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Ch. 21. Effects of Karm Bhava

1. I now explain the effects of Karm Bhava. Listen to these, o Maitreya, in the words of Brahma, Garga and others.

2. Paternal Happiness. If Karm’s Lord is strong and in exaltation, or in its own R??i/Nav???, the native will derive extreme paternal happiness, will enjoy fame and will perform good deeds.

3. If Karm’s Lord is devoid of strength, the native will face obstructions in his work. If Rahu is in an angle, or in a trine, he will perform religious sacrifices, like Jyotishtoma.

4. If Karm’s Lord is with a benefic, or be in an auspicious Bhava, one will always gain through royal patronage and in business. In a contrary situation, only opposite results will come to pass.

5. Should Karm and Labh Bhava be both occupied by malefics, the native will indulge only in bad deeds and will defile his own men.

6. If the Lord of Karm Bhava is relegated to Randhr Bhava along with Rahu, the native will hate others; be a great fool and will do bad deeds.

7. If ?ani, Mangal and Karm’s Lord are in Yuvati, as Yuvati’s Lord is with a malefic, the native will be fond of carnal pleasures and of filling his belly.

8-10 Should Karm’s Lord be in exaltation and be in the company of Guru, as Dharm’s Lord is in Karm the native will be endowed with honour, wealth and valour. One will lead a happy life, if Labh’s Lord is in Karm and Karm’s Lord is in Lagn, or, if the Lord of Karm Bhava is yuti with the Lord of Labh Bhava in an angle. Should Karm’s Lord in strength be in Meen along Guru, the native will doubtless obtain robes, ornaments and happiness.

11. Should Rahu, S?rya, ?ani and Mangal be in Labh Bhava, the native will incur cessation of his duties.

12. One will be learned and wealthy, if Guru is in Meen along with ?ukr, while Lagn’s Lord is strong and Candr is in exaltation.

13. Should Karm’s Lord be in Labh, while Labh’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava and ?ukr is in Karm, the native will be endowed with precious stones.

14. If the Karm’s Lord is exalted in an angle, or a trine and is yuti with Guru, or receives a Drishti from Guru, one will be endowed with deeds.

15. Should Karm’s Lord be in Lagn along with Lagn’s Lord, as Candr is in an angle, or in a trine, the native will be interested in good deeds.

16. If ?ani is in Karm Bhava along with a debilitated Grah, while Karm Bhava in the Nav??? Kundali is occupied by a malefic, the native will be bereft of acts.

17. One will indulge in bad acts, if Karm’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, while Randhr’s Lord is in Karm Bhava with a malefic.

18. Obstructions to the native’s acts will crop up, if Karm’s Lord is in fall, as both Karm Bhava and the 10th from Karm Bhava have malefic occupations.

19-21. Combinations for Fame. One will be endowed with fame, if Candr is in Karm Bhava, while Karm’s Lord is in a trine from Karm Bhava and Lagn’s Lord is in Lagn’s angle. Similar effects will come to pass, if Labh’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, while Karm’s Lord is strong and gives a Drishti to Guru. Fame will come to the native, if Karm’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, as Lagn’s Lord is in Karm Bhava and Candr is in Putr Bhava.

22. O excellent of the Brahmins, thus have been told about the effects of Karm Bhava in a brief manner. Other related effects be guessed by you based on the relationship of the Lords of Lagn and of Karm Bhava.

Ch. 22. Effects of Labh Bhava

1. O excellent of the Brahmins, I now explain effects relating to Labh Bhava, the auspiciousness of which Bhava will make one happy at all times.

2. Should Labh’s Lord be in Labh itself, or be in an angle, or in a trine from Lagn, there will be many gains. Similarly, if Labh’s Lord is exalted, though in combustion there will be many gains.

3. If Labh’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, while Dhan’s Lord is in an angle along with Guru, the gains will be great.

4. If Labh’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, while Labh Bhava is occupied by a benefic, the native will gain 2000 Nishkas in his 36th year.

5. If Labh’s Lord is yuti with a benefic in an angle, or in a trine, the native will acquire 500 Nishkas in his 40th year.

6. The native will own 6000 Nishkas, if Labh Bhava is occupied by Guru, while Dhan Bhava and Dharm Bhava are, respectively, taken over by Candr and ?ukr by position.

7. Should Guru, Budh and Candr be in the 11th from Labh, the native will be endowed with wealth, grains, fortunes, diamonds, ornaments etc.

8. One will gain 1000 Nishkas in his 33rd year, if Labh’s Lord is in Lagn and Lagn’s Lord is in Labh Bhava.

9. If Labh’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, as Dhan’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, one will amass abundant fortunes after marriage.

10. If Labh’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, as Sahaj’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, one will gain wealth through co-borns and will be endowed with excellent ornaments.

11. There will be no gains in spite of numerous efforts, if Labh’s Lord is in fall, in combustion, or be in Ari, Randhr, or Vyaya Bhava with a malefic.

Ch. 23. Effects of Vyaya Bhava

1-4. O Brahmin, now I tell you about the effects of Vyaya Bhava. There will be expenses on good accounts, if Vyaya’s Lord is with a benefic, or in his own Bhava, or exalted, or, if a benefic occupies Vyaya. One will own beautiful houses and beds and be endowed with superior scented articles and pleasures, if Candr happens to be Vyaya’s Lord and be exalted, or be in its own R??i and/or Nav???, or in Labh/Dharm/Putr Bhava in R??i/Nav???. The said native will live with rich clothes and ornaments, be learned and Lordly.

5-6. And, if Vyaya’s Lord is in Ari, or Randhr Bhava, or be in enemy’s Nav???, in debilitation Nav???, or in Randhr Bhava in Nav???, one will be devoid of happiness from wife, be troubled by expenses and deprived of general happiness. If he be in an angle, or trine, the native will beget a spouse.

7. Just as these effects are derived from Tanu Bhava in regard to the native, similar deductions be made about co-borns etc. from Sahaj and other Bhavas.

8. Grahas placed in the visible half of the zodiac will give explicit results, while the ones in the invisible half will confer secret results.

9. If Rahu is in Vyaya along with Mangal, ?ani and S?rya, the native will go to hell. Similar effect will occur, if Vyaya’s Lord is with S?rya.

10. If there is a benefic in Vyaya, while its Lord is exalted, or is yuti with, or receives a Drishti from a benefic, one will attain final emancipation.

11. One will wander from country to country, if Vyaya’s Lord and Vyaya Bhava are with malefics and Vyaya’s Lord gives a Drishti to, or receives a Drishti from malefics.

12. One will move in his own country, if Vyaya’s Lord and Vyaya Bhava are with benefics and Vyaya’s Lord gives a Drishti to, or receives a Drishti from benefics.

13. Earnings will be through sinful measures, if Vyaya is occupied by ?ani, or Mangal etc. and is not receiving a Drishti from a benefic.

14. If Lagn’s Lord is in Vyaya, while Vyaya’s Lord is in Lagn with ?ukr, expenses will be on religious grounds.

Ch. 24. Effects of the Bhava Lords

1. Effects of Lagn’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 12). Should Lagn’s Lord be in Lagn itself, the native will be endowed with physical happiness and prowess. He will be intelligent, fickle-minded, will have two wives and will unite with other females.

2. If the Lagn’s Lord is in Dhan, he will be gainful, scholarly, happy, endowed with good qualities, be religious, honourable and will have many wives.

3. If Lagn’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will equal a lion in valour, be endowed with all kinds of wealth, be honourable, will have two wives, be intelligent and happy.

4. If Lagn’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be endowed with paternal and maternal happiness, will have many brothers, be lustful, virtuous and charming.

5. If Lagn’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will have mediocre progenic happiness, will lose his first child, be honourable, given to anger and be dear to king.

6. If Lagn’s Lord is in Ari Bhava and related to a malefic the native will be devoid of physical happiness and will be troubled by enemies, if there is no benefic Drishti.

7. If Lagn’s Lord is a malefic and is placed in Yuvati Bhava, the natives wife will not live (long). If the Grah in question is a benefic, one will wander aimlessly, face penury and be dejected. He will alternatively become a king (if the said Grah is strong).

8. If Lagn’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be an accomplished scholar, be sickly, thievish, be given to much anger, be a gambler and will join others’ wives.

9. If Lagn’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be fortunate, dear to people, be a devotee of ?r? Vishnu, be skilful, eloquent in speech and be endowed with wife, sons and wealth.

10. If Lagn’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be endowed with paternal happiness, royal honour, fame among men and will doubtlessly have self-earned wealth.

11. If Lagn’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will always be endowed with gains, good qualities, fame and many wives.

(12) If Lagn’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava and is devoid of benefic Drishti and/or Yuti, the native will be bereft of physical happiness, will spend unfruitfully and be given to much anger.

