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  Ravi Yogas


Ravi yogas are the solar combinations. There are several yogas based on Sun.

Because Mercury and Venus are with Sun or a sign away from him most of the time, the following yogas are very common in rasi chart. However, they are less common in divisional charts. One can apply these yogas in D-9 and D-10 in particular.

  Vesi Yoga
Definition: If there is a planet other than Moon in the 2nd house from Sun, then this yoga is present. For example, if Sun is in Gemini and Jupiter and Mercury are in Cancer, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga has a balanced outlook. He is truthful, tall and sluggish. He is happy and comfortable even with little wealth.

  Vosi Yoga
Definition: If there is a planet other than Moon in the 12th house from Sun, then this yoga is present. For example, if Sun is in Aries and Jupiter and Venus are in Pisces, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga is skillful, charitable, famous, learned and strong.

  Ubhayachara Yoga
Definition: If there are planets other than Moon in the 2nd and 12th houses from Sun, then this yoga is present. For example, if Sun is in Cancer, Mars is in Leo and Venus is in Gemini, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga has all comforts. He is a king or an equal.

  Budha-Aaditya Yoga (Nipuna Yoga)



Definition: Budha means Mercury, Aaditya means Sun and yoga means  togetherness. If Sun and Mercury are together (in one sign), this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga is intelligent and skillful in all works. He is well- known, respected and happy. Nipuna means an expert.

Note: If Mercury is too close to Sun, he is combust (asta or astangata). Yogas formed by combust planets lose some of their power to do good. This yoga is the most powerful in divisional charts like D-10. In rasi chart also, it can give results if Mercury is not combust. Suppose someone has Sun and Mercury together in Leo in D-10. Then that person has a powerful Budha-Aditya yoga in career. The results will be felt throughout one’s life and the periods of Sun, Mercury and Leo will give those results in particular.

 Chandra Yogas

Chandra yogas are the lunar combinations. There are several yogas based on Moon.

General Guidelines:

(1)                 If Moon is in a quadrant from Sun, then one may possess little wealth, intelligence and skills. If Moon is in a panapara from Sun, then one may possess average wealth, intelligence and skills. If Moon is in an apoklima from Sun, then one may possess a lot of wealth, intelligence and skills.

(2)                 If Moon is in own navamsa or that of an adhimitra (good friend), that is good. In such a situation, aspect of Jupiter on Moon beings wealth and comforts in the case of daytime birth (respectively). The same result is given by Venusian aspect on Moon in the case of night birth. On the other hand, Jupiter’s aspect on Moon in a night birth and Venusian aspect on Moon in a daytime birth are detrimental to one’s wealth and comforts.

(3)                 If all the natural benefics occupy upachayas (3rd, 6th, 10th and 11th) from Moon, one has great wealth. If two benefics occupy upachayas from Moon, the native has medium wealth. If only one benefic occupies an upachaya from Moon, the native has little wealth.




  Sunaphaa Yoga
Definition: If there are planets other than Sun in the 2nd house from Moon, this yoga is present. For example, if Moon is in Gemini and Jupiter and Mercury are in Cancer, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga becomes a king or an equal. He is intelligent, wealthy and famous. He has self-earned wealth.

  Anaphaa Yoga
Definition: If there are planets other than Sun in the 12th house from  Moon, this  yoga is present. For example, if Moon is in Aries and Jupiter and Venus are in  Pisces, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga becomes a king with good looks. His body is free from disease. He is a man of character and has great reputation. He is surrounded by comforts.

  Duradhara Yoga
Definition: If there are planets other than Sun in the 2nd and 12th houses from Moon, this yoga is present. For example, if Moon is in Cancer, Mars is in Leo and Venus is in Gemini, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga enjoys many pleasures. He is charitable. He owns wealth and vehicles. He has good servants.

  Kemadruma Yoga
Definition: If there are no planets other than Sun in the 1st, 2nd and 12th houses from Moon and if there are no planets other than Moon in the quadrants from lagna, this bad yoga is present. For example, if lagna is in Taurus, Moon is in Virgo, no planets other than Sun in Leo, Virgo and Libra and no planets in Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius, then this yoga is present.



