS rFkk iapes'k lw;Z mpp jkf'k esa fLFkr gSA tUedqM a yh ds iape Hkko ij Kku dk dkjd c`gLifr n`f"V ns jgk gSA lw;Z dh n'kk esa tkrd us vkblhMCY;w, esa izo's k fy;k o uoacj 1986 esa ljdkjh ukSdjh esa ldsD'ku vkfQlj dk in izkIr fd;kA yXus'k 'kqØ n'ke Hkko esa fLFkr gS rFkk dsrq ukSdjh dk dkjd o n'kes'k 'kfu ;qDr uoeLFk gS rFkk lw;Z ¼ljdkj½ mPp jkf'k esa fLFkr gSA lw;Z@eaxy dh n'kk esa tkrd dk fookg gqvkA mPp dk lw;Z lIres'k eaxy dh jkf'k esa }kn'k Hkko esa fLFkr gSA }kn'k Hkko 'kS;k lq[k dk Hkh Hkko gS rFkk dqVqac Hkko dk Lokeh f}rh;s'k cq/k ds lkFk cq/k vkfnR; ;ksx esa lfEefyr gSA vc n'kk ifjorZu gqvkA panz dh n'kk esa tkrd dks ekpZ ¼1992½ esa dU;k larku dh izkfIr gqbZA ?kj esa uUgs esgeku ds vkus ls [kq'kh dk ekgkSy Fkk ysfdu panz@eaxy dh n'kk esa ,d v'kqHk ?kVuk ?kVhA tkrd dk viuh iRuh ls >xM+k gqvk vkSj ukScr iqfyl Fkkus rd igqap xbZA lIres'k eaxy uhp jkf'k esa r`rh; Hkko esa jkgq@dsrq v{kka'k esa gS rFkk 'kfu dh iw.kZ n`f"V esa gSA jkf'k'k panez k v"Ve Hkko esa fLFkr gS rFkk v"Ve Hkko@v"Ves'k ls lacfa /kr xzg fNnz xzg ekus 50

a tkrs gSaA panzek us viuh n'kk esa v"Ves'k dk dke fd;k rFkk ifr&iRuh esa vyxko gks x;kA uoka'k esa panzek r`rh; Hkko esa v"Ves'k eaxy rFkk "k"Ve Hkko fLFkr 'kfu ls n`"V gS] lIres'k 'kqØ ls panez k dk f}}kn'k ¼2@12½ dk lac/a k gSA ckn esa ;g vyxko pan@ z xq# dh n'kk esa [kRe gqvk vkSj fQj ls nksuksa lkFk jgus yxsA panz o xq# tUedqaMyh rFkk uoka'k esa xtdsljh ;ksx cuk jgs gSaA blds i'pkr pan@ z 'kqØ dh n'kk esa tkrd ds thou esa ,d vnHkqr ifjorZu gqvk tkrd dh ekpZ 2000 esa inksUufr gqbZA flQZ nks in Fks vkSj lhfu;jVh esa budk uacj vkBoka Fkk blds ckotwn tkrd dh inksUufr gqbZ vkSj fMIVh tujy eSut s j cuk fn;kA 'kqØ n'ke Hkko esa fLFkr gS vkSj Hkkor&Hkkoe&n'ke ls n'kes"k ¼lIres'k½ eaxy ls n`"V gSA panz jk'kh'k xq# dh Hkh lIre Hkko ij n`f"V gS rFkk panz o 'kqØ ijLij 3@11 v{k esa gSA n'keka'k esa panez k uoes'k xq# ds lkFk ykHk Hkko esa gSA xq# lIreLFk 'kqØ dks Hkh ns[krk gSA 'kqØ Hkkokr~ Hkkoe~ ds vuqlkj lIre Hkko esa ¼n'ke ls n'ke½ esa Lojkf'kLFk gS rFkk yXu esa fLFkr mPp ds lw;Z ls n`"V gSA blds i'pkr~ n'kk ifjorZu gqvk vkSj eaxy dh n'kk vkbZA eaxy esa 'kfu dh varjn'kk esa lw;Z dh izR;arj n'kk esa tkrd dh inksUufr gqbZ vkSj ek= 42 o"kZ dh vk;q esa thou ,slk cnyko vk;k fd mlh ljdkjh daiuh esa tujy eSut s j cu x;sA eaxy lw{e deZ LFkku ¼lIre Hkko½ dk lokeh gS vkSj HkkX;s'k 'kfu ls n`"V gS rFkk nksuksa lelIrd gSA izR;arj n'kkukFk lw;Z mPp jkf'k esa fLFkr gS rFkk varjn'kkukFk ds lkFk ¼4@10½ prqFkZ n'ke v{k ij gSA dky pØ dh xfr gh tkrd ds thou ds mrkj&p<+ko :ih ifjorZu dks n'kkZrh gS ftlds dkj.k thou esa dHkh lq[kn ,oa dHkh nq[kn ?kVuk;sa gksrh gSA tkrd ds thou esa n'kk ifjorZu ds dkj.k lHkh cnyko Li"V fn[kkbZ fn; gSaA n'kk ifjorZu ls gh thou esa cM+s&cM+s cnyko gks tkrs gSaA ;g ,d efgyk tkrd dh dqM a yh gSA dU;k yXu o jkf'k o`"k gSA dqM a yh esa 'kqØ] jkgq@dsrq mPp ds gSa rFkk xq# uhp jkf'k esa fLFkr gSA xq# L=h ds fy;s ifr dk dkjd gSA eaxy dqM a yh ds lIre Hkko esa fLFkr gks dj eaxyh nks"k Hkh cuk jgk gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


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eaxy 'kqØ dh ;qfr tkrd dks dkeqd cukrh gSA jkgq o 'kqØ 3@11 ds v{kka'k esa gSA r`rh; Hkko lkgl rFkk ,dkn'k Hkko ykHk dk gSA ftlds dkj.k tkfrdk ds uSu&uD'k o jax lk/kkj.k gksus ds ckotwn ,d lqanj o bathfu;j ifr gqvkA ysfdu ek= 4@5 eghus ds i'pkr~ jkgq@'kqØ dh egkn'kk o varjn'kk esa lw;Z dh izR;arj n'kk esa tkfrdk viuk llqjky NksM+ dj ,d vU; tkfr ds yM+ds ds lkFk vius lHkh xgus o udn lkFk ysdj Hkkx xbZ o iqfyl esa fjiksVZ fy[kok nh fd esjs ifr us eq>s ekj&ihV dj uaxs iSj ?kj ls fudky fn;k o efgyk lsy esa 15 yk[k gtkZus dk nkok dj fn;kA ifr cgqr gh 'kjhQ [kkunku dk Fkk ftlus gtkZuk ns dj viuk ihNk NqM+k;k o rykd ys fy;kA tkfrdk dh dqaMyh esa jkgq@'kqØ 3@11 v{kka'k esa Fks ftlus tkfrdk dks vkfFkZd ykHk Hkh fn;kA n'kkvksa ds ifjorZu ls thou esa cnyko vkrs gSa rFkk HkkX; dh fn'kk gh cny tkrh gSA

panz ds ckn n'kk ifjorZu gqvk o tkfrdk ds thou esa eaxy dh n'kk vkbZA eaxy r`rh;s'k o v"Ves'k gksdj ekjd Hkko esa fLFkr gS] ftldk jkf'k'k ¼lIres'k½ uhp dk gSA tkfrdk dh fo|k esa ckj&ckj #dkoV gqbZA tSls rSls tkfrdk ds ekeksa us mldh i<+kbZ dk cUnkscLr fd;k o fdlh izdkj ls gk;j lsdUMjh rd f'k{kk izkIr djus ds ckn tkfrdk us i<+kbZ NksM+ nhA eaxy dh n'kk ds i'pkr~ jkgq dh n'kk vkbZA jkgq uoe Hkko esa cyh gksdj panz ls ;qDr gSA panez k eu dk dkjd gS rFkk jkgq ,d Nk;k xzg gSA jkgq vkSj ikjaifjd] xSj lkekftd dk;Z djokrk gSA jkgq fo"k dk Hkh dkjd gSA panz@jkgq ;qfr xzg.k ;ksx cukrk gSA jkgq@dsrq n'kk esa tkfrdk dk izse ,d yM+ds ls gks x;kA ysfdu n'kk ifjorZu gqvk vkSj jkgq@'kqØ dh n'kk vkbZ vkSj tkfrdk us vius izes h ds fe=] tks fdlh daiuh esa bathfu;j Fkk] ls vpkud fookg dj fy;kA jkgq HkkX; Hkko esa gS rFkk 'kqØ mPp dk lIre Hkko esa eaxy ;qDr gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