13. Effects of Dhan’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 24). If Dhan’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons and wealth, be inimical to his family, lustful, hard-hearted and will do others’ jobs.

14. If Dhan’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be wealthy, proud, will have two, or more wives and be bereft of progeny.

15. If Dhan’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be valorous, wise, virtuous, lustful and miserly; all these, when related to a benefic. If related to a malefic, the native will be a heterodox.

16. If Dhan’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will acquire all kinds of wealth. If Dhan’s Lord is exalted and is yuti with Guru, one will be equal to a king.

17. If Dhan’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be wealthy. Not only the native, but also his sons will be intent on earning wealth.

18. If Dhan’s Lord is in Ari Bhava along with a benefic, the native will gain wealth through his enemies; if Dhan’s Lord is yuti with a malefic, there will be loss through enemies apart from mutilation of shanks.

19. If Dhan’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be addicted to others’ wives and he will be a doctor. If a malefic is related to the said placement by yuti with Dhan’s Lord, or by Drishti, the native’s wife will be of questionable character.

20. If Dhan’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be endowed with abundant land and wealth. But he will have limited marital felicity and be bereft of happiness from his elder brother.

21. If Dhan’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be wealthy, diligent, skilful, sick during childhood and will later on be happy and will visit shrines, observing religious code etc.

22. If Dhan’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be libidinous, honourable and learned; he will have many wives and much wealth, but he will be bereft of filial happiness.

23. If Dhan’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will have all kinds of wealth, be ever diligent, honourable and famous.

24. If Dhan’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be adventurous, be devoid of wealth and be interested in other’s wealth, while his eldest child will not keep him happy.

25. Effects of Sahaj’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 36). If Sahaj’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will have self-made wealth, be disposed to worship, be valorous and be intelligent, although devoid of learning.

26. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be corpulent, devoid of valour, will not make much efforts, be not happy and will have an eye on others’ wives and others’ wealth.

27. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be endowed with happiness through co-born and will have wealth and sons, be cheerful and extremely happy.

28. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be happy, wealthy and intelligent, but will acquire a wicked spouse.

29. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will have sons and be virtuous. If in the process Sahaj’s Lord be yuti with, or receives a Drishti from a malefic, the native will have a formidable wife.

30. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will be inimical to his co-born, be affluent, will not be well disposed to his maternal uncle and be dear to his maternal aunt.

31. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be interested in serving the king. He will not be happy during boyhood, but the end of his life he will be happy.

32. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be a thief, will derive his livelihood serving others and will die at the gate of the royal palace.

33. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will lack paternal bliss, will make fortunes through wife and will enjoy progenic and other pleasures.

34. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will have all lands of happiness and self-made wealth and be interested in nurturing wicked females.

35. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, then native will always gain in trading, be intelligent, although not literate, be adventurous and will serve others.

36. If Sahaj’s Lord is in Vyaya, the native will spend on evil deeds, will have a wicked father and will be fortunate through a female.

37. Effects of Bandhu’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 48). If Bandhu’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be endowed with learning, virtues, ornaments, lands, conveyances and maternal happiness.

38. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will enjoy pleasures, all kinds of wealth, family life and honour and be adventurous. He will be cunning in disposition.

39. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be valorous, will have servants, be liberal, virtuous and charitable and will possess self-earned wealth. He will be free from diseases.

40. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Bandhu, the native will be a minister and will possess all kinds of wealth. He will be skilful, virtuous, honourable, learned, happy and be well disposed to his spouse.

41. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be happy and be liked by all. He will be devoted to ?r? Vishnu, be virtuous, honourable and will have self-earned wealth.

42. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will be devoid of maternal happiness, be given to anger, be a thief and a conjurer, be independent in action and be indisposed.

43. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be endowed with a high degree of education, will sacrifice his patrimony and be akin to the dumb in an assembly.

44. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be devoid of domestic and other comforts, will not enjoy much parental happiness and be equal to a neuter.

45. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be dear to one and all, be devoted to God, be virtuous, honourable and endowed with every land of happiness.

46. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will enjoy royal honours, be an alchemist, be extremely pleased, will enjoy pleasures and will conquer his five senses.

47. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will have fear of secret disease, he will be liberal, virtuous, charitable and helpful to others.

48. If Bandhu’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava the native will be devoid of domestic and other comforts, will have vices and be foolish and indolent.

49. Effects of Putr’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 60). If Putr’s Lord is in Lagn, the native will be scholarly, be endowed with progenic happiness, be a miser, be crooked and will steal others’ wealth.

50. If Putr’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will have many sons and wealth, be a pater familias, be honourable, be attached to his spouse and be famous in the world.

51. If Putr’s Lord is in Sahaj, the native will be attached to his co-born, be a tale bearer and a miser and be always interested in his own work.

52. If Putr’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be happy, endowed with maternal happiness, wealth and intelligence and be a king, or a minister, or a preceptor.

53. If Putr’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will have progeny, if related to a benefic; there will be no issues, if malefic is related to Putr’s Lord, placed in Putr Bhava. Putr’s Lord in Putr Bhava will, however, make one virtuous and dear to friends.

54. If Putr’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will obtain such sons, who will be equal to his enemies, or will lose them, or will acquire an adopted, or purchased son.

55. If Putr’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be honourable, very religious, endowed with progenic happiness and be helpful to others.

56. If Putr’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will not have much progenic happiness, be troubled by cough and pulmonary disorders, be given to anger and be devoid of happiness.

57. If Putr’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be a prince, or equal to him, will author treatises, be famous and will shine in his race.

58. If Putr’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will enjoy a Raj Yog and various pleasures and be very famous.

59. If Putr’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will be learned, dear to people, be an author of treatises, be very skilful and be endowed with many sons and wealth.

60. If Putr’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be bereft of happiness from his own sons, will have an adopted, or purchased son.

61. Effects of Ari’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 72). If Ari’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be sickly, famous, inimical to his own men, rich, honourable, adventurous and virtuous.

62. If Ari’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be adventurous, famous among his people, will live in alien countries, be happy, be a skilful speaker and be always interested in his own work.

63. If Ari’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be given to anger, be bereft of courage, inimical to all of his co-born and will have disobedient servants.

64. If Ari’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be devoid maternal happiness, be intelligent, be a tale bearer, be jealous, evil-minded and very rich.

65. If Ari’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will have fluctuating finances. He will incur enmity with his sons and friends. He will be happy, selfish and kind.

66. If Ari’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will have enmity with the group of his kinsmen, but be friendly to others and will enjoy mediocre happiness in matters, like wealth.

67. If Ari’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be deprived of happiness through wedlock. He will be famous, virtuous, honourable, adventurous and wealthy.

68. If Ari’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be sickly, inimical, will desire others’ wealth, be interested in others’ wives and be impure.

69. If Ari’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will trade in wood and stones (‘Pashan’ also means poison) and will have fluctuating professional fortunes.

70. If Ari’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be well known among his men, will not be respectfully disposed to his father and will be happy in foreign countries. He will be a gifted speaker.

71. If Ari’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will gain wealth through his enemies, be virtuous, adventurous and will be somewhat bereft of progenic happiness.

72. If Ari’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will always spend on vices, be hostile to learned people and will torture living beings.

73. Effects of Yuvati’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 84). If Yuvati’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will go to others’ wives, be wicked, skilful, devoid of courage and afflicted by windy diseases.

74. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will have many wives, will gain wealth through his wife and be procrastinating in nature.

75. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will face loss of children and sometimes with great difficulty there will exist a living son. There is also the possibility of birth of a daughter.

76. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the wife of the native will not be under his control. He will be fond of truth, intelligent and religious. He will suffer from dental diseases.

77. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be honourable, endowed with all (i.e. seven principal) virtues, always delighted and endowed with all kinds of wealth.

78. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will beget a sickly wife and he will be inimical to her. He will be given to anger and will be devoid of happiness.

79. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be endowed with happiness through wife, be courageous, skilful and intelligent, but only afflicted by windy diseases.

80. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be deprived of marital happiness. His wife will be troubled by diseases, be devoid of good disposition and will not obey the native.

81. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will have union with many women, be well disposed to his own wife and will have many undertakings.

82. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will beget a disobedient wife, will be religious and endowed with wealth, sons etc.

83. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will gain wealth through his wife, be endowed with less happiness from sons etc. and will have daughters.

84. If Yuvati’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will incur penury, be a miser and his livelihood will be related to clothes. His wife will be a spendthrift.

85. Effects of Randhr’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 96). If Randhr’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be devoid of physical felicity and will suffer from wounds. He will be hostile to gods and Brahmins.

86. If Randhr’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be devoid of bodily vigour, will enjoy a little wealth and will not regain lost wealth.

87. If Randhr’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be devoid of fraternal happiness, be indolent and devoid of servants and strength.

88. If Randhr’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the child will be deprived of its mother. He will be devoid of a house, lands and happiness and will doubtlessly betray his friends.

