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Ch. 61. Effects of Pratyantar Dashas in Antar Dashas

1. By multiplying the years etc. of the Antar Dasha of the Grahas separately by the Dasha years of each Grah and by dividing the product by the total span of the Vimshottari Dasha, namely 120 years, we will arrive at the Pratyantar Dasha of each Grah.

2. S?rya-S?rya (Pratyantar Dasha of S?rya in the Antar Dasha of S?rya). Argument with other persons, loss of wealth, distress to wife, headache etc. The above are general effects. Such inauspicious effects will not be produced, if S?rya is in a Trikon etc., if S?rya is the Lord of an auspicious Bhava, or is in a auspicious Bhava and in a benefic Varg. All other Pratyanta effects should be judged in this manner.

3. …-Candr. Excitement, quarrels, loss of wealth, mental agony etc.

4. …-Mangal. Danger from the king and from weapons, imprisonment and distress from enemies and fire.

5. …-Rahu. Disorder of phlegm, danger from weapons, loss of wealth, destruction of a kingdom and mental agony.

6. …-Guru. Victory, increase in wealth, gains of gold, garments, conveyances etc.

(7) …-?ani. Loss of wealth, distress to cattle, excitement, diseases etc.

8. …-Budh. Affectionate relations with kinsmen, availability of good food, gains of wealth, religious-mindedness, reverence from the king.

9. …-Ketu. Danger to life, loss of wealth, danger from the king, trouble with enemies.

10. …-?ukr. Moderate effects, or some gains of wealth may be expected.

11. Candr-Candr. Acquisition of land, wealth and property, reverence from the king and availability of sweetish preparations.

12. …-Mangal. Wisdom and discretion, reverence from the people, increase in wealth, enjoyments to kinsmen, but there will be danger from an enemy.

13. …-Rahu. Well-being, gain of wealth from the king and danger of death, if Rahu is yuti with a malefic.

14. …-Guru. Enjoyments, increase in dignity and glory, gain of knowledge through the preceptor, acquisition of a kingdom and acquisition of gems etc.

15. …-?ani. Bilious troubles, loss of wealth and name and fame.

16. …-Budh. Birth of a son, acquisition of a horse and other conveyances, success in education, progress, gain of white garments and grains.

17. …-Ketu. Quarrels with Brahmins, fear of premature death, loss of happiness and distress all-round.

18. …-?ukr. Gain of wealth, enjoyments, birth of a daughter, availability of sweet preparations and cordial relations with all.

19. …-S?rya. Gain of happiness, grains and garments, victories everywhere.

20. Mangal-Mangal. Danger from enemies, quarrels and fear of premature death on account of blood diseases.

21. …-Rahu. Destruction of wealth and kingdom (fall of government), unpalatable food and quarrels with the enemy.

22. …-Guru. Loss of intelligence, distress, sorrows to children, fear of premature death, negligence, quarrels and no fulfillment of any ambition.

23. …-?ani. Destruction of the employer, distress, loss of wealth, danger from enemies, anxiety, quarrels and sorrows.

24. …-Budh. Loss of intelligence, loss of wealth, fevers and loss of grains, garments and friends.

25. …-Ketu. Distress from diseases, lethargy, premature death, danger from the king and weapons.

26. …-?ukr. Distress from Chandal, sorrows, danger from the king and from weapons, dysentery and vomiting.

27. …-S?rya. Increase in landed property and wealth, satisfaction, visits of friends, happiness all-round.

28. …-Candr. Gains of white garments etc. from the southern direction, success in all ventures.

29. Rahu-Rahu. Imprisonment, disease, danger of injuries from weapons.

30. …-Guru. Reverence everywhere, acquisition of conveyances, like elephants etc., gain of wealth.

31. …-?ani. Rigorous imprisonment, loss of enjoyments, danger from enemies, affliction with rheumatism.

32. …-Budh. Gain in all ventures, abnormal gain through wife.

33. …-Ketu. Loss of intelligence, danger from enemies, obstacles, loss of wealth, quarrels, excitement.

34. …-?ukr. Danger from a Yogini, danger from the king, loss of conveyances, availability of unpalatable food, loss of a wife, sorrow in the family.

35. …-S?rya. Danger from enemies, fevers, distress to children, fear of premature death, negligence.

36. …-Candr. Excitement, quarrels, worries, loss of reputation, fear, distress to father.

37. …-Mangal. Septic boil in the anus (Bhagandhar), distress, due to a bite and pollution of blood, loss of wealth, excitement.

38. Guru-Guru. Acquisition of gold, increase in wealth etc.

39. …-?ani. Increase in lands, conveyances and grains.

40. …-Budh. Success in the educational sphere, acquisition of clothes and gems, like pearls etc., visits of friends.

41. …-Ketu. Danger from water and thieves.

42. …-?ukr. Several kinds of learning, gain of gold, clothes, ornaments, well-being and satisfaction.

43. …-S?rya. Gain from the king, friends and parents, reverence everywhere.

44. …-Candr. No distress, gain of wealth and conveyances, success in ventures.

45. …-Mangal. Danger from weapons, pain in anus, burning in the stomach, indigestion, distress from enemies.

46. …-Rahu. Antagonism with menials (Chandaldhi) and loss of wealth and distress through them.

47. ?ani-?ani. Physical distress, quarrels, danger from menials.

48. …-Budh. Loss of intelligence, quarrels, dangers, anxiety about availability of food, loss of wealth, danger from enemy.

49. …-Ketu. Imprisonment in the camp of the enemy, loss of luster, hunger, anxiety and agony.

50. …-?ukr. Fulfillment of ambitions, well-being in the family, success in ventures and gains therefrom.

51. …-S?rya. Conferment of authority by the king, quarrels in the family, fevers.

52. …-Candr. Development of intelligence, inauguration of big a venture, loss of luster, extravagant expenditure, association with many women.

53. …-Mangal. Loss of valour, distress to son, danger from fire and enemy, distress from bile and wind.

54. …-Rahu. Loss of wealth, clothes, land, going away to foreign lands, fear of death.

55. …-Guru. Inability to prevent losses, caused by women, quarrels, excitement.

56. Budh-Budh. Gain of intelligence, education, wealth, clothes etc.

57. …-Ketu. Coarse food, stomach troubles, eye troubles, distress from bilious and blood disorders.

58. …-?ukr. Gains from a northern direction, loss of cattle, acquisition of authority from government.

59. …-S?rya. Loss of splendour and distress through diseases, distress in the heart.

60. …-Candr. Marriage, gain of wealth and property, birth of a daughter, enjoyments all-round.

61. …-Mangal. Religious-mindedness, increase in wealth, danger from fire and enemies, gain of red clothes, injury from a weapon.

62. …-Rahu. Quarrels, danger from wife, or some other woman, danger from the king.

63. …-Guru. Acquisition of a kingdom, conferment of authority by the king, reverence from the king, education, intelligence.

64. …-?ani. Bilious and windy troubles, injuries to the body, loss of wealth.

65. Ketu-Ketu. Sudden disaster, going away to foreign lands, loss of wealth.

66. …-?ukr. Loss of wealth through a non-Hindu king, eye troubles, headache, loss of cattle.

67. …-S?rya. Antagonism with friends, premature death, defeat, exchange of arguments.

68. …-Candr. Loss of grains, physical distress, misunderstanding, dysentery.

69. …-Mangal. Injury from weapons, distress from fire, danger from menials and enemies.

70. …-Rahu. Danger from women and enemies, distress, caused by menials.

71. …-Guru. Loss of friends, wealth and garments, opprobrium in the house, troubles from everywhere.

72. …-?ani. Death of cattle and friends, physical distress, very meagre gain of wealth.

73. …-Budh. Loss of understanding, excitement, failure in education, dangers, failure in all ventures.

74. ?ukr-?ukr. Gains of white clothes, conveyances, gems, like pearls etc., association with beautiful damsel.

75. …-S?rya. Rheumatic fever, headache, danger from the king and enemies and meagre gain of wealth.

76. …-Candr. Birth of a daughter, gain of clothes etc. from the king, acquisition of authority.

77. …-Mangal. Blood and bile troubles, quarrels, many kinds of distresses.

78. …-Rahu. Quarrels with wife, danger, distress from the king and enemies.

79. …-Guru. Acquisition of kingdom, wealth, garments, gems, ornaments and conveyance, like elephants etc.

