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SPECIAL FEATURES OF TAJIKA The Tajika system has certain special features which make it distinct.

This system is also called Varshaphala. This system is solar based. The solar year for a native begins every time when the Sun returns to the same longitude as it had at the time of birth of the native. Special features of Tajika: 1. specified duration: One Varshaphala chart or annual char applies to a specified period of one year only and extends from one solar year to next. For any subsequent year of life, another varsha-kundali has to be prepared. 2. A transit chart: The annual chart is basically a transit chart. Being a transit chart, the varshaphala does not apply independent of the birth chart. What is not promised in the birth chart is not likely to materialize whether or not the annual chart indicates it. 3. Aspects: In Tajika aspects are as follows. a) Friendly aspect: A planet exerts a friendly aspect on houses or planets placed in the houses 3,5,9 and 11 when counted from itself. Similerly it receives aspect. In other words planets placed in the houses 3,5,9 and 11 from each other become friends. The friendly aspect is further divided into two types. Very friendly (Pratyaksha Mitra): Between planets located in 5/9 from each other. Seretly friendly ( Gupta Mitra): Between planets located in 3/11 axis. b) Inimical (Shatru Drishti): Planets become enemies of each other when they are located in kendras from each other. The inimical aspect is also of two types. Openly inimical (Pratyaksha Shatru): Between planets located in 1/7 axis. Secretly inimical ( Gupta Shatr) : Between planets located in 4/10 axis. c) Neutra or No aspect ( Sama Drishti): Between planets located in 6/8 or 2/12 axes. 4. Sex of the planets: According to Tajika, Sun, Mars and Jupiter are male planets. Moon, Mercury, Venus and Saturn are female planets. The male planets get strength during day time and female planets get strength during night time. 5. Lord of the year: One of the seven planets (from Sun to Saturn) becomes the lord of that particular year. The events of the year are influenced by the strength and disposition of the Lord of the year. The Lord of the year is also called Varshesha or Varsheswara. 6. SixteenYogas: In Tajika system only16 yogas are described. These are different from Parasari yogas. The analysis of yogas is applied in Horary chart also. 7. Sahams: These are sensitive points. This is a unique feature of Tajika system. Each saham is ment for each aspect of life, that may happen, during that year. 8. Muntha: Muntha is another sensitive point and generally auspicious point in the annual chart. The location of Muntha, Muntha lord and aspect of other planets on Muntha are all important in analyzing the results of annual chart. 9. Tri-Pataki charka: In the tripataki charka, the benefic and malefic influence of other planets on Moon are generally considered.