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In the Kaliyuga, after careful examination of this dasha on a chart, the results do not go wrong. By knowing the mere name of the Yogini operating for a person, the things happening in the life of that person during the period of Yogini can be known.

According the Rudrayamal, the Yogini dasha gives excellent results in Kaliyuga:. The dashas propounded by various ancient masters were excellent for the three yugas — Satyayuga, Tretayuga and Dwaparayuga — but for Kaliyuga, dasha calculatation based on Yogini dasha is great for giving all types of results. In view of the above statement, it is surprising why this dasha is not more universally employed. The conditions of applicability of three dashas — Vimshottari, Ashtottari and Yogini — are given thus:.

Out of the three dashas applicable at the time of birth, Vimshottari dasha should be applied for the births at night during Shukla Paksha and Ashtottari dasha for births during day in Krishna Paksha.

In all other cases Yogini dasha gives results. It is generally observed that Yogini dasha, like Vimshottari dasha, gives results even if applied unconditionally. There are eight types of Yoginis: The sequence of these Yoginis, their lords and operative periods are given in Table 1. Please observe that the sequence of Yoginis is alternatively benefic and malefic and their periods are progressively increasing by one year.

Yogini dasha is a nakshatrika dasha based on the nakshatra of the Moon at the time of birth. Note down the nakshatra number of the Moon, taking Ashwini as nakshatra number 1.

Add 3 to it.

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The remainder represents the Yogini dasha operative at the time of birth. It should be restricted to whole numbers and remainder be noted down. If the remainer is 1 the dasha operative at the time of dsha is Mangala, if appliations, Pingla, and so on. To calculate Yogini dasha operative at the time of birth, note down the nakshatra of the Moon which is Anuradha, nakshatra number To this figure add 3.

The result is Now divide by 8. The quotient is 2 and the remainder is 4. The balance of dasha is dependent on the degrees remaining to be traversed by the Moon in its nakshatra. The Yogini operating at the time of birth was Bhramari whose full extent is 4 years or 48 months.

In the major period of each Yogini, sub-periods of all Yoginis operate according to the propotional periods in the natural order starting from its own sub period. For example in the major period of Dhanya, sub-periods of all Yoginis will operate starting from Dhanya. The sub periods of all Yoginis operating under their major periods are given in Table 2.

Some have the opinion that the first half of Sankata is ruled by Rahu while the second half is ruled by Ketu.

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We see an imbalance of benefic and malefic periods operating through Yogini dasha in the life of an individual. The rulership of these Yoginis is alternatively benefic and malefic. Out of a total period of 36 years of Yogini dasha, 16 years are ruled by benefic planets — Mangala Moon 1 yearDhanya Jupiter yogihi yearsBhadrika Mercury 5 years and Siddha Venus 7 years.

The remaining 20 years are ruled by malefic planets Pingala 2 yearsBhramari Mars 4 yearsUlka Saturn 6 years and Sankata Rahu 8 years. It is a common practice in India to name a new born child according to the Naamakshara indicated by the pada yogibi the nakshatra of birth of the child.


The nakshatra of birth is that nakshatra in which the natal Moon is vasha. Each nakshatra has four padas or quarters, and each pada indicates certain letters of the alphabet. All these alphabets are unique. At the time dashx birth, the placement of Moon in a particular nakshatra pada decides the first alphabet of the name of the dashw.

If this system is followed, as has been the practice in India, by merely knowing the name of a person, we can know the nakshatra of his Moon.

There are many advantages of this system. For all the dashas dxsha on the nakshatra of the Moon, the dasha operating at the time of birth and its approximate balance can be calculated. By adding various periods of dashas, the present operative dasha of a person can be found out. Since the operative Yogini dasha reveals a lot about the likely things happening in the life of a person, even in the absence of a proper horoscope, we can know a lot about the person.

The operative period of sadhe-saati can be known since it is based on the placement of Moon in a sign and the transit of Saturn in or around that sign.

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The table on the facing page reveals the meanings of Yoginis and the results of Yogini dasha major periods as given in the classics. It is generally observed that irrespective of the disbursement of planets in appkications horoscope of individuals, Yogini dasha periods do give results according to thier meanings as explained in the table.

The key to interpretation of a horoscopic chart lies in the assessment of the strength and weakness of different houses of a horoscope. The twelve houses of a horoscope encompass all the areas in the life of an individual. The appllications or weakness of a house will influence the results attributed to that particular house. The quality, quantity and nature of results of individual houses are dependent upon the combined indications of the disposition of the three factors, namely: The house is influenced either by placement or by aspect of planets.

