2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial - Whats Inside The Depositor Theory

Learn Astrology with extreme ease with our expert astrologer ‘Punit Pandey’. Today he will teach you about the basics of ‘Depositor theory’ in very less time. Polish your astrological skills with the help of 2 minutes astrology tutorial for FREE.


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We had discussed about “dispositor theory” in our episode about Raja Yoga. It is an important principle and astrologers usually make mistake while using it. According to this principle, strength of a planet depends mostly on the lord of the sign it is posited in; e.g. a planet is exalted, but it is posited in a sign whose lord is debilitated or weak due to some other reason. In such a case, this exalted planet will not be able to give good results as per its own potential. It’s a very important theory and should not be ignored. The power of a planet can never be determined without analyzing its dispositor. In certain situations, this principle becomes even more important; especially in such a case when many planets are posited in a sign.

Take a look at this illustration. In this chart, Jupiter, Venus and Mercury are posited in first house and in Leo sign. According to astrology, benefic planets are even better if posited in Kendra. It’s a strong Raja Yoga. However, it should be noted that all these planets are posited in Leo, and the Sun, lord of this sign, is in 12th house. It cannot be a good position for any planet. Also, this Sun is conjoining with debilitated Mars and being aspected by enemy Saturn. Therefore, dispositor Sun is very weak. This weak Sun is ruining Raja Yoga for Jupiter, Venus and Mercury.



Similarly, we should not neglect this principle while analyzing exalted and debilitated planets. The underlying principle for ‘Neecha Bhanga Raja Yoga’ is also this dispositor theory. If Sun is exalted in a birth-chart, i.e. it is posited in Aries, first of all we should analyze the strength of Mars. If Mars, being dispositor of Sun, is weak; the Sun will not be able to give results of being exalted.

This table is showing what planets to focus while determining the effects of an exalted or a debilitated planet:


Planet
If Exalted
If Debilitated
Sun
Mars
Venus
Moon
Venus
Mars
Mars
Saturn
Moon
Mercury
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Jupiter
Jupiter
Moon
Saturn
Venus
Jupiter
Mercury
Saturn
Venus
Mars

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Chalit Chakra - Know Your Planetary Positions With Bhava Chalit Chart

Chalit Chakra holds a great importance in Astrology. Astrologer Punit Pandey will increase your knowledge about ‘Bhav Chalit Chart’ with 21st part of 2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial. 2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’ will help you learn Astrology for FREE.



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You must have seen Bhava Chalit chart in a Janma Patrika along with Rashi or Lagna chart. Today, I will discuss the difference between Rasi chart and Bhavastro Chalit, and what can be analyzed using Bhava Chalit chart. Rasi chart is the main chart and it tells the signs of planets and ascendant. As clear from the term itself, Bhava Chalit chart shows position of planets in the houses. Usually, position of planets in different houses is also determined by using Rasi chart, which is not the right way. To determine the position of a planet in a house, Bhav Chalit should be considered.

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Most of the times, position of planets in Bhav Chalit and Rasi chart is same. However, if a planet is occupying different places in these charts, students of astrology get confused. So, keep following points in mind while making predictions:

  1. Use Bhav Chalit chart to determine a planet’s effect for a particular house in a given Dasha. If a planet is posited in first house in Rasi chart, we might say that it would give good results in its Dasha. But, if that planet is in 12th house in Chalit chart, it will give results of 12th house, such as hospitalization and loneliness instead of good health. If a planet changes its position in Bhava Chalit chart, it gives the results of that house where it is posited in Bhava Chalit.
  2. In software, Bhav Madhya Bindu or House Middle Point is also given along with Bhav Chalit chart. More closer planet to this point, the more it gives results for that house. If a planet is closer to Bhav Prarambh Bindu or House Starting Point, it also gives the results of previous house. Similarly, if a planet is closer to Bhav Anta Bindu or House Ending Point, it gives results of the next house too. The planets that are closer to Bhav Prarambh or Bhav Anta Bindu, they give the mixed results of two houses.
  3. Other than the position of planets in different houses, everything else such as aspect, conjunction, position in signs and exaltation-debilitation etc. are analyzed using Rasi chart.
  4. Yogas should also be analyzed using Rasi chart only.

