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    Jyotish Syllabus for 4 Year Course

    1st Year Syllabus

    1. Introduction: What is Jyotish?

    ◊ The Creation: Vasudeva/Sada Shiva, manifested, and un-manifested part of GOD.

    ◊ Nav Grahas (9 planets) as an incarnation of Shri Vishnu. Association of the 9 planets with 9 Avatars of Shri Narayan. Shri Matsya (fish) to Shri Krishna.

    ◊ Concept and philosophy behind Vedic Astrology (Jyotish): Atma (Individual Soul) and Paramatma (Supreme Soul) and the voyage of a Soul in Mritu Loka (planet earth where death is inevitable or Maya) towards nirvana or self-realization.

    -The four goals/ayan of life: Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha.
    -The Six weaknesses we all possess: Shad Ripu : (Kaam: Desire), (Krodha: Anger), (Moha: Attachment), (Lobha: Greed), (Mada: Ego), (Matsarya: Jealousy or envy).
    -Truth or Satya and Untruth or Maya or Manifestation, the two inseparable part of existence Shiva and Shakti (The Ardhanarishvara).

    ◊ Jyotish as Vedanga, scope, and parts of the knowledge body.

    ◊ Description of lineages of Sages and their contribution in Jyotish.

    ◊ The three Gunas (quality of anything): Rajas, Tamas, Satwa

    ◊ The five Mahbhutas or five building blocks of creation: Agni (fire), Prithvi (earth), Vayu (air), Jal(water), Akasha(ether).

    ◊ Introduction to Panchang, the quality of Time or the five limbs of Time.

    ◊ Soul (Atma), Mind (Manas), and Body (Sharira): Sun, Moon, and Lagna.

    ◊ Sapt Loka: 7 Planes of existence, and the real picture of a Horoscope in the Sky.

    ◊ Introduction to Nakshatra (Constellations), Rasi (Signs), Bhava (Houses), Graha (planets) & Up Grahas.

    ◊ A brief description of Zodiac /Bha-chakra: The interlinking of nakshatras and signs.

    ◊ The depiction of Vedic charts in three forms: The North Indian style, South Indian style, and East Indian style.

    ◊ Puranic stories, events, and descriptions as described in various Vedic scriptures for practical usage in Jyotish. Birth of Mercury etc.

    2. Three types of Karaka (Significance of planets):

    ◊ Naisargik Karaka (Natural Significance): Ruled by Lord Brahma for creation.

    ◊ Char Karaka (Variable Significance): Governed by Lord Vishnu for sustenance.

    ◊ Sthir Karaka (Fixed Significance): Lorded by Lord Shiva for transformation or destruction.

    ◊ Naisargik Karaka (Natural Significance) of the 9 planets.

    3. Nav Grahas or Nine Planets: a comprehensive description, significance, and usage of Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus,  Saturn, Rahu, and Ketu.

    ◊ Qualities given by the 9 planets & association with Navamsa

    ◊ Industry segments ruled by the 9 planets: useful in career/profession, business, education and acquisition of wealth.

    ◊ Various kinds of relationships among planets: natural friendship and enmity. The derivation of these relationships i.e.  Naisargik Matri-shatruta. Tatkalit Maitri (temporary friendship) and Panchadha Maitri (5 fold relationship), finance-related friendship and enmity, pachakadi sambandha etc.

    ◊ Sura (सुर) group & Asura (असुर ) group of planets.

    ◊ The meaning of exaltation, debilitation, mul-trikona, own sign, friendly sign, and enemy sign to practically use them in Vedic astrology.

    ◊ Graha Drishti and Rashi Drishti The meaning and usage to read Vedic charts.

    -Various kinds of states: Marana Karaka Sthana (death signifying house), other states of the planets: Baaladi avastha (based on age), Jaagritadi avastha (based on attentiveness and focus on goals) and Sayanadi avastha (based on mood).

    ◊ What is Marana Karaka Sthana? Marana Karaka Sthana of all the planets discussed. Meaning, usage, and remedies explained in detail with example charts.

