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Adhyaya 1 Pada 3 Chapter 1 Part 3 Planets in various houses from. Pada Lagna and their results Uchcha Graha Samanya Cornbi nations for. Royalty and Poverty, Adhyaya 1 Pada 4 Chapter 1 Part 4 Upapada Lagna and its results. Combinations for various diseases Children Death of brothers sisters. Dumbness stammering complexion religious tendencies adultery. leadership in community 33 crores of Devatas Nigraha and Anugraha. forms Mahamantras or good Vedic Secrets Kshudra Mantras or evil. incantation, Adhyaya 2 Pada 1 Chapter 2 Part 1 Determination of Longevity. Combinations for Long Middle and Short lives Reconciliation of different. systems of Longevity Karakayogas Kakshya Hrasa or reduction or. degradation Kakshya Vriddhi or increase Dwara Rasi Dwarabahya Rasi. and Pakabhoga Rasis explained Increase of Life and averting death. Viparitas or Perverts in meaning Karakayogas and Kartari yogas detailed. Three kinds of Longevities Alpayu Madhyayu and Purnayu Explanation. and results of Rudra Maheswara and Brahma Rasis Different kinds of. Adhyaya 2 Pada 2 Chapter 2 Part 2 Planets causing Death of Mother. and Father in Shoola Dasas Combinations for deaths due to the. displeasure of Governments Different kinds of diseases Bites of insects. and venereal complaints, Adhyaya 2 Pada 3 Chapter 2 Part 3 170 180 Sthira Dasas Navamsa. Dasas and Prana Dasas detailed Combinations for deaths of uncles. cousins and other relations in Shoola Dasas Explanation Shoola Dasas or. Adhyaya 2 Pada 4 Chapter 2 Part 4 180 197 Bhoga Rasis Bhoga Dasas. and Paka Dasas Combinations for imprisonments and Deaths in Purusha. and Stri Rasis Yogardha Dasa Drigdasa and Trikona Dasa. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS, The name of Maharishi Jaimini is held in high esteem and. reverence among the Sanskrit writers of eminence and probably he is held. only next to Maharishi Vedavyasa Jaimini is the disciple of Vyasa and. besides being a writer of various treatises and the Epic Jaimini Bharata he. is the famous author of Poorva Mimamsa Sastra and these able aphorisms. in Astrology called after his name as the JAIMINISUTRAS The. Maharishis so far as their intellectual development was concerned stood. altogether on a unique pedestal unapproached by any other authors in the. world They expanded their intellects not by ordinary study patient. labour and devotion but by the mystic processes of Yoga Thus expanding. their mental vision by a peculiar process still unknown to the greatest. scholars of the present day they were able to grasp the causes and effects. of the celestial and terrestrial phenomena with the greatest ease and on a. scale of understanding and comprehension of facts at which the present. generations stand surprised and wonderstruck, Take Maharishi Vedavyasa the great grandson of Vasishta the.
