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Panchang

According to astrology, time is assessed through Panchang that is called MUHURAT. Time is auspicious or not is considered through Panchang because Panchang gives the knowledge about the position of planets and Nakshatras and their results. Sometimes we are excited to know what is panchang and why is it called panchang. Astrology says that Panchang is the constitution of five elements which is why it is called Panchang.

The following basic information will help you. Please note that in Vedic Astrology everything has its functional use. Some days may be auspicious for some things, but inauspicious for other things.

Read and follow the following steps………..

  1. (1) Tithi (1 to 14 + Amaavasyaa or Poornimaa)
  2. (2) Vaar (day-Sunday, Monday etc)
  3. (3) Nakshatra (Constellation)
  4. (4) Yog (a luni-solar day or combination)
  5. (5) Karana (half a lunar day)

(1) Tithi (1 to 14 + Amaavasyaa or Poornimaa)

Tithi is the time during which the difference of the increment of longitude of the Sun and the Moon amounts to 12°. The lunar day is to the Hindu of the most prominent practical importance, since by it are regulated the performance of many religious ceremonies and upon it depend the chief considerations of Muhurtha or electional astrology. In other words, the tithi represents the lunar energy, and lunar energy is identified with mental energy. Therefore a minute knowledge of the lunar movements constituting tithis is said to give us wealth.

Each tithi or lunar day is equal to 0.9483 of a day so that a lunar month is equal to about 29.53 days. The ending time of a tithi is the moment at which the Moon is removed from the Sun by multiples of 12°. Thus when the Moon is 12° away from the Sun, the first lunar day or Prathama ends; when 24° Dwrtiya and so on; when in conjunction the Amavasya {New Moon), and when in opposition (180°) Pournimasya (full Moon)ends.

Calculation of TITHI

Tithi = (Moon Longitude - Sun Longitude) / 12 if the calculated result is greater than 15, we have to substract 15 from the result. The net result is Tithi.

TITHI VRIDHI is the tithi present at Sunrise on first day anas well as on the second day.

TITHI KSHAYA is the tithi starts after sunrise and ends before sun rise on second day.

1st Tithi – Pratipata The presiding deity of the first Tithi in Brahma and is good for all types of auspicious and religious ceremonies.
2nd Tithi – Dwitiya Vidhatr rules this Tithi and is good for the laying of foundations for buildings and other things of a permanent nature.
3rd Tithi – Tritiya Visnu is the lord of this day and is good for the cuttings of one’s hair and nails and shaving.
4th Tithi – Chaturthi Yama is lord of the 4th Tithi, which is good for the destruction of one’s enemies, the removal of obstacles, and acts of combat.
5th Tithi – Panchami The Moon rules this day, which is favourable for administering medicine, the purging of poisons, and surgery.
6th Tithi – Shasthi Karttikeya presides over this day and is favourable for coronations, meeting new friends, festivities, and enjoyment.
7th Tithi – Saptami The 7th Tithi is ruled by Indra; one may begin a journey, buy conveyances, and deal with other such things as a movable nature.
8th Tithi – Asthami The Vasus rule this day, which is good for taking up arms, building of one’s defenses, and fortification.
9th Tithi – Navami The Serpent rules this day, with is suitable for killing enemies, acts of destruction, and violence.
10th Tithi – Dasami The day is ruled by Dharma and is auspicious for acts of virtue, religious functions, spiritual practices, and other pious activities.
11th Tithi – Ekadasi Rudra rules this day; fasting, devotional activities, and remembrance of the Supreme Lord are very favourable.
12th Tithi – Dvadasi The Sun rules this day, which is auspicious for religious ceremonies the lighting of the sacred fire, and the performance of one’s duties.
13th Tithi – Trayodasi The day is ruled by Cupid and is good for forming friendships, sensual pleasures, and festivities.
14th Tithi – Chaturdasi Kali rules this day suitable for administering poison and calling of elementals and spirits.
15th Tithi – Amavasya or Purnima The Vasve-devas rule the New Moon suitable for the propitiation of the Manes and performance of austerities.

