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Shani is a permanent enemy of Ravi and being in the ninth house from him he becomes his temporal enemy also. Sani is thus a bitter enemy Adhi Satru in this chart. In this manner we can work out for all planets and tabulate them. The table so prepared is called Panchadha Maitrichakra. While permanent relationships amongst planets is generally given more weight, the relationship formed in a particular chart by the position of planets is also to be considered while judging the. What Mahadasha major period and antardasha minor period are, will be discussed at the appropriate stage.
For the guidance of the students the Panchadha Maitrichakra of the planets in the example horoscope has been prepared and is given below. The students are advised to themselves work this out and then check it with the table given here:. In the next lesson we shall proceed with the method of casting a horoscope. The students are advised to very diligently make a revision of lessons one to six because the contents of these preliminary lessons will prove of great assistance later when we come to the stage of judging or reading a horoscope.
Acutally the students should always have the main and important natural characteristics of the rais and planets on the tip of their tongue. It might look difficult prima facie but when they read the lessons a number of times they would find that it is not so. Longitude—As the students already know Longitude is the are drawn from the North Pole to the South Pole to mark the distance or location in degrees of a particular place from a central place. This central place is Greenwich.
All cities or places are located either to the West or to the East of Greenwich. Latitude—This is the are to mark distance or location in degrees and minutes of a particular place north or south of Equator. Sidereal Time—This is the time taken by the earth to make one full rotation. It is not exactly 24 hours but goes on changing according to increase or decrease in the durations of days and nights. It is called Vernal equinox time and it is a measure of earth's rotation whith respect to the equinox which has a very small retrograde motion.
At the Greenwich Observatory there is a special clock which indicates the Sidereal Time for each moment of the day or night. We have mentioned this for information only. Lahiri which you are advised to get, as without it, it will not be possible to cast the horoscope. For the purpose of erecting a birth chart or horoscope the following information is needed: 1. Date of Birth—According to Hindu system of astrology a day. Suppose a birth takes place at A.
According to Hindu system it will be a birth on Friday and not Saturday but when the date of birth is noted it should be clearly stated that the time after midnight is between Friday the 23rd March and Saturday the 24th March. If we only say Friday A. Time of Birth—The time of birth whether it is A. There is some controversy as to what constitutes the exact time of birth.
Some are of the opinion, the exact time is when the head or limb of the child appears. Others say that the time of birth is when the head comes out fully. There is yet another view which we endorse that the exact time of birth is when the head comes out fully. There is yet another view which we endorse that the exact time of birth is the moment when the child is completely severed from umbilical cord of the mother and becomes an independent entity. In spite of these principles in practice, we find that the correct or the exact time of birth is seldom available.
Still people in India particularly those in urban areas who possessed clocks, time pieces or watches and who were interested in the preparation of the correct time of birth to some extent. Nowadays in rural areas also this is done and in urban areas the births are generally arranged in hospitals.
Our experience, However, shows that even in hospitals on many occasions the exact time of birth is not noted as the doctors and nruses are more interested in the safe delivery of the child than the recording of the time of birth. Place of Birth—The place of birth is very important to determine the Lagna at a particular place correctly.
We should also as far as possible know the latitude and longitude of the place. The "Table of Ascendants" by Lahiri has given the Latitudes and Logitudes of the important cities of India and of many foreign countries.
If this information is not found in the book, we may have to take the assistance of a standard Atlas. Another point which is very important to note is that in India the Indian Standard Time was advanced by one hour from 1st. September, to 15th October, for war purposes and was thus 6 hours and 30 minutes ahead of the Greenwich Mean Time G. Any recorded time of this period should therefore be reduced by 1 hour to obtain I.
In the Lahiri's "Table of Ascendants" the Longitudes as well as the time which is added or deducted to convert the various places is already given but still we may come across places which are not in this list. In that case we shall first have to find out the Lingitude of that place from the Atlas and then convert it into hours, minutes, seconds, etc. We will explain this by an example. The I. We have to find out the L. The formula for converting the Lingitude into time is: Equivalent Distance.
