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Introduction to Varshapal / Tajik Astrology

21 Jan

Introduction to Varshapal / Tajik Astrology

The Varshapal or the Annual Horoscopy is one of the techniques of Vedic Astrology employed to understand the occurrence of events in a particular year. This is also called ‘Tajaka / Tajik’ system of astrology. The Varshapal is more popular in northern India, although it is studied in south India. This technique differs from rest in that it pertains to one particular year of a native’s life and examine it in minute details. Therefore, the validity of this prediction is one year only. Annual horoscopy is sought after by persons interested in Career planning, travel planning, work planning and job planning and various other important aspects of life.

The Varshapal, is solar based. In other words, it is the position of the sun which matters. The solar year begins every time the Sun returns to the same longitude as it was at the time of birth. Between this time and the next solar return is covered by one annual chart or the Varsha Kundali. The time of solar return is called Varshapravesha

Preparation of Varsha Kundali

1. For the year in question, you have to determine the exact time and date at which Sun returns to same longitude.

2. This requires the use of Table of Ascendant and Ephemeris of that year.

3. Once the time and date are determined, cast the horoscope for that time (take this as DOB &TOB)

4. The chart so obtained is Varsha Kundali and is valid for one year.

5. Please remember the date may not be the same as your DOB and may shift by a day or two since Sun takes three hundred and sixty-five days, six hours, nine minutes and about ten seconds to come to same longitude.

6. Annual chart should always be calculated for the place of birth irrespective of the fact that the native may live in any place for the time being.


The Muntha is an important point in the Varsha Kundali. It is the Rashi in which the Lagna is located at the time of the birth. Each year, the Muntha will progress by one Rashi. Therefore, it is also called ‘Progressed Ascendant’. For example, if you are casting the annual chart for 50th birthday, Muntha will progress 50 Rashis from its original Rashi where the Lagna was located in birth chart. The formula to calculate Muntha: Subtract one year from native’s age, add it to the ascendant sign and divide the total with12. The remainder will be the sign where Muntha is located. 

Muntha Lord

The lord of the sign in which the Muntha is located is called the Muntha Lord. In the annual chart, the Muntha lord yields desirable or adverse results according to its location, strength, and other planetary influences on it.

The Lord of the year

The Lagna lord of the Varsha Kundali is called Varshesha or the Varsheshwara. He plays an important role in the annual chart. It is supposed to significantly influence the events that takes place during the year. A strong Varsha Lord ensures success, prosperity and good health throughout the year in question, while a weak one indicates the reverse. The Varsha lord is selected out of five planets also called ‘Five Office Bearers’ which hold special significance during the year.

Five Office Bearers

In the annual chart, there are Five Office Bearers (Pancha-Adhikaris) which holds special significance. These hold five different portfolios. In astrology, Lagna lord is the most important concept. These five are basically five types of Lagna lords. These five office bearers are:

1. Lagna lord of the birth chart

2. Lord of sign in which Muntha is placed or Muntha Lord.

3. Lagna lord of the annual chart or Varsha Lord

4. Lord of Sun/ Moon sign in the annual chart or Dina-Ratri Pati i.e. lord of day or night respectively. The lord of the sign in which Sun & Moon are located are called alternate Lagna lord. In the annual chart, if the Varshapravesha is in day time, the lord of the sign in which Sun is located becomes the candidate; but if birth is at night, lord of the sign in which the Moon is located, becomes the candidate. Day is considered from sun-rise to sun-set and night is from the sun-set to the next sun-rise.

5. Tri-Rashi Pati: This is a novel concept and varies from sign to sign of Varsha Lagna and also as Varshapravesha is in day time or night time. The table below gives the Tri-Rashi Pati for different Lagnas:


Tr- Rashi Pati

There are certain rules for selecting the Varsha Lord 
1. It should be strongest of office-bearers. The strength of the planet is determined by Pancha Vargeeya Bala which is made up of the following:

  • Kshetra Bal
  • Uchcha Bala
  • Hudda Bala
  • Drekkana Bala
  • Navamsha Bala

2.  It should, at the same time, aspect the Varsha Kndali Lagna.

The Dasha System

In Varshapal several Dashas have been described for the annual chart.They are as follows:

(a) The Mudda Dasha
(b) The Yogini Dasha
(c)  The Patyayini Dasha
The Mudda Dasha and the Yogini Dasha are Nakshatra-based Dashas, and depend on the birth Nakshatra. They are similar to Vimshottari Dasha in the natal horoscope, with the difference that their period is reduced to one year. The Mudda Dasha is the most popular of the three Dashas mentioned above.
 Tajik Yogas

