Monday, June 29, 2015

How To Judge A Horary Horoscope?

Dear all the learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish

(1)    I am sure that you have read all articles written by me from time to time about the judgment of horoscopes and there you also found most of the time I use to relate one’s natal horoscope with horary horoscope or Prashana Kundli. So I am sure you also have drawn a conclusion about what I am trying to teach you and yes you are right! For any event to happen in one’s life in full measure his natal horoscope and horary horoscope must be in agreement.

(2)    In this article I want all of you to concentrate on the topic “How To Judge A Horary Horoscope?”

(3)    I have also written an article also before titling “How To Predict Without A Horoscope?” in that I have discussed with a practical example. Those who have not read that article can read that through this link:

(4)    In this mortal world entire mankind suffers on account of three sufferings:

(4.1) Adhyatmik Sufferings: This includes physical sufferings and mental sufferings. In case of physical sufferings a person approaches to a good doctor and in case of mental sufferings he approaches to a good psyactrist. In other words Adhyatmik Sufferings are cured by doctors through medical treatments.

(4.2) Aadhibhootik Sufferings: This sufferings are on account of someone bitten by insects or any dangerous creature and for that security of house and other security measure are essential.

(4.3) Adhidevik Sufferings: These sufferings are due to sins done by a person in his previous births, due to various curses, due to unkind configuration of planets in one’s horoscope. The repeated reoccurrences of a disease and that disease is not recognized in medical tests etc also comes under Adhidevik sufferings. Such Adhidevik sufferings are beyond the reach of doctors and person suffering on account of Adhidevik sufferings approaches to good astrologer, Guru, Good Tantrik or a spiritualist.

(5)    The great Vedic astrologer Varha Mihira in his famous book Brihitjataka wrote whenever a person suffers on account of misfortunes the that sufferer approaches to an astrologer so there is a relation between the Planets in his horoscope and the position of planets at the time he puts his query before an astrologer. This is the most important thing to understand as it clearly indicates the importance of a horary horoscope.

(5.1) Nowadays the people approaches an astrologer in various ways. I am giving some hints about the time to cast horary horoscope of concerned person.

(5.2) Time of the posting of the email of your client. But in this case you should know the location of your client at the time of posting of email to you. Generally people do not write their location at the time of sending emails to astrologer.

(5.3) Time of receiving of mobile call from your client. It is one of the most trustworthy times for an astrologer to cast a horary horoscope for his client and in this case the location of astrologer will be taken as the place of Question.

(5.4) Whenever you receive a message from any person recommending another person to you for consultations and in case that recommended person neither makes a mobile call or any email and he suddenly visit your office / residence then the time he asks question should be taken under consideration to cast a horary horoscope for him. Same process should be applied in case any known or unknown person approaches to an astrologer suddenly without prior information.

(5.5) Whenever a astrologer receives a call from his client about his visit to that astrologer then that astrologer should ask his client to give him a missed call as soon as he left his house / office / immediate location and started his journey to that astrologers and astrologer should also ask that client to send a message mentioning the immediate place that client had left while making his journey to that astrologer. In this case this Yatra Lagna or Journey horoscope of his client should be taken as horary horoscope. It is also a brilliant process. The main advantage of this process is that astrologer can fix the commencement of journey moment for his client by taking into consideration of astrological rules to fix a Yatra Muhurtha or auspicious time to commence journey. From that journey lagna it should be decided by that astrologer about the results of the journey of his client to him and the fulfillment of the motive of his client through that journey. But every Vedic astrologer should note that while fixing such moment you should be expertise in judging Khavedansh Chart or D40 Chart otherwise you are doing a mistake. So in this case avoid fixing the moment.

(5.6) Whenever you see your emails and one of your client sends an email with a query in that case note the time when you read his query. It is also one of the most trustworthy recoded times to cast a horary horoscope. You have read in my pervious posts how I best use this time for making horary horoscope for others for predictions. In this process the astrologer’s location becomes the place of Question.

(5.7) You can consider every time and cast horary horoscope for every selected time and the horary horoscope you find giving best result befitting the motive of your client should be taken into consideration.

