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Tithi Pravesha

Tithi Pravesh-1 Appeared in Jyotish Digest May 2002 (Rao & Rath) Annual Horoscopy The Tajika System of annual horoscopy employs a chart cast for every year of life based on the solar return (i.e. sun’s return to its natal sidereal position). Many scholars of history and Vedic Studies have held a view that this system is primarily not ’Vedic Astrology’ and might be a borrowed feature from Yavanas or Tajikas, who interacted with Indian scholars. Notwithstanding the peculiar yoga’s like I÷÷as˜la,

Easar˜pha etc nor

divisional

charts

like Aÿ÷˜msa (D-8) etc, which are not a part of Parasara’s available teachings, outstanding scholars like Neelakantha and Dr. Raman set a precedent by accepting the Tajaka system as a branch of Vedic astrology.

However, the solar calendar has been widely followed in India only since Varahamihira started Vikrama Saka. India had been following the Vedic luni-solar calendar for millennia. When Maharshis like Valmiki and Vyasa mentioned the timing of events in epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata, they identified events only by the tithis. It maybe interesting to note that traditional Hindu’s celebrate their birth days (called Jayanti or Janma tithi) on the Vedic date (Tithi) of the luni-solar calendar instead of the date of Sun’s return.

All

festivals

(except

for

Sankrantis)

commemorating the birthdays of deities, Gurus etc are also based on the luni-solar calendar of Tithi. For example, Hindus celebrate Lord Rama’s birthday on the Sukla Navami Tithi of Chaitra month every year and Lord Krishna’s birthday on the Krishna Ashtami Tithi of Sravana month. If birthday as per the lunisolar calendar is more important than birthday as per the solar calendar, why do we cast a chart for Varsha pravesha (commencement of a new year) based on birthday as per the solar calendar? Does it not make sense to cast a chart for the commencement of a new year based on birthday as per the luni-solar calendar of tithis?

In fact, not only does it make sense, but the technique of annual horoscopy using the luni-solar calendar is one of the most reliable techniques ’ and hence a guarded secret ’ taught by tradition for fine predictions. Tithi Tithi is the Vedic date of the luni-solar calendar and is a measure of the angular displacement of Moon from Sun. It is known that the period between two consecutive full moon’s (i.e. exact 180 0 displacement of the Moon from the Sun) is about 29.5 civil days. The total movement of 3600 of the angle between the Luminaries in transit in a month was divided by 30 to obtain a measure of 120 called ’Tithi’ (luni-solar day). Tithi is the period in which the angular displacement of Moon from Sun increases by exactly 12º. There are fifteen tithis (15 x 120=1800) in the waxing phase (Sukla paksha) and fifteen tithis is the

waning

phase

(Krishna

paksha).

The

displacement angle = Longitude of Moon ’ longitude of sun. When this angle is divided by 12º, we get an index to the tithi, starting from Sukla Pratipat.

The Luminaries A child is a product of both parents and the importance of the Moon, even over the Sun in the determination of fortune is a well established aspect of Vedic Astrology. The tripod of life is the ascendant (body), Sun (soul) and Moon (mind). In another sense, these are self (Lagna), Father (Sun) and Mother (Moon). It is but natural that a better definition of the moment of birth would be the angular displacement of the Moon from Sun, instead of just the natal Sun position. This is the Janma Tithi. We should be equally careful to ensure that such a definition does not dilute the importance of the sun as it is the representative of the real self/the soul. For this purpose Maharshis have defined the twelve sunsigns (or simply signs of the zodiac) called Dwadasa Aditya. These define the boundaries within which the Sun’s placement causes it to have the specific form of a ’deva’ and a ’Jyotirlinga’. Thus the longitude of Sun in a sign is not as relevant as its placement in the very sign itself and this fact is taken as an ’anchor’ for drawing the annual charts. As the soul is the anchor of our existence, Sun’s transit in

its natal sign signifies the figurative re-establishment of this anchor, i.e. a new beginning (In fact, it is because of this re-establishment of anchor that marriage is prohibited in the solar month of birth). Such an anchorage would be meaningless without a consideration of the ’Mind’ ’ the emotions, sustenance and fruits of existence. Thus including the Moon’s ’angular return’ along with the annual solar natal sign anchorage defines the astrological Janma Tithi return. Though birthday as per the luni-solar calendar is traditionally celebrated when janma tithi returns in the same lunar month (which is identified based on the signs occupied by Sun and Moon at the beginning of the month), this definition was probably adopted for ease

in

civil

usage.

The

most

astrologically

acceptable definition is based on janma tithi and sunsign (sunsign at janma tithi return and not sunsign at the beginning of the month). This is the most perfect method for defining the moment that is the closest in emulating the moment of birth. Hence, this is the ’truest astrological birthday’ or rather ’birth moment’.

Tithi Pravesha Chakra As outlined above, the definition of the annual birth moment is the moment when Sun transits its natal sign and the Moon is at the exact displacement angle from Sun (degrees, minutes & seconds) as at birth. Pravesha means entry or return and Tithi Pravesha Chakra is the chart drawn for the birth moment of Tithi return every year. If the angle from Sun to Moon matches that in the natal chart, it means that the Tithi running is the same as birth Tithi and also the fraction of Tithi remaining is the same as at birth. If someone was born with Sun in Aries on Chaitra Sukla Navami with 25% of the Tithi remaining, the native’s astrological luni-solar new year will commence every year when Sun is in Aries and Sukla Navami is running with 25% of the Tithi remaining. A chart cast for this moment for the longitude and latitude of the birthplace ’ irrespective of where the native is currently living ’ will throw light on the events during the coming year. This chart is called "Tithi Pravesha" (TP) chart. Example of Casting

Example 1: Let us consider the chart of India’s Late Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Birth data: 19th November 1917, 23:03:00 (IST), 81 E 52', 25 N 28' It may be noticed that natal Sun is in Scorpio. At the time of her birth, Kartika Sukla Shashthi Tithi was running and 88.15% of the Tithi was left. Let us consider the annual TP chart of 1976-77. Her lunisolar birthday came on 26th November 1976. Sun was in Scorpio on that day and Kartika Sukla Shashthi Tithi was running. At 9:34:07 am, 88.15% of the Tithi was left. In other words, the displacement angle from Sun to Moon at that time matched that at Mrs. Gandhi’s birth. In her natal chart, Sun was at 4° 7' 39.45'’ in Scorpio and Moon was at 5° 32' 57.86'’ in Capricorn. The displacement angle from Sun to Moon was 61° 25' 18.41'’. At the time of Tithi pravesha in 1976, Sun was at 10° 30' 11.58'’ in Scorpio and Moon was at 11° 55'

29.99'’ in Capricorn. The displacement angle from Sun to Moon was again 61° 25' 18.41'’. This matches the displacement angle at birth. Annual TP Data: 26th November 1976, 9:34:07 (IST), 81 E 52', 25 N 28' One can cast a chart for the above data and draw conclusions about the events in the year. Use of Weekday, Lagna and Hora The annual chart is interpreted just like the natal chart, but there are some special considerations: (1) Weekday: Take the ruler of the weekday running at the commencement of New Year. If he is a benefic with respect to natal Lagna, it will be a favorable year. If he is a malefic with respect to natal Lagna, it will be an unfavorable year. (2) Lagna: Take the sign occupied by Lagna in the annual chart. If it is a quadrant or a trine from natal Lagna, the year will bring the fruits of good actions of the past, i.e. it will be a favorable year. If it is a Dusthana from natal Lagna, the year will bring the

results of evil actions of the past, i.e. it will be a year of obstacles. (3) Hora: Take the ruler of the Hora (hour) running at the commencement of New Year. This planet will be the most important planet during the year, even more important than Lagna lord. The houses owned and occupied by this planet will set the tone for the main events of the year. The strength, placement and yogas of this planet will have a tremendous impact on the main events of the year. In addition, all the principles applicable in natal horoscopy will apply in annual horoscopy. Example 2: Let us examine the 1976-77 annual chart found in Example 1 (Chart 1). The weekday on 26 th November 1976 was Friday. Its lord Venus is a functional malefic for Mrs. Gandhi’s natal Lagna (Cancer). So it indicates an unfavorable year.

Lagna in the annual chart is in Sagittarius, which is a Dusthana from natal Lagna. It shows struggle during the year. Saturn Hora was running at 9:34:06 am on 26 th November 1976. So Saturn is the most important planet during the year. He is a functional malefic with respect to Sagittarius Lagna and occupies the 8th house. This shows that the main theme of the year will be disappointments and fall (8th). Mrs. Gandhi indeed experienced misfortune during

Dear Chitra,

> Dear Sanjay and Narasimha, > Could you please teach us how to calculate the Tithi Pravesha time. How

> did you arrive at the time? What are the manual calculations. > > Thanks and regards > Chitra

I use my software "Jagannatha Hora" for the calculations.

If you want to do it, here is how:

(1) In the natal chart, find the sign occupied by Sun, tithi running and the fraction of tithi left.

Let us take an example of my 1987-88 annual TP chart. Birthdata is 4th April 1970, 5:47:20 pm (IST), 81e08, 16n10.

Sun is in Pisces. Krishna Chaturdasi tithi was running and 85.979769% of the tithi was left at birth.

(2) Find when Sun returns to his natal sign during the year of interest.

In 1987, Sun returns to Pisces and stays in it during (roughly) March 15-April 15, 1987.

(3) In the period found in (2), find when the tithi found in (1) returns.

For example, take March 15-April 15, 1987. Krishna Chaturdasi tithi came back in this month on March 27-28, 1987.

(4) Find the starting and ending time of the tithi.

On

March

27-28, 1987, for example, Krishna

Chaturdasi tithi started at 21:25 on March 27, 1987 and ended at 19:39 on March 28, 1987.

(5) Find when the same fraction of tithi was left as found in (1).

The length of the tithi was 24 hrs + 19:39 - 21:25 = 22 hours 14 min, i.e. 1334 min. Of this, 85.979769% is 1147 minutes, i.e. 19 hours 7 min.

So take 19 hours 7 min before the end of tithi. Then exactly 85.979769% of the tithi is left.

Taking 19:39-19:07 is 0:32. So, at 12:32 am in the early hours of March 28, 1987, exactly the 85.979769% of Krishna Chaturdasi was left.

(6) Now take this date and time and the longitude and latitude of the birthplace and cast the chart.

May Jupiter's light shine on us,

Narasimha Tithi Pravesha FAQ From: Narasimha

P.V.R.

Date:

8,

Nov

Rao 2005

8:09

PM

Subject: [JyotishGroup] Re: A real-life example Doubts To:

Vedic

Astrology

Group

, [email protected] groups.com Namaste

friends,

When someone complained about too much theoretical discussion, I gave a reallife

example

in

which

some

precise

predictions I gave someone came true. Even

that

led

to

theorization

and

theoretical critique. The following mail slipped from my attention a few weeks back. Somebody forwarded it to me and let me try to address some points in it. > (a).Can the ATP chart replace the Rasi

chart

in

prediction?

The natal chart shows the entire life. But, if one uses a wrong or imperfect dasa system, it is easy to err in timing events. I am far more comfortable with ATP (annual Tithi Pravesha) charts as they are focussed on a one year period and are easier to judge. Whenever I have just a few minutes to spare and have to give

a

quick

charts.

And

reading, I

am

quite

their >

(b)

I

rely

on

pleased

ATP with

reliability. Can

change

badhakesa of

cause

auspicious place?

Yes, there are references in classics. Narayan Iyer produced a nice paper on it sometime

back.

> (c) Arudha in ATP is as relevant as in Rasi? Of course, yes. To me anyway. Arudha

padas of houses show what manifests in a tangible way. That is as relevant in ATP charts. > (d) Can the ATP Lagna Virgo rising with

Sun

and

Ketu

under

> the aspect of Saturn be treated as auspicious Sun

in

or

harbinger

lagna

with

Ketu

of

good?

and

under

Saturn's aspect is not at all good. I did warn the native about one specific misfortune that is possible in the year and

suggested

a

remedy

too.

> (e) Further ATP Lagna had Mars in the 8th

in

retrogression

and

Moon

in

debiliation. Mars in 8th in moolatrikona isn't bad at all.

From

manifestation

AL of

(arudha self,

lagna,

i.e.

tangible

aspects of self, including status and image), Mars is in 6th and shows great success

and

overcoming

all

obstacles.

Natural malefics in 6th from AL give material

success.

Though Moon is in debility, he is with Venus in 3rd. Moon and Venus in 3rd in AL show good status and image during the year and good for financial gains. Venus is the 9th lord and Moon is in the 11th lord. Their conjunction in an upachaya from lagna and in AL is (was) in my judgment excellent for material status. > ATP Lagna had no benign aspect at all and

benefics

were

all

below

> the horizon. With such a disastrous ATP2005, >

could

predicted

positive

you

have

developments

one's

in

life?

