More About Trishansh

Part (A)

(1.1) This is the most important but lesser used chart today in Vedic astrology. This is the only chart described in classical Vedic astrology which is not regular in order in addition to Hora chart. It is cast in a very different way.

(1.2) If anyone looks at the way in which it this Trishansh chart is cast he will be surprised at the allotment of various uneven degrees to cast this chart.

(1.3) Trishansh is a Sanskrit word which means 30th part but if the way to cast this Trishansh chart is looked at then one can easily find that in actual form one Trishansh = 30/30 degrees = 1 deg and so there will be 30 Trishansh in a rashi but in fact it is not so. Here the drawing of this Trishmansh Chart starts with the Odd and even signs.

(1.4) In Odd signs:

(1.41) Planets in 0 to 5 degs. In odd signs fall in the trishansh of Mesh rashi

(1.42) Planets in 5 to 10 degs. In odd signs fall in the trishansh of Kumbh rashi

(1.43) Planets in 10 to 18 degs. In odd signs fall in the trishansh of Dhanur rashi

(1.44) Planets in 18 to 25 degs. In odd signs fall in the trishansh of Mithuna rashi

(1.45) Planets in 25 to 30 degs. In odd signs fall in the trishansh of Tula rashi

(1.5) In even Signs:

(1.51) Planets in 0 to 5 degs. In Even signs fall in the trishansh of Vrish rashi

(1.52) Planets in 5 to 12 degs. In Even signs fall in the trishansh of Kanya rashi

(1.53) Planets in 12 to 20 degs. In Even signs fall in the trishansh of Meen rashi

(1.54) Planets in 20 to 25 degs. In Even signs fall in the trishansh of Makar rashi

(1.55) Planets in 25 to 30 degs. In Even signs fall in the trishansh of Vrischika rashi

(1.6) Some facts about Trishansh come out from what is described under (1.4) to (1.55) i.e. (1.61) in odd signs the distribution of degrees is uneven i.e. 0 to 5, 5 to 10, 10 to 18, 18 to 25 & 25 to 30 and also (1.62) the distribution of degrees is also uneven i.e. 0 to 5, 5 to 12, 12 to 20, 20 to 25 and from 25 to 30. (1.63) The pattern of distribution of degrees both in odd signs and in even signs differs from each other. (1.64) Simh rashi and Kark rashi in this Trishansh chart find no place in giving rooms to planets. (1.65) in this Trishansh each Trishansh is not equal to 1 degree. (1.66) Each division in this chart contains a band of degrees so it appears Panchansh not Trishansh.

(1.7) There are two ways described in classical Vedic astrology in which this Trisansh can be put to use:

(1.71) The way to use this Trishansh chart as described in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra

(1.72) The way to use this Trishansh chart as described in Brihit Jataka

(1.8) In Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra this Trishansh chart is directed to use to judge the diseases and miseries in one’s life. It is written under (1.64) that Simh rashi ruled by Sun and Kark rashi ruled by Moon in this Trishansh chart find no place in giving rooms to planets. Here Sun represents the aatma and this aatma gives one the inspiration and Moon is the mana (Mind?) and this mana motivates one. Diseases and miseries in one’s life occur when inspiration stops working and functioning of mana becomes disturbed that is why this Trishansh chart is used to judge the miseries in one’s life.

(1.9) The occurrences of miseries and tragedies in one’s life are nothing but the unexpected turns on unknown roads ( Without the influence of Simh rashi ruled by Sun and the giver of inspiration and that of Kark rashi ruled by Moon the giver of the presence of mind even a known way becomes unknown) and thus this Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra is used to judge miseries in one’s life.

(1.10) In Brihit Jataka this chart is directed to use to judge purity and mental disposition in case of female and some general results depending on the Kaarkatwa of planets.

Part (B)

(2.1) In my years of experience in the field of Vedic astrology I have found that the way to use this chart given in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastrais only right and works well almost all the cases and the judgment of this Trishansh chart as per Brihit Jataka has many limitations.

(2.2) See the planets occupying 6th, 8th & 12th houses in this Trishansh chart and these planets generally bring miseries such as diseases & accidents in one’s life in their Dasha / Antardasha.

(2.3) See the lord of Trishansh Lagna in one’s horoscope and check its position in Chalit – Chakra and if it is associated with malefic planet / planets and occupies 6th, 8th or 12th bhava then that person suffers the displeasure of the government and other authorities.

(2.4) In Trishansh chart, among 6th, 8th & 12th houses the 8th house is the most malefic house.

(2.5) If in one’s Trishansh chart Moon is found in 1st, 6th, 7th, 8th or 12th house then that person suffers on account of diseases, accidents and other miseries during the period of Sade-Sati.

Part (C)

(3.1) As described under (1.66) Each division in this chart contains a band of degrees so it appears Panchansh not Trishansh but why it is termed as Trishansh in classical Vedic astrology is still unknown.

(3.2) Perhaps because in this chart the entire 30 degrees are distributed in unequal bands of degrees and thus it was termed as Trishansh in classical Vedic astrology.

(3.3) There is another way to cast this Trishansh Chart but this way is not mentioned in Brihit Prashara Hora Shaastra. In this type of Trishansh Chart each Trishansh is equal to 1 deg. In odd signs the counting should start with Mesh rashi onwards and it ends with Kanya rashi the 30th Trishansh in Odd signs. In Even signs counting should be made from Tula rashi onwards and it ends with Meen rashi the 30th Trishansh in even signs.

(3.4) In my years of experience in the field of Vedic astrology I have found that this type of Trishansh Chart as effective as the Trishansh Chart described in classical Vedic astrology.

(3.5) Whatever have been described under (2.2), (2.4) & (2.5) about the use of Trishansh Chart described in classical Vedic astrology equally apply to this type of Trishansh Chart.

(This post was written by me on Sunday, March 30, 2014 on the timeline of my facebook. Follow link:https://www.facebook.com/vishal.aksh.7/posts/266015480242957 to view this post)

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Vishal Aksh

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