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Tri-pāpa and Catur-pāpa
Maraṇa Kāraka Sthāna
Other Combinations explained
Shadow of Sun etc.
Things you need to study outside of BPHS
Bear in mind that Neṣṭā Karma and Neṣṭā Graha require considerable understanding as these planets can surely give marriage and make life a wonderful experience or the converse i.e. living hell.
Morning shows the day …that’s the basis of the Sūtikā Adhyāya of Parāśara. The detailed circumstances around the birth of the child speaks volumes about the destiny and blessings (or otherwise) that surround the birth of the child. With modern lighting systems, it may not be possible to make use of things like “direction of the lamp”, but then there are many other factors like number of people in the birthing chamber signified by the “planets reckoned from Lagna to the Moon”. For example, the Moon in Taurus Lagna, slightly ahead of the Lagna longitude, does indicate the birth
The word horā is derived from aho-rātra by removing the first (a) and last (tra) syllables. The word aho means day and rātra means night thereby referring to the division of the day into the two parts of day and night. The day is lorded by the Sun and the night is lorded by the Moon, being the most brilliant luminaries in the sky at these times. Consider the seven
planets having physical bodies (i.e. from the Sun to Saturn) that lord over the weekdays. If the luminaries (Sun & Moon) are represented by the word horā in aho-rātra, then