    4. Twelve Rasi or Twelve Signs of the zodiac:

    ◊ Comprehensive significance and use: synonyms, places, situations, gunas, colors, and all standard descriptions and categorizations for practical use in charts.

    – Male (पुरुष) and female (स्त्री) signs,
    – Malefic (kroor) and benefic (somya) signs
    – Movable (चर), fixed (स्थिर) and dual (द्विस्वभाव) signs,
    – Shirshoday, prishtoday & ubhyoday signs
    – Fire, earth, air and water signs
    – Kshatriya (क्षत्रिय), brahmin (ब्राह्मण), vaishay (वैश्य), shudr (क्षूद्र) signs
    – Dharma (धर्म), artha (अर्थ), kama (काम), moksha (मोक्ष) signs: Trines & triplicity.
    – Colors and places indicated by signs

    ◊ How are the 12 signs created by the 27 Nakshatras/Constellations? Why Aries is a fire sign & Taurus is an Earth sign etc.?

    5. Twelve Bhavas or Twelve Houses of the zodiac:

    ◊ A comprehensive description of the aspects to be seen from each house: starting from the 1st to the 12th house.

    ◊ The relevant meanings of the 12 houses in various divisional charts.

    ◊ Bhav karaka planets for the 12 houses.

    ◊ Definition, meaning, and usage of houses in different groups: quadrant (kendra), trines (trikona), trishday, trik, upchay, apchay, apoklima & panaphara houses.

    ◊ The signification of a sign in terms of a bhava /house in the kundali of Kaal Purusha (काल पुरुष).

    6. Yoga Karaka:

    ◊ Evaluation of functional malefic, benefic, and neutral planets for each Lagna due to their lordship and natural makeup, hence their inclination for giving good and bad results.

    ◊ Nature due to lordship: Functional nature (शुभ or पाप) of planets for various Ascendants: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.

    ◊ Quadrants, Trines, Trishdaya and Parashraya houses, Kendradhipatya Dosha (केन्द्राधिपत्य दोष):
    Categorization of most benefic & malefic planets for each Ascendant.

    7. How to read Vedic Charts:

    ◊ Methodical approach to reading a birth chart in Jyotish considering crucial parameters and applying rules of Vedic astrology. Understanding various Lagnas, the scope of influence of planets on a particular bhava in various capacities.

    ◊ Who can influence and in what capacity & role in a Vedic chart?

    -Bhav Karaka of the house. fundamental in charge.
    -Planets placed in the house: natural benefic & malefic, functional benefics & malefics.
    -Planets lording the house.
    -Planets aspecting the house by Rashi Drishti (RD).
    -Planets aspecting the bhava by Graha Drishti (GD).
    -Planets having Argala on the house.

    ◊ What is the cancellation of debility (नीच भंग)? How do we evaluate it in a Vedic chart? Rules for evaluating the cancellation of debility using Rasi (D1) & Navamsa charts (D9).

    ◊ The meaning of combustion and combust planet/अस्त ग्रह. How do we draw results when a planet is combust?

    ◊ The setting of Janma Nakshatra (सूर्य की जन्म नक्षत्र पर छाया) explained using Sarvato Bhadra Chakra in brief. Its importance for finances and wealth explained.

    ◊ Dig Chakra (दिग चक्र), Deity (दिग देवता) & Graha Dig Bala (ग्रह दिग बल, directional strength) elucidated. Dig Bala of the planets in a Jyotish chart discussed. How to use Dig Bala in reading charts.

    ◊ General guidelines to read the results of placement of house lords in different houses. X lord placed in Y house. Fundamentals of reading a birth chart plus general concepts to ready any divisional chart.

    ‡ Case study Mahatma Gandhi: a general analysis of yogas present in the Rashi chart (D1): Pravraj yoga, Bandana yoga, Malavya Maha Purush Yoga, other Rajyoga, etc.  Analysis w.r.t the planets present in the trinal (1,5,9) houses in Navamsa Kundali (D9) or Vargauttama planets and qualities present in the individual.

    8. Lessons from Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra (BPHS) to judge 1 to 12 house results:

    ◊ The building block principles to analyze and judge the results of all the houses discussed in detail with example charts. 1 to 12 house results.