80. …-?ani. Acquisition of donkey, camel, goat, iron, grains, sesame seeds, physical pains.

81. …-Budh. Gains of wealth, knowledge, authority from the king, gain of money, distributed by others.

82. …-Ketu. Premature death, going away from homeland, gains of wealth at times.

Ch. 62. Effects of Sukshmantar Dashas in Pratyantar Dashas

1. The Sukshmantar Dasha is arrived at by multiplying the periods of Pratyantar Dasha separately for each Grah by the Dasha years of that Grah and then by dividing the product by 120.

2. S?rya-S?rya (Sukshm Dasha of S?rya in Pratyantar Dasha of S?rya). Going away from homeland, danger of death, loss of position, losses all-round.

3. …-Candr. Devotion towards deities and Brahmins, interest in pious deeds, affectionate relations with friends.

4. …-Mangal. Indulgence in sinful deeds, distress from cruel enemies, bleeding.

5. …-Rahu. Danger from thieves, fire and poison, defeat in war, religious inclination.

6. …-Guru. Recognition by government, respected by government employees, becoming favourite of the king.

7. …-?ani. Causing trouble to respected persons and Brahmins by theft and by other bold deeds, going away from ones own place, mental agony.

8. …-Budh. Gains of fancy garments, association with a beautiful damsel, sudden success in ventures.

9. …-Ketu. Achievement of glory through wife and employees, loss of wealth, comforts from servants.

10. …-?ukr. Happiness from son, friends and wife, acquisition of many kinds of properties.

11. Candr-Candr. Gain of ornaments and land, reverence, recognition from the king, anger, glory.

12. …-Mangal. Distress, antagonism with the enemy, stomach troubles, death of father, troubles, due to imbalance of wind and bile.

13. …-Rahu. Disharmony with friends and kinsmen, going away from homeland, loss of wealth, imprisonment.

14. …-Guru. Opulence and glory with royal symbols, birth of a son, gain of property, enjoyments all-round.

15. …-?ani. Wrath of the king, loss of wealth in business dealings, danger from thieves and Brahmins.

16. …-Budh. Reverence from the king, gain of wealth, gain of conveyance from a foreign land, increase in the number of children.

17. …-Ketu. Loss in the livelihood, earned by sale etc., grains, medicines, cattle etc., danger from fire and the sun’s rays (sun-stroke).

18. …-?ukr. Marriage, gain of a kingdom, land, garments, ornaments, reputation etc.

19. …-S?rya. Troubles, losses in ventures, destruction of grains and cattle, physical distress.

20. Mangal-Mangal. Sorrows on account of loss of lands, epilepsy, imprisonment, unhappiness.

21. …-Rahu. Physical distress, danger from the people (due to unpopularity), loss of wife and children, danger from fire.

22. …-Guru. Devotion towards deities, Mantra Siddhi, reverence from the people, enjoyments.

23. …-?ani. Release from imprisonment, happiness on account of wealth, gains of clothes and servants.

24. …-Budh. Comforts of Chatr, Chamar etc. (receiving respect, as that of a king), breathing troubles.

25. …-Ketu. Indulgence in undesirable deeds at the instance of others, one always remains filthy.

26. …-?ukr. Enjoyment with women of choice, gain of wealth, food etc.

27. …-S?rya. Wrath of the king, distress through Brahmins, failure in ventures, odium in public (Loka Nindha).

28. …-Candr. Piousness, gain of wealth, devotion towards deities and Brahmins, danger from diseases.

29. Rahu-Rahu. Tendering to create turbulence by people, lack of wisdom in performance of duties, affliction of the mind.

30. …-Guru. Affliction with a chronic disease, poverty, but revered by the people and the religious-mindedness.

31. …-?ani. Gain of wealth through unfair means, wicked, or mean nature, performing other person’s duties, undesirable association.

32. …-Budh. Increase in desires for sexual acts with women, eloquence, hunger, physical distress.

33. …-Ketu. Politeness, loss of reputation, imprisonment, cold heartedness, loss of public money.

34. …-?ukr. Freedom from imprisonment, gain of position and wealth.

35. …-S?rya. Settling down in foreign lands, affliction with Gulma, even temperament, comforts of conveyances.

36. …-Candr. Gain of gems (money), wealth, education, attachment to prayers, good behavior and devotion towards deities.

37. …-Mangal. Fleeing after defeat, anger, imprisonment, indulgence in thefts and stealing.

38. Guru-Guru. Banishment of sorrows, increase in wealth, performing Havan, devotion to Lord Shiva, gains of conveyance, marked with royal symbols.

39. …-?ani. Obstacles in fasting, agony, foreign journeys, loss of wealth, antagonism with kinsmen.

40. …-Budh. Success in education, increase in intelligence, reverence from the people (popularity), gains of wealth, all sorts of enjoyments and comforts at home.

41. …-Ketu. Knowledge, glory, learning, study of Shastras, worship of Lord Shiva, Havan, devotion toward preceptor.

42. …-?ukr. Recovery from diseases, enjoyments, gain of wealth, happiness from wife and children.

43. …-S?rya. Troubles of wind and bile, stomach pains through imbalance of phlegm and Rasas.

44. …-Candr. Glory with umbrella with royal symbols, celebrations on the birth of a son, distress in eyes and stomach.

45. …-Mangal. Administration of poison by wife, imprisonment, danger from diseases, going away to foreign lands, confusion and misunderstandings.

46. …-Rahu. Danger from thieves, snakes and scorpions, diseases and distress.

47. ?ani-?ani. Loss of wealth, diseases, like rheumatism etc., destruction of the family, taking meals separately from the family, full of sorrows.

48. …-Budh. Profits in business, progress in education, increase in wealth and lands.

49. …-Ketu. Turbulence by thieves, leprosy, loss of livelihood, physical pains.

50. …-?ukr. Opulence and glory, learning the use of weapons, birth of a son, coronation, good health and fulfillment of all ambitions.

51. …-S?rya. Wrath of the king, quarrels in the family, physical distress.

52. …-Candr. Development of intelligence, inauguration of a big project, loss of luster, extravagance, happiness from wife and children.

53. …-Mangal. Loss of luster, excitement, burning in the stomach, misunderstanding, quarrels and wind and bile disorders.

54. …-Rahu. Death of parents, agony, extravagance, failure in ventures.

55. …-Guru. Acquisition of gold coins, reverence from the public, increase in wealth and grains, acquisition of Chatr with royal symbols.

56. Budh-Budh. Dawn of fortune, reverence from the king, increase in wealth and property and affectionate relations with all.

57. …-Ketu. Danger from fire, agony, distress to wife, coarse food and immoral tendencies.

58. …-?ukr. Gain of conveyances, wealth, grains, produced in water, good repute and enjoyments.

59. …-S?rya. Injuries, wrath of the king, confusion in the mind, diseases, loss of wealth, ridicule in public.

60. …-Candr. Good fortune, stability of mind, reverence from the king, gains of property, visits of friends and the preceptor.

61. …-Mangal. Danger from fire and poison, idiocy, poverty, confusion of mind, excitement.

62. …-Rahu. Danger from fire and snakes and the victory over an enemy (with difficulty), opprobrium from goblins (evil, mischievous spirit).

63. …-Guru. Construction of a house, interest in charities, comforts and enjoyments, increase in opulence, gain of wealth from the king.

64. …-?ani. Profits in business, progress in education and increase in wealth, marriage, circumambience of comprehensiveness.

65. Ketu-Ketu. Happiness from wife and children, physical troubles, poverty, begging.

66. …-?ukr. Freedom from diseases, gains of wealth, devotion towards Brahmins and the preceptor, union with members of the family.

67. …-S?rya. Quarrels, loss of land, residence in foreign lands, disaster upon friends.

68. …-Candr. Promotion in service, victory in war, good reputation in public.

69. …-Mangal. Danger of falling down from a horse etc., distress from thieves and the wicked, suffering from Gulma and headache.

70. …-Rahu. Destruction of wife, father etc., defamation, due to association with a wicked woman, vomiting, blood pollution, bilious diseases.

71. …-Guru. Antagonism with the enemy, increase in property and opulence, distress, due to losses in cattle, wealth and agricultural production.

72. …-?ani. Imaginary distress, little comfort, fasting, antagonism with wife, indulgence in falsehood.