89. If Randhr’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be dull witted, will have limited number of children, be long-lived and wealthy.

90. If Randhr’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will win over his enemies, be afflicted by diseases and during childhood will incur danger through snakes and water.

91. If Randhr’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will have two wives. If Randhr’s Lord is yuti with a malefic in Yuvati Bhava, there will surely be downfall in his business.

92. If Randhr’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be long-lived. If the said Grah is weak, being in Randhr Bhava, the longevity will be medium, while the native will be a thief, be blameworthy and will blame others as well.

93. If Randhr’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will betray his religion, be a heterodox, will beget a wicked wife and will steal others’ wealth.

94. If Randhr’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be devoid of paternal bliss, be a talebearer and be bereft of livelihood. If there is a Drishti in the process from a benefic, then these evils will not mature.

95. If Randhr’s Lord along with a malefic is in Labh Bhava, the native will be devoid of wealth and will be miserable in boyhood, but happy later on. Should Randhr’s Lord be yuti with a benefic and be in Labh Bhava, the native will be long-lived.

96. If Randhr’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will spend on evil deeds and will incur a short life. More so, if there be additionally a malefic in the said Bhava.

97. Effects of Dharm’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 103). If Dharm’s Lord is in Lagn, the native will be fortunate, will be honoured by the king, be virtuous, charming, learned and honoured by the public.

98. If Dharm’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be a scholar, be dear to all, wealthy, sensuous and endowed with happiness from wife, sons etc.

99. If Dharm’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be endowed with fraternal bliss, be wealthy, virtuous and charming.

100. If Dharm’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will enjoy houses, conveyances and happiness, will have all kinds of wealth and be devoted to his mother.

101. If Dharm’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons and prosperity, devoted to elders, bold, charitable and learned.

102. If Dharm’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will enjoy meagre prosperity, be devoid of happiness from maternal relatives and be always troubled by enemies.

103. O Brahmin, If Dharm’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native beget happiness after marriage, be virtuous and famous.

104. If Dharm’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will not be prosperous and will not enjoy happiness from his elder brother.

105. If Dharm’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be endowed with abundant fortunes, virtues and beauty and will enjoy much happiness from co-born.

106. If Dharm’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be a king, or equal to him, or be a minister, or an Army chief, be virtuous and dear to all.

107. If Dharm’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will enjoy financial gains day by day, be devoted to elders, virtuous and meritorious in acts.

108. If Dharm’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will incur loss of fortunes, will always spend on auspicious acts and will become poor on account of entertaining guests.

109. Effects of Karm’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 120). If Karm’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be scholarly, famous, be a poet, will incur diseases in boyhood and be happy later on. His wealth will increase day by day.

110 If Karm’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be wealthy, virtuous, honoured by the king, charitable and will enjoy happiness from father and others.

111. If Karm’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will enjoy happiness from brothers and servants, be valorous, virtuous, eloquent and truthful.

112. If Karm’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be happy, be always interested in his mother’s welfare, will Lord over conveyances, lands and houses, be virtuous and wealthy.

113. If Karm’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be endowed with all kinds of learning, he will be always delighted and he will be wealthy and endowed with sons.

114. If Karm’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will be bereft of paternal bliss. Although he may be skilful, he will be bereft of wealth and be troubled by enemies.

115. If Karm’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be endowed with happiness through wife, be intelligent, virtuous, eloquent, truthful and religious.

116. If Karm’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be devoid of acts, long-lived and intent on blaming others.

117. If Karm’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, one born of royal scion will become a king, whereas an ordinary native will be equal to a king. This placement will confer wealth and progenic happiness etc.

118. If Karm’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be skilful in all jobs, be valorous, truthful and devoted to elders.

119. If Karm’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will be endowed with wealth, happiness and sons. He will be virtuous, truthful and always delighted.

120. If Karm’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will spend through royal abodes, will have fear from enemies and will be worried in spite of being skilful.

121. Effects of Labh’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 132). If Labh’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be genuine in disposition, be rich, happy, even-sighted, be a poet, be eloquent in speech and be always endowed with gains.

122. If Labh’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be endowed with all kinds of wealth and all kinds of accomplishments, charitable, religious and always happy.

123. If Labh’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be skilful in all jobs, wealthy, endowed with fraternal bliss and may sometimes incur gout pains.

12. If Labh’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will gain from maternal relatives, will undertake visits to shrines and will possess happiness of house and lands.

125. If Labh’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be happy, educated and virtuous. He will be religious and happy.

126. If Labh’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will be afflicted by diseases, be cruel, living in foreign places and troubled by enemies.

127. If Labh’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will always gain through his wife’s relatives, be liberal, virtuous, sensuous and will remain at the command of his spouse.

128. If Labh’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will incur reversals in his undertakings and will live long, while his wife will predecease him.

129. If Labh’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be fortunate, skilful, truthful, honoured by the king and be affluent.

130. If Labh’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will be honoured by the king, be virtuous, attached to his religion, intelligent, truthful and will subdue his senses.

131. If Labh’s Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will gain in all his undertakings, while his learning and happiness will be on the increase day by day.

132. If Labh’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will always depend on good deeds, be sensuous, will have many wives and will befriend barbarians.

133. Effects of Vyaya’s Lord in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 144). If Vyaya’s Lord is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be a spendthrift, be weak in constitution, will suffer from phlegmatic disorders and be devoid of wealth and learning.

134. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Dhan Bhava, the native will always spend on inauspicious deeds, be religious, will speak sweetly and will be endowed with virtues and happiness.

135. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be devoid of fraternal bliss, will hate others and will promote self-nourishment.

136. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be devoid of maternal happiness and will day by day accrue losses with respect to lands, conveyances and houses.

137. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Putr Bhava, the native will be bereft of sons and learning. He will spend, as well as visit shrines in order to beget a son.

138. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Ari Bhava, the native will incur enmity with his own men, be given to anger, be sinful, miserable and will go to others’ wives.

(139) If Vyaya’s Lord is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will incur expenditure on account of his wife, will not enjoy conjugal bliss and will be bereft of learning and strength.

140. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Randhr Bhava, the native will always gain, will speak affably, will enjoy a medium span of life and be endowed with all good qualities.

141. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Dharm Bhava, the native will dishonour his elders, be inimical even to his friends and be always intent on achieving his own ends.

142. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Karm Bhava, the native will incur expenditure through royal persons and will enjoy only moderate paternal bliss.

143. If Vyaya Lord is in Labh Bhava, the native will incur losses, be brought up by others and will sometimes gain through others.

144. If Vyaya’s Lord is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will only face heavy expenditure, will not have physical felicity, be irritable and spiteful.

145-148. Miscellaneous. O Brahmin, those are the effects of Bhava Lords, which are to be deduced, considering their strengths and weaknesses. In the case of a Grah, owning two Bhavas, the results are to be deducted based on its two lordships. If contrary results are thus indicated, the results will be nullified, while results of varied nature will come to pass. The Grah will yield full, half, or a quarter of the effects according to its strength being full, medium and negligible, respectively. Thus I have told you about the effects, due to Bhava Lords in various Bhavas.

Ch. 25. Effects of Non-Luminous Grahas

1. Thus I have explained the effects of the seven Grahas, viz. S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr, ?ani, Rahu and Ketu. Now I tell you about the effects of non-luminous Grahas.

2. Effects of Dhum in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 13). If Dhum is in Lagn, the native will be valiant, endowed with beautiful eyes, stupefied in disposition, unkind, wicked and highly short-tempered.

3. If Dhum is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be sickly, wealthy, devoid of a limb, will incur humiliation at royal level, be dull witted and be a eunuch.

4. Dhum is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be intelligent, very bold, delighted, eloquent and be endowed with men and wealth.

5. If Dhum is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be grieved on account of being given up by his female, but will be learned in all Shastras.

6. If Dhum is in Putr Bhava, the native will have limited progeny, be devoid of wealth, be great, will eat anything and be bereft of friends and Mantras.

7. If Dhum is in Ari Bhava, the native will be strong, will conquer his enemies, be very brilliant, famous and free from diseases.

8. If Dhum is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be penniless, be ever sensuous, skilful in going to others’ females and be always devoid of brilliance.

9. If Dhum is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be bereft of courage, but be enthusiastic, be truthful, disagreeable, hardhearted and selfish.

10. If Dhum is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be endowed sons and fortunes, be rich, honourable, kind, religious and well disposed to his relatives.

11. If Dhum is in Karm Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons and fortunes, be delighted, intelligent, happy and truthful.

12. If Dhum is in Labh Bhava, the native will be endowed with wealth, grains and gold, be beautiful, will have knowledge of arts, be modest and be skilful in singing.

13. If Dhum is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be morally fallen, will indulge in sinful acts, be interested in others’ wives, addicted to vices, unkind and crafty.

