Prospects for Deve Gowda
Dr. Shanker Adawal (Jyotishaacharya, PHD, MBA)Published in Starteller, April 2006
Mercury is in the 3rd house from Moon, in the house of Mars with Venus and Sunahead of it. Sun is hemmed in-between Mercury and Venus. This shows that he hadnot been adequately supported by the people in power, during various times of hislife, more so in future. Till the end of 2006, the native will be able to maintain someposition in the party or elsewhere, but he should be careful with respect to his healthand family matters.H.D. Deve Gowda had been the Prime Minister of India between 1996 and 1997. Alarge number of diverse political outfits combined to make him the PM. He did nothave adequate strength in Parliament; the prime objective at that time was to keepBJP out.He shares his Cancer ascendant with Bill Clinton, Saddam Hussain, Jawahar LalNehru, Indira Gandhi and V.P. Singh. This is the most conducive ascendant forpoliticians, as these natives have a hard exterior, but are sympathetic, Caring andfriendly. They possess a lot of self-confidence and display the initiative and power tooutshine others. They have reliable friends as well as dangerous enemies.Shri. Deve Gowda has completed 72 years on 18 May 2005. Let us analyse his futureprospects, as per the Bhrigu Nadi techniques.
Methodology in Bhrigu Nadi System
In Bhrigu Nadi system, the methodology to be followed in analyzing the events are(i) there is no concept of ascendant; (ii) the horoscope should be drawn with Aries asNo. 1 i.e. the first Sign;(iii) Importance is given to the rotation of Jupiter; (iv) Jupiter stays in each Sign fora period of approximately 12 years.Example: Jupiter in a native’s horoscope is in Aries. Therefore, for all practicalpurposes, we consider Jupiter to be in Aries for a period of 12 years and itsconjunction/opposition etc. with other planets will determine the broad events in thefirst 12 years for the native. We only take the 7th aspect into consideration and noother aspect, which is again a deviation to be remembered. Great importance isgiven to (a) the Sign in which the planet is posited; (b) the conjunction of theplanets (c) the planet which leads in the conjunction in terms of its degrees; (d)planets which are in the 12th house of a particular planet; (e) planets which are inthe next house of the Sign in which a particular planet is placed; and (f) planetswhich are opposite to the concerned planet. The planet will imbibe the quality of theplanets, of which it is a Dispositor. If Saturn is a dispositor of Jupiter and Mercury, itwill change its character accordingly and give ascribed results.Therefore, for each 12 years, the ascendant would be the Sign where Jupiter isplaced governing the events of those 12 years, and then for the next 12 years it willbe rotated in the next house, which will govern the events for the next 12 years and