They are unique to this system and bears no resemblance to Yogas prescribed by Parashara. These Yogas are also used in Prasna/ Horary predictions. There are 16 Yogas which are commonly used. They are

(1) The Ikabala Yoga (2) The Induvara Yoga (3) The Ithasala Yoga (4) The Ishrafa Yoga (5) The Nakta Yoga (6) The Yamaya Yoga (7) The Manau Yoga (8) The Kamboola Yoga (9) The Gairi-Kamboola Yoga (10) The Khallasara Yoga (11) The Rudda Yoga (12) The Duphali-Kuttha Yoga (13) The Dutthottha – Davira Yoga (14) The Tambira Yoga (15) The Kuttha Yoga (16) The Durpaha Yoga 


The Sahams are the sensitive points arrived at by addition / multiplication of the longitudes of the ascendant and some other planets which are Karyesha (Significator) of the event. Each Saham then denotes one particular event of life during the year indicated by the annual chart like marriage, child birth, fame, travel, illness, death, etc.

The number of Sahams recommended for application to an annual chart varies from one astrologer to another. The Classic ‘Tajik Neelakanti” describes fifty Sahams.It is not necessary to calculate all the Sahams described in the texts and pick up only the relevant Sahams pertaining to a particular interest to the individual.
The Tripataki Chakra


The Tripataki chakra consists of a special charting of various planets as located in the birth chart in relation to the ascendant in the annual chart. The planets are progressed by one sign every year starting from position at birth. The application and analysis of the Tripataki gives a very broad overview of the nature of events likely to dominate one particular year. While the Vedha to any planet or the Lagna can be determined by charting the planets on the Tripataki, it is customary only to consider the various planetary influences on the Moon, or sometimes on the ascendant.

Three parallel lines are drawn vertically. Across these are drawn three parallel lines horizontally. The ends of these lines are joined as shown in Figure below:

Tri Pataki Chakra 
Marking the Rashis

The central flag (marked ‘a’) represents the ascendant in the annual chart. The sign rising at the time of    Varshapravesha is marked here. The remaining signs are marked in order, in an anti-clockwise fashion, along the points ‘b’, ‘c’, ‘d’, etc. This forms the skeleton on which the progressed planets will be located.



Prashna for lost articles

13 Nov
Prashna for Lost Articles
Most common query I get is related to the lost article and its subsequent recovery. I always use the method described in Daivajna Vallabha by Varaha Mihira. It has always given me extremely correct results and I recommend that budding astrologists try out this before foraying into complex methods.
I will give the planetary combinations as enunciated in Daivajna Vallabha in the succeeding paragraphs.
  1. The Lagna gives the direction, place and time of theft.
  2. Navamsha Lagna gives the nature of the lost article.
  3. The Drekkana of Lagna gives the form of thief.
  4. If Lagna and Navamsha Lagna is
      • Fixed signs – the stolen article is in the same place and a person known to the querist has stolen.
      • Movable signs – some external person has stolen.
      • Dual signs – Neighbour has stolen and the article has gone outside of the house.
  5. The direction where the stolen article has gone is to be told from the planet placed in the quadrants. If it is not possible, the direction is to be told from the sign of the ascendant. The distance is to be told from the number of Navamsha elapsed. This number will give the distance in Yojana. One Yojana may be taken roughly as equal to 8 miles.
  6. The caste, colour, qualities and form of thief will correspond to the nature of the strongest planet placed in the 7th house. If it is an odd sign and there is under aspect of a male planet, the thief is a male otherwise a female.
  7. The age of the thief corresponds to the planet in 7th House and these are Moon (Baby),Mars (Boy), Mercury (Teenager), Venus (Young man), Jupiter (Middle aged person), Sun (Old man) and Saturn (Very old man)
Combinations for recovery of lost article
  • Benefic in ascendant and aspected by another benefic.
  • Venus in the second house and Jupiter in the 12th house with a benefic in the ascendant
  • Full Moon in the ascendant or if there is a benefic in a Shirshodaya Rashi aspected by a benefic or if there is a very strong benefic in the eleventh house. Recovered quickly.
  • Benefic in the second, third, or fourth house or if the same be in the fourth, seventh and the tenth houses, the stolen article will be recovered without any doubt.
  • Full Moon in the ascendant and aspected by Jupiter or Venus or if benefics be placed in quadrants and Upachaya Sthana or if benefics be placed in the second and Upachaya Sthana.
  • Full Moon, Jupiter, Venus or Mercury is placed in the ascendant.
  • Benefics are placed in the seventh house.
  • Benefic in the 2nd or 3rd house from the ascendant or from the 4th house.
Combinations for non-recovery of lost article
  • If the ascendant of query falls in the sign of a malefic, aspected by a malefic.
  • If the 7th house falls in the sign Leo, Scorpio, or Aquarius and these signs contain  their own Navamshas and if the 7th house is aspected by malefics or if Mars is placed in the 8th house in these Navamshas.
Author’s Note:
This is a basic and simple method and you should start with this before you proceed further.
There is no harm trying out this method for minor things you have lost / misplaced and compare the results obtained with the facts on the ground.
Happy hunting!!!