(6)    Now after selecting a time to cast the horary horoscope for your client the next important thing is the Judgment of that horary horoscope.

(6.1)In Vedic Jyotish there are two methods to judge a horary horoscope: (1) Parshari System with support of the approaches of Brihitjataka, Prasana Marga, Bhuvan Deepak and Sanket Nidhi. (2) Tajik System as described in Tajik Neelkanthi. Most of the experts are of opinion that this Tajik System is from Tajiksthan, there are some with opinion that this Tajak word is corrupted word of Sanskrit word Jataka this logic appears to be sound but it become ineffective as in Tajik Neelkanthi its great author Neelkanth used the word Tajik to define the rules of Tajik system and Jatak to define Parashari approach so the word Tajik cannot be a corrupted word of Sanskrit word Jataka. In my opinion the word Tajik of Tajik system is a corrupt word of Sanskrit and Hindi word Teja and this Teja in English is known as aura. In solar system Sun’s Teja makes everything visible and removes darkness. Similarly at night it is the Moon’s Teja. The uniqueness of Tajik System is its Saham and these Saham are known as Lots in Greek astrology that is why several experts are of opine that Vedic Jyotish has borrowed this Tajik System from Greek Astrology but this does not make sense as Ancient Vedic Indians knew this many centuries before the existence of Greeks. If you look at the very first Saham or Lot you will find it is Punneya Saham in Vedic Tajik system and Part of Fortuna in Greek Astrology and for day it is calculated as: (Moon – Sun) + Ascendant. Here everyone should note that (Moon – Sun) is nothing but the formula to calculate tithi or lunar day and Ascendant in Sanskrit or Hindi is known as Tanu, Murti or Lagna and here Tanu means physical body. From more than thousands of centuries Vedic Hindu takes bath in sacred rivers like Ganga in particular lunar day or tithi and they dip their body or Tana in sacred water for a moment and then come out in this process ththi or lunar day is symbolically associated with body so the concept of Punney Sahama comes into being from this devotional practice. This motive of dips in sacred river is to enhance Punneys or fortunes before the commencement of journey to superior worlds. In Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra the great rishi Prashara mentioned 18 Pravartaka (reformers) of Vedic Jyotish. These reformers were allowed by the than Vedic world of India to conduct researches and to add new horizons to Vedic Jyotish and one of them was also a Yavana and in Vedic India these Greeks are known as Yavana. So this indicates that Greeks first learnt this Tajika from Vedic India. Several Astrologers mostly from the west are of opinion that Vedic Jyotish has been under the influence of Middle East and Greeks. I want to say to all of them that Vedic Jyotish has never be under the influence of any other branches of Astrology. The number system and decimal system had their beginning in Vedic India it does not mean that western mathematics is under the influence of the mathematics of Vedic India.

(6.2) So it is very essential to calculate all the useful Sahamas befitting to the motive of your client in the horary horoscope. If your client wants to know about finances then calculate Dhana Sahama, if about profession then calculate Karma Sahama and there are as many as fifty Sahamas described in Tajik System of Vedic Jyotish. The next is to calculate Muntha in a horary Chart and very few Vedic Astrologers know how to calculate Muntha in a Horary Chart. First of all let me tell you about Muntha. Muntha is a progressed radical ascendant moving at an annual rate of 30o. If you read the Chapter on Sudarshan Chakra of Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra you will find its concept is given there. But if you want to use in horary chart then it is calculated in different way. In the given example horary horoscope the horary Lagna or horary Ascendant is Vrischika 14o 07’ 36”. Follow the following procedure to calculate the horary Muntha:

Horary Lagna or horary Ascendant = Vrischika 14o 07’ 36”

Leave the sign or Rashi only take Degree Minutes Seconds = 14o 07’ 36”

Change this Degree Minutes Seconds to Degrees by using = (14 + 07/60 + 36/3600)o

Multiply the above formula by 2 and divide it by 5

= (14 + 07/60 + 36/3600)o * 2/5 = 14.1266666666667*2/5 = 5.65066666667

In above result the whole number 5 represents the signs transited by Muntha in horary horoscope i.e 5Sand fractional part 0.65066666667 is used to calculate the Degree Minutes Seconds of Muntha:

Fractional Part: 0 .65066666667

Multiply above by 30o

=0 .65066666667 * 30o = 19.52o = 19o 31’ 12”

The position of Muntha in given example horary chart = 5S 19o 31’ 12”

So, horary Muntha = Kanya 19o 31’ 12”

So in example horary horoscope with Vrischika Lagna Muntha is in 11th house. So in given horary horoscope position of Muntha in 11th house is good.

