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Thursday, 31 May 2012

EXALTED IN VENUS IN EIGHTH HOUSE

A positive exalted Venus placed in eighth house of a horoscope can make the native succeed in professional fields like astrology, palmistry, numerology, yoga and meditation teaching etc. A benefic exalted Venus in 8th house can bless the native with a profession or well settled business which has been passed on to native by his father or grandfather and some natives under the strong influence of this placement can inherit big business empires from their paternal family. This placement can also bless the native with a long life and many natives under the strong influence of this placement are seen living a life longer than average human life. A benefic exalted Venus in 8th house can also make the native attractive and charming in such a way that it becomes difficult for the natives of opposite sex to resist his charm and attraction and some natives under this influence can also achieve professional and financial gains by means of their attachment or affairs with some very rich and powerful females. This placement can render all kinds of physical pleasures to the native and when supported by the other factors in horoscope, the natives under this influence can live a very luxurious and comfortable life. On the other hand, a negative exalted Venus placed in 8th house of a horoscope can cause serious problems in the married life of the native and such a native can face a broken marriage by virtue of his extramarital affairs being exposed to his wife. Such a malefic placement can also involve the native in excessive sexual pursuits and as a result the native may have to face financial losses and in some cases the native may have to face a bad reputation due to his involvement in some kind of sex scandal. A negative exalted Venus in 8th house of a horoscope can also cause medical concerns for the native and some natives under the strong influence of this placement can suffer from serious diseases and in extreme cases this placement can even cause death of the native due to some fatal disease and such a native can also die in a fight or war with a weapon. 



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Monday, 28 May 2012

B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR JYESTHA GANDANTA BIRTH

1-5. The Sage said. O Maitreya! Now I will describe to you the remedial measures to be adopted to ensure relief from the evil effects of Jyeshtha Gandanta. The erection of a canopy (Mandhup), installation of Kalash, selection of a priest etc. will be done in the same manner, as has been recommended for the Abhukta Mula in the previous chapter. In this ceremony Indra will be the deity-in-chief, Adhideva will be Agni and the Pratyadhideva will be Rakshasa.
6. Then the remedial rites should be performed in the following order. Install on a Kalash, full of paddy rice, an idol of gold with Indra, seated on Airavat with Vajra Ankusha in his hands. Perform worship of the chief deity Indra along with that of the Adhideva and the Pratyadhideva with the recitation of their appropriate Mantras. Perform Havan, Abhisheka and then feed the Brahmins in accordance with ones means. In addition to the above, after doing Indrasukta and Mrityunjaya Japas, prayers may be offered to Indra. These measures will wipe out the evil effects of the Gandanta.
7. In case the performance of remedial rites, described above, is beyond the means of any person, he should give a cow in charity. This will also appease the deities and promote relief from the evil effects of the Gandanta. Because the giving of a cow in charity has been considered a superior remedial measure than giving in charity all the lands, belonging to a person.
8-9. According to prescribed remedial measures, 3 cows are to be given in charity in the case of Jyeshtha-Mula and Aslesha-Magha Gandantas, 2 cows in Revati-Ashvini Gandantas and 1 cow in other Gandantas, or in any inauspicious Yoga. If cow, or cows are not available, their actual value should be given in cash to a Brahmin.
10. A girl, born in Jyeshtha Nakshatra, destroys (is the cause of death of) the elder brother of her husband and a girl, born in fourth quarter of Vishaka Nakshatra, destroys her husbands younger brother. Therefore a cow should be given in charity at the time of the marriage of such girls to wipe out the above-mentioned evil effects.
11-13. A boy, or girl, born in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th quarter of Aslesha Nakshatra, destroys his/her mother-in-law and a boy, or a girl, born in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarter of Mula Nakshatra, becomes the destroyer of his/her father-in-law. Therefore suitable measures, as may be possible within ones means, should be taken at the time of the marriage of such boys and girls. There will be no evil effect, if the husband has no elder brothers. 



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR ABHUKTA MOOLA BIRTH

1-2. The Sage Parasara said. The ruling deity of Jyeshtha is Indra and the ruling deity of Mula is Rakshasa. As both the deities are inimical to each other, this Gandanta is considered, as the most evil. A boy, or girl, born during the period of Abhukta Mula, should either be abandoned, or the father should not see the face of the child for 8 years. Now I shall describe the remedial measures to obtain deliverence from the evil effects of birth during this extremely inauspicious period.
3-4. In view of the extremely inauspicious effects of birth during Abhukta I shall first describe the remedial measures to obtain relief from Mula. The religious remedial rites should be performed after the 12th day after the birth, the next Janm Nakshatra day, or on an auspicious day, when Moon and the stars are favourable.
5-8. Erect a canopy (Mandap) with four arched gateways, embellished with festoons, on a sacred spot, besmeared with cow dung paste, to the East, or North of the house. Prepare there a pit (Kund), or place there a square vessel of clay, or metal for performing Havan. Then, according to ones means, prepare, or get prepared an idol of Rakshasa of 16, 8, or 4 Masas of gold, as may be possible within ones means. The idol should be with a horrible-looking face, black in colour, with two heads, two arms, carrying a sword and a shield and seated on a dead body.
9. In the absence of an idol a piece of gold of the weight, mentioned above, should be used for worship, as gold is dear to all the deities.
10-20. Thereafter the remedial rites should be performed in the following order. Select a learned priest to perform the religious rites, according to the prescribed procedure. Install a Kalash and put in it Panchagavya (five articles, yielded by a cow, namely milk, curd, Ghī, dung and urine), Shataushadhi and water of the holy river (Ganga etc.). Then install the idol of the Rakshasa of Mula, facing West, on an earthen pot (Dhata) with one hundred tiny holes. After placing bamboo leaves on it, perform the worship of the idol by offering it white flowers, sandal and clothes etc. Also perform worship of its Adhideva Indra and Pratyadhideva Jal. Then perform Havan to appease the deities. According to ones means, 1008, or 108 oblations should be offered in the Havan. After this to obtain deliverence from death Mrityunjaya Mantra etc. should be recited and prayers offered to all the deities for the purpose of Abhisheka. The father, mother and the child should thereafter take bath from the water of the two Kalashas. Then the parents, dressed in white clothes and with white sandal paste, besmeared on their foreheads, should give a cow with calf, as a Dakshina to the chief priest and feed the other priests and Brahmins, according to ones means. Lastly, after reciting the Yatapapan etc. (see verse 19) Mantra, the father, mother and the child should see the reflection of their faces in the (melted) Ghī. By the performance of the remedial rites in the manner described all evil effects of the birth during Abhukta Mula are completely wiped out



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR BIRTH IN GANDANTA

1. The Sage said. O Brahmin! Gandanta is of three kinds, namely of Tithi, Nakshatra and Lagna. Birth, travelling and performance of auspicious functions, like marriage etc., during Gandanta are likely to cause death of the person concerned.
2. O Maitreya! The last 2 Ghatikas of Purna Tithi (5th, 10th, 15th) and the first 2 Ghatikas of Nanda Tithi (1st, 6th, 11th) are known, as Tithi Gandanta.
3. Similarly the last two Ghatikas of Revati and first two Ghatikas of Ashvini, the last two Ghatikas of Aslesha and first two Ghatikas of Magha and the last two Ghatikas of Jyeshtha and first two Ghatikas of Mula are known, as Nakshatra Gandanta.
4. The last half Ghatika of Pisces and first half Ghatika of Aries, the last half Ghatika of Cancer and first half Ghatika of Leo, the last half Ghatika of Scorpio and first half Ghatika of Sagittarius are known, as Lagna Gandanta.
5. Amongst these Gandantas the last 6 Ghatikas of Jyeshtha and first 8 Ghatikas of Mula are known, as Abhukta Mula.
6-8. Now I will tell you the remedial measures to be adopted to release the child, born during Gandanta, from its evil effects. The father should see the child born only on the morning next to the end of the days of Sutaka, or on any auspicious day after the performance of the remedial measures. The remedial measures are giving a bullock in charity in the case of Tithi Gandanta, giving a cow with calf in charity in the case of Nakshatra Gandanta, giving gold in charity in the case of Lagna Gandanta, performing Abhisheka of the child along with father, if the birth is in the first part of Gandanta and along with mother, if the birth is in the second part of Gandanta.
9-11. Performance of Puja on the holy Kalash of the idol of the deities of Tithi (in case of Tithi Gandanta), Nakshatra (in case of Nakshatra Gandanta) and Lagna (in case of Lagna Gandanta), made of 16 Masas, 8 Masas, or 4 Masas of gold, as may be possible, followed by Havan and Abhisheka, according to procedure already described earlier. At the end as many Brahmins, as may be possible within ones means, should be fed. These remedial measures will ensure long life, good health and prosperity for the child.
Notes. Unless one is himself fully conversant with the performance of religious rites, the remedies, recommended in this chapter, earlier and later chapters, should be got performed by and under the directions of a learned priest, because the full effects will be derived, if the rites are performed correctly and according to the procedure, prescribed in the religious scriptures on this subject. 