73. …-Budh. Union and separation from many kinds of people, distress to the enemy, increase in wealth and property.

74. ?ukr-?ukr. Destruction of enemies, enjoyments, construction of temples of Lord Shiva etc. and reservoirs.

75. …-S?rya. Agony in mind and heart, confusion of mind, wanderings, both losses and gains at different times.

76. …-Candr. Sound health, increase in wealth, success in ventures through business dealings, progress in education and increase of intelligence.

77. …-Mangal. Idiocy, danger from an enemy, going away from one’s homeland, danger from diseases.

78. …-Rahu. Danger from fire and snakes, destruction of kinsmen, resignation from position (service etc.).

79. …-Guru. Success in ventures, increase in wealth and agricultural production, abnormal profits from purchase and sale business.

80. …-?ani. Distress from an enemy, sorrows, destruction of cattle, loss of persons, belonging to the Gotra of the native and elders (preceptors).

81. …-Budh. Increase in wealth with the assistance of kinsmen, gain of wealth through business, happiness from wife and children.

82. …-Ketu. Danger from fire, distress from diseases, distress in mouth, eyes and forehead, loss of accumulated wealth, mental agony.

Ch. 63. Effects of Prana Dashas in Sukshma Dashas

1. If we multiply the Sukshma Dasha spans by the Dasha years of each Grah and divide the product by 120, we will get the Prana Dasha.

(2) S?rya-S?rya. Interest in unnatural sexual intercourse, danger from thieves, fire and the king, physical distress.

3. …-Candr. Enjoyments, availability of good food, development of intelligence, opulence and glory, like that of a king, by the beneficence of generous people.

4. …-Mangal. Antagonism with the king with the connivance of others, dangers and great losses.

5. …-Rahu. Hunger, danger from poison, loss of wealth, as a result of punishment by the king.

6. …-Guru. Success in many educational spheres, gain of wealth, success in ventures, as a result of the exchange of visits with the king and Brahmins.

7. …-?ani. Imprisonment, death, excitement, obstacles and losses in ventures.

8. …-Budh. Feeding from the kings kitchen, acquisition of Chatr and Chamar with royal symbols, attainment of the position of a high dignitary in government.

9. …-Ketu. Loss of wealth, due to quarrels with the preceptor (elders), wife and kinsmen.

10. …-?ukr. Recognition, or reverence from the king, increase in wealth, happiness from wife and children, enjoyments from eating and drinking.

11. Candr-Candr. Happiness from wife and children, gain of wealth and clothes, Yog Sidhi.

12. …-Mangal. Consumption, leprosy, destruction of kinsmen, bleeding, creation of turbulence by friends and goblins.

13. …-Rahu. Danger from snakes, creation of turbulance by evil spirits, weakness of eyesight, confusion of mind.

14. …-Guru. Growth of religious-mindedness, forgiveness, devotion towards deities and Brahmins, good fortune, meeting with near and dear ones.

15. …-?ani. Unexpected and sudden physical distress, creation of troubles by enemies, weakness of eyesight, gain of wealth.

16. …-Budh. Gift of Chamar and Chatr by the king, acquisition of a kingdom, even-mindedness in people.

17. …-Ketu. Danger from weapons, from fire, from an enemy and from poison, stomach troubles, separation from wife and children.

18. …-?ukr. Acquisition of friends and wife, gain of wealth from foreign lands, all kinds of enjoyments.

19. …-S?rya. Brutality, increase in anger, fear of death, agony, going away from the homeland, dangers.

20. Mangal-Mangal. Quarrels with the enemy, imprisonment, bilious and blood pollution troubles.

21. …-Rahu. Separation from wife and children, distress, as a result of oppression by kinsmen, fear of death, poison.

22. …-Guru. Devotion towards deities, gain of wealth, competence in Mantra rituals.

23. …-?ani. Danger from fire, death, loss of wealth, loss of position, but good relations with kinsmen.

24. …-Budh. Gains of splendid garments, ornaments, marriage.

25. …-Ketu. Fear of falling down from a high place, eye troubles, danger from snakes, loss of reputation.

26. …-?ukr. Gain of wealth, reverence amongst people, enjoyment of many kinds of luxuries.

27. …-S?rya. Fevers, lunacy, loss of wealth, wrath of the king, poverty.

28. …-Candr. Comforts of good food and garments, distress from heat and cold.

29. Rahu-Rahu. Loss of taste in eating, danger from poison, loss of wealth through rashness.

30. …-Guru. Physical well-being, fearlessness, gain of conveyance and quarrels with menials.

31. …-?ani. Danger from fire, diseases, loss of wealth through menials, imprisonment.

32. …-Budh. Devotion towards the preceptor and increase of wealth through his beneficence, good qualities and well cultured.

33. …-Ketu. Antagonism with wife and children, going away from home, loss of wealth through rashness.

34. …-?ukr. Acquisition of Chatr, Chamar, conveyances etc., success in all ventures, worship of Lord Shiva, construction of a house.

35. …-S?rya. Affliction with piles, wrath of the king, loss of cattle.

36. …-Candr. Development of mental powers and intelligence, popularity, visits of preceptors, danger of committing sins.

37. …-Mangal. Dangers from menials and fire, loss of position, disaster, filthiness and meanness.

38. Guru-Guru. Happiness, increase in wealth, performance of Havan, worship of Lord Shiva, acquisition of Chatr and conveyances.

39. …-?ani. Failure in fasting, unhappiness, going away to foreign lands, loss of wealth, antagonism with kinsmen.

40. …-Budh. Progress in education, increase in intelligence, happiness to wife and children, popularity, gain of wealth.

41. …-Ketu. Opulence and glory, learnedness, gain of knowledge of Shastras, worship of Lord Shiva, performance of Havan, devotion towards preceptor.

42. …-?ukr. Freedom from diseases, enjoyments, increase in wealth, happiness from wife and children.

43. …-S?rya. Disorders of wind, bile and phlegm, pains, due to disorders of juices in the body.

44. …-Candr. Acquisition of Chatr with royal symbol, opulence and glory, increase in children, eye and stomach troubles.

45. …-Mangal. Danger of administration of poison by wife, imprisonment, foreign journeys, confusion of mind.

46. …-Rahu. Distress from diseases, troubles from thieves, danger from snakes, scorpions etc.

47. ?ani-?ani: Loss of luster, due to fevers, leprosy, stomach troubles, danger of death from fire.

48. …-Budh. Gain of wealth and grains, profits in business, reverence, devotion towards deities and Brahmins.

49. …-Ketu. Death-like distress, creation of turbulence by evil spirits, insult from a woman, other than one’s wife.

50. …-?ukr. Enjoyments through wealth, son and beneficence of the king, performance of Havanas, marriage etc.

51. …-S?rya. Troubles in the eyes and forehead, danger from snakes and enemies, loss of wealth, distress.

52. …-Candr. Sound health, birth of a son, relief, thriving strength, devotion towards deities and Brahmins.

53. …-Mangal. Affliction with Gulma, danger from enemy, danger of death during hunting, danger from snakes, from fire and from poison.

54. …-Rahu. Going away from the homeland, danger from the king, bewitchment, taking of poison, troubles from wind and bile.

55. …-Guru. Attainment of the position of a Commander in the Army, gain of land, association with ascetics, reverence from the king.

56. Budh-Budh. Increase in enjoyments, wealth and religious-mindedness, even-mindedness in all living beings.

57. …-Ketu. Danger from thieves, from fire and from poison, death-like suffering.

58. …-?ukr. Supremacy over others, increase in wealth, reputation and religious-mindedness, devotion to Lord Shiva, happiness from son.

59. …-S?rya. Agony, fevers, lunacy, affectionate relations with wife and kinsmen, receipt of stolen property.

60. …-Candr. Happiness from wife, birth of a daughter, gain of wealth and enjoyments all-round.

61. …-Mangal. Tendency to indulge in nefarious activities, pain in eyes, teeth and stomach, piles, danger from death.

62. …-Rahu. Gain of clothes, ornaments and wealth, separation from one’s own people, antagonism with Brahmins, delirium.

63. …-Guru. Sublimately, progress in education, increase in wealth and good qualities, profits in business.

64. …-?ani. Danger of death from thieves, poverty, beggary.