In given example horary horoscope Muntha is with Rahu so under such circumstances it will be highly essential to check the disposition of Muntha with respect to Rahu and it is very important to know.

(6.3) In Vedic Jyotish Rahu and Ketu are supposed to have retrograde motion so from 30O to the degree occupied by Rahu is known as the Mouth of Rahu, from degree occupied by Rahu to the end of the sign occupied by Rahu is the Peeth or Back of Rahu and 7th sign from Rahu i.e. sign occupied by Ketu is the tail of Rahu.

(6.4) At the time of Great Samudra Manthana Rahu took a very little part of Amrita (Nectar) in his mouth and he was not able to consume it. Hence Muntha in the mouth of Rahu gives brilliant results. Muntha on the back of Rahu gives unwanted results and Muntha in the tail of Rahu or in conjunction of Ketu gives worst results. In example horary horoscope Muntha is in 11th house on the back part of Rahu so there it gives unwanted results.

(6.5) As I have already written the Sahamas of Vedic Jyotish are known as Lots in Greek astrology in both the branches they are calculated in different way for day and night but I have seen many Western astrologer calculating lots mostly Part of Fortuna same for day and night but I do not know if they use other lots while judging a horoscope. I have also found the present western astrology deviating from the approaches of tetrabiblos and Greek astrology. But Vedic Jyotish here too very rich in approach as it goes beyond it and while calculating Saham or Lota it allows Saekta Siddhant or Principle Of One Sign Addition while calculating Sahamas or Lots. When counting anti clockwise from Planet to be subtracted to the Planet from which it is being subtracted if the Lagna or Ascendant does not come in the way then add one sign to the Saham or Lot otherwise there is no need of adding one sign or 30o.

(6.6) In the example horary horoscope the horary Punney Saham and Karma Saham for night was calculated by the following formulas:

Horary Punney Saham: (Sun – Moon) + Lagna = Mithuna 12o 25’ 17”


Horary Karma Saham: (Mercury – Mars) + Lagna +30o = Dhanur 22o 22’ 04”   

(6.7) In Tajik System of Vedic Jyotish Muntha is supposed to be the 10th Planet and it is also used as Lagna. In the example horary horoscope 10th from Muntha is Punney Saham and the lord this Punney Saham is Mercury is in 9th from Muntha in conjunction with natural benefice Planet Venus and Punney Saham is hammed in between two natural benefices Planets Venus and Jupiter. This is good disposition of Punney Saham in the example horary horoscope from the position of Muntha but from horary lagna this Punney Saham is in malefic 8th house.

(6.8) In example horary horoscope horary Karma Saham occupies 2nd house from Lagna and 5th house from Muntha and its lord Jupiter aspects the horary Lagna in from its exaltation Sign. Here the disposition of horary Karma Saham is good and result giving.

(6.9) The native for whom the example horary chart was casted for predictive purposes has his natal Lagna as Vrischika same as horary lagna with his natal Karma Saham as Vrischika 14o 14’ 22”. In example horary horoscope the horary lagna is Vrischika 14o 07’ 36”. Here horary lagna and his natal Karma Saham are in perfect agreement up to Degree level. All the learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish should note that under such situations your client will ask a very serious and result giving Query. The native for whom this example horary horoscope was casted wanted to know about his job prospects as he was running unemployed.   
(7)    It was Friday, May 1, 2015 when I received an email from a person and the following is the edited picture of his email he sent to me:

(7.2) It is cleared from his email to me that he sent his email on Friday, May 1, 2015 at 8:36 PM but there was no mention of the place from where he sent this email to me. But I read his email and saw his Query about getting a job on the same day at 20:59 (IST) at my residence in Faridabad, Haryana, India. So Friday, May 1, 2015 at 20:50 (IST) was taken as horary details for him and place of his Query was taken as place of my residence at Faridabad, Haryana, India.