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fijkfeM }kjk okLrq nks"k fuokj.k uferk jLrksxh] y[kuÅ okLrq nks"k&fuo`Ÿk* 'kCn dk iz;ksx nks vFkks± esa fd;k tkrk gS& igyk] u;s Hkou dk fuekZ.k djrs le; vkSj nwljk] tc Hkou dk fuekZ.k dk;Z iwjk gks pqdk gksA rRi'pkr~ fufeZr Hkou ds nks"kksa dk irk pys] fufeZr Hkou esa dksbZ Hkh rksM+&QksM+ djkuk vklku ugha gksrkAfijkfeM dk iz;ksx nksuksa gh ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa lq[knk;h ,oa 'kkafriznk;d gksrk gSA okLrq ds lkFk fijkfeM dk cgqr utnhd lacaèk gSA okLrq dk gh ,d vfHkUu vax gS& fijkfeMA okLrq nks"kksa ds fuokj.k ds fy, fijkfeM dk iz;ksx fd;k tkuk vR;ar ykHkdkjh fl) gksrk gSA ^ÅtkZ izokg ds }kjk okLrq&nks"kksa dk lqèkkj djus dk ;g u;k vkSj vfèkd O;ogkfjd rjhdk gSA okLrq ds NksVs&NksVs nks"kksa dks <w<a dj muesa lqèkkj djus dh vis{kk ?kj ;k dk;ZLFky dks ÅtkZ izokg ls ifjiwfjr dj nsa rks mlds vk'p;Ztud ifj.kke ns[kus dks feyrs gSAa vkt ds bl e'khuh ;qx esa gekjs ikl le; dk vHkko gS] blhfy, ge viuh leL;kvkas dk 'kh?kz rFkk oSKkfud gy pkgrs gSaA okLrq nks"kksa ds fuokj.k dh vU; fofèk;ksa esa vki dsoy vius ldkjkRed fopkjksa dh 'kfDr dk] èku dk rFkk le; dk mi;ksx djrs gSaA tcfd fijkfeM 'kfDr vlhe 'kfDr;ksa dk Hk.Mkj gSA mldh vkÑfr vkSj czãk.Mh; js[kkxf.kr O;fDr dh y{; izkfIr esa lgk;rk djrs gSa vkSj O;fDr dh fopkjèkkjk dks Hkh mi;qDr fn'kk iznku djrh gSA bldk ;g eq[; ykHk gS fd bl ;a= dks ,d ckj LFkkfir djus ds i'pkr~ ;g Lo;a dk;Z djrk gSA fijkfeM dks O;fDr dh ldkjkRed ÅtkZ dks c<+kus esa vis{kkÑr de le; yxrk gSA tSls vfXu dk dk;Z izdk'k vkSj rki nsuk rks gksrk gh gS] lkFk gh ;g ifj"dkj Hkh djrh gSA vfXu Lo.kZ dh lkjh dyq"krk dks tyk nsrh gS] ftlls lksuk fo'kq) dqanu dk Msyk cu tkrk gSA blh izdkj fijfkeM Hkh dk;Z djrk gS fijkfeM esa Hkh vfXu dk okl ekuk tkrk gSA bldh fo'ks"k vkÑfr N% fn'kkvksa esa fØ;k djrh gSA ;g czãk.Mh; ÅtkZ dk lw{e lalkèkd gSA fijkfeM lw;]Z panz vkSj vU; xzgksa dh cjlrh gqbZ ÅtkZ 52

rFkk i`Foh dh mèoZxkeh ÅtkZ ls lkjk dke djrk gSA blh vlhfer 'kfDr ds dkj.k ;g nks"kksa ds fuokj.k esa tYnh ifj.kke nsrk gSA blhfy, ge vusdksa oSKkfud vè;;uksa o iz;ksxksa ds vkèkkj ij ;g dg ldrs gSa fd fijkfeM okLrq nks"kksa ds fuokj.k esa l{ke gSA fijkfeM ds }kjk okLrq nks"kksa dk fuokj.k djds O;fDr lq[kh o lEiUu jg ldrs gSaA fijkfeM dh LFkkiuk dk vFkZ gS& lHkh izdkj ds okLrq nks"kksa ls iw.kZr;k eqfDrA fijkfeM ,d ubZ o vkèkqfud rduhd ds :i esa vU; rduhdksa o lkèkuksa ds lkFk okLrq ds nks"kksa dks nwj djus esa vR;ar izHkkodkjh fl) gqvk gSA ;g fijkfeM ns[kus esa vo'; felz ds fijkfeM ds leku yxrk gS] ijarq bldk dk;Z djus dk fl)kar fcYdqy vyx gS vkSj ;g dbZ izdkj ds dk;ks± gsrq iz;ksx esa yk;k tk jgk gSA vyx&vyx okLrq nks"kksa ds fuokj.k ds fy, vyx&vyx rjg ds fijkfeM ;a=ksa dk iz;ksx gksrk gSA tSls& ik;jk fLVªi] ik;jk ,axy] ik;jk fpi] ik;jk ,jks] efYV;j fijkfeM] ik;jk okLrq LokfLrdA vyx&vyx leL;kvksa ds fy, vyx&vyx fijkfeM ;a=ksa dk mi;ksx fd;k tkrk gSA fijkfeM dk jax lQsn gh vfèkd vPNk gksrk gS D;ksafd lQsn jax czãk.Mh; Lrj ij lHkh jaxksa dks xzg djus dh {kerk j[krk gSA okLrq lqèkkj esa fijkfeM ;a=ksa dks nhokj ;k Nr esa 'kh"kZ uhps dh vksj djds yxk;k tkrk gS mUgsa èkjrh ds uhps Hkh yxk;k tk ldrk gSA mnkj.k ds fy, fuEu js[kk fp= dks nsa[ksaA

