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Basic Information/Tables For Various Systems of Vedic Analysis

Basic Information &Tables For Various Systems of Vedic Analysis For KP significator information, please visit KP Workshop For SP Khullar's KCIL significator information, please visit SP Khullar Revised Book Index
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Signs

Signs
The Directions in a Prasna Analysis are identified from the placement of the significator planet in a particular sign: Fire Signs rule East, Earth Signs rule South, Air Signs rule West, and Water Signs rule North. Fire: Action oriented, energetic, willing to take charge, (temperamental, impulsive, impatient). Earth: Stable, responsible, down to earth, practical, (controlling, stubborn, possessive). Air: Intelligent, witty, adaptable, friendly, (impractical, too mecurial, overly optimistic or unrealistically idealistic.) Water: Intuitive, conscientious, sensitive, sympathetic, (overly sensitive, imbalanced emotionally, too sensitive, too submissive.)
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Houses

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Planets: Karakas and Karakatwas


Each planet has certain things which it is significator for, or certain things it represents. The significator is called the the Karaka and the things represented are the Karakatwas.

Sun, Mars, and Jupiter are Male, Moon, Venus, and Rahu are Female. Mercury, Saturn, and Ketu are Eunuchs. The Sun, Moon, Mercury, and Venus have a royal nature, Jupiter is saintly, while Mars, Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu have a cruel nature.

Traditional Vedic Combustion

Combustion Chart for System's Approach


by VK Choudhry

Planetary Dignities:
Parashara Identifies Nine Planetary Conditions with Respect to Planetary Dignities, and these are Listed in Descending Order from the Happiest to the Unhappiest Conditions:

1. Exaltation: 2. Mooltrikona: 3. Own Sign: 4. Best Friend: 5. Friend: 6. Neutral: 7. Enemy: 8. Worst Enemy: 9. Debilitated Traditional Vedic Exalted/Debilitated Planets:
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Highest Degrees of Exaltation & Debilitation

Exaltation and Debilitation Chart for Systems' Approach


by VK Choudhry

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Traditional Vedic Permanent Plantary Relationships*

*Note: Others modifications must also be factored into these Permanent Relationships for each individual Chart. For example, Planets in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, & 12th from the Sign in which a Planet is located in a Chart, counting that sign as the first, are regarded as its Temporary Friends. Planets in the same sign or in the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th from it are regarded as its Temporary Enemies. So the Relationships must be evaluated according to both their Permanent and Composite structures.

Traditional Vedic Composite Planetary Relationships

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Traditional Vedic House Rulership Table

and Temporal Disposition of Planets


A = Auspicious, I = Inauspicious, N = Neutral, * = Very Auspicious Raja Yoga Karaka

Functional Malefics for Systems' Approach by VK Choudhry


RAHU and KETU are Functional Malefics for ALL Signs: In the Systems' Approach, the rest of the planets are Benefics: there are no Neutrals.

Traditional Vedic Mooltrikona Positions for Planets

Mooltrikona Positions for Systems' Approach by VK Choudhry

Traditional Vedic Dig Bala: (Directional Strength of Planets)

Traditional Vedic Planetary Vimshottari Dasa Periods

Various House Significators (General Planetary Significators)

Yogakaraka Planets for Systems' Approach by VK Choudhry

The Positive

Traits

of

the

Evil

Houses

are

as

under:

6th House: Sound financial position, victory over enemies, and no apprehension of

losses

through

theft

and

fire.

8th House: Long life, financial gains to the father, gains through inheritance, draw of lots and unearned wealth, continuity of marital tie, etc.. 12 House: Good sleep, staying together with the spouse, gains from foreign lands, no apprehension of imprisonment and hospitalizations, comforts and luxurious life. The positive traits of evil houses, which contain mooltrikona signs, fructify when their lords are strong, well placed, and un-afflicted. Average Planetary Speeds:

If the planet's increment is less than the average motion of the planet, it is moving slowly, if the increment is larger than the average motion of the planet, it is moving fast. Planets appear to slow down, so to speak, when they are about to station retrograde, and are also slow when they about to station direct. Sun: Approximate Moon: Normal speed approximate is speed is 59' 10' 08" 36" (average) to 13'

Mars: Normal approximate speed is 30' to 45' per day (31' 27" average) Mercury: Normal Venus: Normal approximate approximate speed speed is is 59' 59' 08" 08"

Jupiter: Normal approximate speed is 5' per day (4' 59" is average) Saturn: Normal approximate speed is 2' per day (2' 01" is average)

