“The Dharma” – written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

“The Dharma” – an article written by Vishal Aksh




“Knowledge Comes From Learning and Wisdom Comes From Living” – An Immature Statement Made By An Astrologer which I saw in Facebook News Feed on August 1, 2017

“Knowledge Comes From Tapa and Learning Comes From Practicing” – A Valid Vedic (Puranic) Statement.


Several years before an intellectual told me when Knowledge is made transferable it becomes Vidya




“Understanding Dharma” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

(1) it is very shocking that we all Hindus who once gave Dharma to this Globe do not understand it at present. For your awakening here are few points written in forthcoming paragraphs concerning the Dharma:

(2) The very meaning of Dharma indicates Satya, Vaishnava, Sanatana or Hindu.

(3) Shaivas, Vaishnava (in present form), Saura and Shakta are Sampradaya or somewhat school of thoughts and they are not meant for a common man as they are for experts only. The joining of various Sampraday and so called Sampraday by common men resulted in the formation of different societies and the ignorance of folks deviates the mankind from the concept of Vasudevkutumbakam (The entire earth is one family)

(4) Whereas Dharma unites the mankind.

(5) The Dharma has two major classifications

(i) Lokik: It includes all the rituals connected from birth to death. It strengthens one’s moral and social characters on the basis of truth.

(ii) Alokik: It includes all the Vedic spiritual practices such as Japa, Tapa and Yoga etc to attain Moksha and to make the roads for superior worlds after the finish of one’s role in this Mritu Loka (The earth)

(iii) It is highly essential to understand the Dharma and ignoring Sampraday.




“What Does The Dharma Teach Us All?” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

(1) Dharma gives you the way and spiritual insights to build your realistic image and impart you the position of trust provided you have seriously followed it. Sampredayavaad in modern times removes the inventive and godly thoughts from your mind and creates the figure of head of Sampradaay in your mind and with the passage of time that figure controls your mind and souls.

(2) The divine concept of Guru is followed in the learning period such as Sadhana, Education and like but Dharma never allows the entrance of Guru, Sadhu or similar person in your family and social life.

(3) Students of Jyotish know that Jupiter & Venus are two Guru and in female’s horoscope Jupiter signifies her husband and in male’s horoscope Venus signifies his wife. Out of Jupiter and Venus the Jupiter is the true Guru so the husband of a female is her true Guru and she does not require any Guru. In Shiva Purana it is written that without the permission of her husband a lady should not worship Shiva the Parmatma. In case of man his wife acts as his best guide and in confusing situations it is better for a man to take advice of his wife and this the second Guru Venus (Shukra) reflects.

(4) Nowadays the people have forgotten the real concept of Guru on account of this spreading Saampradayavaad. I am trying here to tell you the very concept of Guru as described in Dharma but before that keep in mind a common man with Dharmic and Karmic approaches leading a simple and meaningful family life is many times greater than a Sadhu, Mahent or head of Sampradaaya.

(5) A well qualified person who performs the Upnayan Sanskaar of his disciple and teaches his disciple about Rahasya (Yagya, Vidya & Upnishida), Kalpa and Vedas is known as Aacharya. You can see all the so called Aacharya do not have this qualification.

(6) A well qualified person teaches his disciple a part of Veda or Vedanga for his livelihood is known as Upadhyaya.

(7) A well qualified person under whose guidance all the Shodash Sanskaara are to be performed is called Guru

(8) A well qualified person who performs Agnishtom, Agnihotra and Pakyagyaadi Karma is known as Ritiwik.

(9) A well qualified person who is well versed in 18 Purana, Ramayana, Vishnu Dharma (Dharma when viewed from Vishnu philosophy), Shiva Dharma (Dharma when viewed from Shiva philosophy), Mahabharata and Shroota and Smarta is known as Mahaguru. Merely the expertise in Bhagwata or Shiva Purana cannot make a person Mahaguru. A learned person heading any Sampradaya cannot be a Guru. The Guru is above all the Sampradaya. That Guru should be able to give Shaiv Mantra and Vaishnav mantra whichever fit on his disciple as per that Guru.

(10) In Veda there is a great Mantra:


ॐ अग्ने! व्रतपते! व्रतं चरिष्यामि, तच्छकेयं तन्मे राध्यताम्।


[Om Agne! Vratpate! Vratam Charishayami, Tachchekayaam Tanme Raadhytaam



Translation in English: “O Agini (Here Parmatma not simple Fire) you are the lord of all the Vrataas like Ahinsa, Satyaaacharan and following Dharma in a practical way in your divine presence I take the oath to follow the Dharma please bless me to do all such Vrataas and make me capable for them. Right from now I keep myself away from evil thinking, bad acts or any form of bad act by accepting divine thoughts, good conduct and living of a truthful life.”