    9. Birth Time rectification of Rasi and Navamsa

    ◊ What is Birth Time Rectification?

    ◊ Why do we do Birth Time Rectification?

    ◊ Definition of the Birth Time from Shastras.

    ◊ How do we do Birth Time Rectification? The method to ratify the Rasi and Navamsa.

    ◊ Continuous emphasis on doing Birth Time Rectification of Divisional charts.

    10. Hora Lagna: wealth, and riches (Jaimini Sutra):

    ◊ Various kinds of Ascendants/Lagnas: Lagna, Hora Lagna, Ghatika Lagna, Arudha Lagna, Shri Lagna, Chandra Lagna, Prana-pada Lagna, Varnada Lagna, Atma Karaka as Lagna, etc.

    ◊ Description of Hora Lagna.

    ◊ What do we see from this special ascendant?

    ◊ How does Hora Lagna influence us in our pursuits of wealth acquisition?

    ◊ The effects of Hora Lagna in 12 Houses from Lagna?

    ◊ Raj yogas via Hora Lagna. Yogada & Maha Yogada.

    11. Ghatika Lagna: power and influence (Jaimini Sutra):

    ◊ Description of Ghati/Ghatika Lagna.

    ◊ What do we see from this special ascendant?

    ◊ How does Ghatika Lagna influence us in our pursuits of power and control?

    ◊ The results of Ghatika Lagna in 12 Houses from Lagna?

    ◊ Raj yogas via Ghatika Lagna. Yogada & Maha Yogada.

    ‡ Charts of celebrities discussed in case studies for Hora and Ghatika Lagna: Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Shri George W. Bush, Ms. Jayaram Jayalalithaa, Shri Amitabh Bachchan, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, Shrimati Indira Gandhi, Mr. Chandraswami, Shrimati Sonia Gandhi, etc.

    ‡ Charts of many individuals, presented in an anonymous form, in the case studies.


    2nd Year Syllabus

    12.  Arudha Lagna & Bhav Pada:

    ◊ Our existence at various levels (real & worldly). Who are we?

    ◊ What is Arudha Lagna? How is it created by our intelligence (Lagna lord)?

    ◊ Calculations of Bhav Padas of the 12 houses. Consideration of dual lordships of Scorpio and Aquarius for their Bhav Pada calculations.

    ◊ Arudha Lagna and material status, the worldly image in society, wealth/finance, gains, and losses.

    ◊ Significance of various houses from Arudha Lagna (AL).

    ◊ The results given by grahas and signs involved based on their composition (gunas, naisargik karak tatwa), lordship, state, strength etc.

    ◊ 7th house from Arudha Lagna (Dwar Rasi). Help raise or block progress?

    ◊ Bhav Padas placed in various houses from Arudha Lagna: quadrants, trines, trik bhava (6,8,12)

    ◊ Bhav Padas placed in various houses from Lagna.

    ◊ Blocking or opposition of Bhav Pada by planet (s) placed in 7th house/7th lord.

    ◊ Breaking and/or short term existence of a Bhav Pada in life. Marriage and/or love relationship etc.

    ◊ Detailed results of Bhav Padas, Arudha Lagna, various houses from Arudha Lagna, Upa Pada, 2nd house from Upa Pada, etc.

    ◊ Explanation and analysis of shlokas from Jaimini Sutra & Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra.

    ◊ Utilization of Bhav Padas in Divisional Charts/Varga Kundli.

    ◊ Miscellaneous topics: Parivartana Yoga and Arudha Lagna/ Bhav Padas etc.

    ‡ Example Charts of famous personalities: Pope Jean-Paul 2, Prince CharlesShri Dhirubhai AmbaniShri Ramakrishna ParamahamsaSwami Vivekananda, Mahatma GandhiShri Jawaharlal Nehru, Shrimati Indira GandhiShrimati Sonia Gandhi, Shri Amitabh Bachchan, etc.

    13. Divisional Charts:

    ◊ Exploring the need and use of Divisional charts with special emphasis on D60 Amsha rulers. Learning Shodash Varga (16 charts) taught by Maharishi Parashara and 4 more charts taught by Maharishi Jaimini. Case studies of Shri Dhiru Bhai Ambani, Mr. Adolf Hitler, and Mahatma Gandhi to digest the knowledge acquired.