Rahu and Ketu: Normal approximate speed is 03' per day

Divisional Charts

Shodash Varga Charts in Vedic Astrology


Life is complex and multi-dimensional. Vedic Astrology intends to address the complexities and reveal the various dimension of human life in astrological way. Various Lagnas, Varga Charts or divisional charts, Dasha systems etc are nothing but a way to know the complexed human life and understand the manifested and hidden dimensions of life. But some insincere astrologers take the provision of various Ascendants, Divisional charts, Dasha Systems in Vedic Astrology very casually and due to their ignorance and incapability to understand the very purpose

of these provisions, they jump to say in temptation that Vedic Hindu Astrology is confusing and is mess of theories & Principles. While reality is different. If we understand the purpose of inclusion of these, we will feel highly indebted to its originators. Merely Rashi Chart cannot reveal all aspects of life. For example, if there is need of considering educational prospect of a native, all related factors required to bring under scanner . Education is not an independent thing that has to come to the native singularly. In the course of his education, several factors would be in force to influence his education. For this, there would be need to understand students inclination, approach, inquisitiveness, intelligence, grasping level, memory etc. Besides, there would be need to understand obstacles, competition, companion on the path and environment at home, school/college, society also. Thereafter, his performance and success in education can be assessed. Hence, to take account of all such factors there should be different-different tools Lagna Chart alone will not give entire picture. Various Lagnas, Charts, Dasha Systems etc are few tools which are used to consider all factors and arrive at a definite conclusion. Maharshi Parashar has advocated to use Varga Chart in addition to other tools to understand the particular aspect of life. For example if there is need of knowing all about of life partner from a horoscope of other partner, what is way of knowing it, because all about of life partner covers various aspects and will birth (D-1) chart only be capable to indicate satisfactorily? No doubt Planets (as per Bhava Karaka, Sthir Karaka and Char karaka), Signs (as per elements, Quality and Polarity) and Houses (as per Kendra, Trikon, Trik, Upachaya, Panaphara and Apoklim) of Natal chart reveal the same in broad way but it finds expression if the matter is studied alongwith respective lagna, planet, divisional chart etc. In case of life partner, 7th house in D-1 shows approach towards relationship, 7th house in D-9 indicates traits and character of partner & 7th from Venus distance from the location of partner, Upapada gives hints of type of marriage, Upapada Lord stands for status of wife, 7th from Upapada may reveal impediments in marriage, Al from UL meeting place of partners, 2nd and 8th from UL determins the longevity of marriage, Sexual desire is expressed by Saptamarudha, Venus gives native an opportunity to experience the relationship. Thus, we see that the concept of Divisional Charts & others in Parashari & Jaimini System are how much essential. Parashara had mentioned about 16 Vargas. Each Varga has 12 houses. Therefore, Shodash Varga Chart will give us 192 (16 x 12) bhavas representing variety of aspects of human life. Varga Charts indicate Promise, Potential Resource, and materialization of an event. Resource is indicated by a particular bhava -bhavesha, occupant and other associated planets with the bhava. Potentiality is determined by their strength, avasthas etc. In other word, if any aspect of life is required to be studied then we will have to consider on a) Bhavas obtained by concerned D-Chart of Shodashvarga b) Bhava lords Sign Lords occupying a particular Bhava. c) Karaka of concerned Varga and Bhava. And result of such assessed promise will be experienced by the native at the time of operation Dasha period of concerned planet(s). Result will be delivered as per the resource available (indicated by functional nature of planet, Yoga formed due to accidental placement and other influence, planetary strength in Shadabala, Vimshopaka Bala and Ashtakvarga Bala) in the horoscope. Shodas Vargas have been classified in the following four groups: a) Shadvarga: Rashi Chart (D-1), Hora Chart (D-2), Dreshkona Chart (D-3), Navamsha Chart (D-9), Dwadashamsha Chart (D-12) and Trishamsha Chart (D30). Shadvarga is important because 15 points out of 20 points of Vimsopaka Bala fall in this classification. f planet is in 2,3,4,5 or 6 good vargas (exaltation,

moolatrikona, own, friendly signs, or a sign that is owned by a planet ruling an angle (1,4,7,10) from the arudha, then it is called kimshuka, vyanjana, chaamara, chatra, kundala. b) Saptavarga: Shadvarga and Saptamamsha Chart (D-7). If in good vargas in all seven, it is called Mukuta. c) Dashavarga: Saptavarga and Dashamsha Chart (D-10), Shodashamsha (Khalamsha) Chart (D16) and Shastiamsha (D-60). Planets in good vargas in this classification are from 2 to 10 vargas: Parijaat, uttam, gopur, simhasan, parvat, devlok, brahmalok, shakravahan, shridham. d) Shodhasvarga: Dashavarga and Chaturthamsha Chart, Vimshamsha Chart, Chaturvimshamsha Chart, Saptavisamsa (Bhamsha) Chart, Khavedamsha Chart and Akshavedamsha Chart. Planets in 2 to 16 good vargas: (according to BPHS) Bhedaka, kusuma, naga pushpa, kanduka, kerala, Kalpavriksha, chandanvana, poornachandra, uchcheshrava, dhanvantari, suryakaanta, vidruma, shakra simhasana, gauloka and shrivallabha.

