PREDICITING SECOND MARRIAGE Part 2

I’ll continue the article with some more combinations for a Second Marriage

  1. More combinations for Second Marriage
  2. 2nd and 7th house heavily afflicted by malefic planet/s and Mars placed in 7th house and Saturn placed in 8th house indicates possibility of two marriages.
  3. Lord of 6th/8th house placed in 7th house/ascendant and heavily influenced by malefic/s indicates severe sickness or death of first wife.
  4. Saturn and Mercury conjunction in 7th house and two or more planets placed in 11th house indicate two marriages.
  5. Lord of ascendant placed in 8th house and Saturn posited in 12th house indicates multiple marriage.
  6. Lord of ascendant placed in 8th house and 2nd and 7th house/lords are in affliction indicates more than one marriage.
  7. Lords of 2nd and 12th house conjoined in 3rd house and aspected by Jupiter/lord of 9th house, the native will have many spouses.
  8. 7th and 8th house occupied by malefic planet/s having bad aspects and Mars placed in 12th house increases the opportunity for second marriage.
  9. In female horoscope if Saturn is occupying 7th house Sun is placed in trine and Jupiter conjunct /aspect Moon in 12th house and 4th and 12th house are in heavily affliction indicates chances of remarriage.
  10. Leo as Ascendant and the 7th lord in the 9th with lord there of
  11. Aquarius as Ascendant and the Sun in the 9th associated with the lord of the 8th
  12. Libra as Ascendant and Mars in As­cendant and Jupiter in the 7th or aspecting the 7th
  13. Virgo as Ascendant and the 7th lord associated with the Sun—Venus aspected by Saturn and Rahu in the 3rd
  14. Pisces as Ascendant, lord of the 7th with the Sun in the 2nd, Venus and Rahu in the 4th, the Moon in the 9th
  15. Cancer as Ascendant, Saturn in the8th, Mars in the 4th, Saturn in the 7th from Venus
  16. Taurus as Ascendant Saturn in the 8th the 7th lord in debilitation the Sun in the 2nd
  17. When will second marriage take place?
  18. Second marriage takes place during the Mahadasha /Antardasha of lord of 3rd/9th house or planet/s related to 3rd/9th house/lord.
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PREDICITING SECOND MARRIAGE

  1. Remarriage Or a second marriage  takes place after a previous marital union has ended, either  through divorce or widowhood due to some accident, murder,  or natural death due to a disease  or heart attach or in the war    Some individuals are more likely to remarry than others; the likelihood can differ based on previous relationship status,  level of interest in establishing a new romantic or responsibility to bring up children .
  2. For a Hindu woman of an orthodox family a second marriage was never encouraged in earlier times. But in the changed times, that taboo is not there due to necessity.
  3. We astrologers also advise the widowed women to marry when we find it suitable to advise such women as they would heed to our advice.
  4. Astrological factors responsible for re- marriage or second marriage may be given in a broader sense as follows: –
  • Ascendant – nature and aptitude ,mind and taste, self identity
  • 2nd house/lord- longevity of spouse, family life
  • 7th house/lord – love and matrimony, law suits, wife or husband
  • 9th house/lord- Signi ficator of second marriage
  • Venus – Significator of wife
  • Jupiter – Significator of husband

The following combinations are time tested and also given in Speeaking tree

 

  1. THE SEVENTH LORD in a horoscope represents spouse of the native. This seventh house and its lord play a major role in determining the beauty, status, character of the spouse. The planets which occupy the seventh house or aspect the seventh house also should be taken in to account while predicting about spouse. If   7th house/lord falling in in dual signs [Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Pisces]  indicates possibility of two marriages.
  2. A combination of Saturn-Rahu or Mars-Rahu in the seventh hosue would indicate cruel woman as spouse
  3. If 7th and 10th lord together occupies seventh house , or  If there is an  exchange of hosues between 7th and 10th lords gives an earning spouse  (a working lady ).    
  4. If second lord is placed in seventh house or seventh lord is placed in second house these natives become rich after marriage.
  5. 7th house falling in evil sign and lord of 7th house occupying a sign of depression or in a condition of retrogression or  a malefic joining the 7th house will cause two marriages, but not in the case of beneficial planet/s aspect
  6. 7th lord form ascendant/Moon placed in a dual sign and having conjunction with Venus in birth and navansha chart indicates two marriages.
  7. Rahu placed in 7th house chance for remarriage increases manifold.
  8. Malefic influences on 2nd and 7th house/lord indicates multiple marriages.
  9. Lords of 7th and 11th house are in conjunction/aspect/quadrant/tr- ine indicates more than two marriages.
  10. Two planets placed in 7th house increases the possibility of second marriage.
  11. Lord of 7th house placed in 4th house or lord of 9th house placed in 7th house indicates second marriage.
  12. Mars in 7th house and Saturn/Rahu in 8th house without having any benefic aspect represents second marriage.
  13. Lord of 7th house placed in 6th/8th/12th house and malefic  planet  like Saturn/Mars /Rahu  occupying 7th house  and a weak Venus conjoined with a natural benefic planet indicates possibility for second marriage .
  14. Mars + Venus placed in 7th house and lord of 7th house placed in 8th house and Saturn posited in 12th house indicates multiple marriages.
  15. Retrograde Jupiter in the 7th with Mars and one of them in debilitation.
  16. Venus, Saturn, the Moon and Mars in the 7th house is responsible for multiple marriages.
  17. Saturn + Rahu placed in 7th house without having any beneficial aspect of Jupiter indicates remarriage.
  18. Venus falling in Dual sign
  19. Venus occupies a sign of depression or aspected by another malefic indicates two marriages.
  20. Venus placed in the sign of debilitation in birth chart /navmansha chart and conjoin by malefic/s in birth chart
  21. Venus and lord of 7th house falling in dual or common signs in birth chart/ navmansha indicat- es two spouses.
  22. Venus in the 7th in a moveable sign in birth chart or in navmansha chart .
  23. Venus falling in even sign and lord of that house placed in exaltation sign indicates remarriage.
  24. Venus in Cancer and the Moon in the 7th indicates remarriage.
  25. More than two planets placed in 11th house increase the chances of second marriage
  26. tobe contd
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PROSPECTS OF EDUCATION AND ASTROLOGY SEP 2017