(11) The Vedic Mantra clearly indicates that there is no difference between Dharma and Satya. As I have said in one of the article written by me that the Dharma is also known as Satya, Vaishneva, Sanatan or Hindu.

(12) Everyone should leave Sampradaayavaad and follow the Dharma to unite world and to save mankind.


Written by

Vishal Aksh






Useful Links of concerning the aforesaid Article written by me:-

  1. “The Dharma”: The aforesaid complete Article written by me is also available on my Blog. Follow link: http://horoanalysis.blogspot.com/2018/06/the-dharma.html to view it there.


  1. Preface: This Article written by me on August 1, 2017 was published on the timeline of my Facebook on August 1, 2017 at 11:53 (IST). Follow link: https://www.facebook.com/vishal.aksh.7/posts/819427748235058 to view it there


  1. “Understanding Dharma”: This Article written by me on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 02:07 (IST) was first published on the timeline of my Facebook on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 02:09 (IST). Follow link: https://www.facebook.com/vishal.aksh.7/posts/837178986459934 to view it there


  1. “What Does The Dharma Teach Us All?”: This article written by me on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 22:30 (IST) was first published on the timeline of my Facebook on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 22:39 (IST). Follow link: https://www.facebook.com/vishal.aksh.7/posts/850501581794341 to view it there

“Four Vedic Aashrama of Life & Their Significances as per Vedic Jyotish” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

“Four Vedic Aashrama of Life & Their Significances as per Vedic Jyotish” – an article written by Vishal Aksh


(1) The Sanskrit and Hindi word Brahamchrya is the first Ashrama among the four great Ashramas of Sanatan Verdic Hindu way of living life as described in Vedas. The four great Ashramas of life as described in Vedas are (1) Brahamcharya Ashrama approximately up to first 25 yeras of human life, (2) Grastha Asharama (within about 25 to 50 years of human life), (3) Vaanaprastha Ashrama within about 50 to 75 years of life) and (4) Sanyaas Ashrama (Within about 75 to 100 years of human life.

(2) With the advent of time from Vedic era onwards the definitions of this word Brhamcharya were put to several other possible forms even in ancient Vedic texts too and nowadays several schools of thought on Vedas, Puranas and Upnishadas sing their own songs about this. So giving combination of planets about Brahamcharya is a tough job and makes no sense.

(3) Since Jyotish has its roots in Vedas so the Vedic definition about Brhamcharya can be indicated by Planets easily.

(4) In Vedic era the Brhamcharya Ashram the first 24 years of human life in which one uses to complete his education in a Gurukula.

(i) In English too there is a word Bachelor very near to Sanskrit and Hindi word Brahamchaari both in meaning and pronunciation (Somewhat near).

(ii) Nowadays at academic ground a Bachelor degree is awarded to every student generally up to the age of 21 years or so. This indicates the ancient Vedic influence on the now existing word.

(5) Check in a horoscope the combination of education operating up to 25 years of one’s life in Siddhansh Chart (D24) and in main chart.

(i) If Vedic Ayurdaay is taken then it is of 96 years as total term + 4 more years = 100 years. To understand its reason just read the Article: “Ayu (Longevity) As Per Vedic Jyotish” – an article written by me. Follow link: http://horoanalysis.blogspot.com/2018/04/ayu-longevity-as-per-vedic-jyotish.html to view that Article. As per Vedic Jyotish the first phase of life operating up to 24 years is Brahamchrya Aasharma.

(ii) Vedic Jyotish is based on Geocentric System. Earth is supposed to be at Centre and next to it is Moon followed by Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter & Saturn. In short Moon is very near to earth and Saturn is the most distant Planet from the earth.

(iii) At birth the first influence anyone has is the influence of his birth place represented by his Ascendant or Lagna so (1) Ascendant (Lagna), (2) Moon, (3) Mercury, (4) Venus, (5) Sun, (6) Mars, (7) Jupiter & (8) Saturn influence a person following the Geocentric System.

(iv) If Vedic Age 96 years as per Jyotish is taken then (1) Ascendant (Lagna), (2) Moon, (3) Mercury, (4) Venus, (5) Sun, (6) Mars, (7) Jupiter & (8) Saturn give their good, bad and natural effect in 96 years of one’s life.