(2) Vaar (day-Sunday, Monday……. etc)

1st Vaar – Ravi Vaar, or Aaditya Vaar Sunday
2nd Vaar – Som Vaar, or Chandra Vaar Monday
3rd Vaar – Mangal Vaar, or Bhaum Vaar Tuesday
4th Vaar – Budh Vaar Wednesday
5th Vaar – Brihaspati Vaar, or Guru Vaar Thursday
6th Vaar – Shukra Vaar Friday
7th Vaar – Shani Vaar Saturday

There is a Shlok showing the Hindi names of the Vaar. It speaks about Kaal Horaa, but if somebody wants to know its origin, he should go through AVP and Yaagyavalkya Smriti before looking in Prashn Reeti ---

Ark Shukra Budhaschandra Mando Jeevo Dharaa Suta

[Prashn Reeti written by Kokaniyal, and Maadhaveeyam - not in Prashn Maarg written by Panakkattu Nambutiri - Kokaniyal was his student]

Even though there are 9 Graha, Raahu and Ketu are considered as Chhaayaa Graha (Chhaayaa means shadow so Chhaayaa Graha means Shadow Planets). Therefore, all the other 7 Graha which are visible are considered main, which makes a Week. As per Indian tradition the Week starts from Sunday and ends on Saturday.

There is a significance in the sequence of Days arranged from Sunday to Saturday - that is the brightness of the planet. The brightness of Soorya (Sun) is more than that of Som (Moon), Moon is brighter than Mars and so on, thus the brightness get reduced further down. Saturn's brightness is the lowest among the 7 Graha. Hence, the days are arranged in accordance with their brightness from Sunday to Saturday. A Nava Graha Shlok is like this :

Sooryaaya, Somaaya, Mangalaaya, Budhayaashch,
Guru, Shukra, Shanibhyascha, Raahave, Ketave namah.

See the order of the Graha, it is not arrange as per anyone's wish. It is therefore proved, we only talk what Veda said, and nothing new.

(3) Nakshatra (Constellation)

Calculation of Nakshatras

The reason for the same is that the Moons transit of the sidereal (fixed) zodiac takes approximately 27 days and 7 hours. This is why we have 27 Nakshatras dividing the zodiac of 3600 into 27 parts, (each 13D 20M of arc) Each Nakshatra was identified with a star, (or star cluster) and named there from.

Distribution of the 28 Nakshatras

There are 28 constellations :-

1. Ashwinee, 2. Bharanee, 3. Krittikaa, 4. Rohinee, 5.Mrigshiraa, 6. Aardraa, 7. Punarvasu, 8. Pushya, 9. Aashleshaa, 10. Maghaa, 11. Poorvaa Phaalgunee,
12. Uttaraa Phaalgunee, 13. Hast, 14. Chitraa, 15.Swaati, 16. Vishaakhaa, 17. Anuraadhaa, 18. Jyeshthaa, 19. Mool, 20. Poorv Aashaadh, 21. Uttar Aashaadh,
21(a). Abhijit, 22. Shravan, 23. Dhanishthaa, 24. Shatbhishaa, 25. Poorv Bhadraa, 26. Uttar Bhadraa, 27. Revatee

Rohini, Uttaraphalguni, Uttarasadha, and Uttarabhadrapada are FIXED

These constellations or stars are favourable for digging wells, laying foundations or cities, expiatory rituals, planting trees, coronations, buying lands, meritorious deeds, sowing of seeds, installation of Deities, the building of a temple, or any other activity desirous of a lasting or permanent effect.

Mrgasira, Citra, Anuradha, and Revati are SOFT or GENTLE

These constellations or stars are good for fine arts, learning, making friendships, sensual pleasures, decorations, sexual union, wearing new apparel, marriage, singing and dancing, processions, auspicious ceremonies, festivities, dealings of agriculture, and journeys.

Ashvini, Pusya, and Hasta are LIGHT or SWIFT

These constellations or stars are good for sports, enjoying items of luxury, starting industries, skilled labour, medical treatments, starting education, starting journeys, seeing friends, buying and selling, the performance of spiritual activities, decorations, fine arts, exercise, and for giving or receiving loans.

Arudra, Aslesa, Jyestha, and Mula

These constellations or stars are DREADFUL stars and are suitable for success in warfare, invocation of elementals and other spirits, imprisonment, separations, acts of destruction, and the breaking of alliances with superiors.

Purnavasu, Swati, Shravana, Dhanistha and Satabhisa are TEMPORARY, MOVABLE, or QUICK

These constellations or stars are favourable for undertaking travel, acquiring conveyances, gardening, going on processions, visiting friends, and anything of a temporary nature.

Bharani, Magha, Purvaphalguni, Purvasadha, and Purvabhadrapada are FIERCE or CRUEL

These constellations or stars are suitable for acts of evil, deceit, and conflict, destruction of enemies, incarceration, poisoning, arson, battle, setting fire, acts of destruction, ill-repute, and cruelty.

