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Oath taking chart of Assam

CM

Sarbananda Sonowal

Background of Assam.

The government of India, which has the unilateral powers to change the borders of a state, divided Assam into several states since 1970 to satisfy

national aspirations of the tribal populations living within the then borders

of then Assam.

In 1963 the Naga Hills district became the 16th state of India under the

name of Nagaland. Part of Tuensang was added to Nagaland.

In 1970, in response to the demands of the tribal peoples of the

Meghalaya Plateau, the districts embracing the Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, and

Garo Hills were formed into an autonomous state within Assam; in 1972 it became a separate state under the name of Meghalaya.

Background of Assam.Contd

In 1972, Arunachal Pradesh (the North East Frontier Agency) and Mizoram (from the Mizo Hills in the south) were separated from Assam as union territories; both became states in 1986.

Since the restructuring of Assam after independence, communal tensions

and violence remain there. Separatist groups began forming along ethnic lines, and demands for autonomy and sovereignty grew, resulting in

fragmentation of Assam.

In 1961, the Government of Assam passed a legislation making use of the Assamese language compulsory. It was withdrawn later under pressure from Bengali speaking people in Cachar.

In the 1980s the Brahmaputra valley saw a six-year Assam Agitation

triggered by the discovery of a sudden rise in registered voters on electoral

rolls. It tried to force the government to identify and deport foreigners illegally migrating from neighboring Bangladesh and changing the

demographics. The agitation ended after an accord between its leaders and

the Union Government, which remained unimplemented, causing simmering discontent.

The post 1970s experienced the growth of armed separatist groups like United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) and National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB).

In November 1990, the Government of India deployed the Indian army, after which low-intensity military conflicts and political homicides have

been continuing for more than a decade.

In recent times, ethnicity based militant groups have grown. Regional

autonomy has been ensured for Bodo-Kachari community in Bodoland

Territorial Council Areas (BTC), for the Karbis in Karbi Anglong and for the

people of Dima Hasao district under the 6th schedule and Autonomous

District Councils (ADC) areas under Indian constitution, while Non-6th Schedule States in the North-East where under 73rd and 74th amendments (Panchayati Raj Institutions) have been applied in Assam (excluding Karbi Anglong Autonomous District Council and North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council), after agitation of the communities due to sluggish rate of development and general apathy of successive state governments towards

indigenous communities.

Sarbananda Sonowal, aged 53 years took oath on 24 th May, 2016, Tuesday evening at 16:36 (IST) at Guwahati as Chief Minister of Assam. The legislative assembly comprises of 126 members, of which BJP has 60 members, Assam Ganasangram Parishad (AGP) 14, and Bodoland People’s Front (BDF) 12. Bodoland is proposed state of India consisting of areas located in the extreme north on the north bank of the Brahmaputra river

in the state of Assam, in north east region of India, by the foothills of

Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.

Thus, this coalition government of NDA with 86 members formed the

government. The half way majority for formation of government is 64. So

in this case, the government is formed with the alliance with two other parties, which are AGP and BDF.

Following is the oath taking chart

In any oath taking chart the analysis begins with the aspects of panchang, i:e. Muhutha (tithi, vaar, nakshatra, yoga and karana).

Apart from the panchang parameters, there are certain houses which play a very important role in a oath taking chart. These are 1 st house (about the CM, people, general condition of the state, etc), 4 th house is opposition, 7 th house is allies (in this case is AGF and BDF) and lastly the 10 th house.

Now let us see the panchang parameters.

Tithi was Krishnapaksh triteeya. It’s a “Jaya” tithi ruled by Mars. In the above chart Mars is in its own house in Scorpio and retrograde. Mars rules the 7 th house of allies. Its effect will be dealt with later.

h house of allies. Its effect will be dealt with later. Date Time Time Zone :
Date Time Time Zone : May 24, 2016 : 16:36:00 : 5:30:00 (East of GMT)
Date
Time
Time Zone
: May 24, 2016
: 16:36:00
: 5:30:00 (East of GMT)
Place
: 91 E 44' 00", 26 N 11' 00“, Gauhati,
India
Lunar Yr-Mo
Tithi
Vedic Weekday
Nakshatra
Yoga
Karana
: Durmukha – Vaisakha
: Krishna Tritiya (Ma) (56.95% left)
: Tuesday (Ma)
: Moola (Ke) (34.07% left)
: Sadhya (Ve) (36.89% left)
: Vanija (Ve) (13.91% left)
Hora Lord
: Moon (5 min sign: Cn)

Vaar was “Tuesday”. Actually no auspicious

work is done on a Tuesday. The day lord is Mars and its retrograde and not good.