Results: One born with this yoga is unlucky, bereft of intelligence and learning and afflicted by poverty and trouble. This bad yoga kills the results of other good yogas in the chart, especially Chandra yogas. One with this yoga has to work hard and succeed through great efforts.

  Chandra-Mangala Yoga

Definition: If Moon and Mars are together (in one sign), then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga is worldly wise and materially successful. He may earn money through unscrupulous means. He may treat mother or other women badly.

  Adhi Yoga
Definition: If the natural benefics occupy 6th, 7th and 8th from Moon, this yoga is present. For example, if Moon is in Taurus, Mercury and Jupiter in Virgo and Venus is Leo, then this yoga is present.

Results: One born with this yoga becomes a king or a minister or an army chief, depending on the strength of the planets involved.

  Pancha Mahapurusha Yogas


Pancha means five and mahapurusha means a great person. Pancha mahapurusha yogas give the combinations that produce 5 kinds of great persons.

There are 5 basic elements of which this universe is  made of. These are called  pancha bhootas (five existences) or pancha tattvas (five natures). They are:

·         Agni tattva (fiery nature)
·         Bhoo tattva (earthy nature)
·         Vaayu tattva (airy nature)
·         Jala tattva (watery nature)
·         Aakaasa tattva (ethery nature)




Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Venus and Jupiter (respectively) represent these 5 elements. Pancha mahapurusha yogas produce five kinds of great persons with one of these 5 elements playing a predominant role in their personalities.

  Ruchaka Yoga

Definition: If Mars is in a quadrant in own sign or exaltation sign, it is called Ruchaka yoga. In other words, Mars should be in Ar, Sc or Cp and he should be in 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th from lagna. This yoga does not apply from Moon and it applies mainly in rasi chart. As an example, a native with lagna in Li and Mars in Ar will have this yoga.

Results: One born with this yoga is a great man of fiery nature. He has a lot of enthusiasm. He is a natural leader. He loves to fight wars and he is victorious over enemies. He is discriminative and a devotee of learned people. He is well-versed in occult sciences. He has good taste. He is always successful.

  Bhadra Yoga

Definition: If Mercury is in a quadrant in own sign or exaltation sign, it is called Bhadra yoga. In other words, Mercury should be in Ge or Vi and he should be in 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th from lagna. This yoga does not apply from Moon and it applies mainly in rasi chart. As an example, a native with lagna in Ge and Mercury in Vi will have this yoga.

Results: One born with this yoga is a great man of earthy nature. He is lion-like. He is learned in all respects. He has a good build of body and a deep voice. He has sattwa guna. He knows yoga well. He is always surrounded by relatives, friends and family and enjoys his wealth with them. He maintains cleanliness in everything and he is very systematic. He has a spirit of independence. He is religious.

  Sasa Yoga

Definition: If Saturn is in a quadrant in own sign or exaltation sign, it is called Sasa yoga. In other words, Saturn should be in Cp, Aq or Li and he should be in 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th from lagna. This yoga does not apply from Moon and it applies mainly in rasi chart. As an example, a native with lagna in Cp and Saturn in Li will have this yoga.





Results: One born with this yoga is a great man of airy nature. He is rabbit-like29. He is wise and enjoys wandering. He is comfortable in forests, mountains and forts. He is valorous and has a slender build. He knows the weaknesses of others. He is lively, but has some vacillation. He is charitable.

  Maalavya Yoga

Definition: If Venus is in a quadrant in own sign or exaltation sign, it is called Malavya yoga. In other words, Venus should be in Ta, Li or Pi and he should be in 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th from lagna. This yoga does not apply from Moon and it applies mainly in rasi chart. As an example, a native with lagna in Ge and Venus in Pi will have this yoga.

Results: One born with this yoga is a great man of watery nature. He emits a lustre akin to moonlight. He enjoys tasty food. He has luxuries. He has excellent health. He is well-versed in arts.