    ◊ Why do we need Divisional Charts /वर्ग कुंडली?

    ◊ Why can’t we just use Rashi or Uday chakra (D1) only for everything?

    ◊ 16 Divisional Charts as taught by Maharishi Parashara: description of 6 Vargas, 7, Vargas, 10 Vargas, 16 Vargas schemes

    -Rashi (D-1)
    -Hora (D-2)
    -Drehkana (D-3)
    -Chaturthamsa (D-4)
    -Saptamsa (D-7)
    -Navamsa/Dharmamsa (D-9)
    -Dasamsa/Karmamsa (D-10)
    -Dwadashamsa (D-12)
    -Shodashamsa (D-16)
    -Vimshamsa (D-20)
    -Chatur-Vimshamsa/Siddhamsa (D-24)
    -Sapta-Vimshamsa/ Nakshtramsa/Bhamsa (D-27)
    -Trimshamsa (D-30)
    -KhaVedamsa (D-40)
    -AkshaVedamsa (D-45)
    -Shastiamsa (D-60)

    ◊ Four more Varga Kundalis, as taught by Maharishi Jaimini

    -Panchamsa (D-5)
    -Shasthamsa (D-6)
    -Ashtamsa (D-8)
    -EkaDasamsa/Rudramsa (D-11)

    ◊ General rules to read Divisional Charts

    ◊ Introduction and explanation of Shastiamsa (D-60) Amsha Ruler in detail.

    ◊ What are Amsha Rulers?

    -How do they influence us (bodies: planets, lagnas, upgrahas, other bindus)
    -What is the scope of this influence?
    -How do we use Amsha Rulers in Jyotish?

    ◊ Case studies using Shastiamsa (D-60 Amsha Rulers: Mahatma GandhiShri Dhirubhai Ambani, Mr. Adolf Hitler, etc.

    ◊ Vimshopak Bala of a planet in Shad Varga (6 Divisional charts) scheme explained. The calculation and meaning included.

    -Vimshopak bala (Varga Vishwa) of a Graha is described.
    -Vimshopak bala (Swa Vishva) of a Divisional chart is explained.

    14. Dasamsa Chart (D10):

    ◊ Understanding our Karmas and inner motivations behind them by learning to read the Dashamsa Chart (D10) in a lucid manner. We use this varga kundali to analyze the career & profession of a native.

    ◊ What is Dashamsha/Dasamsa Chart? What do we see in it?

    ◊ What is the scope of this chart?

    ◊ When does it get activated ? is it when we begin working formally or even before?

    What happens after retirement? Is the role of D10 over?

    ◊ How do we calculate the Dashamsha Chart?

    ◊ The significance of 12 houses in the Dashamsha Chart (D10).

    ◊ Categorization of 4 Ayan or goals of life hence four karmas: trikonas, trines, and triplicity

    ◊ Functional roles executed by a native in career/work/life.

    ◊ Work-related developments: changes, uncertainty, transfers, breaks, retirement, promotion, demotions, lay off, fights etc

    ◊ What makes one opt for independent activity, organized business activity? Is it just money? Or a business activity while in job/employment (salary/remuneration). How do we judge all these?

    ◊ Ten Amsha rulers or dig-pals (guardian of ten directions, 8 in the horizontal plane, and 2 in the vertical plane). The inner motives behind our karmas.

    ◊ Utilization of Arudha Lagna and Bhav Pada in Dasamsa (D10)

    ◊ Case studies Dashamsha Chart (D10) of: Shri Dhirubhai Ambani, Smt. Sonia Gandhi, Shri Amitabh Bachchan

    ◊ Five more case studies of natives to elaborated work in detail.

    -Rashi (D1), Navamsha (D9) and Dashamsha(D10) charts of the natives have been discussed along with Arudha Lagna and Bhav Padas as relevant.

    ‡ Case study 1: Attempted to become a doctor but changed the industry after repeated failure for long.