Mars in 8th in 6th from AL, Moon and Venus in AL, conjunction of A9 and A10 (bhagya pada and rajya pada), aspected by

two

benefics

giving

a

raja

yoga

(Jupiter and Mercury) - all these made me think it was going to a good year.

Only

Sun's

eclipse

in

lagna

made

me

predict one misfortune. Moreover, if you see

D-10,

you'll

combinations

see

that

made

several me

nice

predict

to

this native a few months back that this lunar

year

would

start

with

a

good

opportunity. > Here you are speaking about the D-10 of

the

most

inauspicious

> ATP 2005. Have a close look at that ATP2005_D10:

Lagna

is

> between malefics, Saturn in 2nd and Mars

in

8th,

Ketu

in

6th.

> Lord of Lagna Budha is in 6th along with

debilitated

Moon

and

> malefics. With such a D10, you are deriving >

lord

First

the in

of

logic

5th

all,

will ATP

be

2005

that

10th

auspicious? is

not

"most

inauspicious". Secondly, Saturn is not in 2nd. I don't know what ayanamsa you use.

With

Lahiri

ayanamsa,

Saturn

is

with Venus in 3rd, giving an excellent

raja yoga. Moreover, the raja yoga is in 5th

from

AL

and

shows

recognition.

Out of the 4 planets in 6th, only Moon is

a

benefic.

Others

are

malefics.

Conjunction of malefics in 6th is good. All these are adding to the placement of 10th >

lord

5th

(in

7th

from

AL).

With your program, I had a look at

the

ATP2004-05

and

by

> all known canons of astrology, the ATP2004-05

is

more

auspicious

> than ATP2005-06 with which you have predicted >

your

Sir,

good. comments

this

is

not

What on

a

are

this

"fact",

fact? but

your

subjective judgment. In my judgment, ATP 2005-06 is a lot better than ATP 200405. Look at rasi of ATP 2004-05. Lagna has badhaka

lord

and

8th

lord

in

marana

karaka

sthana

eclipsed

by

in

it.

Ketu.

Lagna

lord

is

9th

lord

of

The

fortune, Jupiter, is in marana karaka sthana

in

3rd.

Ruler

of

the

year

is

Saturn, who is the 8th lord and is in marana

karaka

sthana

in

lagna.

Now look at the rasi chart of ATP 200506.

Though

lagna

is

afflicted,

lagna

lord and ruler of the year Mercury is in well-placed in 2nd and gives a raja yoga with Jupiter. AL has a nice combination. Look at D-10 of ATP 2004-05. The 4th house

of

happiness

has

8th

lord

Mer5cury. The 9th lord Moon is in marana karaka sthana in 8th. The 5th lored of recognition (comfort)

is Rahu

in is

8th. in

The

4th

marana

lord

karaka

sthana. I fail to see why you think it is

good.

In contrast, D-10 of ATP 2005-06 has lagna lord Mercury well-placed in 6th. The 10th lord is in 5th. The 5th lord

joins

9th

lord

in

the

5th

from

AL.

Based on all the canons of Jyotish t6hat *I* know and use, the year 2004-05 shows dissatisfaction,

unhappiness

and

frustration and the year 2005-06 shows fortune and good breaks. The year 2004 was indeed like that and the year 2005 started

very

nicely.

The native got a job offer in the week that I had predicted months in advance and he sold his house pretty quickly, in the 2 weeks that I predicted and to a friend as I predicted. To those who may be

interested

in

this

case

further,

another prediction I had made was that he would buy a new house in the town he moved to during Venus TA dasa (2005 Dec 16-2006 Feb 24). Whether this too comes true

or

not

remains

to

be

seen.

But

those interested can easily see why I made

that

prediction.

Use

D-4.

First, you said you had some "doubts".

Then you passed a judgment that I made "serious

errors"

and

passed

several

harsh and possibly hasty judgments. If you just want to disprove my approach, there is no point in arguing with you. I replied because throwing some additional light on how I was thinking when I made these judgments in real-time and made these predictions can be useful to those who want to learn from this example. May

Jupiter's

light

shine

on

us,

Narasimha Customised Composite Annual Chart Analysis/ Tithi Praveśa (Pravesha) Chakra Analysis The technique of the Tithi Praveśa (Pravesha) Chakra is especially useful in evaluating the course of a given year. Earlier when this technique from the esoteric traditions of East India had not been revealed to the people at large, people tried to travel deeper into the sub-divisions of the Vimśottarī Mahādaśā (Vimshottari Mahadasha) to try and develop a 'finer'

picture.

Needless to say this caused some strain as the increasingly finer sub-divisions of the periodicity

depend in direct proportion to their basic efficacy to the

accuracy

of

the

birth

time.

The other popular option was to resort to the Arabic Tājaka (Tajaka) taken from the Tājaka Nīlakaṅthī (Tajaka Neelakanthi), a hybrid text resulting from some sort of collaboration. With the Vars ṣa Tithi Praves ṣa Cakra (Varsha Tithi Pravesha Chakra), these issues are resolved and we can replicate the natal analyses in depth and scope so that a given year can be evaluated much as the life of the native is. It is like a life analysis compressed into the duration of the year. The horoscope is derived on the basis of the replication of the Jaṅma/ Janma Tithi in the transit chart when Ravi/ the Sun revisits the Jaṅma Sūrya/ Janma Surya Lagna. In other words the horoscope is cast for the moment when the exact Tithi or the angular distance between the Sun and the Moon is repeated as at birth when the Sun is in the natal Sun sign. The Tithi denotes the element of water/ Jala and therefore shows connection, social events, the flow of things, love, romance, marriage, feeling, wealth,

comforts and money. Therefore many of the nicer things in life can be quite accurately studied from this horoscope. The dynamic aspects of the horoscope are studied through the Mahādaśās/ Mahadashas in the Tithi As ṣtottarī Daśā (Tithi Ashtottari Dasha) scheme and ṣ the year is divided and studied through the various periodicities. Ketu being the overlord of the Daśā (Dasha) does not have a Daśā (Dasha) assigned in the

system.

Note: This work details the horoscopic evaluation for three years each for a couple subsequent to a prior evaluation. The Analysis thus results in a customised work where three successive years in the lives of a couple are evaluated through the Tithi Pravesh Chakra Analysis. This is especially useful once the initial work on the horoscope has been done through the device of the Detailed Chart Analysis or the Detailed Dual Analysis as in this

case.

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Namaskar. One had the chance to delve into the previous work done for your family. Specifically, the Detailed Dual Analysis that I had written for you and your husband contains some very crucial information in this regard. Regarding your husband, one could see two very dominant factors, one the Matri Shrapa/ the Curse of the Moon and the Pitri Rina/ the debt to the forefathers. In this light it is very heartening indeed that the remedial measures in the form of Shraddha have been performed as without Tarpan and such remedies, these life areas remain afflicted. I must reiterate the overriding and overwhelming importance of

the

remedial

measures

suggested

for

his

horoscope previously. The other dominant factor was the Sade-Sati running in the horoscope which still continues. I must reiterate the background importance of continually reciting the Sri Rudra Chamakam which

is the most profound remedial measures for this Gochar/ transit of Saturn. Once these natal afflictions are addressed, the positive features of the horoscope have

greater

play.

One has found frequently that the positive indications of annual horoscopy give immaculate results once the remedial measures for the birth horoscope and the Rashi Chakra are performed diligently. At the cost of repetition I am highlighting these facets so that there is no confusion at all about their importance. The technique of the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is very sophisticated and works very well in furnishing a picture as to the following distinct facets: (i) the overall nature of the Hindu year: whether the year is likely to demonstrate an overall favourable tenor or an adverse one; (ii) the most dominant themes for the year: this aspect tends to focus on the life areas that emerge in some prominence during the course of that year. This facet of the technique can help us in understanding the focus of the Karmic forces for the year so that we might align ourselves better with them; (iii) the vitality factor/ Prana can also be evaluated to judge the health situation at the outset. Quite apart from the outline factors enumerated

above, the horoscope is to be and shall be evaluated in detail much like the natal horoscope. The Varga Chakra and other areas will be investigated identically as in the natal horoscope. The Dasha applicable to the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is the Tithi Ashtottari Dasha. With this background information, let me start by looking at your husband’s Tithi Pravesha Chakra for the Hindu year 2008. I will combine some of the facets of the analysis for the three years with standout features from the natal horoscopic Analysis so that the fundamental traits of the Karma to be experienced are

rendered

explicit.

The Vedic New Year for Your husband in 2008 starts in late January. The Tithi Pravesha Chakra for 2008 is cast for the following data: (Omitted to protect the privacy

of

the

client)

The Lagna/Ascendant rising this year in the Rashi Chakra in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is Tula/ Libra which is neither a Trikona/ trine or Kendra/ quadrant from the natal Lagna in the Rashi Chakra which is Kanya/ Virgo. It is the 2nd House therefrom. So this year cannot be said to be either outright favourable or unfavourable. If the Lagna was in a Dusthana from

the natal Lagna in the Rashi Chakra, that is, in the 6th, 8th or the 12th Houses, then it may be said that the year carries an unfavourable tenor. But this is not the case. So, in view of the ongoing Sade-Sati, this may be said to be a middling year of a temperate nature. The next important determinant in annual horoscopy is the judgments of the various factors relating to the Hora Lord who is akin to the ruler of the year in Hindu annual horoscopy. The Hora Lord for the year 20082009 for Your husband is Saturn/ Shani. As Tula Lagna rises in the Rashi Chakra in this year’s Tithi Pravesha Chakra, Shani is the Yogakaraka planet for the Lagna and is capable for giving Rajayoga on its own. Given the fact that the overall nature of the year is not outright positive, Shani being the Hora Lord and Yogakaraka for the rising Lagna offsets much of the lack of outright benefit. This is a positive feature in the Rashi

Chakra

for

the

year.

Further, Shani is placed in the 11th Bhava from the Lagna as the 4th and 5th Lord of the chart and can help Your husband advance in order to fulfill his ambitions and desires. Shani is joined Ketu in the 11th Bhava from the Lagna which takes away somewhat

from the positive placement of Shani; this is a variant of Jara Yoga and he must refrain from succumbing to an all-suffering attitude as this may interfere with his annual prospects this year. One must point out though that this tendency of checked and curbed at the outset is not likely to prove to be much of an impediment as Shani and Ketu are naturally benefic planets and are considered well-placed in the Upachaya Bhavas denoting natural growth through Parakrama/ self-effort. The 11th Bhava from the Lagna

is

one

such

Bhava.

The overall indications as to health can be gleaned from the Vara lord. The Hindu weekday on which this year’s Vedic birthday falls is Ravivar/ Sunday and the Sun is the lord thereof. The sun is placed in the 4th Bhava and is Badhak for Tula Lagna. It may bring unexpected troubles to health but these are very unlikely to be serious. The sun in the 4th House carries the minimum Digbala/ directional strength and therefore, the risk lies in neglect. The symptoms of discomfort must not be neglected this year otherwise this can lead to both visits to hospitals as Budh/ Mercury joined the Sun in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna is the 12th Lord of nursing homes and

hospitals. Further, the 4th Bhava from the Lagna is also the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna and trading, stocks, mutual funds and personal health can be

sources

of

significant

expenditure.

In this regard I would like to reiterate that as pointed out in the Detailed Dual Analysis, the Curse of the Moon must be remedied otherwise speculation will lead to losses. This is what has come about also. Though I was informed, I think, that remedial measures for the Shrapa have been carried out, there was nothing intimated about actual performance of the remedial measures for the Matri Shrapa. You must attempt to perform these as if I recall correctly upon my revisiting the previous work done, the adverse Moola Dasha for Your husband indicating the fructification of the Shrapa is coming to an end and there is no reason at all why the remedial measures should not be done as they will bring unhindered and immediate

relief.

I am certain that you would also try hard to address the Sade-Sati and what remains of the 7 ½ years period of this life-altering Gochar/ transit of Shani through the recitation of the Sri Rudra Chamakam. Despite these ongoing challenges in the horoscope

and also despite the fact that the Hindu year has not promised to be outright positive, it is very clear that if the

remedial

measures

including

the

Ratna/

gemstones advised previously are adhered to, this year

also

has

significant

positives.

The Arudha Lagna in the Rashi Chakra this year, showing your husband’s manifest personality lies in the 5th House. The 5th House denotes children and new

beginnings.

The

manifest

image

can

be

associated with these life areas this year along with associated factors such as expression of intelligence, fame and attainment. The 5th House is lorded by Shani, the Hora Lord and shows the dominant themes for the year. Rahu is placed here in Kumbha/ Aquarius Rashi which it lords along with Shani. The placement of Rahu in the 5th Bhava can show some nonconformist moves this year. Rahu in the Arudha Lagna cautions against anything rash and mired in confusion so let him take important decisions only after careful deliberation. Chandra is the Karaka for all Arudha Padas and Rahu is opposed to the gentle luminary, therefore, even in its own sign, Rahu poses the danger of giving an unpleasant surprise in external, social, financial and manifest life. If the

unconventional energies of Rahu are channeled well then the year can bring in enormous bounty. In fact, if these placements occur in a year which is not conditioned by the Sade-Sati, it is certain to be one of financial

windfall.