14. Effects of Vyatipat in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 25). If Vyatipat (also known in short, as Pat) is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be troubled by miseries, be cruel, will indulge in destructive acts, be foolish and will be disposed to his relatives.

15. If Vyatipat is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be morally crooked, be bilious, will enjoy pleasures, be unkind, but grateful, be wicked and sinful.

16. If Vyatipat is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be firm in disposition, be a warrior, be liberal, very rich, dear to the king and be head of an Army.

17. If Vyatipat is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be endowed with relatives etc., but not sons and fortunes.

18. If Vyatipat is in Putr Bhava, the native will be poor, be charming in appearance, will have imbalances of phlegm, bile and wind, be hard-hearted and shameless.

19. If Vyatipat is in Ari Bhava, the native will destroy his enemies, be physically mighty, skilful in use of all kinds of weapons and in arts and be peaceful in disposition.

20. If Vyatipat is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be bereft of wealth, wife and sons, will subdue to females, be miserable, sensuous, shameless and friendly to others.

21. If Vyatipat is in Randhr Bhava, the native will have deformity of eyes, be ugly, unfortunate, spiteful to Brahmins and be troubled by disorders of blood.

22. If Vyatipat is in Dharm Bhava, the native will have many kinds of business and many friends; he will be very learned, well disposed to his wife and he will be eloquent.

23. If Vyatipat is in Karm Bhava, the native will be religious, peaceful, skilful in religious acts, very learned and far-sighted.

24. If Vyatipat is in Labh Bhava, the native will be extremely opulent, be honourable, truthful, firm in policy, endowed with many horses and be interested in singing.

25. If Vyatipat is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be given to anger, associated with many activities, disabled, irreligious and hate his own relatives.

26. Effects of Paridhi (or Parivesh) in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 37). If Paridhi is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be learned, truthful, peaceful, rich, endowed with sons, pure, charitable and dear to elders.

27. If Paridhi is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be wealthy, charming, will enjoy pleasures, be happy, very religious and be a Lord.

28. If Paridhi is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be fond of his wife, be very charming, pious, well disposed to his men, be a servant and be respectful of his elders.

29. If Paridhi is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be wonder-struck, helpful to enemies as well, kind, endowed with everything and be skilful in singing.

30. If Paridhi is in Putr Bhava, the native will be affluent, virtuous, splendourous, affectionate, religious and dear to his wife.

31. If Paridhi is in Ari Bhava, the native will be famous and wealthy, be endowed with sons and pleasures, be helpful to all and will conquer his enemies.

32. If Paridhi is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will have limited number of children, be devoid of happiness, be of mediocre intelligence, very hard-headed and will have a sickly wife.

33. If Paridhi is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be spiritually disposed, peaceful, strong-bodied, firm in decision, religious and gentle.

34. If Paridhi is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons, be happy, brilliant, very affluent, be devoid of excessive passion, be honourable and be happy with even a iota.

35. If Paridhi is in Karm Bhava, the native will be versed in arts, will enjoy pleasures, be strong-bodied and be learned in all Shastras.

6. If Paridhi is in Labh Bhava, the native will enjoy pleasures through women, be virtuous, intelligent, dear to his people and will suffer disorders of digestive fire.

37. If Paridhi is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will always be a spendthrift, be miserable, firm and will dishonour elders.

38. Effects of Chap (Indr Dhanus, or Kodanda, up to Sloka 49). If Chap is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be endowed with wealth, grains and gold, be grateful, agreeable and devoid of all actions.

39. If Chap is in Dhan Bhava, the native will speak affably, be very rich, modest, learned, charming and religious.

40. If Chap is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be a miser, be versed in many arts, will indulge in thieving, be devoid of some limb and be unfriendly.

41. If Chap is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be happy, endowed with quadrupeds, wealth, grains etc., be honoured by the king and be devoid of sickness.

42. If Chap is in Putr Bhava, the native will be splendourous, far-sighted, pious, affable and will acquire prosperity in all his undertakings.

43. If Chap is in Ari Bhava, the native will destroy his enemies, be happy, affectionate, pure and will achieve plentifulness in all his undertakings.

44. If Chap is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be wealthy, endowed with all virtues, learned in Shastras, religious and agreeable.

45. If Chap is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be interested in others’ [213] jobs, be cruel, interested in others’ wives and have a defective limb.

46. If Chap is in Dharm Bhava, the native will perform penance, will take to religious observations, be highly learned and be famous among men.

47. If Chap is in Karm Bhava, the native will be endowed with many sons, abundant wealth, cows, buffaloes etc. and will be famous among men.

48. If Chap is in Labh Bhava, the native will gain many treasures, will be free from diseases, very fiery in disposition, affectionate to his wife and will have knowledge of Mantras and weapons.

49. If Chap is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be wicked, very honourable, evil in disposition, shameless, will go to other’s females and be ever poor.

50. Effects of Dhwaj (Sikhi, or UpaKetu) in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 61). If Dhwaj is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be skilful in all branches of learning, be happy, efficient in speech, agreeable and be very affectionate.

51. If Dhwaj is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be a good and affable speaker, be splendourous, will write poetry, be scholarly, honourable, modest and endowed with conveyances.

52. If Dhwaj is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be miserly, cruel acts, thin-bodied, poor and will incur severe diseases.

53. If Dhwaj is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be charming, very virtuous, gentle, interested in Vedic Knowledge and be always happy.

54. If Dhwaj is in Putr Bhava, the native will be happy, will enjoy pleasures, be versed in arts, skilled in expedients, intelligent, eloquent and will respect elders.

55. If Dhwaj is in Ari Bhava, the native will be ominous for material relatives, will win over his enemies, be endowed with many relatives, valiant, splendourous and skilful.

56. If Dhwaj is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be interested in gambling, be sensuous, will enjoy pleasures and will befriend prostitutes.

57. If Dhwaj is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be interested in base acts, be sinful, shameless, will blame others, will lack in marital happiness and will take other’s side.

58. If Dhwaj is in Dharm Bhava, the native will wear badges, be delighted, helpfully disposed to all and he will be skilled in religious deeds.

59. O Brahmin, if Dhwaj is in Karm Bhava, the native will be endowed with happiness and fortunes, be fond of females, be charitable and will befriend Brahmins.

60. If Dhwaj is in Labh Bhava, the native will ever acquire gains, be very religious, honourable, affluent, fortunate, valiant and skilled in sacrificial rites.

61. If Dhwaj is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be interested in sinful acts, be valiant, untrustworthy, unkind, interested in others’ females and be short-tempered.

62. Effects of Gulik in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 73). If Gulik is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be afflicted by diseases, be lustful, sinful, crafty, wicked and very miserable.

63. If Gulik is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be unsightly in appearance, miserable, mean, given to vices, shameless and penniless.

64. If Gulik is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be charming in appearance, will head a village, be fond of virtuous men and be honoured by the king.

65. If Gulik is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be sickly, devoid of happiness, sinful and afflicted due to windy and billious excesses.

66. If Gulik is in Putr Bhava, the native will not be praise-worthy, be poor, short-lived, spiteful, mean, be a eunuch, be subdued by his wife and be a heterodox.

67. If Gulik is in Ari Bhava, the native will be devoid of enemies, be strong-bodied, splendourous, liked by his wife, enthusiastic, very friendly and helpful in disposition.

68. If Gulik is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will subdue to his spouse, be sinful, will go to others’ females, be emaciated, devoid of friendship and will live on his wife’s wealth.

69. If Gulik is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be troubled by hunger, be miserable, cruel, very much short-tempered, very unkind, poor and bereft of good qualities.

70. If Gulik is in Dharm Bhava, the native will undergo many ordeals, be emaciated, will perform evil acts, be very unkind, sluggish and be a talebearer.

71. If Gulik is in Karm Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons, be happy, will enjoy many things, be fond of worshipping gods and fire and will practice meditation and religion.

72. If Gulik is in Labh Bhava, the native will enjoy women of class, be a leader of men, be helpful to his relatives, be short stature and be an emperor.

73. If Gulik is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will indulge in base deeds, be sinful, defective-limbed, unfortunate, indolent and will join mean people.

74. Effects of Pranapad’s Position with reference to Lagn and in Various Bhavas (up to Sloka 85). If Pranapad is in Tanu Bhava, the native will be weak, sickly, dumb, lunatic, dull witted, defective-limbed, miserable and emaciated.

75. If Pranapad is in Dhan Bhava, the native will be endowed with abundant grains, abundant wealth, abundant attendants, abundant children and be fortunate.

76. If Pranapad is in Sahaj Bhava, the native will be injurious (or mischievous), proud, hard-hearted, very dirty and be devoid of respect for elders.

77. If Pranapad is in Bandhu Bhava, the native will be happy, friendly, attached to females and elders, soft and truthful.