    ‡ Case study 2: Is a scholar: B.Tech & M.Tech engineer from a top institute having a nice career in product management & consulting roles in a foreign land.

    ‡ Case study 3: Worked in the manufacturing industry: production, quality, and client management roles in the iron & steel industry. Tried business but failed.

    ‡  Case study 4: Failed in sales jobs later became a professor of accounts. Doctorate (Ph.D.) in commerce from a state university

    ‡ Case study 5: A self-made businessman, just after graduation established his own business of air conditioner installation and repair in his home town. Education: Bachelor of Business Administration. He later diversified into the food catering business.

    15. Navamsa/Dharmamsa (D9): the importance and general utilization in all aspects of life:

    ◊ What is Navamsa (D9)? The calculation & importance of this Varga Kundli. If Rashi is a tree then D9 is the fruits & shelter.

    ◊ The coherence of 108 Nakshatra Padas & 108 Navamsha.

    ◊ The 3 Amsha Rulers: the governing forces representing 3 levels of Dharma, each planet & Lagna follows.

    ◊ The internal linking of Rashi (D1) & Dharmamsha(D9). Mapping of the 4 Ayan (directions or goals) in the 4 quadrants of Navamsha. Dharma (knowledge), Artha (finances), Kama (desires), Moksh (health). 64th Navamsha & Kharesh.

    ◊ Placement of natural benefic or malefic in the 4 quadrants of Navamsa & results for the character/knowledge, relationships, finances, and health. Trines, triplicity, and synergy.

    ◊ Our internal personality, the Lagna rising in D9: mental and general tendencies.

    ◊ The description of a native based on Lagna rising in Rasi (D1) & in Navamsa (D9).

    ◊ Linking of Sun & Moon to Navamsa: Raj Yogas initiation and sustenance, circumstances of birth

    16.Rasi Tulya Navamsa:

    ◊ Various techniques to verify the good & bad yogas of rasi chart will fructify with magnitude, intensity and for a long duration or just superficially.

    ◊ The 12 Amshas with emphasis on Naidhan Amsha & Ashtamsha.

    ◊ The definition, meaning, and usage of Vargauttama planets.

    17. Use of Navamsa (D 9) in evaluating marriage, relationships & sensuality:

    ◊ The significance of 12 houses in D9 & in-law relatives.

    ◊The significance of 12 houses in D9 & & sensuality

    ◊The relationship between Atma Karaka & Daar Karaka and consequences for marriage

    ◊ The possibilities of Arrange or love marriage

    ◊ The importance of Arudha Lagna, and other bhav padas In-laws & spouse relationships.

    ◊ Combinations of piousness, faithfulness, high sexuality, loose morals, and/or adulterous nature, many partners, multiple marriages.

    ◊ Combinations for no marriage

    ◊ Happy marriage, harmonious relationships & continuation of the marriage of long

    ◊ Fights, quarrels, separation, troubles in marriage, getting involved with alternative partners, break of marriage, severe tensions in marriage, legal disputes in marriage.

    ◊ The prospects and happiness in 1st, 2nd and/or 3rd marriage etc

    ◊ Preference & orientation of a native for partners and sensuality: heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual nature, etc.

    ◊ Analysis of Rasi chart w.r.t Daar Pada, Upa Pada & Arudha Lagna

    ◊ Explanation of Shlokas from Shastras on Navamsa: Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra (BPHS), Jaimini Sutra, Chandrakala Nadi, Brihat Jatak, Satya Jatak, other.

    ‡ Case studies: Shri Albert EinsteinSwami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Mr. Nathuram GodseShri Jawaharlal Nehru, Shrimati Indira GandhiShrimati Sonia Gandhi, Shri Amitabh Bachchan, Shri Rabindranath Tagore, Ms. Lata Mangeshkar, Mr. Hugh Hefner

    ‡ 5 more case studies of individuals, presented in an anonymous form, to cover various aspects taught in theory.

    18. Argala, the planetary intervention or bolt.

    ◊ What is Argala?

    ◊ How is Argala formed and what does it do? What is a special Argala?

    ◊ What is Virodh Argala ?

    ◊ How is Virodh Argala formed and what results it generates?