Krtttika and Visakha are MIXED

These constellations or stars are good for routine duties, one’s professional responsibilities, and any activities of day-to-day importance.

Abhijit

is a 28th nakshatra sometimes used in Hindu astrology. It is placed between Uttarashadha and Sravana, from 276 deg 40 min --> 280 deg 54 min 13 sec.

Abhijit means what cannot be defeated and connects both to Vishnu and Bramha .

However it is worthwhile to note that in orthodox Vedic Astrology, Abhijit is not considered while calculating. The reason for the same is that the Moons transit of the sidereal (fixed) zodiac takes approximately 27 days and 7 hours. This is why we have 27 Nakshatras dividing the zodiac of 3600 into 27 parts, (each 13D 20M of arc) Each Nakshatra was identified with a star, (or star cluster) and named there from. The 7 hour shortfall in a sidereal lunar transit was made up by a short-span intercalary (hypothetical) Nakshatra. This Nakshatra is called Abhijit.

The span of Abhijit is determined proportionally as (7h 38min / 24 hrs) x 13D 20M = 40D 14M 13S , which is from 276D 40M to 280D 54M 13S, overlapping the 21st Nakshatra (Uttarashadha). This is why; the traditional Vedic astrologers did not impart much significance to Abhijit while making calculations.

This has a specific use in Hora Chakra or the diagram suggesting the first alphabet of the name to be given to the newly born child. Bala Bhadra's "Hora Ratnam" discusses these things. Abhijit Nakshatra finds a place in Ashtottari Dasha. It is the only Dasha that involves Abhijit Nakshatra.

How to apply this

FIXED (steady) stars, this is a favourable nakshatra to perform such things as laying foundations, for building, careers, relationships, things that you want to be permanent.

SOFT (gentle) stars, favourable for art, dance, music, marital union, ceremonies.

LIGHT (excellent) stars, which give pleasure, sports, giving medicine, starting industries or travel.

SHARP (harsh) stars, tantric incantations, imprisonment, causing separation of friends, assasinations.

MOVABLE stars, acquiring vehicles, going on procession, gardening.

DREADFUL (cruel) stars, evil schemes, evil deeds, planting ghosts in people, deceit, imprisonment, setting fires – arson.

MIXED stars, works of every day, day to day importance.

(4) 27 Yoga (combination)

Calculation of Yogas

In Indian astrology, Yog is a part of Panchaang. Yoga represents the sum of Sun and Moon positions. There are 27 Yog in number and come through out the month in a specific sequence. They are like Nakshatra which also come throughout the month in a specific sequence. Since there are about 29-30 days in a month, one Yog is a little more of a day. Each yoga is of 13 deg 20 min duration. The first yoga is called ‘Vishkambha’ which starts at 0 D 0 M of Aries and lasts till 13 D 20 M. For example, if the sum of the longitudes of Sun and Moon is 281 deg, then it represents Siddha yoga. All yogas description are given below……

01 VISHKAMBHA (00 D 00 M to 13 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Vishkambha (Supported) — prevails over others, victorious over enemies, obtains property, wealthy.

02 PRITI (13 D 20 M to 26 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Priti (Fondness) — well-liked, attracted to the opposite sex, enjoys life with contentment.

03 AYUSHMAN (26 D 40 M to 40 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Ayushman (Long-lived) — good health and longevity, energetic.

04 SAUBHAGYA (40 D 00 M to 53 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Saubhagya (Good Fortune) — enjoys a comfortable life full of opportunities, happy.

05 SOBHANA (53 D 20 M to 66 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Shobhana (Splendor) — lustrous body and demeanor sensualist, obsessed with sex.

06 ATIGANDA (66 D 40 M to 80 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Atiganda (Danger or obstacles) — difficult life due to numerous obstacles and accidents; revengeful and angry.

07 SUKARMA (80 D 00 M to 93 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Sukarma (Virtuous) — performs noble deeds, magnanimous and charitable, wealthy.

08 DHRITI (93 D 20 M to 106 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Dhriti (Determination) — enjoys the wealth, goods and spouses of others; indulges in the hospitality of others.

09 SOOLA (106 D 40 M to 120 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Shula (Spear, Pain) — confrontational and contrary, quarrelsome, angry.

10 GANDA (120 D 00 M to 133 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Ganda (Danger or obstacles) — flawed morals or ethics, troublesome personality.