65. Ketu-Ketu. Danger of fall from a conveyance, quarrels with the enemy, committing a murder inadvertently.

66. …-?ukr. Gain of land and conveyance, happiness, destruction of enemy, increase in cattle wealth.

67. …-S?rya. Danger from fire and enemy, loss of wealth, mental agony, death-like suffering.

68. …-Candr. Devotion towards deities and Brahmin, journeys to distant places, gain of wealth and happiness, eye and ear troubles.

69. …-Mangal. Bilious troubles, enlargement of veins, delirium, antagonism with kinsmen.

70. …-Rahu. Antagonism with son and wife, going away from home, loss in ventures, due to rashness.

71. …-Guru. Injuries from weapons, wounds, heart disease, separation from wife and children.

72. …-?ani. Confusion of mind, tendencies towards nefarious deeds, imprisonment on account of addictions (in drugs etc.), distress.

73. …-Budh. Enjoyments of bed, perfumery, ornaments and sandal, good food and availability of all kinds of comforts.

74. ?ukr-?ukr. Learning, devotion to deities, satisfaction, gain of wealth, increase in the number of children.

75. …-S?rya. Good reputation in public, loss of happiness in respect of children, heat troubles.

76. …-Candr. Devotion towards deities, competence, relief by the application of Mantras, increase in wealth and fortune.

77. …-Mangal. Fevers, wounds, ringworms, itches, devotion towards deities and Brahmins.

78. …-Rahu. Distress from an enemy, eye and stomach troubles, antagonism with friends.

79. …-Guru. Good longevity, sound health, happiness from wealth, wife and children, acquisition of Chatr and conveyances.

80. …-?ani. Danger from the king, loss of happiness, critical disease, controversy with menials.

81. …-Budh. Satisfaction, reverence from the king, gains of land and wealth from many directions, increase in enthusiasm.

82. …-Ketu. Loss of life, wealth and reputation, only some money is left for charities and sustenance.

Ch. 64. Effects of Antar Dashas in the Kala Chakr

1. Maharishi Parashar said. Now I am going to describe to you the effects of Antar Dashas in the Kala Chakr Dasha, as related by Lord Shiva to the Goddess Parvati.

2. Dasha of Mesh A??. There will be wounds and fever in the Antar Dasha of Mangal in the Dasha of Mesh A??. In the same Dasha and Antar Dasha of the R??is, owned by Budh, ?ukr, Candr and Guru, all kinds of happiness will be enjoyed. Danger from an enemy will be experienced in the Antar Dasha of S?rya.

3-5. Dasha of Vrishabh A??. Effects, like quarrels and diseases, will be experienced in Antar Dasha of ?ani. There will be gains of education and physical felicity in the Antar Dasha of Guru, going away from home, death, or distress from fevers in the Antar Dasha of Mangal and gains of garments, happy association with women in the Antar Dashas of the R??is, owned by ?ukr and Budh. Danger from the king and violent animals may be expected in the Antar Dasha of R??i, owned by S?rya.

6-10. Dasha of Mithun A??. The effects in the Antar Dashas of the R??is concerned will be, as follows. ?ukr – gain of wealth and garments. Mangal – death of parents, danger, fever, wounds and travels to distant places. Guru – increase in intelligence, success in education, opulence and glory, popularity and affection towards others. ?ani – foreign journeys, diseases, fear of death, loss of wealth and kinsmen. Budh – success in education, gains of garments etc., happiness from wife and children and reverence from all quarters.

11-16. Dasha of Kark A??. The effects in the various Antar Dashas of the R??is concerned will be, as follows. Candr – happiness from wife and children, gain of wealth and reverence from the public. S?rya – danger from enemies, animals and the royal family, mental agony and fear of diseases. Budh and ?ukr – happiness from wife, children and friends, increase in wealth, popularity and name and fame. Mangal – danger from poison, weapons and diseases, like fever. Guru – gains of wealth, physical felicity, honours from the king. ?ani – rheumatism, danger from snakes and scorpions and distress of all kinds.

17-21. Dasha of Simh A??. … Mangal – diseases of the mouth, bilious fever and danger from weapon. Budh and ?ukr – gain of clothes, happiness from wife and children. Candr – danger from fall from some height, meagre gains of wealth, foreign journeys. S?rya – danger from enemies, fevers, loss of wisdom, fear of death. Guru – gains of wealth and grains, beneficence of the king and Brahmins, progress in education.

22-26. Dasha of Kanya A??. … ?ani – many kinds of troubles, travels to distant places, fevers, distress from hunger. Guru – gains of wealth through the beneficence of the king, arrival of friends and kinsmen and success in education. Mangal – bilious fever, travels to distant places, danger from fire and from weapons. Budh, ?ukr and Candr – gains of wealth through sons and employees, many enjoyments. S?rya – travel to distant lands, danger from diseases, quarrels with kinsmen, danger of assaults by weapons.

27-31. Dasha of Tula A??. … ?ukr – wisdom, comforts, happiness from wife and children and from wealth, garments etc. Mangal – distress to father, enmity with friends, danger from disease of forehead, fevers, poison, weapons etc. Guru – gain of wealth, acquisition of a kingdom, performance of religious rites, honours from the king and happiness all-round. ?ani – travels to distant places, critical diseases, loss in the agricultural sphere, danger from enemies. Budh – birth of a son, gain of wealth, happiness from one’s wife, joy, dawn of fortune.

32-33. Dasha of Vrischik A??. The following effects will be experienced in the Antar Dashas of the R??is concerned. Candr, Budh and ?ukr – gain of wealth and grains in different ways, freedom from diseases, enjoyments of many kinds. S?rya – danger from enemies, loss of wealth, distress to father, danger from wild and violent animals. Mangal – troubles from wind and bile, wounds, danger from fire and from weapons. Guru – gains of wealth, grains,. and gems, devotion towards deities and Brahmins, beneficence of the king. ?ani – loss of wealth, separation from kinsmen, mental anxiety, danger from enemies, diseases.

34-40. Dasha of Dhanu A??. The following effects will be derived in the various Antar Dashas of the R??is, owned by… Mangal – heart burn, fevers, cold, diseases of the mouth, many kinds of troubles. ?ukr, Budh and Candr – increase in wealth and property and fortune, progress in education, destruction of enemies, happiness from the king. S?rya – loss of wife and wealth, quarrels, danger from the king, travels to distant lands. Guru – charity, self-mortifications, honours from the king, increase in religious-mindedness, happiness from wife, gain of wealth.

41-44. Dasha of Makar A??. The following effects will be experienced in the various Antar Dashas of the R??is, owned by… ?ani – wrath of Brahmins, deities and the king, loss of kinsmen, abandonment of the homeland. ?ukr, Budh, Candr and Guru – devotion towards deities, self-mortification, honours from the government. Mangal – disease of the forehead, assaults on hands and feet, danger from dysentery, blood pollution and bilious troubles. ?ani – loss of father and kinsmen, fevers, danger from the king and the enemies.

45-49. Dasha of Kumbh A??. … ?ukr – many kinds of educational attainments, gains of property, happiness from wife and children, sound health and increase in wealth. Mangal – fevers, danger from fire and from enemies, distress from enemies and mental agony. ?ani – danger of troubles from wind, bile and phlegm, quarrels, foreign journey, danger of suffering from tuberculosis. Guru – freedom from ill health, happiness, honours from the king and joy. Budh – happiness from wife, children and wealth, joy, increase in good fortune.

50-55. Dasha of Meen A??. … Candr – increase in wisdom and educational attainments, happiness from wife, freedom from disease, association with friends, joy and happiness. S?rya – quarrels with kinsmen, danger from thieves, mental agony, loss of position. Budh and ?ukr – victory in war, birth of a son, gains of land and cattle, increase in wealth. Mangal – bilious troubles, dissension with members of the family, danger from enemies. Guru – gain of wealth and grains, happiness from wife, honours from the king, name and fame. ?ani – loss of wealth, mental agony, abandonment of the homeland on account of associations with prostitutes.