Role and Significance of Varga Charts


1. Rashi Chart {30 degree}: D-1 is the basic chart from where horoscopic study of destiny begins. This chart indicates physical body and its related activities. The other divisional charts are sub-divisions of this chart. 2. Hora chart {15degree}: D-2 chart deals with wealth, sustenance, money matters. This chart helps in understanding the wealth position and financial matters of a native. Male planets in the Sun's Hora are taken as beneficial while female planets are effective in the Moon's Hora. If maximum planets are in the Sun's Hora it is said that the native earns money as a result of hard work but the quantum of wealth may be very good. If Moons Hora predominates, the earning will be relatively easy. However, this is subject to the Dhan yoga formed in the horoscope. 3. Dreshkanna {10degree}: D-3 chart indicates all about Co-born ( brother, sister). This chart is important for longevity analysis. Planets falling in 22nd Dreshkona, Sarpa Dreshkona and Phasha Dreshkona are not considered good for the native and his health. 4. Chathurthamsa or Turyeeamsa {7degree 30}: D-4 chart indicates residence, fortune, overall happiness, fixed assets, property both in the form of property and worldly attachments 5. Saptamsa {4degree 17 8.57}: D-7 chart indicates procreative power. Progeny related matters are seen from this chart. 6. Navamsa or Dharmamsa {3degree20}: D-9 chart is most important in predictive Astrology. It complementary chart to the birth chart wherein planetary strength is assessed. An exalted planet in the birth chart (if it debilitates in the Navamsha) may not give very good results or its effects can get diluted. However, a planet getting empowered in D-9 by getting vargottama or by getting exalted will give good results. This chart indicates

all about marriage, spouse, partners and skills of the native. In Vedic Predictive Astrology, D-9 Chart is said essential to consult for accurate prediction. The lord of 64th Navamsha from the Moon becomes highly important for the calculation of Longevity and the Maraka dasa. 7. Dasamsa or Swargamsa {3 degree}: D-10 chart indicates Mahat Phalam i.e. the result which indicates the standing and status of the native in society on account of the interaction of fate and action. Normally this chart is consulted for getting clear idea about Career, Profession, Occupation, Work etc. The placement and avashtha of the tenth lord of the birth chart is important here. Apart from that the rashi rising in the 10th house of this divisional chart and the influence on the 10th house has also to be considered, to judge the profession and any professional growth or fall of the native. 8. Dwadasamsa or Suryamsa {2degree30}: D-12 chart shows about Parents, their well-being, health, longevity. In this chart Sun represents father and Moon represents mother. Influence on the 4th, 9th and 10th also should be taken into account. The Lord of the 88th Dwadashamsha is important in longevity analysis. This chart also is said to reveal whether a person inherits a disease from his parents. 9. Shodasamsa or Kalamsa {1degree5230}: D-16 chart indicates about Vehicles, Conveyance, Luxuries, Happiness, Accident from Vehiclele, Inner strength of the character. In this chart, Venus, 4H and 4L are to been. Malefic influence on these factors shows worry from Vehicles etc. 10. Vimsamsa {1degree30}: D-20 chart tells about Spiritualism and progress in this field, worship of deity, leaning towards a particular sect. 11. Chaturvimamsa or Siddhamsa {1degree15}: D-24 chart is seen for gaining idea of Education, Learning, success in competition etc. 12. Bhamsa or Nakshatramsa or Saptavisamsa {1degree640}: D27chart indicates general physical and inner strength and weakness of native. 13. Trimsamsa {1degree}: D-30 chart is consulted to ascertain the difficulties, evils and miseries coming through mishappenings and diseases for a particular native. This chart indicates inclination of natural traits based on Trigunas Swatic, Rajas and Tamas. 14. Chatvarimsamsa or Khavedamsa or Swavedamsa {45}: D-40 chart generally indicates the auspicious and inauspicious effects of horoscope. Matrilineal legacy is also seen from this chart.