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Dasha Analysis - Undermine Your Stars With An Illustration!

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How To Analyze Dasha?



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We’ve talked about Dasha in the last episode. Today, we’ll explore how to analyze Dasha using an illustration. Suppose, we have to find out when this person is going to get married using this chart.


First, we need to find out if there are any chances of marriage at all. If you remember the episode about signification of houses, you may recall that 7th house is considered for marriage. Also, you know that Venus is significator of marriage, if you have watched the episode related to signification of planets. Therefore, we need to analyze 7th house, the lord of 7th house and Venus in birth-chart. If these planets are well placed in birth-chart, it indicates that the person is going to get married on the right time, and will enjoy a happy married life.

To pinpoint the time of marriage, we’ll have to find out those planets that may give marriage in their Maha Dasha, AntarDasha and Pratyantar Dasha. The planets associated with Venus will give marriage in their Dasha. Also, as we discussed in previous episode, those planets that are posited in stars of the planets associated with 7th house give results of 7th house.

Let’s have a look at illustration:

Sun is the lord of 7th house.
Saturn, Sun and Mercury are posited in 7th house.
Venus is conjoining with Rahu.

Sun, being the lord of 7th, is posited in 7th house. Therefore, it has the strength to give results of 7th house. Sun is also posited with Mercury. We know that Mercury, Rahu and Ketu give results of those planets that they conjoin. So, Mercury is also strong enough to give results of 7th house. Rahu is posited with Venus, significator of marriage, and therefore, can give the result of 7th. The planets that are posited in stars of Sun, Mercury and Rahu, may equally give the result of 7th. Therefore, whenever Dasha of Sun, Mercury and Rahu along with Dasha of those planets posited in their stars occur around the possible age of marriage, the person will get married in that Dasha.

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Secret Of Timing Events - Exploration Of Planetary Cycle

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Secret of Timing Events

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In astrology, most of the time we try to find out the time of happening of some event. When will I get married, when will I get job, when can I expect childbirth etc. are some of the most common questions in astrology. Today, I'll tell you how to get answer of such questions. To answer such questions, we need to learn Dasha or planetary cycle. There are various Dashas mentioned in Indian astrology and I'll talk about the most important Dasha among all, which is Vimshottari Dasha.

Vimshottari Dasha is based on Nakshatra. In a birth chart (Kundli), Dasha starts with Moon Nakshatra Lord planet. For example, if someone has Moon in Ashwini, his first Dasha will be of Ketu. Why? because Lord of Ashwini Nakshatra is Ketu. Similarly, if Moon is in Bharani, first Dasha will start with Venus. You can know about Nakshatra Lord from the last episode titled "Nakshatra". Dasha sequence is fixed and is same as the sequence of Nakshatra lord viz - Ketu, Venus, Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mercury. Total Dasa period is of 120 years. Duration of each Dasha is also fixed. Ketu Dasha is of 7 years, Venus is of 20 years, Sun is of 6 years etc. You can see Dasa duration of each planet on the black board.



This main period is referred as Mahadasha. Inside this Mahadasha we have Antardasha or sub-period of the all nine planets in the same ratio. Similarly, we have Pratyantar Dasha or sub-sub period of all nine planets inside Antardasha in the same ratio.

To know what results we will get in a Dasha, we need to remember these three points -
  • First: A planet gives results of the houses where it is situated and the houses it owns.
  • Second: A planet also gives results according to its own nature and significations. If a planet is weak as per our 15 rules, we can not expect the planet will be able to deliver its results.
  • Third: As I told you in Nakshatra episode, planet also borrows signification from its Nakshatra lord.
Suppose we want to know when will marriage happen. We know that 7th house is the house of marriage. So Dasa of planet in 7th house, or the planet owning 7th house, or the planet in the Nakshatra of 7th owner or occupant, can give marriage, provided the planet is strong as per 15 rules told by me earlier.

