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P aresh Desai is a doctor by profession &

has pursued deep study of astrology since several decades. He comes from a parampara where ‘Only Sarvatobhadra Chakra’ is used for predictions, no dasas at all. His Guru was the illustrious legendary celebrity astrologer of Bombay, Shri Ravindra Desai who had learnt astrology from Baroda & Benares for 25 years and then developed his own system of Sarvatobhadra Chakra. We expect Mr. Desai to reveal some rare secrets in this space in the coming years.

Dharak & Dharakansha Horoscope

By Paresh Desai, India

Readership Level: Advanced

W e have come across many such situations where in spite of giving prediction after

considering all the principles of Phalit Jyotish, our predictions have gone wrong. One of our great Jyotishacharyas of yester years Varaha Mihir has given us the principle that “a native will get good and favourable fruits of the house whose lord is strong and powerful in the birth horoscope provided that it is also strong in the Navamansha horoscope. This has been verified to be true in many instances but there are few instances where this principle has not been proved correct. My Guruji wondered why this has been so. He thought of all the principles of Phalit Jyotish he had studied but did not get any answer so he went to his Guruji for the explanation and solutions. His Guruji also thought about this but could not find any reason. So he told my Guruji that he had taught him all the principles of Jyotish which he had studied from his Guruji and that he had nothing more to offer. My Guruji kept on thinking about it and one day, he suddenly thought of Tarak. Our jyotishacharyas have described about Tarak in their literature. My Guruji prepared a table of Tarak and put all the planets in the nakshatra under Tarak in which they were situated at the time of birth respectively. He found out that a planet which came under favourable Tarak gave favourable fruits but a planet which came under unfavourable Tarak did not give good or favourable fruits even though it was

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strong in birth horoscope as well as in Navamansha horoscope as per the principle of Varaha Mihir. He studied many charts in this way and found out that a planet which is strong in the birth horoscope and also in the Navamansha horoscope has to be strong or favourable in Tarak also. Then and then only it was capable of giving favourable or good fruits of that house. He verified this in many horoscopes or charts and came out with the modified principle that “a planet which is strong and favourable in birth horoscope and also in Navamansha kundali gives favourable and strong fruits of the house of its lordship only if it is present under good or favourable Tarak.

T o understand this properly, we must first understand the concept of Tarak given by our learned Rishi-Munis. They studied the effects of different nakshatras on planets starting from the nakshatra of Moon. Why nakshatra of Moon? In Indian Vedic

Astrology, whenever a planet is giving fruits of its house, Moon plays very important role. Moon is considered as our mind in astrology and it is through our mind that we feel happiness or unhappiness, joy or sorrow. All the emotions and feelings are because of mind. Moon is also very close to earth and whenever a planet is going to give fruits, it transfers its fruits to Moon and Moon transfers them to the native and this way native gets Shubha or Ashubha fruits as per the transit of planets. So Chandra Rashi Kundali (Moon Rashi horoscope) is used for Gochar prediction in our Nirayan system of Indian Vedic Astrology. Our learned Rishi-Munis observed the effects of various constellations on planets as per its distance from the constellation of Moon. They studied the effect of nakshatra on planets in giving fruits when it is in the same constellation as that of Moon. Then the effect of second constellation from Moon was studied and so on. In this way they studied the effects of all 27 Nakshatras on planet’s behavior in giving fruits and they found out that there were nine types of effects as per the distance of specific nakshatra from the constellation of Moon. Considering the nakshatra of Moon as the first Nakshatra, the effects up to nine nakshatras were different and same effects were repeated from 10 th Nakshatra to

18 th Nakshatra and from 19 th Nakshatra to 27 th Nakshatra. This way nine groups of nakshatras were formed each having three nakshatras. These groups were given the name of Tarak. Each Tarak was given a name as per its effect on planets. The names they gave were in serial order

