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Tajika Yogāḥ Ikkavala: Grahas in Kendra or Panaphara (2, 5, 8, 11) give good results.

Indubāra: Grahas in Apoklima (3, 6, 9, 12) give inauspicious results. Ittaśāla: a. Vartamana – [existing, abiding] Grahas are within dīptāmśa and the faster moving graha has a lower ecliptical longitude. b. Pūrṇā – the faster graha is within 1°of the slower graha. This gives immediate fruition. c. Bhaviṣyat – [about to become, future] two grahas are in a house relationship but without dīptāmśa relationship but the faster moving graha is at a lower degree so the event will eventually occur. Look for additional strengths or weaknesses with placement association, friendly sign, etc. Īśarāpha: The faster graha is ahead of the slower graha. This gives failure and disappointment. Nakta: Lagneśa and Karyeśa without dīpāmśa or rāśi relationship but another fast moving graha who has aspect with both of the L & K is linking their dīptāmśas. Results required through a middleman or 3rd party. Example: Me & Sa in a 6/8 relationship; Mo is 5 away from Me & 4 away from Sa thereby linking the dīptāmśas of Me and Sa. Yamayā: Any graha linking aspects of Lagneśa and Karyeśa that aren’t in an aspecting relationship. Example: Ju(in 10) links Lagneśa (Ve7, in 7th) & Karyeśa (Moon4, in 8th) with 4/10 & 3/11 aspects. Maṇaū:

Adhama Kambūla . 1. Uttama Madhyama – Lagneśa/Karyeśa at least Sva in D-3. Strength based on… a. Adhama Kambūla . Hadda? With Moon’s relationship while Moon is ordinary.L/K in IŚY while being nicca with Moon participating but ordinary. .L/K in IŚY dignified in D-1. 9. l.L/K in IŚY and ordinary while Moon participates.L/K in IŚY and strongly conditioned while Moon participates but is nicca k. 9. Uttama – Moon joins two grahas that are in Itthaśāla Yoga while being (Mo) in exalted condition. i. j. Uttamottama – When the Moon relates with at least 1 graha that makes Itthaśāla and all grahas strong. Madhyama Madhyama – L/K in IŚY with ordinary placement but placed well in D-3. Sa /Ma aspect on the faster graha from 1. f. (or 10 with Sa) away. Madhyama .L/K in IŚY with Moon participating and all grahas are weakly conditioned. e. Success assured but only with hard work. h. Gives unsuccessful results. 9. being nicca or in enemies rāśi. b. c. Kambūla Auspicious (mostly) for success. 4. 30 and in Itthaśāla Yoga with each other with the Moon’s influence who is sva/ucca. g. Uttamādhama – [best of worst] L/K in IŚY occupy enemy’s signs/nica while Moon has IŚY with at least one graha while being (Mo) sva/ucca. Adhamottma . d. Madhyamottama – Two grahas in IŚY with Moon’s involvement while the Mo is in ordinary condition. Success but with effort/difficulty.Itthaśāla yoga exists. Adhama Kambūla . 7. Madhyama – L/K in IŚY with Moon’s involvement while all grahas are ordinary.

Phalam: Begins with progress. possibly a superior officer. this portends ill. b. One of these grahas is in Itthaśāla Yoga with another graha who is strong. A weak graha associated with two grahas forming Itthaśāla Yoga will hinder desired results especially while the weak graha is combust. Kallāsara Itthaśāla Yoga exists between the Lagneśa and Karyeśa while the Moon is devoid of any condition (either +/-). Phala: Inauspicious. Upon entering the next rāśi. c. Phalam: this will show good effects to the query. then progress arrests (नशयित). Raḍḍa “Cancellation” a. The Moon’s dīptāmśa also doesn’t interact with the L/K. Relationship with either one of the L/K is OK. Duḥ Phalikutha A slower moving graha who hold strength and forms Itthaśāla with a faster moving graha that is in ordinary strength. Case of Containment]. the Moon forms Kambūla Yoga. Lagneśa in Apoklima while Karyeśa is weak in Kendra. enemy’s rāśi. nicca. A graha in apoklima having Itthaśāla Yoga with a graha in Kendra gives a disappointing start with a positive ending.Gairi Kambūla Lagneśa and Karyeśa form Itthaśāla Yoga. in enemy’s rāśi. destroys Kambūla Yoga [Lit. ordinary conditioned Moon (not in relationship to L & K) at the final 1° of a rāśi. Example: Aries lagna. Phala: Achievement of the desired results become possible with the help of another. Dūtthottha Lagneśa / Karyeśa are weak (combust. is not conducive to success. etc. retrograde). I . This foreshadows success whereas if the faster moving graha is the weak participant.

Ucca 3. Saturn 9. Saturn are stronger in the latter half of night 7. 11) 11. Moon. (This is similar to Bhaviśyat Ittha ऽ āla Yogam). Association/Aspect by SC NB 5. Male graha are strong in odd signs while female grahas are strong in even signs Dur(ḥ)pha Weaknesses – in descending order . Mars 8. Jupiter. Mars in 10th and Shani in 4th (w/o Itthaśāla Yoga). Sva.and Job= Mars and Shani. Graha in the Lagna b. Tambīra Lagneśa / Karyeśa not in Itthaśāla Yoga but the faster moving planet is in the last degree of a sign→once it goes into the next rāśi. Venus. Fulfills desires. Puṃ Liṅgam grahas are stronger during the day – Sun. Itthaśāla is formed. Grahas in Cara rāśi are strong (2. Moon. Mars are strong in the afternoon (when w/o combust) 6. Stable = free of combustion and not retrograde 4. a. Mercury. Strong = Puṃ grahas in Bhavāḥ 11-3 /Strī grahas in 4-10 12. Grahas in Leo Navāmśa are weak 10. Kuttha Strengths – in descending order 1. 5. Strī Liṅgam grahas stronger at night – Venus. Jupiter. 8. Sva Guru in 9th gives Itthaśāla with Mars so success is there. Graha in Āpoklima 2. Graha in Panaphara c.

10 5.Other factors hindering results – 1. 7. Graha in Leo Navāmśa . Aspected by a cruel planet from 1.1. Graha in Itthaśāla Yoga with a weak planet makes that first graha weaker . asp/ass with Natural Malifics 4. nicca. Grahas in enemies sign. Grahas in Trikasthāna are weak 2. Retrograde grahas are weak 3. Graha not aspecting the Lagna 2. 4.