Influence by the lords of malefic houses or by natural malefics will adversely influence the results ascribed to that dasna. Similarly placement or aspect of benefics or lords of benefic houses enhances the results of the house concerned.

Placement of the house lord in its own house protects the house and it will always appplications the results of the house. Disposition of the house lord in one of the trines or kendras gives positive results while placement in Trika 6th, 8th or 12th houses is a negative factor for the house. Ill disposed, weak or afflicted significator gives applifations in respect of the areas indicated by significator.

A deep analysis of these three factors — the house, the house lord and the significator — will indicate whether the results attributed to the house will be negative or positive and also the extent to which they will be adverse or favourable.

Appications divisional charts play a pivotal role in the final outcome of the results. The eighth house from the lagna is the house of longevity. The eighth from the eighth house is the third house, an alternative house of longevity. Twelfth from any house causes loss to that house. In this case twelfth from third and eighth houses are second and seventh houses respectively, which cause loss of longevity and as such are called death inflicting houses or maraka houses.

The seventh and the second lords also become the killer or maraka planets. The planets posited in the maraka houses, with the killer planets, and the planets aspected by the killer planets also gain death inflicting powers and become maraka or killer planets.

The lord of the twelfth house is also considered a maraka. Saturn is the unconditional maraka for any lagna. Rahu, if placed in sixth, eighth or twelfth house also becomes maraka. Before applying dasha system to a horoscope in order to app,ications events, a general assessment of the horoscope is essential.

Each house needs to be yogjni from the lagna, as well as its Karaka. In addition, while examining a particular house, that house needs to be treated as lagna and all other houses considered in relation to that house. Applicationw example, in matters of progeny, one needs to consider the fifth house from the lagna, the fifth house from yoglni Karaka Jupiter and also the fifth house from the fifth i.


In addition, the appropriate divisional chart should also be considered. While considering the appropriate divisional chart, however, it needs to be remembered that the lagna of the divisional chart is additionally significant in respect of the appropriate aspect of life signified by that chart.

In case of the Yogini Dasha, the lords of the different Yoginis are to be considered as the operative dasha lords. To apply Yogini dasha on the horoscope of an individual, ov of all take note of the Yogini dasha-antara major and sub-periods operating for the period under consideration. Next, find the lords of the relevant Yoginis major and sub-periods. These dasha applicationw need to be assessed from the following points:. An attempt will be made here to explain the method of application of Yogini dasha through some example horoscopes related to varying areas of life of different natives.

For constraints of space only the birth applicatiions and the dwadshamsha charts are being given in the present article; the navamsha charts are not being included in this discussion.

The Sun is considered the significator for the father of a native. If the Sun and the ninth lord are weak or placed in malefic houses, along with affliction of the ninth house, the ninth lord or the Sun by the Trika lords 6th, 8th or 12th lordsit could be a combination for ill-health or even fatality to the father of the native.

The native belonging to Chart 1 born April 24, ; The ninth house is occu-pied by the eighth lord Mars and aspected by a retrograde sixth lord Saturn from the third house. The placement of an exalted eleventh lord Moon also in the ninth house aspected by a debilitated Jupiter from the fifth are relatively ineffective factors for mitigating the affliction to the ninth house.

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The ninth lord in the seventh, though exalted, is retrograde and associated with a debilitated Mercury. The Sun, the significator for father, is placed in the adverse eighth house associated with Rahu, without any releiving factor. The ninth house from the Sun receives the aspect of the eighth lord Mars while the ninth lord Jupiter is debilitated and aspected by a retrograde Saturn.

In the dwadashamsha chart, the lagna is heavily afflicted, being occupied by a debilitated Mars, the malignant Ketu and a retrograde Venus. There is no benefic aspect on the lagna or the lagna lord.

The ninth lord Jupiter, which also happens to be the sixth lord, is aspected by a retrograde eighth lord Saturn from the sixth house. The ninth lord from the Sun is also heavily afflicted. The native lost his father on October 1, when he was running the Yogini dasha of Sankata-Siddha, equivalent to Rahu-Venus. In the birth chart the major-period lord Rahu is placed in the eighth house with the Sun, the significator for father. Rahu represents Saturn, which occupies the eighth house from the Sun and the seventh a maraka house from the ninth house.

By its placement in Mesha, it also represents Mars which occupies the ninth house and owns eighth house from the Sun. Venus, the sub-period lord is the owner of the ninth house from the lagna. It is a maraka lord of the second as well as the seventh from the Sun and occupies the twelfth from it. In the dwadashamsha chart, Venus as well as the Rahu-Ketu axis involve the lagna.

From the Sun both of them fall in the adverse six-twelve axis.