78. If Pranapad is in Putr Bhava, the native will be happy, will do good acts, be kind and very affectionate.

79. If Pranapad is in Ari Bhava, the native will be subdued by his relatives and enemies, be sharp, will have defective digestive fire, be wicked, sickly, affluent and short-lived.

80. If Pranapad is in Yuvati Bhava, the native will be green-eyed, ever libidinous, fierce in appearance, be not worth respect and be ill-disposed.

81. If Pranapad is in Randhr Bhava, the native will be afflicted by diseases, be troubled and will incur misery on account of the king, relatives, servants and sons.

82. If Pranapad is in Dharm Bhava, the native will be endowed with sons, be very rich, fortunate, charming, will serve others and be not wicked, but be skilful.

83. If Pranapad is in Karm Bhava, the native will be heroic, intelligent, skilful, be an expert in carrying out royal orders and will worship gods.

84 If Pranapad is in Labh Bhava, the native will be famous, virtuous, learned, wealthy, fair-complexioned and attached to mother.

85. If Pranapad is in Vyaya Bhava, the native will be mean, wicked, defective-limbed, will hate Brahmins and relatives and suffer from eye diseases, or be one-eyed.

86-87. O Brahmin, these are the effects for Dhum etc. Before declaring these results, the effects of S?rya and other Grahas should be wisely conceived by their positions, relations and Drishtis apart from their strength, or weakness.

Ch. 26. Evaluation of Drishtis of Grahas

1. O Glorious, it is said, that Drishtis (of Grahas) and their strengths are to be known in deciding the effects. How many kinds are these? Please clarify doubts.

2-5. Drishtis of the Grahas. O Brahmin, I have earlier stated Drishtis, based on R??is. The other kind is between Grahas, which I detail below. 3rd and 10th, 5th and 9th, 4th and 8th and lastly 7th. On these places the Drishtis increase gradually in slabs of quarters, i.e ¼, ½, ¾ and full. The effects will also be proportionate. All Grahas give a Drishti to the 7th fully. ?ani, Guru and Mangal have special Drishtis, respectively, on the 3rd and the 10th, the 5th and the 9th and the 4th and the 8th. The ancient preceptors have explained these, which ordinary. By subtle mathematical calculations these Drishtis will have to be clearly understood, as under.

6-8. Evaluation of the Drishtis of the Grahas. Deduct the longitude of the Grah (or Bhava), that receives a Drishti, from that of the Grah, which gives the Drishti. If the sum exceeds six R??is, deduct the sum again from 10 R??is. Convert the latter sum into degrees and divide by two. The resultant product is Drishti Kona (or aspectual angle). If the difference is in excess of 5 R??is, ignore the R??is and multiply the degrees etc. by 2, which is the value of the Drishti. If the difference is in excess of 4 R??is, deduct it from 5 R??is, and the resultant degees etc. become the Drishti value. If the difference is in excess of 3 R??is, deduct it from 4 R??is and (increase 30 by) halve the product to get the Drishti value. If the difference is above 2 R??is, ignore the R??is and add 15 to the degrees etc. to get the Drishti value. If it is in excess of one R??i, ignore the R??is and divide the degrees by 2 to get the Drishti value.

9-10. Special consideration for ?ani’s Drishtis. O Brahmin, if ?ani is the Grah, that gives a Drishti, find out the difference between him and the Grah, that receives the Drishti; if the sum is above 1 R??i, multiply the degrees etc. by 2 to get the Drishti value. If the sum is above nine R??is, the degrees to elapse be doubled to get the Drishti value. If the sum is above 2 R??is, the degrees etc. be halved and deducted from 60. If the sum exceeds 8 R??is, add to the degrees etc. a figure of 30 to get the Drishti value. In other cases, the sums be processed, as explained earlier.

11. Special consideration for Mangal’s Drishtis. Deduct the longitude of Mangal from that of the Grah, that receives the Drishti. If the sum is 3 R??is & c, or 7 R??is & c, the degrees etc. be reduced from 60. If it is above 2 R??is, the degrees etc. be increased by half of it and superadd 15. If the sum is 6 R??is, one Rup is the value.

12. Special consideration for Guru’s Drishtis. Deduct the longitude of Guru from that of the Grah, that receives the Drishti from Guru. If the resultant sum is 3 R??is & c, or 7 R??is & c, halve the degrees etc. and increase it by 15. It the sum is 4 R??is & c, or 8 R??is & c, the degrees etc. be subtracted from 60. This will be the Drishti value. The sum, being in conformity with others than these, be treated, as stated earlier.

Ch. 27. Evaluation Of Strengths

Shad Bal consists of the following: Sthan Bal (positional), Dig Bal (directional), Kaal Bal (Temporal), inclusive of Ayan Bal (equinoctial), Chesht Bal (motional), Naisargika Bal (natural), Drik Bal (aspectual). These strengths are computed for the seven Grahas from S?rya to ?ani. The nodes are not considered.

Sthan Bal comprises of the following considerations: Uchch Bal (exaltation), Sapt Vargaj Bal (strength accruing out of positions in R??i, Hora, Dreshkan, Sapt???, Nav???, Dvadash??? and Trimsh???), OjhayugmaR??i??? Bal (acquired by placement in odd, or even R??i and in odd, or even Nav???), Kendradi Bal (due to placement in Kon, or Panaphara, or Apoklima Bhava), Dreshkan Bal (due to placement in first, second, or third decanate of a R??i).

Kaal Bal comprises of the following subdivisions: Nathonnata Bal (diurnal and nocturnal), Paksh Bal (fortnight), Tribhag Bal (due to day/night being made in 3 parts), Varsh, Maas, Dina and Hora Bal (Varsh – astrological year, Maas – month, Dina – weekday and Hora – planetary hour), Ayan Bal (equinoctial), Yudhdh Bal (due to partaking in war between Grahas).

1-1½. Sthan Bal (up to Sloka 6). Firstly Uchch Bal. Now about the strengths by classes positional, temporal etc. Deduct from the longitude of the Grah its (deep) debilitation point. If the sum is less than 6 R??is, consider it, as it is; if it exceeds 6 R??is, deduct the same from 12 R??is. The sum so got be converted into degrees etc. and divided by 3, which is the Grah’s Uchch Bal in Virupas.

2-4. Sapt Vargaj Bal. If a Grah is in its Mooltrikon R??i, it gets 45 Virupas, in Svasth R??i 30 Virupas, in Pramudit R??i 20 Virupas, in Shant R??i 15 Virupas, in Din R??i 10 Virupas, in Duhkhit R??i 4 Virupas and in Khal R??i 2 Virupas. Similarly these values occur for the other 6 divisional occupations, viz. Hora, Dreshkan, Sapt???, Nav???, Dvadash??? and Trimsh???. When all these are added together the Grah’s Sapt Vargaj Bal emerges.

4½. OjhayugmaR??i??? Bal. Each of ?ukr and Candr in even R??is and others in odd R??is acquire a quarter of Rupa. These are applicable to such Nav???as also.

5. Kendradi Bal. A Grah in a Kon gets full strength, while one in Panaphara Bhava gets half and the one in Apoklima Bhava gets a quarter, as Kendradi Bal.

6. Dreshkan Bal. Male, female and hermaphrodite Grahas, respectively, get a quarter Rupa according to placements in the first, second and third decanates.

7-7½. Dig Bal. Deduct Bandhu Bhava (Nadir) from the longitudes of S?rya and Mangal, Yuvati Bhava from that of Guru and Budh, Karm Bhava from that of ?ukr and Candr and lastly Lagn from that of ?ani. If the sum is above 180 degrees, deduct the sum from 360. The sum arrived in either way be divided by 3, which will be Dig Bal of the Grah.

8-9. Kaal Bal (up to Sloka 17). Firstly Nathonnata Bal. Find out the difference between midnight and the apparent birth time, which is called Unnata. Deduct Unnata from 30 Ghatis to obtain Nata. Double the Nata in Ghatis, which will indicate identical Nata Bal for Candr, Mangal and ?ani. Deduct the Nata from 60 to know the Unnata Bal of S?rya, Guru and ?ukr. Budh, irrespective of day and night, gets full Nathonnata Bal.

10-11. Paksh Bal. Deduct from Candr’s longitude that of S?rya. If the sum exceeds 6 R??is, deduct the same from 12. The product so obtained be converted into degrees etc. and divided by 3, which will indicate the Paksh Bal of each of the benefic Grahas. The Paksh Bal of benefic should be deducted from 60, which will go to each malefic, as Paksh Bal.

12. Tribagh Bal. One Rupa is obtained by Budh in the first 1/3 part of day time, by S?rya in the second 1/3 part of the day and by ?ani in the last 1/3 part of the day. Similarly Candr, ?ukr and Mangal get full Bal in the first, second and last 1/3 parts of the night. Guru gets this Bal at all times.