grandson of Sakti the son of Parasara and the father of Maharishi Shuka. who is held in the highest esteem by the great Rishis themselves for this. piety Brahmagnana and unalloyed purity of life Vyasa has written 18. Puranas including the Mahabharata enclosing the immortal. Bhagavadgita great Siddhanta after his name on Astronomy several. works on Astrology and the most profound Brahmasutras called Uttara. Mimamsa This colossal collection of literature relating to all branches of. human knowledge stands as a monument to the grandeur of his glorious. intellect and it will be a real surprise to the cultured public if any other. name in the world could be compared to this intellectual giant In. addition to all these works he was able to systematise and put in proper. order the Four Vedas and thus earn the most envious title of Vedavyasa or. one who put the Vedas in their present form and sequence Jaimini was a. worthy disciple of Vedavyasa and has bequeathed to humanity many. valuable works among which stand foremost Jaimini Bharata Poorva. Mimamsa and the Jaiminisutras on Astrology, In the various branches of the Sanskrit Sciences the sutras are a. wonder of Sanskrit literature We do not know if there is any other. language in this world which has anything like the sutras A sutra may. thus be defined as the shortest in form with the largest meaning possible. JAIMINISUTRAS ere said t0 have been composed in eight chapters. Though brief they contain a large quantity of meaning Many. technicalities are used throughout these sutras and I will try to explain. them as best as I could In translations from a rich and comprehensive. language t o a poor and ill equipped tongue it is extremely difficult to. bring out the force the dignity the sweetness the majesty and the flow of. the original language The translators however learned they may be and. however brilliant their intelligence may be have to remember the great. gulf which separates their intelligence with that of the great Maharishi. who is their original author, At best the translator can only explain and illustrate what he. understands and conceives to be the meaning of the original author It. may be the correct interpretation of the author or what may have been. understood to be the meaning by the translator In the case of the works of. the Maharishis I may not be very wrong if I say that none of the. commentators or the translators could ever hope to come up to their. standard However a man can do at best what he honestly knows to be. the meaning and I can assure my readers that in the translation of these. difficult sutras I have taken the greatest care to bring out the correct. meaning of the Maharishi in his inimitable work the JAIMINISUTRAS. Everyone cannot compose a sutra A sutra to be a sound one must have. certain characteristic features and unless these conditions are satisfied. they cannot pass muster under the heading of a sutra In English so far as. my humble knowledge and practical experience go it looks impossible to. frame a sutra as the Sanskrit authors have composed and conceived it The. defects of languages cannot be set right by ordinary men and it is. hopeless to make such attempts, Jaimini through his great sympathy and love for the people. framed these sutras and they have to be interpreted on certain principles. which the Sanskrit writers have laid down for our guidance and. education The brevity of a sutra is its distinguishing feature and it can. easily be committed to memory even by the ordinary students Somehow. or other Sanskrit language seems to have a close affinity to strengthen. and improve memory Have we ever seen an advocate or a judge who is. able to repeat a few sections of any legal book Is there any English. knowing person who can repeat a play of Shakespeare or a few pages of. any dictionary In Sanskrit Dasopanishads are easily committed to. memory There are Dwivedis and Thrivedis who easily commit to. memory one two and three Vedas and repeat them with an ease which. surprises the listeners There are many who have committed to memory. the Sanskrit lexicon Amara and quote its stanzas offhand with the. greatest ease Bhagavata Bharata Ramayana and other extensive works. are easily committed to memory Kavyas and Natakas Epics and Dramas. form no exception Astrological literature whether it be astronomical. calculation or astrological Phalabhaga has been committed to memory and. I can repeat more than 2 or 3 thousand slokas without any paper or. The discussion of the learned Brahmin Pandits is a source of great delight. to the audience They bring neither books nor notes nor papers nor any. references when they come for great assemblies where their knowledge in. the several branches of Sanskrit will be tested and where they receive due. rewards The greatest Indian Pandit has hardly anything which deserves. the name of a library whereas the poorest equipped English reader keeps. up a decent library Are not then the heads of these Pandits more valuable. than the heads of the greatest English scholars who have to refer to books. for constant renewal of their memories,ADHYAYA 1 PADA 1. SU 1 Upadesam vyakhyasyamah I shall now explain my work for the. benefit of the readers and shall give them proper instructions to. understand the subject, NOTES Upadesa means literally bringing one close to the object and.