(v) If 96 years is divided by 8 then the part of one’s life contributed by each planet including Ascendant will be:

96 ÷ 8 = 12 Years

Hence Vedic Ayurdaay of 96 Years as per Vedic Jyotish contributed by 12 years by each and every planets including Ascendant (Lagna).

(vi) I am giving below the probable years influencing the Vedic Aayurdaaya by each and every planets including Ascendant (Lagna) as per my understanding of Vedic Jyotish.

  1. From birth to first 12 years: The Part Of Ascendant (Lagna)
  2. From 12 years to 24 years: Part Of Moon
  3. From 24 years to 36 years: Part Of Mercury
  4. From 36 years to 48 years: Part Of Venus
  5. From 48 years to 60 years: Part Of Sun
  6. From 60 years to 72 years: Part Of Mars
  7. From 72 years to 84 years: Part Of Jupiter
  8. From 84 years to 96 years: Part Of Saturn.

(vii) Each of the four Vedic Ashrama of life comes under the influence of geocentrically arranged two Planets as:

  1. Brahamcharya Ashrama: It extends from one’s birth to 24 years and Ascendant (Lagna) and Moon contributes 12 years each.

1.1. Lagna & Moon is the two Lagna out of three Lagna of Sudarshana Chakra. Lagna represents Physical developments and Moon represents the Mental developments with the effect of these two one gets physical and mental developments from birth to 24 years in positive or negative sides depending on the position of them and that occurs in Brahamcharya Ashrama.

1.2. As per Vedic Purana, Budh (Mercury) is the son of Moon and it appears in Brahamcharya Ashrama of life in the form of academic attainments.

1.3. It should be noted that Buddhi (Intelligence) represented by Budh (Mercury) appears from Mana (Mind) represented by Chandrma (Moon) and that is why in Vedic Purana Budh (Mercury) is said to be the son of Chanderma (Moon).

1.4. The mental developments in Brahamcharya Ashrama need to be guided so the role of Guru in the form of Teacher, lecturer and Professor becomes prominent.

(6) Since there are two Guru as per Vedic Jyotish and they are Jupiter and Venus so up to first 24 years of human life these two should be dignified in Siddhansh Chart (D24) and in Bhansh Chart (D27).

(i) Mercury represents Vishnu and its influence on Brahamcharya Ashrama also becomes a reason for the coming of his consort Laxmi represented by Venus as a result the formation of Shukranu (semen) in human body also starts occurring in Brahamcharya Ashrama.

(ii) Venus should be well placed in Bhansh Chart (D27) and should be free from the influences of Rahu, Ketu, Saturn, Mars, Gulika or Maandi only then one will be able to protect his Shukranu (semen) from wastages.

(iii) In human body Shukranu (semen) are ruled by Shukra or Venus thus well protected Shukra or Venus in this way enhances the creative intelligence.

(iv) Navansh Chart should also be considered in this context. That horoscope should be freed from any immoral combination. Bhansh Chart represents instinct, strength and weakness so planets forming Vidya yoga in main Chart and Siddhansh Chart should be well disposed in Bhansh Chart (D27) for a good Brahamcharya Ashrama.

(7) Grastha Asharama: This ranges from 24 years to 48 years and this is influenced by Mercury and Venus.

  1. As per Vedic Purana the Mercury is ruled by Vishnu the protector so within this period one starts earnings. In Dashmansh Chart (D10) the Mercury should be well placed for a good career in this Grastha Asharama.
  2. Venus ruled by Laxmi the consort of Vishnu opens the ground for a person to select his life partner. Venus should be well posited in Navansh Chart in the horoscope of a man for his happy married life.
  3. Mercury representing Vishnu and his consort Laxmi represented by Venus motivate wedded couple to produce their child / children in Grastha Asharama.

(8) Vaanaprastha Ashrama: This ranges from 48 years to 72 years. The meaning of Vaanaprastha is going to Jungle. The great Vedic rishi expect wedded couple to leave their homes to do social services or even moving to jungle to make themselves fit and independent.

(i) This Vaanaprastha Ashrama is influenced by Sun and Mars the combination of two malefic Planets. With its impact the father and grandfather represented by Sun under the influence of Mars stop their roles on this earth and the person himself becomes the head of his family.

(ii) The two energetic Planets Sun & Mars influence this Vaanaprastha Ashrama of life and with this effect the person gets name & fame and respect.