  Hamsa Yoga

Definition: If Jupiter is in a quadrant in own sign or exaltation sign, it is called Ruchaka yoga. In other words, Jupiter should be in Sg, Pi or Cn and he should be in 1st, 4th, 7th or 10th from lagna. This yoga does not apply from Moon and it applies mainly in rasi chart. As an example, a native with lagna in Sg and Jupiter in Pi will have this yoga.

Results: One born with this yoga is a great man of ethery nature. He is swan-like30. He has spiritual strength and purity. He is respected by everyone. He is very passionate. He becomes a king. He has all comforts. He enjoys life fully. He is a clever conversationalist and endowed with good speech.

  Naabhasa Yogas


Naabhasa yogas are classified celestial combinations. These are classified as follows:




29 “Sasa” means a hare or a rabbit.
30 “Hamsa” means a swan.





Aasraya Yogas (3): Rajju, Musala and Nala yogas
Dala Yogas (2): Maalaa, Sarpa yogas
Aakriti Yogas (20): Gadaa, Sakata, Sringaataka, Vihangama, Hala, Vajra, Yava, Kamala, Vaapi, Yoopa, Sara, Sakti, Danda, Naukaa, Koota, Chatra, Chaapa, Ardhachandra, Chakra and Samudra yogas
Sankhya Yogas (7): Veenaa, Daama, Paasa, Kedaara, Soola, Yuga and Gola yogas.

Results of other yogas may be felt primarily during the dasas of the planets and signs involved. But the results of Naabhasa yogas are felt in all dasas.

  Aasraya Yogas

Aasraya means dwelling or asylum. Aasraya yogas are based on the signs occupied by planets. If all the planets are in movable signs or in fixed signs or in dual signs, these yogas arise.

Rajju Yoga: If all the planets are exclusively in movable signs, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga likes to travel. He has good looks and flourishes in foreign countries. He is cruel. Rajju means a rope.

Musala Yoga: If all the planets are exclusively in fixed signs, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga has honor, wisdom and wealth. Kings like him. He is famous. He has many children. He has a firm spirit. Musala means a pestle.

Nala Yoga: If all the planets are exclusively in dual signs, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga has a poor physique. He accumulates money. He has good looks and helps relatives. He is skillful.

  Dala Yogas

Maalaa Yoga: If three quadrants are occupied by natural benefics, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is always happy. He has nice clothes, vehicles, luxuries and friendship of many women. Maalaa means a garland.

If a malefic also occupies one of the quadrants, this yoga may not operate well.



As an example, let us say lagna is in Ar, Jupiter is in Cn, Venus is in Cp and  Mercury is in Li. This gives Maalaa yoga.

Sarpa Yoga: If three quadrants are occupied by natural malefics, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is miserable, unhappy, cruel, poor and dependent on others for food. This is a very bad combination. Sarpa means a serpant.

If a benefic also occupies one of the quadrants, this yoga may not operate well.

As an example, let us say lagna is in Sc, Mars is in Ta, Rahu is in Le and Ketu is in Aq. This gives Sarpa yoga.

  Aakriti Yogas

Aakriti means a shape and the many of these yogas are based on the shape of the arrangement of planets in a chart. In all these yogas, Rahu and Ketu are not counted as planets by many authors.

Gadaa Yoga: If all the planets occupy two successive quadrants from lagna, this yoga is formed. For example, this yoga is formed if all the planets occupy 4th and 7th (or 10th and 1st). One born with this yoga possesses wealth, gold and gems. He performs yajnas (sacrificial rites). He knows sastras (sciences) and songs. Gadaa means a mace or a bludgeon.

Sakata Yoga: If all the planets occupy 1st and 7th houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga suffers from diseases. He has ugly nails. He is foolish. He doesn’t have friends and family. He lives pulling carts. Sakata means a cart.

Vihanga Yoga: If all the planets occupy 4th and 10th houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga loves to wander. He works as a messenger. He likes sex. He has no shame and he likes to quarrel. Vihanga means a bird. Some authors call this Vihaga yoga.