The 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna shows the source of gains. Jupiter and Venus are placed in Dhanu/ Sagittarius in the 3rd Bhava from the Lagna, which is the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. Guru shows gains from consultancy and this is a strong facet as the planet is placed in Dhanu Rashi. This is the best year for your husband to begin the project you have mentioned. Guru is the Karaka for lengthy writing,

teaching,

wisdom

and

expression

of

something meaningful. Guru is placed very powerfully in Dhanu Rashi which is its Moolatrikona sign and the Graha feels as if it would be best served by following the work that it likes. The 3rd Bhava from the Lagna relates to self-expression and to writing in particular as it also shows working with the hands. Shukra placed with Guru adds to the aesthetics and finesse of the work contemplated. Both these planets in the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna sow the seeds for massive gains. There is Rashi Drishti/ sign aspect of

other Grahas to this 3rd Bhava from the Lagna which is also the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. Moon/ Chandra and Mars/ Mangal form the ShashiMangal Yoga in the 9th Bhava from the Lagna. This in itself is a great combination for significant wealth. As these planets are in Mithun/ Gemini Rashi, they aspect the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna with Rashi Drishti, adding to the source of gains. Thus real estate and public dealing also shape up as avenues for gains. I cannot stress the performance of remedial measures previously communicated to you strongly enough in the light of these promising combinations. Before I dwell more on these positive combinations from the view point of financial gains, I must pause in the light of some of your specific concerns about your husband. Both the Shashi-Mangal Narayan Dasha Shukra-Chandra Yoga also go by the name of Rudra Yoga. Both of these are adverse for health and specifically cause disturbances in blood pressure. Apart from that Guru governs the blood sugar and it is Shukra who causes imbalances in the ability to handle the blood sugar. Thus diabetes is usually precipitated in the Vimshottari Dasha of Shukra in the radix. Shukra opposes the effective handling of blood

sugar because it is naturally inimical to Guru. The Rogapada/ A6 is the manifest expression of illness. The Shashi-Mangal Yoga in the 9th Bhava from the Lagna is conjoined the Shatrupada/ A6 in the 9th House. Symptomatic appearance of both the conditions you have mentioned can happen this year. Guru though in its own sign is placed in the 3rd Bhava which is its Marana Karaka Sthana placement: it is quite uncomfortable there. The Yoga of Guru and Shukra

aspects

the

A6

with

Rashi

Drishti.

There is Gajakesari Yoga formed by the excellent mutual aspect of Guru and Chandra. This can make the year very positive even given the limitations stated at

the

outset.

The year is adverse for the mother as seen from the Rashi Chakra for this instant Tithi Pravesha Chakra. The Karaka Bhava for the mother is the 4th house. The Badhak Surya is placed there with the 12th Lord Mercury. Reckoned from the 4th Bhava as Lagna, Sun is the 8th Lord and Budh is the 6th Lord. This does not bode well for her as seen from Your husband’s chart. Chandra is the Karaka for the mother. It shows Your husband’s mental experience of the mother this year. Chandra is joined Mars and is

aspected by Venus, which forms two Rudra Yogas making this an extremely tough year for her health. Ordinarily, the aspect of Guru could have salvaged the situation but Guru is in Marana Karaka Sthana and hardly able to better the situation. The manifest expression of this facet can be seen from the Arudha Pada of the 4th House, the A4. This is placed in the 6th Bhava from the Lagna and in the 2nd Bhava from the Arudha Lagna, aspected by Rahu by Graha Drishti/ planetary sight. The lord of the Arudha Pada is Guru placed in Marana Karaka Sthana. All indications seem to point at a worsening of the situation with regard

to

the

mother.

Unless he remedies the factors I have stated speculation and investment even in mutual funds is unlikely to be productive. Especially this Hindu year, this area should not be ventured into as he will most likely lose the money: the reason I have stated before. Budh the Karaka is in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. However, hospitality and investment in real estate are also good areas to think about, as is the hotel/ motel business as Shukra, Mangal, Chandra and Guru are all involved with the source of gains in the Rashi Chakra this year. For more specific details

regarding career choices for the year, let us look at the

Dashamsha

Chakra

for

the

year.

The Hora Lord Shani is placed in the 10th Bhava in the Dashamsha Chakra showing significant events relating to career. Shani in the 10th House is otherwise not welcome as it can threaten a sudden rise and fall. It is joined Venus, the 3rd and 8th Lord. Shukra is a bad planet for this Dashamsha Chakra. The Dashamsha Chakra reveals that your husband must avoid adventure the professional ventures at all costs this year and take extremely conservative and well-thought out steps no matter how inhibited they might seem. This ties in well with the pressures of the Sade-Sati. The 5th Lord Moon is placed in the 8th House in Marana Karaka Sthana showing that emotional and radical new beginnings are earmarked for failure and disappointment. The Lagna Lord Guru is placed in the 2nd House of motivation and future. It is Jupiter he must rely on this year as in the Rashi Chakra this planet promises gains. Rahu is in the Lagna as the 12th Lord and Ketu is in the 7th Bhava as the 9th Lord. I would not recommend partnership this year as the person would be bossy and might want

to

take

a

leadership

role.

The best option appears to be research based work such as writing. Anxiety and impatience must be avoided as this Dashamsha Chakra warns against any sudden moves in the career. Regarding his writing and book he will be best advised to include distant and foreign sources, publishers and others who might be involved with his work. The placement of Rahu, Saturn and Venus points to that. If the Dashamsha Chakra was more supportive, then the Rashi Chakra was showing heavy quantum of gains. In this sense, this year is more about laying foundations. The Tithi Ashtottari Dasha applicable to the chart is given below for a view of the timelines operating in the

Tithi

Pravesha

Chakra.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially in

Tithi

Pravesha

Maha

charts): Dashas:

Ven:

2008-01-15

-

2008-03-30

Sun:

2008-03-30

-

2008-04-20

Moon:

2008-04-20

-

2008-06-12

Mars:

2008-06-12

-

2008-07-10

Merc:

2008-07-10

-

2008-09-09

-

2008-10-15

Sat:

2008-09-09

Jup:

2008-10-15

-

2008-12-20

Rah:

2008-12-20

-

2009-02-02

Ven:

2009-02-02

-

2009-04-18

The year starts off with the Dasha of Venus which will tend to give the results of Guru due to Yuti. The theme of gains and overall optimism and width will come but Jupiter will give adverse events related to mother, being the lord of A4 in Marana Karaka Sthana. In the Dashamsha Chakra, Shukra Dasha will give the results of the Hora Lord Shani and your spouse may take some important career decision. Let him do so with the caution I have recommended hereinabove. The next period of the Sun is likely to lead to expenditure as the planets are placed in the 12th from the Arudha Lagna. The period may also bring some unforeseen troubles. Your husband may want to work for

someone

in

this

period.

The next two Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Moon and Mars run the risk of precipitating the health related issues that I have written about previously but will also likely bring mass exposure and interaction with sources of gains. The Guru-Mangal Yoga will prompt the spouse to make strong plans for the year with greater clarity and forthrightness. He should be especially careful to

not attempt any Greenfield project at this time because new projects undertaken in the Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of the Moon shown by the 5th House lordship of Moon are susceptible to damage and loss, shown by the 8th Bhava placement of Chandra. The only exception is research which is a signification of the 8th Bhava. The placement of Venus, the 8th Lord, in the 10th House also suggests this and only this. Budh Tithi Ashtottari Dasha will precipitate heavy expenditure as it is placed in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha

Lagna.

Foreign

lands

and

learning,

communication and the like could become dominant themes during such a phase. The next Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Shani will be the most crucial and important phase of the year as this will be the Dasha of the Hora Lord, placed in the 11th Bhava from the Lagna and in the 7th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. He would try and emerge out of the shell of the past few years imposed by the Gochar of Shani and may feel susceptible in some manner. Otherwise Shani is well placed and will give a very realistic idea as to what needs to be surmounted in order for life to fully fructify. Mercury Mahadasha prior to Shani will also give some intermittent and independent work of a

contractual sort. Shani Mahadasha as that of the Hora Lord will give some important events pertaining to the career and this will likely involve foreigners and foreign lands. Shani is also the 12th Lord of the Dashamsha

Chakra.

Guru Tithi Ashtottari Dasha is likely to be extremely good as the planet is placed in the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna and also in the 2nd Bhava of the Dashamsha Chakra as the Lagna Lord. Financially the period will be very promising and motivation and specific direction in the career will emerge. The future patterns and directions in working life will emerge in this Dasha. Consultancy and writing etc will reveal their true import in this period. Rahu is in the 5th Bhava in the Arudha Lagna and shows some unconventional out-of-the-box thinking at the social and manifest level. As suggested, he ought to guard against moves that may cause anxiety at the overt and

visible

level.

The next Hindu year starts on (data omitted for reasons of privacy). The first factor to be noticed for the year is that the Lagna rising is Dhanu/ Sagittarius which is the 4th Bhava/ quadrant/ Kendra from the natal Lagna in the Rashi Chakra, Kanya/ Virgo. This

indicates that the overall tenor of the year is positive. This basically means that if we take the Hindu year to be an independent entity then it promises to favour us. The more specific factors must be examined from the Yogas obtaining in the horoscope for the year. The Hora Lord/ the ruler of the year is again Shani and it is retrograde, placed in the Bhagya Sthana in the 9th Bhava from the Lagna. This placement of Shani is not entirely welcome as it interferes with luck and fructification of destined positives. Again Shani happens to be in the 7th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. The 7th from the Arudha Lagna is the Dwara through which the Jatak emerges into the world and the placement of Vakra Shani here shows that your husband still has to wait for plans to fully fructify. You must note at this stage that if the Karmic Dashas as judged in the natal horoscope show that adverse Karma is basically over and the positive time has started and still one runs into a heavy and problematic Tithi Pravesha Chakra, the in the ultimate analysis what shall happen is that the better features from the radix

will

not

fructify

fully

in

that

year.

Conversely, if the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is excellent and there are some issues to iron out in the radix then

the native shall feel that his troubles have been mitigated to a considerable extent. If, however, both the radix and the Tithi Pravesha Chakra show undiluted positives then the native can reap a rich harvest due to the auspicious confluence of Jyotish factors. There are five planets in the 2nd Bhava from the Lagna with Guru Neecha and Surya in Parivartana with Shani. These are not very good factors at all. Further, all these planets are in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna showing losses and expenses. Guru gets Neechabhanga/ cancellation of its debility due to exalted Mars but specifically real estate consultancy must be completely avoided this year as it may make a very heavy dent in the finances. Mangal exalted will show extreme expenses on commercial property. The planets are joined the A6 and continue to show challenges to the health and some

other

issues

to

iron

out.

Stocks, mutual funds and the like should be avoided this year but if he is able to make beginnings in the hotel/ motel business in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra for 2008, then this will be an extremely rewarding avenue. The reason is that Shukra, the Karaka for this

business, is exalted in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna and in the 2nd Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. This planet can bring in immense gains for the year because it also aspects the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna, which happens to be the Lagna itself in the Rashi Chakra. His own resources, effort and intelligence will bring the fruits in this business and for that reason it will be very rewarding. He should limit himself to this professional avenue for the year as anything else will be prone to extreme losses and expenses as seen from the Rashi Chakra. The other details can be had from the Dashamsha Chakra. His mind is likely to be very troubled through the year since the Naisargika Karaka for psychology, the Moon, is placed in the 8th Bhava in Grahan Yoga with Ketu. The 8th Bhava is Marana Karaka Sthana placement for Moon and the only saving grace is that the Graha is placed in its own sign. The worst experiences of the emotional mind are avoided due to this. The Gajakesari Yoga persists this year as well but the fullest benefits do not come, just as in the preceding year. In the preceding year, Guru was in the 3rd Bhava in the Marana Karaka Sthana while this year it is debilitated in Guru Chandala Yoga with Rahu

and also in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. The Dashamsha Chakra reveals that this year he can think of partnership as the same would be on a more equal footing. Independent enterprise would be rewarding. Writing and communication can be positive as Budh is exalted in the 7th Bhava from the Lagna. The 5th Lord Moon in the Lagna shows new beginnings. The foreign influence continues this year and this is intriguing as your family is already settled abroad. The Lagna Lord is debilitated and placed with Rahu in Guru Chandala Yoga. Debility in Varga Chakra related to finances and work is not bad and can bring new openings. This can specifically be in writing. Shani is also debilitated in the 2nd House but retrograde showing that this is a year of serious effort towards securing a more reliable future work profile. Your husband will show a more independent streak in work due to Mangal placed in the 9th Bhava in the Arudha Lagna in the Dashamsha Chakra this year. The Tithi Ashtottari Dashas for the year are given below: Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially in Maha

Tithi

Pravesha

charts): Dashas:

Ven:

2009-02-03

-

2009-04-12

Sun:

2009-04-12

-

2009-05-02

Moon:

2009-05-02

-

2009-06-20

Mars:

2009-06-20

-

2009-07-17

Merc:

2009-07-17

-

2009-09-10

Sat:

2009-09-10

-

2009-10-13

Jup:

2009-10-13

-

2009-12-14

Rah:

2009-12-14

-

2010-01-23

Ven:

2010-01-23

-

2010-04-01

The Shukra Mahadasha is the best for starting the year because it is the single best placed planet in the Rashi Chakra. It is exalted and placed in the 2nd from the Arudha Lagna: it will sustain and feed the external image in society and in financial and working life. It is also likely to bring valuable realisations regarding aesthetics and such other inputs which may prove to be important from the viewpoint of the business he is contemplating. The following Sun Tithi Ashtottari Dasha

will

bring

sporadic

work

opportunity

interspersed with short breaks as the 6th Lord Sun is in the 3rd Bhava in the Dashamsha Chakra. At the mainly physical level, the Graha is part of the cluster in the 12th from the Arudha Lagna so not much might be

expected

of

it.