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR BIRTH IN ECLIPSES

1-14. The Sage said. O Brahmin! A person, whose birth takes place at the time of solar, or lunar eclipse, suffers from ailments, distress and poverty and faces danger of death. Therefore I am going to describe for the benefit of the mankind the remedial measures, required to be undertaken to nullify the above evil effects. The remedial rites are to be performed in the following order. The following idols should be got prepared, according to ones means: in gold an idol of the deity of the Nakshatra, in which the eclipse takes place (regarding deities of Nakshatras, see notes of verse 18, Ch. 3, Vol. I); in gold an idol of Sun, if the birth takes place during solar eclipse; in silver an idol of Moon, if the birth takes place during lunar eclipse; in lead an idol of Rahu. Besmear a clean spot on the ground (in the house) with cow dung, cover it with a new (unused) beautiful piece of cloth and install the three idols on it. Make offerings of the following to the idols: in case of birth during solar eclipse all things dear to Sun and red-coloured Akshat (Akshata – rice), red sandal, a garland of red-coloured flowers, red clothes etc.; in case of birth during a lunar eclipse all things dear to Moon and white sandal, white flowers, white clothes etc.; for Rahu blackish clothes, blackish flowers etc.; white flowers for the deity of the Nakshatra, in which the eclipse takes place. The worship should be performed, as follows: of Sun with the chanting of Akrishnim etc. Mantra; of Moon with the chanting of Imadeva etc. Mantra; of Rahu with Durva (a kind of grass) and with the chanting of Kayanshicatra etc. Mantra. Thereafter Havan should be performed, as follows: with the fuel of Aak wood pieces for Sun; with the fuel of Palas tree wood pieces for Moon; with Durva for Rahu; with Pipal tree wood pieces for the deity of the Nakshatra. Sprinkle the holy water of the Kalash on the child born (and his parents). Offer worshipful regards to the priest, performing the remedial rites and lastly feed as many Brahmins, as possible within ones means. By performance of the remedial rites in the manner described above, evil effects of the inauspicious birth are wiped and the native enjoys happiness and is blessed with good fortune.



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR SANKRANTI BIRTH

1-2. The Sage said. O Brahmin! The names of the Sankranti on the seven days of the week, beginning from Sunday, are Ghora, Dhavankshi, Mahod6th, Manda, Mandakini, Mishra and Rakshasi. The person, born at the Sankranti (entry of Sun in a new Rāśi), is poor and unhappy, but he becomes well-to-do and happy, if remedial measures are undertaken. I am now going to describe the remedial measures to nullify these evil effects.
3-6. The Yagya of the nine Planets should be performed to obtain relief from the evil effects of the birth at Sankranti. A clean spot in the eastern part of the house should be purified by besme6thng with cow dung. Then prepare three separate heaps of the following: 5 Dronas (80 Seers) of paddy (Sadhi), 2 Dronas (40 Seers) of rice, 1 Dronas (20 Seers) of sesame seeds (Til). On these heaps of grains make a figure of lotus with eight leaves (Ashtamdhal) and then decorate them with flowers. After doing this, select and invite a priest, who is well versed in the performance of religious rites and recitation of Mantras.
7-18. The religious rites are then to be performed in the following order. Install Kalashas without any holes on all the three heaps and put in each of them water from holy places, Saptamrattika, Shataushadhi, Panchapallava and Panchagavya. Then wrap the Kalashas with pieces of cloth. Place small earthen pots, wrapped with thin cloth, on the Kalashas. Then install the idol of Sankranti along with the idol of Adhideva and Pratyadhideva. (Here Sun is Adhideva and Moon Pratyadhideva). Their idols should be placed on either side of the main idols of Sankranti. Two robes may be given, as offering to each of the idols. Perform worship of all the three idols, according to the prescribed procedure. The main idol should be worshipped with the chanting of Trayambakam, Yajam Hai etc., the idol of Sun with Mantra Ut Sun and the idol of Moon with Mantra Apayayashava etc. The worship should be performed with Shodshopchar, or Panchopchar, as may be possible. After touching the main idol, Mrityunjaya Japa should be recited 1008, 108, or 28 times, as may be possible. Make a small platform in the West of the installed Kalashas, kindle fire on it and perform the prescribed rites. Then perform Havan 1008, 108, or 28 times with Samidha, Ghrit (Ghī) and Charu (powder of Til) within ones means along with chanting of Trayambakam etc. Mantra.  Again perform Havan, first with the fuel of sesame seeds along with recitation of Mrityunjaya Mantra. After performing another Svistkrita Havan, sprinkle the holy water on the child born and his parents. Lastly feed as many Brahmins, as one can afford. By performing the remedial rites, described above, the evil effects are nullified and the native and his parents enjoy happiness. 



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR NAKSHATRA AT BIRTH

1-7. The Sage Parasara said. O Maitreya! If the birth takes place in the Nakshatras of the brother and the parents, death takes place, without doubt, of the brother and the father, or mother, or they have to undergo death-like suffering. Therefore I am going to describe the remedial measures to be adopted to escape from these evil effects. The remedial rites should be performed in a Muhurta, when Moon and stars are favourable on a day, on which there is no Rikta-Bhadra Dosha. The remedial rites should be performed in the following order. Instal an idol of the Janm Nakshatra on a Kalash in the North-East direction from the fire. Cover it with a red piece of cloth and then warp two pieces of cloth round it. Worship the idol by chanting the Mantras of the Janm Nakshatra. According to ones Gotra, perform Havan 108 times with the recitation of the same Mantra, facing the fire, with Ghī and other Havan material. Then the priest, performing the Puja, should sprinkle water on the parents and brother (whoever is concerned). Give presents in cash (Dakshena) to the priest and his colleagues, associated with the ceremony, to the best of ones means and then feed the Brahmins to the best of ones means.



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR BIRTH IN BHADRA AND INAUSPICIOUS YOGA

1-2. The Sage said. O Brahmin! Now I am going to describe the remedial measures for relief from the evil effects of birth in Bhadra, Tithi Kshaya, Vyatipata, P6thdha, Vajra etc. inauspicious Yogas and Yamaghants etc. The remedial rites should be performed on the day, when the same inauspicious Yoga operates again.
3-5. The remedial rites are to be performed in the following order by the parents of the child in the above inauspicious Yogas. Puja of Lord Vishnu and other deities on an auspicious day and auspicious Lagna on the advice of a proficient astrologer, burning of Deep with Ghī in a Shiva temple, Abhisheka of Lord Shiva, going round a Pipal tree 108 times prolongs longevity and perform Havan with 108 oblations along with the recital of Vaisneh Raratmachityadhi Mantra of Lord Vishnu and feeding Brahmins to the best of ones means. The observance of these remedial measures will give deliverance to the native from all the evil effects of his inauspicious birth and he will enjoy happiness. 