1

Janma

2

Sampad

3

Vipad

4

Kshema

5

Pratyari

6

Sadhak

7

Naithan

8

Mitra

9

Adhimitra

As we know there are 27 Nakshatras or constellations. Our learned Rishi-Munis considered the nakshatra of Moon as the first nakshatra and placed this nakshatra below Janma Tarak. Then second nakshatra from moon was placed in second Tarak i.e. Sampad Tarak. This way they placed nine Nakshatras under nine Taraks in serial order. The 10 th Nakshatra was again placed under Janma Tarak and next nine nakshatras were put under nine Taraks respectively in serial order in second row. Again 19 th nakshatra was placed under Janma Tarak and remaining nakshatras were placed under respective Tarak in 3 rd row. In this way three rows of nine nakshatras were formed under taraks. Each Tarak contained three constellations. So Tarak is nothing but the group of nakshatras. The nakshatra of moon is considered as the first nakshatra. So Janma Tarak will contain 1 st , 10 th and 19 th

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nakshatra from Moon’s nakshatra, Sampad Tarak will contain 2 nd ,11 th and 20 th nakshatra from Moon’s nakshatra and so on. If we see this in tabular form it will be as follows.

Sr.

Tarak

Serial Number of Nakshatra from Moon

No.

1

Janma

(Nakshatra of Moon)

1

10

19

2

Sampad

2

11

20

3

Vipad

3

12

21

4

Kshema

4

13

22

5

Pratyari

5

14

23

6

Sadhak

6

15

24

7

Vadha

7

16

25

8

Maitra

8

17

26

9

Adhimitra

9

18

27

The effect of each Tarak on planets in short is as follows:

1. Janma Tarak: Fruits obtained as per the strength of the planet in birth horoscope.

2. Sampad Tarak: More than expected fruits are obtained.

3. Vipad Tarak: Fruits with worries and obstacles in the beginning.

4. Kshema Tarak: Fruits for family and enjoyed with family members.

5. Pratyari Tarak: Fruits with hopes and despair or hopelessness.

6. Sadhak Tarak: Fruits with constant efforts.

7. Naithan (Vadh) Tarak: Destruction of fruits at the last moment.

8. Maitra Tarak: Fruits with the help of friends or recent acquaintance

9. Adhimitra Tarak: Fruits obtained with the help of family members or very close friends.

My Guruji changed the word “Naithan” to “Vadha” (Sudden end – slaughter) as it is more appropriate. As the planets were imbibing the effects of Tarak under which they came, my Guruji changed the word Tarak to Dharak as the meaning of Dharak is to wear or to take the effect of some thing else. E.g. when a car is painted red, we say it is a red car, when it is painted yellow, we say it is a yellow car. Similarly a planet coming under a particular Tarak takes the effects of that Tarak. So we can say that it has taken the effect of that Dharak and will give fruits as per the characteristics of that Dharak.

Characteristics of Dharak

1. Janma: This is the first Dharak. The Nakshatra of Moon is placed under this Dharak. 10 th and 19 th Nakshatra from Moon also come under this Dharak. a) Its meaning is taken as “As It Is” i.e. a planet coming under this Dharak gives fruits or results of its house as per its strength or weakness in the birth horoscope.

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b) If it is strong and powerful in the birth horoscope and is equally strong and powerful in Navmansh kundali, then it gives good and favourable fruits of the house of its lordship.

c) The fruits are obtained easily and also last for a long time.

d) If it is weak in the birth horoscope and also in Navmansh kundali, then it gives weak fruits or unfavourable fruits of the house it represents.

e) If it is strong in birth horoscope and weak in Navmansh kundali or vice versa, it gives mixed fruits. A strong planet gives good fruits and a weak planet gives poor results of the house it represents if it comes under Janma Dharak.

2. Sampad: This is the second Dharak. 2 nd , 11 th and 20 th Nakshatra from Moon comes under this Dharak in three rows respectively.

a) In Sanshodhanatmak Sarvatobhadra chakra, the meaning of Sampad is taken as More Than Expected.” It also means extra or additional or more or excessive.

b) That means a planet coming under this Dharak gives fruits of its house of lordship in excess or more than what a native was expecting. Sampad Dharak makes the planet coming under it to give more fruits of its house.

c) Suppose a person is doing some consultation and expects to earn Rs.5000/- as his fees but his client would be very happy with his consultation and gives him Rs.7000/- which is more than what he had expected for. So a planet coming under this Dharak gives more fruits than its capacity or its strength in the birth horoscope.

d) Similarly if malefic planets are giving worries or unfavourable fruits than the native will get more worries than what he had expected for.

