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February 8, 2011

[TYPES OF DASHAS & EFFECTS OF DASHAS]TYPES OF DASHAS

Vimshottari Beginning from Krittika, the Lords of Dashas are Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu and Venus in that order. Thus, if the Nakshatra from Krittika to the Janma Nakshatra are divided by nine, the remainder will signify the Lord of the commencing Dasha. The remaining Dashas will be of the Planets in the order, given above. In Kali Yuga the natural life-span of a human being is generally taken, as 120 years. Therefore Vimshottari Dasha is considered to be the most appropriate and the best of all Dashas. The periods of Dasha of Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Ketu and Venus are 6, 10, 7, 18, 16, 19, 17, 7 and 20 in that order. Ashtottari The sages have recommended the adoption of Ashtottari, when Rahu not being in Lagna, in any other Kendra, or Trikona to the Lord of the Lagna. From 4 Nakshatra from Ardra commences the Dasha of Sun, from 3 after that begins the Dasha of Moon, 4 after that will bring the Dasha of Mars, 3 after that the Lord of Dasha will be Mercury, 4 there from will have Saturn, as the Dasha Lord, 3 thereafter the Lord will be Jupiter, Rahu will be the Lord of the Dasha 4 Nakshatra after that and then Venus will take over the lordship of the Dasha 3 Nakshatra from the last one mentioned above. The Lord of the Dasha at birth will be determined by counting in this order up to the Janma Nakshatra. The duration of Ashtott6th Dasha for Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Jupiter, Rahu and Venus are 6, 15, 8, 17, 10, 19, 12 and 21 in that order. Thus in this Dasha system only 8 Planets play the role of Dasha Lords, Ketu having been denied this privilege. Shodshottari It will be advisable to adopt the Shodshottari, if the birth is in the day in Krishna Paksh (dark half of the month), or at night in Shukla Paksh (bright half). 24-26. The Dasha may be adopted, when the Lagna is in the Hora of Moon with birth in the Krishna Paksh, or, when Lagna is in the Hora of Sun with birth in the Shukla Paksh. Count the number of Nakshatra from Pushya to the Janma Nakshatra. Divide this number by 8. The remainder will indicate the Dashas of Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Ketu, Moon, Mercury and Venus. The Dashas of the above Planets are of 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 years. Dwadashottari This Dasha system will be appropriate for one, whose Lagna is in the Navamsha of Venus. Count from Janma Nakshatra to Revati. Divide this number by 8. The remainder will indicate the Dasha of the Planet concerned. The Dasha order is Sun, Jupiter, Ketu, Mercury, Rahu, Mars, Saturn, Moon. The Dashas will be of 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19 and 21 years of the Planets.

Panchottari This Dasha is considered suitable for those, whose Lagna is Cancer and also in the Cancer Dvadashmsha. Count from Anuradha up to the Janma Nakshatra and divide the number by 7. The remainder will indicate the Dasha. The order of the Dasha Lords is Sun, Mercury, Saturn,

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Mars, Venus, Moon and Jupiter. The Dashas of the Planets are 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 years. Shatabdik This Dasha system has been considered appropriate, if Lagna is Vargaottama. This happens, when Lagna in the Ri Kundali and the Navma Lagna are in the same Ri. Count from Revati to the Janma Nakshatra and divide this number by seven. The remainder will indicate the Lords of Dashas in this order: Sun, Moon, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. Their Dashas will be of 5, 5, 10, 10, 20, 20 and 30 years. Chaturashiti-sama Chaturashiti-sama Dasha is considered appropriate in cases, where the 10ths Lord is placed in 10th. Count from Swati to the Janma Nakshatra and divide this number by 7. The remainder will indicate the Dasha Lords in the following order: Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Saturn. The Dasha period of each Planet is 12 years. Dwisaptati-sama This Dasha system is considered suitable in cases, where the Lord of Lagna is in Lagna, or in 7th.Count from Moola to the Janma Nakshatra and divide the number by 8. The remainder will determine the Dasha Lords in the following order: Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn and Rahu. In this Dasha system all the eight Planets have Dashas of 9 years each. Shastihayani This Dasha may be adopted in cases, where Sun is posited in Lagna. The order of Dasha Lords in this system is, as follows: Jupiter, Sun, Mars, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Saturn and Rahu. The following shows the Nakshatra, falling under the various Dasha Lords. The Dashas of Jupiter, Sun and Mars are of 10 years. The remaining Planets have Dashas of 6 years each. Jupiter (Ashvini, Bharani, Krittika, Punarvasu), Sun (Rohini, Mrigashira, Ardra, U.Ashadha), Mars (Pushya, Aslesha, Magha, Revati), Moon (P.Phalguni, U.Phalguni, Hast), Mercury (Swati, Visakha, Anuradha), Venus (Jyeshtha, Moola, P.Ashadha), Saturn (Abhijit, Shravan, Dhanistha), Rahu (Shatabhisha, P.Bhadra, U.Bhadra). Shat-trimshat-sama Count from Shravan to the Janma Nakshatra and divide the number by 8. The remainder 1 etc. will indicate the Dasha Lords, whose order will be, as follows: Moon, Sun, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Venus and Rahu. Their Dashas will be 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 years. If the birth is during the day and Lagna is in the Hora of Sun and, if the birth is at night and Lagna is in the Hora of Moon, adoption of this system would be preferable. Kaala 5 Ghatikas before the sight of the semi-disk of the setting Sun and 5 Ghatikas after that and 5 Ghatikas before and after the rising of Sun, that is 10 Ghatikas in the evening and 10 Ghatikas in the morning, respectively. The total period of both these Sandhyas (twilight) is said to be 20 Ghatikas. The 20 Ghatikas of the night have been given the name Purna and the 20