If you will keep these points in mind, you will be able to accurately predict timing of marriage, timing of job, timing of childbirth etc. Try to practice it on the charts of your friends and relatives.

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Nakshatra Or Constellation - Unleash The Elements Of Nakshatra

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Nakshatra Or Constellation




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Namaste. For finer predictions, we need to look toward finer divisions. One such finer division is Nakshatra. The way a sign is the twelfth division of zodiac, similarly Nakshatra is the 27th division of zodiac. Nakshatra is also called constellation or star, sometimes, but I prefer using the term Nakshatra. As Zodiac is considered of 360 degree, each Nakshatra is 360 / 27 i.e. 13 degree 20 minutes or roughly 13.33 degrees. Like zodiac sign, each Nakshatra also has been given a name. First Nakshatra is called Ashwini, second Bharani, and last Revati. Lord or owner planet for each Nakshatra is fixed. Sequence of Nakshatra lord is as follows - Ketu, Venus, Sun, Moon, Mars, Rahu, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury. As Ashwini is first Nakshatra, it's Lord is Ketu. Bharani is second Nakshatra and it's Lord is Venus and so on. Nakshatra lord planet repeats after every ninth Nakshatra. In other words, 1st Nakshatra lord, 10th Nakshatra lord, and 19th Nakshatra lord are going to be same.

Nakshatra division is very important in astrology. In astrology, Dasa or planetary cycle is primarily calculated based on Nakshatra. Dasa is used to figure out the timing of events and I'll talk about that later. In a nutshell, planet borrows signification of it's Nakshatra lord. Astrologers generally forget to see Nakshatra because, we can not see Nakshatra from birth chart alone and hence fail in predictions. Planet in its Dasa period not only gives its results, but the results of its Nakshatra lord as well. So, never forget to note Nakshatra lord of each planet before proceeding to predictions. This is all for today.


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Cancellation Of Rajayoga - How Rajayoga Nullifies?

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Cancellation Of Rajayoga



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Namaskar. Welcome to 2 minute astrology tutorial series by AstroSage. I have often seen astrologers saying that Rajayogas are useless, Rajayogas do not give any results. They show some charts where Rajayogas like Gaja Kesari & Mahapurusha Yoga were present, still native is leading an ordinary life. This happens to astrologer because of lack of understanding of principles of Rajyoga cancellation. Today, I am telling you principles of Rajayoga cancellation which I understood after years of my experience and study. I am sharing this experience with you and it is very important, so listen carefully.

The primary reason of Rajayoga cancellation is lack of strength in the planet forming Rajayoga. Earlier, I explained the 15 principles that you can use to judge the strength of a planet. Apart from those 15 principles, I am also telling you five reasons due to which one doesn't get Rajayoga results.

First, depositor: If the lord of the sign where the Rajayoga forming planet is placed, is weak, we can not expect any Rajayoga results.

Second, aspects: If Rajayoga forming planet is receiving aspects from natural malefics like Mars and Saturn.

Third, junction point or Sandhi: Sandhi is a term used in Vedic astrology for the point where one sign ends and another starts. If this Sandhi is for both sign and Nakshatra, it has even more Rajayoga cancellation effect. By Nakshatra Sandhi, I mean a planet is close to 120 degree, 240 degree or 360 degree where both sign and Nakshatra have junction point.

Fourth, Navamsa strength: If a planet is weak in Navamsa, especially if a planet is debilitated in Navamsa, results of Rajayoga will be nullified.

Fifth, strength of the whole chart: I have already talked about it in the episode titled "Yogas for Success & Prosperity". In a nutshell, if Ascendant and Moon are weak, no Rajayoga will be able to deliver its results.

Hope you have learnt many secrets of astrology with our "2 minute astrology tutorial". Till next time - bye bye.

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Rajayoga Revealed

Astrologer Punit Pandey has come up with 14th part of ‘2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’ series. In the previous part, we learned about ‘Yogas for success & prosperity’. Today, we will discuss ‘Rajayoga’. ‘Learn Astrology in 2 Minutes Tutorial’ is available FREE, read further to know more.