15. Akashvedamsa {40}: D-45 chart shows the character of the native. Paternal legacy is also seen from this chart. 16. Shastiamsha {30}: D-60 chart shows Past Karma, repayment of deeds of the past lives. D-1 and D-60 are complementary to each other. D1 chart indicate when and D-60 tells why events happen in the life of the native. Maharishi Parashara has given lots of importance to this chart and has advised to consult this chart for every prediction.

Five levels of Shodash Varga Charts


1. Physical plane: First cycle covers physical level signified by the possible charts from D-1 to D-12. In this cycle included Parasari D-chars are - D-1 indicates Physical body, D-2 - Means of sustenance (sampanata), D-3 - Co-born, D-4 property and fortune, D-7 Progeny, D-9 - Spouse, D-10 Karma, profession, D12 - Parents. [Later Research minded astrologers have included D-5 (Power), D-6 (Struggle, Physical Labour, disease), D-8 (Death), D-11 (Gains) charts also in this cycle].

2. Conscious mental plane: Second cycle covers conscious level signified by possible charts from D13 to D24. In this cycle included Parasari D-chars are - D16 (12+4) ruling over mental happiness, luxuries, vehicles etc, D20 (12+8) ruling over occult studies, spiritualism, religiosity etc and D24 (12+12) Ruling Siddhis, accomplishments in any branch of learning and vocational studies, success in education.

3. Sub-conscious mental plane: Third cycle covers sub-conscious level signified by possible charts from D-25 to D-36 charts. In this cycle included Parasari Dchars are - D27 (24+3) showing strength and weaknesses of the native e.g. Sunsoul, Moon-mind, Mars-physical strength, Mercury-speech, Jupiter-wisdom, Venushappiness, Saturn-Sorrow, Rahu-ego, Ketu-mistakes, D30 (24+6) Leo and Cancer, the signs covered in D-2, are not included in D-30, which is dealing in Death and Disease.

4. Sprit or pitras: Fourth cycle covers super-conscious level signified by possible charts from D-36 to D-48. In this cycle included Parasari D-chars are D-40 (36+4) Maternal Ancestors, and D-45 (36+9) paternal ancestors.

5. Past births of the native: Fifth cycle covers supra-conscious level signified by possible charts from D-49 to D-48. In this cycle included Parasari D-chars are D60 indicating heritage of the past Karma, which are responsible for present birth. A planet in malefic shashtiamsha is not capable to give lasting good results on account of the past bad Karma.

Nakshatra Table

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Divisional Chart Assessment of Strength/Weakness


Natural Benefics in Divisional Charts: Jupiter, Venus, Mercury Moon ONLY when in its own sign or exalted in divisional chart. Natural Malefics in Divisional Charts: Sun, Mars, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu.

To help differentiate between Rasi and Divisional Chart strengths and weaknesses, please consider the following terms: Well Conditioned and strength and weakness. Poorly Conditioned used for Rasi description of

Strong and Weak used for Divisional description of strength and weakness. Sole Enemies: Counting from Vimshottari Dasha, it will always be the 6th planet)

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REMEMBER CONFLUENCE COUNTS (THE HAPPY MEDIUM FOR ASSESSING AND MEETING ALL CONSIDERATIONS). Use common sense: IF A PLANET HAS DIG BALA, BUT IT IS ASPECTED BY ITS ENEMY AND EVERY NATURAL MALEFIC IN THE CHART HOW GOOD CAN IT REALLY BE? Additional Considerations:

There are several ways in which a planet in the Rasi will influence all or some of the Divisional Charts:

1. 2. 3.

When Retrograde in Rasi (Strength) Combust (Weakens) Planetary War (if defeated, it weakens)

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If a planet participates in certain Graha Yogas additional strength or weakness can occur.

Planetary Relationships

*Not specified by tradition, although some Jyotishis use the friends, neutrals and enemies of Saturn for Rahu and of Mars for Ketu. Sankhya Yogas: The geometric formations and Houses involved in these Yogas are:

Varieties

of

Sankhya

Yogas:

1. 2.

Papa Sankhya Yoga formation made up of primarily malefics. Shubha Sankhya Yoga benefics in 3/11, 2/12/ or 6/8 house placements. These placements all involve dusthanas, however, the other houses may be listed also.

3. 4.

Mishra Sankhya Yoga same house distribution as the Papa Sankhya Yoga, but a benefic in one house and a malefic in the other. Rahu and Ketu themselves do not form Papa Sankha Yogas across the 1/7 or 4/10 axis.