(iii) Within this Vaanaprastha Ashrama influence by Sun his son Saturn starts appearing and this result in making his body lean on account of Vaataprokoopa (Windy disturbances). The feeling of Virakti starts and gradually his inclination towards spiritualism starts increasing.

(9) Sanyaas Ashrama: This ranges from 72 years to 96 years and influence by Jupiter and Saturn. The attainment of Gyana (true knowledge) represented by Guru (Jupiter) and Vairagya represented by Shani (Saturn). The person tries to reach at a point known as Mokasha represented by Ketu.

(i) Saturn & Ketu should be well disposed in Bhansh Chart (D27) to give a person a good inner strength to pass this Sanyaas Ashrama successfully. This is Saturn’s effect.

(ii) This is a totally detached life and person having spiritual instincts lead this life and this is Jupiter’s effect. Jupiter too should be well disposed in Bhansh Chart (D27).


Written on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 16:39 (IST) by

Vishal Aksh   






(Points (1), (2), (3) & (4) in the aforesaid Article written by me also exists in comments written by me on Sunday, August 2, 2016 at 16:59 (IST) in the comments section of the Article: Views & Reviews written by me in my Facebook Public Group. Follow link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/258744764307717/permalink/382132315302294/?comment_id=458410687674456&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R%22%7D  to view them there.)

“108 – The Ultimate Vedic Number” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

“108 – The Ultimate Vedic Number” – an article written by Vishal Aksh


(1) Have you ever thought why there are 108 beads in a Mala used to recite Vedic Mantra? In its reply several logics appear in a common man’s mind several of them are given below:

(i) There are Navadurga (Nine Durga) and Dwadash Jyotirlings (Twelve Shivalinga) so 9 × 12 = 108

(ii) There are 108 Upanishada in Vedic literature

(iii) In Vedic literature there are 108 names of most of the Devta and Devi beside 1008 names of them.

(1.1) Now I am giving the logic behind it which can be the opinion of anyone Astrologer which are as follows:

(i) There are Twelve Zodiacal Signs and Nine Navansh so so in entire Zodiac the total number of Navansh become: 12 × 9 = 108

(ii) There are Twenty Seven Nakshatras and each Nakshtra has four Chranas so total number of Charana becomes: 27 × 4 = 108.

(2) Mahakavi Kalidas in his Uttrakalamitra gave a rule to calculate the rising sign on the basis of numbers in which a number is asked by an astrologer to his client within 1 to 108.

(2.1) For example if you are an Astrologer and two clients ask same query in same time, same day, same month and same year so and you predict same results for them but after some time you got feedback from them and find one got success and other got failure. In that case the number system given by Kavi Kalidas solves this.

(2.2) Ask your clients the number between 1 to 108 secretly. If one client gives 107 and the second one gives 11 then you can calculate rising signs on the basis of numbers. For the benefits of you all I am writing the procedure below in forthcoming paragraphs:

(i) No: 107

Divide this Number by 9 the Quotient +1 represents the Rising sign and remainder represent the number of Navansh.

Or 107 ÷ 9, Quotient = 11 and Remainder = 8

So Rising Sign = Quotient +1 = 11+1 = 12 or Meen Lagna (Sidereal Pisces Ascendant)

And No of Navansh = 8th

Hence the Lagna (Rising Sign) of your one client is Meen (Sidereal Pisces) starting with 8th Navansh or Meen 23⁰ 20’ 00” as 8th Navansh ranges from 23⁰ 20’ 00” to 26⁰ 40’ 00” 

(ii) No: 11

11 ÷ 9, Quotient = 1 and Remainder = 2

Rising Sign = Quotient + 1 = 1+1 = 2 or Vrish Lagna (Sidereal Taurus)

Navansh = 2nd which ranges from 03⁰ 20’ 00” to 06⁰ 40’ 00”

Hence the Lagna for your second client will be Vrish 03⁰ 20’ 00”

(2.3) Now you get different Lagna for your clients asking same query in same time. Astrologers should pay their serious attentions on this method of calculating the Lagna.

(2.4) I am also giving below the several important tips for Astrologers in forthcoming paragrapha (i), (ii) and (iii) and those are based on my experience of more than 28 years in the field of Vedic Jyotish and also researches conducted by me:

(i) The calculated Lagna (Rising Sign) on the basis of Number (From 1 to 108) may be same as the birth Lagna of your client or may not be.

(ii) The calculated Lagna (Rising Sign) on the basis of Number (From 1 to 108) always has the influence of your client’s Prarabdha indicated by his Horoscope.