The Moon Tithi Ashtottari Dasha, though afflicted in the Rashi Chakra and likely to bring intense emotional experiences and some unrest, is well placed in the Dashamsha Chakra and could open fresh avenues in work as this planet is the 5th Lord placed in the Lagna. Mars Tithi Ashtottari Dasha which follows can be impressive if Your husband does not succumb to a burst of misplaced drive and aggression: Mars is exalted in the Rashi Chakra. In the work arena it can give independent thoughts of how to proceed. This period may also be one of the most important through the year as it will define the working image for the year. Mercury Tithi Ashtottari Dasha will be excellent for communication and writing in the work sphere but it is yet again in the 12th from the Arudha Lagna in the Rashi Chakra, therefore investments in the stock market or in mutual funds is not recommended during this period. Independent work and meeting very suave potential partners in work could be a feature of this

phase.

The Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of the Hora Lord Shani will be the most crucial period for the year and because it will first bring a sense of being locked in and not being

able to bring out of the grip of circumstances due to its placement in the 9th Bhava from the Lagna, Your husband will try hard to open the Dwara/ doorway to the image and emerge in his own right. This will take serious effort and it will be in this period he will try and make this effort. Shani is debilitated in the 2nd House in the Dashamsha Chakra and shows motivational factors regarding the future of his work. He will strive out of concern for the future of his work, seen from the 2nd House from the Lagna because it happens to be the 5th House (future) from the 10th Bhava of Karma. Both Guru and Rahu Tithi Ashtottari Dashas that follow will try and continue the theme of effort as Guru is the Neecha Lagna Lord placed in the 11th Bhava of gains, income, opening up and extroversion: as indicated, planets in debility in the Dashamsha Chakra

are

as

good

as

exalted

ones.

The chart for the Hindu year for 2010 is cast for the following data: (data omitted for privacy reasons). Even though one wishes fervently that easier Karmic patterns visit you and your family at the earliest, there is no getting around communicating the fact that testing times do not appear to be entirely over for Your husband. The Lagna rising for the year is Simha/

Leo which is the 12th Bhava from the natal Kanya Lagna. The 12th Bhava is considered a Dusthana/ evil Bhava and therefore, the year must be deemed to be less than favourable. The astonishing thing is that Shani is the Hora Lord for the third straight year in a row

and

this

is

a

very

surprising

feature.

The Hora Lord is a functional malefic for Simha Lagna and is placed in the 2nd Bhava from the Lagna. The Lagna is in a Papa-Kartari Yoga formed by Shani in the 2nd Bhava and Mangal in the 12th Bhava. Your husband may feel trapped between the realities of dependant family and expenses. Shani in the 2nd Bhava cautions against bad speech and junk food. He must avoid stimulants through the year. The thing about Mangal for Simha Lagna is that it is a Yogakaraka planet and can give Rajayoga on its own without

the

help

of

any

other

Graha.

There is a specific rule about Yogakaraka planets. Mangal is Neecha in the 12th Bhava from the Lagna in Karka/ Cancer Rashi. This can give a powerful Rajayoga. The best thing is that it is not conjoined any other Graha else the significations of that conjoined planet would have been destroyed. This is not the case here. In its Tithi Ashtottari Dasha Mangal can

give great material benefits despite the ordinary overall nature of the year for your husband. The year shows marked improvement in health as the Vedic weekday on which the year commences is Guruvar/ Thursday. Guru is almost exalted in Kumbha Rashi and aspects the Lagna. It will protect the health. The Moon is again afflicted in the Rahu-Ketu axis but it is placed in the Arudha Lagna. He may tend to be slightly more sociable this year but must avoid mistakes as Ketu in the Arudha Lagna threatens the same. Guru shows the most dominant source of gains as it aspects the 11th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna with Rashi Drishti. It does appear that Jupiter has been providing the saving grace through the preceding years and it would be advisable for Your husband to work with the opportunities relating to consultancy and writing apart from the avenues in hospitality which also appeared positive in the first annual horoscope

that

we

worked

with.

Once again the foreign angle and the unhindered flights of the mind appear dominant as Guru is in Parivartana/ exchange Yoga with Neecha Rahu in Dhanu Rashi in the 5th Bhava in the 7th Bhava from

the Arudha Lagna. Due to this exchange the spouse has a realistic chance of emerging into the world on his terms this year because Jupiter will aid this effort. This year learning, reading and broadening his horizons will be very important for him as the Lagna Lord showing applied intelligence is in the 6th Bhava of growth through effort and is conjoined the 3rd lord Shukra. This forms Dhimantah Yoga which is indicative of notable intelligence and this shall be visible

through

the

year.

Despite the fact that the Lagna rising is in the 12th Bhava from the natal Lagna, this year would prove to be full of opportunity which is evident from a look at the Dashamsha Chakra. Ketu the 10th Lord is placed in the Lagna forming Simhasana Yoga: there is a real chance of attainment this year. Please have him perform the remedial measures by this stage fully and without

exceptions.

Once again own work and independent enterprise appears to be the dominant work theme. It is very interesting that nowhere through this extensive study of three years has the 6th House of service in the Dashamsha Chakra been stronger than the 7th Bhava of partnership, business and independent work. There

are three Grahas in the 7th Bhava including Mangal and Shani: this shows some prospects of working with real estate through the year and given the Rajayoga formed by the Yogakaraka Mangal, Neecha in the Rashi Chakra in the 12th House there is a strong chance of heavy financial gains through land and commercial property and dealing in such areas this year. Venus is the Yogakaraka in the Dashamsha Chakra for the year and is exalted in the 2nd Bhava from the Lagna. Whatever he wants to accomplish in hotels, motels, aesthetics and hospitality will come easily and with success and these areas will motivate him strongly through the year. Given the great strength of Venus I would recommend pursuing all these avenues without fear. Now, this is a very fine look at the Karmic trends through the three years for the spouse and you must combine this with the findings in the radix and how the days unfold in the three years. This would require frequent reference to this paper from time to time and also to the Mahadasha dates given hereinabove

and

below

as

well.

The Tithi Ashtottari Dasha for the year is given below: Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially

in

Tithi

Pravesha

Maha

charts): Dashas:

Ven:

2010-01-23

-

2010-04-01

Sun:

2010-04-01

-

2010-04-22

Moon:

2010-04-22

-

2010-06-10

Mars:

2010-06-10

-

2010-07-06

Merc:

2010-07-06

-

2010-08-31

Sat:

2010-08-31

-

2010-10-02

Jup:

2010-10-02

-

2010-12-03

Rah:

2010-12-03

-

2011-01-12

Ven:

2011-01-12

-

2011-03-22

Venus Mahadasha again triggers the Hindu year and since the Graha is joined the Lagna Lord in the 6th Bhava from the Lagna it shows heavy thinking and other characteristics of the Dhimantah Yoga. Crucially, in the Dashamsha Chakra, the planet is exalted in the 2nd Bhava from the Lagna and can show future guidance and plans taking shape especially in the domains ruled by the planet such as cultural settings and the hospitality sector. It is also the 10th Lord of the Rashi Chakra and is quite likely to give important events pertaining to professional matters in its Tithi Ashtottari Dasha. The next Dasha of the Sun, while good for intellectual pursuits will show a scarcity of

resources in the realm of work as the planet is placed in Marana Karaka Sthana in the 12th Bhava in Dashamsha Chakra and since it is Karaka of that Varga Chakra, caution would be well advised in career

matters

during

such

a

phase.

The Moon Tithi Ashtottari Dasha is much like the Sun in work related matters as the two are conjoined in the Dashamsha Chakra in the 12th Bhava. In the Rashi Chakra, of course, the Graha is placed in the Arudha Lagna but is joined Ketu and the social interaction is likely to be curtailed by the possibility of mistakes in action. He can look forward to the next Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Mars as being one of the phases for the year since the Graha is Yogakaraka for the Lagna and is debilitated in the 12th House giving Rajayoga. Even in the Dashamsha Chakra, it is placed in the 7th House of own work and is likely to be a fine period to strive in the

area

of

real

estate

etc.

The Budh Mahadasha can give new openings in the realm of career but is afflicted by Rahu in the 5th House in the Rashi Chakra, so lack of clarity should be guarded against. The Mahadasha of the Hora Lord can give painstaking advances in the career as it is

joined the Rajyapada/ A10 in the Rashi Chakra but in the Dashamsha Chakra it is well-placed so the avenues opened by the Mangal Dasha can be continued

during

this

phase.

Guru Mahadasha will support the external life as it is placed in the 9th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna but these effects will be felt more in the succeeding Rahu Mahadasha due to the exchange between the two Grahas. It is quite evident that the road is not completely clear for Your husband just yet and the benefits of the better phase shall take some time in registering as the Tithi Pravesha Chakra for the three years are fairly ordinary. Having said that, with the Sade-Sati abating, relief will be discernible and in order to maximize the positives, at the risk of repeating myself many times over, I must again remind you that the remedies must be performed. The Hindu year for 2008 starts for you on (data omitted

for

reasons

of

privacy).

Just as with the Tithi Pravesha Chakra of the spouse, we must first evaluate whether the rising sign in the Lagna in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is well placed from the Lagna in the Rashi Chakra in the radix. The Lagna rising in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is Makar

which is the 4th Bhava from your natal Tula Lagna. This

promises

an

overall

favourable

year.

The Hora Lord is Venus and this planet is placed in the 7th Bhava with the Sun and Ketu. The 7th Bhava relates to marriage and shows a focus on marriage this year. Shukra is also the 5th and 10th Lord of the chart and also shows some developments in the expression of intelligence seen from the 5th Bhava and also skills in work seen from the lordship of the 10th

Bhava.

This is a sensitive year for the marriage though as the 8th Bhava showing the source of the Mangalsutra is occupied by both Mangal and Shani. These planets also aspect the 2nd Bhava from the Upapada Lagna showing the issues facing the marriage. You must be aware

of

these

facets

and

conduct

yourself

accordingly. These things are easier said than done but since you know the finer details about the annual experience based on the Tithi Pravesha Chakra in your husband’s horoscope, maybe this can turn out to be

slightly

easier.

The fact that Shukra lords the 2nd from the Upapada Lagna and is joined two malefics, the Sun and Ketu makes these issues notable. Of course we have

already examined this factor from the natal chart so all that is needed is to minimize the disquiet that may result

from

trials

and

stresses

in

daily

life.

I am stating this because even otherwise the 8th Lord Sun is in the 7th Bhava and the Naisargika Karaka for marriage is cursed. The 7th Lord showing the spouse is also joined Rahu and aspected by the Sun in the Lagna pointing at some emotional upheavals due to the

experience

in

the

marital

realm.

Mangal and Shani in the 6th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna in the Rashi Chakra for the year promise excellent prospects and drive in the social, financial and material realm. You would be in the mood to ruthlessly overpower all challenges in work. Mangal and Shani in such a location bring Kshatriya attributes of fearlessness and there may be an element of fixity of

purpose

These

and

indications

ambition are

also

through

the

confirmed

year. by

the

placement of Guru in Dhanu Rashi. However, this planet is retrograde and indicates three times Cheshta Bala or the desire to put in effort in order to succeed. The energy with such a planet is kingly in scope and you are likely to work tirelessly and with incredible energy towards your professional goals.