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR BIRTH ON KRISHNA CHATURDASHI

1-3. The Sage said. Divide the span of Chaturdashi in 6 parts. The birth in the first part is auspicious. Second part causes destruction, or death of father. Third part causes death of the mother. Fourth part takes away the maternal uncle. Fifth part destroys the entire family (Khula – generation). Sixth part causes loss of wealth, or destruction (death) of the native. Therefore it is essential to take immediate remedial measures to escape these evil effects.
4-5. Have an idol of Lord Shiva, made of one Karsha (equal in weight to the former silver Rupee) of gold, or of weight one can afford. The idol should have a New Moon on the forehead, have a white garland round the neck, have three eyes (one being on the forehead), be dressed in white robes, be seated on a bull, be two-armed and carry Vara and Abhaya.
6-13. Then after invocation with Varun Mantra worship should be performed by chanting … etc. Mantras. Thereafter a Kalash should be placed in the North-East direction with chanting of Imah Mai Varun, Tan Tva Yami, Tvan Nai Agni Mantras, followed by Japa of … etc. and Bhadra Agni … Suktas and the chanting of … Mantra. Then, after sprinkling water over the idol of Lord Shiva (Abhisheka), the nine Planets should be worshipped. This should be followed by Havan, by using Ghī, powder of sesame seeds, Urda, Sarson and wood pieces of Pipal, Pakar, Palas and Khadir trees. 108, or 28 oblations should be made separately for the nine Planets. Thereafter, along with chanting of … etc. Mantras, Havan should be performed with sesame seeds for the nine Planets. Lastly the water of the Kalash should be sprinkled on the native and his parents and the Brahmins should be fed, according to means.



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIES FOR AMAVASYA BIRTH

1-9. The Sage Parasara said. O Maitreya! The person, born on Amavasya, is always poverty stricken. It is therefore essential to adopt remedial measures to obtain relief from the evil effects of such births, which are, as follows. Take a Kalash (water vessel) and then put in it fresh leaves of Goolar (wild fig), Vata (banyan), Pipal, mango and Neema (mango) trees and cover it with two pieces of cloth. Then install the Kalash in the South-West direction after reciting … etc. and … etc. Mantras. Then worship the idols of Sun and Moon, ruling deities of Amavasya, made of gold and silver, mixed with copper, respectively, by recitation of … etc. Mantras for Sun and … etc. Mantras for Moon 16, or 5 times. Thereafter perform Havan with 108, or 28 oblations of the mixture of prescribed fuels (…) and cooked food (Charu) with recitation of Mantras of Sun and Moon. Later sprinkle the water on the child, that is born and his parents and offer in charity gold, silver and a black cow together with feeding the Brahmins, according to ones means. By performing these remedial rites the child born gains freedom and protection from the evil effects of the birth on Amavasya.



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B.P.H.S. INAUSPICIOUS BIRTHS

1-4. The Venerable Sage said. O Maitreya! Now I will describe to you the circumstances, in which the births are inauspicious in spite of Lagna and the Planets being well disposed. Although Lagna may be well disposed, births will be inauspicious, if they take place on Amavasya (last day of the Krishna Paksha), on Chaturdasi (14th Tithi), in Krishna Paksha (dark half of the month), in Bhadra Karan, in the Nakshatra of the brother, in the Nakshatras of father and mother, at the time of entry of Sun in a Rāśi, the time of Pata, at the time of solar and lunar eclipses, at the time of Vyati Pata, in Gandantas of all the three kinds, in Yamaghant, Tithikshaya, in Dagdha Yoga etc. The birth of a son after three daughters and birth of a daughter after three sons and the birth of a freak are inauspicious. But there are remedial measures for obtaining relief from the evil effects of such births, which are being described in the following chapters.



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B.P.H.S. REMEDIAL MEASURES FROM THE MALEVOLENCE OF PLANETS

1. Maitreya said. O Venerable Sage! Please describe for the good of mankind the remedial measures for appeasement of the malevolent Planets. 2. The Sage replied. I have already described the names and characteristic features and qualities of the Planets. Joys and sorrows of all the creatures in the world are dependent on these Planets. Therefore persons desirous of peace, wealth and prosperity, rainfall, good health and longevity should worship the Planets (by prayers, recitation of Mantras, charity etc.).
3-5. For the purpose of worshipping them the idols of Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu should be made of copper, Sphatika (rock crystal), red sandal wood, gold (both Mercury and Jupiter), silver, iron, glass and bell metal, respectively. Alternatively the sketches of all the above Planets should be drawn in the colours, belonging to them, on a piece of cloth by sandal etc. and they should be placed in their own directions.
6. Contemplate of Sun well adorned with two arms, seated on a lotus, with a lotus flower in one hand, red-coloured, like lotus and aboard a ch6thot of seven horses.
7. Contemplate of Moon white-coloured, dressed in white robes, with two arms, carrying a mace in one hand and a Vara in the other, adorned with white-coloured ornaments and aboard a ch6thot of ten horses.
8. Contemplate of Mars with a red necklace, dressed in red-coloured robes, with four arms, carrying Shakti, Shoola, Gada (mace) and Vara and mounted on a lamb.
9. Contemplate of Mercury with a yellow-coloured garland, dressed in yellow robes, with four arms, carrying a sword, a shield, a mace and Vara, mounted on a lion.
10. Contemplate of Jupiter, as yellow complexion and Venus of fair complexion, both with four arms, carrying a Danda, Akshasutra, Kamandal and Vara.
11. O Maitreya! Contemplate of Saturn with the lustre, like that of Indraneela, with four arms, carrying Shoola, bow, arrow and Vara, mounted on a donkey.
12. Contemplate of Rahu with a hideous face, with four arms, carrying a sword, a shield, a Shoola and a Vara, blue-coloured and mounted on a lion.
13. There are many Ketus. All of them are of smoky colour, with two arms, carrying a mace and a Vara, with a hideous face and mounted on a donkey.
14. All the idols should be so made, that they are 108 fingers tall by ones own fingers.
Notes. Such a measurement is taken from the middle finger.
15-16. Dedicate with devotion to the Planet concerned the flowers and garments of the colour, belonging to him, sandal, Deep, Guggul etc., his metal and the grains, dear to him and distribute all these things to Brahmins to appease the Planet.
17-20. The Mantras of all the Planets and the prescribed number of their recitation are given below. The recitation of Mantras should be done after worshipping the Planets, as indicated in verses 15-16. Planet Mantra prescribed number: Sun 7000, Moon 11000, Mars11000, Mercury 9000, Jupiter 19000, Venus 16000, Saturn 23000, Rahu 18000, Ketu 17000.
21-22. Havan should be performed with Aak, Palash, Khair, Chirchiri, Pipal, Goolar, Shami wood pieces, Doob and Kush, for Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu, respectively, mixed with honey, Ghī, curd, or milk. The number of offerings to the sacred fire is 108, or 28. 23-24. To appease Sun and the other eight Planets Brahmins should be fed with (cream) of rice cooked with jaggery, rice cooked in milk, Havishya, paddy cooked in milk, curd and rice, rice with Ghī, rice cooked with powder of sesame seeds, rice cooked with meat, rice cooked with cereals, respectively.
25. To appease Sun and other Planets the things to be given in charity are cow with calf, conch, bullock, gold, robes, horse, black cow, weapons made of iron and goat, respectively.
26-27. The Planet, who is the cause of adverse effects to a person at any time, should be handled by worship and appeasing (of the benevolent ones), because Brahma has blessed the Planets with the boon Do to the persons, who worship you. And the development and progress and downfall of the people and the creation and destruction of the universe are all under the administration and authority of the Planets. Therefore they are most venerable. 



