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Laghu Parasari (Jataka Chandrika): Comprehensive Exposition of DASA Principles of Parasara School of Vedic Astrology: Sanskrit Text with English Translation, Detailed Notes, Diagrams etc.
Laghu Parasari (Jataka Chandrika): Comprehensive Exposition of DASA Principles of Parasara School of Vedic Astrology: Sanskrit Text with English Translation, Detailed Notes, Diagrams etc.
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Preface

Laghu Parasari occupies a place of pride in Hindu astrological literature. Its principles originate from the gospel book of astrology i.e., Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra. In this sport treatise a peculiar and specific way and lucidity has been adopted in presenting the Parasara principles. This short work a true perspective is the prime and foremost work for those who want to dive deep into the vast ocean of predicative astrology.

Vimshottari Dasa or Udu Dasa system which this Laghu Parasari deals is logical and in vogue since the evolution of Manharishi parasara's system in Hindu astrology. Truly it is in vogue because it has stood to test of time.

Sanskrit is the language which has many different meanings for the same world. There are many commentaries on Laghu Parasari by illustrious commentators. Due to above peculiarity discrepancies rather due to misinterpretations of the commentators. We have tried here to stick to the principles strictly rather than to deviate and viberate with various commentator's emphatic interpretations. Many points of contradictions have been dealt with logically and supporting authorities have been quoted for the sake of authenticity and reliability.

Commentaries and views of Pt. Vinayaka Sastri Betala Pt Ram Yatna Ojha and Pt. Seeta Ram Jha have been given weightage as they are upto the mark in understanding Laghu Parasari. This trio is like Hindu trinity of gods as far as Laghu Parasari is concerned.

Introduction

Man has been curious to know his future since the dawn of human civilisation and will be keen for the same in future also. This is more due to his never satisfying nature with his present conditions. His hopes lie in astrology and in a broader sense forehead reading etc. various methods are adopted in astrology for anticipating the coming events but primary factors like planets house and signs more or less remain the same with all of them.

This work is primarily concerned with the characteristics acquired by various house. Most auspicious house are the 1st, 5th and 9th house which form the vertices of an equilateral triangle. Most inauspicious houses are the 8th, 11th, 6th and 3rd houses in the descending order.

Basically planets have inherent benefic and malefic nature. The words auspicious and inauspicious have been used in this commentary of this work instead of benefic and malefic. The former are specific here for good and bad characteristics of the planets due to their house lordships. A natural malefic can be auspicious or gives auspicious results during his Dasa or Bhukti for being the lord of an auspicious house. Like wise a natural benefic can be inauspicious during his Dasa-Bhukti simply by owning an inauspicious house. The results of natal told for the planets in his text are different from the results of natal horoscopy. The results of natal horoscopy are permanent nature and occur with more or less intensity through out life. The results described here are of temporary nature and are limited to Dasa-Bhukti period only. Through results of Rajayoga combinations are sometimes evident through out life in some measures.

The lords of Trikonas are of the same element and therefore are friendly to each other bestowing auspiciousness. Thus they are considered auspicious in Dasa context. The lords of Kendras from pairs of friendly and unfriendly planets. Through friends, still they are of opposite nature. Therefore they are said to suspend their inherent benefic or malefic nature in Dasa context and behave as neutrals to from Yogas with Trikona lords.

Maharishi Parasara has said at length about various types of Dasas but the great Maharishi has himself concluded that Vimsottari Dasa system is the best among all of them. Though Astottari Yogini and Kalacharka Dasa are also used by the rank and life of astrologers; but Vimsottari Dasa is widely accepted one. Maharishi Parasara says.

Vimsottari Dasa is supreme in Kaliyuga.

The zodiac is of 360 and every side of an equilateral triangle formed in it sweeps 120. There are 27 Naksatras in the zodiac and 9 Naksatras fall within 120. This 120 corresponds to 120 years of Vimsottari Dasa i.e. 6 years of the Sun; 10 years of the Moon; 7 years of Saturn; 17 years of Mars; 18 years of Rahu; 16 years of Jupiter; 19 years of Saturn; 17 years of Mercury; 7 years of Ketu and 20 years of Venus Dasa. 1 of zodiac stands for 1 year as full longevity if human being but it is a wrong inference. 120 years is just the total of the Dasa years of nine planets. Of course in them also fall Maraka Dasa which usually end the life of an individual.