    ◊ How to evaluate the strength of Argala & Virodh Argala and judge?

    ◊ Example of one planet giving Argala & Virodha Argala on various houses.

    ◊ Argala given by Rahy and Ketu.

    ◊ Results given in BPHS on Argala on the 12 houses.

    ◊ Quality of results given by natural benefics and natural malefics.

    ◊ When to expect results given by Argala giving planets?

    ◊ Why natural malefic planets are not good in the 9th house?

    ◊ Example of Argala given by Rahu

    19. Detailed analysis and results of Bhavesh Phala Adhyay from BPHS. House lords in 1 to 12 houses.

    ◊ Explanation via a diagrammatic representation of birth charts using ownership, placement, karaka, Graha Drishti, Rasi Drishti, and Argala.


    3rd & 4th Year Syllabus

    20. Evaluation of Transit/Gochara based on:

    ◊ Position of the transiting planet from natal Moon.

    ◊ Position of the transiting planet from natal Lagna.

    ◊ Vedha/वेध and Vipreet Vedha/विपरीत वेध on the planet: bad & good results are nullified respectively and temporarily.

    ◊ Nakshatra occupied by the transiting planet (based on Nav Tara Chakra, hence good or bad based on Janm Nakshatra of a native).

    ◊ The Moorti (मूर्ति) (gold, silver, copper, and iron) of the transiting planet.

    ◊ The Ashtakavarga contributions: Transit & general results:

    -Bhinna Ashtakavarga (भिन्ना अष्टकवर्ग)

    -Prastaar Ashtakavarga (प्रस्तार अष्टकवर्ग)

    -Sarva Ashtakavarga (सर्व अष्टकवर्ग)

    -Trikona Shodhan (त्रिकोण शोधन /rectification)

    -Ekadhipatya Shodhan (एकधिपत्य शोधन)

    -Pinda Sadhan (पिंड साधन)

    ◊ The Kaksha (कक्षा) where the transiting planet is situated in a sign.

    ◊ Varsh Graha Gochar (वर्ष गृह गोचर): Jupiter (12 M), Saturn (30 M), Rahu (18 M) and Ketu (18 M) stay longer time in a Rasi, so their transit is called Varsh Graha Gochar, giving long-standing effect and leaves a great impact on life.

    ◊ Samagamam (समगमम): A planet when passes through its own radical (natal) position in the birth chart or over other planets it triggers certain results, this is called Samagamam.

    ◊ Placement of the transiting planet in the natal Navamsa (D9).

    ◊ Eclipse and its effects.

    ◊ Position of the transiting planet from Arudha Lagna (AL).

    ◊ Position of the transiting planet in Divisional charts (Dn).

    ◊ Location of the transiting planet based on 27 Nakshatras.

    ◊ Results based on Sarvato Bhadra Chakra (SBC: 28 Nakshatras).

    -Detail description & utilization of the chakra for transit & general use.

    ‡ Various case studies to explain the calculations and to understand the results explained in theory.

    21. Char Karaka, the Soul level signification:

    ◊ What are Char Karakas?

    ◊ A comprehensive description of two char karaka scheme and usage.

    -Eight Char Karaka Scheme: Atma, Amatya, Bhratri, Matra, Pitra, Putra, Gnyati and Dara karaka. Contributing planets are from Sun to Rahu. What they mean and how to use them.

    -Seven Char Karaka scheme: Atma, Amatya, Bhratri, Matra, Pitra, Gnyati and Dara karaka. Contributing planets are from Sun to Saturn.

    ◊ Analyzing birth charts using Char Karaka: from natal Ascendant, taking Atma Karaka as Ascendant, and from Karak Amsa (D9).

    ◊ Results of Karakamsa: Taking Atma Karaka as Ascendant in Dharmamsa (D9). Analysis and explanation of results given in BPHS.

    ◊ Special Yogas via Char Karaka: Raj Yoga, Raj Sambandh yogas, 

    yogas for knowledge & salvation, etc.

    ◊ Atma Karaka is the King in a birth chart. Impact and results on various relationships & events and finally the experiences a native has based on the mutual placement of other Char Karaka from the Atma Karaka.