3. Vipad: This is the 3 rd Dharak and 3 rd , 12 th and 21 st Nakshatra from Moon comes under this

Dharak.

a) Vipad means Obstacles or Worries.

b) These obstacles and worries are found in the initial phase of the deeds. These worries and obstacles get over as the deeds progresses.

c) A planet coming under this Dharak always gives worries and obstacles while giving the fruits of the house it governs. As the native continues his work, these obstacles and worries start getting removed and the deeds get completed eventually.

d) But there is no charm at the end of the work as the native has to pass through lot of difficulties and worries even for executing a simple work. E.g. a person wants to buy a car of particular model and colour. He goes to the showroom of that car and books his car. He is promised the delivery of the car after 7 days. He goes to the showroom for delivery but his car has not reached the showroom. So he is told to come after another 7 days. He again goes after 7 days to find out that the car of his choice of colour is not there. He is not interested in other colour so he is promised delivery of the car of his choice of colour after another 7 days. After 7 days he gets the car of his choice but there is no happiness or charm of obtaining the car of his choice as it has come after so many obstacles and frequent visits to the showroom.

e) So a planet under vipad Dharak does give fruits of the house it governs but after obstacles and hardship in the beginning.

4. Kshema: This is the fourth Dharak and 4 th , 13 th and 22 nd Nakshatras from the Nakshatra of

Moon come under this Dharak.

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a) The meaning of Kshema is Easily Obtained And Enjoying Fruits With Whole Family”. It also means that whatever fruits native gets, he shares them with his family members and enjoys with them.

b) Whenever there is worries about the fruits of the house, he dose not share his worries with his family members but keeps it to him.

c) Thus a planet coming under this Dharak gives fruits of the house it governs easily, without worries and as per expectation and are enjoyed by whole family.

d) We can take two meanings of this Dharak. 1. Fruits are obtained easily, without many efforts and 2. They are enjoyed with whole family.

e) Native will not use the fruits for self only but will distribute them to all family members and relatives who are in his contact.

f) As there are always two sides of a coin, here also fruits obtained are of two types. When benefic planets are giving fruits, they are obtained easily and enjoyed by the family but when fruits are obtained by malefic planets, i.e. when unfavourable fruits are obtained and there are worries and less fruits in spite of hard work, native does not like to pass on his unhappiness or worries to his family members. He would try to keep his worries and unhappiness or failures to himself.

g) We can take an example of a person doing a job. He will earn his salary every month and give money to his family. Whatever he earns, he uses for the happiness of his family. But when he loses his job, he gets worried but does not tell his family about it. He does not want his family to worry about it and be unhappy. But his family would come to know about this in due course and every one in the family will be sad and unhappy.

h) But this is a good dharak, so whenever the unfavourable transit of planets is over, the person will get another job and every one in the family will be happy. So this dharak involves his family in both favourable and unfavourable situations.

5. Pratyari: This is the 5 th Dharak and 5 th , 14 th and 23 rd Nakshatras from the nakshatra of Moon occupy this Dharak.

a) The meaning of the word Pratyari is “Nirashai.e. “Despair’’.

b) The planet coming under this dharak gives fruits of the house it governs in such a way that the situation is very hopeful to start with and the native is confident that he will get the fruits soon but suddenly the situation changes and it becomes hopeless. Native looses confidence of getting fruits and becomes disappointed.

c) But this situation does not remain for long and as the transit becomes favourable, he again becomes hopeful of getting fruits. This way, the planet coming under this Dharak gives fruits of its house always with hopes and despair.

6. Sadhak: This is the 6 th Dharak and 6 th , 15 th and 24 th Nakshatra from the nakshatra of Moon come under this Dharak.

a) The meaning of Sadhak is “Sadhana or Intense Efforts”.

b) The fruits of the house are not obtained without making efforts if the lord of that house is placed under this dharak. It makes the native continuously work or keep on making efforts to obtain the fruits of the house.

c) If a person makes efforts to achieve some level and achieves it and stops making efforts thinking that the level will be maintained without much effort, he finds it difficult to maintain that level.