Rajayoga Explained 






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Namaskar. Today, we are going to talk about Rajayoga. “Raja” means king in Sanskrit. Rajayoga in birth-chart does not mean that one is going to be a king. It means combinations for fame, success, and prosperity. Only any particular yoga cannot be termed as “Rajayoga”. There are several Yogas that come in this category. The more Rajayogas in your birth-chart, the more success and prosperity you will achieve.


A name is given to each Rajayoga so that we can memorize that combination easily. For example, if Moon and Jupiter are in Kendra to each other, it is called Gajakesari Rajayoga. If Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus or Saturn are in Kendra in their own sign or exalted sign, it is termed as Pancha Mahapurusha Yoga. 15 rules that I explained earlier are the basis of most of the Rajayogas and it is important you master those rules. Now, let me also talk about Parashariya Rajayoga. It is also called Kendra-Trikona Rajayoga.

If any Kendra-lord is related to any Trikona-lord, it is called Rajayoga. “Kendra” stands for 4, 7, 10 houses and Trikona means 5, 9 houses. First house is believed to be Kendra and Trikona both. As we discussed earlier, two planets can be related to each-other in three different ways:

1. Conjunction, i.e. to be posited in same house
2. Aspect, i.e. to influence each-other by aspecting
3. Exchange or Parivartan, i.e. to be posited in each-other’s signs

For Arians, Sun and Jupiter are owners of Trikona, i.e. fifth and ninth houses. If these planets are associated with the lord of 1st house i.e. Mars or lord of 4th house i.e. Moon or lord of 7th house i.e. Venus or lord of 10th house i.e. Saturn by the means of conjunction, aspect or exchange, it forms Parashari Rajayoga. The more such combinations in a chart, the more Rajayogas there will be.

Also, at times same planet rules Kendra and Trikona both. For Cancer ascendant, Mars forms Parashari Rajayoga because it is lord of Trikona i.e. 5th house and Kendra i.e. 10th house. Those planets that form Parashari Rajayoga are called Yogakaraka. Such planets give success, prosperity and fame during their periods.

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Yoga for Success & Prosperity

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Yoga for Success & Prosperity


Hi, welcome to 2 min astrology course. In astrology potential of a birth chart, i.e. how much success you will achieve, is analyzed using Yogas. There are thousands of Yogas described in Vedic Astrology. I’ll tell you an easy method that will help you determine if a person will become Prime Minister or a bagger; whether one can becomes Bill Gates or not.


We can determine the possibilities of a chart by following four points:

1. Strength of Ascendant
2. Strength of Moon
3. Strength of Sun
4. Strength of Tenth house

We have already discussed 15 rules to analyze planets. If ascendant-lord, lord of Moon Sign and Sun Sign, and lord of 10th house are benefic as per the 15 rules we’d discussed; it shows the immense possibilities of a birth-chart.

Also, we should analyze ascendant, the house of Moon Sign, the house of Sun Sign and the tenth house. While analyzing a house, pay special attention to these four points apart from those 15 rules:

1. Benefic planet in a house strengthens that house.
2. Aspect of a benefic planet on the house increases the strength of that house.
3. Aspect of the lord of the house on that house boosts its strength.
4. Placement of benefic planets on both sides of a house strengthens it.

Similarly, malefic planets reduce strength of that house, i.e. placement of a malefic planet in the house, aspect of a malefic planet on a house, if both sides of a house are occupied by malefic planets adversely affect that house.

These four rules are important to analyze houses. Do not forget these rules. Analyze the strength of a house using these four rules and the lord of a house using previously mentioned 15 rules. On the basis of these rules, you can easily predict about life of anyone as per ascendant, Moon, Sun and tenth house.

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15 Phenomenal Rules For Prediction With Example

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15 Rules For Prediction With Example



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Hi, welcome to 2 min astrology course. I had discussed 15 important rules in my previous episode. These rules tell us whether a planet will give us good results or bad results. To get a conclusive view for a planet, we need to combine outcome of all the rules. To simplify this process of combining, let us go through each rule and assign +1 for good outcome and -1 for bad outcome. Then we can add these numbers together and more positive is the number, more positive results the planet will give.