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B.P.H.S. EFFECTS OF CURSES IN THE PREVIOUS BIRTH

1-3. Maitreya said. O Venerable Sage! You have acquainted me with effects, experienced by men and women in a number of ways. According to Shastras, the soul of a person does not rest in peace after his death, if he is not blessed with a son. What sin does a person commit to remain without a son? And what are the remedial measures to be adopted by him to get a son? Kindly enlighten me about this.
4. Mahārśi Parasara replied. I will now tell you, whatever Lord Shiva told Goddess Parvati in this respect.
5. Goddess Parvati said to Lord Shiva. O my Lord! What is the sin, which causes destruction of children amongst men. Please tell me, what are the Yogas for such an effect and what are the remedial measures to protect the children?
6. Lord Shiva replied: O Devi! You have asked a very relevant question. Now I will tell you the Yogas for loss of children and the requisite remedial measures.
7. A person will be without a son, if Jupiter, the Lord of Lagna and the Lord of the 5th are all devoid of strength.
8. The same will happen, if Sun, Mars, Rahu and Saturn, endowed with strength, be in the 5th and the significator for children, namely Jupiter and Lord of the 5th etc. be bereft of strength.
9-16. There will be no male issue, due to the curse of a serpent, if at birth Rahu is in the 5th, aspected by Mars; the Lord of 5th is associated with Rahu and Moon is in the 5th and is aspected by Saturn; the significator for children (Jupiter) is associated with Rahu, the Lord of the 5th is devoid of strength and the Lord of Lagna is with Mars; the significator for children is associated with Mars, Lagna is occupied by Rahu and the Lord of the 5th is in 6th, 8th, or 12th; Mercury, as Lord of the 5th, being in the Navamsa of Mars, is associated with Mars and Lagna is occupied by Rahu and Gulikaa; the 5th is Aries, or Scorpio and the Lord of the 5th is associated with Rahu, or Mercury; the 5th is occupied by Sun, Saturn, Mars, Rahu, Mercury and Jupiter and the Lords of the 5th and Lagna are devoid of strength; the Lord of Lagna, or Jupiter is associated with Rahu and the Lord of the 5th is in conjunction with Mars.
17-19. Remedial measures should be adopted to obtain protection from the evil effects of the above Yogas. These are getting an idol of Naga (serpent) Raja, made in gold and, after worshipping it in accordance with prescribed procedure, giving in charity a cow, some land, sesame seeds and gold etc. By adopting these measures the Lord of Serpents will be gratified and by his beneficence the person concerned will be blessed with a son and the lineage of his family will be prolonged.
20-30. There will be no male issue, as a result of the curse of the father in the previous birth, if at birth of the native Sun in his debilitation Rāśi and in the Navamsa of Saturn is hemmed in between malefics in the 5th House; Sun, as Lord of the 5th, posited in a Trikona with a malefic, is hemmed in between malefics and is also aspected by a malefic; Jupiter occupies the Rāśi of Sun, the Lord of the 5th is with Sun and Lagna and the 5th are occupied by malefics; Lord of Lagna, devoid of strength, is in the 5th and the Lord of the 5th is combust and Lagna and the 5th are occupied by malefics; there is exchange of Houses between Lords of the 5th and the 10th and Lagna and the 5th are occupied by malefics; Mars, as the Lord of the 10th, is associated with the Lord of the 5th and Lagna, the 5th and the 10th are occupied by malefics; Lord of the 10th is in the 6th, 8th, or 12th, Jupiter is in a malefic Rāśi and the Lord of Lagna and the 5th are associated with malefics; Sun, Mars and Saturn are in Lagna and the 5th and Rahu and Jupiter are in the 8th and the 12th; Sun is in the 8th, Saturn in the 5th, the Lord of the 5th is associated with Rahu and Lagna is occupied by a malefic; Lord of 12th is in Lagna, Lord of 8th in 5th and Lord of 10th in 8th; Lord of 6th is in 5th, Lord of 10th in 6th and Jupiter is associated with Rahu.
31-33. To get deliverance form the curse of the father the remedial measures are performance of Shraddha at Gaya; to feed ten thousand, one thousand, or 100 Brahmins, as one can afford; Virgodana (to perform the marriage of a girl); giving a cow in charity. By observing these remedial measures, the person concerned becomes free from the curse and the family lineage is prolonged by the birth of sons, grandsons etc.
Note. In this chapter, where the words childlessness and issue-lessness are used, they should be interpreted to mean want of male issue, because it is the male issue, who by performing the last rites of his father and mother ensures eternal peace to their souls.
34-50. A person will be without a male issue, as a result of curse of the mother, if at birth Moon, as Lord of the 5th is in her debilitation Rāśi, or is hemmed in between malefics and 4th and 5th are occupied by malefics; Saturn is in 11th, 4th is occupied by malefics and Moon is posited in the 5th in her debilitation Rāśi; Lord of 5th is in 6th, 8th, or 12th, Lord of Lagna in his debilitation Rāśi and Moon is associated with malefics; Lord of 5th is in 8th, 6th, or 12th, Moon in a malefic Navamsa and there are malefics in Lagna and in 5th; Lord of 5th and Moon, associated with Saturn, Rahu and Mars, are in 5th, or 9th; Mars, as Lord of 4th is associated with Saturn and Rahu and 5th and Lagna are occupied by Sun and Moon, respectively; Lords of Lagna and 5th are in 6th, Lord of 4th in 8th and Lagna is occupied by Lord of 8th and 10th; Lagna is occupied by the Lords of 6th and 8th, Lord of 4th is in 12th and Moon and Jupiter, associated with malefics, are in the 5th; Lagna is hemmed in between malefics, waning Moon is in 7th and 4th and 5th are occupied by Rahu and Saturn, respectively; there is exchange of Houses between Lords of 5th and 8th and the Lord of 4th and Moon are in 6th, 8th, or 12th; Cancer Lagna is occupied by Mars and Rahu and Moon and Saturn are in 5th; Mars, Rahu, Sun and Saturn are in Lagna, 5th, 8th and 12th, respectively, and the Lords of Lagna and 4th are in 6th, 8th, or 12th; Mars, Rahu and Jupiter are in 8th and Saturn and Moon are in 5th. For release from this curse and to beget a male issue the person concerned should take bath in the sea with bridge of rocks between India and Sri Lanka, recite one Lakh Gayatri Mantras, give in charity things, connected with evil Planets, feed Brahmins and go round a Pipal tree 1008 times. By performing these remedial measures, he will not only beget a son, the lineage of family will also be prolonged.