  1. I had guided children in CHOOSING their EDUCATION  and young adults  in CHOOSING  the Career.   The horoscope is examined by me  and the following aspects are taken into consideration.
  2. The SECOND HOUSE gives information about the possibility of education.
  3. The FOURTH HOUSE is the second House for the SECOND house; [Bhavath bhavam],  Hence this House should also be analyzed.
  4. Mother is the first Guru who teaches the newly born baby how to suck Milk . She nurtures  the baby like changing naps  and trains while growing.  She is the first companion .When teen age comes mother guides the daughter  while Father takes care of the Son.  4th House in vedic Astrology governs the Mother  and 9th House the Father.  Western Astrology considers  10th House for the Father.
  5. Father is the Spiritual Guru of the grown up Son . and 9th house in Astrology represents the Spirituality and also Bhaghyasthana.
  6. The fifth House can give information about the possibility of getting educational degrees like Graduation , MBA, MCA, and  MTech , PhD , MS  and research part etc. requires Bhaghyam and 9th House will take care of. and signifies knowledge & education.   
  7. Hence, it is necessary to consider the 5th and 9th Houses, while analyzing the educational capabilities of an individual.
  8. Nowadays we are seeing Students doing Engineering but joining in an IT Company getting training in Computers. I had seen many after completing Engineering degree are doing Agriculture or marketing small products and growing. 
  9. There are students not shining in education but rises to great heights in Sports. We can quote Tendulkar in this respect.
  10. We can quote more examples in Cine field also. Telugu Actors Venkatesh and Nagarjuna done Masters in US and shining in Cine field.
  11. So Astrological guidance is required at an young age.
  12. Astrology can help us a lot when it comes to knowing, assessing and understanding one’s educational scenario. It helps us to choose the right career and subjects and take a decision about going in for higher studies.

To be contd

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CHOOSING THE CAREER PATH BY THE STUDENTS BEFORE JOINING THE COURSE

I have seen in many cases that students are joined in a course by the influence of afriend or neighbors by theParents without considering the aptitude of thr Boy. Iam giving some advice to parents to consult an Astrologer before joining in the course.

CHOOSING  THE MAJOR IN DEGREE BY THE STUDENTS  BEFORE JOINING  THE COURSE  BASING ON THE STRENGTH OF THE PLANETS IN THE HOROSCOPE

  • In the Modern day there  are many options  to  choose  from  innumerable Professional Courses  and  the Parents  for that matter  Students are also  in a dilemma  at the Cross road to choose the correct path.
  • And as you’re talking about your lackluster job or about feeling lost in your career path, a well-meaning friend or relative responds with, “Well, what do you want to do?”
  • Silence.  If only it were that easy, right?  Choosing a new career—whether you want to do a drastic 180 or just make a minor shift—can seem downright impossible. There are so many options. You don’t know what you’re qualified to do.
  • At this point Astrology  comes to your Rescue  to  take the first step toward planning your dream career . Planets gives the aptitude of a Person for certain profession for the Native  to Choose  BASING ON THE PLACEMENT AND STRENGTH of THE  PLANETS in the NATAL  CHART. 
  1. Occupations related to SUN

Government  Job – Managers – Administrators – Interior decorators etc

  1. Occupations related to MOON

Nurses- Psychologists- Beverage Business – Caterers- Job s in  Irrigation Department – Fisheries etc

  1. Occupations related to MARS

Feels proud to show courage & Determination .  The Native is ambitious and prefers Military type of  Jobs- Police Department –  Surgeons also comes under his Domain . Sports  Persons  & Athletes also need the help of Mars.