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d)

That means that the native has to be constantly active to keep on getting the fruits of the house if the lord of that house is placed under this dharak.

e) If native stops working, the fruits also stop coming in.

7. Vadha: This is the 7 th Dharak and 7 th , 16 th and 25 th Nakshatra from the nakshatra of Moon comes under this Dhark.

a) The literal meaning of Vadha is Slaughter. It means Premature and Sudden Death.

b) Here its meaning is taken as sudden and premature loss of the fruits of the house if

the lord of that house comes under this dharak.

c) This dharak is not considered as a good dharak.

d) There is sudden loss of the fruits of the work which is near completion. Native is confident of getting the fruit of the work he is doing but suddenly something untoward happens and picture changes suddenly and everything is lost.

e) The fruits of the work which native was about to get are suddenly lost and the native does not understand what went wrong.

f) If the planet coming under this Dharak is strong and powerful then it gives the fruits of the house during benefic rotation, then suddenly the fruits are stopped from coming in but after some time when the rotation of benefic planets start, he starts getting the fruits of that house again.

g) That means there are many ups and downs in getting fruits of that house.

8. Maitra: This is the 8 th Dharak and 8 th , 17 th and 26 th Nakshatra from the Nakshatra of

Moon comes under this Dharak.

a) Maitra means Friend or Some Person With Recent Acquaintance.

b) The planet coming under this dharak gives fruits of its house with the help of a friend or some other person.

c) That means some person, a recent friend or an acquaintance becomes instrumental in getting the fruits of that house. If the native works himself, he may find some delays or obstacles or may not be able to do it satisfactorily but if he asks someone to do his work, then the work will be done nicely and satisfactorily. So someone becomes instrumental in getting the fruits of that house.

d) During benefic rotation of planets, native gets good fruits with the help of others but during malefic rotation of planets, native gets worries and may not get the desired fruits. E.g. a person wants to buy a railway ticket. If he goes himself to railway station or booking office, he would find a big queue. He may have to stand for a long time and waste his time but if he contacts some railway booking agent on phone, he will get the ticket without standing in long queue and without wasting his time and ticket will be delivered at his door step.

e) It is also observed that when a planet under this Dharak it becomes capable in giving fruits and if there is no one at that time to help the native, he may not get those fruits.

9. Adhimitra: This is the 9 th Dharak and 9 th , 18 th and 27 th Nakshatra from the Nakshatra of

Moon comes under this Dharak.

a) Adhimitra means Family Members or Very Close Friend or Someone Very Close To The Native.

b) Here also a close friend or a family member becomes instrumental in getting the fruits of the house whose lord is placed under this Dharak.

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c)

If native tries to get the fruits of the house with his own efforts, he may not get the desired result but gets the fruits with the help of a close friend or a family member.

d) Here also during benefic rotation of planets, native gets good fruits with the help of a family member or a close friend but during unfavourable rotation of planets, the same close friends or family members become instrumental for native getting bad fruits or worries of that house.

Dharakansha Horoscope

D harakansha Kundali is one of the research works of my Guruji Dr. Ravindra Desai, it would be prudent for the erudite scholar to work further on it for its miraculous snap shot results in judging houses.

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He calculated the Dharak of each planet and placed them in the house in which the respective planet is situated in the birth horoscope.

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He then studied the effects of dharak on that house and found out that Dharak plays a very important role in modifying the fruits of that house.

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If a favourable Dharak is present in the house, it increases the favourable fruits of that house but if an unfavorable Dharak occupies that house the fruits of that house become unfavourable even if the house is strong in the horoscope.

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If more than one dharaks were present in the house then their combined effects were

observed on the fruits of that house. To understand this properly let us prepare a Dharkansha Horoscope of a native and study the effects of dharaks on the fruits of that house. To prepare Dharakansha Horoscope, one has to prepare a birth horoscope with spasta grahas (Degreecal position of planets). From this, find out the constellation of each planet. One has to prepare a dharak chart and place each planet under the Dharak in which its

Nakshatra is present. Then find out the dharak of each planet. Place the dharak of each planet in the house where it is situated in the birth horoscope. This way dharakansha kundali will be ready. Let us take few examples.