(7.3) As not to make the identity of this person disclosed his name and his email ID have been erased from this above picture and all other information he gave in this email has also been erased.

(7.4) The following is the picture of that Horary Horoscope for that person:

(7.5) The horary Lagna is Vrischik same as his natal Lagna. In his natal Chalit Chakra (not given here) 10th lord of his Rashi Chart, Sun moves to 5th Bhava from 6th house and there it formed conjunction with his natal Lagna Lord Mars. This gives him some positive hope about his profession when with these combinations the horary horoscope casted for him becomes powerful. In the horary horoscope there is a conjunction of horary lagna lord Mars and its 10th lord Sun in 6th house and here horary lagna lord Mars is in its other sign Mesh and Sun in conjunction with it, is exalted in 6th house the house of services.

(7.6) The horary lagna receives aspect from three natural benefice Planets Mercury, Jupiter and Venus and this is good for his job prospects.

(7.7) The presence of Saturn in horary lagna does not give success to this native in the line he was thinking to make his career.

(7.8) So according to Parashari System of Vedic Jyotish this horary horoscope is powerful to give him success in his career but not in the line he was thinking to make his career.

(7.9) When this horary horoscope is powerful as per Parashari System then all the benefice results calculated and described earlier in this post according to the Tajik System of Vedic Jyotish must apply to this horary horoscope. Position of horary Muntha in 11th house but on the back of Rahu does not give him a job in his desired direction.

(8)    Next to it is when he will get the job. It is most difficult to answer. As per Prashana Marga and Tajik Neelkanthi generally powerful horary horoscopes gives results within one year of the date of putting that Query by the client or within in one year of the date for which horary horoscope was casted.

(9)    The Ayansh Sanchaar System developed by me will be useful to know the time when he will get job. I have developed this Ayanash Sanchaar System from Vedic Jyotish books Brihit Parashara Hora Shaastra and Sanket Nidhi. I have also written three posts on this Ayanansh Sanchaar System on my facebook page and I will also continue to write in future. At first sight this system of Ayanansh Sanchaar looks similar to the primary progressions of Western Astrology but in fact it is several light years different from primary progressions of Western Astrology. Dear all the learners and researchers of Vedic Jyotish follow these links to know more about Ayanansh Sanchaar System developed by me:


(10) In Part (2) of my post on Ayanansh Sanchaar there is a postulate (2) defined by me as every divisional chart is used to predict the every prospects of one’s life and this is used to do timing to get his job. Follow link as given under (9.2)

(10.1) On Friday, May 1, 2015 if a time of this horary horoscope is taken as 20:54:21 then the horary lagna becomes Vrischika 13o 07’ 36” just one degree less than that of horary lagna about him and this horoscope will gives the events within a period May 01, 2015 to May 1, 2016.

(10.2) In that case horary horoscope will be same but Trishmansh Chart (other than usual Trishansh Chart) gives brilliant picture about his professional success. The following is that Trishansh Chart:

(10.3) In this conversely progressed horary Trishmansh Chart the Lagna is again Vrischika and its lord Mars is in 10th house in conjunction with 10th lord Sun and 10th house and its occupants Mars and Sun comes under the aspect of benefice Venus. This promises his professional success at any time within a period started from May 1, 2015 to May 1, 2016.

(10.4) It on June Saturday, June 13, 2015 I sent an email to his email ID predicting about his job prospects on the basis of horary horoscope as:

“Your Email about the analysis of your horoscope was seen at 20:50 hrs on May 1, 2015 and at that time also Vrischika Lagna was rising with the conjunction of Lagna Lord Mars and 10th Lord Sun in 6th house and there Lagna lord Mars is in its another sign Mesh and 10th lord Sun exalted in Mesh Rashi and Lagna receiving aspect of two natural benefic planets Mercury and Venus and another natural malefic Planet Saturn placed in it. It indicates professional success but not according to your desires of making your career in films / serials. The time within 01/05/2015 to 01/05/2016 will also prove significant as your professional success is concerned.”