Guru is the lord of the Arudha Lagna and placed in the 10th Bhava therefrom in Simhasana Yoga. Through sustained and directed effort you are likely to attain a position of prominence in work and the pressures that you may have been facing after the change you have made at your place of work is largely a product of the Kantak Shani operating. You have been advised Upaya to deal with the same and once you do that the Rashi Chakra this year is capable of delivering very good things in the career. Recognition of merit will also not pose a problem though to attain this it will take some doing. The Mantra Pada/ A5 is placed in the 7th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna showing that this recognition will open the Dwara for you this year and the recognition of your working abilities will properly allow you to emerge as a professional in the new field. There is no Graha in the A5 but the lord Mercury is powerfully placed in Mithun Rashi showing computers and software writing and the A5 is aspected both by a strong Budh and a strong Guru, assuring good returns in

this

direction.

The Dashamsha Chakra likewise shows good things. The 6th Bhava is the house of service and has an

exalted and Vakra Guru joined Venus therein. Guru is akin to debility and being the 2nd Lord shows that this year you would form the foundational framework for future growth. It does appear that you have made the perfect career move and if the progress is slow then it is only because of the Kantak Shani operating. Guru shows immense work load and effort and Shukra also makes it clear that a corporate environment and management strategies form the fulcrum of the work profile. Consulter, the Dashamsha Chakra for the year is very conclusive because Shukra and Chandra are in Parivartana/ exchange in the Dashamsha Chakra showing the product (Moon) management (Shukra) will sow the seeds for independence in the work profile due to this choice being made. I say this because Chandra is placed in the 9th Bhava of independence and the boss. It could also mean very fortunate and career-furthering interaction with your superiors in work. The effects of Gajakesari Yoga resulting in fame and excellence in work shall also come

about

due

to

this.

Your other work with children etc is fully supported by the Karma shown in the Dashamsha Chakra as Guru

is the Karaka for children and has a powerful Yoga with Shukra and Chandra. Guru is also the 11th Lord of gains and you can take it that all this facets will finally lead to financial gains as well. These gains are also supported by the Yoga between Shukra and Chandra which always leads to heavy money income and is very welcome in Varga Chakra that deal with Artha

or

matters

of

finance

and

material.

Rahu is the Lagna Lord and is powerfully placed in the 4th Bhava: it may lead to slightly erratic and long working hours but the same would be conducive to growth. This is also supported by the fact that Mangal is exalted and forms Guru-Mangal Yoga. The only think to check would be that if you feel something is not being done right do not compromise your position because it offends you. If it is possible for you to take a mellow view of the same, then do so as it will diffuse some aggressive interruptions in the excellent work situation

for

the

year.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially in

Tithi

Pravesha

Maha Sun: Moon:

charts): Dasas:

2008-07-12 2008-08-02

-

2008-08-02

-

2008-09-25

Mars:

2008-09-25

-

2008-10-23

Merc:

2008-10-23

-

2008-12-23

Sat:

2008-12-23

-

2009-01-28

Jup:

2009-01-28

-

2009-04-05

Rah:

2009-04-05

-

2009-05-18

Ven:

2009-05-18

-

2009-07-31

Sun:

2009-07-31

-

2009-08-21

The Sun is likely to be a malefic period because it is the 8th Lord placed in the 7th Bhava and may stress the marriage. The Moon Tithi Ashtottari Dasha though likely to persist with the emotional issues and maybe intensify them would be quite good for the career and you would be able to forge ahead. The independence and happy working relationship with the bosses and superiors would come about fairly early in the year. In fact, this Dasha could be said to be formative of the working

image

for

the

rest

of

the

year.

The Mangal, Budh and Shani Dashas are all good for matters

material

and

for

professional

growth.

Especially the Mangal and Shani Dashas are very fruitful due to their good placement from the Arudha Lagna in the Rashi Chakra. They will help you in driving forward and forging ahead with your plans. However, the Mangal and Shani Dashas are adverse

for marital matters as they are badly placed in the Mangalya Bhava showing a lot of domestic issues and

tensions.

Guru Mahadasha in the Tithi Ashtottari Dasha scheme will be the best for the year as it is the lord of the Arudha Lagna placed in the 10th Bhava therefrom and it is also well-placed in the 6th Bhava from the Lagna in the Dashamsha Chakra showing very potent work and service profile for the year. The results attributed to the work and job in the preceding paragraphs will accrue in this Mahadasha of Guru. Rahu Tithi Ashtottari Dasha is not good for the personal front as it will precipitate much of the anxiety and delusion that is likely to come in the Chandra Tithi Ashtottari Dasha referred to above but on the professional front apart from the erratic working hours it would be a good period as the Lagna Lord is placed in Vrishabh Rashi in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna. The Venus Dasha would be that of the Hora Lord and would show the most important events for the year. You must be cautious regarding the experience from love and marriage while the working life shall continue to prosper due to the fortunate exchange between Shukra and Chandra: this appears to be a very

positive and heartening year for the profession. True Copy of the Hindu Year, cast for the following data

(omitted

for

reasons

of

privacy).

This year, the Lagna rising is Tula/ Libra itself, showing a favourable year again. This is the same as the Lagna in the Rashi Chakra in the radix and shows positive forces emanating from the Hindu New Year. The Hora Lord is Guru who is the ruler or the king of the year and this planet is placed in debility in Makar Rashi: this detracts from the overall positive nature of the Hindu year. Further, the planet is in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna and joined Rahu in Guru Chandala Yoga. This really weakens the chart and the Hora Lord. Even otherwise, Guru is a functionally malefic Graha for Tula rising and this too takes away from the benefits of this rising sign for the year. The Lagna Lord Shukra is placed in the 9th Bhava is a friendly Rashi In Mithun and this is a good Rajayoga of application of intelligence and decision making to benefit one’s own self in a Dharmic and wellconsidered way. Mangal just as the previous year is placed in the 8th Bhava stressing the marriage somewhat due to arguments and fights and it is also

the 7th Lord of the Rashi Chakra in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra. Thus, the cautionary stroke struck in this direction for the past year must be continued to some extent through this year as well. The Guru Chandala Yoga and the presence of Moon with the combination can again lead to some serious emotional unrest and psychological difficulties especially as these Yogas occur in the Sukha Bhava of the chart showing meddling and interference with the happiness and sating factor. The Rashi Drishti of Budh and Mangal to the 7th Bhava of intimacy might make for an element of indifference and neglect in domestic harmony. These indications are corroborated and confirmed by the mutually 6-8 position of the Arudha Lagna and the Upapada Lagna in the chart as too the affliction of the Upapada Lagna by the Yuti of Surya and Ketu while the 2nd Bhava from the Upapada Lagna shows the presence of Budh and Shani aspected by the terrible Guru Chandala Yoga. You must guard against coldness and absence of interest in the other facets of the marriage for the year as they can bring friction into life. The Hora Lord is excellently placed in the Dashamsha Chakra in the Lagna showing independent growth in

the profession and a lot of optimism and wisdom manifesting in official decisions taken by you. The 6th House of job and service is again stronger than the 7th Bhava of independent enterprise as Budh the Karaka for computers and software is placed there. It specifically indicates software writing and codes. In Vrishchik/ Scorpio you would do well to involve yourself with research aspects of work or those that involve depth and study; of course one is not advocating a return to development but you would probably know how best to apply this information to your

work.

Budh is also the Lagna Lord for the Dashamsha Chakra in this Tithi Pravesha Chakra and shows complete immersion of the self in work. It is also the 4th Lord and working hours would depend on you and how you chose to pace yourself. The 5th Lord Venus is placed in the 5th Bhava with Rahu, the 9th Lord and these are excellent indications for exploring fresh avenues and new frontiers in work. The debility of Shani is also good for finances in the 11th Bhava from the

Lagna.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially in

Tithi

Pravesha

charts):

Maha Sun:

Dashas: 2009-07-31

-

2009-08-20

Moon:

2009-08-20

-

2009-10-09

Mars:

2009-10-09

-

2009-11-04

Merc:

2009-11-04

-

2009-12-30

Sat:

2009-12-30

-

2010-02-01

Jup:

2010-02-01

-

2010-04-04

Rah:

2010-04-04

-

2010-05-14

Ven:

2010-05-14

-

2010-07-21

Sun:

2010-07-21

-

2010-08-10

The Sun Tithi Ashtottari Dasha is positive for accentuating the skill structure in overall work and also for an intellectually fuelled drive to participate through

the

year.

Moon Mahadasha is bad for the mind and emotional peace due to its involvement with Guru Chandala Yoga in the 4th House and due to its gross affliction in the Rahu-Ketu axis. In the Dashamsha Chakra it brings fulfillment of desires only after a detached submission

to

work.

Mangal Mahadasha stresses personal relations and marriage and due to these issues you may have to take a short break from work or even disassociated from the personal front, work may register a minor

hiatus through the operation of this Mahadasha. All of Budh, Shani and Guru Dashas are positive for work and though Guru is the Hora Lord, I must say that at the physical level of the Rashi Chakra this year, its bad affliction in the 12th Bhava from the Arudha Lagna shows a very stressful time. Do be careful regarding children and expenses and the consequent loss to mental peace as this happens in the Sukha Bhava. Both Rahu and Venus Tithi Ashtottari Dasha are unambiguously positive for the work but the Rahu Mahadasha will be poor for happiness due to the formation

of

the

Guru

Chandala

Yoga.

True Copy of the Tithi Pravesha Chakra cast for the following data: (omitted for reasons of privacy). The Lagna rising in the Rashi Chakra for the Tithi Pravesha Chakra is again Tula/ Libra showing that the intent of the Hindu year as an entity is to favour and can be considered positive. The rest shall depend on the Hora Lord and the individual Graha placements for the year in the horoscope. The Hora Lord Shani is the Yogakaraka for Tula Lagna and as this Yoga happened with another Graha for one of the Tithi Pravesha Chakra for Your husband, so too the

Yogakaraka Hora Lord Shani is placed in the 12th Bhava of the chart giving a profound Rajayoga. There is a rule that a malefic Yogakaraka gives Rajayoga in the 12th Bhava from the Lagna or another Dusthana/ evil Bhava therefrom. The bad thing is that Mangal is joined this planet and the natural significations of this latter planet are stressed in some way; the Naisargika Karakattwa of Mangal is siblings. If I recall correctly I have spoken to one of your brothers over the phone. So the sibling (s) ought to be careful in matters that could be identified based on their own charts. The Lagna Lord Shukra is well placed with the 9th Lord Budh in the 11th Bhava of fulfillment of desires. This is also a straight forward Rajayoga as a Kendra lord is joined a Trikona lord: this also goes by the name of Lakshmi-Narayan Yoga and shows a fortunate union of effort shown by Kendra lordship and divine blessings shown by the 9th Bhava lordship of Budh. However, the theme of aggression that had been running in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra for the past two years is absent in this final year of analysis. In fact this shows itself to be a year of changes and inner transformation as the two benefic planets Shukra and Budh are joined the A8/

Ashtama Pada in the 3rd Bhava from the Arudha Lagna. The transformation will not be severe in nature but will accompany a gentle manifestation is society rather than the undiluted ambition and drive that your charts usually exhibit. Ketu debilitated in the Arudha Lagna also shows an introverted and spiritual or reflective image through the year in the eyes of those who know you: you yourself, friends, family and acquaintances. Despite the gentleness, the very Grahas causing inner transformation also show themselves to be the main sources of gains. Budh shows software and those connected with computers while Shukra show the

private

sector.

This is a much better year for the marriage and there is focus on the relationship and romance shown by Shukra in the 7th Bhava in the Navamsha Chakra. In the Rashi Chakra, the Upapada Lagna is well fortified and the 2nd Bhava from the Arudha Lagna is occupied by great benefics sealing the marital bond strongly. Hardware and mathematics and computation become string factors in the Dashamsha Chakra shown by the placement of Ketu in the 6th Bhava of job and service reckoned from the Lagna. This is the

3rd straight year in which the 6th Bhava of service is stronger than the 7th Bhava of independent practice and

business.

Contractual nature of work is indicated or work spaced by short breaks as the 6th co-lord Mars is placed with the Sun in the Lagna. Venus gives a fresh line of work and a new break in the best possible way since it is the 5th Lord exalted in the 10th Bhava of attainment, growth and excellence in work. Maybe product management will yield its richest harvest through the year or it would be the positive influence of

Venus

in

some

way.

The exaltation of Budh in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna shows excellent working hours to your liking where optimum output accrues. Health would be good through the year as the Vara lord Moon has Digbal in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna in the Rashi Chakra in the Tithi Pravesha Chakra. Both the 6th and 8th Lords are also well-placed. In the 2009 Tithi Pravesha Chakra you need to take special care of your health as the Vara Lord Guru is badly afflicted in the 4th Bhava in Guru Chandala Yoga. It is also the 6th Lord and so sugar, weight, calm evaluation of the trials all need to be watched due to the affliction of Guru. The

chest region and the mind are vulnerable areas for manifestation of illness for that year. In 2008 gynecological issues are likely to manifest as there is a blemish in the year caused by Shukra being the Vara lord and the Hora Lord and afflicted in the 7th Bhava

of

the

privates.