Prashna of Lost Person / Traveller

22 Sep

Prashna of Lost Person / Traveller

I have been asked by many to write in simple way, the methodology of answering question related to a lost person / traveller using Prashna Shastra. I presume that the readers are already aware of the basics of Prashna Shastra and hence this article addressees advance students.
Before you attempt this method I would advise all students to refer /study and assimilate the information from the following books:
  • Shatpanchashika by Prithuyshas
  • Prasna Marga by Bhattopala
  • Saravali by Kalyan Varma
  • Sri Neelakanta’s Prasna Tantra  translated by DR BV Raman
  • Tajaka Nilakanthi by Neelakantha.
  • Chappanna or Prashnasastra Horary Astrology by Suryanarain Rao
  • Practical Horary Astrology by Smt Gayatri Devi Vasudeva
You should also be familiar with certain astrological terms / yogas before we proceed further.


It is the range of an aspecting planet, the orb within which the aspect of a planet can be effective. The 7th house aspect of a planet means its influence on the 7th house from where the planet is situated. It implies transference to the entire range of 30 Deg of the house. In actual practice, it is not so. A planet placed towards the end of a sign does not effectively aspect a planet located towards the beginning of the seventh sign from it, though it is generally stated to be doing so. Deeptamsha indicates the area of maximum impact of an aspecting planet. It is 15 Deg for the Sun, 12 Deg for Moon, 8 Deg for Mars, 7 Deg for Mercury, 9 Deg for Jupiter, 7 Deg for Venus, and 9 Deg for Saturn. The area of maximum impact extends over 180 Deg ± Deeptamsha.

Ithashala Yoga

It is also known as Muthashila Yoga. A planetary combination considered in connection with Tajaka and Prashna Shastra. It is based on the relative motion of different planets. The order of planetary motion / speed is as follows: Moon, Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Moon takes the shortest period in going round the Earth while Saturn takes the longest. When two planets are related in such a way in a house that the slow moving planet is ahead of the fast moving one, Ithashala Yoga is formed. This formation is effective only when both the planets are within their Deeptamsha, the orb. In this situation, the fast-moving planet transfers its influence to the slow-moving planet.

Kamboola Yoga

It is a planetary combination produced by Ithashala. It is a relationship between the lord of the ascendant and the lord of the 10th house, especially when one of them is associated with Moon.
The Kamboola Yoga is of 3 kinds, viz.
  • Shrestha (the best),
  • Madhyama (ordinary)
  • Adhama (the worst) depending upon the strength of the planets concerned.


Basic Concept

All the books state that the following houses denote certain aspect of the person.
  • Lagna – Lost person / traveller.
  • 4th House – Well being of the lost person / traveller.
  • 7th House – Return from abroad and difficulties faced.
  • 10th House – Passage and travel and their objectives.
The question regarding a lost person can be grouped under the following headings.
  • Safe and early return
  • Delayed return due to factors such as lost, illness, captivity, kidnapping etc.
  • Death / Non- return of the person.
  • Role of the Moon