Now we deduct it from the longitudinal time of the Central Station viz. Thus the L. Having explained the method of finding out L. We will do this with the help of Lahiri's "Table of Ascendants. As there may be very highly educated or mature persons amongst the students going through these lessons eagerness may arise in their minds to know in detail why the various processes are being followed.
We would advise such students to be patient because after they have learnt the preliminaries, they would by their further advanced studies be able to satisfy their eagerness and curiosity. Here we may also mention that we do not propose to give in these lessons the method of casting a horoscope from Panchanga as there are in innumerable panchangas all telling different tales. So please come to the working out of the Lagna of the nativity given above.
Boy born at Delhi on 2 9. If you see pages of the book you will find there a list of important cities of India, Ceylon and Pakistan, "their latitudes, longitudes, the difference between I. This will come to 3 hours 6 minutes and 8 sec onds. A further correction is necessary to this time according to Table IV on page 5. So we will add this 31 seconds to the L. By doing so the corrected time interval before noon will come to 3 hours 6 minutes and 39 seconds.
This will have to be deducted from the Sidereal Time for 12 noon on March 3, viz. Time for 12 noon 23 30 55 Less corrected time interval before noon 3 6 9 Sid. For locating our ascendant, we have to look at the page on which the lagnas for latitude nearest to the latitude for Delhi are given. We find this on page As the sid. The lagnas are given for every 4 minutes.
This is for 4 minutes. For one minute it will be about 18 minutes of longitude and for 16 seconds it will be near about 4'. Lagna for 20 hrs, 24 min.
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After obtaining this Lagna we have to make a correction in respect of Ayanamsha for as per page 6. For the correction is —29' i. What we have explained in so much detail for the benefit of students, has been explained very briefly on page VI of the book. Here it may be mentioned that to be very exact we have calculated for 16 seconds of sidereal time. There would not have been much difference, if we had ignored these 16 seconds. This ollustration is of a birth before 12 noon. For births after 12 noon we have to proceed in a slightly different manner.
We find out the L. Minus 1. Corrected as per Table IV 49 sec for 5 hrs and 1 sec for 8 min and 52 sec 2. Corrected Time Interval Sid. Time for 12 noon for March 15, Plus corrected Time 3. Interval after 12 noon Sid. Time for the Epoch As hours are more than 4. Difference for 4 min 53' Difference for 1 min 13' Difference for 37 sec 9' 8. Thus for sid. Less Ayanamsha correction for Thus the Lagna for the birth at 5. So that the students may not get confused we make the following two points clear to them: 1. The time of birth I. The students should not mix up the minutes and seconds of time with the minutes and seconds of longitude.
In expressing the Longitude of Lagna, other bhavas and planets we use "0" for Mesha, "1" for Vrishabha and "2" for Mithuna and so on. This means that 11th sign viz. We would like to advise the students to read in this context pages V, VI and VII carefully, and also the explanatory notes etc. Here we may explain that cusp means the middle point of a house or bhava according to the Hindu System of Astrology. We should never as is done according to the western system treat the cusp as the commencement of a bhava.
The Longitude of the Lagna as worked out in the previous lesson is the middle point of Lagna which is the first bhava in the birth chart. In order to work out the cusps of the other house, we may first work out the cusp of the X House which you will find in many books being termed as M. Then the cusp of the Xth house will be calculated in accordance with the Table on page 8 of the "Table of Ascendants.
I salute the MOON whose colour is that of curd, conch and snow, who emerged out of the Milky Ocean and who bedecks the tuft of lord Shiva. Thus there is a difference of 58' in 4 minutes of time. After knowing the Longitude of the Lagna, if we add 6 rasis to it get the Cusp of the seventh house which is just opposite to it in the birth chart. Similarly if we add 6 rasis to the cusp or longitude of the Xth House, we get the cusp of the IVth house which is opposite to the Xth House.