    ◊ Use of Char Karaka in Mundane astrology etc.

    ◊ Illustration with many examples and case studies.

    22. Yogas of Planets (BPHS & other Classics):

    ◊ Definition of Yoga in Jyotish.

    ◊ Formation of four types of Yoga:

    -Parivartana or Exchange Yoga
    -Yuti or Conjunction Yoga:
    -Graha Drishti Yoga (via Planetary aspect)
    -Graha Drishti on Dispositor (Tadisha) Yoga

    ◊ Examples of mix and match of all 4 types in charts and modifications.

    ◊ Description of three types of Yoga based on the nature/quality of results:

    -Raj Yoga or Lakshmi Narayan Yoga
    -Dur Yoga
    -Vipreet Raj Yoga

    ◊ Possibilities of formation of all 3 types (qualitative results) in a chart with various permutations & combinations.

     ◊ Yogas formed by Rahu & Ketu: do Rahu & Ketu always spoil the yogas? Or they can contribute constructively as well?

    -Raj Yoga or Lakshmi Narayan Yoga
    -Dur Yoga
    -Vipreet Raj Yoga

    Judgment of Yoga Results:

    ◊ Rasi Tulya Navamsa & lasting results with magnitude. Support of Dharma carried from past lives.

    ◊ The operational playground: the importance of the house of Yoga formation.

    ◊ Significance of Naisargik Karak Tatwa of Grahas contributing.

    ◊ Houses & signs of early and late fructification of Yogas.

    ◊ The importance of Ascendant lord in Yogas.

    ◊ The importance of pure Quadrant & Trine houses for powerful Raj yogas (what advantage?)

    ◊ Operational ease and success based on friendship, neutrality, and enmity among the grahas.

    ◊ The role of Tadisha (Dispositor): strength, weakness and placement of the dispositor of the house having Raj yoga.

    ◊ Formation of Yoga in Divisional charts:

    ◊ Strength & auspiciousness and weakness & inauspiciousness of Planets.

    ◊ Examples & use of Jyotish Software:

    ◊ Strength of planets & auspicious placements: Good strength in Rasi and/or Navamsa chakra, high Shad bala, high Vaisheshika Amsa, Vimshopak Bala, high BAV score in the house, auspicious D60 Amsa ruler of the planet, placement in good Tara, good Avastha. Neecha Bhan Raj Yoga.

    ◊ Weakness of planets & inauspicious placement: Weakness in Rasi and/or Navamsa chakra, low Shad bala, Vaisheshika Amsa, Vimshopak bala, low BAV score of the planet in the house, inauspicious D60 Amsa ruler of the planet, placement in gandanta, Marana Sthan, opposite house of Digbala, combustion, Mritu Bhaga, defeated in graha yuddha, placement in bad Tara, Khara lord (22nd Drehkkana), bad Avastha.

    ◊ Dhan Yoga: wealth and affluence

    ◊ Yogas of Wealth & power: Hora & Ghati Lagna

    ◊ Raj Yogas & Obstruction to them.

    ◊ Nirdhan Yoga: Penury

    ◊ Pravajya Yogas: Renonciation

    ◊ Nabhas Yogas: 32 Types:

    -3 Ashraya, 2 Dala, 20 Akriti and 7 Sankhya Yogas

    ◊ Chandra Yoga, Surya Yoga, Maha Purusha Yoga

    ◊ Yogas via Arudha Lagna

    Yogas via Char Karaka: Raj Yoga, Raj sambandh Yoga

    ◊ Combinations related to disease, children, knowledge, marriage

    23. Rest of the Divisional Charts (Varaga Kundalis or Chakra):

    ◊ Calculations and detail study. Focus on Amsa Rulers and other specificities of each environment.

    ◊ D-2 Hora, D-3 Drekkana (3 types), D-4 Chaturthamsa, D-5 Panchamsa, D-6 Shasthamsa, D-7 Saptamsa, D-12 Dwadashamsa, D-16 Shodashamsha, D-20 Vimshamsa, D-24 Siddhamsa, D-27 Nakshatramsa, D-30 Trimshamsa, D-60 Shastiamsa.