51-61. A person will be without a male issue, as result of the curse of the brother, if at birth Lord of 3rd with Rahu and Mars is in 5th and Lords of Lagna and 5th are in 8th; Lagna and 5th are occupied by Mars and Saturn, respectively, the Lord of 3rd is in 9th and Mars, the significator for brothers, is in 8th; Jupiter in his debilitation Rāśi is in 3rd, Saturn in 5th and Moon and Marsare in 8th; Lord of Lagna is in 12th, Mars in 5th and Lord of 5th, associated with a malefic, in 8th; Lagna and the 5th are hemmed in between malefics and the Lord of Lagna and 5th are in 6th, 8th, or 12th; the 3rd is occupied by the Lord of 10th along with a malefic and a benefic is with Mars in 5th; the 5th in a Rāśi of Mercury is occupied by Saturn and Rahu and Mercury and Marsare in 12th; the 3rd is occupied by the Lord of Lagna, the Lord of 3rd occupies the 5th and Lagna, 3rd and 5th are with malefics; Lord of 3rd is in 8th and Jupiter is associated with Saturn in 5th; Lord of 8th is in 5th along with the Lord of 3rd and Mars and Saturn are in 8th.
62-64. The person concerned will, without doubt, get release from the curse, will be blessed with a son and the prolongation of his family lineage will be ensured, if the following remedial measures are adopted. He should observe the Moonyana fast after listening to H6thbansa Puran. He should plant a sapling of Pipal in front of Saligram on the banks of the Caveri river, or on the Ganga, or Mahanadi and offer prayers to it. He should give 10 cows in charity through his wife. He should give in charity land with mango trees, planted on it.
65-68. A person will be without a male issue, as a result of the curse of the maternal uncle, if at birth the 5th is occupied by Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and Rahu and Saturn is in Lagna; the 5th is occupied by the Lords of Lagna and of 5th along with Saturn, Mars and Mercury; Lagna is occupied by a combust Lord of 6th, Saturn is in 7th and Lord of Lagna is associated with Mercury; Lords of Lagna and 4th are in Lagna and Moon, Mercury and Marsare in 5th.
69-70. To get release from the curse and for being blessed with a son and for ensuring the prolongation of the lineage of the family the following remedial measures are to be adopted. Installation of an idol of Lord Vishnu. Construction of a deep, or ordinary well, dam, or reservoir, or all of them.
71-78. If a person, mad with power and wealth, insults a Brahmin, he remains without a male issue in the next birth. A person will be without a male issue, as a result of the curse of a Brahmin, if at birth Rahu is in Jupiter’s Rāśi and Jupiter in 5th; Lord of 9th is in 5th and Lord of 5th in 8th along with Jupiter, Mars and Rahu; Lord of 9th is in his debilitation Rāśi and Lord of 12th, associated with Rahu, is in 5th; Jupiter is in his debilitation Rāśi, Rahu in Lagna, or 5th and Lord of 5th in 6th, 8th, or 12th; Lord of 5th and Jupiter, associated with malefics, are in 8th, or the Lord of 5th, associated with Sun and Moon, is in 8th; Jupiter, being in the Navamsa of Saturn, is associated with Saturn and Mars and the Lord of 5th is in 12th; Jupiter is associated with Saturn in Lagna and Rahu is in 9th, or Rahu is with Jupiter in 12th. These are Yogas, which reveal the curse of Brahmin in the previous birth.
79-81. To obtain relief from the evil effects of the above Yogas the remedial measures are to observe Moonayana fast and to do penance three times and to give in charity a cow and five gems with gold, after feeding Brahmins, according to ones means and giving them presents in cash. Then the person will be released from the curse and will be endowed with happiness.
82-92. A person does not beget a male issue, as a result of the curse of the wife, if at birth Lord of Lagna is in 5th, Saturn in the Navamsa of Lord of 7th and Lord of 5th in 8th; Lord of 7th is in 8th, Lord of 12th in 5th and Jupiter is associated with a malefic; Venus is in 5th, Lord of 7th in 8th and 5th is occupied by a malefic; the 2nd and 5th are occupied by a malefic and Lord of 7th is in 8th; Venus is in 9th, Lord of 7th in 8th and Lagna and 5th are occupied by malefics; Venus is Lord of 9th, Lord of 5th is in an inimical Rāśi and Lord of Lagna and 7th and Jupiter are in 6th, 8th, or 12th; the 5th is Taurus, or Libra, occupied by Sun and Moon and 12th, Lagna and 2nd are occupied by malefics; Saturn and Venus are in 7th, Lord of 8th is in 5th and Lagna is occupied by Sun and Rahu; Marsoccupies 2nd, Jupiter is in 12th and Venus and Rahu are in 5th; Lords of 2nd and 7th are in 8th, Mars and Saturn occupy 5th and Lagna, respectively, and Jupiter is associated with a malefic; Rahu is in Lagna, Saturn in 5th, Mars in 9th and Lords of 5th and 7th are in 8th.
93-94. The person concerned gets release from the curse and is blessed with a son, if he performs the marriage of an unmarried girl, or, if such a girl is not available, a gold idol of the Lakshminarayana, fertile cow, a bed, ornaments and garments to a Brahmin couple.
Notes. According to our view, Virgodana does not mean giving a girl in charity, but helping in the performance of the marriage of an unmarried girl, not his own daughter.
95-105. If the person, whose duty is to do so, does not perform Shraddha of his father, or mother in his previous birth, the departed soul is formed into an evil spirit and he is deprived of a male issue in the next birth. This is revealed by the following Yogas at birth. Saturn and Sun in 5th, waning Moon in 7th and Rahu and Jupiter in 12th; Saturn, as Lord of 5th in 8th, Mars in Lagna and Jupiter in 8th; Malefics are in Lagna, Sun in 12th, Mars, Saturn and Mercury are in 5th and the Lord of 5th is in 8th; Rahu is in Lagna, Saturn in 5th and Jupiter in 8th; Venus, Jupiter and Rahu are in Lagna, associated with Moon and Saturn and the Lord of Lagna are in 8th; Lord of 5th and Jupiter are in their debilitation Rāśis, aspected by debilitated Planets; Saturn is in Lagna, Rahu in 5th, Sun in 8th and Mars in 12th; Lord of 7th is in 6th, 8th, or 12th, Moon is in 5th, Saturn and Gulikaa are in Lagna; Lord of 8th along with Saturn and Venus is in 5th and Jupiter is in his debilitation Rāśi.
106-108. The person concerned gets release from the curse and is blessed with a son, if he undertakes the following remedial measures. Performance of a Pinda Dana, Rudra Abhisheka, giving in charity a gold idol of Brahma, a cow, a vessel, made of silver and a Neelamani, feeding Brahmins and giving them presents in cash.
109-111. If a person is deprived of a male issue, as a result of malevolence of Planets at birth, he will be blessed with a son, if he undertakes the following remedial measures. Worshipping Lord Shiva, if the harm is, as a result of the malevolence of Mercury and Venus; reciting of Santan Gopal Mantra, we6thng and worshipping appropriate Yantra and taking suitable medicines, if the childlessness is a result of the malevolence of Jupiter and Moon; Virgo Dana, if the childlessness is due to malevolence of Rahu; worshipping of Lord Vishnu, if it is due to malevolence of Sun; Rudriya Japa, if it is due to the malevolence of Mars and Saturn. Listening with devotion to H6thbansh Puran removes all kinds of blemishes and blesses the person concerned with a son. 



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EFFECTS OF MOLES, MARKS, SIGNS ETC FOR MEN AND WOMEN

1. Mahārśi Parasara said. O Maitreya! Now I will describe to you the effects of moles, marks, spots and signs, found on the body of women and men.
2-3. A mole, spot, or figure, formed by hair on the left side of a woman and right side of a man is auspicious. If there is mole on the chest of a woman, she will be fortunate. A woman, who has a red mark, like a mole etc., on her right breast, begets many children and she is blessed with all kinds of enjoyments and comforts.
4. The woman, who has a red mark (mole) on her left breast, begets only one son.
5. The woman, who has a mole on her right breast, begets many daughters and sons.
6. There will be gain, or acquisition of a kingdom, if there, as is a red mole etc. on the forehead, or in the middle of (between) the eyebrows. The person will enjoy sweetish preparations, if there is such a mark on the cheeks.
7-10. The woman, who has a red mark (mole etc.) on her nose, becomes consort of a king. If the mark be blackish, the woman concerned becomes an adulteress, or widow. All the marks below the navel are auspicious for both men and women. If there be moles etc. on the ears, cheeks, or neck of a man, his first issue will be male and he will enjoy good fortune and happiness. The man, who has moles etc. in the thighs, suffers misery.
11. The woman, who has the sign of trident on her forehead, becomes a queen. Such a mark on the forehead of a man makes him a king.
12. A right-turned circular hair formation on heart, navel, hands, right part of the back and in the portion between sex organ and navel is auspicious. Left-turned formation is inauspicious.
13-14. Such a hair formation on the waist and private parts proves inauspicious. If such a formation be on the stomach, the woman concerned will become a widow. If it be in the center of the back she will become an adulteress. It will be inauspicious, if it be on the neck, forehead, or center of the head.
15. A man with indications of short life will get his longevity prolonged by marrying a woman with auspicious, or lucky marks/symbols. 