11 VRIDDHA (133 D 20 M to 146 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Vriddhi (Growth) — intelligent, opportunistic and discerning life constantly improves with age.

12 DHRUVA (146 D 40 M to 160 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Dhruva (Constant) — steady character, able to concentrate and persist, wealthy.

13 VYAGATHA (160 D 00 M to 173 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Vyaghata (Beating) — cruel, intent on harming others.

14 HARSHANA (173 D 20 M to 186 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Harshana (Thrilling) — intelligent, delights in merriment and humor.

15 VAJRA (186 D 40 M to 200 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Vajra (Diamond, Thunderbolt) — well-off, lecherous, unpredictable, forceful.

16 SIDDHI (200 D 00 M to 213 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Siddhi (Success) — skillful and accomplished in several areas; protector and supporter of others.

17 VYATAPATA (213 D 20 M to 226 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Vyatipata (Calamity) — prone to sudden mishaps and reversals, fickle and unreliable.

18 VARIYAN (226 D 40 M to 240 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Variyana (Comfort) — loves ease and luxury, lazy, lascivious.

19 PARIGHA (240 D 00 M to 253 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Parigha (Obstruction) — encounters many obstacles to progress in life; irritable and meddlesome.

20 SIVA (253 D 20 M to 266 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Shiva (Auspicious) — honored by superiors and government, placid, learned and religious, wealthy.

21 SIDDHA (266 D 40 M to 280 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Siddha (Accomplished) — accommodating personality, pleasant nature, interest in ritual and spirituality.

22 SADHYA (280 D 00 M to 293 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Sadhya (Amenable) — well behaved, accomplished manners and etiquette.

23 SUBHA (293 D 20 M to 306 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Shubha (Auspicious) — lustrous body and personality, but problems with health; wealthy, irritable.

24 SUKLA (306 D 40 M to 320 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Shukla (Bright White) — garrulous and flighty, impatient and impulsive; unsteady and changeable mind.

25 BRAHMA (320 D 00 M to 333 D 20 M)

The Yoga is Brahma (Priest, God) — trustworthy and confidential, ambitious, good discernment and judgment.

26 INDRA (333 D 20 M to 346 D 40 M)

The Yoga is Indra (Chief) — interest in education and knowledge; helpful, well-off.

27 VAIDHRITI (346 D 40 M to 360 D 00 M)

The Yoga is Vaidhriti (Poor Support) — critical, scheming nature; powerful and overwhelming mentally or physically.

(5) Karan

Calculation of Karan

In astrology when a date is divided into two then 2 Karanas are formed. It can be said that one Tithi is formed by joining two Karanas. One Karana is formed by first half of the day and the second Karana is formed by the later half of the day. One Chandra Paksha has 14 dates and the second Chandra Paksha also has 14 dates. There are also Purnima and All combine together to make a moon month.

A Karana is half a Thithi or 6 degrees of arc. In thirty Thithis comprising of the Lunar month, there are sixty half-thithis or Karanas. In other words, each Thithi has two Karanas. The first Karana ends at the middle of the Thithi and the second Karana is upto the end of that Thithi. According to astrology, one yoga is formed by the combination of two karanas. One Karana forms from half yoga and the total number of Karana is 11.

Out of these 11 Karana, 1st 7 are Recurring Karanas repeated 8 times and last 4 are of Fixed Karanast. These 4 Nakshatra are called Dhurv Nakshatras.

Sukla Paksha

No. Lunar day Name Type First Karana Second Karana
1 Padyami Or Pratipada Pratipada Nanda Kimstughnam Bava
2 Vidiya Or Dvitiya Dvitiya Bhadra Balava Koulava
3 Thadhiya Tritiya Jaya Taitula Gariji
4 Chavithi Chaturthi Rikta Vanaji Bhadra (Vishti)
5 Panchami Panchami Poorna Bava Balava
6 Sashti Shashthi Nanda Koulava Taitula
7 Sapthami Saptmi Bhadra Gariji Vanaji
8 Ashtami Ashtami Jaya Bhadra (Vishti) Bava
9 Navami Navami Rikta Balava Koulava
10 Dasami Dashmi Poorna Taitula Gariji
11 Ekadasi Ekadashi Nanda Vanaji Bhadra (Vishti)
12 Dwadasi Dwadashi Bhadra Bava Balava
13 Triyodasi Tryodashi Jaya Koulava Taitula
14 Chaturdasi Chaturdashi Rikta Gariji Vanaji
15 Pournami Or Poornima Poornima / Amavasya Poorna Bhadra (Vishti) Bava