Safe and early return

These are some of the combinations of Prashna Chart which denotes early and safe return.
  • All the planets are placed in the 2nd, 3rd and 5th houses.
  • Lagna Lord is in Muthashila with a planet in the Lagna or the 10th house.
  • Lagna lord occupying the 2nd or the 8th house and in Ithashala with a planet in the 10th House
  • Lagna Lord is in 3rd or the 9th and has Ithashala with a planet in Lagna.
  • Venus and the Jupiter in the 2nd, 3rd or the 5th house.
  • Any planet (benefic or a malefic) placed in 6th or 7th house and the Jupiter placed in a Kendra.
  • Mercury or Venus placed in a Trikona and benefics in Kendras.
  • Moon in the 8th house and the Kendras unafflicted.
  • Moon (unafflicted) in the 8th house and the benefics are in Kendras
  • Lagna Lord is retrograde and the Moon is in the ascendant and in Ithashala with a retrograde planet.
  • Moon is in Muthashila with Lagna Lord occupying the 12th House.
  • Benefic occupy the 2nd or the 3rd from Lagna or from the 4th or from the other benefic in the Prashna chart.
  • Any planet occupies the 6th or the 7th house, Jupiter in the Kendra and the Mercury and Venus in Trikona.
  • Sun, Mercury and Venus are in the 11th house.
  • The Lagna lord placed between 11th house to 4th house and benefics in Kendras.
  • Moon making Ithashala with a retro planet.
  • The Malefics in 3, 6, 11 houses and benefics in Kendras and Trikonas.


Delayed return

  • The Third house of Prashna chart having malefic and aspected by another malefic and no benefic aspect implies the traveller has shifted to some other place.
  • Prishthodaya sign rising in Lagna and Lagna aspected by Malefics indicates the confinement or murder of the lost person.
  • The traveller is in restrictions if malefic are in 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th and 9th house aspected by malefic.
  • The lost person has been beaten and imprisoned if malefic are in 7th or the 8th house.
  • When malefics are in the 7th and the 8th and in the ascendant the person in imprisonment will be released quickly. Malefic in Lagna gives favourable results in this Prashna.
  • If the Moon is in Kendra and is aspected or associated with Saturn he will have long suffering. If the Moon so is aspected or conjunct with Mars he will be beaten in cell.
  • If the lords of 3rd and 9th are benefics he will get early freedom.
  • When the Moon has Ithashala with the lord of 3rd or 9th occupying a Kendra there will also be early release.
  •  As long as a strong Venus is in Lagna the authorities will be able to hold the person in custody, but after the Venus leaves the sign in transit the person may get freedom.
  • If the lord of Lagna is in the 4th or the 7th or is in Muthashila with the lord of the 7th the person returns with much difficulty.
  • An afflicted Saturn or Mars in 8th house shows fear of violence or suffering the traveller is being subjected to.
  • The Malefics are in Kendras the traveller has been looted on the way.
  • The placement of Sun and Moon in the 8th house, aspected by Saturn, there is risk of traveller being subjected to hurt by some weapon and if by Mars than by a fire arm.


Death or non-return

  • When the lords of the Kendra are in Kendras the imprisoned person will not be released.
  • If the lord of the Lagna is combust, occupies the 4th house and is aspected by the Mars the person dies.
  • If the Moon is in association with a malefic occupying the 4th house or is with the lord of the 8th house the person will die in prison.
  • If the Lagna lord is in Muthashila with a planet in a Kendra and the Lagna is unaspected, the person will never return.
  • The traveller should be deemed to have been dead if the ascendant is a Prishthodaya sign aspected by malefic and devoid of benefic aspects and the 6th house is occupied by Mercury afflicted by malefic.
  • An afflicted Saturn devoid of benefic aspects in the 9th or the 8th the traveller suffers from illness, or dies in a foreign place.

Miscellaneous combinations / Role of the Moon


  • Connection of Moon and Venus with 7th house then the lost person is happy where ever he is and will not return.
  • The Moon in 7th house without affliction the person is on his way back.
  • The Moon in 8th house and the benefics in Kendras, he will return with gains.
  • The Moon in 8th house and malefics in Kendras, he will return with losses.
  • The Moon placed anywhere in Ithashala with a retro planet placed in 4th house shows major problem or death.
  • The Moon in Movable Rashi in Movable Navamsha and in Lagna or in 4th house shows early return.
  • Benefics in 7th house the person is safe.
  • Malefics in Lagna person is not safe but here they give strength to fight back
  •   in the 4th house immediate return.
  • The Moon in the 4th house person has already come back.
  • There should not be malefic dominance in 6th, 7th, 8th houses for welfare of lost person.
  • Shubha Kartari around Lagna or the 7th house means the Traveller is happy where ever he is with his friends.
  • The Papa Kartari around Lagna, Moon or the 7th house or more malefic influence here the traveller does not come back.
  • If the Sun, Mercury, Venus or Jupiter any one of them is placed in the 12th house no travel or no return.
  • The Moon in the 10th house, no travel or no return.
  • Movable Lagna, movable Navamsha, benefic aspects, early and happy return.
  • Fixed Lagna, Movable Navamsha benefic aspects, delayed but happy return.
  • Fixed Lagna, Fix Navamsha benefic aspects, traveller is happy where ever he is.
  • Dual Lagna, the fixed and movable are first and last 15 degrees respectively. Rest will depend on the type of the aspects on it.