Then the difference between the Ascendant and the Xth House M. By adding 6 rasis to 11th and 12th houses we get the cups of the 5th and 6th houses. Similarly by adding to the Ascendant or Lagna successively the difference between the 4th house and the Ascendant, the Longitudes of the 2nd and 3rd houses are obtained. Adding 6 rasis to the Longitudes of the 2nd and 3rd we arrive at the Longitudes of 8th and 9th houses which are opposite to them.
By the above method we are only able to obtain the Longitudes of all the twelve houses but that is not all. We have also to work out the stretch of each house. This we can do when we are able to find the Longitude of the ending point of a particular house and the commencement of the next house. This point of demarcation is called "Sandhi" in Hindi. Then by adding 6 rasis to the available longitudes we will bet the Longitudes of the remaining houses and Sandhies will be appreciated when we proceed further in our lessons.
We will now work out for the sake of illustration of the Longitudes and Sandhies in the case of a birth in Delhi at 9. Longitudes of various houses etc. From this tabular statement we clearly get the stretch of each house or Bhava. In the same manner we should understand the stretch of each Bhava. The utility of this information will be pointed out later. Only when this has been done, the birth chart could be said to be complete. Lahiri a mention of which had been made at the commencement of these lessons.
A glance through this book would show that it contains daily Longitudes of all the planets at 5. Now in our example nativity we have to calculate the longitudes for the time of birth viz. Before we describe the process for such calculations, the students may please note that for calculations in the longitude of the planets it is not necessary to convert the I.
The process for calculating the longitude for a particular date and particular time is as follows: 1. We take out the page on which the longitudes of the month in question is given. Here the month is March , so take out this page. Then we should work out the motion of each planet in 24 hours. This is done by finding out the difference in the longitude of the particular date and the next date.
In the present case the date is March 15, So we have to find out the difference between the longitude of each planet as on March 16, and March 15, We will note the difference between the actual time for which the longitude is to be found out and the time for which the longitude is given in the Ephemeris. In our example the time for which longitudes are required is 9. So the difference in the two times is 3 hours 45 minutes.
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Please note that we have to take the Log. The manner in which these Logs should be used is also given on page Now we will for the sake of illustration work out the Longitudes of all the planets. Now the nearest Log. For 2. Thus the required Longitude will be This method has now to be adopted for calculating the Longitudes of the remaining planets.
This means Log, being 2. This added to Longitudes for 5. The nearest Log. Being 2. In the case of Budha we find that unlike the previous three planets he is in retrograde motion i. This is clear when we see that the Longitude for March 16, is less than for March 15 By doing soothe Longitude for Budha for 9. Thus the Longitude for 9. And we have the birth chart ready. The Longitude for 9. SHANI L In this case as the motion for 24 hours is only 3 minutes, there will hardly be any significant motion in 3 hrs 45 min. For 3 hours 45 min. Being 3. As Rahu and Ketu are always in retrograde motion, we deduct 1' from the Longitude for 5.
Thus the Longitude for the Lagna and the various planets for 9. Then we move anti-clock wise and in the second house we have Vrishabha rasi in which Sani has been placed according to his Longitude. The other planets have been similarly. In the form used in South India, as explained earlier the places of the rasis are always the same and all we have to do is to place the Lagna and other planets in the chart according to their Longitudes. This is what we have done in chart No.
At the risk and trouble of repeating, we may remind the students that in south India form the rasis are placed successively in clockwise order. So when Lagna is Mesha, the second house right to it has Vrishabha rasi and so on. The Bhava Chakra is that chart which bhavas the planets actually occupy according to the stretch of each Bhava. As the planets exert their influence not only on the strength of their rasi but also by their position in a particular Bhava, the erection of a Bhava chart is very important for the judgment of a horoscope.