(11) On Sunday, June 14, 2015 I received his mobile call at 11:11 AM in which he said that he has already got a job within the period as mentioned by me. He appeared a job interview on June 3, 2015 and selected there and he resumed his duties with effect from Thursday, June 11, 2015.

(12)The very interesting thing was he did not inform me about his getting of job when that horary horoscope was being analyzed and sent to his email ID.

Written by

Vishal Aksh     

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Wonders Of Ashtakavarga

(1)    In year 1991, I was on the way of understanding Vedic astrology by self efforts but any how I was able to cast any horoscope with Rashi Chart, Chalit Chakra, Shodashvarga, Shadabala, Ashtakavarga, Annual horoscopes, Horary horoscope & Vinshottri dasha along with yogini dasha. At that time it took a fortnight to cast such detailed horoscope but I used to cast and predict. Some of my predictions given to various people & friends came into being in that year and that gave me enough confidence to understand Vedic Jyotisha. Here I would like to advice to every learner of Vedic astrology that he should try to construct horoscope with his own efforts by keeping him away from computerized horoscopes unless he gets enough confidence to cast any horoscope and it will help him to understand the predictive side of Vedic astrology.

(2)    At that time Sade Sati was supposed to be a curse in Vedic astrology and in several magazines based on Vedic astrology I used to read the various views about it by different astrologers & authors. According Dr. B. V. Raman the consideration of Sade Sati should be from Moon sign or Chander Lagna and I found it working in several cases. Some authors were of the views that the consideration of Sade Sati should be from Ascendant or Lagna but I found that in most of the cases the transit of Saturn through Lagna found to give auspicious results and proved milestone so this idea never convinced me. Some Vedic Sun sign readers were of the opinion that this Sade Sati should be considered from Vedic Sun sign or Surya Lagna and in several cases I saw it working specially when Saturn transited Surya Lagna but there were several exceptions too and then I found people doing mantra japa regularly got glorious results during that transit of Saturn through Surya Lagna. So at that time I concluded that Sade Sati should be considered from Moon sign or Chandera Lagna. The cycle of Moon displays its phases and affects the human beings at their various phases of life so Sade Sati should always be considered from Moon sign or Chander Lagna and thus I understood the working of Sade Sati in this way.

(3)    But soon I saw exception of working of Sade Sati in that year 1991 in some cases too and this led me to conclude that the basis of Sade Sati is transit and it would be better to understand the true concept about transit or Gochara. Then I started paying more attention to transit and many times it looked easy and many times it became tough to understand it properly.

(4)    It gave me surprised in year 1991 when I saw that in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra & Brihit Jataka this scheme of transit was not mentioned and I found this technique of Vedic transit well described in Phaladeepika. In Phaladeepika the auspicious results of transits of planets are described as given below in the Table:

((7) At that time I often used to think about the basis of transit given in Phaladeepika and why this type of popular transit scheme did not find place in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra & Brihit Jataka?

(8)    But the transit of Rahu as given in Phaladeepike appeared somewhat confusing as I found Rahu transiting 11th from Moon sign giving adverse results in some cases whereas in Phaladeepika it is said to give good results, in some cases I found Rahu transiting 6th giving adverse results but in Phaladeepika it is given good results, I have also found Rahu transiting Moon sign in some cases giving brilliant results and fulfilling one’s aspirations but in Phaladeepika this transit of Rahu is said to be an adverse transit. So 6th & 11th house transit of Rahu as described in Phaladeepika as good but it was found giving adverse results in several cases in my experience. I knew that in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra, rishi Parashara had given 18 reformers of Jyotisha but he did not give any references of Manteshwara the author of Phaladeepika in his predictions and the references of Varahamihera the author of Brihitjataka was given in Bhavishya Purana i.e. one of the 18 Purana but the reference of Manteshwara was not given there so that mean Manteswara was no doubt expert astrologer but not of the level of Parashara and Varahamehira so the transit of Rahu given by him needed some corrections. This further enhanced my curiosity and then it became necessary for me 1. To find the basis of the transit given in Phaladeepika as shown in above Table, 2. To find the Lagna out of Lagna, Chandera Lagna or Surya Lagna suitable for the consideration of Sade Sati from that base used in Phaladeepika to describe transits of planets.