Use of Navamsha related to the time of return of lost person


  • Find the strongest planet in the horary chart and count the number of signs in which it is placed away from the Lagna. The traveler will return in so many months indicated by this number as per its placement in Navamsha chart.
  • If the strongest planet is posited in a Movable Navamsha (Mesha, Kataka, Thula, Makara), the time period is taken as indicated by the number.
  • If it be placed in a Fixed Navamsha, the time period is to be doubled.
  • If it is posited in a Dual Navamsha, the time period is to be trebled.

Author’s Note

 The combinations enumerated above are taken from various classics / books and in no way are the ultimate. I have endeavoured to make it simple and easy to understand.
Prashna interpretation is not as easy as it appears. You require a fair degree of intuition. Intuition or clairvoyance is not an inherent quality and has to be developed over a long period which requires dedication and sincerity.
Please be patient even if you do not get answers in the beginning. Practice is the key for successful interpretation. Keep at it and one day you will get your answers.

Prashna Shastra

11 Aug

                                                         Om Gurubyo Namaha

Prashna Shastra

Prashna Shastra (Horary Astrology) is an important facet in Astrology. Prashna Shastra is more predominantly adopted for analyzing and giving prediction to a particular event of life or activity. One should venture into this branch of astrology only after thoroughly understanding all facts of astrological dictums. Otherwise one cannot succeed in this branch which requires an absolute professional analysis. Then the accuracy of prediction given by the astrologer of course varies not only with the expertise  of each astrologer but also with the character of the astrologer.
Prashna Marga lays down that an astrologer should have the following qualifications to be called Daivagna and about the results obtained thereafter:
  • Expert in Jyothish Shastra, proficient in Mathematics and lead a religious life.
  • Always tell the truth and well versed in Vedas / Mantras/ Tantras.
  • Have certain amount of Philosophical and Mythological knowledge for giving predictions with correct interpretation.
  • All predictions made by such a person will never be false, whether it is auspicious or inauspicious.
  • The prediction of one who has understood the ten kinds of planetary motions and one who has understood the astrological principles exhaustively will never be false.
Prashna Shastra demands certain disciplines from the querist also. The querist has to approach the astrologer with fruits, flowers, Tamboola and Dakshina and with a clear intention of asking the question in sincerity and not with a motto of testing the astrologer’s knowledge.
Many times we come across people without horoscopes and they can be tackled in this system of Prashna Shastra. This is called “Nasta Jataka” system and we can even construct a chart by getting information about their life events.
The astrologers can even before the question is asked, can indicate as what is the problem and purpose of the querist‘s visit. This is to a great extent possible by a shrewd astrologer who is well conversant with the surroundings and the eternal atmosphere connected to the question i.e. Kala, Desha and Varthamana.
Though there are a number of methods to answer questions, it is always better to answer only one question at a time for maximum accuracy, whatever the method the astrologer follows.