In the Bhava Chart we give no place to rasis but only indicate the bhavas and position of planets in various bhavas. A planet is placed in a bhava, whatever be his rasi, in the stretch of which the Longitude of that planet falls. For the sake of illustration let us prepare the Bhava Chart for the example horoscope. The roman figures I, II etc. The remaining planets remain in the same position. Ravi has, therefore, been placed in the XI Bhava.
Kuja has therefore, been placed in the X Bhava in the Bhava Chakra If the students will check and verify, they will find that the other planets have been placed in the other Bhavas by adopting the same principle.
Rahu and Ketu do not own any Rasi. We find that Kuja lord of Lagna or 1st house and 8th house is placed in the example Rasi Chart prepared by us in the 9th house but in the Bhava Chakra he is placed in the X house. Ravi Lord of the 5th house is placed in the 12th house in Rasi Chart but in the 11th house in the Bhava Chart. Guru Lord of 9th and 12th houses is placed in the 10th both in the Rasi and Bhava Charts. Sani Lord of 10th and 11th houses is placed in the 2nd in both Rasi and Bhava Charts.
Rahu and Ketu remain in the same houses in both Rasis and Bhava Charts. We have mentioned all this here only to bring home to the students that it is the position of a planet in the Bhava Chart that counts for the judgment of a horoscope. When we prepare the cuspal chart, it will clearly show in which rasis fall the cups of the various houses. The Cuspal Chart of the example horoscope will be as below. It is a coincidence in this case all the cusps have fallen in the same rasi as in the Rasi Charts but quite often it so happens that more than one cusp falls in one rasi. The result of this is that the lord of the rasi becomes Lord of both the cusps in that rasi.
It will be better if this is illustrated by an example of another horoscope. This is the birth chart of a native who was born at Agra at 1. Just see the world of difference the position of cusps of the various houses has made in this horoscope. We have dealt with this matter at some length in view of the great importance of the Cuspal Chart in horoscopy.
It is from the Rasi Chart that we should see the position of planets in various rasis, their aspects, conjunctions, yogas this will be dealt with later. From the Bhava Chart we should see the position of planets in various bhavas: and from the Cuspal Charts we have to see which planet is Lord of a particular cusp bhava or house. If two cusps fall in a particular rasi, the owner of that rasi becomes lord of both the cups bhavas.
This has already been adequately explained in the example given above. We would advise the students not to get confused by trying to assess the value of these charts but just to try to follow them and understand them as per instructions given in this lesson and the previous lessons. It will not be difficult for them to understand their significance more clearly as they advance in their study of the subject. However, generally six or seven divisions known as Shadvargas or Saptavargas are in vogue.
We do not propose to go into detail about these Vargas because for the beginners it will be sufficient if they have the Rasi along with Bhava Charts as explained earlier and the Navamsa charts. Experience has shown that very accurate predictions are possible with these charts only. Navamsa means ninth part of a sign. On next page you will find a Table of Navamsa with the help of which you can prepare the Navamsa Chart in a few minutes. Now with the help of this chart let us prepare the Navamsa Chakra or Chart for the example horoscope. Previously we have got the longitudes of the Lagna and the various planets.
We have to give their Navamsa in the Navamsa Chart. I salute VENUS who is as bright as snow, the fragrant cleander 'kunda' flower and the lotus stem, who is the guru of demons and who preaches all the sastras. So the Navamsa Lagna falls in Vrischika Rasi. If we see column 13 we find this that it would fall in the Navamsa of Kataka. So we put Ravi in Kataka in the Navamsa Chart. If we see column 5, we find that this falls in Navamsa of Thula Rasi. So we put Chandra in Thula in this Navamsa Chart.
Note : The numbers 1, 2, 3 etc. For example 1 means Mesha, 2 means Vrishabha, 3 means Mithuna and so on. There is another way of describing the position of planets in the Navamsa Chart. Panapharas cadent and 3, 6, 9, 12 as Apoklimas succeedent. As 5th and 9th are trines, they should not be treated as panaphar and Apoklimas respectively. Houses 3, 6, 10 and 11 are Upachayas, which means houses of growth. The Lagna 1st house is treated as Kendra as well as a Trikona. It is believed that all planets do good when they are in Upachayas houses.
