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Shodas Vargas - The Use of Divisional Charts in Deliniation

Shodas Vargas - The Use of Divisional Charts in Deliniation

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“Lord Brahma has described 16 kinds of Vargaas (Divisions) for each Rasi. Listen to those. The names are Rasi, Hora, Dreshkana, Chaturthmsa, Saptma, Navamsa, Dashamsa, Dvadashamsa, Shodashans, Vimshans, Chaturvimsha, Saptavimsha, Trimshamsa, Khavedamsa, Akshavedans and Shashtians.”
BPHS Ch. 6, verses 2 – 4
“Lord Brahma has described 16 kinds of Vargaas (Divisions) for each Rasi. Listen to those. The names are Rasi, Hora, Dreshkana, Chaturthmsa, Saptma, Navamsa, Dashamsa, Dvadashamsa, Shodashans, Vimshans, Chaturvimsha, Saptavimsha, Trimshamsa, Khavedamsa, Akshavedans and Shashtians.”
BPHS Ch. 6, verses 2 – 4

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SHODAS VARGAS - THE USE OF DIVISIONAL CHARTS IN DELINIATIONBy Anthony Writer
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SHODAS VARGAS - THE USE OF DIVISIONAL CHARTS IN DELINIATION
“Now I will explain the use of these sixteen divisions. The physique from Lagna, wealth from Hora, happiness through co-born from Dreshkana, fortunes from Chaturthansa, sons and  grandsons from Saptamsa, spouse from Navamsa, power (and position) from Dashansa, parents from Dvadasha, benefits and adversities through conveyances from Shodashans,worship from Vimshams, learning from Chaturvimshams, strength and weakness fromSaptavimshans, evil effects from Trimshansa, auspicious and inauspicious effects from Khavedans and all indications from both Akshavedans and Shashtians: these are the considerations to be made through the respective Vargaas. The House, whose Lord is in a malefic Shashtians, will diminish; so say Garga and others. The House, whose Lord is in a benefic Shodashans, flourish. This is how the 16 Vargaas are to be evaluated.” 
Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra:Ch. VII, 1 – 8)SIDEREAL OR NIRAYAN Astrology, now popularly riding the crest of apopular wave under the name of Vedic astrology, intends to concentrate onthe complexities and reveal the various aspects of human life various Lagnas,Varga Charts or divisional charts, Dasha systems etc. with the main aim tounderstand the manifested and hidden dimensions of life.The natal chart reveals in a broad way : Along with the Samvat/Shake, Vaar,Tithi, Yoga, Karan, Nakhatras,
Signs as per Elements, Quality and Polarity andHouses (as per Kendra, Trikon, Trik, Upachaya, Panaphara and Apoklim of Rasilchart and Graha as per Bhava Karaka, Sthir Karaka and Char karaka.
,etc. areconsidered.
Further, strengths of Graha are revealed through the Shadbala (Six fold strengths) : i)Sthana Bala or Positional strength ii) Dig Bala or Directional Strength iii)Kala Bala orTemporal Strength iv) Chesta Bala or Motional Strength v
) Naisargika Bala orInherent Strength vi) Dig Bala or Aspectual Strength (strength derived fromaspects of other planets.The natal chart seen through the above and studied along with respectivelagna, graha, varga (divisional) charts, etc. will enable the learned astrologerto interpret the various facets of life with greater precision.
 
SHODAS VARGAS - THE USE OF DIVISIONAL CHARTS IN DELINIATIONBy Anthony Writer
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Role and Significance of Varga (Divisional) Charts
 