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B.P.H.S. EFFECTS OF CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF PARTS OF WOMANS BODY

1-2. Maitreya said. O Venerable Sage! I have been fully enlightened by the auspicious and inauspicious effects, described by you with reference to the Janm Lagna in a females horoscope. Now I request you to favour me with knowledge of auspicious and inauspicious effects with reference to the characteristic features of the various parts of a womans body. Mahārśi Parasara replied. O Brahmin! Now I will tell you what Lord Shiva narrated to Goddess Parvati in this regard.
3-4. A woman, whose soles are even, smooth, soft, well developed, warm and shining in pink colour, without much perspiration, will be enjoying full happiness, befitting her sex. The one, whose soles are without pink colour, hard, dry, coarse, uneven, shaped, like a winnowing basket and bereft of flesh, will suffer misery.
5-6. The woman, who has marks of conch, Swastika, Chakra, lotus, flag, fish, umbrella and a long line, rising upwards in her soles, becomes a queen and enjoys great happiness and comforts. The one, who possesses marks, like those of snake, rat and crow, is bereft of wealth and suffers misery.
7. The girl, whose nails of toes are shining in pink colour, smooth, raised and round, enjoys great happiness and comforts. Blackish and torn nails denotes misery.
8. Raised, full, well developed, smooth and round great toe indicates happiness. The one, which is small, irregular in shape and flat, denotes misery.
9. The womans toes, which are soft, thick, round and well developed are considered auspicious. If the toes are long, she will be of loose morals. Thin toes indicate poverty.
10-16. Other effects about the toes are, as under. Short – short life. Short and long and irregular in shape – procurer and guileful. Flat – maid-servant. Spaced more than average – bereft of wealth. Toes, overlapping one over the other – widow and dependent on others. If dust is thrown up, when she walks – unchaste and brings defame to all the three families (her fathers, mothers and husbands). If the smallest toe does not touch the ground – she will destroy her husband and marry another; If the middle toe and the one next to it does not touch the ground – widow. First toe (next to great toe) longer than the great toe – she will develop illicit connection with a man before marriage and will be of loose morals.
17. If the back of the feet of a woman is raised, without perspiration, soft and smooth, she will become a queen. If the indications are contrary, she will be poverty-stricken. She will be fond of travelling, if the back part of the feet be veined. Hair on that portion of feet denote, that she will be a maid servant. If the feet be bony, or without flesh, she will have a defective sexual organ.
18. If the heels are even, the woman concerned will have a well formed and desirable sexual organ. If the heels be stout, she will have a defective sexual organ. If the heels be high, she will be unchaste. Long heels indicate misery.
19. Legs (portion below knees). Even, smooth, evenly shaped, round, without hair, good looking and without veins showing up are Rāśis, that the woman will be a queen.
20. Round, smooth, firm knees are auspicious indications. If the knees be bony, the woman concerned will be of loose moral character. If the knees be loose, she will be poverty-stricken.
21. If the thighs are round, like the trunk of an elephant, close to each other, soft and without hair, the woman concerned will be a queen. If the thighs are flat and hairy, she will be poverty-stricken and a widow.
22-23. Waist. Circumference equal to the width of 24 fingers with well developed hips indicate, that the woman will be fortunate. A waist, which is flat, long, without flesh, caved in, or hairy, forebodes widowhood and misery.
24. Raised, fleshy and widespread hips in a woman are auspicious in effects. If they are contrary, they indicate inauspiciousness.
25-27. Sexual organ. Hidden clitoris, pink-coloured, curved, like the back of a tortoise, soft, hairy, shaped, like the leaf of a Pipal tree and smooth is highly auspicious. If shaped, like the feet of a deer, or opening of an oven with hard hair and with raised clitoris, it indicates evil. If the left side of the sexual organ of a woman is raised, she will beget more female children and, if the right side is raised, more boys. If the organ is shaped, like a conch, she will be barren.
28. Portion below the navel. A soft, spread out and slightly raised Vasti is auspicious. Hairy, veins, showing up and full of lines (folds, or wrinkles) indicates inauspiciousness.
29. A navel deep with right turns is productive of good effects. The navel raised, with left turns and with knots is inauspicious.
30-31. A stomach well spread indicates a well formed sexual organ and many sons. If the stomach of a woman resembles that of a frog, her son will become a king. If a woman has a raised stomach she will be childless. If the stomach is wrinkled, she will become an ascetic. If it has circular folds, she will become a maid-servant.
32. If the portion, covering the ribs, is even, well developed and soft, auspicious effects may be expected. It will be inauspicious, if it is raised, hairy and full of veins.
33. The chest of a woman, which is even and hairless is auspicious. Wide spread and hairy chest is inauspicious.
34-36. The breasts of a woman signify good luck, if they are of equal size, fleshy, round and firm, but close together. They are unlucky, if they are thick in front, are not close together and without flesh. Raised right breast indicates, that she will have sons. Raised left breast indicates, that she will have daughters. If the portion, surrounding the nipples, is round, good-looking and blackish, she will enjoy good luck. Pressed in and unusually small breasts indicate bad luck.
37. Shoulders. Even, well built up and without joints showing up are Rāśis of good luck. Raised, hairy and without flesh are unlucky.
38. The armpits, if soft, with thin hair, well developed and smooth are auspicious. Those, which are deep, without flesh, perspiring and with veins, showing up are inauspicious.
39-40. Arms, in which the bones do not show up and which are soft jointed, hairless without obvious veins, straight and round are auspicious. Those without flesh, hairy, small, with obvious veins and irregular in shape are inauspicious.
41. If the thumbs of the woman are shaped, like a lotus bud, they are auspicious. If they are without flesh and irregular in shape, they are inauspicious.
42-43. If the palms of the woman are pink-coloured, raised in the middle, with fingers close together (with no holes between them), soft and have very few lines, she enjoys happiness and all comforts. If the palms are full of lines, she will become a widow. If there are no lines, she will be poverty-stricken. If the veins show up in the palms, she will live on alms.
44. If the backs of the hands of a woman are well built, soft and hairless, she will enjoy auspicious effects. It will be otherwise, if the backs of the hands are with veins, showing up, deep and hairy.

