Various Signs

Graha in various Signs & different Varga effects

Effects of the Sun

1. The Sun in Aries: Should the Sun be in the sign Aries at birth, the subject will be fierce in battles (or leading his disputes) and be endowed with wealth and heroism. He will be skillful in interpreting ancient Shastras, and in speech and deeds. He will be ever after attaining success and will possess a superior history.

If the Sun is past 10 degrees in Aries, then one’s father will have a severe downfall in fortunes soon after the native’s birth. The effects stated for a planet in its sign of exaltation, debilitation and Moola Trikona should not be applied liberally. Good effects will end with the end of degree of exaltation, Moola Trikona etc. and will materialistic in a far lesser ratio thereafter. Similarly malefic effects will decline proportionately once the planet crosses the deep debility point. Take the Sun in Aries who is supposed to give wealth. Suppose in a horoscope, he is in the 12th while Taurus is the ascendant. Then the native will earn wealth but will not be able to retain it for long.

Sometimes even an exalted planet will carry with it certain adverse trends on its own. For example, the Sun in his exaltation space will be ready to cause disorders of blood and bile through the medium of the concerned signifiator; that is blood disorders through the Moon and bilious disorders through Mars.

2. The Sun in Taurus: If the Sun is in Taurus at birth, the native will be fond off scents and garlands and will enjoy happiness concerning food and robes. He will have interest in the science of music, be a owner of sexual pleasures and will possess conveyances of a superior order and many friends.The native will further be ill-related to a widowed female. He will have many enemies, will have a weak-sight due to seeking excessive pleasures and will endure a series of difficulties. There may be childhood danger through stones, water or animals. He will obey the orders of his well-wishers.

 3. The Sun in Gemini: One with the Sun in Gemini at birth will be fond of his kinsfolk and be intent upon performing adventurous deeds. He will enjoy general happiness but be troubled by diseases and be sinful. He will be bereft of orthodox conduct and virtues. one with the Sun in Gemini will be brought up by two mothers. He will have wide educational achievement. He will be attached to his native region, will face impediments to professional pursuits Off and on, and will be a responsible house-holder. He will look after his family members affectionately.
The native will be skillful in gathering wealth but will not easily spend his money. He will have knowledge of astrology and related subjects.
His father would be a very intelligent person but will suffer from disorders of joints, movements and lungs. His sisters will incur some disappointments and liability through marriage.


4. The Sun in Cancer: One with the Sun in Cancer at birth will be a learned person endowed with sweet and skillful speech. He will be modest and will possess good qualities. Various kinds of happiness will come to wed him.
Notes: One with the Sun in Cancer will be prone to incur heart problems, but be long-lived. He will achieve a reasonable degree of success, be ominous for his mother, will achieve honour and position, will face hardships in career, be inimical to paternal kinsfolk, good-looking and will incur the wrath of subordinates and men of eminence. He will be addicted to intoxicants and be unfortunate concerning spouse.
Bad results will increase if the Moon (dispositor ofthe Sun) is in decreasing condition while good results will increase with the Moon in increasing condition.

5. The Sun in Leo: The subject with the Sun in Leo will be in a position to destroy his enemies. He will be highly irascible but be generous in disposition. Exceedingly truthful, he will earn fame for his heroism. He will be ever enthusiastic and strong.One With the Sun in Leo will become famous, will eat meat, be prone to deafness and endowed with riches. He will acquire landed properties.

6. The Sun in Virgo: One with the Sun in Virgo will be thin-bodied and will be less energetic. He will be soft but pitiable in respect of his speech. His heroism will be comparable to that of a female. He will be miserly and interested to blame his elders (or preceptors). The person will further be poor, or will have financial obstacles. He will be a gifted writer and be an expert in music and ancient scriptures.

7. The Sun in Libra: The native with the Sun in Libra will be saddened due to obstacles, decline, pain, expenditure and grief. He will be damaged by evil and mean men. He will himself be mean and be addicted to vices.
Notes: The person having the Sun prior to the space of his deep debility in Libra will lose his father early, be inimical to others, humiliated by men in power, addicted to others’ females and troubled by tuberculosis and urinary disorders. He will ever incur defeats, will be asocial and will be in servitude. If the Sun is past the space of his deep debility, the native will deal in gold, jewellery, copper etc., be honoured by people in power and will himself enjoy a good position.

