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The Use of Asthakavarga as a Predictive Technique

The Use of Asthakavarga as a Predictive Technique

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For Ashtakavarga purpose each rasi is divided into 8 parts called Kakshas.
Each kaksha has a span of 3:45′. The 1st kaksha of each rasi is ruled by
Saturn, the 2nd by Jupiter, 3rd by Mars, 4th by Sun, 5th by Venus, 6th by
Mercury, the 7th by Moon and the 8th by the Lagna. Mainly 3 types of
Ashtakavarga charts are used to study the effects of the planets.
For Ashtakavarga purpose each rasi is divided into 8 parts called Kakshas.
Each kaksha has a span of 3:45′. The 1st kaksha of each rasi is ruled by
Saturn, the 2nd by Jupiter, 3rd by Mars, 4th by Sun, 5th by Venus, 6th by
Mercury, the 7th by Moon and the 8th by the Lagna. Mainly 3 types of
Ashtakavarga charts are used to study the effects of the planets.

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THE USE OF ASTHAKAVARGA AS A PREDICTIVE TECHNIQUEAs the effects of the twelve Houses are judged from Lagna and Moon, effectsof the twelve Houses and the various Planets are judged in the same manner.Therefore the inauspicious places from the seven Planets, named, asKaran, beginning from Sun and Lagna (total 8), should be marked by dots(Bindus) and auspicious places, named, as Sthan, by small vertical lines(Rekhas) and on the basis of their assessment should the judgment of thehoroscope and predictions be made.Notes. The above arrangement is known, as AshtakaVargaa. The meaning of AshtakaVargaa is literally the group of eight things. In other words it is thecombination of the good and bad positions of a Planet with reference to theseven Planets and Lagna. So it is the combination of the benefic and maleficmarks (the Rekhas and the Bindus) in a planets chart with reference to theposition of the eight Planets (here Lagna is to be treated, as a Planet).Bphs Ch. 66, v. 13- 15
 
 The asthakavargas is a unique way of dividing each of the 12 rasis into eightsub divisions, based on the influence of the lagna and the 7 main planets onthese 12 rasis. Rahu & Ketu are omitted in asthakavargas. Based on theirindividual positions in a horoscope, the lagna and the 7 main planets,contribute certain positive and negative influences on the 12 signs of thehoroscope. These influences are called bindus and rekhas, which are positiveand negative points. There is a confusion and controversy between SouthIndians and North Indians about the bindus and rekhas and which of them isbenific and malefic. So lets simply call them positive points and negativepoints to avoid confusion.For Ashtakavarga purpose each rasi is divided into 8 parts called Kakshas.Each kaksha has a span of 3:45
. The 1st kaksha of each rasi is ruled bySaturn, the 2nd by Jupiter, 3rd by Mars, 4th by Sun, 5th by Venus, 6th byMercury, the 7th by Moon and the 8th by the Lagna. Mainly 3 types of Ashtakavarga charts are used to study the effects of the planets.The Use of SarvachanchakraThe late Mr. CS Patel, a great votary and researcher, in his book“Ashtakavarga”, on page 69, has written about the use of theSarvachanchachakra, a chart that incorporates all the details of theAsthakavarga and the horoscope:
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The bigger circle represents the map of the zodiac, divided into 12bhavas according to Porphyry-Jatakapadhathi of Sharipati.
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The sandhis of the 12 bhavas are given in signs, degrees and minutes intheir proper places.
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A bhava is divided into eight parts known as kakshyas.
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The bindus in various bhavas are shown as given in the tabular forms inthe books.
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From this chart one can have a visual idea of the transit of the Sun andother planets through the various bhavas and kakshyas by which resultscan be judged on a collective basis.
 
 

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