Example: 1 Name: KD DOB: 13-05-1986, TOB: 17.34.00, POB: Vadodara, Gujarat State, India

Let us take few examples. Example: 1 Name: KD DOB: 13-05-1986, TOB: 17.34.00, POB: Vadodara, Gujarat
Let us take few examples. Example: 1 Name: KD DOB: 13-05-1986, TOB: 17.34.00, POB: Vadodara, Gujarat

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Planets at the time of birth will be as follows:

 

Planet

Sign-Dg-Mt-Sc

Nakshatra

 

1 Sun

00-28-45-57

Krutika

 

2 Moon

02-18-32-53

Aardra

 

3 Mars

08-25-28-44

Purva Shadha

 

4 Mercury

00-17-44-19

Bharani

 

5 Jupiter

10-23-51-46

Purva Bhadrapad

 

6 Venus

01-26-36-15

Mrugashirsh

 

7 Saturn

07-13-48-41

Anuradha

 

8 Rahu

00-05-08-33

Ashwini

 

9 Ketu

06-05-08-33

Chitra

10

Uranus

07-27-50-26

Jyeshtha

11

Neptune

08-11-48-44

Moola

12

Naseeb

07-26-06-03

Jyeshtha

13

Ascendant

06-06-19-08

Chitra

Prepare the tabular chart of nine dharak and write nakshatra in serial order under it starting from the nakshatra of Moon as follows.

Janma

 

Sampad

 

Vipad

 

Kshema

 

Pratyari

Adra

Adra Mo Pun   Pus   Ashl Magh

Mo

Pun

 

Pus

 

Ashl

Magh

Swa:

Vish

 

Anu

Swa: Vish   Anu Sa Jye Ur Mool Ne

Sa

Jye

UrSwa: Vish   Anu Sa Jye Mool Ne

Mool

NeMool

Shat

P.Bha

P.Bha

Ju

U.Bha

 

Rew

FoShat P.Bha Ju U.Bha   Rew Ashw Ra

Ashw

RaAshw

 

Sadhak

     

Vadha

   

Maitra

   

Adhimitra

P.Fa

 

U.Fa

Hast

 

Chi

Asc

Asc

P.Sha

Ma

Ma

U.Sha

 

Shra

Dhan

Dhan Ke

Ke

Bhar

Me

Me

Krut

Bhar Me Krut Su Roh Mrug Ve

Su

Roh

Mrug

Mrug Ve

Ve

Draw the birth horoscope and put the dharak of planets in the house which they occupy.

Dharakansha Kundali 8 Vipad Kshema 6 Adhimitra Pratyari 9 5 Sadhak 7 10 4 1
Dharakansha Kundali
8
Vipad
Kshema
6
Adhimitra
Pratyari
9
5
Sadhak
7
10
4
1
Sam
Vadha
Janma
pad
11
Pratyari
Sadhak
2
3
12
Adhimitra

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Nakshatra

Adra - Aardra

Swa - Swati

Sha - Shatbhisha

Pun - Punarvasu

Vis - Vishakha

P.Bha - Purva Bhadrapada

Pus - Pushya

Anu - Anuradha

U.Bha - Uttara Bhadrapada

Ashl - Ashlesha

Jye - Jyeshtha

Rew - Rewati

Magh - Magha

Mool - Mool

Ashw - Ashwini

P.Fa - Purva Falguni

P.Sha - Purva Shadha

Bha - Bharani

U.Fa - Uttara Falguni

U.Sha - Uttara Shadha

Kru - Krutika

Has - Hasta

Shra - Shravan

Roh - Rohini

Chi - Chitra

Dha - Dhanishtha

Mrug -

Mrugashirsh

 

Planets

 

Asc -

Me - Mercury

Ra - Rahu

Fo - Fortune

Ascendant

Su - Sun

Ju - Jupiter

Ke - Ketu

 

Mo - Moon

Ve - Venus

Ur - Uranus

 

Ma - Mars

Sa - Saturn

Ne - Neptune

 

Predictions from Dharakansha Kundali:

Adhimitra Dharak in 1 st House: Adhimitra means family members or very close friend and the 1 st house is the house of body and mind. Family members and close friend of the native become instrumental in proper growth of mind and body of the native and also in maintaining it fit. They also help him in his deeds for getting stability in his life and to maintain it. But during malefic rotation of planets, they become instrumental in bringing him mental and physical worries and also for his stability in life.