There is another school of thought that natural benefics are not so good rather harmful in these houses while natural malefics give good results when posited there. We do not agree with the latter view and shall discuss this matter in greater detail at a later stage. Houses 3, 6, 8, 12 are bad houses Dusthana. Any planet posited in these houses destroys the signification of the house, which he owns. Lords of these houses do harm to the significations of the houses where they are posited.
However lords of Dusthana if posited in Dusthans give good results. The principle behind this is that Lord of a Dusthana does good when he is rendered weak. A planet becomes weak when he is placed in Dusthana. I salute MARS who is earth's son, who is as lustrous as lightning and who holds the weapon 'shakti' in his hand. FIRST HOUSE LAGNA Physical stature, colour, form and shape, constitution, health, vitality and vigor, natural dispositions and tendencies, personality and struggle for life, honours, dignity, prosperity, general well being, head, upper part of the face, virtues, longevity, start in life and an idea about the general structure of life.
This is also house of death or Marakasthana. THIRD HOUSE Mental inclination, ability, memory, intellect, inclination to study, courage, firmness, valour, prowess, heroism, younger brothers or sisters, cousins, neighbours, short travels, communications such as rail, wireless, posts and telegraphs, correspondence, writings, change of residence, signing contracts or agreements, rumors, carrying tales, hands, throat, shoulder blade, collar bone, arms and nervous system.
FIFTH HOUSE Progeny children , inclinations, pleasure, artistic talents, recreation, entertainment, amusement, sports, romance, competitive activities like cards, crosswords, lottery, gambling or betting, love affairs, ambassadors, good or bad morals, mantra-tantra, religious mind ness, high learning and wisdom, enormous riches, spiritual practice. SEVENTH HOUSE House of union or earthly ties, legal bondage, partner in life wife , partner in business, conjugal life, litigation, influence in foreign countries and reputation achieved there, danger to life, Marakasthana house of death.
NINTH HOUSE Faith, wisdom and divine worship, fortune Bhagya , philosophy, religious and philosophical beliefs, meditation, intuition and forethought, place of worship, sacrifices and charity, father, preceptor Guru , teaching, dharma, dreams and visions, communication with spirits, long journeys, sea voyage, air travel, higher education, foreign travel, knees.
ELEVENTH HOUSE Friends, society, community, favorites, ambitions, wishes, desires and their fulfillment, gains of wealth, success in undertakings, incoming wealth, profits, prosperity, elder brother, reocery from illness, dawn of fortune, ankles. TWELFTH HOUSE Loss and impediments, restraint and limitation, waste and extravagance, expenses, drudgery and deception, investments donations, charities, separation from family, going to far away places, sorrow and sin, misery and misfortune, poverty, imprisonment, secret enemies, confinement in hospital, assassination, fraud, scandal, disgrace and secret sorrows.
Success trough occult affairs, the feet, the left eye, the left ear, comforts of bed, debts, life in a foreign place. The 8th and 3rd are also called houses of longevity and 2nd and 7th as houses of death or Maraksthanas. Each Avasthas produces its own result and this has to be taken into account at the time of the judgment of the horoscope. The various Avasthas are as follows:. The result of this is gain from conveyances, respect from elders, fame, wealth and good progeny. In a horoscope if Sukra is in Vrishabha or Thula rasi, we will say that he is Swastha.
Friend's sign or rasi means the rasi owned by a natural friend. For example, if in a horoscope Guru is in Simha rasi, which is owned by Ravi, as Ravi is a natural friend of Guru, it is said that Guru is in a friendly sign. If Guru were in Thula or Vrishabha which is owned by Sukra, we would say that Guru is in an enemy sign as Sukra is a natural enemy of Guru. SANTHA When a planet is in a favourable sub-division by sub-division is meant that he is favourably posited in various vargas, mentioned in Lesson X he is said to be Santha.