Let’s take Mars as an example and see what results will Mars give.


Mars is in its debilitated sign, Cancer; so let us give -1 for Rule No. 1.

Rule no. 2 is related to strength of a house and not of a planet, so not applicable here.

Mars is with its friendly planet Moon, so let us give +1 point to rule no. 3

Mars is not uchch abhilashi meaning not marching towards exalted sign here, so this rule is not applicable.

Ascendant lord is Saturn and Mars is not Saturn’s friend. So, let us -1 to rule no. 5

Mars is not lord of Trikona. So Rule No. 6 is not applicable.

Mars is a cruel planet and, being owner of Kendra, it will leave its malefic nature. As Mars will leave its malefic nature, it will become neutral - neither malefic nor benefic - so 0 points to Rule No. 7.

As Mars is the lord of third house, it will give malefic results. So -1 to Rule No. 8

Upachaya house is good placement for any malefic including Mars. So +1 for Rule No. 9.

6th house is generally bad, but malefics are exception in upachaya and we have already given +1 earlier. So, ignore Rule No. 10.

Rule No. 12 and 13 are only for Moon and Rule No. 14 applies only to Mercury, Rahu and Ketu. So, these rules are not applicable in this case.

Mars is not close to Sun; hence, not combust. So Rule No. 15 is not applicable.

If we sum all the points up, we get negative value. It shows that overall Mars is going to give malefic results. It means it will harm Mars’ own signification and signification of those houses that it owns. We should analyze rest of the planet in same fashion.

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15 Phenomenal Rules For Prediction

Astrologer Punit Pandey has come up with 10th part of ‘2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’ series. In the previous part, we learned about Conjunction & Aspects of Planets. Today, we will discuss 15 Rules for prediction. ‘Learn Astrology in 2 Minutes Tutorial’ is available FREE, read further to know more.

15 Rules For Prediction 

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Hi, welcome to 2 min astrology course. Today, I am going to tell you 15 important rules by which you will be able to decide whether a planet will act as benefic or malefic.


Rule 1: Planets situated in exalted sign, own sign and friendly sign give good results. On the other hand, debilitated planet, a planet in inimical sign will give malefic results.

Rule 2: Planets aspecting its own house gives good results related to the aspected house.

Rule 3: Planet with its friendly planets and benefic planets generally gives good results. Similarly, planets having friendly or benefic planets in previous and next sign give good results. 

Rule 4: Planet that is reaching toward it exalted sign gives good results.

Rule 5: Planet friendly to ascendant lord gives good results.

Rule 6: Planets owning trikona i.e. 5th and 9th house give good results.

Rule 7: Owner of Kendra, if malefic, will leave their malefic nature. Similarly, if planet owning kendra is benefic, it will leave benefic nature. So, generally malefics owning Kendra is desirable. 

Rule 8: Owner of 3rd, 6th and 11th houses generally give bad results.

Rule 9: Planets in upachya or improving houses 3,6,10,11 improves their own signification. 

These are the best places for natural malefics. 

Rule 10: Planets in 6,8,12 houses generally give malefic results.

Rule 11: Benefics in kendra (1,4,7,10) houses are very good, whereas malefics there are very bad. 

Rule 12: Moon near to Full-Moon-day or Poornima is good, whereas Moon near to No-moon-day or amavasya is bad. 

Rule 13: Planets close to Moon i.e. with Moon, in previous sign of Moon and in next sign of Moon, improves Moon. More planets close to Moon, more powerful will be the Moon.

Rule 14: Mercury, Rahu and Ketu give results of the planets with which those are situated.

Rule 15: Planet close to Sun become combust and give bad results. 

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AstroSage 2 Minute Astrology Tutorial: Part 10

Astrologer Punit Pandey has come up with 10th part of ‘2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’ series. In the previous part, we learned about Friendship & Enmity Of Planets. Today, we will discuss Conjunction & Aspects of Planets. ‘Learn Astrology in 2 Minutes Tutorial’ is available FREE, read further to know more.