Nakshatra is Moola, which is ruled by

Nirriti ”, goddess of destruction. Moola

means the root. Moola connotes the ideas

of foundation and commencement. Moola does not indicate fortune or luck. Its lord

Ketu is placed in the sign of Aquarius. As per

vedic astrology, Rahu is part lord of

Aquarius and Ketu is part lord of Scorpio. So placement of Ketu is not a welcome sign in

Aquarius. Moreover, in Navamsa, Ketu is in

sign of Taurus, which is debilitation.

Navamsa, Ketu is in sign of Taurus, which is debilitation. Date : May 24, 2016 Time
Date : May 24, 2016 Time Time Zone Place : 16:36:00 : 5:30:00 (East of
Date
: May 24, 2016
Time
Time Zone
Place
: 16:36:00
: 5:30:00 (East of GMT)
: 91 E 44' 00", 26 N 11' 00“, Gauhati,
India
Lunar Yr-Mo
Tithi
Vedic Weekday
Nakshatra
Yoga
Karana
Hora Lord
: Durmukha – Vaisakha
: Krishna Tritiya (Ma) (56.95% left)
: Tuesday (Ma)
: Moola (Ke) (34.07% left)
: Sadhya (Ve) (36.89% left)
: Vanija (Ve) (13.91% left)
: Moon (5 min sign: Cn)

Now, let us go into analysis of oath taking chart.

The strength of the chart is seen by presence of benefics in Kendra and Trikona and Malefics in 3, 6 and 11. In the above chart, all the Kendras are empty except that 7 th house is occupied by Mercury. But Mercury getting aspect of Rahu becomes a malefic. Even the Trikonas are not occupied by benefics. The 5 th house is occupied by Ketu. The houses 3 rd is occupied by a benefic Moon but here also because of aspect of Rahu it loses its strength. The 6th house is empty and 11 th house is occupied by both Rahu and Jupiter. So foundation of the chart is weak.

The 6th house is empty and 11 t h house is occupied by both Rahu and

The lagna rising is Libra a cardinal sign. For any muhurat and that too in a oath taking chart, the lagna should be a

“Fixed” sign. So it does not show stability which means

there will be lots of challenges he will have to face. The lagna lord is Venus is placed in the 8 th house at 5 degrees of Taurus, close to Sun at 9 degrees. Venus is aspected

(opposition) by retrograde Saturn and Mars. The lagna lord going in the 8 th house shows that life is not going to easy as he will face lot of obstacles (as its 8 th house). Mars which aspects Venus is lorded by the 7 th house of allies, which is going to give him tough times. Mars is also

lord of 2 nd house which denotes money matters and here again there will be lot of support that he will require

from the centre. The aspect of Saturn, the lord of 4 th house of Opposition is also going to give him tough time

too. So he need to balance between both the opposition and its allies.

Opposition is also going to give him tough time too. So he need to balance between

The 4 th house is ruled by Capricorn (which is for Opposition). The lord of 4 th house Saturn is retrograde in the 2 nd house along with retrograde Mars. This

is a confluence of both opposition and

allies. This will create trouble in the later years.

The 7 th house is ruled by Aries (which is for Allies) is ruled by Mars and is placed in the 2 nd house. The effect of it is already explained above. Added to this Mercury in the 7 th house is in Marana Karak Sthana (MKS).

effect of it is already explained above. Added to this Mercury in the 7 t h

The 8 th house is ruled by Taurus and its lord Venus is afflicted as its combust being very close to Sun. This house if seen for longevity.

The 10th house is ruled by Cancer whose lord is placed in 3 rd house and aspected by Rahu from the 11 th house. The 3 rd house though upachaya house is also a mild malefic house. So governance is going to be tough. The 3 rd house is neighbouring countries. The lord of 3 rd house (neighbouring countries) and 6 th house (riots, disputes, etc) Jupiter is placed in the 11 th house in the star of Venus in the 8 th house. Moreover, it is conjunct Rahu and aspected by retrograde Saturn. Here a very important point that needs to be taken into

account is that Assam shares the international border with Bhutan

and Bangladesh. We all know Assam faces challenge from the illegal migrants from Bangladesh. NDA in its manifesto has promised to

stop the illegal migrants and also send back the illegal migrants. The

aspect of Rahu will create a major challenge for the CM to tackle the

infiltration issue and sending back infiltrators.

aspect of Rahu will create a major challenge for the CM to tackle the infiltration issue

SIMHASAN CHAKRA

SIMHASAN CHAKRA

Moon is important as it forms the part of muhurta. Strong Moon is essential for

choosing a good muhurta and ensures longevity of the government. It should not be afflicted any way or conjunct with malefics.

