impurities. Thus if they influence the badhakesh, it indicates that pollutionand dirt have made the idol impure.c. If Sun associates, then it is due to birds. (Birds are ruled by Sun)
2. Fourth house:
Fourth house shows the place of worship or the templeand hence it means that that the temple is either broken, desecrated orforgotten.
Influence of planets on Badhakesh in Fourth House:
a. Mars: The temple is either broken or dilapidated and needs repairsb. Saturn: The temple has been forgotten (Saturn rules loss of memory)c. Saturn/ Rahu: The temple is desecreated (Saturn rules dirt and Rahu rulesimpurities) and needs to be sanctified.
3. Second or Eleventh house:
If the badhakesh is in one of these twohouses, these houses being the dhana and aya bhava respectively, itindicates that the deity’s wealth has either been stolen or misappropriated.The nature of the property can be judged from the nature of the sign. Thisproperty is either Dhatu (Inanimate object), Moola (grains, trees, lands etc)or Jeeva (Men, Animals etc) depending on the Lagna as being movable, fixedor dual.The nature of the sign is however, overridden by planets if they conjoin theLagna. Mercury and Jupiter signify Jeeva, Sun & Venus signify Moola and theothers viz., Moon, Mars, Saturn and Rahu signify Dhatu. This can also be judged from the placement of the badhakesh in different nakshatras. Forthat matter the naksatras reckoned from Aswini are in the order of Dhatu,Moola & Jeeva.
Similarly, inferences can be made from the other houses.
Since the dispositor of a planet indicate what sustains the planet and thehouse and also represent the mental and psychological aspect of a house orplanet, the remedy of the sin committed against the deity can be seen fromthe dispositor of the badhakesh. The tattva (Elements) of the dispositor of the badhakesh, shall indicate, which remedy can propitiate the angry deity.The remedies based on the tattvas are given below: