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Shanmukha a.k.a T.S.V.R.Nageswara Rao, is 30 years, a graduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering, works in a Science organization of Indian Govt. He started his study of Astrology when he was 22 years old and though not traditionally trained; he is very fond of the wonderful system of Jaimini and learns it from his Guru Sri Iranganti Rangacharya. He is now working on ancient commentaries on Jaimini and writes some of his musings on Jaimini system at his personal blog http://sutramritam.blogspot.com. Real Jaimini Navamsa1 Revealed An analysis based on Jyotisha Phalaratnamala of Krishna Mishra By Shanmukha, India [Dedication: This first article of my life is reverentially dedicated to my Guru Mahamahopadhyaya Sri Iranganti Rangacharya2.] Sage Jaimini gave utmost importance to Karakamsa chart and dealt with very specific and rare combinations from it. Karakamsa means the Navamsa sign occupied by Atmakaraka planet. Most of the scholars advocated Parasara Navamsa chart to analyze Karakamsa. But, Krishna Mishra in his Jyotish Phalaratnamala3 advocated another way of reckoning Navamsa chart in line with Prakriti4 chakra reckoning. My Guru Sri 1 Though it is Krishna Mishra Navamsa, My Guru calls it Jaimini Navamsa 2 Sri Rangacharya is an erudite scholar and authority on Jaimini system and has been publishing articles on Jaimini since the last five decades. 3 Jyotish Phalaratnamala is very important classic to understand Jaimini. 4 This Prakriti chakra reckoning means counting in zodiacal order for odd signs and reverse for even signs. The counting is based on oddity of signs not on the Vishama pada / Sama pada. Rangacharya, in his Jaimini Sutramritam, deciphered the verse of Krishna Mishra and advocates using this variation along with Parasara Navamsa chart. This paper is an attempt to understand Karakamsa chapter of Jaimini Sutras in the light of Phalaratnamala manuscript available with us. The venerable Sage Jaimini explained the Karakamsa in his Upadesa Sutras in the 2nd pada of 1st adhyaya. He says ~ atha svo grahm Translation: Now, Sage is talking about the Swamsa. Literally it means the sign occupied by the Swa (Atmakaraka) planet in the Navamsa chart. Most of the recent commentators of Jaimini Sutras interpreted Swa as Atmakaraka, but Krishna Mishra and his son Somanatha Mishra5 listed out five types of Karakas to be used in various applications. Out of them, they particularly listed out Swakaraka6 as the lord of the special Lagna like Hora, Ghatika etc. and gave a great deal of importance. Yet, in this paper Atmakaraka as Swa is followed. Atmakaraka: The planet obtaining most advanced in longitude in any sign in the chart. There has been a great deal of discussion of calculating this planet. We follow the method by our Guru, of 7 Chara karakas out of 7 planets (out of 8 planets when two planets are on equal degrees) and condemning Rahu for becoming Atmakaraka7. The movement of planets is very less compared to the Lagna; so, Karakamsa Lagna is, indeed, a very coarse point. So, some scholars coined a new term Lagnamsa (Lagna of Navamsa chart) equivalent to the Swamsa and read the indicated results from Lagnamsa instead, which is not in the spirit of Jaimini. But in the humble opinion of this scribe, Sage Jaimini himself addressed the situation and precisely gave the methods overcoming this obstacle. The first thing one must recourse in analyzing the horoscope is to judge the strength (for example yoga and avayoga etc.) of the horoscope. So, in Jaimini system, utmost importance is given in analyzing the same and which is based on Yogada8 planets and Argalas. So, by examining these points, the Yoga on the horoscope could be ascertained and then only the other combinations shall be analyzed within the purview of the strength of chart. Thus, the coarseness of Karakamsa is minimized to some extent. Yet, in this paper, for the sake of brevity and clarity, the charts of established persons are discussed highlighting the importance of Karakamsa. 5 Refer to Kalpalatha by Somanatha Mishra 6 Refer to Jyotisha Phalaratnamala and Kalpalatha. 7 Interested readers can read more info at my blog at http://sutramritam.blogspot.com or Jaimini Sutramritam by Sri Rangacharya. 8 There are 3 types of Yogada planets and they are calculated by aspecting planets on lagna and its 7th house in Rasi, Navamsa and Drekkana charts. Karakamsa9: It is the sign in which Atmakaraka planet placed in Navamsa chart. Construction of Jaimini Navamsa Chart: Krishna Mishra in his Jyotisha Phalaratnamala 1st chapter, 3rd verse explained the calculation of his variation of Navamsa reckoning. Duke bootee broadway tickets. The relevant sloka by Krishna Mishra is given here for the benefit of readers. T ~ ~ carabhe carabht sthirabhe navamt sutabhdubhaye munayo'pi jagu viamtkramato vipartamatho vidhuraaka kalpanamatra budh Translation10: For Aries, Leo and Sagittarius the Navamsa reckoning starts direct from Aries. For Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn, the Navamsa count is reverse from Capricorn. For