    24. Panchanga, the 5 limbs of Time:

    ◊ Introduction, complete description, and use of the five basic elements of the quality of time in analyzing birth charts, divisional charts, annual charts, and for finding Muhurta (auspicious time for the beginning of an activity).

    -Tithi: relationships & happiness.

    -Vara: health & vitality.

    -Nakshatra: strength & longevity.

    -Karana: wealth, success, and achievements.

    -Yoga: unison, auspiciousness, cohesion & meaning to life.

    25. Constellations or Nakshatra:

    ◊ Introduction to the 27 Nakshatras with a detailed description of each.

    ◊ The adobes or wives of Moon. The Deities (Devatas), symbols, characteristics, and various kinds of characterizations to be used to analyze charts, find Muhrata (auspicious time for the beginning of an activity).

    ◊ 27 Nakshatra scheme: Complete description and use (Nav Tara Chakra, house mapping of 27 Nakshatra in various house in a birth chart).

    ◊ Description and use of different Nakshatra from Moon and from Lagna.

    26. The 28 Nakshatra scheme.

    ◊Complete description and use. Usage of special nakshatras for readings like in SarvatoBhadra Chakra etc.

    -Janma Nakshatra (where Moon is). For health, mental and physical wellbeing in general.

    -Sampat for wealth and prosperity (2nd from Janma Nakshatra)

    -Karma (10th from Janma) to see success and achievement in Karmas.

    -Sanghatika (16th from Janma) used for debts, finances and big troubles in life, etc.

    -Adhana (19th from Janma) to use where native settles down in life. Very useful for work.

    -Manas (25th from Janma). To see the state of mind and how forces make one strong or weak-minded person.

    -Desha (27th from Janma) to see support from home country or otherwise in various efforts one does.

    -Abhishek (28th from Janma) to see the crown, honors, or freedom one gets.

    -Samudaika (18th from Janma) to evaluate overall well being and results.

    -Jati (26th from Janma) to see the overall support one gets from the community and contribution one does for them.

    -Vinash (23rd from Janma) to see who brings about destruction and who helps during those odd times.

    27. Timing Events: Dashas

    ◊ Vimshotari Dasha and its variations: Constellation (Nakshatra) based dashas, thier calculation, and interpretation.

    ◊ Dashas starting from various references: janma tara, utpanna tara, kshema tara, lagna tara etc.

    ◊ Conditional Vimshotari Dashas: Satabdika dasa, Chaturasiti sama dasha, Dwisaptatisama dasha, Shastyhayani dasha, Dwadashotri Dash, etc. Moola dash: for timing curse and such unfortunate events.

    ◊ Rashi Based Dashas to time events. Calculation and interpretation.

    – Other phalit Dashas

    28. Special Chakras: Sarvato Bhadra Charka, Kala Chakra:

    29. Muhurta (Auspicious Time):

    30. Prashna: Answering a Query:

    31. Annual Horoscope:

    32. Match Making:

    33. Mark (killer), the circumstances & cause of death:

    34. Miscellaneous topics:

    ◊ Techniques like Rashi Tula Drehkana, Navamsha Tuly Rashi, etc.

    ◊ Concepts like: yogada, maha yogada, kevala, rashi gandanta, nashatra gandanta, pushkara amsha, pushkara navamsha, yogi and avyogi planets, sadey sati, dwadas aditya etc.

    ◊ Retrograde or Vakri Planets and how to judge their effects?

    ◊ Badhaka, the problem creator or problematic houses ( Badhaka stahana) & Badhakesh.

    ◊ Khara & Kharesha : 22nd Drehkanna & 64th Navamsa

    ◊ Graha Yudha, Mritu Bhaga

    ◊ How to do systematically do Birth Time Rectification or how to identify the correct time of the birth of a native using Special Lagnas & Divisional charts.

    ◊ Many more surprise topics:

    35. Ethical practices while practicing Jyotish professionally:

    36. Prescribing Vedic Remedies for standard and specific problematic:

    ◊ Amavasya Dosha, Gandanta Dosha, Naga Dosha, and other Curses, etc.


    Jyotish Course: fees & duration

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