Tithi Ashtottari Dasha of Janma tithi (useful especially in

Tithi

Pravesha

Maha Sun:

charts): Dashas:

2010-07-20

-

2010-08-11

Moon:

2010-08-11

-

2010-10-04

Mars:

2010-10-04

-

2010-11-01

Merc:

2010-11-01

-

2010-12-31

Sat:

2010-12-31

-

2011-02-05

Jup:

2011-02-05

-

2011-04-14

Rah:

2011-04-14

-

2011-05-26

Ven:

2011-05-26

-

2011-08-08

Sun:

2011-08-08

-

2011-08-30

The Sun Tithi Ashtottari Dasha will heighten the skill structure in work just as the previous year because the Graha has Digbala in the 10th Bhava from the Lagna. Do not take any drastic professional decisions in the Chandra Mahadasha as the Graha is placed in Marana Karaka Sthana in the 8th Bhava in the

Dashamsha Chakra relating to the career. Mangal can bring some short breaks in the career and will be an unusual period. Either the challenges relating to the siblings will come in this period or in Shani Dasha. I would think they would come in the Shani Dasha but the same remains to be seen. Budh Mahadasha is likely to give excellent results and be creative of the working image through the year which would be of a very talented software profession due to the exaltation of Budh in the 4th Bhava from the Lagna in the Dashamsha Chakra. Despite the gentle manifestation of the personality, it would contribute to the gains in the

Rashi

Chakra

as

well.

Shani Dasha would be that of the Hora lord and would give the most conspicuous events for the year. The Rajayoga promised will either come in this Dasha or in the preceding Mangal Tithi Ashtottari Dasha. I would predict Rajayoga in the preceding Mangal Tithi Ashtottari

Dasha.

Jupiter is likely to be an excellent overall period both at the overall physical level and also at the working level. Venus Tithi Ashtottari Dasha ending the year can rid the times of some of the confusion fostered by the

Rahu Mahadasha and the Shukra Dasha appears to be very promising for the career despite the gentle mannerisms created due to the 3rd Bhava placement from

the

Arudha

Lagna.

It does seem that I was distracted enough to completely ignore the size and nature of this consultancy. You can see the sheer size of the Report. I do not know what I was thinking at the time you commissioned it. In any case, having once begun I could not have compromised on the task and have gone

through

with

this

rather

massive

task.

I trust this will afford a reliable blueprint for the coming years for both you and your husband and give you a realistic impression of what is to come Karmically from year to year. Both the challenges and positives have been sought to be communicated with diligence and Best Anurag Sharma. Principles of Tithi Pravesh Chakra

frankness. Wishes,

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Tithi pravesh chakra is one of the cornerstones of Vedic astrology and was hidden in tradition

of SJC until the knowledge was given out by Pt. Sanjay Rath. Vedic astrology widely uses the solar return chart or the surya varsha pravesh chakra to predict the event of a year and this is widely

known

as

Varshaphala.

However,

from time immemorial the scholars and pundits of India used

the

Tithi

based

calendar

to

reckon time, since the time needs to be reckoned from both the luminaries, as they represent two different aspects of our self. Thus, the start of a year needs to be reckoned from the time when the exact portion of tithi commences again after a full cycle of Sun in the zodiac. Since the Moon phase calendar or the tithi calendar is synchronised with Sun, we need to see the tithi when the Sun returns back to the same sign after a year and the exact amount of the birth tithi has elapsed. When the event happens, that commences a new

year

in

the life of

native

and

the

horoscope drawn for that moment can show the events of the year.

However, the tithi pravesh chart can not be read independently from the natal chart, since the

natal

horoscope

has

an

over-riding

influence over the native. This article shows how to analyse the tithi pravesh chart, while simultaneously taking the natal chart into consideration. In addition to analysing tithi pravesh chart like a normal rasi chart, there are specific factors which need to be analysed while analysing a tithi

pravesh

chart.

They

are:

1. Weekday: Take the weekday running at the commencement of the tithi new year. This becomes the lord of the year and has the most predominating influence on the native. Here the day needs to be reckoned from Sunrise to next sunrise and thus, somebody who is born after 00:00 hrs need to be considered to be born in the previous day. Only when the birth is after Sunrise, the weekday becomes the

current weekday. Thus there can be minor discrepancy between the weekday as reckoned as per the English calendar and the one reckoned

as

per

the

Hindu

calendar.

If this planet happens to be a functional benefic

for

the

natal

lagna

and

placed

favourably in the horoscope, then the year would be favourable, otherwise unfavourable. The intensity of the results can be seen from how well the planet is placed in the natal horoscope, what are the yogas the planet is involved in etc. The year lord shall activate all the yogas and results related to it in the natal horoscope during that year. This is based on the principle that whenever a planet is strong to give results, it will give the results of its ownership, placement and yogas in the natal horoscope. 2.

Lagna: The

lagna

is

the

key

which

chanalises the energies of the natal horoscope to

the

Tithi

pravesh

chakra.

Thus, if the tithi pravesh lagna is placed in Kendra to Natal lagna, it will bring happiness; in trikona it will bring prosperity and if placed in Dusthana or badhakasthana, it will bring troubles

and

obstacles.

The lagna lord in the tithi pravesh chakra needs to be studied for success or failure in different

endeavours

in

the

year.

3. Hora: The Hora lord at the commencement of the tithi New Year set the focus of the events that are going to happen in that year. The events can be seen from the ownership, placement and yogas the Hora lord is involved in

the

tithi

pravesh

chakra.

This is the most important factor of the three and the strengths, placement or ownership and the yogas it is involved in will have tremendous impact on the main events of the year. If it is badly placed or afflicted, then the events can

leave

us

with

some

bad

experiences.

The influence on the hora lord can be seen from the different divisional charts to find the exact nature of events likely to take place in different

area

of

life

represented

divisional

by

the

chart.

The principle of the Year lord, Lagna, Lagna lord and Hora lord can be applied to any other pravesh chakra such as Masa pravesh chakra or Dina pravesh chakra. Friday, October 19, 2012 How to Judge day to day activties using daily Tithi pravehsa and moon tranist Day to Day Events analysis using daily Tithi

Pravehsa

and

Moon

tranists

After we gets up in the morning ,our mind tend to plan our day to activities ,in our grandfather days we used to check daily panchang before news paper arrive ,nowadays getting panchang

itself is diminishing in our modern people and they don’t know how to read the panchag and planetary

position

of

day



Ok Gargee is requested me to how to I derive day

to

day

prediction

Before going inside There is one concept in set theory

call

Union

union

and

intersection

means

:-

In set theory, the union (denoted by ∪) of a collection of sets is the set of all distinct elements in the collection.[1] It is one of the fundamental operations through which sets can be combined and related to each other.Intersection:the intersection (denoted as ∩) of two sets A and B is the set that contains all elements of A that also belong to B (or equivalently, all elements of B that also belong to A), but no other above

elements.[ definition

from

Wiki

How to understand day to day activities …there are lot of ways to arrive day to day activities As

per

Shri

Khullar

he mentioned to me prana and shooksma lord ,primary and supporting cusp denotes the activities of day but these also going more than day ,then he inform me to check moon transit … Say

example

Death of the day ,prana and shookshma should denote 1,8 or 2,7,badaha house ,then moon star

lord

also

denotes

the

same

If we get shooksha ,prana cusp indicating along with

moon

transit

,we

get

some

cusps

signification union ,that indicate the event Based on Shri Khullar input I made small formula



Day to day activities = Shooksha U Prana U Transit

Moon.

Ok what is my approach to get this type of day to

day

activities

Every body know Tithi pravesha chakra –I don’t want

to

go

details

of

calculations

We have 30 tithis ,which tithi born is our janma tithi ,same way calculation of vimostari dasa we have to calculate the balance of thithi in

janma Say example I born in Janama thiti Astamhi ,balanced tithi is 11.65% …so calculation of daily pravesha is also same it should left 11.65% in all thithis in daily basis ,that time we have to erect call daily pravesha chakra. Please refer calculation parts from some other website Daily

to

know

tithi

details

pravesha

about

chakra

this

(J

horo

. is

available).. My

concept

Day to day activities = Shooksha U Prana U tithi

prvesha

Example

lagna

cusp

Gargee

sub

lord

case

.

study

Natal

Chart

Date:

November

3,

1963

Time:

21:31:00

Time

Zone:

5:30:00

Place:

76

20'

E

00",

(East 26

of N

GMT)

53'

00"

Dausa Eevent Pranalord

on and

shooskma

13/10/12 lord

is

venus

venus

in

star

Saturn

of

in

Daily

saturn 1,2,8,9,10,11

Thithi

pravesha

October

chart

12,

2012

Time:

13:25:54

Lagna Lagna

lord cusp

Sub

is on

in

6th

13/10/12

lord

daily

house. pravesha

is

Rahu

Rahu

has

PS

Rahu

Appears

in

1,2,3,8,9,10 We

can

go

upto

Sub

lord

….too

for

commitments, due to lack of time I stopped here Now

. as

per

me

Day to activities = Shoosma U prana U Thithi pravesha

lagna

cusp

sub

lord

=1,2,8,9,10,11 U 1,2,8,9,10,11 U 1,2,3,8,9,10 =1,2,8,10 =1,8

indicates

death

=8,10 indicate abnormalities in professions etc Again

for

refresh

************* Shri

Khullar

Approach

Day to day activities = Shooksha U Prana U Transit

Moon.

My

approach

Day to day activities = Shooksha U Prana U tithi

prvesha

lagna

cusp

sub

lord

.

Some tips of day to day activities we have to use Vimosttari dasa of day ,that will indicate routine breakfast making going meeting

day

to with

day family

telephone office, persons

Lunch

calls

activities 5,6,11 3,9 1,3,10 7,10 2,6

Predicting day to day is not easy ,we need patience and common sense ….,but I cant say it is impossible to predict ,but if any body ask question we can predict in particular day … definitely daily tithi pravesha would help to get the Bye for now

particular

results

Tithi Pravesh-1 Appeared in Jyotish Digest May 2002 (Rao & Rath) Annual Horoscopy The Tajika System of annual horoscopy employs a chart cast for every year of life based on the solar return (i.e. sun’s return to its natal sidereal position). Many scholars of history and Vedic Studies have held a view that this system is primarily not ’Vedic Astrology’ and might be a borrowed feature from Yavanas or Tajikas, who interacted with Indian scholars. Notwithstanding the peculiar yoga’s like I÷÷as˜la,

Easar˜pha etc nor

divisional

charts

like Aÿ÷˜msa (D-8) etc, which are not a part of Parasara’s available teachings, outstanding scholars like Neelakantha and Dr. Raman set a precedent by accepting the Tajaka system as a branch of Vedic astrology. However, the solar calendar has been widely followed in India only since Varahamihira started Vikrama Saka. India had been following the Vedic luni-solar

calendar for millennia. When Maharshis like Valmiki and Vyasa mentioned the timing of events in epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata, they identified events only by the tithis. It maybe interesting to note that traditional Hindu’s celebrate their birth days (called Jayanti or Janma tithi) on the Vedic date (Tithi) of the luni-solar calendar instead of the date of Sun’s return.

All

festivals

(except

for

Sankrantis)

commemorating the birthdays of deities, Gurus etc are also based on the luni-solar calendar of Tithi. For example, Hindus celebrate Lord Rama’s birthday on the Sukla Navami Tithi of Chaitra month every year and Lord Krishna’s birthday on the Krishna Ashtami Tithi of Sravana month. If birthday as per the lunisolar calendar is more important than birthday as per the solar calendar, why do we cast a chart for Varsha pravesha (commencement of a new year) based on birthday as per the solar calendar? Does it not make sense to cast a chart for the commencement of a new year based on birthday as per the luni-solar calendar of tithis? In fact, not only does it make sense, but the technique of annual horoscopy using the luni-solar calendar is

one of the most reliable techniques ’ and hence a guarded secret ’ taught by tradition for fine predictions. Tithi Tithi is the Vedic date of the luni-solar calendar and is a measure of the angular displacement of Moon from Sun. It is known that the period between two consecutive full moon’s (i.e. exact 180 0 displacement of the Moon from the Sun) is about 29.5 civil days. The total movement of 3600 of the angle between the Luminaries in transit in a month was divided by 30 to obtain a measure of 120 called ’Tithi’ (luni-solar day). Tithi is the period in which the angular displacement of Moon from Sun increases by exactly 12º. There are fifteen tithis (15 x 120=1800) in the waxing phase (Sukla paksha) and fifteen tithis is the

waning

phase

(Krishna

paksha).

The

displacement angle = Longitude of Moon ’ longitude of sun. When this angle is divided by 12º, we get an index to the tithi, starting from Sukla Pratipat.