8. The Sun in Scorpio: One with the Sun in Scorpio will follow the codes prescribed in the Vedas (i. e. the ancient injunctions transmitted orally. He will be fond of women, be endowed with various kinds of wealth, be fortunate, will enjoy kings favours and will conquer his foes. The subject will further be a liar, fond of promoting quarrels and will have a questionable history. He will be associated with questionable women, be unfortunate concerning parents and will incur danger through poison, weapons and fire.
His spouse will have a defective physique and be a wicked female.
The Sun in Sagittarius: One with the Sun in Sagittarius will be agreeable to the ruler, be a great person, will pursue the meanings of the ancient Sastras, be skillful, devoid of contempt for others, be learned and an expert in legal matters.Further, he will receive honours from the king (i.e. government), be wealthy, firm in disposition, skillful in training others in elephant-riding and usage of weapons and will possess broad and stout physique. He will be a well-wisher of his kinsfolk.

10. The Sun in Capricorn: The subject with the Sun in Capricorn at birth will be of destroyed virtues, i.e. be not virtuous. He will be ever interested in performing evil deeds and be less energetic. He will have a dislike for things of beauty. Sun in Capricorn will be bereft of good qualities.
One with the Sun as above will feel excessive thirst, will eat abundantly, be industrious, devoid ofkinsfolk, and be associated with a questionable woman. His progress will be through questionable deeds.
 
I I. The Sun in Aquarius: One with the Sun in Aquarius will possess unchangeable contempt, enmity and anger. He will be indecisive in his deeds, will incoherently chatter, be troubled by expenses, attached to sinful deeds and be ungrateful. The native will further be sometimes happy and sometimes unhappy. He will be fortunate on account of his association with others’ women. He will also incur heart disorders.

12. The Sun in Pisces: The native with the Sun in Pisces will be meritorious, will eliminate his adversaries, will cause happiness to his friends and elders (or teachers), will speak good

Effects of the Sun in Decanates.

The Sun in Own Decanate: Should the natal Sun be in his own decanate, the person will be troubled by many diseases, be mentally agitated, will live in distant lands, be successful, valorous and ever a great person.

The Sun in Moon’s Decanate: Should the Sun at birth be in a decanate ruled by the Moon, the native will be charitable, will become wealthy on account ofhis own people, will not commit sins, be fond of music, will speak to a limited extent, will acquired a spouse of advanced age, be very rich and be dear to others.

The Sun in Mars’ Decanate: If the Sun at birth is in a decanate of Mars, the person will destroy his enemies, will befriend mean people, and will ever incur decline of both progeny and wealth.

The Sun in Mercury’s Decanate: If the Sun at birth is in a decanate owned by Mercury, the subject will follow the codes prescribed for his religion, be attached to pleasures from women, will speak surprising words and be devoted to Brahmins and Gods.

The Sun in Jupiter’s Decanate: One with the Sun in a decanate of Jupiter will be modest, fond of guests, blessed with all good qualities, be learned and be a skillful speaker.

The Sun in a Decanate of Venus: One with a decanate ruled by Venus will be happy, liked by women, will honour gods and preceptors, be devoid of diseases and be very truthful.

The Sun in Saturn’s Decanate: The Sun in a decanate ruled by the Sun at birth leads to the following. The subject will commit sinful deeds, incur diseases, be ungrateful, grieved on account of his progeny, virtuous and bereft Of kinsfolk.

Effects of the Sun in Navamsas

The Sun in Leo Navamsa: If the Sun at birth is in Leo Navamsa, the subject will incur defeat, will not enjoy much happiness, be fond of promoting strife, crooked and trifling in disposition and will lose his (or be bereft Of) dignity.
The Sun in Cancer Navamsa: If the Sun is in the Navamsa of the Moon at birth, the subject will be skillful and be endowed with progeny. He will seek wisdom, fame and wealth and be dear to king. He will be the best among the members of his circle.
The Sun in Aries/Scorpio Navamsa: If the Sun is in a Navamsa ruled by Mars at birth, the subject will be troubled by poverty and diseases, be a discarded person, be miserable, troubled by excess of the humour wind (one of three humours), and interested in sinful acts. He will also incur diseases causedby venomous insects.
The Sun Gemini’Virgo Navamsa: One born with the Sun in Mercurys Navamsa will have fear of windy disorders. He will win over his enemies, be fond of virgins and will pleasures.
The Sun in Sagittarius / Pisces Navamsa: One with the Sun in a Navamsa of Jupiter will be highly truthful, will subdue his enemies, be fond of penance and fire sacrifices (i.e.. Vedic rituals), will subdue his senses and be endowed with all kinds of happiness.
The Sun in Libra/Taurus Navamsa: Should the natal Sun be in Navamsa ruled by Venus, the person will be glorified, be chief among his kinsfolk, prudent, virtuous, will subdue his enemies and be resolute.
The Sun in Capricorn/Aquarius Navamsa: If the Sun at birth be in a Navamsa ruled by Saturn, the subject will be defeated by others. He will be poor, physically weak, lustful, bereft of relatives, will meet a bad end (or be in a bad shape in general) and incur diseases.