  1. Occupations related to MERCURY

When  we think about Mercury the first thing that comes to our Mind is Speach- Publishing – a Writer – Accountant in an Office – a Chartered Accountant in a Firm – Internet connected  Jobs in Digital Networks – Jobs in Call Center – Journalism- Librarian – a Gardner  etc

  1. Occupations related to JUPITER

Judges – Professor – Financial Adviser – RBI Governors should have a strong Jupiter in the Natal Chart . Priest or Pujari in a Temple or  Church- Human Resource Development – Spiritual Gurus-  Astrologer – Consultation  etc

  1. Occupations related to VENUS

Fashion Designer- Artists – Photographer – Running a Boutique – Cosmetic Enhancer – Plastic Surgeon if Mars also is connected with VENUS . Music -Drama and all forms of Entertainment – Sweet Shop- Sexual Workers – Gynecologists – working in Night Clubs  etc

  1. Occupations related to SATURN

Agriculture – Excavation in Mining- Gas- Minerals – Archeology – Civil Engineering – Geology – Working in Sanatoriums- Monasteries – Jobs where hard work is needed .  

  1. Occupations related to RAHU

Rahu acts like  Saturn and capable of giving  Innovative Solutions to a Problem.  Technician – Pharmacist- Profession in a Foreign Travel Organization – Detectives or Secret Service when Rahu is placed in an Auspicious Place in the Birth Chart .

  1. Occupations related to KETU

KETU acts like Mars and is a Moksha Karaka. Ketu gives Intuitive Power and  is  a positive  requirement of an Astrologer . Alternate Medicine is the domain of Ketu and Doctors practicing in Alternate Medicine will have favorable position for Ketu in the Birth Chart .    Ketu gives the Occupation of Nuns in a church .

  1. The Occupations given for different Planets are Indicative of their Karakatwas. If more than One PLANET will have Sambandha with the Relative Houses in a chart then blend ing the effect of more Planets gives the aptitude of a Person for certain profession of the Native .   This Article help the students to Choose Course of their Studies.
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MOVEMENT OF KALAPURUSHA IN SIGNS IN A DAY

Effect of Kala Purusha moving in Signs  Round The Clock
In 24 hours of a day, 12 Lagnas of each 2 hours duration will rise as per Kalapurusha Tatwa.
Time                                        Working Rasi           Working House
From 06 AM to 08 AM                                    Mesha                             1
From 08 AM to 10 AM                                    Vrishaba                          2
From 10 AM to 12 PM                                    Mithuna                          3
From 12 PM to 02 PM                                     Kataka                              4
From 02 PM to 04 PM                                     Simha                               5
From 04 PM to 06 PM                                     Kanya                               6
From 06 PM to 08 PM                                     Thula                                7
From 08 PM to 10 PM                                     Vrichika                            8
From 10 PM to 12 AM                                    Dhanush                           9
From 12 AM to 02 AM                                    Makara                            10
From 02 AM to 04 AM                                    Kumba                             11
From 04 AM to 06 AM                                    Meena                             12

 


1. Every day from 06 AM to 08 AM    Mesha Lagna will rise which is the first house of Kalapurusha. First house represents head. When child takes birth, head will appear first. In olden days, the Lagna used to be   calculated for the time of appearance of head. Immediately after birth, the child will be given a bath. Every day in the morning between 06 AM to 08 AM, men raises their head from bed, clean their body by taking bath. Karaka for first house is Sun and Mars. The karakatwas of Sun and mars will be felt during this period.
2. Every day from 08 AM to 10 AM vrishaba Lagna will rise which is the second house of Kalapurusha. Second house represents face, mouth, facial make up, morning breakfast etc… After giving bath, the new born baby will be applied with powder, and covered with clean cloth to give warmth. Then the child is fed by the mother. Every day men does make up after bath, and takes his breakfast during this period. Karaka for second house is Moon and Venus. The karakatwas of Moon and Venus will be felt during this period.