A planet in this Avastha is said to give favourable results. Such planets cause losses, troubles, quarrels with parents, imprisonment, etc. A planet is said to be combust when he is near Ravi. Here again, we would say that in actual practice com-bustion as described above has not been found to cause adverse results as described in the classical texts.
The adverse result described are diseases, becoming orphan, losing wife and children and disgrace. We have seen a number of horoscopes where planets said to be combust have given good results during their Mahadasha and Antardahsa. But then the principle as laid down by our ancients has to be remembered and judged in actual practice.
We may also mention in this connection that it is also believed when Budha is in rapt conjunction with Ravi, that is, he is in the same degree as Ravi, he gives excellent results. The students would do well when they get advanced in their studies to test what we have said and from their judgments in this respect. A planet in this Avastha also gives adverse results. Each planet is supposed to get a particular share of strength when he occupies a particular position. A planet gets Sthanbala when he is exalted, is in his own house, Mooltrikona and friendly house or when he is in his own sign in Shadvargas.
For exatation and Mooltrikona signs see Lesson V. Guru and Budha have Digbala in the east that is, when they are posited in Lagna , Ravi and Kuja have Digbala in the south 10th house , Sani in the west 7th house , Sukra and Chandra in the north 4th house. Kuja, Budha, Guru, Sukra and Sani get this source of strength when they are in retrograde motion or when they are in conjunction with Chandra i.
Chandra, Kuja, Sani are powerful at night i. Ravi, Guru and Sukra are powerful during the day. Budha is powerful both. Malefics and benefics are powerful during the dark half and bright half of the lunar month respectively. Budha is powerful at sunrise, Ravi at noon, Sani in the evening, Kuja at first part of the night, Chandra at midnight and Sukra at the last part of the night.
Guru is powerful always. Planets are said to be powerful in their week days, months and years. About this source of strength we may point out to the students who are only beginners that they should keep the above principles in mind. We have already discussed the aspects of planets in Lesson V.
The aspect of a malefic or an enemy planet lessons the Drugbala of the aspected planets while his Drugbala is increased if he receives the aspect of a benefic or a friendly planet. Ravi is most powerful and Sani has the least natural strength or Naisargikbala. Our classical texts have laid down very detailed principles to work out the strength of the planets on the basis of the sources of strength described above.
It is a very lengthy process and very few astrologers take the trouble of going in that much detail. For our students it will be sufficient to know the various sources of strength. Experience and practice will enable them without arithmetical calculations to judge the strengths of planets in a horoscope.
There is a saying that too much arithmetic spoils the predictive ability of an astrologer. Believe it or not, this is very true. We shall follow the Vimshottari Dasha system in our lessons. The total of different periods Mahadashas of the planets has been put as years which our ancients considered as the natural life period of a human being. The position of Chandra at birth is taken into account in the calculation of Mahadashas. Each Nakshatra has a planet assigned as its lord and Dasa at birth is determined by the Nakshatra occupied by Chandra at that moment.
The following method is adopted for calculating the balance of Mahadasha at birth. This indicates that 14 years and 22 days of Sani's Mahadasha is already over at birth and the balance that would remain at credit at birth will be 19 years minus 14 years 22 days, that is, 4 years 11 months and 8 days. All this detailed calculation will be avoided, if you obtain the balance of Dasha at birth from the tables given on pages 68 and 69 of the "Indian Ephemeris" for We find that we in our present case are concerned with the last column under which balance of Dasha is given, if Chandra is in Kataka, Vrischika or Meena.
In column five the balance of dasha is given for every 20' of longitude. For 12' we will have to find out from the table of "Proportional Parts for Dasha of Planets" one page Here for 10' the balance of Sani Dasha is 2 months 26 days and for 2' it is 17 days. So for 12' it would be 3 months and 13 days.