(9)    In his great work Phaladeeepika, Manteshwara praised rishi Parashara and his works and that clearly meant that Manteshwara developed this system of transit of planets from the works of Parashara i.e Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra. I was very much sure that the basis of transit as given in Phaladeepika must have its roots in Brihit Parashara Hora Shaastra.

(10)    In year 1992 or so a thought appeared in my mind that It is Ashtakavargs which is much praised in various texts on Vedic Jyotisha and it is also used in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra to judge the transit results of Planets &  also described in Brihit Jataka and I should relate transit scheme given in Phaladeepika with Ashtakavarga scheme as given in Brihit Parashar Hora Shaastra.

(11)     I then took Ashtakavarga of Various planets and tabulated them and when these tables of various Ashtakavargas of planets were prepared and I glanced at those tables then I saw in the Ashtakavargs of every Planet the contributions of auspicious points from Moon to various houses counting from it and I got the missing link. The following tables are used to construct the Ashtakavarga of any horoscope.


a(13)     I saw the horizontal line headed by Moon in every Ashtaka Varga table of planets were same and in agreement with the auspicious Gochar places of Planets from any Lunar sign or Chandera Lagna and that showed the root of Gochar places allotted to various planets from Lunar sign in Brihit Prashar Hora Shaastra and thus I found the basis of transit of Planets from Lunar sign or Chandra Lagna.

(14)    Everyone can see the red horizontal lines each & every Ashtakavarga headed by Moon and compare it with the various auspicious places of Planets from the Chandera Lagna of any horoscope given in the Table of Transit.

(15)     In Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra the Ashtakavarga of Rahu is not given so in Phaladeepika the Gochar places of Rahu is not well marked. The Ashtaka Varga of Rahu is also given in some other standard text on on Vedic Jyotisha and for the benefit of all the learners & researchers of Vedic astrology I am giving below the table useful to prepare the Ashtaka Varga of Rahu. Here it should be noted that Rahu is a shadowy planet so it never contribute any auspicious points in its Ashtaka Varga too and only seven planets & Lagna contributes auspicious points in the Ashtaka Varga of Rahu.

(16)    In this table the auspicious points contributed by Moon are 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th from Moon and if the Rahu is supposed to give auspicious results then it must transit 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th places from Moon to give good results. Learners & Researches of Vedic astrology should note this transit does not support 6th & 11th places from Lunar sign or Chandra Lagna as benefice place for Rahu in Transit from any Lunar Sign or Chandra Lagna and it is in agreement with my findings about the transit of Rahu from any Lunar sign or Chandra Lagna as described by me under (8).

(17)     The above Ashtaka Varga Scheme indicates other wonderful results. Collect all the darkblue rows of Sun in every Bhinnashtakvargs and arrange them in new table. A table so prepared becomes the Table of Transit of Planets From Surya Lagna. The following is that table:

(18)    Almost all astrologers in this world opine that in Vedic Jyotish the Transits are considered from Moon sign but here it is proved that in Vedic Jyotish the directions have been given to calculate the transit from Sun sign or Surya Lagna too. Learners and researchers please consider it.

(19)    The Table Of Transit of Planet from Surya Lagna indicates another fact that Saturn transiting 1st, 2nd, 4th, 7th, 8th, 10th & 11th from ones natal Sun gives auspicious results. This means Saturn transiting from 1st and 12th from one’s natal Sun give good and auspicious results and this means it is not good to consider Saade saati from Sun sign or Surya Lagna. Though Saturn Transiting over one’s natal Sun in actual practice give hurdles and tensions but Sun being the planet signifying Aatma so here spiritual remedies works to obtain the auspicious results of the Saturn transiting one’s natal Sun.