The Luminaries A child is a product of both parents and the importance of the Moon, even over the Sun in the determination of fortune is a well established aspect of Vedic Astrology. The tripod of life is the ascendant (body), Sun (soul) and Moon (mind). In another sense, these are self (Lagna), Father (Sun) and Mother (Moon). It is but natural that a better definition of the moment of birth would be the angular displacement of the Moon from Sun, instead of just the natal Sun position. This is the Janma Tithi. We should be equally careful to ensure that such a definition does not dilute the importance of the sun as it is the representative of the real self/the soul. For this purpose Maharshis have defined the twelve sunsigns (or simply signs of the zodiac) called Dwadasa Aditya. These define the boundaries within which the Sun’s placement causes it to have the specific form of a ’deva’ and a ’Jyotirlinga’. Thus the longitude of Sun in a sign is not as relevant as its placement in the very sign itself and this fact is taken as an ’anchor’ for drawing the annual charts. As the

soul is the anchor of our existence, Sun’s transit in its natal sign signifies the figurative re-establishment of this anchor, i.e. a new beginning (In fact, it is because of this re-establishment of anchor that marriage is prohibited in the solar month of birth). Such an anchorage would be meaningless without a consideration of the ’Mind’ ’ the emotions, sustenance and fruits of existence. Thus including the Moon’s ’angular return’ along with the annual solar natal sign anchorage defines the astrological Janma Tithi return. Though birthday as per the luni-solar calendar is traditionally celebrated when janma tithi returns in the same lunar month (which is identified based on the signs occupied by Sun and Moon at the beginning of the month), this definition was probably adopted for ease

in

civil

usage.

The

most

astrologically

acceptable definition is based on janma tithi and sunsign (sunsign at janma tithi return and not sunsign at the beginning of the month). This is the most perfect method for defining the moment that is the closest in emulating the moment of birth. Hence, this

is the ’truest astrological birthday’ or rather ’birth moment’. Tithi Pravesha Chakra As outlined above, the definition of the annual birth moment is the moment when Sun transits its natal sign and the Moon is at the exact displacement angle from Sun (degrees, minutes & seconds) as at birth. Pravesha means entry or return and Tithi Pravesha Chakra is the chart drawn for the birth moment of Tithi return every year. If the angle from Sun to Moon matches that in the natal chart, it means that the Tithi running is the same as birth Tithi and also the fraction of Tithi remaining is the same as at birth. If someone was born with Sun in Aries on Chaitra Sukla Navami with 25% of the Tithi remaining, the native’s astrological luni-solar new year will commence every year when Sun is in Aries and Sukla Navami is running with 25% of the Tithi remaining. A chart cast for this moment for the longitude and latitude of the birthplace ’ irrespective of where the native is currently living ’ will throw light on the events during

the coming year. This chart is called "Tithi Pravesha" (TP) chart. Example of Casting Example 1: Let us consider the chart of India’s Late Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Birth data: 19th November 1917, 23:03:00 (IST), 81 E 52', 25 N 28' It may be noticed that natal Sun is in Scorpio. At the time of her birth, Kartika Sukla Shashthi Tithi was running and 88.15% of the Tithi was left. Let us consider the annual TP chart of 1976-77. Her lunisolar birthday came on 26th November 1976. Sun was in Scorpio on that day and Kartika Sukla Shashthi Tithi was running. At 9:34:07 am, 88.15% of the Tithi was left. In other words, the displacement angle from Sun to Moon at that time matched that at Mrs. Gandhi’s birth. In her natal chart, Sun was at 4° 7' 39.45'’ in

Scorpio and Moon was at 5° 32' 57.86'’ in Capricorn. The displacement angle from Sun to Moon was 61° 25' 18.41'’. At the time of Tithi pravesha in 1976, Sun was at 10° 30' 11.58'’ in Scorpio and Moon was at 11° 55' 29.99'’ in Capricorn. The displacement angle from Sun to Moon was again 61° 25' 18.41'’. This matches the displacement angle at birth. Annual TP Data: 26th November 1976, 9:34:07 (IST), 81 E 52', 25 N 28' One can cast a chart for the above data and draw conclusions about the events in the year. Use of Weekday, Lagna and Hora The annual chart is interpreted just like the natal chart, but there are some special considerations: (1) Weekday: Take the ruler of the weekday running at the commencement of New Year. If he is a benefic with respect to natal Lagna, it will be a favorable year. If he is a malefic with respect to natal Lagna, it will be

an unfavorable year. (2) Lagna: Take the sign occupied by Lagna in the annual chart. If it is a quadrant or a trine from natal Lagna, the year will bring the fruits of good actions of the past, i.e. it will be a favorable year. If it is a Dusthana from natal Lagna, the year will bring the results of evil actions of the past, i.e. it will be a year of obstacles. (3) Hora: Take the ruler of the Hora (hour) running at the commencement of New Year. This planet will be the most important planet during the year, even more important than Lagna lord. The houses owned and occupied by this planet will set the tone for the main events of the year. The strength, placement and yogas of this planet will have a tremendous impact on the main events of the year. In addition, all the principles applicable in natal horoscopy will apply in annual horoscopy. Example 2: Let us examine the 1976-77 annual chart

found in Example 1 (Chart 1). The weekday on 26 th November 1976 was Friday. Its lord Venus is a functional malefic for Mrs. Gandhi’s natal Lagna (Cancer). So it indicates an unfavorable year. Lagna in the annual chart is in Sagittarius, which is a Dusthana from natal Lagna. It shows struggle during the year. Saturn Hora was running at 9:34:06 am on 26 th November 1976. So Saturn is the most important planet during the year. He is a functional malefic with respect to Sagittarius Lagna and occupies the 8th house. This shows that the main theme of the year will be disappointments and fall (8th). Mrs. Gandhi indeed experienced misfortune during the year and her party was ousted from power in the General Elections of 1977. In addition to the above points, one may note that

’ Lagna lord is in a Dusthana. ’ A functional malefic afflicts Lagna. ’ The 9th and 10th lords are in the 12th house of losses, showing a loss of fortune. One may contrast this annual chart with the annual charts of 1966-67 and 1970-71, when her party won elections emphatically. Example 3: Annual chart of 1966-67, when Mrs. Gandhi won an election The weekday was Thursday. Jupiter owns 6th and 9th from natal Cancer Lagna and is considered a functional benefic. Lagna of the annual chart is in the 11th house from natal Lagna and shows gains during the year. Lagna lord, 4th lord and 5th lord form unblemished raja yoga within a 2-degree arc in the 7thhouse and aspect Lagna together. This excellent raja yoga promises much success during the year. Mercury is a

functional benefic; he owns the 5th house of power; and, he takes part in this raja yoga. His Hora was running at 17:08:21 on 17th November 1966. Thus the year is likely to bring power and authority (5th, 7th and raja yoga). Example 4: Annual chart of 1970-71, when Mrs. Gandhi won another election The weekday was Thursday again. Lagna in the annual chart is the same as in natal Lagna. This shows favorable developments and a fresh and powerful new beginning. Hora at the commencement of the New Year belonged to Mars. He is a Yogakaraka for Cancer Lagna and takes part in a raja yoga that involves 4th, 5th, 9th and 10th lords. Again, the strength and Yogas of the most important planet of the year suggests power and authority in the New Year. As Mars owns 5th and 10th, power and career are the main theme of the year. Moon’s aspect on Lagna indicates mass support.

Example 5: Annual chart of 2001-02 for the nation of Pakistan ; Birth data: 14th August 1947, 0:00:01 (IST), 67 E 3', 24 N 52' Annual TP Data: 16 th August 2001, 15:27:00 (IST), 67 E 3', 24 N 52' Scorpio rises in the annual chart and it is the 8 th house from Pakistan’s natal Lagna (Aries). This shows that results of the evil actions of the past will have to be experienced, i.e. it shows a year of obstacles. In addition, one may note that that the 8th house of the annual chart is occupied by 4 planets, including two key marakas ’ 2nd and 7th lords. Moon and Rahu are also in the 8th house. This also confirms a year of obstacles, tension, frustration, sudden changes and reversals. However, Lagna lord Mars is in Lagna and hence Lagna is powerful. Moreover, Mars Hora was running at the time of the chart and hence Mars is the most

important planet of the chart. He sets the theme of the year. As Mars owns and occupies Lagna, this is a year of a fresh and bold new beginning. Overall, this is a year in which Pakistan has to go through the pain of paying for past mistakes and make a fresh and bold new beginning amid turmoil and frustration. During this year, the nation of Pakistan had to desert their friends in Afghanistan and unwillingly support the international war against terrorism, in the backdrop of unrest and revolt within the militant religious circles of Pakistan. Pakistan’s laudable attempts to curb extremism and return to the mainstream international polity as a progressive society are taking shape very slowly. Because of the strength of Mars, General Musharraf’s position has only improved despite speculations about challenges to his leadership. While the strength of lagna and hora lord shows an auspicious new beginning, the strength of the 8 th house and the placement of TP lagna from natal lagna clearly show that this happens in the backdrop of past mistakes that bring immense suffering.

Example 6: A native who stood first in his state (AP) in intermediate (higher secondary school) examinations with a record score in May 1987; Birth data: 4th April 1970, 17:47 (IST), 81 E 8', 16 N 10' Annual TP Data (1987-88): 28 th March 1987, 0:31:15 (IST), 81 E 8', 16 N 10' Weekday was Friday (note: weekday of Jyotish changes at sunrise and not at midnight). Venus is a functional benefic with respect to the natal Lagna (Virgo). This shows favorable events. Sagittarius rises in the annual chart and it is the 4 th house from natal Lagna. This being a quadrant, favorable results are indicated. The fruits of the native’s past learning (4th) will be experienced in the year. Lagna lord Jupiter also happens to be the Hora lord. Thus Jupiter is the most important planet during the year and he sets the tone and tenor for the year. As

he owns Lagna and 4 th and occupies 4th, good results related to education are to be expected. As Jupiter conjoins 9th lord Sun within 35 arc-min, there is a powerful raja yoga between Jupiter and Sun. This raja yoga brings fortune in education and explains why academic success was the main theme of the year. Usually, whenever the Hora lord or the Lagna lord is involved in a good yoga in a Tithi Pravesha chart, very favorable results related to the houses involved will be experienced in the year. On the contrary, whenever the Hora lord or the Lagna lord is badly placed in a Tithi Pravesha chart, the year will be disappointing. A Fine System As these examples may have demonstrated, Tithi Pravesha is a very sophisticated, and yet simple, technique of Jyotish that enables us to quickly see the main events of a year without much ado. One can get an accurate big picture without hairsplitting with complicated techniques. It is simply an amazing

technique. However, Tithi Pravesha is not just about getting the big picture easily. There is much more to it than what has been seen so far. As mentioned earlier, all the techniques

applicable

in

natal

horoscopy

are

applicable in Tithi Pravesha. Several techniques like divisional charts and Ashtakavarga can be considered for finer readings of Tithi Pravesha charts. For fine timing of events within a given year, we even have a special dasa that goes together with Tithi Pravesha charts. With the blessings of Maharshi’s, more aspects of the Tithi Pravesha system taught by our tradition are planned to be covered in the coming few issues of Jyotish Digest.

Sanjay Rath H-5 B.J.B Nagar, Bhubaneswar 751014, India Webpages: http://srath.com

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Can anybody kindly explain how a TP chart is erected &

TA

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How does one find the time for the annual return of the birth Tithi. I have read the TA dasa tutorial by PVR Narasimha Rao & the related TP article in Jyotish Digest, but i still need some guidance regarding erection of TP chart & calculation of TA dasa for a given

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Is there a software available which does these calculations?

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Personal Panchang and Its Influence on the Natal Chart by KOMILLA SUTTON

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Research on Vargotamma and Elements Komilla is doing a new consultation called Personal Panchang. This covers the panchang on the day of birth, how it relates to your natal chart , the best name for you, the yogi planets and how to make the best use of the light expressed by the Panchang. View Pachang Consultation Panch means five Anga means limbs. Panchanga means the five limbs of the day. Panchanga is the Indian ephemeris, which takes into account the five

sources of energy that support each day. The essence of the Panchanga is how the Sun and Moon relate to each on a daily basis. Panchanga is used for almost every branch of Vedic astrology: natal, election, prashna (horary), religious calendars and to understand the energy of the day. Panchang of the day birth effects our emotions, temperament

and

nature.