3. Every day from 10 AM to 12 PM Mithuna Lagna will rise which is the third house of Kalapurusha. Third house represents change of place, short journey, communication with others etc… After feeding the child, others will make a visit to see the child. Most of the men go out of the house to interact with others in connection with education, job or business etc… during this period. The karakatwas of Mercury will be felt during this period.
4. Every day from 12 PM to 02 PM Kataka Lagna will rise which is the fourth house of Kalapurusha. Fourth house represents comforts like bed; vehicle etc… after attending the visitors, the child goes back to mothers hand to have second feeding and to have short sleep. Everyone takes lunch at this time and takes a nap. The karakatwas of moon will be felt during this period.  
5. Every day from 02 PM to 04 PM Simha Lagna will rise which is the fifth house of Kalapurusha. This is the active period of the child. Fifth house represents ruling, sporting, etc…The child plays with mother and others. The most of the jobs will be completed by the humans during this period. The men will be very active. The karakatwas of Sun will be felt during this period.
6. Every day from 04 PM to 06 PM Kanya Lagna will rise which is the sixth house of Kalapurusha. Sixth house represents disease, tiredness etc… The child gets tired after playing with others and goes back to the hands of mother. Everyone looks tired during this time due to day work and return back to home.  The karakatwas of mercury will be felt during this period.
7. Every day from 06 PM to 08 PM Thula Lagna will rise which is the seventh house of Kalapurusha. Seventh house represents social gathering. The mother gives bath to the child and covers him with fresh clean cloth. The child is fed again by mother. Then the family members pay visit to the child. Everyone takes evening bath at this time and sit for dinner. Then they sit together for some time. The karakatwas of Venus will be felt during this period.
8. Every day from 08 PM to 10 PM Vrichika Lagna will rise which is the eighth house of Kalapurusha. Eighth house represent discharge of unwanted from the body, sleep etc…  Every feels sleepy at this time. People go to toilet before going to bed. The karakatwas of mars will be felt during this period.
9. Every day from 10 PM to 12 AM Dhanur Lagna will rise which is the ninth house of Kalapurusha. Half sleep period for everybody. Good period for meditation. The karakatwas of Jupiter will be felt during this period.
10. Every day from 12 AM to 02 AM Makara Lagna will rise which is the tenth house of Kalapurusha. House of Digestion. Deep sleep period for everybody. The karakatwas of Saturn will be felt during this period.
11. Every day from 02 AM to 04 AM Kumba Lagna will rise which is the eleventh house of Kalapurusha. House of gain.i.e regaining the health. Deep sleep period for everybody. The karakatwas of Saturn will be felt during this period.

12. Every day from 04 AM to 06 AM Meena Lagna will rise which is the twelfth house of Kalapurusha. Twelfth house represents sleep. Half sleep period for everybody. Good period for meditation. The karakatwas of Jupiter will be felt during this period.
This cycle repeats every day.

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SIGNIFICANCE OF BRAHMA or BRAAHMI MUHURTHAM

SIGNIFICANCE OF BRAHMA or  BRAAHMI MUHURTHAM

 

1.    Hindus mostly perform all Auspicious, Important and New Tasks during a good Muhurtha.   There are good Muhurthas and bad muhurthas throughout the day and these also vary according to the day of the week.
 
2.    Muhurtha is a measurement of time in Hindu Calender called Panchang.  A Muhurtham is measured as 30 kalas which is made up of 30 kashthas which in turn is made up of 18 nimeshas (the number of twinklings of an eye is one kashtha).
 
3.    There is one muhurtham which is a constant for all the days of the week and any task can be started on any day in that Muhurtham.   And that is called the Braahmi Muhurtham.   This is a time that is 90 minutes before Sunrise.   ‘Braahmi’ in Sanskrit means Saraswathi, the Goddess of knowledge and intellect. This is thus also a great time for acquiring knowledge and intelligence.
 
4.    I advise the students to get up early and start reading or Revising at this time to remember  thoroughly  and can Write Exam better
 
5.    The logic and reasoning behind the value of this time is that the Sun starts spreading its Sunlight and energy during this time. The rays of this light affect the human brain positively. These rays are light-blue.  (Called ” Neelalohitaha” )   Due to this the cells in the brain get activated.  The rest of nature is pleasant and peaceful during this time. The mind, as has been proved also by Western science, is a powerful tool to awaken and spread electrical and magnetic charges. These uplift the individual who performs meditation and penance during this time.
 
6.    Western experts have agreed that the Sun provides important ingredients to earth such as electrical and magnetic charges which charge the earth and its inhabitants with vital energy. It also provides much needed food for plants. And these plants emanate oxygen which is vital for the sustenance of humankind. They have also agreed that rising early causes improved blood circulation. The lungs are pumped with healthy and fresh air (our ancient sages created the Yoga and pranayama thousands of years ago to benefit from this).
 
7.    When you go for a walk in the early morning, your mind will be  working in ideal conditions and you find answers to your problems since the brain is calm. In the night, the atmosphere gets re-charged and in the early morning, the wind is charged with the beneficial rays of the Moon and Stars. This wind is called ‘Veera vayu’  which is greatly beneficial to us. Our minds are sharpened and inspired and our bodies are filled with a new life-force.

8.   It is a little difficult to rise at 4.30 a.m., but if you can go to bed by 9 p.m. or 9.30 p.m., you can get up early. And once you do it for a few days and start seeing the benefit, you will make it a habit.

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CAN ASTROLOGY GUIDE TO CHOOSE WHICH GOD WE SHOULD WORSHIP

  1. Let me thank Mr. K.Gopala krishnan for giving the idea.

1. Our ancient Rishis had done Research on all the events connected with our Life to lead a happy Life.   Chaturvidha Purusharthas are prescibed in our Scriptures.   For the developement of  Dharma and to earn Artha for attaining Kama (or materialistic happiness)  in a  Dharmic fashion.  Finally the main aim of life is to attain Moksha.