13. Varsh-Maas-Dina-Hora Bal. 15, 30, 45 and 60 Virupas are in order given to Varsh Lord, Maas Lord, Dina Lord and Hora Lord. Naisargika Bal has already been explained.

The Varsh Lord is the Lord of the day, on which the astrological year of birth starts. To calculate this we first need the number of days, past from the beginning of Creation, the Ahargan. According to late Rev. Ebenezer Burgess, who translated S?rya Siddhanta in English, as on January 1, 1860, the number of days, past from the beginning of Creation are 714,404,108,573. Divide the number of days, past from the day of Creation till the day of birth, by 60. Reject remainder and multiply the quotient by 3. Increase the post-multiplied product by 1 and divide by 7. The remainder will indicate the week day, on which the astrological year, giving birth to the native, opened. Remainder 1 indicates Sunday, 2 Monday and so on.

Maas Lord. Divide the same Ahargan by 30 and the quotient indicates months, passed from Creation to birth. The completed months be multiplied by 2 and increased by 1. The latter sum should be divided by 7 and the remainder indicates, on which day the birth month began. Continuing with the same case, we divide 65295 by 30. Quotient is 2176. This sum multiplied by 2 and increased by 1 denotes 4353. Dividing 4353 by 7, we get a remainder of 6, denoting Friday. That is, the month of birth began on Friday and the Maas Bal goes to ?ukr, the Lord of Friday.

Dina Lord. Though the week day of birth can be known from ephemeris, or perpetual calendars, we better adopt the method prescribed, which will confirm, if the Ahargan followed is correct. The number of days, as arrived above, indicating Ahargan, be divided by 7 and the remainder will indicate the week day of birth.

Hora Bal. Hora means planetary hour. Each day from sunrise to sunrise is divided into 24 equal parts of one hour. These Horas are ruled by the 7 Grahas from S?rya to ?ani. The first Hora of the day is ruled by the Lord of the week day. The 2nd one is ruled by the Lord of the 6th week day, counted from the first ruler. The 3rd Hora is ruled by the Lord of the 6th week day, counted from the 2nd Hora Lord. Similarly it proceeds in the same manner, till the first Hora of the next day is taken over by the Lord of that day himself. Whichever Grah rules the birth Hora, gets the Hora Bal. Horas are to be calculated for mean local time and not standard time of births.

14. Naisargika Bal. Divide one Rupa by 7 and multiply the resultant product by 1 to 7 separately, which will indicate the Naisargika Bal, due to ?ani, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr, Candr and S?rya, respectively.

15-17. Ayan Bal. 45, 33 and 12 are the Khandas for calculating Ayan Bal. Add Ayan??? to the Grah and find out the Bhuja (distance from the nearest equinox). Add the figure, corresponding to the R??i (of the Bhuja) to the Bhuja. The degrees etc. of the Bhuja should be multiplied by the figure, corresponding to the highest of the left out Khandas and divided by 30. Add the resultant product to the sum, obtained earlier. Convert this to R??i, degrees, minutes and seconds. If Candr and ?ani are in Tula, or ahead, add to this 3 R??is and, if in Mesh to Kanya, reduce from this 3 R??is. Similarly it is reverse for S?rya, Mangal, ?ukr and Guru. For Budh 3 R??is are always additive. The resultant sum in R??i, degrees and minutes be divided by 3 to get the Ayan Bal in Rupas.

Notes. Ayan Bal can be found out on the following simple formula: Ayan Bal = 60*(23°27’ + Kranti)/(46°54’) = (23°27’± Kranti)*1.2793.

The following points have to be remembered in respect of Krantis. When Candr, or ?ani have southern Kranti, or, when S?rya, Mangal, Guru, or ?ukr have northern Kranti, take plus. In a contrary situation in respect of these 6 Grahas, take minus. As far as Budh is concerned, it is always plus. Krantis (or declinations) can be ascertained from a standard modern ephemeris.

S?rya’s Ayan Bal is again multiplied by 2 whereas for others the product arrived in Virupas is considered, as it is.

18. Motional Strength for S?rya and Candr. S?rya’s Chesht Bal will correspond to his Ayan Bal. Candr’s Paksh Bal will itself be her Chesht Bal.

19. Drik Bal. Reduce one fourth of the Drishti Pinda, if a Grah receives malefic Drishtis and add a fourth, if it receives a Drishti from a benefic. Super add the entire Drishti of Budh and Guru to get the net strength of a Grah.

20. War Between Grahas. Should there be a war between the starry Grahas, the difference between the Shad Balas of the two should be added to the victor’s Shad Bal and deducted from the Shad Bal of the vanquished.

21-23. Motions of Grahas (Mangal to ?ani). Eight kinds of motions are attributed to Grahas. These are Vakr (retrogression), Anuvakr (entering the previous R??i in retrograde motion), Vikal (devoid of motion), Mand (somewhat slower motion than usual), Mandatar (slower than the previous), Sama (somewhat increasing in motion), Char (faster than Sama) and Atichar (entering next R??i in accelerated motion). The strengths, allotted due to such 8 motions are 60, 30, 15, 30, 15, 7.5, 45 and 30.

24-25. Motional Strength for Mangal etc. Add together the mean and true longitudes of a Grah and divide the one by two. Reduce this sum from the Seeghroch (or apogee) of the Grah. The resultant product will indicate the Chesht Kendra (or Seeghr Kendra) of the Grah from 12 R??is. The R??i, degrees and minutes so arrived should be converted into degrees, minutes etc. and divided by 3, which will denote the motional strength of the Grah. Thus there are six sources of strength, called Sthan Bal, Dig Bal, Kaal Bal, Drik Bal, Chesht Bal and Naisargika Bal.

26-29. Bhava Balas. Thus I explained about the strengths of the Grahas. Deduct Yuvati Bhava from the Bhava, if the Bhava happens to be in Kanya, Mithun, Tula, Kumbh, or the first half of Dhanu. If Mesh, Vrishabh, Simh, or first half of Makar, or the second half of Dhanu happen to be the Bhava, deduct Bandhu Bhava from it. Should the Bhava be in Kark, or in Vrischik, deduct from it Lagn. Deduct Karm Bhava from the Bhava, happening to fall in Makar second half, or Meen. Convert the product so obtained into degrees etc. and divide by 3 to get Bhava Bal. If the balance in the process of deducting Nadir, Meridian, Lagn, or Yuvati exceeds 6 R??is, deduct it again from 12 R??is, before converting into degrees and dividing by 3. The product after division should be increased by one fourth, if the Bhava in question receives a benefic Drishti. If the Bhava receives a malefic Drishti, one fourth should be reduced. If Guru, or Budh give a Drishti to a Bhava, add that Grah’s Drik Bal also. And then superadd the strength, acquired by the Lord of that Bhava. This will be the net Bhava Bal.

30-31. Special Rules. The Bhavas, occupied by Guru and Budh will each get an addition of 1 Rupa, while each of the Bhavas, occupied by ?ani, Mangal and S?rya, suffer 1 Rupa reduction. 15 Virupas will have to be added to the Bhavas, falling in Seershodaya R??is, if birth happens to be in day time, to the Bhavas, falling in Dual R??is, if birth happens to be in twilight and to the Bhavas, falling in Prishtodaya R??is, if birth be in night time.

32-33. Shad Bal Requirements. 390, 360, 300, 420, 390, 330 and 300 Virupas are the Shad Bal Pindas, needed for S?rya etc. to be considered strong. If the strength exceeds the above-mentioned values, the Grah is deemed to be very strong. If a Grah has the required Shad Bal, it will prove favourable to the native by virtue of its strength. However, ?ani’s extreme strength will give long life as well as miseries.

34-36. Guru, Budh and S?rya are strong, if each of their Sthan Bal, Dig Bal, Kaal Bal, Chesht Bal and Ayan Bal are, respectively, 165, 35, 50, 112 and 30 Virupas. The same required for Candr and ?ukr are 133, 50, 30, 100 and 40. For Mangal and ?ani these are 96, 30, 40, 67 and 20.

37-38. Bhava Effects. O Brahmin, thus the various sources of strengths be gathered together and effects declared. Whatever Yogas, or effects have been stated with respect to a Bhava, will come to pass through the strongest Grah.

39-40. Eligibility of Issue Fruitful Predictions. O Maitreya, the words of one, who has achieved skill in mathematics, one, who has put in industrious efforts in the branch of grammar, one, who has knowledge of justice, one, who is intelligent, one, who has knowledge of geography, space and time, one, who has conquered his senses, one, who is skilfully logical (in estimation) and one, who is favourable to Jyotish, will doubtless be truthful.

Ch. 28. Isht and Kasht Balas

1. Now I narrate the benefic and malefic tendencies of the Grahas, based on which the Dasha effects can be decided.

2. Exaltation Rays. Deduct the Grah’s debilitation point from its actual position. If the sum exceeds 6 R??is, deduct from 12 R??is. The said sum should then be increased by 1 R??i. The degrees etc. be multiplied by 2, which, when considered along with R??is, will indicate the Uchch Rasmi of the Grah.