56-58. Maharishi Parashar said to Maitreya. O Brahmin! The effects of Antar Dashas in the Kala Chakr, which have been described above, are based on Savya Chakr. The effects of Antar Dashas in the Dashas of the R??is in the Apsavya Chakr have to be assessed, after taking into account the benefic and malefic natures of the Lords of the R??is. People have to enjoy the good, or suffer the bad results, according to their good, or bad actions in the previous births. Everybody suffers, or enjoys accordingly. The peculiarity in this respect is, that inauspicious results have been ascribed to malefics. But, if during the Antar Dasha the Grah concerned is a friend of the Lord of the Dasha, the results of the Antar Dasha will be favourable. If the Grah concerned is a benefic, but an enemy of the Lord of the Dasha, his Antar Dasha effects will not prove favourable. This is how the Antar Dasha effects have to be analyzed and conclusions arrived at.

Ch. 65. Effects of Dashas of R??is in the A??as of the Various R??is

1-3. The following will be the effects in the Dashas of R??is in Mesh A??. Mesh – distress from diseases, caused by blood pollution, Vrishabh – increase in grain production, Mithun – dawn of knowledge (Gyanodaya), Kark – increase in wealth, Simh – danger from enemies, Kanya – happiness from wife, Tula – ministership, Vrischik – danger of death, Dhanu – gains of wealth.

4-5½. … Vrishabh A??. Makar – tendency to indulge in sinful actions, Kumbh – profits in business, Meen – success in all ventures, Vrischik – danger from fire, Tula – honours from the king, Kanya – danger from enemies, Kark – distress to wife, Simh – eye troubles, Mithun – danger from poison.

6-8. … Mithun A??. Vrishabh – gains of wealth, Mesh – fever, Meen – affectionate relations with maternal uncle, Kumbh – increase in enemies, Makar – danger from thieves, Dhanu – progress in education, Mesh – assaults from enemies, Vrishabh – quarrels, Mithun – happiness.

9-10½. … Kark A??. Kark – enjoyments, Simh – danger from the king, Kanya – happiness from kinsmen, Tula – good reputation, Vrischik – distress from father, Dhanu – gain of knowledge and wealth, Makar – disgrace in public, Kumbh – loss in business, Meen – travels to distant lands.

11-13. … in Simh A??. Vrischik – quarrels, distress, Tula – gain of wealth, happiness, Kanya – increase in wealth and grains, Kark – danger from animals, Simh – both happiness and sorrows, Mithun – increase in enemies, Vrishabh – gain of property, happiness, Mesh – distress, Meen – long journey.

14-15½. … Kanya A??. Kumbh – gain of wealth, Makar – increase in wealth, Dhanu – happiness from brothers, Mesh – happiness from mother, Vrishabh – happiness from sons, Mithun – danger from enemies, Kark – affectionate relation with wife, Simh – increase in ill health, Kanya – birth of a son.

16-18. … Tula A??. Tula – gain of wealth, Vrischik – happiness from brothers, Dhanu – happiness from brothers and uncles, Makar – distress to mother, Kumbh – profits in business, Meen – gain of property, happiness, Vrischik – distress to wife, Tula – danger from water, Kanya – increase in property and happiness.

19-20½. … Vrischik A??. Kark – loss of wealth, Simh – danger from government, Mithun – gain of lands, Vrishabh – increase in wealth, Mesh – distress on account of blood pollution, Meen – happiness, Kumbh – profits in business, Makar – loss of wealth, Dhanu – gain of property, happiness.

21-23. … Dhanu A??. Mesh – gain of wealth, Vrishabh – gain of lands, Mithun – success in all ventures, Kark – gain of property, happiness, Simh – all comforts, Kanya – quarrels, Tula – profits in business, Vrischik – danger from diseases, Dhanu – happiness to sons.

24-25½. … Makar A??. Makar – birth of a son, Kumbh – increase in wealth, Meen – well-being, Vrischik – danger from animals, Tula – gain of wealth, Kanya – danger from enemies, Kark – gain of wealth, Simh – danger from enemies, Mithun – danger from poison.

26-28. … Kumbh A??. Vrishabh – increase in wealth, Mesh – eye troubles, Meen – travels to distant lands, Kumbh – increase in wealth, Makar – success in all ventures, Dhanu – increase in knowledge and learning, Mesh – loss of happiness, Vrishabh – danger of death, Mithun – gains of property, happiness.

29-31. … Meen A??. Kark – increase in wealth, Simh – assistance from the king, Kanya – increase in wealth and grains, Tula – profits in business, Vrischik – distress from fever, Dhanu – increase in knowledge and wealth, Makar – antagonism with wife, Kumbh – danger from water, Meen – all kinds of enjoyments.

32. There is no doubt, that observance of remedial measures in the form of prescribed Maharishi Yagyas destroys the evil effects of the inauspicious Dashas and yield happiness.

Ch. 66. AshtakaVarg

1-4. Maitreya said: “O Venerable Sage! You have described many kinds of effects, relating to the Grahas and Bhavas, after incorporating the views of many sages and Acharyas, but it is not possible to say with certainty, if a particular effect is quite correct, after considering the contradictions in the effects by the movements of the various Grahas. As because of sinful deeds, committed by people in Kaliyuga, their minds have become blunt, be kind enough to describe a method, which would enable even the shallow minded persons to ascertain their happiness and sorrows and determine their longevity on the basis of the positions of the Grahas in transit.”

5-6. The sage replied: “O Brahmin! You have put a very intelligent question. I will now describe the Shastra for the benefit of all, the Shastra, in which there will be no contradictions in judging the effects of happiness and sorrows and for determination of the longevity. You now listen to me carefully.

7-11. If the 12 Bhavas, including Lagn, are occupied by, or aspected by benefic Grahas, they yield auspicious results, according to their characteristics, but this happens, where the Grahas concerned are in their exaltation R??i, own R??i, or posited in a benefic Bhava. There will be no good effects, if such Grahas are in depression, or posited in an inauspicious Bhava. Similarly the Bhavas, associated with, or aspected by malefics in depression, or posited in malefic Bhavas, yield adverse results, according to their characteristics. If such Grahas be in their exaltation R??i, the effects will not be adverse. This is how the general effects have been described by the Daivajnas. I have only repeated those effects. The main purposes of this Jyotish Shastra are to determine the longevity and joys and sorrows of the people, but because the movements of the Grahas are so subtle, even sages, like Vashista and Brihaspati, have not been able to be quite definite in this respect. Then how can a common man, particularly in Kaliyuga, do so.

12. There are two divisions, or parts of the Jyotish Shastra, namely general and particular. I have already dealt with the general part. I now come to the other part, which deals with this subject in particular.

13-15. As the effects of the twelve Bhavas are judged from Lagn and Candr, effects of the twelve Bhavas and the various Grahas are judged in the same manner. Therefore the inauspicious places from the seven Grahas, named, as Karan, beginning from S?rya and Lagn (total 8), should be marked by dots (Bindus) and auspicious places, named, as Sthan, by small vertical lines (Rekhas) and on the basis of their assessment should the judgment of the horoscope and predictions be made.”

Notes. The above arrangement is known, as AshtakaVarg. The meaning of AshtakaVarg is literally the group of eight things. In other words it is the combination of the good and bad positions of a Grah with reference to the seven Grahas and Lagn. So it is the combination of the benefic and malefic marks (the Rekhas and the Bindus) in a planet’s chart with reference to the position of the eight Grahas (here Lagn is to be treated, as a Grah).

16. Five Grahas in 1st, 2nd, 8th, 3rd and the 12th Bhavas from S?rya are Karanprad (dot significators). Similarly four Grahas in the 7th and 4th, three Grahas in the 6th and 9th, six Grahas in the 5th, 2 Grahas in the 10th and one Grah in the 11th are dot significators.

17-19. Thus Lagn, Candr, Guru, ?ukr and Budh in the 1st, 2nd and 8th from S?rya; S?rya, Mangal, ?ani, Candr and Guru in the 12th; Budh, Candr, ?ukr, Guru in the 4th; Lagn, Candr, ?ukr in the 9th; S?rya, ?ani and Mangal in the 6th; Lagn, Budh, Guru and Candr in the 7th; ?ukr in the 11th; S?rya, ?ani, ?ukr, Guru and Mangal in the 3rd; Guru and ?ukr in the 10th; S?rya, ?ani, Candr, Lagn Mangal and ?ukr in the 5th are Karanprad, or dot indicators.