2. For attaining Moksha in ones own humble way and to lead a Dharmic life we should pray to any God of our liking. 

3.  Our  ancient Astrologers had prescribed a God to worship depending on the placement of Planets in our Horoscope.

  1. Each deity or God has unique      characteristics and unique powers to offer to the worshipper.  Deities are worshipped mainly for two      important reasons, viz for material or worldly success and secondly to      attain Nirvana or Moksha. Worshipping of lower level deities, like of      bhootas and pretas, are normally discouraged as it hinders the evolvement      of soul to higher dimension.
  2.  Deities are chosen depending upon various factors and few of them are here….     Here is the list of planets that signify respective deities…
  3. A.     A guru or spiritual teacher chooses a deity for his disciple.
  4. B.      Deities are selected based on the problem one faces.
  5. C.       Deities are selected based on interests.
  6. D.     They are also selected based on Chakras.
  7. E.      The deities are selected based on the Horoscope.
  1.  Sun is for lord Shiva
    Moon is for Goddess Parvati
    Mars is for lord Karthikeya
    Mercury is for lord Narayana
    Jupiter is for Dakshinamoorthy
    Venus is for Goddess Maha Lakshmi
    Saturn is for lord Hanuman
    Rahu is Naga Devta or Bhadra Kali etc
    Ketu is by lord Ganesha
  2.       The deities that have to be worshipped also depends upon the 5th lord from the Lagna, and the list of the same is given below…
  3. For Mesha Lagna – lord Shiva.
    For Rishaba and Kumbha Lagna – lord Narayana.
    For Mithuna and Makara Lagna – Goddess Lakshmi.
    For Kataka and Dhanus – lord Muruga.
    For Simha and Vrishika – lord Dakshinamoorthy.
    For Thula and Kanya Lagna – lord Hanuman.
    For Meena – Goddess Parvati.
  4.       In addition to these factors, there is a specific chart called Vimsamsa, which is specifically used for spiritual practices.   It is believed that the dashas of 1,5,8,9 and 12 are very good for spiritual growth.
  5.       Another important rule is, if the most planets are linked or associated with 12th house or 12th lord, the person will become spiritual.
  6.      Generally it is seen that in good Dasha and good Bhukti, a person will be able to meet holy men, and will be in a position to visit spiritual places, and also will make progress in meditation. And in bad Dasha and Bhukti, the person is mostly miserable, and would avoid thinking about God.
  7. Thinking about God, both in good and bad time will evolve a person into higher consciousness.
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Who is Vastu Purusha

What is Vastu Purusha Mandala ?

  1. In order to understand Vaastu Shastra, it is necessary to understand the Vaastu Purusha Mandala, which is energy grid of square. The Vaastu Purusha Mandala is the basic form in architecture and all other figures are derived from this elementary design. We can understand vaastupurush better with the  image given in any VASTU texts:
  2. It provides the method that determines the requirements of architecture in relation to its directions. Each direction is allotted a particular role by the Vaastu Ratnakara. Every part of the Vaastu Purusha’s body is sacred and contains energies that help us in living a contented and peaceful life.
  3. Each work has its nature and features. Aforesaid knowledge gives us the appropriate direction for a desired work such as where and how to construct a room, outer structure and interior arrangement of rooms according to the nature of work so that we do our work without any problem and handedness.
  4. This knowledge tells us about the nature and work of directions and what kind of work is to be done in which direction. Vaastu knowledge advices what kind of work is best in which directions at where it is medium, normal or average and which direction is prohibited for concerned work.
  5. Vaastu Purusha is present in each and every plot whether it is big or small. It has a fixed and peculiar body. Its head remains hanging down and its body is spread all over the length and breadth of the ground. There is an interesting story in the MATSYA PURANA in which the birth of the Vaastu Purusha is narrated. By reading that story, one knows why the worship of the Vaastu Purusha is necessary before beginning the construction of any house.
  6. While fighting with the demon, Shiva was very much tired and began to sweat profusely. A man was born from the drops of the sweat of Shiva. He looked very cruel. He was very hungry. So he began to make penance to appease Lord Shiva and get a boon from Him.
  7. Shiva was pleased with his penance and appeared before him. The devotee prayed to Shiva, “Oh Lord! Please permit me to eat away all the three worlds.” Shiva said, “Let it be so.” The joy of that devotee knew no bounds. He got possession on all the three worlds and first he was ready to eat the terrestrial world. Then the celestial beings, Brahma, Shiva and the demons (Rakshasas) also were terrified and caught hold of the devotee encircling him.

Forty-five celestial beings, out of whom 32 from without and 13 from within caught hold of the devotee.

These celestial Beings laid force on the different limbs of the devotee and sat on them as shown below:
ISH (AGNI) – head; APA – face; PRITHWI DHARA & ARYAM – Chest; AVANTSA – heart; DITI & INDRA – Shoulders; SURYA & SOMA – Hands; RUDRA & RAJAYAKSHMA – left arm; SAVITRA & SAVITA – right arm; VIVASWAN & MITRA – Stomach; PUSHA & ARYAMA – Wrist; ASUR & SESHA – left side; VITATHA & GRAHAKSHAT – right side; YAMA & VARUNA – Thighs; GANDHARVA & PURAMADAN – on the knees; SUGRIV & BHRISH – shanks; DWARIKA & MRIGA – ankles; JAYA & SHAKRA – on the hairs grown on the feet; BRAHMA – on the heart.

