At Astrobix, we welcome everyone who visits our website for any information about Vedic astrology. There are various different texts which explain the origin of Indian or Vedic astrology to many Gods and Saints. However, it is not very certain who was the originator. The most popular astrological classics have been written by Saint Parashara.
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Please help us to share our service with your friends. Share Embed Donate. Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra Chapter 1 The Creation I prostrate before the lotus-feet of Lord Vighneswara, offspring of Uma, the cause of destruction of sorrow, who served by Mahabhutas the five great elements of the universe etc; who has the face of a tusker and who consumes the essence of Kapittha and Jambu fruits.
Offering his obeisance to all-knowing Maharishi Parashar and with folded hands, Maitreya said: "O Venerable Maharishi, Jyotish, the supreme limb of the Vedas, has three divisions, viz. Hora, Ganita, and Samhita. Among the said three divisions, Hora or the general part of Jyotish is still more excellent. I desire to know of its glorious aspects from you. Be pleased to tell me, how this Universe is created?
How does it end? What is the relationship of the animals born on this earth with the heavenly bodies? Please speak elaborately". Maharishi Parashar answered, 'O Brahmin, your query so to say the desire to know of the intricacies of Jyotish has an auspicious purpose in it for the welfare of the Universe. Praying Lord Brahma and Shri Saraswati, His power and consort , and Surya the leader of the grahas, and the cause of Creation, I shall proceed to narrate to you the science of Jyotish as heard through Lord Brahma.
Only good will follow the teaching of this Vedic Science to the students who are peacefully disposed, who honour the preceptors and elders who speak only truth and are God fearing. Woeful forever, doubtlessly, will it be to impart knowledge of this science to an unwilling student, to a heterodox, and to a crafty person. Shri Vishnu who is the lord of all matters , who has undefiled spirit, who is endowed with the three gunas, although he transcends the grip of gunas i. Gunatita , who is the Author of this Universe, who is glorious, who is the Cause and who is endowed with valour has no beginning.
He authored the Universe and administers it with a quarter of his power. The other three quarters of Him, filled with nectar, are knowable only to the philosophers of maturity. The Principal Evolver who is both perceptible and imperceptible in Vasudeva. The Imperceptible part of the Lord is endowed with dual powers, while the Perceptible with triple powers.
All these three forms are endowed with all the three gunas, with predominance of the Gun due to their origin. Ahamkar is of three classes, i. Divine class, sensory organs and the five primordial compounds space, air, fire, water, and earth are respectively from the said three Ahamkaras.
Lord Vishnu,coupled with Shri Shakti rules over the three worlds. The Lord is in all beings and the entire Universe is in Him. All beings contain both Jivatma and Paramatmamshas. Some have predominance of the former, while yet some have the latter in predominance. Paramatmamsh is predominant in the grahas, viz. Surya, etc. Their powers or consorts too have predominance of Paramatmamsh. Others have more of Jivatmamsh. Maitreya: "O Maharishi Parashar, are the incarnations of Vishnu, viz.
Shri Ram, Shri Krishn, etc. Maharishi Parashar: "O Brahmin, the four incarnations, viz. Ram, Krishn, Narasimh, and Varah are wholly with Paramatmamsh. The other incarnations than these, out of the ten have in them Jivamsh too. The Unborn lord has many incarnations. He has incarnated as the 9 grahas Nava Grahas to bestow on the living beings the results due to their Karmas. He is Janardan. He assumed the auspicious form of grahas to destroy the demons evil forces and sustain the divine beings.
All other incarnations than these also are through the grahas. The beings with more Paramatmamsh are called divine beings. The beings with more Jivatmamsh are mortal beings. The high degree of Paramatmamsh from the grahas, viz. After completing the mission, the Paramatmamshas of the respective grahas again merge in the respective grahas.
The Jivatma portions from the grahas take births as human beings and live their lives according to their Karmas and again merge in the grahas. And at the time of Great Destruction, the grahas as well merge in Lord Vishnu.
One who knows of all these, will become versed in the knowledge of the past, present, and future. Without a knowledge of Jyotish these cannot be known. Hence, everyone should have a knowledge of Jyotish particularly the Brahmin. One who, devoid of knowledge of Jyotish, blames this Vedic Science will go to the hell called 'Raurava', and will be reborn blind. Chapter 3 Grah Characters and Description 1. Maitreya: "O Maharishi, you have affectionately explained about the incarnations of grahas.
Now kindly detail their characters and dispositions. Parashar: "O Brahmin, listen to the account of placement of the heavenly bodies. Out of the many luminous bodies sighted in the skies, some are stars; yet some are grahas.
Those that have no movements are the Nakshatras or asterisms. Those are called 'Grahas' that move through the Nakshatras or stellar mansions in the zodiac. The said zodiac comprises of 27 Nakshatras commencing from Ashvini. The same area is divided in 12 parts equal to 12 'Rashis' commencing from Mesh.
The names of the grahas commence from Surya. The rashi rising is known as 'Lagn'. Based on Lagn and the grahas joining and departing from each other, the native's good and bad effects are deducted.
Ashvini 2. Bharani 3. Krittika 4. Rohini 5. Mrigasira 6. Ardra 7. Punarvasu 8. Pushya 9. Aslesha Magha Purvaphalguni Uttaraphalguni Hasta Chitra Swati Vishaka Anuradha Jyeshtha Mula Purvashadh Uttarashadh Shravana Dhanishtha Satabhisha Purvabhadra Uttarabhadra Revati The names of the grahas are given in sloka 10 of this chapter.
Lagna is a very important point in the horoscope. It is the rashi that rises in the east, on the latitude of birth. The apparent rising of a rashi is due to the rotation of the earth on its own axis at a rate of motion causing every degree of the zodiac seemingly ascend on the eastern horizon. Approximately, two hours are required for a rashi to pass via the horizon, thereby every degree taking four minutes to ascend. This duration, however, is actually dependent on the concerned latitude.
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