Vimsottari Dasa is one such scientific method to time good and bad periods, which is based on the principle of time or Trikona (Triangle). It was practice among ancient Hindu written not to talk of the principles but more stress was laid on applicability considering what is said to be divine.

The sun is the central star of our planetary system. If we start from the sun the orbits if various planers are as under: Sun Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter and Saturn.

If instead of the sun we keep earth as the pivotal entity than the orbital order will be.

Earth sun Moon Mars Jupiter, Saturn Mercury and Venus.

Rahu and Ketu are also considered as planets though in reality they are simply the intersection points of the paths of earth and the moon. These two nodes have their fixed place in the zodiac. Rahu is the point form where the moon starts to her to her southern course. Rahu and Ketu thus are the magnetic points, which have retrograde motion and arrive at the same point after every 18 years. Solar and Lunar eclipses occur due to these two nodes and after every 18 years almost similar eclipses occur. Due to uniformity of their motion these are also the time rectifies. Rahu-Ketu provide important clue to demarcate the exact path and location of the moon. Due to this property the ancients included Rahu-Ketu in the Dasa scheme. For being northern intersection point Rahu finds a place between Mars and Jupiter and being southern intersection of Dasas arrived at is:

Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu and Venus.

Rahu finds a place after three planets and Ketu and next three planets i.e., Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury.

One interesting fact that supports Vimsottari Dasa system of 120 years is that after 120 years the sun and the moon are again on the same Naksatra and the lunar date is again the same as it was 120 years back. In this way Vimshottari Dasa of lunar mansions. Whatever may be from the birth Naksatra.

The allotment of Dasa years to various planets is due to their practical visibility in the ecliptic. The planets are actually visible in the sky in the same Naksatra or in trine to it again at the expiry of their Dasa years. For example if Mars is visible now in Aswini exactly in trine to his position. Geometrically some of the planets are at the same longitude while others are in trine to it after the expiry of their allotted Dasa years. This is for their practical visibility. Thus we see that Dasa years are dependent on the practical visibility of the planet again at the same longitude or in trine to the same trinal Naksatra. This also supports that Vimsottari Dasa system is a Trikona Naksatra Dasa system.

Contents

Preface
Contents
Introduction Page No
Preliminaries 13-53
Slokas
1Prayer
2Subject matter of the work
3Importance of Naksatra Dasa
4About general Know how
5Aspects of Planet
6About Trikona and Trishadaya lords
7About lords of Kendras
8About 2nd and 12th house lords
9Rule about 8th house lord
10Kendradhipatya Dosha
11Sun and Moon as 8th house lords
12yogakarakatwa of planets
13Characteristics of Rahu and Ketu
Combinations of Planets 54-87
14Auspicious combinations
15Blemished Kendra & Trikona lords
16More about Yogakarakatwa
17Rajayoga par excellence
18Dasas of Yogakarakas
19Bhuktis of related inauspicious lords
20other auspicious Yogas
21Rahu-Ketu As Yogakarakas
22Extinction of Rajayoga
On Longevity 88-102
23Determination of Maraka houses
24Determination of Maraka Planets
25Determination of Maraka Planets
26Other Maraka Planets
27Other Maraka Planets
28Speciality of Saturn as Maraka
Dasas and Bhuktis of Planets 103-131
29Special rules for Dasa results
30Special rules for Dasa results
31Neutral Bhukti lord to Dasa lord
32Dasa of Kendra and Trikona lords
33Yogakaraka and Maraka Dasa-Bhuktis
34Yogakaraka and Maraka Dasa-Bhuktis
35Auspicious Dasa and Bhuktis of Yogakaraka
36Dasa Bhuktis of Rahu Ketu
37Dasa of inauspicious Planets
38Dasa of Inauspicious Planets
39Rule about Maraka Dasas
40Rule for Dasa Bhukti for Venus and Saturn
41Specific Rajayogas
42Specific Rajayogas
Auspicious and Inauspicious Planets 132-170
43Aries Lagna
47Tauras Lagna
49Gemini Lagna
51Cancer Lagna
54Leo Lagna
57Virgo Lagna
59Libra Lagna
62Scorpio Lagna
64Sagittarius Lagna
66Capricorn Lagna
69Aquarius Lagna
71Pisces Lagna
73Concluding Slokas
Miscellaneous 171-172
75General Slokas
76Dasa Calculations 173-183
77Index to Technical Terms 184-189

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Preface

Laghu Parasari occupies a place of pride in Hindu astrological literature. Its principles originate from the gospel book of astrology i.e., Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra. In this sport treatise a peculiar and specific way and lucidity has been adopted in presenting the Parasara principles. This short work a true perspective is the prime and foremost work for those who want to dive deep into the vast ocean of predicative astrology.