Being bound like that, the devotee laid down there only. Since then, he has been lying there surrounded by the celestial Beings and thus he is known as “the God of Vaastu or VAASTU PURUSHA”.

“You will be known as `VASTUPURUSHA’. You will tease the people who construct buildings and temples, dig wells and tanks on the side towards which you see and in the direction towards which you hold your feet, to your heart’s content. You may trouble and even devour those people who construct the aforesaid buildings and temples etc. in the direction where you lay your head and back and those who lay foundation stone without worshipping you or without satisfying you with `Homa’ and the like. Then the Vaastu Purusha was quite satisfied. Since then the worship of Vaastu-Purusha has been in vogue and it has become compulsory for those who want to construct any kind of building. ”

Vaastu Purusha, being arrested like this, said to the Gods, “Oh Celestial Beings! You have all caught hold of me and tied me on all the sides. How long shall I be like this, in this position hanging my head down like a prisoner? What shall I eat?” Listening to these words, the celestial Beings said, “Today is Bhadrapada Shukla Triteeya Saturday and `Visakha Star’; So, you lie down here on the ground changing your position once in three months, i.e. from `Bhadrapada’ to `Kartik’ you lie down putting your head in the Eastern direction and your feet towards the West. During the months of `Margashira’, `Pushyam’ and `Magha’, you lie down towards the South looking towards the West and put your feet towards the North. During the months of `Phalgun’, `Chaitra’ and `Vaisakh’, put your head towards the West and feet towards the East looking towards the North. In the months of `Jyeshtha’, `Ashadha’ and `Sravana’, put your head towards the North and the feet towards the South and look towards the East. Whatever side you may turn, you will have to lie down on the left side only.

The ancient Indian text Mayamatam on Vastu Sastra, written thousands of years ago,  explains the legend of the Vastu Purusha. According to Hindu mythology, in the beginning Brahma the creator of the Universe, experimented with a new creature. He created a large cosmic man, who grew rapidly as he began to devour everything in his path to satisfy his insatiable hunger. When he became unmanageably big so that his shadow fell on the Earth like a permanent eclipse, the gods Shiva and Vishnu begged Brahma to do something before everything was destroyed by this Creature.
Brahma realised his mistake and called the Astha Dikapalakas – the Gods of the eight
cardinal directions. Together, they overpowered the monster and held it flat against the
Earth while Brahma jumped on it’s middle. Then the Monster cried  out to Brahma, “You
created me like this. So why am I being punished?” Brahma offered him a compromise and
made the Monster immortal with the boon that he would be worshiped by any mortal that
builds a structure on earth. He was named Vastu Purusha.
Image result for vastu purusha mandala in architecture

The diagram above, known as Vastu Mandala, illustrates how the Vastu Purusha was pinned down by Brahma and the 44 Gods – face down, with his head to the North East and feet towards South West. It is divided in to 9×9 = 81 parts. These Gods rule various aspects of life and have certain inherent qualities. Hence while constructing a building, the purpose/function of a room must be in tune with the nature of the deity placed and ruling that part. This is illustrated in the next picture. Not many houses are likely to have that many rooms.

Hence adjustments can be made by combining several areas. One noteworthy point is that in the olden days the central portion ruled by Brahma was kept open.

This picture is the adjustment example for a still smaller place using a 3×3 = 9 combinations.
Picture showing the vastu mandala utilisation for a smaller plot

Guest room

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The house or the place where we live can influence our life’s happiness, wealth, health, and prosperity. This truth told by ancient sages ages ago is known as Vastu Shastra.The Vastu Shastra is the Vedic science of building or architecture. Vastu shastra helps us to create buildings that favorably influence our lives and brings us happiness.

Vastu Shastra considers the astrological location of the Sun, Earth, and other planets during the construction of any building, be it residential or commercial. It guides us as to where the building site should be located, the shape of the site, the proposed shape of the building to be constructed, the direction the building will face, the location of gates, doors, windows, and the building’s general design as a whole.

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YOGAS IN THE KUNDALI FOR MARRIAGE

 By studying the Natal chart and studying the  auspicious and inauspicious yogas of planets in your birth-chart an Astrologer can predict the outcome and strength of the chert 

” When I will get married“ is the usual question posed by any person who is eager to get married. The auspicious planet forming  yogas increase the happiness of the married life while inauspicious one increases stress and tensions. Let us analyse  how to assess these combination in a birth-chart:

1. Seventh house
The seventh house is the house of marriage. Alongwith the seventh house, seventh lord, Mars and Venus are analyzed for match making. If one of them form a relationship with eighth house it creates problem in married life. The health, personality, nature, likes and dislikes can also be predicted from seventh house in the birth-chart. Therefore the position of seventh lord in a house determines about your life partner. For example: if the seventh lord is in kendra your life-partner may belong to same city and place. If it is in ninth house you may get settled far from your place after marriage.