Sringaataka Yoga: If all the planets occupy trines (1st, 5th and 9th) from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is happy and liked by kings. He has a noble wife and hates women. He is wealthy. Sringaataka means a cross-road junction.  It  has some other popular meanings too.





Hala Yoga: If all the planets occupy mutual trines but not trines from lagna, this yoga is formed. In other words, if all the planets are in 2nd, 6th and 10th or if all the planets are in 3rd, 7th and 11th  or if all the planets are in 4th, 8th  and 12th, then this  yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes a farmer. He eats a lot of food. He is poor. He is deserted by friends and relatives. He is unhappy and worried. Hala means a plough.

Vajra Yoga: If lagna and the 7th houses are occupied by natural benefics and the 4th and 10th houses are occupied by natural malefics, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is happy in the early and late parts of life. He has valour. He is not  fortunate, but he has no desires either. He fights. Vajra means a diamond.

Yava Yoga: If lagna and the 7th houses are occupied by natural malefics and the 4th and 10th houses are occupied by natural benefics, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga observes religious rules. He is happy in the middle part of life. He has wealth and good children. He is charitable. He is strong-minded. Yava means a grain among other things.

Kamala Yoga: If all the planets are in quadrants from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes a king. He has a strong character. He is famous  and long-lived. He is pure and performs many good deeds. Kamala means a lotus.

Vaapi Yoga: If all the planets are panaparas or in apoklimas, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga has a mind capable of amassing wealth. He has all comforts. He becomes a king. Vaapi means a pond or a water tank or a well.

Yoopa Yoga: If all the planets are in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga has spiritual knowledge and knowledge of yajnas (sacrificial rites). His wife is with him always. He has sattwa guna. He observes all the religious rules. Yoopa means a pillar and in particular a sacrificial post.

Sara Yoga: If all the planets are in 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga makes arrows. He heads prisons. He is a hunter. He eats meats. He tortures people. Sara means an arrow.

Sakti Yoga: If all the planets are in 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga are unhappy, poor, unsuccessful, unworthy,  lazy,



long-lived and firm. They have sharp minds in war. Sakti means energy and it is also a powerful weapon.

Danda Yoga: If all the planets are in 10th, 11th, 12th and 1st houses from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga lose wife and children and their people will desert them. They are unhappy and serve mean people. Danda means a stick used to punish people.

Naukaa Yoga: If all the planets occupy the 7 signs from lagna, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga make money on things related to water. They have many desires. They are well-known. They are wicked, rough and miserly. Naukaa means a ship.

Koota Yoga: If all the planets occupy the 7 signs from the 4th house, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes a jailer. He is a liar. He lives in hills and forts. He is poor and cruel. Koota means a group. It has several other meanings.

Chatra Yoga: If all the planets occupy the 7 signs from the 7th house, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga will help his people. He is kind and liked by many kings. He is intelligent. He is happy in the early and late parts of life. He is long- lived. Chatra means an umbrella.

Chaapa Yoga: If all the planets occupy the 7 signs from the 10th house, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes a liar, thief and a protector of secrets. He wanders in forests. He is unfortunate. He is happy in the middle part of his life. Chaapa means a bow.

Ardha Chandra Yoga: If all the planets occupy the 7 signs starting from a panapara or an apoklima, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes an army chief. He has a good physique. Kings like him. He is strong and possesses gems, gold and many ornaments. Ardha Chandra means half-Moon.

Chakra Yoga: If all the planets occupy 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th houses, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga becomes a great emperor. Diamond-studded crowns of many kings touch his feet (i.e. many kings prostate before him). Chakra means a wheel. Chakravarti means an emperor.




Samudra Yoga: If all the planets occupy 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th houses, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga owns a lot of wealth and many gems. He  has luxuries. He likes people. Their fortune and greatness are stable. They are soft- natured. Samudra means a sea or an ocean. Samudra is also the name of the God of Ocean, who has a lot of wealth and many gems with him.

