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In this paper, some illustrative charts will be studied in light of above points, and it
would take a complete book to explain each and every combination in Karakamsa chart.

Devotion – Ishta Devata
Though this scribe doesn’t want to discourage the Parasara Navamsa chart for Karakamsa
results, but an humble attempt here is made to show the efficacy of the Jaimini Navamsa
chart to understand the Karakamsa chart.

Sage Jaimini gave rare combinations to know devotion (Devata Bhakti) aspect of the native
vide the sutras from 1‐2‐71 to 1‐2‐85. The 12 th house from Karakamsa Lagna shows the
devotion (Bhakti) of the native and Jaimini gave specific combinations for different forms
of Istha Devata. The benefic influence on 12 th house indicate the person attaining the mukti
and vice versa. Krishna Mishra extended those combinations further and mentions that
Devata Bhakti from 5 th house of Yogada Planet. The efficacy of this wonderful Jaimini
System will be proved with some illustratious charts.

Yoga For Attainment of Moksha, The Final Goal

Sage Jaimini listed in his Upadesa Sutras that benefic planet in 12 th house and more
specifically Ketu in the 12 th house leads to Moksha.

उ े शभु े शभुलोकः

केतौ कैवं

When Karakamsa Lagna falls in Sagittarius and Ketu in 12th, the chances of native attaining
the higher lokas is certain. Krishna Mishra further extends that the native will attain
moksha in this incarnation if these combinations occur in benefic signs.

Sage Jaimini lists out the importance of the sign in 12 th house of the Karakamsa vide the

िया चापयोः िवशषेणे १‐२‐७३
kriy c payo vi e e a 1‐2‐73

Translation: If the 12 th house falls either in Pisces or Cancer or Aries or Sagittarius indicates
the person attains final emancipation.

The above principle can be further extended for 12 th falling in Scorpio yet for a lesser result.

Example: Srila Chaitanya Mahaprabhu

Reference: The Spiritual Dimensions of Vedic Astrology, Robert Koch, Page No. 369


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(Note: The horoscope was generated using an open source software modified by the scribe. This
software is targeted mostly towards Jaimini system. The Savayava Hora Lagna (SHL) and Ghatika
Lagna (GL) calculations are based on Jaimini Sutramritam and Jataka Sarasangraha by Raghava
Bhatta. TL in the charts shows Tara Lagna, which was erroneously taken as Shri Lagna by some
scholars. Phalaratnamala gives the calculation of Shri Lagna, which is, in fact, connected, to Venus
and Moon sign lord. I hope now readers could understand why Shri Lagna is important for prosperity
and Venus (Goddess Lakshmi), the Karaka for it)

Srila Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Krishna, a great
Vaishnava Saint of 15 th century in eastern India. He is emotionally attached to Lord Krishna
in Madhura Bhakti and often falls into the ecstasy of Love with Him.

Karakamsa in Parasara Navamsa chart falls in Aquarius as Saturn being Atmakaraka. Mars
and Sun in 3 rd , Venus and Rahu in 4 th , Moon in 8 th , Mercury and Jupiter in 9 th and Ketu in
10 th house. Moon in 8 th house never been praised by Jaimini literature. Though, malefic
planets in 3 rd house are a welcome combination, not for Sainthood.

In contract, look at the Jaimini Navamsa chart. Karakamsa Lagna falls in Sagittarius
Navamsa and Saturn being Atmakaraka with benefic aspect of Moon. In fact, Moon as
Poornargala with no virodhargala, aspecting Atmakaraka itself is pravrajyayogaa for a Saint.
Ketu in the 12 th house in watery sign with aspect of exalted Sun and Mercury indicate the
highest order of spirituality in the native. Mercury in 5 th house with Sun gave him the

knowledge in Mimamsa

Sastra and Vedanta respectively and he defeated most of his
contemporary scholars. Full Moon in 10 th house aspecting the Karakamsa Lagna with
wonderful Argala proves the native’s ecstasy towards Godhead. Sage Jaimini speaks in his
Upadesa sutras vide

पणू शुयोभगी िवाजीवी च 
pūrṇendu śukrayorbhogī vidyājīvī ca

It is a branch of Vedanta philosophy highlighting the importance of ritualism. In this context,

Mimamsa means “Solution of problems by reflection and critical examination”.

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