Vimshottari Dasa or Udu Dasa system which this Laghu Parasari deals is logical and in vogue since the evolution of Manharishi parasara's system in Hindu astrology. Truly it is in vogue because it has stood to test of time.

Sanskrit is the language which has many different meanings for the same world. There are many commentaries on Laghu Parasari by illustrious commentators. Due to above peculiarity discrepancies rather due to misinterpretations of the commentators. We have tried here to stick to the principles strictly rather than to deviate and viberate with various commentator's emphatic interpretations. Many points of contradictions have been dealt with logically and supporting authorities have been quoted for the sake of authenticity and reliability.

Commentaries and views of Pt. Vinayaka Sastri Betala Pt Ram Yatna Ojha and Pt. Seeta Ram Jha have been given weightage as they are upto the mark in understanding Laghu Parasari. This trio is like Hindu trinity of gods as far as Laghu Parasari is concerned.

Introduction

Man has been curious to know his future since the dawn of human civilisation and will be keen for the same in future also. This is more due to his never satisfying nature with his present conditions. His hopes lie in astrology and in a broader sense forehead reading etc. various methods are adopted in astrology for anticipating the coming events but primary factors like planets house and signs more or less remain the same with all of them.

This work is primarily concerned with the characteristics acquired by various house. Most auspicious house are the 1st, 5th and 9th house which form the vertices of an equilateral triangle. Most inauspicious houses are the 8th, 11th, 6th and 3rd houses in the descending order.

Basically planets have inherent benefic and malefic nature. The words auspicious and inauspicious have been used in this commentary of this work instead of benefic and malefic. The former are specific here for good and bad characteristics of the planets due to their house lordships. A natural malefic can be auspicious or gives auspicious results during his Dasa or Bhukti for being the lord of an auspicious house. Like wise a natural benefic can be inauspicious during his Dasa-Bhukti simply by owning an inauspicious house. The results of natal told for the planets in his text are different from the results of natal horoscopy. The results of natal horoscopy are permanent nature and occur with more or less intensity through out life. The results described here are of temporary nature and are limited to Dasa-Bhukti period only. Through results of Rajayoga combinations are sometimes evident through out life in some measures.

The lords of Trikonas are of the same element and therefore are friendly to each other bestowing auspiciousness. Thus they are considered auspicious in Dasa context. The lords of Kendras from pairs of friendly and unfriendly planets. Through friends, still they are of opposite nature. Therefore they are said to suspend their inherent benefic or malefic nature in Dasa context and behave as neutrals to from Yogas with Trikona lords.

Maharishi Parasara has said at length about various types of Dasas but the great Maharishi has himself concluded that Vimsottari Dasa system is the best among all of them. Though Astottari Yogini and Kalacharka Dasa are also used by the rank and life of astrologers; but Vimsottari Dasa is widely accepted one. Maharishi Parasara says.

Vimsottari Dasa is supreme in Kaliyuga.

The zodiac is of 360 and every side of an equilateral triangle formed in it sweeps 120. There are 27 Naksatras in the zodiac and 9 Naksatras fall within 120. This 120 corresponds to 120 years of Vimsottari Dasa i.e. 6 years of the Sun; 10 years of the Moon; 7 years of Saturn; 17 years of Mars; 18 years of Rahu; 16 years of Jupiter; 19 years of Saturn; 17 years of Mercury; 7 years of Ketu and 20 years of Venus Dasa. 1 of zodiac stands for 1 year as full longevity if human being but it is a wrong inference. 120 years is just the total of the Dasa years of nine planets. Of course in them also fall Maraka Dasa which usually end the life of an individual.

Vimsottari Dasa is one such scientific method to time good and bad periods, which is based on the principle of time or Trikona (Triangle). It was practice among ancient Hindu written not to talk of the principles but more stress was laid on applicability considering what is said to be divine.