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a fijkfeM ;a= LFkkfir djuk gks rks dqN fo'ks"k ckrksa dk è;ku j[ksaA czãLFky dks ÅftZr djus vkSj Hkw[kaM dh lqj{kk ds fy, fijkfeM ;a= tehu ds vanj gh j[kus iM+rs gSaA ,sls esa de ls de ukS fijkfeM ;a= yxkus pkfg,A ,d QqV ls vfèkd xgjk xM~<k [kksnas vkSj bruk cM+k [kksns fd izR;sd fijkfeM ds chp de ls de N% bap dk varj jgsA lkFk gh ;g Hkh è;ku j[kus ;ksX; gS fd fijkfeM ;a=ksa dh vkèkkj js[kk pqEcdh; èkqjh ds lekukarj jgsA blds ckn xM~<s dks Hkj nsaA vxj [ksr esa tehu ds vanj fijkfeM LFkkfir djuk gks rks xM~<k rhu QqV xgjk [kksnuk pkfg,A nhokj vkSj Nr ij fijkfeM ;a= yxkus ds fy, nksuksa vksj fpidus okys fV~ou Vsi dks iz;ksx djsaA ;g Vsi nksuksa vksj ls fpidrk gSA Vsi dk NksVk VqdM+k dkVsa vkSj fijkfeM dh IysV ds uhps fpidk nsAa fijkfeM dh vkèkkj js[kk tehu ;k Nr ds lekukarj gksuh pkfg,A Nr ij lHkh fijkfeM ds 'kh"kZ uhps dh rjg jgsaxsA de ls de vkSj vfèkd ls vfèkd fdrus fijkfeM dk mi;ksx gksuk pkfg, ;g Hkh vR;ar egRoiw.kZ fo"k; gSA oSls rks fijfkeM 'kfDr vR;fèkd ÅtkZ ;qDr gksrh gS blfy, NksVh&lh fijkfeM fpi ls Hkh vPNs ifj.kke izkIr gks ldrs gSaA de ls de fijkfeM dh la[;k ukS gksuh pkfg,A czãLFkku esa ;fn okLrq nks"k gks rks fijkfeM dh la[;k ukS gks vkSj mls tehu ds vanj LFkkfir djsAa ukS eYVhiy fijkfeM Hkh yxk;h tk ldrh gSA tgka ij okLrq nks"k lqèkkj djuk gks rks ogka ij de ls de rhu fijkfeM ;a= yxk;saA ysfdu nks"k cM+s ;k xgjs :i esa gS] rks fijfkeM dh la[;k dks 9 ds eYVhiy esa c<+krs tk;sAa tSls &9] 18] 27A lcls igys ?kj ds czãLFkku dks ÅftZr djuk pkfg,A mlds ckn jlksbZ ?kj] 'k;ud{k vkSj 'kkSpky; vkfn esa fijkfeM ;a=ksa dk bLrseky djuk pkfg,A 'kkSpky; ds vanj dHkh Hkh fijkfeM ;a= u yxk,aA vktdy izk;% NksVs ?kjksa esa eq[;r% pkj nks"k vo'; ik;s tkrs gSaA tSls& czãLFky esa nhokj] lh<+h] 'kkSpky; ;k [kaHkkA bu lHkh nks"kksa ds fy, fuEu rjhds ls okLrq fuokj.k djsaA czã LFkky esa nhokj % ,slk izk;% gksrk gS fd czãLFky ij dejs dh nhokj ;k dksbZ Hkkjh oLrq gksA oLrq dks rks gVk;k tk ldrk gS ijarq ,d nhokj dks xq.kkRed :i ls gh gVkuk gksxkA nhokj ij 3 efYV;j fijkfeM ;a= AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

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,slk djus ls iwjs ?kj dk fodkl ckfèkr gksrk gSA bl izdkj ds nks"k ds fuokj.k ds fy, [kaHks ds pkjksa vksj vkB fijkfeM yxk,aA ¼fp&1½ blds vfrfjDr nwljh rjg ls Hkh nks"k fuokj.k fd;k tk ldrk gSA [kaHks dks fijfkeM ls nks cjkcj Hkkxksa esa ckaVdj czãLFky ds nks"k dks nwj fd;k tk ldrk gSA rRi'pkr~ nksuksa Hkkxksa ds eè; czãLFky fudkydj mls vyx&vyx fijkfeM }kjk ÅftZr djds laiw.kZ nks"k dk fuokj.k laHko gSA czãLFky esa lh<+h % czãLFky esa lh<+h gksuk cgqr cM+k okLrq nks"k gSA ;fn lh<+h xksy gSa] rks mlds pkjksa vksj vkB fijkfeM ¼fp&3½ ds vuqlkj yxk,aA ;s ;k rks Q'kZ ds uhps yxk;s tk ldrs gSa ;k fQj Åij lhfyax ij yxk;s tk ldrs gSaA ;fn Q'kZ ds uhps fijkfeM yxkuk vlaHko gks] rks lhfyax esa ik;jk fLVªi yxkdj mls vyx dj ldrs gSaA tSlk fd ¼fp&4½ esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA 53


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czãLFky esa 'kkSpky; % ;g vR;ar gh xaHkhj okLrq nks"k gSA czãLFky lai.w kZ okLrq esa eq[; LFkku j[krk gSA czãLFkku ls gh laiw.kZ Hkou ;k Hkw[kaM dks ÅtkZ feyrh gSA czãLFky dks lkQ&lqFkjk o Hkkj jfgr j[kus dks dgk tkrk gS D;ksafd czãLFky ls gh vkdk'k rRo dh izkfIr gksrh gSA 'kkSpky; gksus ls czãLFkku esa udkjkRed ÅtkZ dk izokg gksus ls] ?kj esa jgus okyksa ds LokLF; ij vlj iM+rk gS vkSj czãLFky ds Hkkjh o xM~<k gksus ds dkj.k x`gLokeh dks vusdksa d"Vksa dk lkeuk djuk iM+sxkA vr% ;fn laHko gks rks czãLFky ls 'kkSpky; dks gVk gh nsuk pkfg,A ;fn 'kkSpky; dks gVk ikuk vlaHko gS] rks 'kkSpky; dh ckgjh nhokj ij 3 fijkfeM ;a= bl rjg ls yxkus gSa] ftl vksj 'kkSpky; dks xq.kkRed :i ls gVkuk gS& mlds nwljh vksj 'kh"kZ fcanq jgsA ¼fp&5½ lHkh fijkfeM ;a=ksa mŸkj dh vksj 'kh"kZ fcanq j[krs gq, yxk,a rkfd og nf{k.k dh vksj gV ldsAa nwljh izdkj ls ik;jk fLVªi ls izHkkokRed :i ls foHkkftr djuk Hkh bldk vU; mipkj gSA ¼fp=&6½

a bu fijkfeMksa dh ,d ls nwjh vfèkd ls vfèkd rhu QqV j[ksAa vfèkd 'kfDr o ÅtkZ ds fy, ;g nwjh ,d QqV dh j[ksaA ;g nhokj 9 ls eYVhiy dh jguh pkfg,A tSl& s 9] 18] 27 vkfnA Hkw[kaM ds dksus dVs gksus ij % fdlh Hkh Hkw[kaM ds dksus dk dVk gksuk] okLrq ds n`f"Vdks.k ls vPNk ugha ekuk tkrk gSA [kkldj mŸkj&iwoZ ds dksus ds dV tkus ij] D;ksafd mŸkj&iwoZ dk dksuk Hkou ds fy, vR;ar egRoiw.kZ gksrk gSA bl dksus ds dV tkus ij ekufld&v'kkafr] Kku dh deh] èku dh deh] larku dh deh ,oa vkè;kfRed vkSj ckSf)d fodkl dh deh gksrh gS bls Bhd djus ds fy, fijfkeM dh nhokj cuk dj dksus esa yxkuh pkfg,A <ky esa lqèkkj % okLrq ds vuq l kj tehu dk <ky mŸkj&iwoZ dh vksj gksuh pkfg,A blls thou esa lq[k&le`f) jgrh gS rFkk y{eh dk okl gksrk gSA ;fn ;g nks"kiw.kZ gks vFkkZr~ nf{k.k&if'pe esa uhpk ,oa mŸkj&iwoZ esa Åapk jgs] rks bl nks"k ds fuokj.k ds fy, fuEu fp=kuqlkj fijkfeM yxk,aA Vs<+h vkÑfr ds dksuksa okys IykV ds fy, % bl rjg dh vkÑfr okys Hkw[kaMksa ds fy, IykV ds eè; dks Bhd fd;k tkrk gSA

c<+s gq;s Hkw[kaM dks Bhd djus ds fy, % fdlh Hkh Hkw[kaM dk nf{k.k&if'pe esa c<+k gksuk Bhd ugha ekuk tkrkA okLrq esa bl nks"k dks vR;ar xaHkhj ekuk tkrk gSA ;g chekjh] ekufld v'kkafr o nq?kZVuk dk dkjd gksrk gSA lkFk gh Hkwr&izsr dk Hk; o vkRegR;k tSls izo`fŸk;ka Hkh ns[kus dks feyrh gSaA bl izdkj ds nks"k ds fujkdj.k ds fy, fijkfeM dh nhokj cukdj Hkw[kaM ds uhps yxkuk pkfg, rkfd Hkw[kaM vk;rkdkj cu tk;sA 54

1- ukS fijkfeM ds LFkku ij 27 ;k 81 fijkfeM ;a=ksa dks yxk,aA 2- vxj txg de gks rks bu ;a=ksa dh LFkkiuk bl rjg djs]a fd ;a=ksa dks Hkwfe esa j[kus o feV~Vh ls <dus ds i'pkr~ flQZ muds f'k[kj fn[kkbZ nsaA vc muij iqu% ;a= j[ksa o Øe'k% blh rjhds dks viuk,aA csgrj ifj.kke ds fy, eWDl mi;qDr gksxk D;ksafd ;g efYV;j ls ukS xquk de yxsaxsA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


