About the Book
Book in hand really 'Three in One' Author has made successful exposition of Dasha Rules as delineated by Satyacharya, which has been unknown to most of us till now. Author has enriched this book by adding his experiences as an expert on Vocational and Remedial Astrology interwoven with his expertise on Hindu Dasha System. This is a historic book from research point of view. It is a Modern book as it meets our modern requirements. It gives you hints on jobs suited to you as per your running Dasha. It further suggests remedies to make Dashas more fruitful. Don't Miss. Have a copy of this book to make your coming days more cheerful and more successful.
About the Author
Author of book Shri K.K. Pathak is quite a well-known figure in the astrological circle since last more than thirty-five years. He has secured a record achievement of getting published his articles in more than four hundred issues of leading astrological journals namely The Astrological Magazines The Times of Astrology Babaji and Express Star-teller. Pathak jee has authored more than thirty books after attaining the age of 65 years. Twelve of his books have already been published by Nishkaam Peeth Prakashan of New Delhi. Alpha Publication of Delhi has since come forward to publish his remaining books for benefit of readers. Pathak jee was conferred upon the honour of Jyotish Bhanu in year 1998 by Indian Council of Astrological Sciences in recognition of his services to the cause of Astrology. He was further conferred "SABTGABAN AWARD" in the year 1999 for his distinguished works. Pathak jee is held to be an expert in Remedial Astrology. AstroMetreology, Vedics Pauranic Astrology, classical works and Dasha system. Pathak jee belongs to Bihar. He was in Administrative Service for 33 years and retired as Special Secretary to the Govt. of Bihar in October 1993. We wish him a long life.- Publisher
Encouragd by the warm welcome my book "Hindu Dasha System" published in two volumes, received from readers, I made up my mind to present a future improvement over that book. It came to my notice that Satyacharya who preceded Varaha Mihira, Kalyan Varma and others had made better indepth study of our Dasha system While delving deep into the complexities of the techniques of Vimshottari Dasha. Most of the classical authors have been delineating Dasha-Phala as per sign and Bhava occupied planets. Bhavesha Phala of planets and Nakshatra Phalas of planets are two unique specialities of Hindu Astrology not to be found elsewhere. A planet gives auspicious or inauspicious results as per auspicious or inauspicious Bhavas owned and occupied by it. A planet further gives results as per the star ruled over and occupied by it in addition to its sign-effects. Although Vyankatesh in his Sarvartha-Chintamani, Mantreshwar in his Phala Deepika, Vaidyanath in his Jataka Parijata and jeevanath the in his Bhava Prakasha have also given, it seems strange to note only cryptic references of Bhavesh-Phalas or Nakshatra Phalas are available under Dasha Phala Chapter of Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra. On the other hand I have found that Satyacharya made a thorough study of Bhava-lords giving various results as per their occupation of Bhavas in Rashi chart and Navamsha Chart. Satyacharya seems to be the chief exponent of Dasha-Phala based on Bhavesh-Phala and Tara-Phala of concerned planets. Satyacharya held Kendra and Trikona lords as auspicious. He held 2nd, 3rd and 11th lords as weak auspicious lords and 6th , 8th and 12th lords as inauspicious ones. He further held occupation or owning of 1st, 2nd, 4th , 6th, 8th, 9th star by Grahas will be giving auspicious results while occupation or owning of 3rd, 5th and 7th star by Grahas will be giving inauspicious results. Tara-Phalas were subject to modification by Vedha position of stars. A planet disposed in evil star but subject to Vedha was destined to give auspicious results or at least it must not be giving bad results.
I therefore, have taken up Bhavesh Phalas of ruling planets coupled with their Tara-Phalas as delineated by Satyacharya as the main theme of the book in hand.
Intelligent readers may draw their inferences about general effects of Bhava-lords placed in varius Bhavas along with Dasha effects of such planets profusely dealt about in various chapters. As per Zodiacal Chart position, except the Sun and the Moon remaining five Grahas namely, Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will always have double Bhava-lordship, Badhaka, Kendradhipatya Dosha, Yogakaraka Yoga-Heenas, Maraks etc in this book. In ancient days, very few occupations were in Vogue. Today, vocational Astrology has acquired the unique position as a special Branch of Astrology. In the present book I have made a detailed examination of Vocational compatibility and incompatibility with reference to each Dasha based on Bhavalord and stars. I have done so as per modern needs. It is my humble submission that utility of Vimshottari needs has been for the first time attempted to be examined in detail only in the present book. While discussing Dasha-Phala of each Bhava-lord suitable remedial measures have been suggested where needed most. A separate chapter on Remedial Measures is a further gift to readers.
Present book covers twenty-one Chapters. Chapters one and two deal with Basic Dasha rules delineated by Satyacharya and a critical examination of these Rules. Chapter 3 to 14 deals with Dashs-effects of each Bhava-lord in various Bhavas specially throwing light on vocational prospects of each Dasha and suggesting remedial measures where needed most. Chapter 15 deals with Transit Effects of Jupiter, Saturn and Rahu that must also be taken into consideration along with Dasha-Phala. Chapter Sixteen is exclusively devoted to Remedial Measures.
Chapter 17 deals with Yogakarak Dasahas while Chapter 18 deals with Yoga Heena Dasha of Sani-Sukra and Sukra-Sani. Chapter 19 deals with Yoga-Heena Dasha-Chhidra of Rahu-Mars and Jupiter-Rahu. Chapter 20 deals with Yoga-Heena Atmakarak Bhukti. Chapter 21 deals with Timing of Gajakeshari Yoga. Chapters 17 to 21 cover critical examination of some very popular Dasha Rules.
Present book is thus "Three-in-one" as it is a confluence of Directional cum Vocational cum Remedial Astrology.
I owe my gratitude to Shri Amrit Lal Jain of Alpha Publication, Delhi in upgrading the quality of this book by his useful suggestions.
This book is dedicated to Dayashankerjee Honorary consultant Editor of the Times of Astrolgoy who not only played a dominant role in getting me established as an author of books by publishing ten books of mine but it is also he who had once motivated me to write a book like Advanced study of Vimshottari Dasha. I owe my gratitude to him for his Benevolence and dedicate this Three-in-one Book to him with Reverance.
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