20-22. In Candr’s AshtakaVarg 6 Grahas in the 9th and the 2nd, 5 Grahas in the 4th, 8th and the 1st, one Grah in the 10th and the 3rd, 4 Grahas in the 5th, 3 Grahas in the 6th and the 7th and 1st, eight in the 12th are Karanprad. Thus Lagn, S?rya, Mangal, ?ani and ?ukr, these five in the 1st; Lagn, Budh, S?rya, Candr, ?ani and ?ukr, these 6 in the 2nd; Guru in the 3rd; S?rya, ?ani, Candr, Lagn and Mangal, these 5 in the 4th; ?ukr, Budh, Guru, these 3 in the 6th; Mangal, Lagn and ?ani, these 3 in the 7th; Mangal, Lagn, ?ani, ?ukr and Candr, these five in the 8th; Lagn, S?rya, Mangal, ?ani, Budh and Guru, these 6 in the 9th; ?ani only in the 10th; none in the 11th; all the eight in the 12th from their own places are Karanprad. These Grahas in the other Bhavas are Rekhaprad (line significators).

23-27. In the AshtakaVarg of Mangal 6 Grahas in the 12th, 4th and 7th, 5 Grahas in the 5th, 6 Grahas in the 2nd, 7 Grahas in the 9th, 5 Grahas in the 1st and 8th, 4 Grahas in the 3rd, 3 Grahas in the 10th and 2 Grahas in the 6th are Karanprad. In the 11th no Grah is Karanprad. In other words all the Grahas in the 11th from their own places are Rekhaprad. Thus S?rya, Candr, Budh, Guru and ?ukr, these five in the 1st; Lagn, S?rya, Candr, Budh, Guru and ?ani, these 6 in the 2nd; ?ukr, Mangal, Guru and ?ani, these 4 in the 3rd; S?rya, Candr, Budh, Guru, ?ukr and Lagn, these 6 in the 4th; Candr, Mangal, Guru, ?ukr and Lagn, these 5 in the 5th; Mangal and ?ani, these 2 in the 6th; Budh, Candr, S?rya, ?ukr, Guru and Lagn, these 6 in the 7th; Budh, Candr, S?rya, Lagn and Guru, these five in the 8th; S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr and Lagn, these 7 in the 9th; ?ukr, Candr and Budh, these 3 in the 10th; none in the 11th; S?rya, ?ani, Budh, Candr, Lagn and Mangal, these 6 in the 12th from their own places are Karanprad.

28-30. In the AshtakaVarg of Budh 3 Grahas in the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 10th, 6th and 9th, 2 Grahas in the 8th, 6 Grahas in the 3rd and the 7th, none in the 11th, 5 Grahas in the 5th and 12th are Karanprad. Thus S?rya, Candr and Guru, these 3 in the 1st; Guru, S?rya and Budh, these 3 in the 2nd; Lagn, S?rya, Mangal, ?ani, Candr and Guru, these 6 in the 3rd; Budh, S?rya and Guru, these 3 in the 4th; Guru, Mangal, Candr, ?ani and Lagn, these 5 in the 5th; ?ukr, ?ani and Mangal, these 3 in the 6th; Budh, Candr, Lagn, S?rya, ?ukr and Guru, these 6 in the 7th; Budh and S?rya, these 2 in the 8th; Guru, Candr and Lagn, these 3 in the 9th; S?rya, Guru and ?ukr, these 3 in the 10th; none in the 11th; Lagn, Candr, Mangal, ?ani and ?ukr these 5 in the 12th from their own places are Karanprad.

31-34. In the AshtakaVarg of Guru one Grah in the 2nd and 11th, 2 Grahas in the 10th, 7 Grahas in the 12th, 4 Grahas in the 6th, 5 Grahas in the 8th and 3rd, 3 Grahas in the remaining Bhavas are Karanprad. Thus ?ukr, Candr and ?ani, these 3 in the 1st; ?ani in the 2nd and 11th; Lagn, Mangal, Candr, Budh and ?ukr, these 5 in the 3rd; S?rya, Guru and Mangal, these 3 in the 5th; ?ukr, ?ani and Candr, these 3 in the 4th; Budh, ?ukr and ?ani, these 3 in the 7th; Guru, Mangal, S?rya and Candr, these 4 in the 6th; all except ?ani, these 7 in the 12th; Candr and ?ani, these 2 in the 10th; ?ani, Mangal and Guru, these 3 in the 9th; Lagn, ?ani, ?ukr, Candr and Budh, these 5 in the 8th from their own places are Karanprad.

35-38. In the AshtakaVarg of ?ukr 2 Grahas in the 5th, 8th and 3rd, 5 Grahas in the 1st, 2nd, 12th, 10th, 8 Grahas in the 7th, 6 Grahas in the 6th, one in the 9th, 3 in the 4th, none in the 11th are Karanpradas. Thus S?rya, Mangal, Budh, Guru and ?ani, these 5 in the 1st and the 2nd; all the 8 Grahas in the 7th; Guru and S?rya, these 2 in the 3rd; S?rya and Mangal, these 2 in the 5th; S?rya in 9th; S?rya, Budh and Guru, these 3 in the 4th; Mangal and Budh, these 2 in the 8th; ?ukr, S?rya, Candr, ?ani, Lagn and Guru, these 6 in the 6th; none in the 11th; Lagn, ?ani, Budh, ?ukr and Guru, these 5 in the 12th; Lagn, Mangal, Budh, Candr, S?rya, these 5 in the 10th from their own places are Karanpradas.

39-42. In the AshtakaVarg of ?ani 7 Grahas in the 2nd, 7th, 9th, 6 Grahas in the 8th, Lagn and 4th, 4 Grahas in the 10th, 3rd and 12th, one Grah in the 6th, 5 Grahas in the 5th, none in the 11th are Karanpradas. Thus Candr, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr and ?ani, these 6 in the 4th and the 1st; Candr, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr, ?ani and Lagn, these 7 in the 2nd and the 7th; S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Guru, ?ukr, ?ani and Lagn, these 7 in the 9th; Candr, Guru, ?ukr and ?ani, these 4 in the 10th; Guru, S?rya, Budh and ?ukr, these 4 in the 3rd; S?rya in the 6th; Lagn, Candr, ?ani, S?rya, these 4 in the 12th; ?ukr, S?rya, Candr, Budh and Lagn, these 5 in the 5th; Candr, Mangal, Guru, ?ukr, ?ani and Lagn, these 6 in the 8th; none in the 11th from their own places are Karanpradas. The remaining places are Rekhapradas and are auspicious.

43-45. The sage said. Now I will describe the auspicious Bhavas for the benefit of the Acharyas. In the AshtakaVarg of S?rya: ?ani, Mangal and S?rya in the 2nd, 8th and 1st; Guru and Budh in the 5th; Budh, Candr and Lagn in the 3rd; Lagn, S?rya, ?ani and Mangal in the 4th; Lagn, S?rya, ?ani, Mangal, Budh and Candr in the 10th; S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ani and Lagn in the 11th; Lagn, ?ukr and Budh in the 12th; Lagn, ?ukr, Budh, Guru and Candr in the 6th; S?rya, Mangal, ?ani and ?ukr in the 7th; S?rya, Mangal, ?ani, Budh and Guru in the 9th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

46-48. In the AshtakaVarg of Candr: Budh, Candr and Guru in the 1st; Guru and Mangal in the 2nd; Budh, S?rya, Candr, Mangal, ?ani, ?ukr and Lagn in the 3rd; Guru, ?ukr and Budh in the 4th; Mangal, Budh, ?ukr and ?ani in the 5th; S?rya, Candr, Mangal, ?ani and Lagn in the 6th; S?rya, Candr, Guru, Budh and ?ukr in the 7th; S?rya, Budh and Guru in the 8th; ?ukr and Candr in the 9th; S?rya, Budh, Guru, ?ukr, Candr, Lagn and Mangal in the 10th and all the 8 Grahas in the 11th from their own places are Rekhapradas. No Grah is Rekhaprad in the 12th.