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dejs dks ÅtkZe; cukus gsrq % dejs ds vanj ds okLrq nks"k dks nwj dj mls ÅtkZe; cukus gsrq fuEu rjhds ls iSjkfLVªi yxk,aA eq[; }kj dks ÅftZr djuk % igys eq[; }kj dks 'kqHk&ykHk] ?kksMs+ dh uky ;k izo's k }kj ij jaxksyh vkfn ls ÅftZr fd;k tkrk FkkA ijarq vkt ds ;qx esa ge viuh leL;k ds fy, 'kh?kz fØ;k'khy gy pkgrs gS a A fp= es a n'kkZ ; s vuqlkj ,d }kj ds Åij vkSj nksuksa rjQ ,d&,d fijkfeM ;a= yxk,aA ;g lcls vPNh fLFkfr gS] ij ;fn vkids }kj ds Åij ;k nksuksa rjQ bls yxkus ds fy, txg ugha gS] rks vki bUgsa lhfyax ;k cktw dh nhokj ij Hkh yxk ldrs gSaA ?kj ds eq[; }kj dks ÅftZr djus dk ,d vU; rjhdk Hkh gSA vuqlaèkkuksa ls izkIr ifj.kkeksa ds vuqlkj ,d Qsax'kqbZ niZ.k vkSj fijkfeM nksuksa gh }kj dks udkjkRed ÅtkZ ls cpkus esa cgqr gh mi;ksxh gSA bldk mi;ksx djus ds fy, njckts ds eè; esa Qsax'kqbZ niZ.k ¼ikdqvk½ yxk,a njckts ds nksuksa rjQ fijkfeM ;a= yxk,aA bl izdkj ls }kj dks ÅftZr djds udkjkRed ÅtkZ ds izos'k dks jksdk tk ldrk gSA D;ksafd niZ.k ds izHkko ls udkjkRed ÅtkZ ifjofrZr gks tkrh gSA vFkkZr~ okil pyh tkrh gSA lkFk gh fijfkeM ;a= dh ÅtkZ Hkh izkIr gksrh gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk nf{k.kkfHkeq[k gksdj jlksbZ cukuk % jlksbZ ?kj dh lgh fLFkfr nf{k.k&iwoZ gksrh gSA okLrq esa nf{k.k&iwoZ esa gh jlksbZ dk lgh LFkku ekuk x;k gS D;ksfa d nf{k.k&iwoZ esa vfXu dk okl ekuk x;k x;k gSA jlksbZ ?kj esa [kkuk idkus okys dk eq[k iwoZ esa gksuk pkfg,A ;fn nf{k.k dh vksj eq[k djds [kkuk cuk;k tk;] rks ;g okLrq ds vuqdwy ugha gSA blls dbZ izdkj dh LokLF; ls lacafèkr ijs'kkfu;ka mRiUu gksrh gSaA blfy, bl izdkj ds nks"k dk fuokj.k vR;ar vko';d gSA jlksbZ ?kj dh bl fLFkfr esa fp= esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj fijkfeM ;a= yxk;sa ;k ,uthZ 99 dh IysV yxk,aA ;fn 'k;ud{k nf{k.k&if'pe ¼uS_R;½ esa ugha gS % okLrq esa x`gLokeh ds 'k;u d{k ds fy, nf{k.k&if'pe fn'kk mi;qDr ekuh x;h gSA bl fn'kk esa 'k;u d{k gksus ls LFkkf;Ro vkrk gS vkSj x`gLokeh dh fu.kZ; 'kfDr Hkh fLFkj gksrh gSA ;fn x`gLokeh dk 'k;u d{k mŸkj&iwoZ ¼bZ'kku½ esa gS] rks ;g okLrq nks"k gSA mŸkj&iwoZ esa iwtk&d{k] cPpksa dk dejk o vè;;u d{k cuk;k tk ldrk gSA bl izdkj ds nks"k dks nwj djus ds fy, fijkfeM ;a= dks yxkuk gksxkA x`gLokeh dk 'k;ud{k mŸkj&iwoZ ¼bZ'kku½ esa gS] rks mls nf{k.k vkSj if'pe dh nksuksa nhokjksa ij 3&3 efYV;j fijkfeM ;a= yxkdj lgh LFkku ij gVkuk gksxkA ;fn 'k;u d{k ds lkFk 'kkSpky; gks % ;fn 'k;ud{k ds lkFk 'kkSpky; layXu gS] rks 'k;ud{k esa udkjkRed ÅtkZ dk izokg gksus yxrk gS] tks fd LokLF; dks izHkkfor djrk gS A 'kkS p ky; dks 'k;ud{k ls vyx gksuk pkfg, ijarq ;g layXu gS rks ik;jk fLVªi yxkdj 'k;u d{k ls vyx djuk pkfg,A 'kkSpky; ds vanj dHkh Hkh fijkfeM ;a= ugha yxkuk pkfg,A nwljk mik; gS& izkVs Ds V Mksj cSaM yxkuk pkfg,A 55


leh{kk jlksbZ?kj esa vkx vkSj ikuh ,d gh lhèk esa u j[ksa % vkx vkSj ikuh nksuksa gh ,d&nwljs ds fojksèkh rRo gSAa vkx vkSj ikuh ,d gh IysVQkeZ ij jguk ifjokj esa dyg o erHksn mRiUu djrk gSA ifjokj esa vkilh eueqVko dk okrkoj.k fufeZr gks tkrk gSA ;g nks"k Hkh okLrqnks"kkas esa eq[; nks"k gSA blds fuokj.k ds fy, ok'k&csflu dks nwljh lkbM gVkdj yxok ns]a ;fn ;g ugha dj ldrs] rks Nr ¼lhfyax½ ij ik;jk fLVªi yxkdj bls vyx dj nsaA

iyax ij Nr dk >qdko vkSj che % Nr dk <ky mŸkj dh vksj uhpk] nf{k.k dh vksj Åapk ;k iwoZ ls if'pe dh vksj Åapk gksuk pkfg,A ;fn og mYVk gS ;k ÅapkbZ esa de gS] rks O;fDr dks ruko xzLr cukrk gSA tgka Nr uhph gS] ogka nhokj ij ;k iyax ds uhps 3 fijkfeM ;a= yxk,aaA ;fn vki che ds uhps lks jgs gSa] rks 3$3 fijkfeM ;a= nhokj ij che ds uhps yxk,a rkfd udkjkRed izHkko de gksA

lh<+h bZ'kku {ks= esa u j[ksa % bZ'kku dks.k esa lh<+h vkfFkZd raxh] ekufld v'kkafr ,ao vU; fofHkUu izdkj ds d"Vksa dk dkjd gksrh gSaA ;fn lh<+h bl LFkkiu ij gksa] rks ogka ls gVkdj uS_R; dks.k dh vksj LFkkukarfjr djsAa ;fn ,slk laHko ugha gS rks lh<+h ds uhps 99 dk eSDl fijkfeM yxk,aA lkFk gh rhu fijkfeM izFke rhu LVsi rd yxk,a rkfd bZ'kku dks.k esa lh<+h ds otu ls ÅtkZ esa vkus okyh deh dks iwjk fd;k tk ldsA 56