Gemini, Libra and Aquarius, the Navamsa count is direct from Libra. For Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces, the count is reverse from Cancer. It must be understood that Navamsa reckoning always starts from Movable sign, which is in accordance with Parasara with an exception of Prakriti Chakra reckoning. Krishna Mishra further explains the reckoning of Navamsa in this system in 11th chapter, 22nd verse as follows. F ~ U aakavibhgastvoje kramea yugme tu vipartam ryaakni kramata vadanti munayo'khilastraj Transaltion: The reckoning of Navamsa is regular and zodiacal for odd sign and regular and anti zodiacal for even sign. So, summarizing the both verses, we can deduce the following table as ready reckoner with an advantage. Rasi 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Aries Ar Ta Ge Cn Le Vi Li Sc Sg Taurus Cp Sg Sc Li Vi Le Cn Ge Ta Gemini Li Sc Sg Cp Aq Pi Ar Ta Ge Cancer Cn Ge Ta Ar Pi Aq Cp Sg Sc 9 This scribe had requested Jhora software maker to include Krishna Mishra Navamsa but as he was busy this scribe himself in the meanwhile has worked on an open source software for Saptarishis Astrology wherein Krishna Mishra Navamsa can be calculated; this will soon be available from the download section. 10 Adopted from Jaimini Sutramritam by Sri Iranganti Rangacharya. Leo Ar Ta Ge Cn Le Vi Li Sc Sg irgo Cp Sg Sc Li Vi Le Cn Ge Ta Libra Li Sc Sg Cp Aq Pi Ar Ta Ge Scorpio Cn Ge Ta Ar Pi Aq Cp Sg Sc Sagittarius Ar Ta Ge Cn Le Vi Li Sc Sg Capricorn Cp Sg Sc Li Vi Le Cn Ge Ta Aquarius Li Sc Sg Cp Aq Pi Ar Ta Ge Pisces Cn Ge Ta Ar Pi Aq Cp Sg Sc But, in the available manuscript of Kalpalatha by Somanatha Mishra, the illustrated son of Krishna Mishra, gives another way of calculating Navamsa chart, vide the following verse11. ~ l* U ~ U U F U aaka vibhgastu purvokta astra rtyeti na measya medi vasyatu kanydi midhunasyatu tuldi karkio mndi Translation: The calculation of Amsa (Navamsa) is not according to the usual method. Navamsa reckoning starts from Aries for Aries, from Virgo for Taurus, from Libra for Gemini and from Pisces for Cancer. In the humble opinion of this scribe either the above verse is corrupted or interpolated since it is prima face contradicts the important principle of Navamsa starting from movable sign for movable signs as it was stated in the above Kalpalathas verse that Navamsas start from Pisces for Cancer. But, Krishna Mishra in his verse stated meaning that Navamsa starts from Movable sign for Movable sign. So, the interpretation given by Sri Rangacharya is probably the correct version of Krishna Mishra Navamsa. Now, we explain the application of Karakamsa for specific results. Yet, it must be kept in mind that in the Karakamsa chapter of Jaimini Sutras not every house results were indicated, but those principles can be extended with intelligent application. It must be understood that whatever the combinations from Karakamsa, be read from only the Navamsa12 chart constructed in the above-explained manner. Krishna Mishra in his Jyotisha Phalaratnamala gives utmost importance to the Yogada planet and houses from it, yet in this paper Karakamsa only be discussed. It has been observed by the scribe that Yogada and houses from Yogada are equally very important and perfectly valid. Vriddha Karika explains the clue to interpret the Karakamsa chart vide the following verse. P~ U ~ ~= ~ 11 Courtesy: Sri Madhura Krishnamurthi Sastri and Manuscripts section of Saptarishis Astrology 12 Some scholars advocate the Karakamsa lagna transposed to Rasi chart. I ~ U ubha rau ubhe v karake lagnaste ubhagrahe upagrahasya pctye svoccha svarka ubharkage ppa dgyoga rahite kaivalya tasya nirdiet mire mira vijnyt viparte viparyaya Literal Translation: Karakamsa in benefic signs, benefic planets in Lagnamsa and planets in exalted, own house or in benefic signs without conjucntion or aspect of malefic planets indicate moksha for the

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Navamsa in Sanskrit means the 'Nineth Division'.('Nav' means Nine and 'amsa' means a division or planetary portion).Navamsa chart is the most important astrology chart after Rashi Chart or Birth Chart for vedic astrology predictions and interpretations. A Raj Yog is formed in Navamsa Chart is the Atmakaraka planet and Amatyakaraka planet is sitting together in the D9 Chart. Next thing one has to check is the position of Venus. Venus as we know is the ruler of the D9 chart and the main significator, therefore, we have to look at where Venus is positioned and the houses it rules. Oct 07, 2020 Sometimes the planets in their own house in Rashi chart move to the other house owned by them in Navamsa. This position is called Swa-Navamsa. For example if Mars is in Aries in Rashi chart but is posited in Scorpio in Navamsa, it is said to be in Swa-Navamsa. Navamsa D9 chart is based on 9th Division of a 30° degree Sign. Harmonic 9th chart is based on principles of resonance. 360° degree circle is divided by the harmonic number 9. Navamsa D9 and Harmonic 9th are using different calculation formula, but they both will give you the same result.