49-50. In the AshtakaVarg of Mangal: Lagn, ?ani and Mangal in the 1st; Mangal in the 2nd; Lagn, Budh, Candr and S?rya in the 3rd; ?ani and Mangal in the 4th; Budh and S?rya in the 5th; Budh, Candr, Guru, S?rya, Lagn and ?ukr in the 6th; ?ani and Mangal in the 7th; ?ani, Mangal and ?ukr in the 8th; ?ani in the 9th; Mangal, S?rya, Guru, ?ani and Lagn in 10th; all in the 11th and Guru and ?ukr in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

51-52. In the AshtakaVarg of Budh: Lagn, ?ani, Mangal, ?ukr and Budh in the 1st; Lagn, Mangal, Candr, ?ukr and ?ani in the 2nd; ?ukr and Budh in the 3rd; Lagn, Candr, ?ani, ?ukr and Mangal in the 4th; Budh, ?ani and ?ukr in the 5th; Guru, Budh, S?rya, Candr and Lagn in the 6th; Mangal and ?ani in the 7th; Mangal, ?ani, Lagn, Candr, ?ukr and Guru in the 8th; ?ani, Mangal, S?rya, Budh and ?ukr in the 9th; Lagn, ?ani, Mangal, Budh and Candr in the 10th; all in the 11th and Guru, Budh and S?rya in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

53-55. In the AshtakaVarg of Guru: Lagn, Mangal, S?rya and Budh in the 1st and 4th; Guru, Lagn, Mangal, S?rya, Budh, Candr and ?ukr in the 2nd; ?ani, Guru and S?rya in the 3rd; ?ukr, Candr, Lagn, Budh and ?ani in the 5th; ?ukr, Lagn, Budh and ?ani in the 6th; Lagn, Mangal, Guru, S?rya and Candr in the 7th; Guru, S?rya and Mangal in the 8th; ?ukr, S?rya, Lagn, Candr and Budh in the 9th; Guru, Budh, Mangal, S?rya, ?ukr and Lagn in the 10th; all except ?ani in the 11th and ?ani in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

56-58. In the AshtakaVarg of ?ukr: Lagn, ?ukr and Candr in the 1st; Lagn, ?ukr and Candr in the 2nd; Lagn, ?ukr, Candr, Budh, ?ani and Mangal in the 3rd; Lagn, ?ukr, Candr, ?ani and Mangal in the 4th; Lagn, Budh, Candr, Guru, ?ani and ?ukr in the 5th; Budh and Mangal in the 6th; none in the 7th; ?ukr, S?rya, Candr, Guru, Lagn and ?ani in the 8th; all except S?rya in the 9th; ?ukr, Guru and ?ani in the 10th; all in the 11th; Mangal, Candr and S?rya in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

59-60. In the AshtakaVarg of ?ani: S?rya and Lagn in the 1st; S?rya in the 2nd; Lagn, Candr, Mangal and ?ani in the 3rd; Lagn and S?rya in the 4th; Guru, ?ani and Mangal in the 5th; all except S?rya in the 6th; S?rya in the 7th; S?rya and Budh in the 8th; Budh in the 9th; S?rya, Mangal, Lagn and Budh in the 10th; all in the 11th; Mangal, Budh, Guru and ?ukr in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

61-64. In the AshtakaVarg of Lagn 3 Grahas in the 1st and 4th, 2 Grahas in the 3rd, 5 Grahas in the 2nd, 6 Grahas in the 5th, 8th, 9th and 12th, one Grah in the 10th, 11th and 6th and all except Guru in the 7th are Karanpradas. Thus Lagn, S?rya and Candr in the 1st; Lagn, Mangal, Candr, S?rya and ?ani in the 2nd; Guru and Budh in the 3rd; Lagn, Candr, Mangal, Budh, ?ani and S?rya in the 5th; Lagn, Candr and Mangal in the 4th; ?ukr in the 6th; all except Guru in the 7th; Lagn, S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Guru and ?ani in the 8th; Lagn, S?rya, Candr, Mangal, Budh and ?ani in the 9th; ?ukr in the 10th and 11th; Lagn, Mangal, Budh, Guru, ?ukr and ?ani in the 12th from their own places are Karanpradas.

65-68. In the AshtakaVarg of Lagn: ?ani, Budh, ?ukr, Guru and Mangal in the 1st; Budh, Guru and ?ukr in the 2nd; Lagn, S?rya, Candr, Mangal, ?ukr and ?ani in 3rd; S?rya, Budh, Guru, ?ukr and ?ani in the 4th; Guru and ?ukr in the 5th; all except ?ukr in the 6th; Guru in the 7th; Budh and ?ukr in the 8th; Guru and ?ukr in the 9th; all except ?ukr in the 10th; all except ?ukr in the 11th and S?rya and Candr in the 12th from their own places are Rekhapradas.

69. In the charts of AshtakaVarg Karan is signified by a Bindu, or dot (0) and Sthan by a Rekhapradas, or line (1). Karan is inauspicious, while Sthan is auspicious.

70-72. To identify the auspicious and inauspicious Bhavas in the AshtakaVarg a chart should be prepared with 14 horizontal lines and ten vertical lines. The form of the chart so prepared will consist of 117 apartments. In this chart in the first line incorporates the names of the seven Grahas and Lagn. In the first column write the numbers of all the 12 Bhavas. After this mark dots under the Grah and against the Karanprad Bhavas. By doing so the Karanprad Bhavas of all the 8 Grahas, including Lagn, will become known clearly and whenever the AshtakaVarg Grah will pass in transit the dot-marked Bhavas, he will yield unfavourable results. In his transit to other Bhavas he would give favourable effects.The following table shows the dots in the AshtakaVarg of S?rya.

Ch. 67. Trikon Shodhana in the AshtakaVarg

1-2. The sage said. O Brahmin! After preparing the AshtakaVarg of all the Grahas, including Lagn, Trikon Shodhana has to be done for each R??i. A Trikon is made of three R??is equidistant from each other. Thus Mesh, Simh and Dhanu, Vrishabh, Kanya and Makar, Mithun, Tul and Kumbh, Kark, Vrischik and Meen form the Trikonas of the R??is.

3-5. The Trikon Shodhana (rectification) should be done by writing the Rekhas in the AshtakaVargas of S?rya etc. under the R??is Mesh etc. Amongst the Trikon R??is the R??i, which has lesser number of Rekhas, should be allotted Rekhas, arrived at by deducting its number of Rekhas from the greater number of Rekhas of the three Trikon R??is. No Trikon Shodhana is necessary, if any of the Trikon R??is has no Rekha. Shodhana should be done, if all the three of them have equal number of Rekhas, that is a zero should be written against all of them. Thereafter Ekadhipatya Shodhana should be done in the same manner, described later. (For Shodhana of the AshtakaVarg of a Grah the first thing to be done is to see, in which R??i the Grah is posited. Beginning from that R??i, the names of the 12 R??is should be written and then the names of the Grahas, posited in them, should be mentioned against them. Thereafter the Rekhas, gained by that R??i, should be written below them and the number, achieved after Shodhana, below it)

Ch. 68. Ekadhipatya Shodhana in the AshtakaVarg

1-5. Ekadhipatya Shodhana is done after writing the numbers for R??is, arrived at by Trikon Shodhana. Ekadhipatya Shodhana is done, if both the two R??is, owned by a Grah, have gained a number after Trikon Shodhana. Ekadhipatya Shodhana is not to be done, if one R??i has got a number and the other is bereft of any number. The following are the rules for Ekadhipatya Shodhana. If both the R??is are without a Grah and the Trikon Shodhana numbers are different, both should be given the smaller number. If both the R??is are with Grahas, no Shodhana is to be done. If amongst the two R??is one is with a Grah and a smaller Trikon rectified number and the other is without Grah with a bigger number, deduct the smaller number from the bigger number and the number of the R??i with Grah should be kept unchanged. If the R??i with the Grah has a bigger number than that of the R??i without Grah, the Shodhana should be done of the number of the R??i without Grah and the number of the R??i with Grah should be kept unchanged. If both the R??is are without Grahas and possess the same numbers, Shodhana of both the numbers should be done and the rectified numbers should be reduced to zero. If one R??i is with Grah and the other is without any Grah, the number of the latter should be reduced to zero. S?rya and Candr own one R??i only, their numbers should be kept unchanged.