3-4. Chesht Rasmi. Chesht Rasmis are to be calculated from Chesht Kendr similar to Uchch Rasmi computations. The Chesht Kendras of Grahas from Mangal to ?ani have already been explained. Add 3 R??is to Sayan S?rya (i.e. with Ayan???), which will be the Chesht Kendr for S?rya. The sidereal longitude of S?rya should be deducted from Candr to get Candr’s Chesht Kendr. If the Chesht Kendr (for any Grah) is in excess of 6 R??is, deduct it from 12 R??is. Add 1 R??i and multiply the degrees etc. by 2, which will indicate the Chesht Rasmi of the Grah.

5. Benefic and Malefic Rays. Add the Uchch Rasmis and Chesht Rasmis together and divide by two. The result will be auspicious rays (Subh Rasmis). Deduct from 8 the Subh Rasmis to obtain inauspicious rays (Asubh Rasmis).

6. Isht and Kasht Tendencies. Reduce 1 from each of Chesht Rasmi and Uchch Rasmi. Then multiply the products by 10 and add together. Half of the sum will represent the Isht Phala (benefic tendency) of the Grah. Reduce Isht Phala from 60 to obtain the Grah’s Kasht Phala (malefic tendency).

7-9. Isht and Kasht and Sapt Varg Phal. 60, 45, 30, 22, 15, 8, 4, 2 and 0 are the Subhankas (Subha Griha Pankthis, benefic points), due to a Grah’s placement, respectively, in exaltation, Mooltrikon, own, great friend’s, friend’s, neutral, enemy’s, great enemy’s and debilitation R??i. If Subhanka is deducted from 60, Asubhanka (Asubh Pankthi, inauspicious points) will emerge. O Brahmin, in other Vargas these are halved.

10. A Grah is considered auspicious in the first five of the said places. In the sixth place it is neutral, i.e. neither good nor bad. And in the other three places it is inauspicious.

11-12. Nature of Effects, due to Dig Bal etc. The directional strength of a Grah is itself representative of the effects, due to the direction; and Kaal Bal itself is indicative of effects, due to the day. Whatever quantum of Dig Bal etc. are obtained by a Grah, will be the extent of auspicious effects, acquirable on account of that strength. Deducting those figures from 60, the extent of inauspiciousness is known. If auspiciousness is more in the case of a Grah’s strength, the Dasha and Bhavas, related to that Grah will be auspicious. These are converse, if inauspiciousness is predominant.

13-14. Sapt Varg Phal and Isht and Kasht (Continued). The various strengths (i.e. the other 6 Vargas) be multiplied by the respective Grah’s Shad Bal Pinda, which will indicate the auspiciousness of the Varg concerned. Auspicious, or inauspicious aspect will be by multiplying the Subh, or Asubh Pankthi. Similarly auspicious, or inauspicious effects will be known by multiplying the auspicious, or inauspicious strength by the respective Pankthi.

15-20. Effects of a Bhava. The strength of a Bhava and its Lord have already been explained. The actual effects will be a combination of Bhava strength and its Lord’s strength. If there is a benefic in the Bhava add the same to the auspicious effects and deduct from inauspicious effects, which will denote the inauspicious effects. If a malefic is in the Bhava, reverse the process, i.e. add inauspicious effects and deduct auspicious effects. Similarly Drishtis and Balas. If a Grah is exalted, or with such a dignity, add auspicious effects and reduce inauspicious effects. For debilitation etc. it is converse. In Ashtak Varg add Bindus (auspicious points) and deduct Karanas (inauspicious points). If a Bhava extends to two R??is, the rectification will be done, as per both the Lords. In that case, whichever R??i has more Bindus, that R??i will yield more favourable results, concerning that Bhava. If both the R??is have more auspicious Bindus, take the average. Thus the auspicious and inauspicious effects of a Bhava be understood.

Ch. 29. Bhava Padas

1-3. Method of Bhava Calculation. O Brahmin, I shall now tell you about the Padas (Arudhas) for Bhavas and Grahas as well, as laid down by the earlier Maharishis. The Pad of Lagn will correspond to the R??i, arrived at by counting so many R??is from Lagn’s Lord, as he is away from Tanu Bhava. Similarly Padas for other Bhavas be known through their Lords. The word “Pad” exclusively denotes the Pad for Lagn.

Names of the 12 Arudhas are Lagn Pad – Arudh of Tanu Bhava, Dhan of Dhan, Vikram (Bhratru) of Sahaj, Matru (Sukh) of Bandhu, Mantra (Putr) of Putr, Rog (Satru) of Ari, Dar (Kalatr) of Yuvati, Maran of Randhr, Pitru of Dharm Bhava, Karm of Karm, Labh of Labh, Vyaya of Vyaya.

4-5. Special Exceptions. The same Bhava, or the 7th from it does not become its Pad. When the Pad falls in the same Bhava, the 10th therefrom be treated, as its Pad. Similarly, when the 7th becomes the Pad of a Bhava, the 4th from the original Bhava in question be treated, as its Pad. If the ruler of a Bhava be in the 4th from the Bhava, then the very Bhava occupied be noted, as the Pad.

6-7. Padas for Grahas. Note the position of a Grah and see how many R??is away is its own R??i with reference to its position. Count so many R??is from the said own R??i and the resultant R??i will become the Arudh of the Grah. If a Grah owns two R??is, or, if a R??i is owned by two Grahas; consider the stronger and declare effects accordingly.

8-11. Pad and Finance (up to Sloka 15). O Brahmin, I now tell you of some effects of Grahas, based on Pad. If the 11th from Lagn Pad is occupied, or receives a Drishti from a Grah the native will be happy and rich; wealth will come through various means, if a benefic is related, as above. A malefic will confer wealth through questionable means. If there be both a benefic and a malefic, it will be through both means. If the Grah in question be in exaltation, or in own R??i etc., there will be plenty of gains and plenty of happiness.

12. O excellent of the Brahmins, if the 12th from Lagn Pad does not receive a Drishti, as the 11th from Lagn Pad receives a Drishti from a Grah, then the gains will be uninterrupted.

13-15. O Brahmin, the quantum of gains will correspond to the number of Grahas in, or giving a Drishti to the 11th from Lagn Pad. If there is Argala for the said 11th, there will be more gains, while a benefic Argala will bring still more gains. If the said benefic, causing Argala is in his exaltation R??i, the gains will be still higher. If the said 11th receives a Drishti from a benefic from Lagn, the 9th etc., gains will increase in the ascending order. In all these cases, the 12th from Pad should simultaneously be free from malefic association. A benefic, placed in Lagn, giving a Drishti to the 11th from Arudh Lagn will be still beneficial. If the Drishti is from the 9th from Lagn, it will confer much more gains.

16-17. Pad and Financial Losses (up to Sloka 21). If the 12th from Lagn Pad receives a Drishti from, or is yuti with both benefics and malefics, there will be abundant earnings, but plenty of expenses. The benefic will cause through fair means, malefic through unfair means and mixed Grahas through both fair and unfair means.

18. If the 12th from Lagn Pad is conjunct S?rya, ?ukr and Rahu, there will be loss of wealth through the king. Candr, giving a Drishti to (the said trio in the said Bhava), will specifically cause more such losses.

19. If Budh is in the 12th from Lagn Pad and is yuti with, or receives a Drishti from a benefic, similarly there will be expenses through paternal relatives. A malefic so related to the said Budh will cause loss of wealth through disputes.

20. O Brahmin, if Guru is in the 12th from Lagn Pad, receiving a Drishti from others, the expenses will be through taxes and on the person himself.

21. O Brahmin, if ?ani is in the 12th from Lagn Pad along with Mangal and receives a Drishti from others, the expenses will be through one’s co-born.

22. Gainful Sources. Whatever sources of expenses are indicated above with reference to the 12th from Lagn Pad, gains through similar sources will occur, if Labh Bhava so features with reference to Lagn Pad.

23. The 7th Bhava from Pad (up to Sloka 27). If Rahu, or Ketu is placed in the 7th from Lagn Pad, the native will be troubled by disorders of the stomach, or by fire.

24. Should there be Ketu in the 7th from Lagn Pad, receiving a Drishti from, or being yuti with another malefic, the native will be adventurous, will have (prematurely) grey hair and a big male organ.

25. Should one, two, or all three of Guru, ?ukr and Candr be in the 7th from Lagn Pad, the native will be very wealthy.

26. Whether a benefic, or a malefic, if be exalted in the 7th from Lagn Pad, the native will be affluent and be famous.

27. O Brahmin, these Yogas, as narrated by me with reference to the 7th from Lagn Pad, should also be considered from the 2nd of Lagn Pad.

