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Naabhasa Yogas

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

  • 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 longlived. Chatra means an umbrella.

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.

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.

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.

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 softnatured. 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 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. 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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