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JaiminiSystem a Revelation

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ne of the oldest authorities on Jaimini  Astrology, he graced the Astrological  Magazine in 1960s under immense persuasion of Late Dr Raman and gave us some rare jewels in Jaimini Astrology. At the age of 80, he lives in a small town in  Andhra Pradesh. Incidentally not many in India & West know that Andhra Pradesh has been the land of Jaimini Astrology after Banaras. Revered Sastriji leads a strict Brahminical life along with being very open minded & extremely humble. His humility only shows his supreme mastery over astrology. He and Iranganti Rangacharya are considered as the foremost authorities alive today in Jaimini  Astrology. Mr Sastri has supported Saptarishis Astrology right from its inception stage.
S
HRI
M
AHA
G
ANAPATAYE
 N
AMAH
 
Jaimini System – A Revelation
By Madhura Krishnamurthi Sastri, India.
Translator: Sreeram Medapali Copy Editor: Shanmukha Article Submission: Aug, 2008
Readership Level: Very Advanced
1. Introduction
 In the science of predictive astrology, there are 3 famous systems – Parasara, Jaimini and Yavana. Among them, Jamini School gives remarkable and specific predictions using distinctly different methods from the other two. In this paper, an overview of Jaimini system is discussed with the help of Somanatha Mishra’s Kalpalatha a commentary on Jaimini Sutras.
1.1 Parasara System:
In this system delineation of twelve bhavas (houses) that is Tanu, Dhana etc., and Dasa and Antara dasa results occupy a major role. In this system, results related to the bhavas like Tanu, Dhana, Bhratri, Matri bhava etc are determined by the relationship between planets and bhavas and fructification of results is determined from the results of dasa – antardasa. The dasa system in this school is planet based and Vimsottari, Astottari, Shodashottai etc. dasas are discussed. The application of these dasas is decided by the time of birth of the native i.e. specific combinations on the horoscope, yet; in general, the results are decided by Vimsottari dasa only.
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 1.2
 
Yavana System:
In this school of thought, the results are decided by the following six types of combinations
1
 
Grahaja: The results that planet give of its own, i.e. the signification of planet
2
 
Bhavaja: The results by significations of the houses
3
 
Rashija: The results by the signification of signs Aries, Taurus etc.
4
 
Graha Bhavaja: The result of a planet in a particular house.
5
 
Graha Rasija: The results of planet in a particular sign
6
 
Graha Yogaja: The results of the combination planets, signs and houses These six types of results are modified by the permutations and combinations of individual significations of signs and planets, combinations of two, three planets etc. The dasa system in this school depends on the longevity and then selecting the suitable dasa system.
1.3
 
Jaimini System:
 Jaimini system while absorbing the topics from the above two systems, also mentions other topics and distinct / peculiar topics / subject matters. The dasa system is mainly Rasi (Sign) based and is drastically different from the above two systems. It is found that Jaimini concepts are also dealt with in Parasara Hora Sastra (BPHS) by Sage Parasara. Due to non availability of complete and unadulterated version of BPHS, it is difficult to understand the  Jaimini concepts with the available BPHS versions.
 
2.0
 
Kalpalatha
1
 – An Exposition of Jaimini
Somanatha Mishra, son of Krishna Mishra wrote Kalpalatha, his commentary on Jaimini Sutras. He explained in the work about the concept introduced in the Jaimini Upadesa Sutras chapter wise and indicated that Sage Jaimini wrote
8 Chapters
 (Adhyayas) in Sutra form, 4 Chapters each on mathematical and predictive part. We explain in the following lines the introductory chapter given by Somanatha Mishra for the benefit of readers.
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Copy Editor’s Note
: Kalpalatha is still in manuscript form. This author has done wonderful job in procuring the manuscript from all available source and preserving it for the future generations.
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 Translation:
Maharshi Jaimini, the divine incarnation, explained mathematical part (Ganita Sastra) (theory related to calculation of planets, tithi etc) in four chapters and predictive part in another four chapters. Through these four chapters on Predictive part He enumerated means to predict good and bad results for all lives including animals, to determine the longevity, the knowledge about netherworlds, predictions regarding the lives of kings, using Karaka, lagna, drekkana and navamsa. Somanatha mentioned the various topics discussed in the Jaimini Sutras chapter wise in the following lines.
अन ्शा  े
 
ूथमााय  े
 
 ंा
 
काक
 
पद 
 
ाजयोगाद 
 
नणयत  े
 
asmin
śā
stre pratham
ā
dhy
ā
ye sa
 jñ
ā
 k
ā
raka pada r
ā
 jayog
ā
di nir
ṇī
yate |
Translation:
In this Upadesa sasthra, Sage Jaimini explained the significations of signs, karaka planets, Arudha Pada, Rajayoga and their respective results in the first chapter.
Explanation:
 There are four chapters each comprising four padas (quarter) and hence resulting in total 16 padas. First quarter contains 35 sutras and discusses
 
Rasi Drishis
 
Argala
 
Chara karaka
 Atma Karaka (AK) etc.
 
Arudha Pada Second quarter contains 121 sutras, discusses Karakamsa and houses from Karakamsa Lagna. 3
rd
 quarter contains 45 sutras, explains various Dhana and Rajayogas from Arudha Lagna (AL). Fourth quarter deals with the spouse, children, brothers and devotion from Upapada lagna (UL) in 49 sutras. So, in total, the first Chapter contains 250 sutras. This chapter lists
40 dasa systems
 in total.
तीयााय  े  ु
 
ल
 
काक
 
आय  ुदा  र
 
दशावश  ेषाद।
 
dvit
ī
y
ā
dhy
ā
yetu lagna k
ā
raka
ā
yurd
ā
ya da
śā
vi
ś
e
ṣā
di |
 
Translation:
In
 
second Adhyaya (Chapter), calculation of longevity from natal lagna and Karaka lagna, determination of maraca planets, various dasa systems and their respective calculation were discussed.
तीयाय  े
 
चा ंशशानयन ं
 
dvit
ī
y
ā
dhyaye catv
ā
ri
ṁś
adda
śā
nayana
 |
Translation:
 Forty sign dasas and their calculation were explained in 2
nd
 chapter.
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