If Moon is placed in higher nadis the power and authority of the King increases. King is strong and has absolute power if Moon is in SIMHASAN. The power of the king is reduced if it is in ADHAAR. Moon in PATTA will give only limited

power.

The position of Saturn is important as it is not only planet of masses and

democracy but is also significator of death and destruction. It should in no way

afflict Moon, Lagna or the 10th house. Its aspect on Sun and benefic planets is evil.

In the oath taking chart, Moon is in the nakshatra of Moola which falls in Aadhar

patta. This is the lowest one which denotes

that there will not be any power to him.

Moreover, Moon is also afflicted by the aspect

of Rahu.

Saturn the planet of masses and democracy is

in the star of Jyeshta, which also falls under

Aadharpatta. It also aspects Sun which is supposed to be evil. Saturn also aspects (through its retrograde aspect) Moon. So the

longevity of the government is surely at stake.

be evil. Saturn also aspects (through its retrograde aspect) Moon. So the longevity of the government
be evil. Saturn also aspects (through its retrograde aspect) Moon. So the longevity of the government
Sthamba - Counting from janma nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this
Sthamba - Counting from janma nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this
Sthamba - Counting from janma nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this

Sthamba - Counting from janma nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this division. Durganthara - On the map of Kota Chakra, 3rd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th, and 26th lunar asterism from janma nakshatra falls in this portion. Prakaara - Counting from janma nakshatra, 2nd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 23rd, and 27th constellation is placed in this division of Kota Chakra.

Bahya Bhaga - comprises 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, and 28th lunar constellation from janma nakshatra.

1.

In transit, when natural malefic planets transit through the nakshatras that lie in the Stambha (innermost) division of Kota Chakra, then native badly suffers

physically (i.e. injury, illness or death).

2.

If natural malefic planets transit through the nakshatras that are placed on the course of “entrance”, and at the same time, natural benefic planets transit on

the path of “exit” then native face defeat in the battle (or any venture). Whereas, if natural benefic planets are on the “entrance” and natural malefic planets are on the “exit” then one wins the battle.

3. Auspicious results accrue when Kota Swami transits Madhya Bhaga or Durgantara, and Kota Paala transits Bahya Bhaga.

4. Usually, transit of malefic planets in innermost portion and entrance route, and at the same time, benefic planets in outermost portion and exit route constitute

Durga Bhanga i.e. cancellation or destruction of the fort. This yoga, formed by transit of planets in Kota Chakra, indicates defeat or death of native, if unfavourable dasa is running simultaneously.

Kota (Fort) Chakra

The kota chakra is the representation of a Fort like structure. The placement

of 28 Nakshatra in Kota Chakra always begins with Janma Nakshatra, which is

placed in the North Eastern corner of diagram.

Kota Chakra is divided into four sections as follows:

Stambha (Innermost Portion)

Stambha literally means cardinal pillar that support a building. In Kota Chakra

hierarchy, it is the central courtyard. This innermost portion of the Kota Chakra is indicated as green coloured box in above figure. Counting from janma nakshatra; 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th constellation falls in this division.

Durgantara or Madhya (Inner-Middle Portion)

This portion is also called Madhya Bhaga as it lies in between inner and outer

divisions of Kota Chakra. If Kota Chakra superimposes on the real edifice of a

conventional Indian fort then this portion comprises corridors and rooms of residents. Hence for a favourable transit result, Kota Swami should ideally be

located in this stratum. On the map of Kota Chakra, 3rd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th,

19th, 24th, and 26th lunar asterism from janma nakshatra falls in this portion.

Prakaara (Boundary Wall) Prakaara is generally considered boundary, edge or walls. But it also connotes

walls of raja‟s or deva‟s domicile. This portion of Kota Chakra is depicted here

in pinkish red colour. In the purview of Kota Chakra, Prakaara Bhaga functions as the wall surrounding Durgantara. Conventionally, this portion of the (real)

fort is a series of thick walls having abodes for protectors and stores for arms

and ammunitions. Counting from janma nakshatra, 2nd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 23rd, and 27th constellation is placed in this division of Kota Chakra.

Bahya (Exterior of the Fort) Bahya means outside the boundary or fence, besides „external‟, „foreign‟,

and „stranger‟. This outermost division is the portion that surrounds the rest

of Kota. In fact, it has no boundary as this segment is itself comprising the border area. Bayha Bhaga is considered a suitable placement for Kota Paala

just like a guard should ideally stay at the fence of one‟s home. Bahya Bhaga

comprises 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, and 28th lunar constellation from janma nakshatra.