  Sankhya Yogas

Sankhya means a number. Sankhya yogas are based on the number of distinct signs occupied by the seven planets combined. Rahu and Ketu are not included. As an example, let us take the chart of Lord Sri Rama (see Figure 1). The signs occupied  by the seven planets are: Ar, Ta, Cn, Li, Cp and Pi. There are six signs. This forms Daama yoga, as can be seen below.

These yogas apply if no other Naabhasa yogas mentioned previously are applicable  in a chart. These are the least important of all Naabhasa yogas.

Veenaa Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 7 distinct signs among them, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga likes music, dance and songs. He has many servants. He is wealthy, skillful and a leader of men. Veenaa is a stringed musical instrument. This is also called Vallaki yoga by some authors.

Daama Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 6 distinct signs among them, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is very rich and famous. He has many children. He has many gems. He helps others. Daama means a wreath. Some authors call this Daamini yoga.

Paasa Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 5 distinct signs among them, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga has the risk of being imprisoned. He is capable in his work. He is talkataive. He has many servants. He lacks character. Paasa means a noose.

Kedaara Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 4 distinct signs among them,  this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is an agriculturist. He is happy wealthy and helpful to others. Kedaara means a field.



Soola Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 3 distinct signs among them, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is sharp, lazy, violent, poor, prohibited and valiant. They win accolades in wars. Soola is Shiva’s weapon.

Yuga Yoga: If the seven planets occupy exactly 2 distinct signs among them, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is a heretic. He is poor and discarded in the world. He is irrelegious. He has no happiness from children and mother. Yuga means a pair.

Gola Yoga: If the seven planets are in one sign, this yoga is formed. One born with this yoga is strong, poor, dirty and uneducated. He is always sad. Gola means  a sphere or a globe.

  Other Popular Yogas


Some other important combinations will be listed below. Sometimes the results of a dasa may be felt even if all the required combinations are not present. But, for a yoga to be fully present, all the required combinations must be present and the participating planets must be strong.

Subha Yoga: If lagna has benefics or has “subha kartari”31  – benefics in 12th  and 2nd
then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga has eloquence, good looks and character.

Asubha Yoga: If lagna has malefics or has “paapa kartari” – malefics in 12th  and 2nd
then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga has many desires. He is sinful and enjoys the wealth of others.

Gaja-Kesari Yoga: If (1) Jupiter is in a quadrant from Moon, (2) a benefic planet conjoins or aspects Juputer, and, (3) Jupiter is not debilitated or combust or in an enemy’s house, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is famous, wealthy





31 Kartari literally means “scissors”. The 12th and 2nd houses from a house cast kartari on it. If the 2nd and 12th from a house have benefics, it is said to have a subha (benefic) kartari. Malefics in the same places cause paapa (malefic) kartari. Subha kartari on any house does good to the matters of that  house and paapa kartari does harm. Subha kartari and paapa kartari are also known as “subha kartari yoga” and “paapa kartari yoga” and they can be seen with reference to any house or planet.




and intelligent. He has great character and he is liked by kings. For virtuousness and ever-lasting fame, this is a key yoga.

Some authors consider Gaja-Kesari yoga to be present even when Jupiter is in a quadrant from lagna and not Moon. If he is strong, this yoga can be present even without a benefic’s aspect or conjunction.

Guru-Mangala Yoga: If Jupiter and Mars are together or in the 7th house from each other, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is righteous and energetic. His energies are channelled in dharmic paths.

Amala Yoga: If there are only natural benefics in the 10th house from  lagna or  Moon, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga has ever-lasting fame. He is respected by kings. He has luxuries and he is virtuous. He helps others. Amala means pure. Because the 10th house shows one conduct in society, situation of only benefics there makes one’s conduct in the society very pure.

Parvata Yoga: If (1) quadrants are occupied only by benefics and (2) the 7th and 8th houses are either vacant or occupied only by benefics, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is fortunate, eloquent, famous, charitable, easy-going and likes humour. Parvata means a mountain.