Effects of Sun in Dvadasamsa

The Sun in his own Dvadasamsa: If the Sun is in his own Dvadasamsa (i.e. in Leo in Dvadasamsa chart), the person will be very fierce, will fear others, be quite irascible, devoid of strength and wealth, quite skilful and bereft of growth of intelligence.
The Sun in the Moon’s Dvadasamsa: If the Sun is in Cancer in Dvadasamsa, the native will be soft in disposition, will perform good deeds, endowed with learning and modesty, very happy, gracious and be lordly.
 The Sun in Mars’ Dvadasamsa: If the Sun at birth be in Aries or Scorpio in Dvadasamsa, the person will be bereft of near and dear, will incur injuries and confinement, be interested in sinful deeds, untruthful and be argumentative.
The Sun in Mercury’s Dvadasamsa: If the Sun at birth be in Gemini or Virgo in Dvadasamsa, the subject will be highly truthful, endowed with all kinds of happiness, be fond of his guests, agreeable to Brahmins (or to men of learning) and will enjoy others’ patronage (or protection).
The Sun in Jupiter’s Dvadasamsa: If the Sun is Sagittarius or Pisces in Dvadasamsa, the subject will be dear to females, be skillful in the art of music and will enjoy pleasures, rich robes and ointments. He will be very truthful and modest.
The Sun in Venus’ Dvadasamsa: With the Sun in Taurus or Libra Dvadasamsa, the native will be an excellent craftsman (or artist etc.), be virtuous, very charitable, fond of guests, will endure all odds, be very heroic and will enjoy royal honours.
The Sun in Saturn’s Dvadasamsa: If at birth, the Sun be in Capricorn or Aquarius in Dvadasamsa, the subject will be impotent, emaciated, attached to sinful deeds, ungratefult bereft of wealth, will ever wear rags and will incur abundant grief.

Trimsamsa Effects of the Sun

The Sun in Martian Trimsamsa: If the natal Sun is in the Trimsamsa portion of Mars, the native will be wealthy, be not very meritorious, an abode of wealth, be a servant (i.e. be in subordination to others), virtuous, will suffer from many diseases and be associated with kinsfolk.
Notes: Reference to wealth occurs twice in the text.
The Sun in Saturn’s Trimsamsa: If the Sun is in the Trimsamsa portion ruled by Saturn, the person will be interested in performing sinful acts, bereft of wealth, ungrateful, hostile to others and bereft of friendliness.
The Sun in Jupiter Trimsamsa: Ifat birth, the Sun is in Jupite?s Trimsamsa portion, the person will be exceedingly confident, will earn fame, be endowed with heroism, good qualities, and abundant wealth and be interested in the study of Sastras.
The Sun in Mercury’s Trimsamsa: If the Sun is found in Gemini or Virgo in Trimsamsa, the subject will enjoy gold, pearls and robes. He will be fond of women (or spouse) and devoted to gods and will be bereft of foes.
Notes: “Suta” denotes in this case a class of deities though it also means sons.
The Sun in Venusian Trimsamsa: If the Sun occupies Taurus or Libra in Trimsamsa, the native will enjoy fortunes, various kinds of wealth, excellent horses (or conveyances), freedom from diseases and honour those engaged in religious observances, that is, the native will be religiously well-disposed.