(iii) The calculated Lagna (Rising Sign) on the basis of Number (From 1 to 108) also has the influence of the Planets at the time of its rising on the day when your client approached you.

(3) In year 1983 when I was just 16 years old, I started to predict about my friends and other known person on the basis of Numerology (Modern) and that continued up to year 1988 but it was in year 1989 when I left modern Numerology and accepted Vedic Jyotish for predictive purpose.

(3.1) Modern Numerology recommends the use of modern era and English Alphabets and lacks the Vedic basis. It was not found in agreement with Vedic Jyotish. After some time I found in an ancient Jyotish text the several Sanskrit Shloka dealting with Vedic Numerology. The numbers allotted to various Planets in Vedic Numerology were different from Modern Numerology except Sun and Jupiter. For the benefits of all of you I am giving the Numbers allotted to various Planets as per Vedic Jyotish below:

(i) Sun: 1

(ii) Moon: 7

(iii) Mars: 2

(iv) Mercury: 4

(v) Jupiter: 3

(vi) Venus: 5

(vii) Saturn: 6

(viii) Rahu: 8

(ix) Ketu: 9

(3.2) For all the applied purposes Ketu (No: 9) finds no place in Vedic Numerology for predictive purposes.

(3.3) Number: 0. As per Vedic Puranas 0 or Shoonya (Cipher) is the Vyoma (Sky)

(4) In Vedic Number: 108

(i) Left hand digit 1 is ruled by Sun indicates the Aatma

(ii) Middle digit 0 indicates the Shoonya or Vyooma

(iii) The right hand digit 8 ruled by Rahu indicates the upper limit of Shivalinga.

(5) It was much before the Vedic creation when there was a grapple between Vishnu and Bhrama regarding their superiorities and a Shivalinga appeared with no visible beginning and end points.

(5.1) The Parmatma asked Vishnu to see the beginning of that Shivalinga and Bhrama to see its end. No one between both of them saw the starting and end points of that Shivalinga even after their best efforts.

(5.2) As per Shrishivmahapurana that Shivalinga was extended up to Ardra Nakshtra

(5.3) As per Vedic Jyotish Ardra Nakshatra is ruled by Rahu and its Vedic Devta is Shiva the Parmatma.

(5.4) You see in the Photo of Shiva wearing the garland of Snake (Rahu the extreme limit of this Bhramanda as per Shiva Purana) in his neck and his Mouth is above the Snake indicating Parmatma is above the Bhrmanda and he is viewing all the Karma performed by each and every creature.

(6) The Aatma indicated by No: 1 always tries to meet Parmatma above the extreme limit of the Bhramanda represented by No: 8 and in doing so Aatma is to cross the Shoonya sepreating the Aatma and Parmatma.

(7) No: 108 when Their digits are added: 1 + 0 + 8 = 9 and this is the Number ruled by Ketu and it indicates the reaching of Aatma to the extreme limit of Bhrmanda.

(8) There is no difference between Shiva and Shakti (Parvati). There are nine types of Shakti (Parvati or Durga) and this is given below:

(8.1) (1) Shailputri

(8.2) (2) Bhramcharni

(8.3) (3) Chanderghanta

(8.4) (4) Kushmanda

(8.5) (5) Skandamata

(8.6) (6) Katyaani

(8.7) (7) Kaalratri

(8.9) (8) Mahagauri

(8.10) (9) Siddhidatri

(9) The total of digits of Vedic Number 108 comes out to be 9 as explained earlier. The number 9 comes under the lordship of Siddhidatri which indicates success of Aatma in merging into Parmatma.

(10) The Vedic Numerology has a concrete base and it relates Numbers with Jyotish.



Written on Friday, June 8, 2018 at 11:26 (IST) by

Vishal Aksh

“The Consideration Of Sahamas (Saddmas) As Special Lagna” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

“The Consideration Of Sahamas (Saddmas) As Special Lagna” – an article written by Vishal Aksh


(1) It was perhaps in year 1991 when I paid my serious attentions to understand the inner meaning of Tajikneelkanthi the rare book on Vedic Jyotish based on annual horoscopy then I found a very new concept of Sahams or Saddmas in that book.

(2) To know a particular prospect a Saham was marked in Tajikneelkanthi. Such as to know the Punney in any forthcoming year the serious judgment of Punney Saham was advocated similarly the Saham of Vidya (or Guru), Roga, Maandya, Kali (Strife), Shradha (Devotion and Saatvik intellect), Mritu (Death) and as such fifty Sahams were advocated to judge in annual horoscopes and natal horoscopes. Not a single author or astrologer the then existing was found making use of those Saham effectively. There were several at that time opining that some of the Sahams of Taajikneelkanthi was impractical in approaches and that unsatisfied me at that time.

