Author: Sanjay Rath

Sanjay Rath comes from a traditional family of astrologers from Bira Balabhadrapur Sasan village in Puri, which trace their lineage back to Shri Achyuta Das (Acyutananda)
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Trikona Dasha #1

We study the concept, derivations and applications of the trikona dasha. This dasha has been taught both in Brhat Parashara Hora Shastra as well as…

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Posted in Matsya Avatara

Mukhya

mukhya m. chief From mukha (face) being in or coming from or belonging to the mouth or face; all Veda-mūrti are known for speaking the…

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Upapada 7th Lord Dictum

2019-10-17 Sanjay Rath: Consider this dictum: The *if Rahu is placed in the second house from the 7th lord from upapada the native has bad…

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Trikoṇa

The word trikoṇa means trine and refers to the tattva as well as the āśrama. Tattva Tattva is the true or real state, truth or…

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Posted in JSP Year-3 Misc

Join JSP Year-3

Only those who have attended the JSP Year-2 at Udaipur can pay fees and join the course. Also those who had prior permission of leave granted by Pt. Sanjay Rath can pay fees.

Joining Options

There are three options to join JSP Year-3 in 2019-20. The Standard Fees $1008 which can be paid in full upfront or a slightly more expensive Subscription option of $108 per month.
Scholarships
Finally we also have scholarships for many of those deserving students who cannot pay for the PJC Course.

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Ann Hollingsworth Chart

We discuss the chart of Ann Hollingsworth and examine some sutras of Maharsi Jaimini.
There are some very vital and advanced lessons to learn here about longevity matters, arudha and parivartana yogas.
Shula Dasha, Sudarshana Chakra Dasa, Narayana Dasha and Vimshottari have all been used together
Information about
Ann Hollingsworth, 13 Oct 1952, 13.15hrs, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Longitude  147deg 9 East
Latitude  41deg 25  South

Siblings
Elder brother
She is second child [Jupiter is garbha graha]

Major relationship 1975 – 1989

Pregnancy

1981 birth son 06/11/1981
1983 birth son 28/0

Parents both alive
Father 10/10/1923
Mother 12/07/1927

Studies
1973 Scholarship

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Guṇa Avatāra

Complementary colors of guṇa avatāra

Tamas guṇa (nīla śaktī – kṛīṁ bīja) is of dark black color, therefore complementary Rudra is always of white color
Sattva guṇa (śrī śaktī – śrīṁ bīja) is of white color, therefore complementary Viṣṇu is always of dark black color
Rajas guṇa (bhū śaktī – hrīṁ bīja) is of blue color, therefore complementary Brahmā is always of yellow color

Whenever God is to be represented in three forms, the colors need to be black, white and yellow that will sustain sattva, subdue tamas and control the overactive rajas respectively.

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JSP2 Sutra 2.1.1-4

Longevity estimation is a very difficult task and we have to understand what exactly is meant by estimating the longevity and how is is linked to life itself – after all one derives from the other.

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2A Somanath Navamsa

The odd signs have their drekkāṇa and navāṁśa counted regularly from Aries, covering the odd signs. The even signs have their drekkāṇa and navāṁśa counted in the reverse from Pisces, covering the even signs

This is based on the varṇadā concept where the lagna or horā lagna in odd signs is counted from Aries, while in even signs the same is counted from Pisces. Somanāth drekkāṇa is used for ojas i.e. the life forces and procreative strength of Soma

Somanāth navāṁśa shows the direction of the same for spiritual awakening saṅnyāsa (or reverse for saṅsāra).

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Webinar Notes

Compiled by Sri Manoj Gupta

Additional notes from informal discussion ( 11-11-2018):

How to use this knowledge of Bhavat Bhavam ( hereinafter referred to as BB)
If the lagna Lord is in Lagna or 7H, then the B1 or B7 will lie in the first house, Karaka of which is moon. Moon rules salt water or Oceans. How will the Seed grow in an Ocean. It needs some stability, or prithvi element, to grow, i.e. Ganesha for stability. After the seed gathers the ground, again the native will go back to the 1H (moon).

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