The Sun with Mitra Bala: If the Sun gets Mitra Bala, the native will have many friends, will conquer his enemies, be honoured by his kinsfolk, endowed with wealth, corns and sons and Will be agreeable to Brahmins.
Notes: From now onwards, the text gives effects of the Sun attaining certain score in Shadbala divisions. For example, Mitra bala is a part of Sthaana bala or positional strength. A planet gets 1/3rd ofa Rupa (or 20 Virupas) ifit is in a friend’s Rasi. The reader may remember that Mitra Bala comes under “
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A close look at the details of Shadbala computation will reflect the strengths obtained by a planet at different stages.
Such detailed effects for the various planets are given in the present chapter by Bala Bhadra and the reader will understand these terms accordingly in those contexts as well. These clues should be applied to cases of full acquisition of the respective strength and not to partial cases. For example, the Sun with Digbala means the Sun with I Rupa of such strength. It can acquire partial strength with proportional variations.
For the sake of easy identification, I am using the Sanskrit terms only when required in this part of translation.
42. The Sun with Swaksehtra Bala: If the Sun gets strength for being in his own sign, the person will be heroic, a preceptor, be sleepy, highly over-powering, very rich, endowed with elephants and horses and ever truthftil.
Notes: A planet gets half a Rupa for being in own Rasi, under Sthaana Bala.43. The Sun with Uchcha Bala: Ifthe Sun begets Uchcha Bala, the native will be famous, will win over his enemies, be fond of guests, will receive royal honours, be very wealthy, justly disposed and chief among men.
Notes: Uchcha bala is obtained thus. Note a planet’s actual longitude and remove from this its deep debilitation (or Neecha) point. The resultant product be divided by 3 to get Uchchabala in Virupas. Maximum Uchcha bala for a planet is I Rupa.
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44. The Sun with Navamsa Bala: If the Sun enjoys Navamsa bala, the native will ever be charming, endowed with superior garlands, ornaments, much happiness, peaceful disposition, freedom from diseases and be highly virtuous.
Notes: Each ofthe Moon and Venus is entitled to one fourth of a Rupa for their position in an even Rasi. So also when in an even Navamsa. Other planets acquire similar strength if in odd Rasi, again if in odd Navamsa.
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45. The Sun with Beneficial Aspect: If the Sun begets this stipulated strength, the native will be free from diseases, endowed with-prosperity, will gain birth of sons, be honoured by the king and devoted to Brahmins and gods.
Notes: This does not form part of Shadbala as such. Apparently, it indicates the Sun being in powerful aspect to a benefic planet.
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Notes: For this strength, see notes under sloka 44 supra.
The Sun with Digbala: If the Sun is endowed directional strength, the native will acquire various kir wealth, elephants, horses, gems, robes and garlands. H enjoy pleasures and royal honours.
Notes: Digbala or directional strength accrues as under. For the Sun and Mars in the 10th, for Jupiter and Mercury in the ascendant, for the Moon and Venus in the 4th, and for Saturn in the 7th. These are to be seen only from the ascendant which is the commencing direction of the horoscope, ie. eastern horizon, and never and not from the Moon.
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48. The Sun with Cheshta Bala: If the Sun acquires Cheshta bala, the native will follow the path shown by his enemies, (i.e. he will be subdued by them), will have many friends, will remove all his grief and be happy. He will be honoured by his kinsmen.
Notes: Cheshta Bala for the Sun is his own Ayana Bala. As for the Moon, her Paksha Bala is itself her Cheshta Bala. Thus, no separate calculations are required for the luminaries once these relevant strengths are obtained.
As for the other five planets, a reference may made to slokas 24 and 25, ch. 27, Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra, vol. 1, English translation by R. Santhanam.
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49. Dvija Bala: If the Sun gets this stipulated strength the
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Notes: It is not known what this Dvija Bala is. Dvija indicates a Brahmin. This term is applied by the author, only for the Sun and not to others, infra. In fact, this is not part of Shadbala calculations.
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50′ The Sun with Dina Bala: With the Sun getting Dina Bala, the native will be resolute, fortunate, brilliant, largehearted, dear to others, be submissive, will display contempt and will lose his fame.
Notes: Dina, Hora, Paksha, Masa and Varsha balas being discussed in the present verses are part of Kala Bala or temporal strength, vide sloka 8 etc., ch. 27 , Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra, part I, English translation by R. Santhanam.
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The Sun with Hora Bala: If the Sun at birth begets this strength, the native will be famous, endowed with surpriseinstilling heroism, dear to others, will speak favourable words and be heralded by praisers.