Various Vargas or Divisions in Sidereal Astrology represents differentaspects of human life. A Divisional Chart is the extension of a certain housefor microscopic analysis and a planet becomes highly potent by occupyingcertain divisions and the strength thus obtained by a planet is called Vargabal.Mantreswara in Phaladeepika, Adhyaya III mentions about the Dasavargasor the ten-fold divisions. Sage Parashara in his magnum opus, BrihatParasar Hora Sastra, known as the Bible of Astrology, mentions aboutShodasa Varaga or the sixteen divisional charts in chapters VI and VII. Thesixteen divisional charts, which are compared to the various diagnostic tests,are mentioned below:
ChartNoChart name The formation of the Chart and its use in brief D/1 Rashi orJanmakundaliIt comprises of 30
°
and is the basic horoscope and the planetsare placed in their respective signs they occupy in the zodiac.D/2 HoraA sign is divided into 2 parts of 15
°
each, known as Hora. Forodd signs the first Hora belong to the Sun whereas for evensigns the first Hora belongs to the Moon and the second Horabelongs to the Sun. This chart indicates the financial status,personal appearance, speech, habits, etc. of the native.D/3 DreskhanaA sign is divided into 3 parts of 10
°
each. The lords of the 1
st
,5
th
and 9
th
are the lords of the 3 respective dreskhanas. Thischart shows happiness from siblings and their influence onthe native.D/4 ChaturthamsaIt comprises of one-fourth of a sign, i.e., 7
°
30 ; totallyforming 4 divisions. The first division falls in the same sign;the second in the 4th sign; the third in the 7
th
sign and thefourth in the 10
th
sign from it. This division shows fortune,landed property, assets, liabilities, influence of the mother,domestic life, mental peace, landed property and conveyance.D/7 Saptamsha A sign of 30 degrees is divided into 7 equal part of 
4° 17` 8.5” each. In odd signs, the seven parts belong tothe seven signs falling in regular order from the oddsign concerned. In even signs, the first part belongs tothe sign seventh from it, and the remaining signs followin regular order. D/7 chart shows dynasty, sons,grandsons, their property and social status.
 
 
SHODAS VARGAS - THE USE OF DIVISIONAL CHARTS IN DELINIATIONBy Anthony Writer
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D/9 Navamsa
A sign is divided into 9 equal parts of 3
°
20` Lordshipof parts starts from signs
A J G DA J G DA J G DA J G D
matching fiery,earthy, airy and watery signs. In Chapter VIII, shloka3 Sage Parasar says: One should study the strong andweak points of the wife, her physical and psychiccomposition and characteristics in D/9 chart. Researchtoday shows that the Navamsa chart can be treated asan independent chart to interpret various facets of lifeas it is magnified nine times. The Prati Navamsa chart,magnified 81 times can lead us to startlinginterpretations as per the research on
MEDITATIONSUPON CERTAIN PRINCIPLES FROM BRIHAT PARASHARI -OPERATING THROUGH NAVAMSHA: A DIVINE PLAN
 
by Sayanacharya, Shridhar Govind Joshi.
D/10 DasamsaA sign is divided into 10 equal parts of 3
°
each. For oddsigns the lordship for various parts starts from the signitself and for even signs it starts from the 9
th
therefrom. It is an extension of the 10
th
House and showslivelihood, profession, social status, position, power,authority, name, fame, etc.
 D/12 Dwadasamsa This comprises of one-twelfth of a sign, equivalent to 2
°30 ` each. The first Dwadasama falls in the sign itself and the subsequent Dwadasamsas fall in subsequentsigns in regular order. According to Sage Parasara thischart considers the native’s relationship with parentsand also the influence and help from parents.
D/16 ShodashamshaThe sign is divided into 16 divisions, comprising of 1
°52 ` 30”each. In moveable signs the Shodaasamsha starts from
AAAA
in sequence and the last ends in
D.D.D.D.
In fixed signsthe Shodaasamsha starts from
EEEE
in sequence and thelast ends in
H.H.H.H.
In dual signs the Shodaasamsha startsfrom
IIII
in sequence and the last ends in
L.L.L.L.
 
Sage Parasara states in BPHS, Ch. 8 sh. 4:Knowhappiness, misery and luxury of vehicle fromShodashamsha. Eminent astrologers consider it ase
xtension of 4
th
house – domestic harmony, peace of mind, landed property, conveyance and happinessfrom mother.

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