28. Anyone of Budh, Guru and ?ukr being exalted in the 2nd from Lagn Pad and being with strength will make the subject rich.

29. The Yogas so far stated by me with reference to Lagn Pad be similarly evaluated from Karak??? as well.

30-37. General. If Budh is in the 2nd from Arudh Lagn, the native will Lord over the whole country. ?ukr in the 2nd from Lagn Pad will make one a poet, or a speaker. If the Dar Pad falls in an angle, or in a trine, counted from Lagn Pad, or, if Lagn Pad and Dar Pad both have strong Grahas, the native will be rich and be famous in his country. If the Dar Pad falls in the 6th/ 8th/12th from Lagn Pad, then the native will be poor. If Lagn Pad and the 7th therefrom, or an angle, a trine, an Upachaya therefrom is occupied by a strong Grah, there will be happiness between the husband and wife. If Lagn Pad and Dar Pad are mutually in Kendras, or Konas, there will be amity between the couple. If these be in mutually 6th/8th/12th, doubtlessly mutual enmity will crop up. O Brahmin, similarly mutual relationship, or gain, or loss through son etc. be known, based on Lagn Pad and the relative Bhava Pad. If Lagn Pad and Dar Pad are mutually angular, or 3rd and 11th, or in Konas, the native will be a king, ruling the earth. Similar deductions be made with reference to mutual positions of Lagn Pad and Dhan Pad.

Ch. 30. Upa Pad

1-6. O Brahmin, now I tell you about Upa Pad, the auspiciousness of which will confer on the native happiness from progeny, wife etc. The Pad of Lagn, as discussed earlier, is of prime importance. Upa Pad is calculated for the Bhava, following the natal Lagn. This Upa Pad is also called Gaun Pad. O excellent of the Brahmins, if Upa Pad is yuti with, or receives a Drishti from a benefic Grah, one will obtain full happiness from progeny and spouse. Should the Upa Pad be in a malefic’s R??i, or receives a Drishti from, or is yuti with a malefic, one will become an ascetic and go without a wife. If (in the said circumstances) there be a benefic Drishti (on Upa Pad, or the related malefic), or a yuti, deprival of spouse will not come to pass. In this case S?rya, being exalted, or in a friendly R??i, is not a malefic. He is a malefic, if in debilitation, or in an enemy’s R??i.

Notes. Regarding Upa Pad calculations, there are more than two views on the same Sloka of Maharishi Parashar, or an identical Sutra from Jaimini. In this text, the word ‘Anuchar’ is used, which denotes ‘the Bhava, following the Lagn at birth’. Normally this is Vyaya Bhava. However, when we study other commentaries on Jaimini (Chaukhambh Hindi edition), we are taught, that it is Vyaya Bhava in the case of an odd R??i ascending and it is Dhan Bhava in the case of an even R??i ascending. Accordingly the Pad for the 12th, or the 2nd from Lagn is called Upa Pad. In calculating Upa Pad the rules mentioned in verses 4 and 5 of the previous chapter be kept in mind.

7-12. Effect from the 2nd from Upa Pad. If the 2nd from Upa Pad is a benefic R??i, or receives a Drishti from, or is yuti with a benefic, the same good results (as for wife and sons) will come to pass. If there is a Grah in the 2nd from Upa Pad in its debilitation R??i, or debilitation A??, or is yuti with a debilitated, or malefic Grah, there will be destruction of wife. If the said occupant be in its exaltation R??i, or Nav???, or receives a Drishti from another Grah, there will be many charming and virtuous wives. Oh Brahmin, if Mithun happens to be the 2nd from Upa Pad, then also there will be many wives. O excellent of the Brahmins, if the Upa Pad, or the 2nd therefrom be occupied by its own Lord, or, if the said Lord is in his other own Bhava, the death of wife will be at advanced age.

13-15. Wife from the 2nd of Upa Pad (up to Sloka 22). If a Grah being constant indicator of wife (i.e. the 7th Lord, or ?ukr) is in its own Bhava, there will be loss of wife only at a later stage. If the Lord of Upa Pad, or the constant significator of wife is in exaltation, the wife will be from a noble family. Reverse will be the case, if he is debilitated. O Brahmin, if the 2nd from Upa Pad is related to a benefic, the wife will be beautiful, fortunate and virtuous.

16. Should ?ani and Rahu be in the 2nd from Upa Pad, the native will lose his wife on account of calumny, or through death.

17. The native’s wife will be troubled by disorder of blood, leucorrhoea (Pradar) etc., if ?ukr and Ketu are in the 2nd from Upa Pad.

18. Budh with Ketu in the 2nd from Upa Pad will cause breakage of bones, while Rahu, ?ani and S?rya will cause distress of bones.

19-22. Budh and Rahu in the 2nd from Upa Pad will give a stout-bodied wife. If the 2nd from Upa Pad happens to be one of Budh’s R??is and is tenanted by Mangal and ?ani, the wife of the native will suffer from nasal disorders. Similarly a R??i of Mangal, becoming the 2nd from Upa Pad and occupied by Mangal and ?ani, will cause nasal disorders to one’s wife. Guru and ?ani will, if be in the 2nd from Upa Pad, cause disorders of ears and/or eyes to the wife. If Budh and Mangal are placed in the 2nd from Upa Pad other than their own R??is, or, if Rahu is with Guru in the 2nd from Upa Pad, the native’s wife will suffer from dental disorders. ?ani and Rahu together in one of ?ani’s R??is, which is the 2nd from Upa Pad, will cause lameness, or windy disorders to the native’s wife. These evils will not come to pass, if there happens to be a Yuti with, or a Drishti from a benefic (or from another benefic in the case of affliction being caused by a benefic himself).

23-23½. O Brahmin, all these effects be deduced from the natal Lagn, Lagn Pad, the 7th from Upa Pad and the Lords thereof. So say Narada and others.

25-28. About Sons. If ?ani, Candr and Budh are together in the 9th from one of the said places (Sloka 23), there will be no son at all, while S?rya, Guru and Rahu so placed will give a number of sons. Candr so placed will give a son, while a mixture of Grahas will delay the obtainment of a son. The son, caused by the Yuti of S?rya, Guru and Rahu, will be strong, valorous, greatly successful and will destroy enemies. If Mangal and ?ani are in the said 9th, there will be no son, or a son will be obtained by adoption, or brother’s son will come in adoption. In all these cases odd R??is will yield many sons, while even R??is will cause only a few.

29-30. Many Sons and Many Daughters. O Brahmin, if Simh happens to be Upa Pad and receives a Drishti from Candr, there will be a limited number of children. Similarly Kanya will cause many daughters.

31. Co-born form Lagn Pad (up to Sloka 36). Rahu and ?ani in the 3rd, or the 11th from Lagn Pad will destroy the co-born of the native. Rahu and ?ani in the 11th will indicate the destruction of elder brothers and/or sisters and in the 3rd younger ones.

32. If ?ukr is in the 3rd, or the 11th from Lagn Pad, there would have been an abortion to the mother earlier. Same is the effect, if ?ukr is in the 8th from natal Lagn, or from Lagn Pad.

33-36. These are the effects, o Brahmin, as stated by Maharishis for the 3rd and the 11th from Lagn Pad. Should Candr, Guru, Budh and Mangal be in the 3rd, or the 11th from Lagn Pad, there will be many valorous co-born. Should ?ani and Mangal be in the 3rd, or the 11th from Lagn Pad, or give Drishtis thereto, younger and elder co-born will, respectively, be destroyed. If ?ani is alone in one of the said Bhavas, the native will be spared, while the co-born will die. Ketu in the 3rd, or the 11th will give abundant happiness from one’s sisters.

37. Other Matters from Lagn Pad (up to Sloka 43). If the 6th from Lagn Pad is occupied by a malefic and is bereft of a Yuti with, or a Drishti from a benefic, the native will be a thief.

38. If Rahu is in the 7th, or the 12th from Lagn Pad, or gives a Drishti to one of the said Bhavas, the native will be endowed with spiritual knowledge and be very fortunate.

39. If Budh is in Lagn Pad, the native will Lord over a whole country, while Guru will make him a knower of all things. ?ukr in this context denotes a poet/speaker (also see Ch. 29, verse 30).

40. O excellent of the Brahmins, if benefics occupy the 2nd from Upa Pad, or from Lagn Pad, the native will be endowed with all kinds of wealth and be intelligent.

41. One will surely become a thief, if the Lord of the 2nd from Upa Pad is in Dhan Bhava and is there yuti with a malefic Grah.

42-43. O Brahmin, if Rahu is in the 2nd from the Lord of the 7th, counted from Upa Pad, the native will have long and projected teeth. Ketu in the 2nd from the Lord of the 7th, counted from Upa Pad, will cause stammering and ?ani in the 2nd from the Lord of the 7th, counted from Upa Pad, will make one look ugly. Mixed will be the effects, if there are mixed Grahas.

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