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Turyamsa/Chaturthamsa (D-4) chart

# Turyamsa/Chaturthamsa (D-4) chart

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Turyamsa
Visti Larsen
1.1 Introduction

The Chathurthamsa or the Turyamsa, as it\u2019s also called, is the Varga Division of the 4th
house.
Being within the material plane (D1-D12) it would indicate the immovable material
property, such as home, lands buildings, etc. all of which belong to the 4th house
indications. \u2018Vahana\u2019 or vehicles are not to be seen from this varga, readers are referred
to the Shodasamsa (D-16) for the same.

1.2 Description and Calculation
Maharishi Parasara states the following in the use of the Turyamsa:
tuya\u00a1ze \u00c9aGyicNtnm!
.7-2.
tury\u00e4\u00e0\u00e7e bh\u00e4gyacintanam |7-2|
\u201cThe 4th division throws light on fortunes.\u201d
The calculation of the Turyamsa is given as follows:
Sv]RidkeN\u00d4ptyStuya\u00a1zeza> i\u00c7yaid;u,
\u201cThe 4 Kendra from the sign itself, are lords of the 4 divisions respectively.\u201d

In other words, the lord of the 1st Turyamsa is the sign itself. The lord of the 2nd
Turyamsa is the 4th from the sign, and etc.
As 1 sign (30 degrees) has 4 Turyamsa, this corresponds to; 30/4 = 7:30 degrees per
Turyamsa.

A quick table for reference is given:
Signs:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0 -
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
7:30 -
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
15:00 -
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
22:30 - 10 11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Later Maharishi Parasara describes the 4 Devas of the Turyamsa:
snkZc snNdZc k\u2026marZc snatn>.9.
sanaka\u00e7ca sananda\u00e7ca kum\u00e4ra\u00e7ca san\u00e4tana\u00f9||9||
\u201cThe 4 Aswini Kumara: Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanatkumara and Sanatana, lord the 1st, 2nd,
3rd and 4th divisions respectively.\u201d The use of the Devas is explained separately.
1.3 Bhavas
Being that Turyamsa is a division of the 4th house, this off course implies that the focal
point of this Varga is the 4th house itself.
\u2022 This 4th house will show our house/property, its circumstances and state, etc.
\u2022The 11th from the 4th house, gives Labhaargala on the 2nd house. The 2nd house
shows the gains we receive from our property, which could come from selling,
renting, or otherwise distributing ones property for others use.
\u2022 If the 12th house also associates with the 2nd, then the person may sell houses,
hence the personal loss of property is experienced, yet the gain of money is as
well.
\u2022 This Argala which is received from the 2nd house is obstructed by the 3rd from the
4th, namely the 6th house, which shows how the competition or enemy may deny
ones own gains.
\u2022The 2nd from the 4th is the 5th house, which gives Dhanaargala on the 4th house.

The 5th shows how ones followers, or children, tend to use the house, be it to spoil
(malefics) it or restore it (benefics). This also shows how ones own power and
authority may influence the house.

\u2022 This is however obstructed by the 3rd house which is the 12th from the 4th house.
This shows the lease of the house for others use, such as renting and etc, or simply
not being home, whilst others use the home.
\u2022 If there is a connection between the 2nd and 3rd houses, the person may earn
money by leasing their house/property.
\u2022 The 4th from the 4th gives Sukhaargala on the 4th house activities, and is the 7th
house. The 7th house shows business, contracts or agreements, which helps one
attain more property.
\u2022 This Sukhaargala is obstructed by the Lagna, being the native, showing how the
natives own ideals may lead them to different properties, or even estrange them
from owning properties.
\u2022The 10th house, opposing the 4th, would definitely bring this purpose of estranging

the person from the home, and the person could wander from house to house,
either due to renouncing their own home, or due to their occupation, which
prevents them from staying home.

\u2022 Similarly the other bhavas should be understood from the 4th house.
\u2022 The Arudha of the 4th house, we can call Chathurpada (A4), will show the image
associated with the property. A king will have a very fortunate Bhoomi Arudha,
yet may live in a small Hut if the 4th house supports it.
\u2022 The Maraka Sthana (2nd and 7th) from the 4th house and its Arudha, are important
to see the destruction of property/buildings, etc.
1.4 Planets and Karakas
The Karaka/significator for lands (bhoomi) is Mars, whilst that of buildings (griha) is
Ketu. These two are important in judging the quality of the property.
Saturn is the prime enemy of Mars, and when associated with the 4th house can cause a
lot of damage to the land and building, in the form of cracks, leaks etc.

If Saturn is placed in the 4th house, whilst Mars is in the 10th house, then Mars will attempt to protect the property from Saturn. This can lead to fires, etc as Mars will destroy the house rather than let Saturn have its way.

The type of house can be seen from the planetary influences on the 4th house.
Maharishi Jaimini Upadesa Sutras, slokas 1.2.42-47, gives us the following
combinations:

If there are exalted planets in the 4th, the residence is large.
Sun indicates huts, thatched houses, placed in open areas.
Moon indicates a palatial building, especially when associated with Venus.
Mars and Ketu indicate a brick or clay house, which can withstand the winds of Saturn.
Jupiter indicates a house made of wood.
Saturn and Rahu may indicate a house made of stones or rocks, or such materials.
Mercury creates a building of mixed influence.. I.e. made of both wood and bricks. This
will depend on other grahas influencing Mercury.

If the 4th house is a movable sign the native may have many houses in various places, as per Vyankatesh Sharma (Sarvath Chintamani). Similarly a fixed 4th house will keep the person in 1 place.

Some examples will clarify this.