Three distingushing features of Hindu Astrology are divisional charts, dasha systems and yogas. This book deals with divisional charts.
We all know the concept of divisional charts after we go through the Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra. It is for the first time that the practical application of these are given The book deals with all Parashari and non Parashari divisional charts and bring out their predictive value and the technique The high lights of the book are:
1 Rules for examination of each divisional chart.
2 House significations of divisional charts.
3 Linking of divisional charts.
Linking of divisional charts is discussed for the first time It opens new avenues in sharpning the predictive technique and provide ground work for further research. It shows the way to do and develope Astrology in a scientific and replicable manner.
The book is illustrated with many examples to bring out the deeper meanings of divisional charts.
I hope that this book will be helpful to all students and scholars of Astrology in sharping their preciictve accuracy.
Shri Vinod Prakash Goel is a former officer of the Indian Engineering Services and has served with the Ministry of Defence Government of India. He has o held managerial positions with private companies in India and abroad before setting up an engineering manufacturing and contracting firm. Presently he is a consultant to the Defence Research and Development Organisation.
Shri Goel has an M Tech, degree from IIT Kharagpur and B. Sc Mechanical Engineering (Honours) degree from Benaras Hindu University.
In the years 1999 and 2000, he was awarded Gold Medals for Jyotish Alankar and Jyotish Acharya at the Institute of Astrology, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi. He is now on the faculty of the Institute.
He is a published author of four books on Astrology prior to this presentation.
Our Guruji Shri K.N. Rao asked me to write on divisional charts.
This was about one year ago. This book is a result of his direction. I am grateful to him for considering me worthy enough for this task.
Divisional charts are the pride of Hindu astrology. They reflect the depth of knowledge our ancients had. Each divisional chart is a magnified view of a specific area of human life. Our seers have advised us to read each divisional chart in-depth to understand the horoscope holistically.
This study of divisional charts is presented in twenty three chapters. These chapters deal with the sixteen divisions or shodashvargas of parashar. The four non parashar divisional charts are also explained along with higher divisional charts. An interesting chapter of inter linking of divisional charts is also included. The linking of different divisional charts of one individual and of different individuals are given in a simple yet effective way. This linking is useful to provide a complete picture of the horoscope.
I am grateful to the faculty of Institute of Astrology, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, who taught me Hindu Astrology. I am grateful to the almighty God for directing me towards Astrology.
My special thanks to Sh. Narender Sagar for giving shape to the book from my hand written notes.
I will feel satisfied if readers are benefitted from this work.
|Varga Vimshopak Bala||4|
|Longitudes in divisional chart||8|
|Birth Chart D1||13|
|Significations of Houses||13|
|Significations of Signs||14|
|Classification of Rashis||28|
|Significations of planets||29|
|Rules for Examination||42|
|Parashari or Cancer/Leo or Uma Shambhu Hora||45|
|General effect of hora placement (Mansagri)||46|
|Labh Mandook Hora or Kerata Hora||49|
|Poorva Parashari Hora||55|
|Sun and Moon Hora||59|
|Vikram Mandook Hora||62|
|Nature of a Person||67|
|Twenty second Drekkana||71|
|Sex of Coborn||83|
|Cyclical of Parivrittitraya Drekkana||91|
|Dieties of Chaturthamsha||93|
|Examination of D4||95|
|Parashari and Cyclical Chaturthamsha||102|
|House significations of saptamsha||107|
|Examinations of Saptamsha||109|
|Sex of Children||115|
|Beeja Sphuta and Kshetra Sphuta||116|
|Navamsha in Nadi Astrology||123|
|Rashi Tulya Navamsha||128|
|Navamsha Tulya Rashi||129|
|Deities of Navamsha||135|
|1. Promise of Marriage||137|
|2. Early Marriage||138|
|3. Late marriage||141|
|4. Multiple marriages||142|
|5. Status of Spouse||144|
|6. Caring Spouse||146|
|7. Mutual Attraction||147|
|8. After Marriage||148|
|9. Match Making||150|
|Ruling deities of dashamsha||159|
|Lord of Tenth house in D10||164|
|Mathematical or cyclical dashamsha||169|
|House significations of dwadashamsha||171|
|Ruling Deities of Dwadashamsha||173|
|Parashad or Cyclical method||184|
|Houses of Shodashamsha||185|
|Rules for examination of Shodashamsha||186|
|Lords of Shodashamsha||187|
|Other method of casting shodashamsha - Third Version||201|
|Houses in Vimshamsha||207|
|Examination of D20||214|
|House in Chaturvimshamsha||224|
|Lord of Chaturvimshamsha||225|
|Examination of Chaturvimshamsha||227|
|Method Three - Cyclical or Mathematical||238|
|Significations of Planets||244|
|Deities of Parashara Trimshamsha||251|
|Cyclical or Varanasi Trimshamsha||252|
|Houses of Trimshamsha||253|
|Examination of D30||254|
|Cyclical or Mathematical||289|
|Deity to worship||307|
|Higher Divisional Charts||347|
|Sex of horoscope||352|
|Linking of divisional Charts||361|
|Charts of members of a family||368|
|Charts of different individuals||371|
|a. Husband and wife||371|
|b. Division of property In a family||373|
|c. Business relations||378|
Item Code: NAC924 Author: V P GOEL Cover: Paperback Edition: 2012 Publisher: Sagar Publications ISBN: 9788170821342 Language: English Size: 8.4 Inch X 5.7 Inch Pages: 395 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 500 gms