(2.1) Then I found that the concept of those Saham also exists in Western Astrology and westerns hailed it from Greek, Arabic and Egyptian sources. In ancient Greek Astrology these Sahamas were known as Lots as Vidya Saham of Vedic Taajik Jyotish was known as Lot of Spirit in Greek Astrology. Several Saham found in Taajik Neelkanthi were also found to be existed in Western Astrology in some form or the other.

(3) I also found that the moral values of several Saham were based on Vedic concepts but it was puzzling me at that time that the mathematical process to calculate the time of fructification of any Saham given in Tajik Neelkanthi was not workable to its practical value. I also found that Dasha are useful to time the events relating to Sahamas. Here the term Dasha includes Vinshottri, Ashtottri, Yogini, Kaalchakra, Sandhya and other Dasha too.

(4) Continuous researches conducted by me on the validity of Sahamas (Saddmas) convinced me that Natal Sahamas (or Natal Saddmas) are more important than Annual Sahama (Annual Saddmas) and the concepts of Sahamas (or Saddmas) must be applied to Horary Horoscopes.

(5) Whenever I used to calculate Punney Saham (or Punney Saddam) by Formula: [(Moon – Sun) + Ascendant] for day births or [(Sun – Moon) + Ascendant] for night births I always noticed that all the three Lagna such as Janamlagna, Chanderlagna and Suryalagna were taken into consideration while calculating this Saham and a question always came into my mind about the consideration of Sahamas as special Lagnas and if they were treated as special Lagna then their Divisional Lagna in Shodasvarga and in other vargas could also be calculated in the same manner as that of Lagna. I never ever developed any technique beyond the approaches of classical theories of Vedic Jyotish. Here I would like to narrate that every technique developed by me to judge and predict any horoscope has recommendations of classical theories of Vedic Jyotish. Every astrologer should understand this properly.

(6) In that context I found a Shloka given in Tajikneelkanthi and that is as follows:

पुण्यसद्मेश्वरः पुण्यसहमादष्टगो यदा।
सूत्यष्टमेश पुण्यस्थो मृतिदः पापदृग्युतः॥१८॥

[Punneysadmeshswarah Punneysahmaadshtgo Yadaa!

Sutyashtmesh Punneystho Mritidah Paapdrigyutah !!18!!]

(6.1) For the benefits of all the learners, researchers and experts of Vedic Jyotish I am providing the translation of the aforesaid Sanskrit Shloka and that is as follows:

(6.2) पुण्यसद्मेश्वरः = Punnenya Saddmeshwara = The lord of Punney Saddam or Punney Saham

(6.3) पुण्यसहमादष्टगो = Punneyshamaadashgo = Eighth from Punney Saham

(6.4) यदा = Yadaa = When

(6.5) सूत्यष्टमेश = Sutyshtmesh = The lord of eight house from birth

(6.6) पुण्यस्थो = Punneyshtho =Resides in Punney Saham

(6.7) मृतिदः =Mritidah =Death giver (results in death)

(6.8) पापदृग्युतः = Paapdrigyutah = Conjoined with natural malefic Planets and aspected by natural malefic Planets.

(6.5) The meaning of Shloka becomes: Whenever the lord of Punney Saham occupies 8th house from Punney Saham (the meaning of the very first line of the Sanskrit Shloka) or if the lord of 8th of natal horoscope occupies Punney Sahama in annual horoscope and there it comes in conjunction with natural malefic Planets and under the aspects of natural malefic Planets then such Yoga results in death.

(7) In the Sanskrit Shloka given under (6) and as translated by me under (6.5) it was then understood by me clearly that here Punney Saham (Punney Saddam) is taken as reference point like Lagna, Aroodh Lagna or any such Lagna and placement of Planet (Lord of punney Saham or lord of 8th of natal horoscope occupying Punney Saham in this case) is considered with reference of Punney Saham and it was great finding for me. In Tajikneelkanthi Punney Saham was directed to consider it Like Lagna and if it was so then there was no harm in the consideration of it in Divisional Chart or Shodashvarga as reference Lagna.

(8) In Taajikneelkanthi the Punney Saham appears to be king of all the Sahamas so every Saham can be treated as special Lagna in Rashi Chart and in Shodashvarga and other Vargas too.