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Ghatikas of the day have been given the name Mugdha. The Sandhya at the time of sunrise is called Khanda and the Sandhya at the time of Sunset is said to be Sudh. Both of these Sandhyas are of 10 Ghatikas each. If the birth is in Purna, or Mugdha, its past Ghatikas should be multiplied by 2 and the product should be divided by 15. The figure so arrived at should be converted into years, months etc. By multiplying it by the serial number of Sun and other Planets in their normal order, we will get the Kaal Dasha of these Planets. If the birth is during Sandhya, then its past Ghatikas should be multiplied by 4 and the product divided by 15. The figure so arrived at in terms of years, months etc. should be multiplied by the serial number of Sun and the other Planets to get the Kaal Dasha of all the nine Planets. Chakra If the birth is at night, the Dasha will commence from Lagna Ri. If the birth is during the day, the Dasha will start from the Ri, in which the Lord of Lagna is placed. If the birth is during Sandhya, the Dasha will begin from the Ri of the second House. The Dasha of each Ri is 10 years. As it is the Dasha system of the 12 Ris in the Zodiac, it has been named, as Chakra Dasha. Chara Dasa Now I shall describe to you the Chara Dasa of the signs (Rasis) of the twelve houses. In this Dasa system the number of years of Dasa is reckoned from the Rasi up to the house in which its lord is posited. The peculiar feature of this system is that every three signs from Aries etc. have four Padas. For the odd (1, 3) Padas, the counting is done from Rasi onwards up to the Rasi in which its lord is housed. For the even Padas (2,4) this counting is done in the reverse order. Sthira Dasa Mahri Parashara said. Now I am going to describe the Sthira Dasha. In this Dasha system 7, 8 and 9 years are the Dasha spans of the Movable (Char), Fixed (Sthira) and Dual (Dvisva House) Ris. In this system the Dasha of the 12 Ris begins from the Brahm Planet Ashrit Ri. The Dashas are counted onwards from the odd Ris and in the reverse order from the even Ris. Yogardha Dasa The spans of Dashas of the Ris in the Yogardha Dasha system are half of the total of the spans of Char and Sthira Dashas. The Dasha will commence from the Ri of Lagna, or 7th, whichever is stronger. The order of the Dashas of the 12 Ris will be counted onwards, if the opening Dasha Ri is an odd one. If it be an even Ri, the Dashas will be in reverse order. Kendraadi Dasa In this system there are Dashas of Fixed Ris in the Kendra etc. from Lagna, or from 7th, whichever is stronger. If Lagna or 7th with strength is placed in an odd Ri, the Kendra etc. are counted in the onward order. If it be in an even Ri, the counting will be in the backward or reverse order. In them also the Dashas would be in the order of comparative strength of the Ris. The order of Dashas would be the same, as reckoned from the Atma Karaka. The spans of Dashas would be the same, as they are in the Char Dasha. In calculating the years of

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Dashas of Planets, counting is done from the Planet to his own Ri. The years of Dashas would be the number, arrived at by counting up to the Ri of the Planet, which is stronger, or more in number. Karak Dasa The system, under which the first Dasha is of the Atma Karaka and the subsequent Dashas are of the remaining 7 Karakas in their order is known, as Karaka Dasha. In this system the Dasha years are equal to the number of Ris, counted from Lagna up to the Karaka concerned. Manduka Dasa Under the Manduka Dasha system the Dasha commences from Lagna, or 7th House, whichever is stronger. If the Ri of commencement is an odd Ri, the Dashas of 3 Movable, 3 Fixed and 3 Dual Ris will be counted in the onw