a iwoZ ls if'pe dh vksj vkSj mŸkj ls nf{k.k dh vksj u gks % lh<+h dh fn'kk ges'kk iwoZ ;k mŸkj ls 'kq: gksuh pkfg, vkSj Åij dh vksj if'pe ;k nf{k.k esa tkuh pkfg, blls Åijh eafty ij iwoZ vkSj mŸkj dh larqfyr ÅtkZ dk ykHk feysxkA ;fn ;g fLFkfr mYVh gS] rks ;g dbZ leL;k dk dkj.k cu ldrh gSaA ;fn lh<+h dh fn'kk rksMd + j cnyuk laHko ugha gS] rks mls fijkfeM ;a= yxkdj lqèkkjk tk ldrk gSA igyh rhu lhf<+;ksa ij fp= ds vuqlkj 3&3 fijkfeM ;a= yxkdj lh<+h dks lqjf{kr cuk;k tk ldrk gSA blds fy, LVs;j dsl 99 dk iz;ksx Hkh fd;k tk ldrk gSA dsanz foghu Hkw[kaM dk ik;jk okLrq % xq#Rokd"kZ.k dsanz dk viuk egRo gSA dqN Hkw[kaMksa esa ;g dsna z ¼czãLFky½ ds vanj u gksdj ckgj fLFkr jgrk gSA ,sls esa Hkw[kaM ds 2 ;k vfèkd Hkkx esa fijkfeM ;a= LFkkfir djds] nhokj [kM+h djds mls foHkkftr djsAa fQj izR;sd Hkkx dks ,d Hkw[kaM ekudj 9 efYV;j fijkfeM ;a= yxkdj ÅftZr djsaA fnd~ nks"k gksus ij % ;fn Hkw[ ka M dh Hkqtk,a eq [ ; fn'kkvksa ds lekukarj ugha gSa] rks bZ'kku vkfn dks.k dks.kksa esa ugha vkrsA ,sls fofn'kk Hkw[kaM dks fnd~ nks"k okyk Hkw[kaM dgrs gSaA bl nks"k dks lekIr djus ds fy, Hkw[kaM ds eè; esa 9] 81 ;k 729 fijkfeM Hkw[kaM ds vkdkj dks en~ns utj j[krs gq, nck;s tkrs tkrs gSaA ¶ySV ds czãLFky dks fØ;k'khy djuk % ;fn fdlh ds ikl ikap eafty ij ¶yS V gS vkS j dks b Z O;fDrxr Hkwfe ugha gS] rks igys czãLFky fudkysa vkSj Hkhrjh lhfyax esa 9 efYV;j fijkfeM ;a= yxk;saA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


a ;fn fdlh dk ¶ySV ;k Hkou fuekZ.kkèkhu gS] rks iwjs edku esa izR;sd Vkby ds uhps ,d ik;jk fpi j[ksaA bl izdkj ls Vkbysa Q'kZ ij fQV djus ls iwoZ gh muds dsanz esa ,d ik;jk fpi yxkus ls izR;sd oxZQVq ,d ;a= dh rjg dk;Z djsxkA blds i'pkr~ vki vius ?kj ds ;k dk;ZLFky ds NksVs&eksVs okLrq nks"kksa dks Hkwy tk;asA D;ksafd ;g fpi mu lHkh dk fuokj.k djsxhA

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk frjNs Hkw[kaM gsrq ik;jk okLrq % i`Foh ds pqEcdh; èkqzo ls gVs Hkw[kaM ds mipkj ds fy, Hkh ;g ik;jk okLrq vR;ar mi;ksxh gSA bl izdkj ds Hkw[kaM esa lHkh fn'kk,a vius eq[; dks.kksa ls gVdj gksrh gSAa bl izdkj ds Hkw[kaM ds fy, 9 efYV;j ;k ,d eWDl LFkkfir djsaA csgrj ifj.kkeksa ds fy, blds dsanz esa Hkh ;a=ksa dh LFkkiuk djsaA ;g mipkj fofèk ?kM+h dh lqbZ dh fn'kk ds vuq:i gSA bls bldh mYVh fn'kk esa rFkk fuekZ.k ds lkFk Hkh fd;k tk ldrk gS ;k fQj fuekZ.k ds i'pkr~ Hkh fd;k tk ldrk gSA

fdlh chekj bdkbZ dks fQj ls fØ;k'khy djuk % vusdksa okLrq nks"kksa ds dkj.k vkS|ksfxd O;olk;ksa esa Hkh dfBukbZ dk lkeuk djuk iM+rk gSA dHkh&dHkh dqN nks"k ,sls gksrs gSa ftuds dkj.k O;olk; ds can gksus dh ukScr vk tkrh gSA bl izdkj ds nks"kksa ds fuokj.k ds fy, Hkh ik;jk okLrq vR;ar ykHkdkjh fl) gqvk gSA

ik;jk okLrq viukdj chekj ;k can gksus okys O;olk;ksa dks iqu% fØ;k'khy djus ij vR;ar vk'p;Ztud ifj.kke feyrs gSaA D;ksafd blls Hkw[kaM vkSj Hkou nksuksa dks gh vfèkd ÅtkZ,a feyrh gSaA bldk mik; ;g gS fd Hkw[kaM dks lHkh vkB fn'kkvksa esa fijkfeM ;a=ksa dh lgk;rk ls ÅftZr djsa lkFk gh Hkou dks ÅftZr djus ds fy, mlds czãLFky dks fØ;k'khy cukus dh i)fr ds vuqlkj ogka 9 ;k 81 fijkfeM ;a= yxk,aA bl izdkj ls ÅftZr djus ij fdlh Hkh izdkj ds gkfudkjd nq"ifj.kkeksa ls cpk tk ldrk gSA bl izdkj ls chekj bdkbZ Hkh fØ;k'khy gksdj lfØ; gks tkrh gS vkSj tYnh gh blds ifj.kke Hkh feyus yxrs gSaA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

dVs dksus ds fy, ik;jk okLrq % dVs gq, dksus ds dejs ;k Hkw[kaM vPNs ugha gksrsA okLrq esa bl izdkj ds Hkw[kaMksa dks nks"kiw.kZ ekuk x;k gSA okLrq ds vuqlkj& fo'ks"k:i ls mŸkj&iwoZ dk dksuk dVk gqvk ugha gksuk pkfg,A ;fn bl izdkj ds okLrq dks ifjofrZr djuk vkids fy, lkeF;Ziw.kZ ugha gS] rks ik;jk okLrq ds vuqlkj bl izdkj ds nks"k dks lqèkkjk tk ldrk gSA ;fn Hkw[kaM ds dVs gq, dksus ij fijkfeM dh ,d nhokj cuk,aA ;fn dksbZ dejk bl vkdkj dk gS] rks ml ij fp= esa n'kkZ;s vuqlkj fijkfeM nhokj ds dksus esa yxk,aA bl izdkj fijkfeM ds iz;ksx ls bl izdkj ds nks"k dk fuokj.k fd;k tk ldrk gSA

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leh{kk vfXudks.k esa ty laxzg gksus ij % vfXudks.k esa ty laxzg gksus ls dbZ izdkj dh ijs'kkfu;ka mRiUu gksrh gSAa D;ksfa d ;g okLrq esa vfXu LFkku ekuk x;k gSA bl LFkku ij tyrRo gksus ls vfXu rRo lekIr gks tkrk gSA vfXu vkSj ty ,d nwljs ds fojksèkh rRo gSaA bl izdkj ls ;g ,d cM+k nks"k ekuk tkrk gSA bl nks"k dks nwj djus ds fy, ty laxgz dh fn'kk esa 9 fijkfeM ls fijkfeM nhokj cuk;sAa ,d fijkfeM dksus esa vkSj 4&4 nksuksa fn'kkvksa esa yxk,aaA Vh ekxZ ;k y ekxZ lafèk ij fLFkfr Hkw[kaM % bu Hkw[kaMksa esa v'kqHk ÅtkZ (Negativity) dk lapkj gksrk jgrk gSA lM+d ij vkus tkus okys okguksa ds dkj.k] lkeus ls rhj dh rjg v'kqHk ÅtkZ ds fo"kSys ck.k ?kj esa izo's k djrs jgrs gSaA blh dkj.k ?kj esa jgus okyksa dks vusdksa ladVksa dk lkeuk djuk iM+rk gSA ,sls Hkw[kaMksa esa v'kqHk ÅtkZ ds laogu dks jksdus ds fy, fuEu rjhds ls fijkfeM ;a= dh nhokj Hkw[kaM ds Hkhrjh o ckgjh fgLlksa esa yxk,a bl izdkj ls fijkfeM ds iz;ksx udkjkRed ÅtkZ dk izokg can gks tk;sxk vkSj Hkou esa ldkjkRed ÅtkZ dk lapkj gksxkA ohFkh'kwy gksus ij % Hkw[kaM ds lehi ls fudyus okys ekxZ ;fn Hkw[kaM ij rhj dh rjg pqHkrs gSa rks ohFkh'kwy dgykrk gSA bl nks"k dks lekIr djus ds fy, Hkw[kaM dh ml fn'kk esa tgka ohFkh'kwy gks jgk gks] 9 fijkfeM cjkcj&cjkcj dh nwjh ij yxk;s tkrs gSaA vkÑfr lacaèkh nks"k % Hkou ds fuekZ.k ds fy, vk;rkdkj IykWV dks vfr 'kqHk ekuk x;k gSA Hkw[kaM esa pkjksa dksus 900 fMxzh ds dks.k ds gksus pkfg,A Hkw[kaM esa vkdkj lacaèkh dksbZ Hkh nks"k gksus ij Hkw[kaM ds eè; esa 9] 81 ;k 729 fijkfeM Hkw[kaM ds vkdkj ds vuqlkj nck;s tkrs gSaA