Krishna Paksha

No. Lunar day Name Type First Karana Second Karana
1 Padyami Or Pratipada Pratipada Nanda Balava Koulava
2 Vidiya Or Dvitiya Dvitiya Bhadra Taitula Gariji
3 Thadhiya Tritiya Jaya Vanaji Bhadra (Vishti)
4 Chavithi Chaturthi Rikta Bava Balava
5 Panchami Panchami Poorna Koulava Taitula
6 Gariji Shashthi Nanda Gariji Vanaji
7. Sapthami Saptmi Bhadra Bhadra (Vishti) Bava
8 Ashtami Ashtami Jaya Balava Koulava
9. Navami Navami Rikta Taitula Gariji
10 Dasami Dashmi Poorna Vanaji Bhadra (Vishti)
11 Ekadasi Ekadashi Nanda Bava Balava
12 Dwadasi Dwadashi Bhadra Koulava Taitula
13 Triyodasi Tryodashi Jaya Gariji Vanaji
14 Chaturdasi Chaturdashi Rikta Bhadra (Vishti) Sakuni
15 Amavasya Poornima / Amavasya Poorna Chatushpath Nagavam

Recurring Karanas

1. Bava

In south india this is also know as ‘Simha karnam’ (Lion). Anyway the word Bava has nothing to do with Lion. This word originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Vapa’, which means testacies, sperm, flush, creativity and so on. So naturally as you could expect this karana is good for all Chara deeds (such as journey, daily duties, business etc) and also for Stira deeds (such as sawing seeds, sexual intercourse, for putting foundation stone, worship, temple creation and so on).

2. Balava

In south india this is also known as ‘Puli karanam’ (Leopard). Anyway the word Balava has nothing to do with leopard. This word originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Vadava’, which means brahmin lady, female horse (mare), slave girl, prostitute and so on. The major meaning considered here is ‘Brahmin lady’. That is why this karana is good for Yajna, Homa (fire worship), study of Veda, for reading epic and puranas etc. It is good for all kinds of Santi karma.

3. Kaulava

In south india this is also known as ‘Panni karanam’ (Pig/Swine). Anyway the word Kaulava has nothing to do with Pig. This word originated from the Sanskrit word Kulapa or Kudava. Kudava is a kind of measurement vessel (also known as Nazhi in south india). 1 Kudava = 32 Tola. Kula means traditional family. so the word Kaula can refer to anyone who follows a traditional path, or traditional job. For example Kulala is the one who creates mud vessels, and Kaulalam is mud vessel. Kaulika is weaver and is also another name for people who follow the traditional Siva-Sakta tantric path of worship. Also remember the word Kaul, popular especially among Kashmiri pundits – essentially pointing to Kaulachara (Kaula system of siva-sakti worship). Thus essentially Kaulava karana is related to family, tradition and any thing worldly. Thus naturally it is good for all Sthira karma (such as friendship, compromise, agreement or anything which we want to stay for long).

4. Taitila

In south india this is also known as Kazhuta karnam (Donkey). Anyway the word Taitila has nothing to do with Donkey. This word originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Titir’, which means getting awards, rewards or respect. Titir is a word with great history. Remember the sage Titir based on whom the ‘Taitireeya banch’ of vedic knowledge got its name. It could be because of the reverence to him that the word ‘Titir’ got the meaning respect or reward. Titiksha means patience. There is one very popular English word which originated from the same root word – i.e. ‘Title’. Apart from the meaning ‘heading’, the word ‘Title’ also means ‘entitling’, giving a special name out of respect as a award, reward. Remember the ‘Sir’ title awarded in medieval periods to many, and also the titles ‘Lord’, ‘Dr’ etc. Thus naturally Taitila karana is good for all activities related to king, authority, ornamentation, ornamenting the idols and revered ones and so on. Of course, to be near the kings or people in power and authority without losing head demands a lot of patience as well. For pledge taking, receiving position, charge taking etc usually Taitila karana is preferred.