make him understand the truth Upa samip disanti cause to sit taking one. close to the true object of his search making him sit there and see clearly. with his mental vision the truths of the Science Jaimini observes that he. will take the subject of Astrology in Phalabhaga or Predictive portion. introduce the readers and disciples to the principles of Astrology and. make them see the truths and realise their grandeur by personal. experiences He expands the subject in his own inimitable style and tries. his best to put vast quantities of Astrological knowledge in the fewest. possible Aphorisms called the Sutras This word Upa occurs in. Upanayana as making a man see the grandeur of Parabrahma and. Upanishad or taking one nearer to God and Upasana carrying the same. idea and making the person see the object of his search and bring him into. closer contact with it, SU 2 Abhipasyanti rikshani The zodiacal signs aspect each other in. their front, SU 3 Parswabhe cha Excepting the next zodiacal signs to them. SU 4 ihann ishthascha tadvat Those planets which occupy such signs. will also aspect the planets found in such houses, NOTES Unless easy explanations are offered and illustrations are given. the meanings of these Sanskrit Sutras will not become intelligible and. convincing to the readers The second Sutra can be explained thus The. zodiacal signs aspect each other which are in their front I do not exactly. understand what is meant by the word front The commentators who have. done invaluable services to humanity by their lucid explanations and the. removal of all reasonable doubts thus observe Mesha has Vrischika. Vrishabha has Thula Mithuna has Kanya Kataka has Kumbha Simha has. Makara Kanya has Dhanus Thula has Vrishabha Vrischika has Mesha. Dhanus has Meena Makara has Simha Kumbha has Kataka and Meena. has Mithuna as the signs in front and aspect them, From the 3rd sutra it is signified that the zodiacal sign next to Aries viz. Vrishabha is not aspected the sign Mithuna is not aspected by Vrishabha. Kataka is not aspected by Mithuna Simha is not aspected by Kataka and. so forth Following this rule alt the Chara Rasis or movable signs aspect all. the Sthira Rasis or fixed signs excepting that which is next to it and all the. fixed signs aspect the movable signs excepting that which is next to it The. double bodied signs aspect each other In none of the current astrological. books is mentioned the fact of the aspecting of zodiacal signs or the. planets which are in them in this particular manner In the 4th sutra. reference is made to planets occupying those houses and exercising. aspectual influences as the houses themselves are said to do I will give a. few illustrations to exemplify the above enunciated principles Meena. Mesha Vrishabha Mithuna Kumbha I K ataka I DIAGRAM I Makara j. Simha Dhanus Vrischika Thula Kanya, Chara Rasis aspect Sthira Rasis Sthira Rasis aspect Chara Rasis and.
Dwiswabhava Rasis aspect the Dwiswabhavas Mesha is movable and. Vrishabha next to it is fixed Mesha is said to aspect the fixed signs except. the one which is next to it Mesha aspects the fixed signs Simha Vrischika. and Kumbha but not Vrishabha which is close to it Vrishabha a fixed. sign aspects the movable signs Kataka Thula and Makara but not Mesha. which is close to it Mithuna Kanya Dhanus and Meena the four double. bodied or common house aspect each other and there is no difficulty. about them Kataka a movable sign aspects Vrischika Kumbha and. Vrishabha but not Simha which is close to it Thula a movable sign aspect. Kumbha Vrishabha and Simha but not the fixed sign Vrischika next to it. Vrischika a fixed sign aspects Makara Mesha and Kataka but not Thula. which is close to it Makara a movable sign aspects these fixed signs. Vrishabha Simha and Vrischika but not Kumbha which is close to it. These aspects of Rasis have peculiar influences and they are taken into. consideration in these Jaiminisutras According to the above sutras and. the explanations a understood by me the following aspects have to be. noted in the example given on next page Ravi is in a movable sign and. does not aspect Budha but aspects Simha Vrischika and the planet Sani in. it and Kumbha and Chandra in it Budha aspects Kataka Thula and. Makara and Kuja who is in that sign As per above principles Rasis aspect. each other and also the planets in them The planets aspect each other and. also the Rasis mentioned in the sutras In the above illustration Sukra. aspects Kanya with Guru in it Dhanus and Meena and Guru aspects. Dhanus Meena and Mithuna with Sukra in it, As per general principles in use in astrology the aspects of planets in the. above diagram are thus Budha and Sani aspect each other Sani aspects. Kuja and Simha 3rd and 10th Guru aspects Kuja Meena and Budha the. 5th 7th and 9th Kuja aspects Mesha with Ravi in it Kataka and Simha or. the 4th 7th and 8th houses and planets in them Chandra aspects Simha. These are details which have to be borne in mind by the readers who are. anxious to master the technicalities of these Sutras Jaimini is very. cautious in his statements He asks his readers to study the general. principles of astrology and along with their applications to the practical. language in this world which has anything like the sutras A sutra may thus be defined as the shortest in form with the largest meaning possible JAIMINISUTRAS ere said t0 have been composed in eight chapters Though brief they contain a large quantity of meaning Many technicalities are used throughout these sutras and I will try to explain them as best as I could In translations from a

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