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bl izdkj dh vkÑfr ls lacafèkr nks"k dks rhu izdkj ls lqèkkjk tk ldrk gSA izFke czãLFky dks fijkfeM ;a=ksa dh 9] 81 dh la[;k esa yxkdjA ;g la[;k Hkw[kaM ds cM+s ;k NksVs gkssus ij fuHkZj djrh gSA nwljk dVs gq, Hkkx dks ÅftZr djdsA tSlk fd fiNys i`"B esa ¼fp=&2½ esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA rhljk Hkw[kaM ds nf{k.k ds Hkkx dks c<+k gqvk ekudj mls fijfkeM ;a= yxkdj vyx djuk rkfd Hkw[kaM dk vkdkj oxkZdkj gks tk;sA Hkou ds lehi èkkfeZd LFky % f'ko&iqjk.k ds vuqlkj eafnj ds vkl&ikl 100 QqV ds foLrkj esa edku ugha gksuk pkfg,A ;g Hkh ,d izdkj dk nks"k gSA ;fn dksbZ Hkh eafnj ;k èkkfeZd LFky fdlh ds Hkou ds lkeus gS] rks ;g ,d }kj osèk o osèk Nk;k vkfn ds :i esa nks"k iw.kZ gksrk gSA ,slk gksus ls ifjokj esa v'kkafr jgrh gS] O;olk; esa uqdlku vkSj cPpksa ds fookg esa foyEc gksrk gSA gesa èkkfeZd LFkyksa ls Hkh Hkou dks cpkuk pkfg,A T;knk lkfRod ÅtkZ Hkh lkeatL; LFkkfir djus esa ckèkd gSA eafnj o èkkfeZd LFkyksa ds bl nks"k fuokj.k ds fy,] Hkou ds lkeus dh nhokj ds ikl eq[; }kj ij iwjs Hkw[kaM esa fijkfeM tehu ds uhps LFkkfir djsaA

jlksbZ ?kj ds }kj ds lkeus 'kkSpky; % ;fn jlksbZ ?kj dk }kj 'kkSpky; ds lkeus gS] rks mlls jlksbZ ?kj esa udkjkRed ÅtkZ vkrh gSA tksfd Hkou esa jgus okys ds LokLF; ij cqjk izHkko Mkyrh gSA bl udkjkRed izokg dks jksdus esa fijkfeM okLrq fcuk rksM+&QksM+ ds vR;ar mi;ksxh gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


a bl nks"k ds fuokj.k ds fy, nksuksa }kjksa ds eè; lhfyax esa uhps dh vksj 'kh"kZ fcanq j[kdj fijkfeM ;a= yxkdj ,d izHkkokRed foHkktu djuk gksxkA bl foHkktu ds fy, ik;jk fLVªi dk iz;ksx Hkh dj ldrs gSaA

dksuksa esa Vdjko % ;fn nks Hkouksa ds dksus vkil esa Vdjkrs gksa] rks blls ruko c<+rs gSa o lacaèkksa esa deh vkrh gSA ;g nks"k Hkh udkjkRedrk dks c<+krk gSA ;fn fdlh Hkou dk dksuk Hkou ds lkeus vkrk gks rks ^* vkdkj ds efYV;j fijkfeM ;a=ksa dks bu dksuksa esa LFkkfir dj bldk mipkj fd;k tk ldrk gSA nf{k.k&if'pe esa ckyduh % okLrq ds vuqlkj Nr ;k [kqyh ckyduh dk mŸkj&iwoZ fn'kk esa gksuk vfr mŸke gksrk gSA mŸkj&iwoZ dksus okyh ¼bZ'kku½ fn'kk esa ckyduh o [kqyh Nr dh fLFkfr loksZŸke jgrh gSA ;fn ckyduh nf{k.k ;k if'pe esa gS rks LFkkfir {ks= dh Hkhrjh nhokj ij ik;jk fLVªi yxkdj mls vyx dj ldrs gSaA fijkfeM ;a= yxkuk gks rks fpids okys Vsi ;k ihry ds LØw yxk ldrs gSaA vxj ckyduh dh txg vfèkd cM+h gks] rks T;knk ik;jk fLVªi 3 ds xq.kkad esa nksuksa vksj yxk ldrs gSaA bl izdkj ls nf{k.k&if'pe dh [kqyh ckyduh dks xq.kkRed :i ls gVkdj mŸkj&iwoZ esa f'k¶V fd;k tk ldrk gSA bl izdkj ls vusdksa okLrq nks"kksa dk fuokj.k fcuk rksM& + QksM+ ds fijkfeM okLrq ds }kjk fd;k tk ldrk gSA vkt ds vkèkqfud ;qx esa vusdksa vuqlaèkku o iz;ksxksa ds }kjk lHkh fijkfeM dh ÅtkZ 'kfDr dh vksj vkdf"kZr gq;s gSAa ;g ,d vfr vkèkqfud :i esa fijkfeM 'kfDr dk iz;ksx gS] tksfd oSKkfudksa ds }kjk ekuo dY;k.k ds fy, fd;k x;k AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk vR;fèkd izHkkodkjh dk;Z gSA fijkfeM dk ÅtkZ foKku vudksa dk;ks± ds fy, ykHkizn fl) gqvk gSA bl fijkfeMkÑfr dks ekuo dY;k.k ds fy, iz;qDr djus esa gekjs _f"k&eqfu;ksa dk gh gkFk gS fijkfeMkÑfr dks loZiFz ke ;a= :i iznku djus okys Hkkjrh; gSaA vkt bl izdkj ds Kku dks ikdj ge ;g dg ldrs gSa fd fijkfeM }kjk thou dh gj leL;k,a ljyrkiwoZd lqy>kbZ tk ldrh gSaA fijkfeM ds mi;ksx ls okLrqnks"k] nfjnzrk ,oa v'kkafr dk fuokj.k djds lq[kh o lEiUu jg ldrs gSaA nSfud thou esa Hkh fijkfeM ds iz;ksx izR;sd {ks= esa vk'p;Ztud gSAa dksbZ Hkh iz.kkyh ;k i)fr dks viukus ds fy, ml fo"k; esa lEiw.kZ tkudkjh gksuk vko';d gS rFkk egRoiw.kZ fu;e fl)karksa dk è;ku j[kuk vko';d gSA vkèkh&vèkwjh tkudkjh ls nq"ifj.kke Hkh gks ldrs gSaA gj fdlh ls iwNdj mik;ksa dks viukuk ew[kZrk gSA fdlh okLrq o fijkfeM okLrq fo'ks"kK dh lykg ds fcuk] fdlh okLrq fuokj.k dks Lo;a djuk dHkh&dHkh gkfudkjd Hkh gks ldrk gSA izR;sd dk;Z esa lkoèkkuh vko';d gSA lEiw.kZ vè;;u ds i'pkr~ ge bl fu"d"kZ ij igqaps gSa fd fijkfeM dh mi;ksfxrk esa fnu&izfrfnu o`f) gks jgh gSA vkt cgqr ls ,sl ifjokj gSa ftUgksaus bl fijkfeM okLrq ds }kjk vius Hkouksa ds okLrqnks"kksa dks nwj fd;k gSA bl fijkfeM okLrq dk vuqHko rks bls viukdj ;k bLrseky djds gh fd;k tkrk gSA fijkfeM u dsoy ?kj esa cfYd leLr izdkj ds O;olk;ksa dh mUufr vkSj le`f) esa egRoiw.kZ Hkwfedk vnk djrk gSA izkphu dky ls ysdj vkt ds HkkSfrdrkoknh ;qx rd fijkfeM ij vusdksa egRoiw.kZ iz;ksx fd;s tk pqds gSaA ftlls ;g Kkr gksrk gS fd fijkfeM esa vlhfer ÅtkZ] xw<+ jgL; o peRdkjh 'kfDr fNih gSA tks udkjkRed ÅtkZ dks ldkjkRed esa cnydj okrkoj.k dks lkeatL;iw.kZ cukrh gSA bl 'kfDr ds }kjk okLrq nks"kksa dk fuokj.k laHko gSA For Reliable and Authentic