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The Sun with Paksha Bala: If the natal Sun is endowed with strength, the native will have a wide circle of kinsfolk, will speak auspicious and charming words, will possess a lot of wealth and be learned, modest, fortunate and attractive.
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The Sun with Masa Bala: With the Sun attaining Masa Bala one will be a shrewd person, and endowed with wealth, horses, many friends, and fame through war. He will be very modest and fond of sexual union.
The Sun with Varsha Bala: If the Sun acquires strength on this coUnt, the subject will perform good acts and deliver auspicious words. He will be inimical to females, devoid of grief, ever energetic and devoted to gods and Brahmins.
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The Sun without Mitra Balas If the Sun is without Mitra bala at the time of birth, the native will be bereft of a spouse, be a tale-bearer, interested in others’ food, hard-hearted, exceedingly poor and be not lustful (i.e. not interested in sexual pleasures).
The Sun without Svakshetra Bala: The Sun without Svakshetra Bala will deprive the person of residence in his own place and ofkinsfolk. The native will be interested in living in faroff places and be in the grip of vices.
The Sun bereft of Uchcha Bala: When the Sun is without Uchcha Bala, the person will be interested in mean people, be troubled by diseases of the face and eyes, be very
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The Sun with Masa Bala: With the Sun attaining Masa Bala one will be a shrewd person, and endowed with wealth, horses, many friends, and fame through war. He will be very modest and fond of sexual union.
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The Sun with Varsha Bala: If the Sun acquires strength on this count, the subject will perform good acts and deliver auspicious words. He will be inimical to females, devoid of grief, ever energetic and devoted to gods and Brahmins.
The Sun without Mitra Bala: If the Sun is without Mitra bala at the time of birth, the native will be bereft of a spouse, be a tale-bearer, interested in others’ food, hard-hearted, exceedingly poor and be not lustful (i.e. not interested in sexual pleasures).
The Sun without Svakshetra Bala: The Sun without Svakshetra Bala will deprive the person of residence in his own place and ofkinsfolk. The native will be interested in living in faroff places and be in the grip of vices.
The Sun bereft of Uchcha Bala: When the Sun is without Uchcha Bala, the person will be interested in mean people, be troubled by diseases of the face and eyes, be very
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The Sun without Navamsa Bala: If at birth the Sun is without Navamsa Bala, the subject will be fond ofquarrels, will face danger through poison, fire, weapon, fever and bilious imbalances. He will neither serve his parents.
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The Sun without Benefic Aspect: If the Sun is without beneficial aspects, the person will be meritorious, will suffer from heart disorders, will wander frequently, be: 64 7/9. will indulge in crimes and be very timid.
The Sun without Ojha Rasi Bala: If the Sun is without Ojha Rasi bala, the native will be bereft of heroism, be surrounded by many, defeated and bereft of kinsfolk, progeny, aims, conveyances, wealth and grains.
The Sun without Digbala: If the Sun is without directional strength, the native will incurharm from all directions, Will tell lies and be averse to honouring gods and Brahmins.
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The Sun without Diva Bala: If the Sun is without Diva Bala, the person will be ever in debts. His valour will be injured. He will be bereft of kinsfolk and will serve others’ wives or women outside his family (i.e. be ill-related to them).
The Sun without Vara Bala: If the Sun is without vara Bala, the person will ever be in rags, be not righteous, be highly fraudulent (or untruthful) and ill-disposed to friends and elders.
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The Sun without Hora Bala: The Sun without Hora Bala will make one a fool. He will be bereft of affection to others, will bear contempt for others and be argumentative. He will be childless and very wicked.
The Sun without Paksha Bala: Ifthe Sun is without Paksha Bala, the native will be ever in grief, devoid of relatives, will lack in courage, be cunning and reproachful.
Notes: “Vigata Prataapa” should read as “Vigata Prataapa” denoting a person withoutcourage as rendered above. “Pralaapa ‘ means incoherent speech while “Prataapa” means courage.
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The Sun without Masa Bala: If the Sun is without Masa bala, the person will be ugly, will eat a lot,•will suffer from diseases and be troubled by thieves and rulers.
The Sun without Varsha Bala: If the Sun is without Varsha bala, the native will be in the grip of penury, will lose a lot of money in gambling be attached to whores.
These are the effects for the Sun’s various dispositions (as per senior Yavanas).