45-47. Lines on the palm. A woman enjoys happiness and all comforts, if there is a clearly marked, pink-coloured, circular, smooth, full and deep line (perhaps line of life is meant). If there is mark of a fish, she will be very lucky. She will be wealthy with mark of Swastika. She will be a queen with mark of a lotus. She will be the mother of a king, if she has marks of conch, umbrella and tortoise.
48-50. The woman, who has lines, forming the shapes of a balance, elephant, bull, or horse, becomes the wife of a businessman. The woman, who has lines, forming the shape of a house, or Vajra is lucky and gives birth to a son, who becomes learned in Shastras. The woman, who has lines, forming the shapes of a chariot, a plough, or a yoke, becomes the wife of a farmer. She will become a queen, if she has lines, forming the shape of Chamar, Ankush, trident, sword, mace, Shakti, or trumpet.
51-52. If in the palm of a woman there is a line, which, starting from the root of the thumb goes up to the root of the little finger, she becomes a widow. If there are lines, forming the shape of a crow, a frog, a jackal, a wolf, a scorpion, a snake, a donkey, a camel and a cat, the woman concerned suffers misery.
53-54. If the fingers of a woman are tender with good-looking phalanges, tapering at the end and without hair, they are considered auspicious. If they are very small, without flesh, irregular, widely spaced, with hair and with more than usual phalanges, or without phalanges, they indicate misery.
55. If the nails of the fingers are pink-coloured, raised and shaped well at the top, they are auspicious. Depressed, dirty-looking, or yellow, or white-coloured nails, or nails with spots are inauspicious.
56. If the back of the woman is fleshy and well developed with flesh, it is auspicious. The back with hair, irregular in built and with veins showing up is inauspicious.
57-58. The neck of a woman with three lines (folds), with bones not obvious, round, well developed and tender is auspicious. A thick necked woman becomes a widow. An irregularly built neck indicates, that the woman concerned will become a maid-servant. Flat necked woman will be barren. A woman with a small neck is childless.
59. A straight, well developed, somewhat raised throat is auspicious. One without flesh, with veins obvious, with hair and irregular in built is inauspicious.
60. Pink-coloured, tender and firm chin is auspicious. A broad chin with hair and clefts is unlucky.
61. Raised, firm and round cheeks are auspitious. The ones, which are hard-skinned, depressed and without flesh are indicative of misfortune.
62. If the mouth of a woman is of normal size, firm, round, emitting fragrance, smooth and good-looking, it is indicative of good luck. If otherwise, it will be inauspicious.
63-65. If the lower lip of a woman is red, like a lotus, smooth, divided in the middle and good looking, she becomes a queen. If it be without flesh, coarse, long, dry and blackish, it is indicative of misery and widowhood. If the upper lip of a woman is pink-coloured, smooth and slightly raised in the middle, it is indicative of happiness and good fortune. If otherwise, it will be inauspicious.
66-67. A woman, whose teeth are smooth, milk white, 32 in number and whose upper and lower teeth, though equal in size, are slightly raised, will be lucky. If lower teeth are more in number, are yellow, or black-coloured, fierce looking, widely spaced and double, they are indicative of misfortune.
68-69. If the tongue of a woman is red and soft, she enjoys great happiness and comforts. Caved in the middle and spread out in front indicates misery. White tongue indicates death in water. Dark tongue indicates quarrelsome nature. Thick tongue denotes poverty. Long tongue denotes one, who is omnivorous. Long and broad tongue denotes lunacy.
70-71. Palate red, like lotus, soft and smooth – good luck, white – widowhood, yellow – ascetism, black – barrenness, dry – large family.
72. When a woman laughs, if her cheeks are raised and teeth are not visible, she will be lucky. If it is otherwise, she will not be lucky.
73-74. If the nose of a woman is evenly round and has small nostrils, it is auspicious. If the nose is thick in its front part and flat in the middle, it is inauspicious. If the tip of the nose is red, or shrunken, widowhood is indicated. Flat nose indicates engagement in a menial job. Too small, or too large nose denotes quarrelsome nature.
75-77. Black pupils with cows milk like white portion of the eye, large and broad, smooth, with black eyelashes are lucky Rāśis. Raised eyes show short life. Round eyes denote loose moral character. Honey-coloured eyes indicate good fortune and happiness. The eyes, like those of a pigeon, indicate wickedness. Eyes, like those of an elephant, indicate misery. If the left eye is blind, adulterous tendency will manifest. Blindness of the right eye indicates barrenness.
78. A woman with soft, black, compact eyelashes with thin hair is fortunate. Eyelashes thick, scattered and with tawny-coloured hair indicate misery.
79. If the eyebrows of a woman are round, shaped, like a bow, smooth, black, not joined and with soft hair, she is blessed with happiness and fame.
80. Ears of a woman long with a round turn indicate children and happiness. Small, unevenly shaped, very thin, with veins, showing up, cause her misery.
81-82. The forehead of a woman without veins, showing through, without hair, shaped, like a half-moon, even, with equal to three fingers are Rāśis of a fortunate woman, blessed with husband and children. Rāśi of Swastika on the forehead denotes a queen. Very long, highly raised and hairy forehead causes misery. 83. Head of a woman high and round, like that of an elephant, is indicative of happiness. A head, which is spread out, flat, big and uneven, indicates misery.
84-85. The hair of a woman are indicative of good fortune. If they are soft, black, long, thin and yellow, they indicate misfortune. But honey-coloured hair of a fair complexioned woman and black hair of a dark complexioned woman are also considered auspicious. Most of the characteristic features, described in this chapter, apply to men also. 



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B.P.H.S. FEMALE HOROSCOPY

1. Maitreya asked. O Sage! You have described the effects of many kinds. Now be kind enough to throw light on Strī Jatak (female horoscopy).
2. Mahārśi Parasara replied. What a good question! Listen to what I am going to tell you about the Rāśi Charts of females. All the effects, that have been described till now in the case of male horoscopies, will apply to females also. Matters, relating to her physical appearance, should be determined from Lagna, those, relating to children, from the 5th House, fortune for the husband from the 7th and death of the husband (widowhood) should be deduced from the 8th. Those effects, which are impossible to ascribe to the female, should be declared to be applicable to her husband.

Brihat Jataka. Of the effects, that have been described till now in the case of male horoscopes and those, that may be found in female horoscopes, suitable to females, should be declared, as applicable to them alone. The rest should be ascribed to their husbands. The death of the husband is to be deduced through the 8th place (from Lagna, or Moon, whichever is stronger). Matters, relating to her appearance, beauty etc., should be determined from Lagna and the Rāśi, occupied by Moon. It is from the 7th place (from Lagna, or Moon), that her welfare (happiness) and the nature of the husband should be ascertained.
Mantreswaras Phaldeepika. Whatever effects are declared for men, they are entirely applicable to women too. The womans prosperity and happiness have to be deduced from the 8th place (from Lagna, or Moon, whichever is stronger). Children should be declared from the 9th House and matters, relating to her appearance, beauty etc., should be determined from Lagna. It is from the 7th place, that her welfare (power of influencing her husband) and the nature of the husband should be ascertained, while her association and chastity should be predicted from an examination of the 4th House. Benefics in those Houses produce good results, while malefics in the above Houses are productive of evil, unless they happen to own the Houses, in which case the effects will be good.
Jatak Parijata. Whatever effects may accrue from the horoscopes of females, applicable only to men, should be ascribed to the husband. The good and evil, affecting their person, should be calculated from Moon and Lagna, whichever of them is stronger. It is from the 7th House from Lagna, or Moon, that all, that is worthy, or unworthy in the husband should be ascertained and the death of the husband is foretold through the 8th. All this should be well weighed by the strength, or weakness of the Planets, benefic and malefic. Before an announcement is made, of Lagna and Moon find, which is stronger. It is with reference to this, that the luck, beauty and strength of the women should be announced. Children and wealth in abundance should be declared through the 9th House there from. Wedded happiness, or otherwise should be gathered from the 8th and husbands fortune from the 7th. Some Jyotishyais opine, that the well-being, or the reverses of the husband can be determined from the 9th.
5. If at the time of birth of a woman Lagna and Moon are in even Rāśis, the woman will be truly feminine in character. She will possess excellent qualities, be of steadfast character, beautiful and physically fit.
6. If Lagna and Moon are in odd Rāśis, she will be masculine in form and masculine in be6thng and, if they be associated with, or aspected by malefics, she will be devoid of good qualities and be sinful.
7. If amongst Lagna and Moon one be in an even Rāśi and the other be in an odd one, the woman concerned should be declared to partake the characteristics of both male and female. The qualities of Lagna, or Moon will be more predominant, according to their strength.
8. O Brahmin! The effects in respect of women would particularly depend on the Rāśi and Trimsams of Lagna, or Moon, whichever is stronger.
9-16. When Lagna, or Moon is in a Rāśi, belonging to Mars, the woman, born in a Trimsams of Mars, will have illicit relations with a man before marriage. If she be born in Trimsams of Venus, she will become unchaste after marriage; if of Mercury, she will be full of guile and adept in conjuration; if the Trimsams be of Jupiter, she will be worthy and virtuous; she will be menial, or slave, if birth be in a Trimsams of Saturn. … in a Rāśi, owned by Mercury, the female, born in a Trimsams of Mars, will be full of guile, will be a hard-worker; if the Trimsams be of Venus, will be possessed of good qualities; if of Mercury, will be of the nature of hermaphrodite; if of Jupiter, will be chaste. In a Rāśi, owned by Venus, a female, born in a Trimsams of Mars, will be deprived; if the Trimsams be of Venus, will be well known and possessed of excellent qualities; if of Mercury, will be skilled in all arts; she will be endowed with all good qualities, if born in a Trimsams of Jupiter; she will remarry, if born in a Trimsams of Saturn. When Lagna, or Moon happens to be in a Rāśi, owned by Moon and the Trimsams of birth is owned by Mars, the female born will be self-willed and uncontrolled; she will be unchaste and of loose character, if born in a Trimsams of Venus; will be skilled in arts and handiwork, if of Mercury; will be gifted with all excellent qualities, if of Jupiter; will become a widow, if of Saturn. …, owned by Sun and the Trimsams of birth be owned by Mars, the female born will be very talkative; she will be virtuous, if born in a Trimsams of Venus; will bear masculine features, if of Mercury; will be chaste and virtuous, if of Jupiter; will be unchaste, if of Saturn. When the rising Rāśi, or the Rāśi, occupied by Moon, is owned by Jupiter, the female, born in a Trimsams of Mars, will be endowed with many good qualities; she will be Punschali, if born in a Trimsams of Venus; will be well versed in many sciences, if of Mercury; will be endowed with all good qualities, if of Jupiter; will not indulge much in sexual intercourse, if of Saturn. When Lagna, or the Rāśi, occupied by Moon, belongs to Saturn, the female, born in a Trimsams of Mars, will be a maid-servant; she will be learned (barren, according to Brihat Jatak), if born in a Trimsams of Venus; will be cruel and immoral, if of Mercury; will be devoted to her husband, if of Jupiter; will be unchaste (addicted to men of low caste, according to Brihat Jatak), if of Saturn.
17-21. If the 7th House be without a Planet (without strength) and without benefic aspect, the female born will have a coward and contemptible wretch for her husband. When the 7th House is a moveable Rāśi, the husband will always be away from home. If Mercury and Saturn be in the 7th House, the husband of the woman concerned will be impotent. If Sun occupies the 7th House, the woman concerned is abandoned by her husband. If Mars be in the 7th, the female concerned becomes a widow in her childhood. If Saturn be in the 7th, she lives to an old age, remaining unmarried. If there be a malefic, she becomes a widow, while young. If there be a benefic in the 7th, the female born will enjoy marital happiness and will be chaste. If there be both benefics and malefics in the 7th, both benefic and evil effects will be experienced. If Mars be in the Navams of Venus and Venus be in the Navams of Mars, the female concerned will have illicit relations with other men. If in this Yoga Moon be in the 7th, the female concerned enters into illicit connections at the instance of her husband.
 