Vipad in 2nd House: Vipad means obstacles and worries and 2 nd house is the house of financial matters, wealth and family members. Native is finding obstacles and worries in his deeds for getting money and saving it and also for creating wealth. He is finding obstacles and worries in the beginning of his deeds even if they are straight forward and simple. Native has to work for removing those obstacles and then he will succeed in his efforts of earning money and getting wealth. But there will be less charm in spite of getting money and wealth as native has to pass through lot of hardships and extra work. This is also the house of family members so there may be worries in his relationship with his family members. As the lord of this house Mars is situated in third house, native will earn money and get wealthy by his self efforts and enterprises and his brothers or sisters may become helpful.

Kshema in 2nd House: Kshema means to get fruits easily and to enjoy them with family members. 2 nd house is the house of money, wealth and family members. So native will be able to earn money easily and save them for the future. He distributes the fruits of second house among his family members and his relatives or his well-wishers and enjoys with them happily. He does not use or keep money for himself alone. Native also shares his wealth

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with his family members and enjoys with them. But whenever there are financial worries or worries regarding his wealth, he would not share them with his family members. This is the special feature of this Dharak.

Pratyari in 3rd House: Pratyari means despair and the 3 rd house is the house of new enterprises. This is also the house of brothers and sisters. Whenever native thinks of doing some new enterprise he finds that the atmosphere is not always favourable. The atmosphere which was favourable when he started his deeds does not remain same for long. After some time he would find some obstacles and unfavourable circumstances which make him lose his hopes about the out come of his deeds. His mind fills up with despair. But this despair also does not remain for long. As the rotation of planets improve, the place of despair is taken up by hopes, this way there is always the atmosphere of hopes and hopelessness regarding the fruits of this house. As this is also the house of brothers and sisters, the relations of native with his brethren are sometimes very good and sometimes there is worries.

Sadhak in 3 rd House: Sadhak means Sadhana or Tap or to work continuously or constantly either mentally or physically. Native has to work constantly for obtaining the fruits of his deeds. If he stops his deeds then the fruits of his deeds would stop coming in i.e. he has to work constantly for achieving and maintaining the fruits of his deeds or enterprise. Suppose native has established a company and has fixed certain target for income and works to achieve his target and is happy after achieving it. He thinks that his company is well established now and there will be no problem if he focuses his attention to some other business. But as soon as he stops looking after his company, the business slows down and his income decreases. He again has to focus all his attention to the affairs of this company and again he will start getting fruits i.e. he has to look after his company affairs even after it is well established. Then and then only he would get proper and continuous fruits.

Sampad in 5 th house: Sampad means extra or more then one’s expectation. 5 th house is the house of education, intelligence and children. Some take 5H for higher education note this. Native was an average student during school; parents were always worried about his education. But he got more marks than his efforts during exams. He got better results in his exams than his expectations. During graduation studies he got first class through out. Then he gave CET for MBA but could not get admission in India. He was totally disappointed. He then read about Australian University fair and attended the seminar. He submitted his certificates and was selected for MBA by one of the best universities of Australia and has completed 2 semesters with credits and he was one of the top ten students out of 70 who were selected for industrial training. This means that whenever there is a rotation of malefic planets over 5 th house, he would get worries which are more than his expectations but whenever there is a rotation of benefic planets over this house, he would get much better fruits than his expectation.

Till the next issue of Saptarishis Astrology I would leave you to work out the results of Vadh & Janma in the above chart.

issue of Saptarishis Astrology I would leave you to work out the results of Vadh &

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