Written by
Vishal Aksh

Friday, January 2, 2015

Some Guidelines About Yogini Dasha

(1) Regarding yogini dasha I would like to say this is unique system and also a Nakshatra dasha. In Vedic Jyotish the dasha calculated from the Nakshatra occupied by Moon or Lagna are termed as Nakshatra Dasha and Yogini is also Nakshatra based Dasha.

(2) In any horoscope yogini dasha works well uo to 36 years and if we look at the useful years of any person than we find that up to 36 years one gets physical developments, education, involvement in job and many other useful events thus this Yogini dasha becomes significant. In my long experience in the field of Vedic astrology I have found that this Yogini Dasha has three cycles:

(2.1) Frist Cycle: up to 36 years

         Second cycle: 36 to 72 years

        Third cycle: 72 to 108 years

(3) But up to 36 years it is effective from one's natal chart but to make it effective for other cycles additional calculations has to be done and additional horoscopes are to be erected and this is my research on Yogini dasha.

(4) As per ancient Vedic Texts on Jyotisha Mangla (Moon= 1 year)Dhaanya (Jupiter = 3 years)Bhadrika (Mercury= 5 years) & Siddha (Venus = 6 years) are benefice periods.  

(4.1) Pingla (Sun = 2 years), Bhamari (Mars = 4 years), Ulka (Saturn = 6years) & Sankata (Rahu = 8 years) are supposed to be malefic periods.

(4.2) Somewhere I have read in year 1993 that Pingla Yogini (Sun) Dasha is a benefice Dasha and in several horoscope I saw this Pingla Yogini Dasha ruled by Sun giving very good results

(5) In this Yogini Dasha System Ardra, Chitra & Shravan Nakshatra are ruled by Yogini Mangala (Moon) and person having either one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra have Mangla Yogini of one year at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence will be as follows:

(5.1) (!) Mangla (Moon)       = 1 year

       (!!) Pingla (Sun)             = 2 years

       (!!!) Dhaanya (Jupiter)  = 3 years

       (!V) Bhamri (Mars)        = 4 years

       (V) Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

       (V!) Ulka (Saturn)          = 6 years

       (V!!) Siddha (Venus)      = 7 Years

       (V!!!) Sankata (Rahu)     = 8 Years

                              Total         = 36 Years

(5.2) Punarvasu, Swati & Dhanista Nakshatra are ruled by Yogini Pingala (Sun) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Pingala Yogin Dasha ruled by Sun at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:

(5.3) (!) Pingla (Sun)             = 2 years

       (!!) Dhaanya (Jupiter)  = 3 years

       (!!!!) Bhamri (Mars)      = 4 years

       (!V) Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

       (V) Ulka (Saturn)          = 6 years

       (V!) Siddha (Venus)      = 7 Years

       (V!!) Sankata (Rahu)     = 8 Years

       (V!!!) Mangla (Moon)    = 1 year

                            Total         = 36 Years

(5.3) Pushya, Vishakaha and Shatbhisha Nakshatra are ruled by Yogini Dhaanya (Jupiter) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Dhannya Yogin Dasha ruled by Jupiter at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows: 

(5.4) (!)   Dhaanya (Jupiter)  = 3 years

       (!!)   Bhamri (Mars)        = 4 years

       (!!!) Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

       (!V) Ulka (Saturn)          = 6 years

       (V)   Siddha (Venus)      = 7 Years

       (V!)   Sankata (Rahu)     = 8 Years 

      (V!!) Mangla (Moon)       = 1 year

       (V!!!) Pingla (Sun)          = 2 years

                           Total         = 36 Years

(5.5) Ashwani, Ashlesha, Anuradhs & Poorvabhadrapada Nakshatras are ruled by Yogini Bhamari (Mars) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Bhamari Yogin Dasha ruled by Mars at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:  