2. Seventh-lord:
The traits and qualities of the seventh-lord influence the nature of your life-partner. For instance: If Mercury is the seventh lord your life-partner is smart and intelligent. He is very practical and have a problem-solving aptitude. If Mars is seventh-lord he is very courageous, hard-working and confident. If Jupiter is the seventh-lord your life-partner is virtuous, moral, mind, religious and knowledgeable. Thus in this way it is followed for other planets.

3. Seventh-lord and other planets:
If the seventh lord forms a relationship with any other planet its qualities can be found in your life-partner. For example: If the seventh lord is located with Ascendant-lord in the birth-chart your life-partner is very loving and caring. There will be a harmonious relationship between you two. If the seventh-lord and fifth-lord are located in twelfth house you will have a love marriage. If they both form a relationship with the eighth house you may have a love marriage against the wishes of your family.

4. Role of Mars:
Mars is important because of two reasons for marriage. One, Mars bless the girl with motherhood in her birth-chart. Second, Manglik dosha is also formed because of the position of Mars in the birth-chart. The position of Mars in nakshatra, planets of nakshatra and navmansh or elsewhere is carefully assessed.

Mars represents the interests, responsibilties, nature and behavior of a girl in her household life. Therefore you can predict about a life-partner of your son by Mars. If Mars is retrograde in birth-chart his life-partner will be a little harsh and rough.

5. Role of Venus
Venus in groom’s birth-chart is the kaarak of life-partner. It bless him with the happiness of a father. During match making the happiness of child in bride and groom’s life is also assessed. It is important and marriage to be fixed after its careful assessment otherwise it may become a reason of stress and tension in married life.

6. Malefic Mars:
Due to the inauspicious effects on Mars a girl may be a little aggressive in nature. Due to which conflicts may occur in married life. Therefore Mars should not be much stronger in a girl’s birth-chart otherwise she may be aggressive and short-tempered in nature.

7.Mars and Other Planets
When Venus, Mars and Jupiter shares a relationship in eleventh house or third house it is very auspicious for your married life. If Sun, Moon and Mars are not in conjunction in the second and twelfth house you and your partner will have a very loving and caring relationship. The position of Mars in the seventh house is not auspicious and give rise to conflicts in your household.

If your birth-sign is seventh from the seventh-lord of your spouse your married life will be happy and blissful. You both will have a compatible relationship and share love and respect.

8. Venus, Moon and Mars Yoga:
When Venus and Moon form a conjunction in Ascendant or seventh house you may face problems in your married life. If Mars also form a yoga with these planets stress and tensions may increase in your married life. Therefore you have to be very careful in that situation.

9. Sun and Mars in Girl’s Birth-chart
If Mars is influenced by malefic effects you may have a lot of problems in your married life. The position of Mars in seventh house is not at all auspicious in girl’s birth-chart. Due to which stress and tension will be high in your household. If Mars is influenced by malefic planets in the seventh house conflicts may occur and peace of the house may get affected. Your life-partner may also be very aggressive, short-tempered and egoistic personality.

10. Navamsa  Chart is also similarly studied before  come to a conclusion. 

 

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KOTA CHAKRA

Kota Chakra

Introduction     Image

Vedic astrology has proved that transiting planets  have profound impact on every individual in their day to day life.  Janma Nakshatra or Birth star has an important place in ones chart and often has been used as the starting point for predictions resulting from transiting planets.

Kota Chakra is one such tool which can be used to predict the good & bad happenings in one’s life resulting from transiting planets at a particular moment of time.

Kota (कोट) is a Sanskrit word, means fort. Kota Chakra is fundamentally a diagram depicting transit routes of planets through 28 Nakshatras, including Abhijit.

Purpose of Kota Chakra

In ancient timesKota Chakra was erected for a designated time to predict the outcome of war / battle and the result of fighting between two warlords. In today’s context the chart provides information regarding professional setback, transfer, termination, failure and fall from the position, bodily discomfort, outcome of a dispute or lawsuit, destruction and death.

 Construction of Kota Chakra

Kota Chakra, also known as Durga Chakra (दुर्गा चक्र), is a quadrangle diagram comprising four divisions. Two small squares inside expands into a large square that forms three segments, while fourth segment is the outer boundary of large square.

The figures are divided into two halves by a vertical straight line or a pair of straight lines :these are then further divided into two – and thereby resulting in four quarters – by a horizontal straight line or a pair of straight lines. Thereafter, two diagonal straight lines or two pairs of straight lines are used for making further divisions. Thus the chart is divided into 8 parts. Please see the figure below for better understanding.  

Kota Chakra

The placement of 28 Nakshatra in Kota Chakra always begins with Janma Nakshatra, which is placed in the North Eastern corner of diagram.

Kota Chakra is divided into four sections as follows:

The placement of 28 Nakshatra in Kota Chakra always begins with Janma Nakshatra, which is placed in the North Eastern corner of diagram.

