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How to study divisional charts (with illustrations)
V. K. Choudhry
For detailed analysis of the horoscope, we have to study the divisional charts. These are studied for two purposes. Firstly, we study them to see the strength of a planet by observing its. In divisional charts planets in 4th, 7th and 10th houses give very good results. They give god results in 5th, 9th & 11th houses, whereas 2nd is neutral in all divisional charts. 6. Any planet placed in 3rd, 8th and 12th houses in divisional charts can cause disaster to the relevant aspect of life when periods of such planets are under operation.
How to Study Divisional Charts by V.K. Choudhry, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). The Vargas are the Divisional Charts of Vedic Astrology. Each Varga makes a very special and uniquely, awesomely powerful declaration about a particular area of your life. In fact, my Vargas Course is one of several wonderful options of more advanced Vedic astrology Courses, which build on my Vedic Astrology Foundation Course.
As I explained on ‘About the book page,’ how divisional charts are a vital part of Vedic astrology. They not only act as body parts in astrology, but give a detailed explanation on why a certain aspect of ones life are not working out according to their wishes. In this book, I covered divisional charts, special ascendants, arudhas, argalas, yogas, ashtakavarga, avasthas, a few nakshatra dasas, a few rasi dasas, several techniques of transit analysis, Tajaka analysis and a few miscellaneous topics. I tried to give prominence to special ascendants, divisional charts and .
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How to Study Divisional Charts book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Self Learning Course in Astrology (Based on Systems' Approa /5(3).
This book is about analysing Divisional Charts. Somme rules are explained and debated through many examples, but this book is not like a cook-book formulas, that you can search for example, what's a meaning of sun in third house in navamsa chart, or what's gonna happend if the lord of your Turyamsa chart (D-IV) is in VIII house or so/5(6).
This book, which has been finalized after empirical studies, is primarily for meeting this demand through an integrated and systematically consolidated approach for analytically studying the divisional charts. At the same time the book throws light on the application of principles relating How to study divisional charts book the studies of vargas (divisions), debilitated /5(6).
Divisional charts are also called Varga charts, Amsha charts, sub-charts, and D-charts. Part Two: The Most Commonly Used Divisional Charts. The Navamsha D9 (9 sections) has many uses, but is most often used to indicate the events and tone of ones partner and their relationship with them.
How to Study Divisional Charts by V.K. Choudhry. Written by Prof V.K. Choudhry this book deals with detailed analysis of specific aspects of life through divisional charts besides identifying true strength of planets.
Gives tips to analyse debilitated and combust planets. Discusses the dasa of Ketu besides helping to comprehend classical principles. About The Author Shri V.K.
Choudhry has gained wide recognition as the creator c the "Systems' Approach" as applied to the interpretation of Horoscopes and Divisional Charts. The development and use of this brilliant simple technique not only demonstrates the universe application of valid classical principles of Vedic Astrology but also clears up numerous confusions, contradictions and.
This book is useful for beginners as well for those who have quest to have in-depth study of Divisional charts, an unique feature of Vedic Astrology. This simplifies some complex looking issue.
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Pradeep Bhatia. out of 5 stars NOT Worth buying / reading/5(6). The study of the divisional charts should be taken up along with the main chart. The divisional charts are used for trying the strength of the planets.
In the divisional charts the strength of the following is studied: (i) the lord of the house of a particular significations in D-I. The ascendant as well as its lord in the divisional charts beyond D-XII could prove to be unreliable. The longitudes of ascendant and planets should be correctly worked out along with divisional charts.
The study of the divisional charts should be taken up along with the main chart. Divisional charts are micro horoscopes studied for a more definitive assessment of a focus area of life.
This concept is unique to Vedic astrology. Divisional charts help determine the exact and precise nature of a planet and the hidden strength of your destiny.
How To Study Divisional Charts This book, which has been finalized after empirical studies, is primarily for meeting this demand through an integrated and systematically consolidated approach for analytically studying the divisional charts. At the same time the book throws light on the application of principles relating to the studies of vargas (divisions), debilitated planets, combust.
divisional charts that we create for a person in addition to the rasi Chart, and in these charts the ASC changes in few minutes. According to maharshis of our tradition, the rasi chart shows our physical existence and health (i.e.
physical manifestation) and each of the Varga chakras represents a. How to Study Divisional Charts by V.K. Choudhry at Vedic Books Goel B. In Indian astronomy, the initial point from which the longitude of the Sign Aries is measured is a fixed point on the ecliptic which is exactly opposite the reference star CHITRA - spices This / This is going to be very different from any other answers you will get.
But in reality divisional charts are not a primary part of Vedic astrology in any manner whatsoever. It may appear strange, given the hype people have created around divisiona. For comprehension of the triple transit influences, the readers may refer to our books: “How to Study Divisional Charts” and "A Complete Book on Triple Transit Influences of Planets - How to Identify Significant Events".
The methodology to studying the Divisional Charts in the second referenced book is found in Chapter About the Book Three distingushing features of Hindu Astrology are divisional charts, dasha systems and yogas. This book deals with divisional charts. We all know the concept of divisional charts after we go through the Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra.
It is for the first time that the practical application of these are given The book deals with all Parashari and non Parashari divisional charts. Divisional charts (D-n) or Harmonic charts are charted by division of Rasis or Zodiacal signs by respective fractions known as Amsas and arranged in a particular sequence to chart the respective Varga Chart.
There are sixteen Varga or Divisional charts primarily used in Vedic Astrology. This book, which has been finalized after empirical studies, is primarily for meeting this demand through an integrated and systematically consolidated approach for analytically studying the divisional charts.
At the same time the book throws light on the application of principles relating to the studies of vargas (divisions), debilitated /5(5). Example – Astakavarga: The Varga charts constructed on the basis of the contribution of Rekha and Bindu by the eight factors (Lagna and seven planets from Sun to Saturn).
Technical terms. Like every other system, there are various technical terms used in the examination of Divisional charts. Divisional Charts Page 5.
If a benefic is in a negative house, its dasa goes poorly 2b -- unless there is a planet in its companion house, in which case it goes well If a malefic is in a negative house, its dasa goes poorly.
(If there is any planet in itscompanion house, it goes even worse.) Divisional Charts Page 6. BOOK (3). How to Study Divisional Charts (with revised Preface giving updated predictive techniques.) - Pages Unique features are: Use of vargas relative to rasi Analyzing debilitated planets Analyzing combust planet Ketu dasha Case studies using various vargas Discussion of Vargottama planets, exalted planets BOOK (4).
A COMPLETE BOOK ON.The key signification of the divisional charts can be known by finding out the root of the divisional chart, by expunging the multiple of Trimsamsa means 30th division and by expunging the multiple of 12, we arrive at 6 (*2), which is the house of diseases, servants/ service, enemies and ltigation (troubles we face in this world due Author: Jatinder Pal Singh Sandhu.systematic approach for analytical study of the Divisional Charts.
The book discusses the methodology to identify overall view of the horoscope, analysis of debilitated and combust planets, main period of Ketu and remedial measures in the aid of Astrology.
The book also contains illustrated case studies on hoå, decante, turyamsa,File Size: 5MB.