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Sapta Rishi Nadi

J.N. Bhasin (Author)
Synopsis On the cover it says, With pros & cons of astrological arguments by the council of seven rishis. As given in the first chapter, the seven are: Atri, Agastya, Jaimini, Songinar, Narad, Vashisht & Vishwamitra. Originally in Tamil, this (condensed?) edition does not have original Tamil slokas, but does quote Sanskrit slokas from other references on occasion. This book covers charts with Aries through Leo lagnas, the remaining signs were to be taken up elsewhere at a later date. This is a compilation of charts with brief, traditional analysis. On pgs 12 - 13 is a long list of all the characteristics each analysis is to provide (type of house of birth, description of grandfather, father, marriage, children, spouse, illness, death, etc.), though, in the actual text, one tends to cut directly to the chase, eg, the crux of the chart itself. Often, a chart analysis covers a single topic, as for example: Conceit (I): The father of the native to whom Birth Chart 19 of Leo ascendant belongs is stated by the Nadi to be conceited. What is conceit? It has been defined by dictionaries as "personal vanity" which obviously means giving too much thought & importance to self. Now the factors for 'self' are 1st house, 3rd house, 10th house, 11th house & Sun. If therefore, the first house or its lord is very much associated to one or more of these houses we may reasonably conclude the person is conceited, more particularly in cases where the constituent factors of the Yoga & Mars & Saturn - the tasmic planets. Let us now study the birth chart in light of the above remarks. Mars, lord of the 9th house representing the self of the father of the native is in the company of Saturn, lord of the 10th house from the father thereby constituting a Yoga of conceit for the father. Considering the problem from the Chandra Lagna, we find that Saturn & lord of the 9th house therefrom is in company of Mars, lord of the 10th house from the father's thereby constituting a Yoga of conceit for the father.
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Bibliographic information

Title Sapta Rishi Nadi
Author J.N. Bhasin
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 208p., Figures; 18cm.