5. Gara

In south india this is also known as Gaja karana (Elephant). Anyway the word Taitila has nothing to do with Elephant. Here the root word itself is ‘Gara’ meaning hard, difficult, demanding more effort and so on. Remember the words Garima (proud beauty), Gurutva (essence fullness), Garishta (most dense, most valuable), Gareeyan (most revered, great). Actually this word has a better history. In the ancient past the jobs that are considered difficult are cattle/horse/elephant breading, agriculture and rural business of grains, vehicle related and so on; they demand much effort from the villager. Hriha is a word that points to any type of house. The jobs that comes under the category of difficult jobs and the word ‘gara’ points to is cattle shed, horse shed, elephant shed and so on. For example Aswa-gara (horse shed). The vehicle of ancient period is horse, and the place to land the vehicle is ‘Garage’ as per English language. Note that English is also a language of Indo-European language family. The point to note is that it is just due all this that – Gara karana is very auspicious for any hard and difficult jobs, whether it be related to vehicle, cattle, house, machinery, rural business and so on.

6. Vanija

In south india this karana is known as ‘Surabhi karanam’ (Cow). Anyway the word Vanija has nothing to do with Cow. This word originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Panija’ or Pani meaning Phoenician, businessman or market. Remember the word Vanijya (business) which too is a related word. The word ‘Pani’ or ‘Pany’ means Phoenician or business (In the vedic past the Phoenicians did business with India). Note the presence of this word in the modern day English word ‘company’ (com-pany) – thus company essentially means ‘group business’. Looking at the history of this word it is clear that ‘Vanija’ or ‘Panija’ is a word essentially related to business. Thus naturally this Karana is good for starting a business, selling plot or building or anything of the like and so on.

7. Vishti

In south india this karana is known with this self same name, and it is assumed that the shape of Vishti is similar to a dog. Anyway the word Vishti has nothing to do with dog. Here the root word itself is ‘Vishti’ meaning effort without benefit, work without payment; in short ‘wastage’ of time, money and energy. Vishiti is Vi-Ishti. Ishti is yaga or work. Vi-Ishti is useless Ishti or useless work; i.e. work that got wasted. In short vishti means ‘waste’ – both words (vishti and waste) originated from the same root. Thus naturally this karana is not good for beneficial or good deeds and also for deeds for which we expect some benefit (even punya) in return.

Fixed Karanas

8. Shakuni

Natives of this Karan are the followers of law and justice. They are very prudent in resolving conflicts. That means they can be very proficient in dismissing a quarrel with their intelligence. They take interest in medicine and may become a doctor or a physician. The person of this Karana will be calm, composed, intelligent, gifted with intuition and full of good deeds.

9. Chatushpada

This Karana imparts religious inclinations to its natives. People born in this Karana respect learned people and serve animals. They are normally very fond of animals and know how to treat animals with medicine. They can become successful veterinary doctors. The person of this Karana will do independent business, take great pains in work and will be truthful.

10. Naga

Astrology regards this Karan as an inauspicious one. People born in this Karan may have unfortunate incidents. Their life may be full of conflicts and difficulties. They will get results only through hard work and effort, and not through luck. People of Naag Karan are usually very impatient. The person of this Karana will be a specialist and successful in professions connected with minerals. Will be of good character and capable of mesmerizing and catching snakes.

11. Kimstughna

Natives of this Karan are very fortunate. They aggressively pursue humanitarian work. They will get every type of happiness in their life. They also receive quality education and lead a prosperous life. Persons of this Karana are intelligent but may be bent on doing bad deeds; are heartless, unpopular and may suffer much in life.

Imp.

In Muhurtha, it is always advisable to strengthen the ascendant and its lord and the Moon. Each type of election requires fortification of some appropriate house and planet and these will be discusse d in their proper places. Even when the ascendant is strong, certain parts of it which go under the name of Lagna tyajya should be rejected. Sometimes, only fixed signs are to be chosen; sometimes only movable signs are to be chosen. Hence, a reader has to very carefully understand these subtle distinctions.

In Aries, Taurus, Sagittarius and Virgo, the first three degrees should be avoided as it is supposed to be in the nature of a serpent (bhujanga) and hence destructive. In regard to Pisces, Capricorn, Cancer and Scorpio, the last (three degrees) has to be avoided as it is supposed to be presided over by the evil force of Rahu. The middle half ghati (13° 30' to 16° 30') should be rejected with regard to Gemini, Libra, Leo and Aquarius as it is ruled by an evil force termed Gridhra.

Tuesday and Saturday should be avoided for all good and-auspicious works.

The 4th, 8th, *12th and 14th lunar days both.in the bright and the dark halves are unsuitable for undertaking any auspicious work.

* If the 12th lunar day is quite auspicious; provided the other factors are strong, 12th lunar day can be employed for auspicious works.

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