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This will be the balance of Sani Mahadasha at birth. After finding the Mahadasha at birth we have to find out the sub-periods or Antardashas. In the Mahadasha of each planet we have the sup-periods of all the nine planets in proportion to the periods of their Mahadasha.
The first sub-period belongs to the Mahadasha lord himself and the sub-periods of the remaining eights planets will be in the order given in the table of Mahadashas. Here we find that the Mahadasha at birth is that of Sani. As this Dasha system is based on Nakshatras Budha lord of Nakshatras next to Pushyami in which the Moon is at birth in the example horoscope.
After Budha it will be Kethu, then Venus and so on. The order in which the Mahadasha will follow has already been given in the Table of Mahadashas earlier in this lesson. We hope that the students will find this method easier. It is for them to adopt which of the above two methods suits them. There is an easy method by means of which the Antardasha can be independently calculated. This may be helpful at times. When the Antardasha Tables are not readily available.
Then cutting off the last digit of the product, multiply it by 3 and keep that figure as days. Suppose we want to find out the Antardasha of Budha in the Mahadasha of Sani. Multiply the Mahadasha period of Budha 17 years by that of Sani 19 years i. By adopting the above methods the Antardasha of Buddha will be 32 months and 9 days i. The sub-periods are further sub-divided into minor periods Pratiantardasha. The further sub-divisions are Sookshma, Prana and Swara.
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In our lessons we would like to confine ourselves to sub-periods only because once the principle is known to find the results of Mahadasha and Antardasha, the results of further subdivision can also be assessed. That would be a matter for more advanced study of the subject. We have seen in respect of the example horoscope that the.
It may be necessary at times also to know the Antardasha operating at that time. With the expired portion of Mahadasha at birth there would be certain Antardashas, which would have expired. After determining them we can say under what Antardasha the birth has occurred. To do this, find out all the sub-periods Antardashas in Mahadasha. Add together these Antardashas from the beginning one by one till the total is a little over the expired portion of the Mahadasha at birth.
Reduce this total by the expired part of Mahadasha and the remainder gives the balance of unexpired Antardasha at birth. In our example horoscope, the expired portion Sani Mahadasha at birth is 14 years 22 days. The total period of Mahadasha is 19 years. Thus the Antardasha of Rahu at birth was 2 years 4 months and 26 days. When a very small portion of Mahadasha is left as balance at the time of the birth, students proficient in arithmetic or even other can work this out from the other end.
In common astrological parlance such a Nakshatra is called Janma Nakshatra. The effects of the various Janma Nakshatras given below are general in nature. They are, however, not completely wiped out. Healthy, enjoys life, learned, wealthy. Strong, joyful, learned, ungrateful, deceitful, multi-tongued. HASTA Learned, courageous, enthusiastic, grateful, wealthy towards the later part of life, merciless, shameless, potential thief. ANURADHA Wealthy, honored by the great, dutiful to parents, rides on elephants nowadays we can say that he has comforts of vehicles and conveyances , has beautiful hair, red eye lashes, loves pan betel-leaf has a flare for fair sex, always travels in foreign soil.
MOOLA Proud, rich, of steady mind, ease-loving, short-tempered, harsh, hates relatives, loves discipline. Strong, muscular, of long nose, grateful, popular, humble, Godfearing, beloved of his parents, loves wholesome meals, has clear knowledge of good and bad. Scholarly, famous, circumspective, beloved of other sex, loves perfume, enthusiastic, perfect gentleman.
Lawyer, uncompromising, truthful, harsh-tongued, learned, courageous, tactful, dependent, loved by kings. Sad, easily won over by women, inherits money trough women, has a gifted tongue, learned, Godless, avaricious, jealous. It will also be relevant to let the students know at this stage that it is generally believed that birth in some quarters of a few Nakshatras are considered inauspicious and might cause harmful effects to the native or his parents etc.
The life of father or mother may also be in danger.
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