Brihat Parashara Hora Sashtra by Rishi Parashara

22-25. If at womans birth the 7th House, or the setting Navams be that of Mars, the husband will be fond of other women and will be of an irascible temper. If it be a Rāśi, or Navams of Mercury, her husband will be very learned and clever. If it be a Rāśi, or Navams of Jupiter, the husband of the woman concerned will be of great merit and will have passions under his control. If it be a Rāśi, or Navams of Venus, her husband will be fortunate, very good-looking and liked by women. If the Rāśi, or Navams belongs to Saturn, her husband will be an old man and a fool. If the Rāśi, or Navams be Leo, her husband will be exceedingly soft in his disposition and will be very hard-working. If the 7th House, or the setting Navams be a Rāśi, owned by Moon, the husband of the woman will be love-sick and gentle. If there be different Rāśis and Navamsas in the 7th, the effects will be of a mixed nature. The effects of the Rāśis and Navamsas will depend on their strength.
26-29. If in a females horoscope Sun be in the 8th, the native will be unhappy, poverty-stricken, of deformed limbs and without faith in religion. If Moon be in the 8th, the woman concerned will be of a defective vagina, will have ugly breasts, with sinister eyes, without robes, or ornaments, sickly and will be defamed in the society. If Mars, the native will be of weak constitution, sickly, widow, ugly-looking and full of sorrows and agonies. If Mercury, she will be without faith in religion, timid, devoid of wealth, self-respect and good qualities and she will be quarrelsome.
30-33. If in a females horoscope Jupiter be in the 8th, the woman concerned will be shameless and without virtue, will have few children, fatty hands and feet, will be abandoned by her husband and be gluttonous. If Venus be in the 8th, she will be fond of pleasures, devoid of sympathy, religion, wealth, will be dirty and deceptive. If Saturn, the woman concerned will be of wicked disposition, dirty, deceptive and devoid of conjugal harmony. If Rahu, she will be ugly, without m6thtal happiness, cruel-hearted, sickly and unchaste.
34. The woman will be barren, if in her Rāśi Kundali Moon and Venus be associated with Saturn, or Mars and the 5th House be occupied, or aspected by a malefic.
35. If the 7th be in the Navams of Mars, the vagina will be diseased. If the 7th be the Navams of a benefic, she will have a well formed female organ and will be beloved by her husband.
36. If Gemini, or Virgo Lagna in a females horoscope is occupied by Venus and Moon, the woman concerned lives happily and is equipped with all kinds of comforts in her fathers house.
37. If Moon, Mercury and Venus be in Lagna, the woman concerned is endowed with many good qualities and happiness. If Jupiter be in Lagna, she is happy, wealthy and has children.
38. If the 8th House be Leo, or Cancer and Sun and Moon be both placed there, the woman concerned will be barren. If the 8th be Gemini, Virgo, or Cancer and Mercury and Moon be posited there, the female native will have only one child.
39. The woman concerned will be definitely barren, if Lagna be Aries, Scorpio, Capricorn, or Aquarius and Moon and Venus be posited there, aspected by malefics.
40. The woman concerned will give birth to an already dead child, if the 7th be occupied by Rahu and Sun, or Jupiter and Rahu be in the 8th and the 5th be occupied by malefics.
41. The woman concerned will not be able to conceive, if Jupiter and Venus be associated with Mars in the 8th, or Mars be with Saturn in the 8th.
42. The woman concerned becomes a destructor of her husbands family and her fathers family, if at her birth Moon and Lagna be subjected to Papa Kart6th Yoga (direct malefics in 12th and retrograde malefics in 2nd).
43. The woman, whose birth takes place under the following conditions, is named, as Visha Virgo. Day of birth Sunday, Nakshatra Aslesha, 2nd Tithi; Saturday, Krittika, 7th Tithi; Tuesday, Satabhisha, 12th Tithi.
44. The woman will be Visha Virgo, if at birth Lagna be occupied by a malefic and a benefic and two Planets be in inimical Rāśis.
45. Visha Virgo gives birth to a child already dead. She has a defective generative organ and is bereft of robes, ornaments etc.
46. The evil effects of Visha Virgo are destroyed, if the Lord of the 7th is a benefic, or a benefic Planet be in the 7th from Lagna, or Moon.
47. The woman born becomes a widow, if Mars be in the 12th, 4th, 7th, or 8th from Lagna, without aspect by, or association with any benefic.
48-49. The Yoga, which causes the woman to become widow also causes a male native to become a widower. If the man and woman, possessing this Yoga, join in wedlock, the Yoga ceases to have any effect.
50-51. If at a womans birth the rising Rāśi be that of Venus and the rising Navams be of Saturn (Aquarius, according to Brihat Jatak) and, if Venus and Saturn aspect each other, or are occupying each others Navams, she will be afflicted with too much lust and will allay her fire of passion with the help of other females, acting the part of a male.
52. When Jupiter, Mars, Mercury and Venus are strong and, when the rising Rāśi is an even one, the woman born will be learned in Shastras and an expounder of the Vedanta Philosophy.
53. When a malefic Planet is in the 7th and some Planet in the 8th, the woman concerned will become an ascetic.
54. The woman dies before her husband, when in her nativity there is a benefic in the 8th, without aspect by, or association with a malefic.
55. If at the birth of a woman there are equal number of benefics and malefics and they possess the same strength, she without doubt will leave for her heavenly abode along with her husband.



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