Kaahala Yoga: If (1) the 4th lord and Jupiter32 are in mutual quadrants and (2) lagna lord is strong, then this yoga is present. Alternately, this yoga is present if the 4th lord is exalted or in own sign and the 10th lord joins him. One born with this yoga is strong, bold, cunning and leads a large army. He owns a few villages. Kaahala means excessive. It also means mischievous.

Chaamara Yoga: If the lagna lord is exalted in a quadrant with Jupiter’s aspect or two benefics join in 7th, 9th or 10th, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is a king or someone respected by kings. He is long-lived, scholarly, eloquent and learned in many arts. Chaamara means something akin to the plume on the head of a horse. By waving it, servants give relief to kings from heat (like a fan). It basically stands for the trappings of power.






32 Some say “9th lord” instead of Jupiter



Sankha Yoga: If (1) lagna lord is strong and (2) 5th and 6th lords are in mutual quadrants, then this yoga is present. Alternately, this yoga is present if (1) lagna lord and 10th lord are together in a movable sign and (2) the 9th lord is strong. One born with this yoga is blessed with wealth, spouse and children. He is kind, pious, intelligent and long-lived. Sankha means a conch shell.

Bheri Yoga: If (1) the 9th lord is strong and (2) 1st, 2nd, 7th and 12th houses are occupied by planets, then this yoga is present. Alternately, this is yoga is present if
(1) the 9th lord is strong and (2) Jupiter, Venus and lagna lord are in mutual  quadrants. One born with this yoga is blessed with wealth, spouse and children. He can be a king. He has fame and character. He is virtuous and religious. He enjoys pleasures. Bheri means a kettledrum.

Mridanga Yoga: If (1) there are planets in own and  exaltation signs  in quadrants and trines and (2) lagna lord is strong, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is a king or an equal and he is happy. Mridanga is a rich and elegant percussion instrument popular in south India.

Sreenaatha Yoga: If (1) the 7th lord is exalted in 10th33 and (2) 10th lord is with 9th lord, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga becomes a great king equal to Indra – king of gods. Sreenaatha means the lord of great wealth and prosperity. It also means Vishnu.

Matsya Yoga: If (1) benefics are in lagna and 9th, (2) some planets are in 5th, and,
(3) malefics are in chaturasras (4th and 8th houses), then this yoga is present. One  born with this yoga becomes an astrologer or a seer. He is a personification of kindness, character and intelligence. He is strong and good-looking. He is famous and learned. He is a tapasvi (austere pursuer). Matsya means a fish.

Koorma Yoga: If (1) the 5th, 6th and 7th houses are occupied by benefics who are in own, exaltation or friendly signs and (2) the 1st, 3rd and 11th houses are occupied by malefics who are in own or exaltation signs, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga becomes a king. He has piety and character. He is happy, helpful and famous. Koorma means a tortoise.







33 If this is to be applied strictly, 7th lord can be exalted in 10th only for Sagittarius lagna.




Khadga Yoga: If (1) the 2nd lord is in the 9th house, (2) the 9th  lord is in the 2nd  house, and, (3) lagna lord is in a quadrant or a trine, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is skillful, wealthy, learned, happy, fortunate, intelligent, grateful and mighty. Khadga means a sword.

Kusuma Yoga: If (1) lagna is in a fixed sign, (2) Venus is in a quadrant, (3) Moon is in a trine with a benefic, and, (4) Saturn is in the 10th house, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga becomes a king or an equal. He is charitable. He is endowed with pleasures and happiness. He is a leader of his community. He has character and scholarship. Kusuma means a flower.

Kalaanidhi Yoga: If (1) Jupiter is in the 2nd house or the 5th house and (2) he is conjoined or aspected by Mercury and Venus, then this yoga is present. One born with this yoga is endowed with character, happiness, good health, wealth and learning. He is respected by kings. Kalaanidhi means a treasure of arts and skills.

Kalpadruma Yoga: Consider (1) lagna lord, (2) his dispositor, (3) the latter’s dispositor in rasi and (4) in navamsa. If all the four planets are all in quadrants, trines or exaltation signs, then this yoga is present. An example will make this clearer.

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