(5.6) (!)   Bhamri (Mars)        = 4 years

       (!!)  Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

       (!!!)  Ulka (Saturn)          = 6 years

       (!V)   Siddha (Venus)      = 7 Years

       (V)    Sankata (Rahu)     = 8 Years 

      (V!)  Mangla (Moon)       = 1 year

      (V!!)  Pingla (Sun)          = 2 years

     (V!!!) Dhaanya (Jupiter) = 3 years

                          Total         = 36 Years

 (5.7) Bharni, Magha, Jyestha and Uttarbhadrapada Nakshatras are ruled by Yogini Bhadrika (Mercury) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Bhadrika Yogin Dasha ruled by Mercury at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:

(5.8)  (!)  Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

       (!!)  Ulka (Saturn)          = 6 years

       (!!!)   Siddha (Venus)      = 7 Years

       (!V)    Sankata (Rahu)     = 8 Years 

      (V)  Mangla (Moon)       = 1 year

      (V!)  Pingla (Sun)          = 2 years

     (V!!) Dhaanya (Jupiter) = 3 years

    (V!!!)Bhamri (Mars)        = 4 years

                          Total         = 36 Years 

 (5.9) Kritika, Poorvaphalguni, Moola and Revati Nakshatras are ruled by Yogini Ulka (Saturn) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Ulka Yogin Dasha ruled by Saturn at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:

(5.10) (!)  Ulka (Saturn)      = 6 years

       (!!)    Siddha (Venus)    = 7 Years

       (!!!)    Sankata (Rahu)  = 8 Years 

      (!V)  Mangla (Moon)     = 1 year

      (V)  Pingla (Sun)          = 2 years

     (V!) Dhaanya (Jupiter) = 3 years

    (V!!)Bhamri (Mars)        = 4 years

(V!!!)  Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

                          Total         = 36 Years 

 (5.11) Rohini, Uttarphalguni and Poorvashada  Nakshatras are ruled by Yogini Siddha (Venus) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have SiddhaYogin Dasha ruled by Venus at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:

(5.12)(!) Siddha (Venus)    = 7 Years

       (!!)    Sankata (Rahu)  = 8 Years 

      (!!!)  Mangla (Moon)     = 1 year

      (!V)  Pingla (Sun)        = 2 years

     (V)Dhaanya (Jupiter) = 3 years

    (V!)Bhamri (Mars)       = 4 years

(V!!)Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

(V!!!)  Ulka (Saturn)        = 6 years
                       Total         = 36 Years

 (5.13) Mrigshira, Hastha and Uttrashada  Nakshatras are ruled by Yogini Siankata(Rahu) so person having one of these Nakshatra as their birth Nakshatra will have Sankata Dasha ruled by Rahu at their births and the Yogini Dasha Sequence as follows:

(5.14) (!)Sankata (Rahu)  = 8 Years 

      (!!) Mangla (Moon)     = 1 year

      (!!!)  Pingla (Sun)        = 2 years

     (!V)Dhaanya (Jupiter) = 3 years

    (V)Bhamri (Mars)       = 4 years

(V!)Bhadrika (Mercury) = 5 years

(V!!)  Ulka (Saturn)        = 6 years

(V!!!) Siddha (Venus)    = 7 Years
                       Total      = 36 Years

(6) While predicting Sankata (Rahu) Yogini Dasha of 8 years it should be noted that firsh four years of this Sankata Yogini Dasha is Ruled by Rahu and remaining four years of this Yogini Dasha are ruled by Ketu and this is very important to know.

(6.1) Since Sankata is suppose to give worst results and in Trishmansh or D30 Chart both Rahu as well as Ketu are found in conjunction so it does not make any difference while judging the malefic nature of this Yogini Sanketa through Trishmansh or D30 Chart.

(7) Since Yogini is a Nakshatra Dasha so its Balance of Dasha should be calculated first to use it in horoscopes for predictive purposes. As the process of that is somewhat technical and so that is not given here. 

(8) This Yogini Dasha is one of the accurate and reliable Dasha and I have found in my experience of more than 25 years in the field of Vedic Jyotish that this Yogini Dasha should be applied to Vedic Horary Horoscopes or Prashana Kundli. 

Written by 
Vishal Aksh