6. After doing Ekadhipatya Shodhana, Pinda Sadhana should be taken in hand.

Ch. 69. Pinda Sadhana in the AshtakaVarg

1-4. The Sage said. O Brahmin! After completing the Trikon and Ekadhipatya Shodhana in the AshtakaVargas of all the Grahas, the rectified number should be multiplied by the measure of the R??i. If there be any Grah in any R??i, the rectified number should be multiplied by the measure of the Grah also. Then, after multiplying the rectified number of each R??i, the products should be added up. The total so arrived at will be Pinda of that Grah. The multiples of R??is are 10 for Vrishabh and Simh, 8 for Mithun and Vrischik, 7 for Mesh and Tul, 6 for Makar and Kanya. The multipliers of the remaining R??is are the same, as their numbers. (R??iman Chakr. Mesh 7, Vris 10, Mith 8, Kark 4, Simh 10, Kany 6, Tula 7, Vrsk 8, Dhan 9, Maka 5, Kumb 11, Mina 12) The multipliers of Grahas are 10 for Guru, 3 for Mangal, 7 for ?ukr, 6 for Budh, S?rya, Candr and ?ani. (Grahman Chakr. S?rya 5, Candr 5, Mangal 8, Budh 5, Guru 10, ?ukr 7, ?ani 5)

Ch. 70. Effects of the AshtakaVarg

1-6. The matters to be considered from S?rya and other Grahas are, as follows. S?rya – the soul (Atma), nature, physical strength, joys and sorrows and father. Candr – mind, wisdom, joy and mother. Mangal – co-borns, strength, qualities and land. Budh – business dealings, livelihood and friends. Guru – nourishment of the body, learning, son (children), wealth and property. ?ukr – marriage, enjoyments, conveyance, prostitution and sexual intercourse with women. ?ani – longevity, source of maintenance, grief, danger, losses and death. The following procedure should be adopted to ascertain the effects of a house. Multiply the number of Rekhas with the Yog Pinda (R??i Pinda plus Grah Pinda), connected with the AshtakaVarg of that Grah and divide the product by 27. The remainder will denote the number of the Nakshatr. During the transit of ?ani in that Nakshatr the Bhava concerned will be harmed.

7-9. The 9th house from S?rya at the time of birth deals with father. The Rekhas of that R??i, as marked in S?rya’s AshtakaVarg, should be multiplied by the Yog Pinda and the product be divided by 27. The remainder will denote the number of Nakshatr. The father will be in distress, or he will otherwise suffer, when ?ani in transit passes through the Nakshatr. Even, when ?ani passes in transit the Trikon Nakshatras, father, or relatives, like father, may die, or suffer.

Notes. By dividing the 27 Nakshatras in three equal parts, the 1st, 10th and 19th fall in Trikon from each other. S?rya is PitraKarak (significator of father). Therefore all about father is ascertained from the S?rya’s AshtakaVarg.

10-11. If the AshtakaVarg Rekha number is multiplied by the Yog Pinda and the product is divided by 12, the remainder will denote the R??i, through which, or through the R??is in Trikon to it, the transit of ?ani will cause harm, or unfavourable effects to father. Death of the father may occur, if the Dasa prevailing at that time be unfavourable. If the Dasa be favourable, father will face only adverse effects.

(12-15 Arishta to Father) 12-14. The death of the father may be expected, if Rahu, ?ani, or Mangal are in the 4th from S?rya at the time of transit of ?ani through any of the above three R??is (Trikon R??is). The death of the father will come to pass by such transit, if at that time ?ani, associated, or aspected by a malefic, be in the 9th from Lagn, or Candr and/or the Dasa of the Lord of the 4th from Lagn be in operation. The death does not take place, if a favourable Dasa be in force at the time of ?ani’s transit. This should be kept in mind by the Jyotishis, while making predictions.

15. If the R??i of Lagn of the native be the 8th R??i from Lagn of the father, or, if the Lord of the 8th from father’s Lagn be in Lagn of the native, he takes over all the responsibilities of his father after the latter’s death.

16-18. The father enjoys happiness in the Dasa of the Lord of the 4th from Lagn. The native is obedient to his father, if the Lord of the 4th be in Lagn, or the 11th, or in the 11th, or 10th from Candr. If the birth be in the 3rd R??i from Lagn, or Candr of the father, the native makes proper use of the wealth, inherited from his father. If the birth be in the 10th R??i from Lagn, or Candr of the father, the native will inherit all the good qualities of his father. If the Lord of the 10th be in Lagn, the native will be more distinguished than his father.

19-20. No auspicious functions, like marriage etc., should be performed in the month of R??is (that is, when S?rya transits that R??i), which has more number of dots in S?rya’s AshtakaVarg. The same applies to the Samvatsar of that R??i (that is, when the mean Guru transits that R??i). Auspicious functions should be performed, when S?rya, or the mean Guru transits the R??i, which has more Rekhas in S?rya’s AshtakaVarg.

21-23. In the same manner no auspicious functions should be performed during the transit of Candr in the R??i, which has larger number of dots in Candr’s AshtakaVarg. Consideration, regarding mother, house and village, should be done from the 4th Bhava from Candr. Therefore multiply the number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg of Candr by the Yog Pinda of that AshtakaVarg and divide the product by 27. The death of, or distress to mother may be expected, when ?ani passes in transit through the Nakshatr, denoted by the remainder. Then divide the product by 12. The death of the mother may occur, when ?ani transits the R??i, denoted by the remainder. Distress to mother may be predicted, when ?ani transits the Nakshatras, or R??is in Trikon to Nakshatr and R??i, indicated above.

24-27. Consideration of brothers (co-borns), valour and patience is done from Mangal’s AshtakaVarg. If the number of Rekha is larger in any R??i after Trikon Shodhana, there will be gains of land, happiness from wife and great happiness to brother, when Mangal passes through that R??i in transit. If Mangal be weak, the brothers will be short lived. There will be distress to brothers, when Mangal transits a R??i without Rekhas. Here also the Yog Pinda of Mangal should be multiplied by the number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg and the product be divided separately by 27 and 12. The remainders will denote the Nakshatr and R??i. The brother will suffer, whenever ?ani transits that Nakshatr, or R??i (or the Trikon Nakshatras, or R??is).

28-29. Consideration in regard to family, maternal uncle and friends should be done from the 4th Bhava from Budh. The family etc. will enjoy happiness during the transit of Budh’s AshtakaVarg. After performing Trikon and Ekadhipatya Shodhana in Budh’s AshtakaVarg, the happiness, or distress of the family should be predicted from the transit of ?ani through the resultant Nakshatr and R??i (and those in Trikon to them).

30-33. All about knowledge, religious inclinations of the native and son (progeny) is to be ascertained from the 5th Bhava from Guru. If the Rekhas in the 5th Bhava from Guru are larger in number in the AshtakaVarg, there will be great happiness in respect of progeny. If the dots are larger in number, the happiness in respect of progeny will be meagre. The number of children are equal to the number of Rekhas in the 5th Bhava (from Guru), provided it is not the R??i of debilitation of Guru, or his enemy’s R??i. In that case the number of children will be very limited. The number of children is also equal to the number of Navams, in which the Lord of the 5th from Guru is posited. Multiply the Yog Pinda of Guru by the number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg and divide the product separately by 27 and 12. The remainders will denote the Nakshatr and R??i. Transit of ?ani through that Nakshatr and its Trikon Nakshatras and of that R??i and its Trikon R??is will be inauspitious. During that period the knowledge, learning and religious activities of the native will also be adversely affected.

34-36. There will be gain of wealth, land and happiness and marriage, whenever ?ukr passes in transit through the R??is, which have larger number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg of ?ukr. These gains will be from the directions of the 7th R??i from ?ukr and of its Trikon R??is. The effects should be judged in the manner, already explained earlier, after multiplying the Rekhas in the 7th Bhava from ?ukr by the Yog Pinda.

37-40. The 8th Bhava from ?ani signifies death, as well as longevity. Assessment about longevity should be made from that Bhava through the AshtakaVarg. Therefore predict distress to the native in the year, equal to the number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg from Lagn up to ?ani. The year, equal to the number of Rekhas from ?ani up to Lagn, will also be of distress. If in the year, equal to the total of the above Rekhas, Arishta Dasa be also in operation, there can be possibility of death of the native.

41-42. Multiply the Yog Pinda by the number of Rekhas in the AshtakaVarg and divide the product by 27. The death of the native will take place, when ?ani passes in transit through the Nakshatr, denoted by the remainder, or its Trikon Nakshatras. Again, divide the product by 12. The native will face danger of death, when ?ani passes in transit through the R??i, denoted by the remainder, or through its Trikon R??is.

43-44. The results will be favourable, when ?ani passes in transit through R??is, which have larger number of Rekhas in ?ani’s AshtakaVarg. ?ani’s transit through R??is, which have larger number of dots, will produce only evil effects.

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