Written by
Vishal Aksh




(The aforesaid article written by me on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 16:47 (IST) was first published in my Facebook public group on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 16:54 (IST). Follow link:https://www.facebook.com/groups/258744764307717/permalink/758719430976912/ to view it there).

“Heavy Raining & Cloudbursts” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

Heavy Raining & Cloudbursts Exist In The Astrological Predictions Given By Vishal Aksh


(1) It was on Friday, April 13, 2018 when I published an: “Future Prospects Within May 2, 2018To Nov. 6, 2018” – astrological predictions by Vishal Aksh on my Website. Follow link: https://horoanalysis.wordpress.com/2018/04/13/future-prospects-within-may-2-2018-to-nov-6-2018-astrological-predictions-by-vishal-aksh/ to view that article written by me there to refresh your memories.

(2) I am sure Mundane side of Vedic Jyotish is important and no one can ignore it. In this article I shall discuss about its usefulness in judging the weather situations in advance. Every researcher of Vedic Jyotish should try his best to concentrate on this branch.

(3) The following Mundane Predictions was given by me under (8) of that Article published on Friday, April 13, 2018:

Mundane Astrological Prediction: (8) Transit Of Mars (From May 2, 2018 To Nov. 6, 2018) in Makar (Sidereal Capricorn) increases tragedies, calamities and sufferings on account of Water, Raining, cloud bursts and lightening. There will be several people who will have narrow escape or will be saved.

Follow link: https://horoanalysis.wordpress.com/2018/04/13/future-prospects-within-may-2-2018-to-nov-6-2018-astrological-predictions-by-vishal-aksh/ to see whatever has been predicted astrologically under (8) of that Article.

(4) Mars started transiting Makar Rashi (Sidereal Capricorn) on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 16:08 (IST) and on the very first day of its entrance into Makar Rashi (Sidereal Capricorn) the heavy raining and cloudbursts started coming into being in the various parts of India.

(4.1) The following News as described under forthcoming paragraph (4.2) which was published in Newspaper ABP of May 3, 2018 indicates several such events

(4.2) News About Raining & Cloudbursts:  “Cloudburst hits Chamoli, many cars wash away. On Wednesday night, rain and storm caused havoc in many states like Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. In Uttarakhand, cloudburst hit Chamoli leading to washing away of many cars and debris. The good news in all this is that noboy died in the calamity”.

From News Paper: ABP

Updated 03 May 2018 07:00 AM

Link: Follow link: http://www.abplive.in/videos/uttarakhand-cloudburst-hits-chamoli-many-cars-wash-away-691701 to view that news there.

(5) Mundane side of Vedic Jyotish is very useful branch and every astrologer should practice it with serious approach to help the nation and mankind.



Written on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 14:02 (IST) by

Vishal Aksh

“About 22nd Draskaan & 64th Navansh” – an article by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

(1) If you find an astrologer talking about 22nd Drashkan & 64th Navansh then be sure he is in the initial stages of Jyotisha.

(2) I am sure person talking about 22nd Drashkan & 64th Navansh have no knowledge about how to calculate them. Generally 22nd Drashkan from Lagna and 64th Navansh from Moon is taken into consideration but vice – versa is also possible.

(3) Mathematically concentrate on 22nd you will find the 21 Drashkan completed and 22nd Drashkan running and in case of Navansh you find 63 Navansh completed and 64th Navansh running.

(3.1) A Drashkan is of 10⁰ so in 21 Drashkan there will be = 21 × 10⁰ = 210⁰

(3.2) Similarly A Navansh is of 3⁰ 20’ or 3.333333333333333333⁰ = (30÷9)⁰ so in 63 Navansh there will be = 63 × (30 ÷9)⁰ = 210⁰

(3.3) Concentrate on (3.1) & (3.2) you get in either cases the value is 210⁰ or 7 signs and 22nd Drashkan falls in 8th house from Lagna (Ignoring Chalit Chakra) and similarly 64th Navansh falls in 8th sign from the sign occupied by Moon.

(4) Thus adding 210⁰ to the longitude of Lagna and finding the Drashkan from the summation you get the 22nd Drashkan. Let us assume a fake Lagna Mesh 19⁰ 20’ 33”

(4.1) Adding 210⁰ to Mesh 19⁰ 20’ 33” or 19⁰ 20’ 33” + 210⁰ = 229⁰ 20’ 33” = Vrischika 19⁰ 20’ 33” so in Vrischika Rashi 2nd Drashkan will be the 22nd Drashkan for the Lagna Mesh 19⁰ 20’ 33” and second Drashkan of Vrischika will be the Drashkana of Meen ruled by Jupiter.