  • The main principle of this Prashna Shastra is to first fix the raising sign of the ascendant and the position of planets on the day concerned.
  • The most important fact in horary astrology is the time at which the question is put by the querist. The querist many times may not be present in person due to various reasons.
  • If the querist is not present and the question has been put over the phone or through e-mail, note down the time of call or the time of e-mail message.
  • The Chart is to be erected for the place where the astrologer is situated.
  • Chart erected can be analysed as any other natal horoscope and results can be predicted.
  • The Prashna Chart can be correlated with the natal chart. If the natal chart has beneficial planetary configuration and Prashna chart malefic combination it is said to be spelt that the native is undergoing the results of evil karma done in this birth.
  • If the natal horoscope and Prashna chart are in similar configuration then the astrologer should predict that the native is experiencing the results of past karma only.
  • The astrologer who is practicing Prashna Shastra should be conversant with many methods of answering the questions. He may choose any method he feels at a given point of time.
Alternate Methods of fixing Lagna
  • Sharirika Shastra:  Ask the querist to touch any organ / part of his/her body. The sign representing the organ becomes the Prashna Lagna. The various  organs / parts  of the body is represented as  Mesha – Head, Vrishabha – Face, Mithuna-throat and shoulders, Kataka-Chest, Simha-Navel, Kanya -Stomach, Tula-Abdomen, Vrischika-Private parts, Dhanu -Thighs, Makara-Knees, Kumbha-Legs and Meena-Feet.
  • Calculate the Hora at the time of the question. The sign occupied by the Horadhipathi becomes the Ascendant and predication can be made.
  • Ask the querist to choose any number from 1 to 108. Note the number. Divide by 12. The reminder counted from Mesha gives the Ascendant. Example if the querist chooses number 45. Then divide 45 by 12. The reminder is 9. The ascendant is Dhanus counted from Aries and hence the Prashna Lagna falls in Sagittarius.
  • Thamboolaruda:  Ask the querist to bring some beetle leaves. Count the number of beetle leaves. Multiply this number by 2 and then by 5. Add 1. The total should be divided by 7. The reminder is the planet represented counted from Sun onwards. The occupancy of the concerned planet should be noted in the chart of the day of question. The sign where the concerned planet is posited represents the Ascendant of the Prashna chart.
For a definitive answer we can follow a simple method explained below:
  • Count the articles brought by the querist such as beetle leaves, beetle nut pieces, fruits etc. separately and add them.
  • Multiply this total by 3 and divide by 6.
  • If the reminder is 1 – Profits, 2 – Destruction, 3 – Happiness,                     4 – Tragedy, 5 – Concerning life and  0 – death may be the result


All the classical books on this subject have codified results depending upon various permutation and combination of planets in the Prashna Chart under common headings such as the following:
  • Gains & losses
  • Travels, coming & going in general
  • The invasion & retreat of enemy
  • Queries about one who is abroad / return of traveler
  • Success and defeat
  • Recovery from disease
  • Lost articles
  • Queries  regarding objects in mind or fist (Mooka Prashna)
  • Marriage /Birth of children (Male / female)
  • Miscellaneous matters
Depending on the nature of the query, the results can be predicted as per combination provided in the books. The students are advised to consult the following classical texts for further research.
  • Daivajna Vallabha
  • Prashna Marga
  • Shatpanchashika
  • Chappanna
  • Krishneeyam
  • Prashna Gnaana
  • Pragnyaana Deepika
  • Prashna Vidya
  • Jinendra Maala

Author’s Note

 I do not advise budding astrologers to venture into this realm of astrology unless they have considerable experience in Natal horoscopy. This system also requires great degree of intuition which is not inherent in every individual. This has to be developed over the years by constant practice and diligence. So, tread with caution and be circumspect with your predictions.

Chandra Kalanala Chakra

14 Jul
                                                              Om Gurubyo Namaha
                                          Chandra Kalanala Chakra
This Chakra is used to assess gains and losses, comforts and victory or subjugation on given day. 28 Nakshatras including Abhijit are used here. The location of Janma Nakshatra vis-à-vis the transiting Moon Nakshatra will give the result. This Chakra is mainly used in ‘Prashna’
  • The chart is constructed in the shape as shown the diagram below.
  • The Transiting Nakshatra in which the Moon is posited is placed at the centre prong of upright trident (No. 1)
  • The remaining 27 Nakshatra including Abhijit should be placed in order (clockwise) as shown in the diagram.
  • The results are tabulated for different placement of Janma Nakshatra vis-a-vis Transiting Moon’s Nakshatra

Chandra Kalalnala Chakra

Normal Method
 If Janma Nakshatra is posited in different parts of diagram, the results will be as follows:
  •  Any of the tridents: Highly inauspicious.
  •  Outside the circle: Average results.
  • Inside the circle: Auspicious results.
Second  Method
  •  If the Prashna Chart, Moon Nakshatra is posited in 8th, 15th & 22nd Nakshatra from native’s Janma Nakshatra (No. 1) the answer to query will be negative.
  •  If the Prashna Chart Nakshatra of  Lagna Lord  is posited in 8th, 15th & 22nd Nakshatra from native’s Janma Nakshatra (No. 1) the answer to query will be negative.
  • The result thus obtained will fructify within 72 hours from Prashna time.
Note: More details are available in ‘Jataka Bharanam’ by Pandit Dundiraja translated by GC Sharma