This book goes into the intricacies of the vimsottari and other Nakshatra based planetary dasa (udu dasa) to bring out their need & usage. An independent chapter is devoted to the choice of dasa, the how & why of choosing the right dasa for a chart while considering the various criteria as well as variation options in a step by step approach.Judgement of dasa includes the principles, in general used for reading the message of the charts & in timing the events that the drama of life shall show.
This book offers a lucid transliteration of the upadesa sutras of Maharishi Jaimini.Wherever necessary this has been substantiated by references from standard texts.A number of riddles hitherto confronting vedic astrology have been resolved with fine illustrations.These include(a)the difference between chara,sthiraand naisargika karakas (b)the distinction between “karakamsa” and “swamsa” and it’s impact in the charts of twins born just 2 minutes apart(c) the calculation and use of the narayana,sthira,shoola,navamsa,brahma,varnada,manduka,paryaya,kendradi and sudasas (d)the use of special ascendants in deciphering and timing rajyoga/dhanyogas (e)predicting co-borns for self and spouse children from saptamsa,evils from kauluka disease from trimsamsa and death from rudramsa (f)longevity estimation and nature of death.
The vedic dasa system is the most potent predictive tool for an astrologer.Vedic astrology has more than a hundred dasa systems with Vimshottari dasa on the lead and Panchaswara dasa etc.alomost forgotten.The golden key to deciphering the correct dasa for a chart is missing.In this book the dasas have been classified and their basis of computation explained.The astrological tools like Argala,Arudha etc.have been employed to bring forth their applicability,method of timing of events pertaining to sources wealth(including property,fortunes,vehicles)of income & loss,education (both,formal and informal,including intelligence research skills etc.),Marriage (wedding or denial,divource,extra-marital relations,loss of spouse etc.),children(fertility,number of pregnancies,sex of child,adoption,their future)co-borns(number,birth,good/evils),profession & career (Nature of job,achievements career graph Rajyogas,Dhanyoga etc.)And even spiritual attainments.Specific details on timing of death, renunciation etc.have been explained.
For the first time a book on Vedic astrology not only consolidates the various types of remedial measures available in the sacred literature, but also shows how to read the horoscope and recommend Vedic remedies. The author explains the classification of remedial measures on the basis of guna (nature) and cautions the astrologer against indulging in black magic and other forms of black tanticisms. A compendium of mantra provides a ready reference for the professional Vedic astrologer and a comprehensive chapter on gemology with ready reference tables guides the reader in the choice of right gemstone.
This is the first detailed work on the use of divisions, divisional charts and other related aspects of Jyotish.
This book is the first ever on Narayana Dasa.Starting with concepts that link the spiritual foundation of Hinduism to Jyotish,the author explains the basic principles of Vedic astrology including Argala,Arudha Pada,Chara Karakas, Strength of signs etc.The methodology of calculation of period of dasa,its order is followed by details on judgement of results and umpteen case studies.Varga Narayana Dasa (i.e. Use of Rasi Dasas in divisional charts)has been explained with illustration for each division. The use of this dasa in Mundane Astrology showing the beginning and end of USSR etc.And Narayana Dasa in Prasna and other charts.Lagnamsaka and Padanadhamsa dasa have been brilliantly explained with the underlying spiritual reasons, method of calculation and illustration. The two appendices on Pachakadi sambandha and Ghatak Rasi provide a ready reference for practicing astrologers.