Kota Swami:

Kota Swami is also referred to as Durgapati. It literally means Lord of the Fort.

Kota Swami is simply the Lord of the Rashi in which the natal Moon is posited. For example, if someone was born with Moon in Taurus then Venus should be his Kota Swami of Kota Chakra.

Kota Paala:

Kota Paala literally means Guard of the Ford. Paala also signifies one who

tends and cares. Finding Kota Paala is bit difficult and cumbersome. Kota

Paala is the lord of Pada of Janma Nakshatra as per Avakahada Chakra and is the planet representing the initial sound /first letter of the native’s name.

The Kota Swami is

Saturn.

Jupiter and Kota Pala is

Kota Swami which represents the CM should ideally be inside the Durgantara. In this

present case the Kota Swami is placed outside

and Kota Pala is also placed outside.

Moreover, two malefics, namely Saturn and

Mars, which are retrograde are at the Entry points in the nakshatra of Jyestha and

Anuradha. In the case of retrograde the Entry

and Exit gets reversed. So here in this chakra too the oath taking chart loses its quality.

Saturn Mars (Anuradha) Jupiter (P.Phalguni)
Saturn
Mars
(Anuradha)
Jupiter
(P.Phalguni)

(Jyeshta)

Mars Mufti of Sat/Mars from Jan 1, 2016 to ENTRY at Mars entered 6 t
Mars
Mars

Mufti

of

Sat/Mars from Jan 1, 2016

to

ENTRY at

Mars

entered 6 th house in Libra which was onset of disease.

CHITRA

Mars

entered the

Mohd

Sayeed.

was

Compressed dasa

Jan

19,2016.

from

SE.

He expired on

2016

January 7,

of disease. CHITRA Mars entered the Mohd Sayeed . was Compressed dasa Jan 19,2016. from SE.
Sat Mars Rahu Ketu
Sat
Mars
Rahu
Ketu

J Jayalalitha………………… Compressed dasa was of

Venus/Saturn from Aug 22,2014 to Oct 9,2014. Mars,

Sat, Rahu & Ketu were at

ENTRY points. She was

arrested on Sep 27,2014.

Venus, Sun &

from Moon. Saturn aspecting 12 th from Asc and Jupiter in 12 th from Asc.

12 th

Rahu

in

Venus, Sun & from Moon. Saturn aspecting 12 t h from Asc and Jupiter in 12
Venus, Sun & from Moon. Saturn aspecting 12 t h from Asc and Jupiter in 12

Conclusion

5 year Compressed Vimsottari Dasa:

Maha Dasas:

Ketu:

2016-03-15

-

2016-06-29

Venus:

2016-06-29

-

2017-04-30

Sun:

2017-04-30

-

2017-07-30

Moon:

2017-07-30

-

2017-12-29

Mars:

2017-12-29

-

2018-04-15

Rahu:

2018-04-15

-

2019-01-14

Jupiter:

2019-01-14

-

2019-09-14

Saturn:

2019-09-14

-

2020-06-29

Mercury:

2020-06-29

-

2021-03-15

From the above it is seen that till April 2017 it will be period of Venus.

And thereafter it will be period of Sun till July, 2017.

These periods will be a great challenge for him. During the month of September, 2016 there will be two eclipses which exactly falls on the natal Jupiter, which is lord of 3 rd and 6 th house. During this period we can see agitation in Assam by the people demanding on the issue of infiltration.

During the period from April 2017 to June 2017, when Mars will transit 8 th house, Jupiter will transit Virgo and aspect 8 th house and retrograde Saturn aspecting the 8 th house will prove challenging.

transit Virgo and aspect 8 t h house and retrograde Saturn aspecting the 8 t h
transit Virgo and aspect 8 t h house and retrograde Saturn aspecting the 8 t h

Similarly, November 2017 also the Dasa of Moon which is in 3 rd house in Sagittarius will also be afflicted by transit Saturn in Sagittarius, Mars in Virgo and Rahu in Cancer will aspect 3 rd Saturn which is 3 rd house lord from Moon. Moon is lord of 10 th house (Government).

Here again there will be cry from people for stopping the infiltration and this will create tension at the borders of Assam (as 3 rd house is for bordering countries). There will also be demand from BDF for a separate state for Bodoland.

Overall the chart does not have strength and there will be several challenges that CM will have to face.

The main issue that he will face is on the issue of infiltration which will result in agitation at the borders

of Bangladesh and Bhutan and also demand for

separate state for Bodoland.

which will result in agitation at the borders of Bangladesh and Bhutan and also demand for
which will result in agitation at the borders of Bangladesh and Bhutan and also demand for

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