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D;k gS ikjn uohu jkgqtk] fnYyh jljkt jlfl) ikjn lHkh èkkrqvksa esa loZJs"B ekuk x;k gSA ikjn /kkrq ls cuh oLrqvksa dh lkèkuk djus ls euq"; dks thou ds izR;sd {ks= esa 'kh?kz lQyrk izkIr gksrh gSA gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa ikjn /kkrq ls fufeZr oLrqvksa tSls ikjn y{eh] ikjn x.ks'k] ikjn Jh;a= vkfn dk cgqr egRo gSa] ßikjnÞ 'kCn esa ^i* ¾ fo".kq] ^v* ¾ vdkj ¼dkfydk½] ^vj ¾ f'ko vkSj ^n* ¾ czãk ds izrhd gSA vkt ge bl ys[k ds }kjk ;g tkusaxs fd] ikjn /kkrq D;k gS \ ikjn ,oa ikjn ls cuh oLrqvksa dh 'kfDr] ykHk] jgL; rFkk f'ko egkiqjk.k esa ikjn /kkrq dh mRifÙk dks ysdj mYys[k ,d lR;dFkk ds ckjs esa] dFkk dqN bl izdkj gSa& tc leLr nsork fujarj vklqjh 'kfDr ls ijkftr gksus yxs Fks] rc fuLrst o fuohZ;Z bUnzkfn nsorkx.kksa us czãk ls Lrqfr dj nkuoksa ij LFkkbZ :i ls fot; izkIr djus dk mik; iwNkA l`f"VdrkZ iztk firk czãk us tokc fn;k fd 'kfDriqt a f'ko ds oh;Z ls mRiUu mudk iq= ;fn nsorkvksa dk lsukifrRo Lohdkj djs rks fuf'pr gh nsorkvksa dh fot; gksxhA nsorkvksa ds vfr'k; fou;iwod Z vkxzg ds dkj.k lknkEc f'ko] ikoZrh dh vksj iq= dkeuk gsrq izo`Ùk gq,A vius llqjky esa gh uxkf/kjkt fgeky; dh fgekPNkfnr futhZo ,dkar fxfj danjk esa Lo;aHkw f'ko laHkksx dh dkeuk ls ioZrjkt dh iq=h dh vksj mUeq[k gq,A nsorkvksa us mRlqdrko'k ;g tkuus ds fy, fd ;ksfxjkt :nz:i f'ko dke dh vksj izo`Ùk gksrs gSa ;k ughaA vfXunso dks diksr i{kh ¼dcwrj½ ds :i esa fgeky; dh danjk esa HkstkA izÑfr o iq#"k ds foy{k.k la;ksx dks ns[kdj vfXunso ¼dcwrj½ ds eqag ls xqVjxwa --- xqVjxwa --- dk 'kCn vuk;kl gh fudy x;kA vi{kh LFkku esa] dkeØhM+k ls L[kfyr gksrs gq, f'ko us diksr dks ns[kdj yTtk dk vuqHko fd;k ,oa dqN Øksèk vkSj dkSrwgy ls ful`Ùk gksrs gq, oh;Z dks diksn:fi vfXu ds eq[k esa Mky fn;kA vfXunso bl rst dks lgu u dj lds rFkk rsth ls ogka mM+dj ml oh;Z dk xaxk esa R;kx dj 'kkafr dk vuqHko fd;kA HkkxhjFkh xaxk us vlg~; ml rst dks iqu% i`Foh ij Qsad fn;kA c`gn jljkt lqna j ds vuqlkj xaxk ls ful`Ùk f'ko oh;Z ds ey dh flf) ds dkj.k lqo.kkZfn /kkrq,a mRiUu gqbZA vR;ar cks> ,oa oeu ds dkj.k ftruk oh;Z vfXu :ih diksr ds eq[k ls xaxk rd igqaprs&igqaprs i`Foh ij fxj x;k ogh oh;Z ßikjsÞ vFkkZr~ ßikjnÞ ds :i esa i`Foh ij fo[;kr gqvkA 60

izkphudky ls pyh vk jgh vtJqfr;ksa ds vk/kkj ij vfXu nso ds eqag ls fxjs gq, ml rstLoh oh;Z ds izHkko ls i`Foh ij ikap LFkkuksa ij xgjs&xgjs [kM~Ms ¼dq,a dh vkÑfr es½a cu x,A mlh dky ls ;g dwiLFk f'kooh;Z ikap vyx&vyx [kM~Mksa ds dkj.k ikap vyx&vyx ukeksa ls fo[;kr gqvkA igys dwi esa fxjk ikjk dqN yky jax dk gksus ls Lo;a 'kq) ,oa loZnks"k jfgr gksus ds dkj.k bls ßjlÞ uke ls vfHkfgr fd;k x;kA blh ds lsou ls nsork jksx jfgr vtj o vej gks x;sA nwljs [kM~Ms esa fxjus okyk ikjk dqN Ñ".k o.kZ ¼dkys jax½ dk #{k] vfr papy o nks"k jfgr gksus ds dkj.k ßjlsna Þz uke ls vfHkfgr fd;k x;kA blds lsou ls oklqdh o r{kdkfn ukx e`R;q rFkk o`)koLFkk jfgr gks x,A dkykarj esa leLr nsorkvksa us feydj feêh] iRFkj o pêkuksa ls bu nksuksa dqvksa dks ikV ¼<d½ fn;kA rHkh ls mDr nksuksa tkfr ds ßikjsÞ euq"; yksd esa ekuo tkfr dks vfr nqyZHk gks x,A rhljs [kM~Ms esa fxjk ikjk dqN ihro.khZ; ihykiu fy, gq, ,oa dqN nks"k;qDr gksus ds dkj.k bls ßlwrÞ uke ls vfHkfgr fd;k x;kA ;g ikjk v"Vkn'k ¼18½ laLdkj djus ls fl) gksrk gS rFkk blds fof/kor lsou ls euq"; dh nsg ykSg o otz ds leku lqn`<+ o dBksj gks tkrh gSA prqFkZ dq,a esa tks ikjn uke ls vfHkfgr fd;k x;k] og ikjk vusd izdkj ds ;ksxksa ls o izfØ;kvksa ls lc izdkj ds lkè; o vlk/; jksxksa dk gj.k djrk gSA ;gh ikjn jlk;u 'kkL= ds ekè;e ls fl) gksus ij rkez o 'kh'ks o jtrkfn èkkrqvksa ds v.kq&ijek.kqvksa esa foLQksV dj mUgsa Lo.kZ esa ifjofrZr dj nsrk gSA HkweaMy esa bl ikjs dh [kkusa ;=&r= miyC/k gSaA iape dwi esa izkIr ikjs] eksj dh pafnzdk ¼eksj ia[k ds leku½] vusd izdkj ds fp=&fofp= jax fn[kykbZ nsus ls bls ßfeJd ikjnÞ ds uke ls vfHkfgr fd;k x;kA ;g ikjk Hkh v"Vkn'k ¼18½ laLdkj djus ls fl) gksdj] lk/kd dks bfPNr Qy vo'; nsrk gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012