First, we will discuss ‘Conjunction Of Planets’

Conjunction Of Planets

(If you missed the Part-9 of ‘2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’, click here: Learn Astrology In 2 Minutes - Part-9)

Hi, welcome to 2 min astrology course. Planets affect each other in various ways. Two such major ways are conjunction and aspects.


Conjunction is called “Yuti” in Sanskrit. “Yuti” comes from root “Yuj” that means – to add or to be together. If two planets are posited in same sign, it is called conjunction of those planets.



In this birth-chart (Kundli), Moon and Mars are posited in Cancer. Therefore, in astrological language we can say – there is conjunction of Moon and Mars in this birth-chart. As there is conjunction of Moon and Mars is the chart, these two plants will affect results of each other. Mars is a cruel planet by nature and it is considered to be debilitated in Cancer. Sixth house is also considered a negative house. Usually, planets in sixth house are not considered good. Therefore, we can say that Mars is negatively affecting Moon. If you remember from “significations of planets” episode, you may recall that Moon is significator of mother, mind, and eyes etc. Due to the negative influence of Mars on Moon i.e. mind, a person with this birth-chart is going to be a bit stubborn. Moon (mind) + Mars (stubbornness) = Obstinate attitude.

This chart also indicates that his mother will not be healthy. Why? Moon (mother) + Sixth House (Diseases) + Negative effects of Mars = Mother’s poor health.

Native may have weak eyesight. Why? Moon (eyes) + Sixth house (diseases) + negative Mars = problem with eyesight.

So, two important negative factors for conjunctions are - conjunction of malefic planet & conjunction of inimical planet. Similarly, if a planet conjoins with a benefic planet or friendly planet, it gets more strength to deliver its good results. 

Now, let’s learn ‘Aspecting Of Planets’

Aspect Of Planets


Aspect is called “Drishti” in Sanskrit. It means “to look at” or “to see”. Like conjunction, planets affect each other via aspect too. Interpretation of conjunction and aspect is more or less same. But the way we calculate aspect is different from the way we calculate conjunction. 

Every planet aspects or sees certain places from its place. Not only it aspects the places but also the planets situated there. All the planets aspect seventh from the place they are posited. Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter have additional aspects. Mars, apart from standard 7th, aspects fourth and eighth place. Similarly, Jupiter also has fifth and ninth aspects and Saturn has third and tenth aspect too. You can see aspect of each planet in the below given table.


Planet
Aspect
Sun
7
Moon
7
Mercury
7
Venus
7
Mars
4,7,8
Jupiter
5,7,9
Saturn
3,7,10


Rahu and Ketu do not have any aspect.

Let me take our example chart to explain aspects. 

In our chart, Sun is situated in 7th house. We know that all planets aspect 7th from its place. When we start counting from Sun, this is first, this is second, this is third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seven. Always keep in mind that in North Indian Chart, we count anti-clockwise. So, this place which comes out to be ascendant or first house is the house aspected by Sun. There is no planet in first house and hence Sun doesn't aspect any planet there. 

Now let us take example of Jupiter. We know that apart from standard 7th, Jupiter also aspects 5th and 9th from its place. If we count 5 from the place of Jupiter, we reach to 3rd house where 1 is written. If we count 7, we reach to 5th house where Venus and Rahu are situated. If we count 9, we will reach to 7th house where Sun, Saturn and Mercury are situated. So, we will say that Jupiter aspects Venus, Rahu, Saturn, Sun and Mercury in this chart. 

Interpretation of aspects is similar to interpretation of conjunction. Always keep in mind that nature of planet is very important when it comes to interpreting aspects. Aspects of natural benefics like Jupiter, Venus etc. improves the matter and the aspects of natural malefics like Saturn and Mars harms matter. 

I hope you enjoyed watching this video. Hope to see you soon again. 

Namaste!

By Astrologer Punit Pandey

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