(4.2) Similarly Let us assume a fake Moon in Mesh 19⁰ 20’ 33” adding 210⁰ to it = 19⁰ 20’ 33” + 210⁰ = 229⁰ 20’ 33” = Vrischika 19⁰ 20’ 33” so 64th Navansh falls in 8th house from that occupied by Moon. Thus 64th Navansh of the Moon in the present fake case will be 6th Navansh in Vrischika rashi i.e. in Dhanur Navansh ruled by Jupiter.

(5) 22nd Drashkan is also known as Khara Drashkan where the meaning of Sanskrit word Khara is  Ass in english. If Badhaka house of any Lagna has a relation with 22nd Drashkan or its lord then its malefic nature enhances further. This is very important to know.

(6) In Vedic Jyotish the lord of 22nd Drashkan is known as Kharesh.

Written by
Vishal Aksh




(The aforesaid Article written by me was published on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 11:40 AM (IST) on my Facebook Page. Follow link:https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=659928747498678&id=285454581612765 to view it there)   

“Spiritual (Vedic) Basis Of Vrish – Vrischika Axis” – an article written by Vishal Aksh

Vishal Aksh (Astrologer, Writer, Thinker & Philosopher)

“Spiritual (Vedic) Basis Of Vrish – Vrischika Axis” – an article written by Vishal Aksh


(1) I don’t know whether this Vrish – Vrischika Axis (Taurus Scorpio Axis) is used in any branch of Astrology for predictive purposes or not but today on Monday, April 30, 2018 I got insight to write on this subject.

(2) Everyone knows about Shiva Mandir and if you visit Shiva Mandir you find in Shiva Mandir, just outside the Mandir the statue of Nandy facing the Shivalinga exactly at 180⁰. This Nandy is a divine Vrish (Bull) and is supposed to be the Sewaka (Attendent), Shishya (Disciple) and Dharma (As per Shri Shivmahapurana) of Parmatma Shiva. In Greek language this Vrish is known as Taurus.

(3) As per Vedic Jyotish the 180⁰ from Vrish or Taurus is Vrischika or Scorpio the sign ruling genital parts of Kaalpurusha. In Shiva Mandir, Parmatma Shiva sits in the form of Linga (Male Generative Organ) and Parvati in the form of Yoni (Female Generative Organ) just below that Shivalinga indicating evolution cycle for betterment and refinement. Vrischika Rashi is a place of Shiva – Shakti Samagam (Shiva & Shakti unification). Parvati is the Shakti and Shiva & Shakti are the Divine parents of Anantkoti Brahmanda (Infinite Universes).

(4) As per Shri Shivamahapurana Nandy symbolized by Vrish Rashi or Taurus is the Dharma of Shiva so it reflects all the Vedic knowledge and in Vrish Rashi the complete Nakshatra Rohini exists. Rohini was the birth Nakshatra of Shri Krishana who propounded the Vedic philosophy of Karma. It indicates that Karma appears from Dharma. All those actions which are not in agreement with Dharma are not said to be Karma. Shri Krishana born in Vrish Rashi was known for getting all the blessing of his mother Yashoda. Parvati signified by Moon representing the divine mother of Anantkoti Brahmanda (Infinite universes) gets exalted in this sign.

(5) In Vrischika Rashi Parvati or Shakti (Prakarti) represented by Moon merges herself into Shiva (Purusha) and that is why Vrischika Rashi becomes debilitation sign for Moon. Kaartikay the elder son of Shiva & Shakti represented by Mars has lordship over Vrischika Rashi and Ganesha the younger son of Shiva & Shakti represented by Ketu gets exalted in Vrischika Rashi or Scorpio.

(6) In Vrischika Rashi two complete Nakshatra Anuradha (Mitra or friend) and Jyestha (Superior) exist indicating that great Parmatma is a friend of everyone and he is the only superior one.

(7) Vrischika Rashi is the place of residence of the divine family of Shiva & Shakti that indicates Vishwabandhutava (Universal brotherhood) and progressiveness and that should be practiced but while doing so no one should forget Vrish Rashi or Taurus indicating Dharma & Karma.

(8) The place of residence of the family of Shiva Shakti is full of Bhakti (Worship), Shradha (Devotion), Yoga, Tapa, Gayana (Superior Knowledge) and Moksha. Vrischika Rashi or Scorpio indicates the same.



Written on Monday, April 30, 2018 at 10:12 (IST) by

Vishal Aksh