Kota Chakra is divided into four sections as follows:

  • Stambha (Innermost Portion)
  • Durgantara or Madhya (Inner-Middle Portion)
  • Prakaara (Boundary Wall)
  • Bahya (Exterior of the Fort)

Stambha:

Stambha literally means pillar that support a building. In Kota Chakra, it is the central courtyard. This innermost portion of the Kota Chakra is indicated as green coloured box in above figure. Counting from Janma Nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this division. If a native’s Janma Nakshatra is Rohini then Punarvasu, Chitra, Uttarashada, and Revati form the Stambha Bhaga of his Kota Chakra.

Durgantara or Madhya:

It lies in between inner and outer divisions of Kota Chakra. 3rd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Nakshatra from Janma Nakshatra falls in this portion. Following this distribution, if Rohini is the Janma Nakshatra then Ardra, Pushya, Hasta, Swati, Purvashadha, Abhijit, Uttarabhadra and Aswini constitute Madhya Bhaga or Durgantara.

Prakaara:

Prakaara is generally the outer boundary, edge or walls. This portion of Kota Chakra is depicted here in pinkish red colour.  Counting from Janma Nakshatra, 2nd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 23rd, and 27th Nakshatra is placed in this division of Kota Chakra. If someone is born in Rohini Nakshatra then Mrigashira, Aslesha, Uttaraphalguni, Visakha, Moola, Sravana, Purvabhadra, and Bharani form Prakaara Bhaga.

Bahya

Bahya means outside boundary. This outermost division is the portion that surrounds the rest of Kota. Bahya Bhaga comprises 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, and 28th lunar constellation from Janma Nakshatra. Following this if somebody is born with Rohini Janma Nakshatra, the Rohini, Magha, Purvaphalguni, Anuradha, Jyeshta, Dhanista, Satabhisha, and Krittika lie in this area.

Nakshatra Placement

                                                             Terminologies

Kota Swami:

Kota Swami is also referred to as Durgapati. It literally means Lord of the Fort. Kota Swami is simply the Lord of the Rashi in which the natal Moon is posited. For example, if someone was born with Moon in Taurus then Venus should be his Kota Swami of Kota Chakra.

Kota Paala

Kota Paala literally means Guard of the Ford. Paala also signifies one who tends and cares. Finding Kota Paala is bit difficult and cumbersome. Kota Paala is the lord of Pada of Janma Nakshatra as per Avakahada Chakra (आवकहदग चक्र) and is the planet representing the initial sound /first letter of the native’s name.

Entry Path

If you look at the Kota Chakra and the order of placement of Nakshatra, it will appear as though the stars are entering through semi-cardinal points, namely, NE, SE, SW & NW and converging at Stambha. These four ingress routes are called ‘Entry Path’

Exit Path

Similarly the route of Nakshatra appears as though they are exiting from Stambha towards cardinal points, namely, E, S, W & N. These four egress routes are called ‘Exit Path’

Exit – Enrty Paths

 

Simple Thumb Rule to interpret Kota Chakra

1.      The ‘Stambha’ and the ‘Madhya’ regions constitute heart of the Kota Chakra. Natural and functional benefic planets in this area indicate  strength and ability to face adverse impacts; natural and functional malefic planets may do the reverse.

2.      The ‘Prakaara’ and ‘Bahya’ regions represent the circumstances and surroundings. Natural and functional malefic planets indicate adverse circumstances but natural and functional benefic planets indicate improved condition.

3.      If natural malefic planets transit through the Nakshatras that are placed on the course of “Entry Path” and at the same time, natural benefic planets transit on “Exit Path” forms Durga Bhanga (दुर्गाभगांर्) yoga. This yoga indicates defeat.

 

4.      If natural benefic planets are on the “Entry Path” and natural malefic planets are on the “Exit Path” then one wins the battle.

5.      Auspicious results accrue when Kota Swami transits Madhya Bhaga or Durgantara, and Kota Paala transits Bahya Bhaga.

6.      If fast moving planets like Moon, Mercury, or Venus becomes the Kota Swami or Kota Paala, and transits through adverse positions, they may not do much harm  due to their fast movement. But if Saturn happens to be a Kota Swami or Kota Paala, and transits through these positions , then it is a matter for concern.

7.      Rahu & Ketu are always retrograde and therefore the ‘entry’ becomes ‘exit’ and vice versa. Similar is the case for ‘Retrograde’ planets.

8.      Commencement of “Retrogression” of any planet is always bad. In case of natural malefic planets, it is indicative of accidental mishap, untoward happening, etc; and in case of natural benefic planets, it signifies withdrawal of support or protection.

9.      Like any other method used for transit prediction, the result obtained from this method also has to be corroborated by the Dasha – Bhukti currently running for the native. Therefore do not be hasty in coming to conclusion using results of this method only. If Dasha – Bhukti is good, many results may have to be moderated or  some of them may not even happen

Courtesy : Vijayalur

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