a gekjs 'kkL=ksa ds vuqlkj ikjn esa bruh vnHkqr peRdkjh 'kfDr;ka gS fd blds izHkko ls euq"; laHko&vlaHko dk;Z Hkh dj ldrk gSA e`R;q rFkk jksxksa ij fot; izkIr dj ldrk gS] gok esa mM+us o vkdk'k esa fopj.k djus dh 'kfDr Hkh izkIr dj ldrk gSA ikjn dh vn~Hkqr 'kfDr;ksa ds izHkko ls euq"; nsorkvksa rqY; ijkØe dks Hkh izkIr dj ldrk gSA ikjn dh bu vnHkqr peRdkjh 'kfDr;ksa dks ns[kdj nsojkt banz fopfyr gksdj iqu% nsokf/knso egknso Hkksyus kFk 'kadj dh 'kj.k esa x, vkSj muls fourh dh] fd gs ukFk~ bl ikjn dh vn~Hkqr peRdkjh 'kfDr;ksa ds izHkko ls ;fn loZ euq"; nsorkvksa ds leku loZiHz kqRo laiUu izHkko'kkyh ,oa 'kfDr'kkyh gks tk,axs rks fQj nsorkvksa dks dkSu iwNx s k\ nsojkt banz dh bl d#.kke; izkFkZuk dks lqudj nsokf/knso egknso us ml ikjs dks nks"k;qDr dapd q h ¼dkapyh½ ;qDr dj fn;kA rc ls ysdj vkt rd ;g ikjk fcuk laLdkj ds fl) ugha gksrkA vr% ikjs dh flf) ds fy, euq"; dks 'kkL=ksDr 'kqf) djuh iM+rh gSA gkykafd 'kq) ikjn dh 'kkL=ksDr 'kqf) ,oa izk.k izfr"Bk dh fofèk FkksMh+ tfVy ,oa yach vo'; gSA oSKkfud vuqla/kku ds vuqlkj ;g ckr izekf.kr gks pqdh gS fd ikjn /kkrq vfXu xHkZ esa ugha jg ldrk gSA 100 fMxzh dk rki feyus ij ;g QSyus yxrk gS vkSj 300 fMxzh dk rki ij ;g vkdk'kxkeh gksdj vn`'; gks tkrk gSA ikjn /kkrq rFkk ikjn ls cuh lkexzh dk rkieku ges'kk gh U;wure gksrk gS] ftls Nwrs gh mldh xq.koÙkk dk vkHkkl gks tkrk gSA ikjn /kkrq esa os vuqie ,oa vlhfer xq.k ik;s tkrs gSa] tks ekuo thou ds fy, vR;ar vko';d gksrs gSAa ikjn ls fufeZr oLrqvksa dks lw{erk ls ns[kus ij mu ij NksV& s NksVs / kCcs fn[krs gSAa ikjn /kkrq otu esa yksgs ls lksyg xquk vf/ kd Hkkj dk gksrk gSA ikjn dks ysdj gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa vusd ckrksa dk mYys[k gS] tSls ikjn dh 'kfDr] ykHk vkfnA vk;qonZs 'kkL= esa ikjn dks ysdj dqN ,slk mYys[k gS& vk;qnZfz oa.ka vkjksX;a ofUgesZ'kkegn~cye~A :i ;kSou&yko.;a jlksiklu;k Hkosr~AA vFkkZr~ vk;q] nzO;¼èku½] vkjksX;rk] tBjkfXu] cqf)] vfr'k; cy] :i&;kSou ,oa yko.;rk] ;s lHkh jl mikluk vFkkZr~ ikjn Hk{k.k ls gksrh gSA grksgfUr tjk O;kf/k] ewfPNZrks O;kf/k ?kkrd%A c)% [kspjrka /kÙks dks U;% lwrk ÑikdjAA vFkkZr~ lk/; jksx ds funku gsrq rks vkS"kf/k ds lsou dk mYys[k feyrk gS ijarq vlk/; jksxksa esa vk;qosZn 'kkL= esa vU; fpfdRlk 'kkL=ksa esa dksbZ vkS"kf/k] dksbZ ugha dgh fdarq] ;g ikjn gh gS] tks vlk/; jksxksa dk Hkh 'keu djrk gSA AIFAS Research Journal of Astrology  Jul.-Sep. 2012

fopkj xks"Bh leh{kk ;g ikjs dh loksZPp Js"Brk dk izek.k gSA e`r ikjk cq<+kis dk uk'k dj ea=ksa dh flf) dks iznku djrk gSA ewfNZr ikjk O;kf/k ¼lHkh izdkj ds jksxksa½ dk uk'kd gS rFkk c) ikjk euq"; dks vkdk'k xeu dh 'kfDr Hkh nsrk gSA ikjn dk Hk{k.k rhu tUeksa ds ikiksa dk uk'k djrk gSA vk;qosZn 'kkL= esa ewfPNZr ikjn dks panu] vxj] diwj vkSj dslj ls varxZr LFkkiuk djuk gh ßf'koiwtkÞ dgykrh gSA blls euq"; ßf'koRoÞ dh izkIr djrk gSA gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa ikjn /kkrq ds dsoy n'kZu djus dk Hkh vR;ar egRo gS] vk;qosZn 'kkL=ksa rFkk /keZ'kkL=ksa us ,d Loj ls ikjn n'kZu ds ykHk o iq.; dks Lohdkj fd;k gSA ;Fkk& 'krk'oes/ksu Ñrsu iqI;axksdksfVfHk% Lo.kZlgLiznkukr~A u`.kka HkosRlwrdn'kZuus ;RloZrhFks"kq ÑrkfHk"ksdkr~AA vFkkZr] tks iq.; 100 v'oes?k ;K djus ls rFkk djksM+ xkSnku djus ls ,oa ,d lglz ¼1000½ rksys ds Lo.kZ nku djus ls rFkk lc rhFkks± ds Luku djus ls tks iq.; vftZr gksrk gS oks iq.; ßikjnÞ ds n'kZu ek= ls lgt esa gh izkIr gks tkrk gSA ikjn f'kofyax dks ysdj gekjs 'kkL=ksa esa lkQ&lkQ mYys[k gS& dsnkjnksfu fyaxkfu] i`fFkO;ka ;kfu dkfufpr~A rkfu n`"V~aoklq ;Riq.;rRiq.;a jln'kZukr~AA vFkkZr~] dsnkj vkfn ifo= rhFkZLFkyksa ls ysdj i`Foh ry ij ftrus Hkh f'kofyax gS muds n'kZu ls tks iq.; feyrk gS ogh iq.; ikjn fufeZr f'kofyax ls lgt esa gh izkIr gks tkrk gS vkSj Hkh dgk gS& Lo;aHkwfyax lkgL=S%] ;RQya lE;xk;Zukr~A rRQya dksfV xqf.kra] jlfyaxkPpZukn~ Hkosr~AA vFkkZr~ tks iq.; gtkj LofufeZr ikfFkZo f'kofyax ds iwtu ls gksrk gS] mlls djksM+ xquk Qy ikjn f'kofyax ds iwtu ls izkIr gksrk gSA ikjn f'kofyax esa lk{kkr~ nsokf/knso egknso Hkxoku f'ko dk okl gksrk gSA vr% ikjn f'kofyax dks ?kj ds iwtk eafnj esa LFkkfir dj] bl ij fuR; fcYo i= vfiZr djsa rFkk nw/k] ikuh ,oa /kwi nhi ls fuR; iwtk djsa rFkk fuR; ßÅ¡ ue% f'kok;Þ vFkok ßegke`R;qt a ;Þ ea= dk 1] 3] 5] 7] 21 ;k 108 ckj tki vo'; djsAa ikjn f'kofyax dh LFkkiuk Jko.k ekg ds lkseokjksa esa vR;ar 'kqHk ,oa QynkbZ gksrk gSA 'kkL=dkjksa us ikjn ,oa ikjn f'kofyax esa lk{kkr f'ko dk okl dgk gSA vr% vki ikjn /kkrq ,oa ikjn /kkrq ls fufeZr ikjn f'kofyax dh vn~Hkqr efgek dks le> ldrs gSAa 61


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