It

can

give

added

information about who we are and how we feel. It can strengthen the effect of the planets and give us additional qualities that we may not understand purely through the natal chart. Panchanga is what sustains the birth chart, its supporting energy. This has never been properly understood, we continue to judge the natal chart without looking at the energies that surrounding the birth. Ancient classics like Jataka Bharnam, Hora Ratnam and Maan Sagri have much information on this subject, which somehow never got incorporated into present day Jyotish in analysing natal charts. The panchang is a combination of the: 1. Dina (solar day)

2. Nakshatra ( the transit of the Moon on a day) 3. The Tithi (Lunar day) 4. Karana (The half day) 5. Yoga (the relationship between the Sun and the Moon) Dina is connected to the Sun and Nakshatra to the Moon, the other three components of the Panchanga show the connection between the two. The Sun, Moon and the Panchanga The Sun and the Moon are the vital component. The panchang follows the transits of the Moon, its daily quality as it travels through the zodiac and the nakshatras and the Moon’s daily interaction with the Sun. The Sun is the Atma, eternal soul, our connection to the divine and Moon is the Jiva Atma, the living soul, our contact with the earth. How the mind and the soul interact is the story of the panchang.

The natal positions of the Sun and Moon are very important. Other planets are important but only to support the Luminaries interaction. The quality of the Sun and Moon in a natal chart by rashi, conjunction and aspect will impact on the qualities expressed by the panchang. If they are weak, despite the panchang promising a lot, it does not deliver to its best level. This is when the negative qualities of the panchang can take root. Similarly a very negative panchang can be improved, if they are in dignity and strong in the natal chart. If one is in dignity and the other is weak, it gives more neutral effects. Remedial measures can be performed for a negative panchang connected to a negative panchang.

Dina or Solar Day Dina means day. Dina is one solar day that begins at sunrise and ends at sunrise of the next solar day. There are 360 dina in a solar year, one day for one degree of the zodiac. Different planets rule the days in the week. The day is known as Dina or Vaar and the

name of planet is prefixed to Vaar to give a particular day. Dina connects to the Sun and therefore to the soul. Dina is the most important component of the panchang as it is the primary influence on the soul and the planet that rules the dina has a lot to say about how the soul feels about this incarnation. From Sun to Saturday the Dinas and their planetary rulers are: 1. Ravivaar- Sun’s day 2. Somvaar- Moon's day 3. Mangalvaar- Mars day 4. Buddhvaar- Mercury's day 5. Brihaspativaar or Guruvaar - Jupiter's day 6. Shukravaar- Venus's day 7. Shanivaar- Saturn's day Vedic day begins at sunrise and ends at Sunrise of the next day. So when we are discussing Saturday, it will be Saturday after sunrise, the time before that

belongs to Friday. The Dina of the day of birth will be weekday on which the Sun rose at a particular place (local time). In effect two people born on the same date may have different dina according to the place of birth. If the sun rose in UK at 5.30 am on Sunday morning on the 1st of June, someone born at 5.25 am will be born on Saturday and birth at 5.35am would be on Sunday. Even someone born at the same time and in the same country can have different dina as the Sun may rise earlier at one place than the other. This changes

the

quality

of

their

personality, their

connection with the eternal. As one inherits Saturn’s qualities and the other the Sun’s. Most Vedic software give the sunrise time of the place you are born and will also show the Panchanga.

The Nakshatras Nakshatra is the original language of the stars that the ancient rishis connected to. To study the Moon’s movement in the backdrop of the stars gave them an

understanding of the deeper meaning of life. One nakshatra is how long the moon travels in one day. Nakshatra literally means a star in Sanskrit. A star is a point of cosmic light. Naksha means to get closer and Tra means to preserve. Moon is the significator of the mind and therefore nakshatra’s prime connection is with the ebb and flow of the mind. Dina reflect the soul, nakshatra the mind and is the 2nd most important component of the Panchanga. The day is divided into four portions, sunrise, midday, sunset and midnight, therefore the nakshatras are also divided into four parts known as padas. The four parts also reflect the four cardinal directions and the four main aims of the incarnating soul. Padas link divine part of the Moon’s energy to that of the Sun. The nakshatras and the rashis are joined together by the navamsha and padas. Although in natal astrology we would study all the planet positions in their nakshatras, in Panchanga, we are only concerned with Moon’s position.

Nama Nakshatra According to Vedic Tradition, the first letter of your birth name was chosen from the special consonant or vowel related to your birth nakshatra. This way you are perpetually connected to your birth energy. The name becomes like a mantra and whenever someone says your name it creates an auspicious energy. The

nakshatras

reflect

the

complete

Akshara

(alphabet) of Sanskrit. Each nakshatra has four special consonants or vowels, one for each pada. The moment a child is born, the parents ask the Jyotishi or priest for the right consonant/ vowel to name their child correctly. This is known as Nama nakshatra. Nama means name. The choice is not from any four consonants of the Moon nakshatra but the one that belongs to the specific pada the Moon was in. This is a tradition has got lost as many don’t know the significance of the nama nakshatra. It can be difficult to find the Sanskrit alphabet names that can convert into western names.

Tithi Humans, according to Sage Mahatapas the great ascetic, are born from the Hiranyagarbha, the cosmic womb in their different forms to the world we live in. They represent separate principles of creation, all being distinct yet the same. Each person is connected to the Atma, the eternal soul that never dies. A portion of this eternal soul comes through the Hiranyagarbha to earth in the form of the Jiva Atma, the living soul. Sun is atma and Moon is Jiva atma. The daily distance between the Sun and Moon is a tithi. The principles of divinity are the deities that rule the tithis. These are Agni, Ashwini Kumaras, Gauri, Ganapati, Nagas, Kartikeya, Aditya, Matrs, Durga, Diks, Kubera, Vishnu, Yama, Rudra, Chandra and Pitris. Birth on the tithi will show what divine principle you are working with and how to deal with and get the best out of it. Tithis represent the different natures of human life if when properly understood give us the opportunity to preserve our precious amrita that the soul has

gathered over its previous lifetimes. It shows our weaknesses, our strengths as well as the connections to the deities. Each tithi is a personification of a deity that divided itself in two halves. One that remained in eternity and the other that came down to earth to face the law of karma and guard the soul.

The Tithi Basics From their conjunction at the New moon, the Sun and the Moon move away from each other 12º per day. This is known as a lunar day or as a Tithi. A lunar month has 30 tithis. Each tithi is slightly shorter than the solar day. A lunar year is of 48 weeks. Tithis are the lunar steps to and away from the Sun, the daily interaction of the living with the eternal. The lunar month is divided into two fortnights known as Pakshas. The Pakshas are 1. Shukla Paksha- the bright half of the Moon, from the New Moon to the full Moon. 15 tithis belong to the waxing cycle of the moon.

2. Krishna Paksha- the dark half of the Moon, from the Full Moon to the New Moon. 15 tithis belong to the waning cycle of the Moon In the Indian almanac, the tithis are always represents by numbers from 1 (the first day) to 15 (the full moon). After the 15th day of the Lunar cycle, the next tithi is known as the number 1 again, then 2, 3, 4 and onwards to 14. The 30th day- the darkest night of the lunar month is known as Amavasya and number 30 represent this. Amavasya is when the Sun and Moon's longitude is the same again.

The lunar days (tithis) of both the bright and dark half of the month are below: Day

Tithi

Quality

Deity

One

Pratipada

One

Agni

Giving

Rise Two

Dwitiya

Auspicious

Ashwini Kumar/B

Three

Tritiya

Strength and

Gauri - Wife of Sh

Power Four

Chathurt

Negative

Ganapati

hi Five

Panchami

Laxmi/Wealth

Naga

Six

Shasti

Fame

Kartika-Mars

Seven

Saptami

Friendly

Surya - Sun

Eight

Ashtami

Conflict

Shiva/Matrgana

Nine

Navami

Agressive

Durga

Ten

Dashami

Soft

Yama - the Go

Godesses of the T Eleven

Ekadashi

Happiness

Vishwedeva/Kube

Twelve

Dwadashi

Fame

Vishnu

Thirteen

Trayodas

Victory

Kamdeva/Dharma

Agressive

Shiva/Rudra

Purnima

Soft

Soma

Amavasy

Inauspicious

Pitris

hi Fourteen

Chaturda shi

Fifteen/Full Moon Thirtieth

a

You always refer to the days as Shukla Trayodashi meaning the 3rd day of the waxing Moon or Krishna Pratipada, the 1st day of the waning Moon. 4th, 9th and 14th tithis are known as Rikta tithis. Rikta means unsupported and they are generally avoided in starting auspicious projects. Originally the birth dates were always given in terms of tithis rather than the date of birth. When I asked my

grandmother the date of birth, she told me that she was born at sunrise on the 5th tithi of the month of Bhadra ( Sun in Virgo) in the year George V visited India (1911). The annual birthday is usually celebrated in two ways. One is celebrated on the day the Sun is in its birth rashi and the Moon is in the birth nakshatra. If you sun at birth is in Leo and the Moon in Ashwini. The annual birthday will be the date when these two are in their natal positions. The annual birthday would be different on different dates. The second is Tithi Pravesh. Pravesh means to enter. The day the Tithi is the same as on the day of birth in effect the angle between the sun and the moon is the same - is taken as the annual birthday. The yearly chart analysis is also done from tithi pravesh rather than solar return chart. As solar return only takes the sun and its return as the main factor, not both the luminaries, it does not give the complete picture of the coming year.

Karana The Karana is half a tithi. Karna means to take action, to do. The karanas have the ability to strengthen or mar a tithi. They represent the underlying influences. Karana are underlying energies and have to be studied as subordinate to the tithis not the other way round. Karana are the 6º difference between the Sun and the Moon. They are 60 in all. There are thirty tithis and sixty karanas. There are 11 types of Karanas. Four fixed and seven movable. The fixed Karanas are Shakuni, Chatuspada, Naga and Kintughna are negative. The seven movable Karanas are Bava, Balava, Kaulava, Taitila, Gara, Vanija and Vishti. They start with Bava on the second half of the first tithi and repeat themselves in the same order eight times in a lunar month. The four fixed Karanas start with the 2nd half of the 14th day of the Krishna paksha, Amavasya and the first half of the 1st Tithi of the Shukla Paksha. The first karana in shukla paksha is always the fixed Kintughna. themselves.

The

fixed

karanas

do

not

repeat

Nitya Yoga Nitya means daily and yoga means a yoke or connection. The Panchanga yoga is different from the yogas formed by the planets. The yoga is formed by the daily connection between of the Sun and Moon. The Moon travels 13º 20' away from the Sun each day. These 13º 20' sections (similar length of a nakshatra) form a yoga. A yoga is a subtle blending of solar and lunar energies that give special indications every day. There are 27 such yogas formed and each one is linked to a particular nakshatra. Some are malefic in nature and others benefic. The yoga at the time of the birth influences the personality and also gives the yogi and avayogi planets. The yogas are connected to the nakshatras but are different from the planetary nakshatras.

Yogi planet and Yogi Point Yogi planet is a planet for prosperity and avayogi give the opposite results. The exact degree of the yoga becomes the yogi point. The ruler of the nakshatra

where this point is yogi planet and the ruler of the Rashi the nakshatra is in, is known as the duplicate yogi. The 6th nakshatra from the yogi nakshatra is the avayogi nakshatra and its ruler is the avayogi planet. Yogi point is an extremely positive degree in the natal chart, when benefics transit over this point, you can expect major material success. The house where the yogi planet is placed in the chart gets enhanced. Avayogi can cause trouble. The duplicate yogi is also a planet that helps. There is no duplicate avayogi. The dasha of yogi planets give good results and avayogi will give negative. In relationships compatibility, if your partner’s ascendant ruler is your yogi planet, it bring good fortune to your relationship whereas if it is your avayogi

planet,

it

can

bring

debt,

pain

and

incompatibility. It is important not to get carried away by the principle of yogi and avayogi planets but to view them as supplementary information that enhances the natal analysis. While they have the ability to alter the final judgement, they are not the only factor to consider.

The Yogas Yoga

Nakshatra

Yogi Plane

1

Vishkumbha

Pushya

Saturn

2

Preeti

Ashlesha

Mercury

3

Ayusmana

Magha

Ketu

4

Saubhagya

P Phalguni

Venus

5

Shobhana

U Phalguni

Sun

6

Atiganda

Hasta

Moon

7

Sukarma

Chitra

Mars

8

Dhriti

Swati

Rahu

9

Shoola

Vishakha

Jupiter

10

Ganda

Anuradha

Saturn

11

Vriddhi

Jyeshta

Mercury

12

Druva

Mula

Ketu

13

Vyaghata

P Ashadha

Venus

14

Harshana

U Ashadha

Sun

15

Vajra

Sharvana

Moon

16

Siddhi

Dhanishta

Mars

17

Vyatipata

Shatabhishak

Rahu

18

Variyana

P Bhadra

Jupiter

19

Parigha

U Bhadra

Saturn

20

Shiva

Revati

Mercury

21

Siddha

Ashwini

Ketu

22

Sadhya

Bharani

Venus

23

Shubha

Krittka

Sun

24

Shukla

Rohini

Moon

25

Brahma

Mrigasira

Mars

26

Indra

Ardra

Rahu

27

Vaidhrati

Punarvasu

Jupiter

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