The sun is the central star of our planetary system. If we start from the sun the orbits if various planers are as under: Sun Mercury Venus Earth Moon Mars Jupiter and Saturn.

If instead of the sun we keep earth as the pivotal entity than the orbital order will be.

Earth sun Moon Mars Jupiter, Saturn Mercury and Venus.

Rahu and Ketu are also considered as planets though in reality they are simply the intersection points of the paths of earth and the moon. These two nodes have their fixed place in the zodiac. Rahu is the point form where the moon starts to her to her southern course. Rahu and Ketu thus are the magnetic points, which have retrograde motion and arrive at the same point after every 18 years. Solar and Lunar eclipses occur due to these two nodes and after every 18 years almost similar eclipses occur. Due to uniformity of their motion these are also the time rectifies. Rahu-Ketu provide important clue to demarcate the exact path and location of the moon. Due to this property the ancients included Rahu-Ketu in the Dasa scheme. For being northern intersection point Rahu finds a place between Mars and Jupiter and being southern intersection of Dasas arrived at is:

Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu and Venus.

Rahu finds a place after three planets and Ketu and next three planets i.e., Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury.

One interesting fact that supports Vimsottari Dasa system of 120 years is that after 120 years the sun and the moon are again on the same Naksatra and the lunar date is again the same as it was 120 years back. In this way Vimshottari Dasa of lunar mansions. Whatever may be from the birth Naksatra.

The allotment of Dasa years to various planets is due to their practical visibility in the ecliptic. The planets are actually visible in the sky in the same Naksatra or in trine to it again at the expiry of their Dasa years. For example if Mars is visible now in Aswini exactly in trine to his position. Geometrically some of the planets are at the same longitude while others are in trine to it after the expiry of their allotted Dasa years. This is for their practical visibility. Thus we see that Dasa years are dependent on the practical visibility of the planet again at the same longitude or in trine to the same trinal Naksatra. This also supports that Vimsottari Dasa system is a Trikona Naksatra Dasa system.

Contents

Preface
Contents
Introduction Page No
Preliminaries 13-53
Slokas
1Prayer
2Subject matter of the work
3Importance of Naksatra Dasa
4About general Know how
5Aspects of Planet
6About Trikona and Trishadaya lords
7About lords of Kendras
8About 2nd and 12th house lords
9Rule about 8th house lord
10Kendradhipatya Dosha
11Sun and Moon as 8th house lords
12yogakarakatwa of planets
13Characteristics of Rahu and Ketu
Combinations of Planets 54-87
14Auspicious combinations
15Blemished Kendra & Trikona lords
16More about Yogakarakatwa
17Rajayoga par excellence
18Dasas of Yogakarakas
19Bhuktis of related inauspicious lords
20other auspicious Yogas
21Rahu-Ketu As Yogakarakas
22Extinction of Rajayoga
On Longevity 88-102
23Determination of Maraka houses
24Determination of Maraka Planets
25Determination of Maraka Planets
26Other Maraka Planets
27Other Maraka Planets
28Speciality of Saturn as Maraka
Dasas and Bhuktis of Planets 103-131
29Special rules for Dasa results
30Special rules for Dasa results
31Neutral Bhukti lord to Dasa lord
32Dasa of Kendra and Trikona lords
33Yogakaraka and Maraka Dasa-Bhuktis
34Yogakaraka and Maraka Dasa-Bhuktis
35Auspicious Dasa and Bhuktis of Yogakaraka
36Dasa Bhuktis of Rahu Ketu
37Dasa of inauspicious Planets
38Dasa of Inauspicious Planets
39Rule about Maraka Dasas
40Rule for Dasa Bhukti for Venus and Saturn
41Specific Rajayogas
42Specific Rajayogas
Auspicious and Inauspicious Planets 132-170
43Aries Lagna
47Tauras Lagna
49Gemini Lagna
51Cancer Lagna
54Leo Lagna
57Virgo Lagna
59Libra Lagna
62Scorpio Lagna
64Sagittarius Lagna
66Capricorn Lagna
69Aquarius Lagna
71Pisces Lagna
73Concluding Slokas
Miscellaneous 171-172
75General Slokas
76Dasa Calculations 173-183
77Index to Technical Terms 184-189
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