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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Tara bal


Tara” means star and “bala” means strength. When Vedic Astrologers refer to Tara Bala, they are referring to the placement of the planets in certain Nakshatras from that of the Moon.Different constellations from the constellation of natal Moon stand for different things, as shown in Table 15. If a planet is in a bad tara in its transit, it cannot give its full results. If dasa lord and antardasa lord as per Vimsottari dasa are in bad taras, bad results can be expected.
Taras
Constellation (from natalMoon’s constellation)
Name
Meaning
1st, 10th, 19th
Janma Tara
Birth (mixed)
2nd, 11th, 20th
Sampat Tara
Wealth (good)
3rd, 12th, 21st
Vipat Tara
Danger (bad)
4th, 13th, 22nd
Kshema Tara
Well-being (good)
5th, 14th, 23rd
Pratyak Tara
Obstacles (bad)
6th, 15th, 24th
Saadhana Tara
Achievement (good)
7th, 16th, 25th
Naidhana/Vadha Tara
Death (bad)
8th, 17th, 26th
Mitra Tara
Friend (good)
9th, 18th, 27th
Parama Mitra Tara
Best friend (good)
Taras are also used in muhurtas. At the time of an auspicious effort or when a new project is launched, transit Moon should not be in a bad constellation with respect to the natal Moon’s constellation.
Special Nakshatras/Taras
In addition to the above general classification, we have a few special nakshatras for each person:
(1) The constellation occupied by natal Moon is called Janma nakshatra. Janma means “birth” and this nakshatra shows general well-being.
(1) The 10th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Karma nakshatra. Karma means “profession” and this nakshatra shows profession and workplace.
(1) The 18th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Saamudaayika nakshatra. Saamudaayika roughly means “related to a crowd” and this nakshatra shows group activities.
(1) The 16th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Sanghaatika nakshatra. Sanghaatika roughly means “belonging to group” and this nakshatra shows group/social activities.
(1) The 4th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Jaati nakshatra. Jaati roughly means “community” and this nakshatra shows one’s community. To be more correct, one’s jaati shows people who belong to the same class, nature and profession.
(1) The 7th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Naidhana nakshatra. Naidhana means “death” and this nakshatra shows death and suffering.
(1) The 12th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Desa nakshatra. Desa means “country” and this nakshatra shows one’s country.
(1) The 13th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Abhisheka nakshatra. Abhisheka means “coronation” and this nakshatra shows power and authority. This is also called Raajya nakshatra (kingdom).
(1) The 19th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Aadhaana nakshatra. Aadhaana means “epoch/conception” and this nakshatra shows well-being of family.
(1) The 22th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Vainaasika/Vinaasana nakshatra. Vainaasika means “destructive” and this nakshatra shows one’s destruction.
(1) The 25th constellation from janma nakshatra is called Maanasa nakshatra. Maanasa means “mind” and this nakshatra shows one’s mental state.
Benefics or malefics situated in these constellations in their transit bring good or bad results related to the area covered by the nakshatra. However, it should be kept in mind that the results will be with respect to the native. For example, malefics transiting in desa nakshatra may not ruin one’s country. After all, any country has almost the same number of people with desa nakshatra in each constellation. When many malefics are transiting in desa nakshatra, one may be driven away from one’s country or start hating one’s country. Similarly, many malefics transiting in jaati nakshatra may alienate one from one’s community. Many benefics transiting in karma nakshatra may give success at workplace. This is how these special nakshatras should be used. Sometimes, using these nakshtras gives special insights that cannot be gained by looking at any divisional chart.
Meanings of the Nine Tara:
Tara #1: This is the Janma Nakshatra, the Nakshatra of the natal Moon including the other two Nakshatras who have the same planetary ruler as the Moon. Description: Beginnings, ideas, body. The Janma Nakshatra is equivalent to the Lagna (Ascendant). Planets here have a marked influence upon the appearance and personality.
Tara #2: Sampat Nakshatra, the 2nd Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler as the Moon. Description: Accomplishment, good care of responsibilities, wealth, receptivity.
Tara #3: Vipat Nakshatra, the 3rd Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. This relates to the 3rd House. Description: Hindrance, prevention, death, self-will, hard work, travel, siblings, competition
Tara #4: Kshema Nakshatra, the 4th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. This Tara relates to the 4th and 5th Houses. Description: Things that create security, property, home, security of progeny and creativity.
Tara #5: Pratyak Nakshatra, the 5th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. Relates to the 6th House. Description: Averted, missed. Obstacles. Conflict, enemies.
Tara #6: Sadhaka Nakshatra, the 6th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. This Tara relates to the 7th House. Just as our spouse completes us and is useful to us and helps our life become more efficient, so does the 6th Tara manifest these specific qualities. Perfecting, useful and efficient
Tara #7: Vadha Nakshatra, the 7th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. This Tara relates to the 8th House. Description: Slayer, destroyer, destruction, change.
Tara #8: Maitra Nakshatra, the 8th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. Relates to the 9th and 10th Houses. Description: Friendly, helpful, dharmic, dutiful, actions, what the person gives to the world.
Tara #9: Parama Maitra Nakshatra, the 9th Nakshatra from the Moon and from all Nakshatras ruled by the same planetary ruler of the Moon. This Tara relates to the 11th House. Description: Best or highest, most useful, producing a lot of good in life.
As an example, think of the Taras in this way: if Venus is in the second Nakshatra from the Janma Nakshatra, then the person will create and grow wealth in their life through the use of Venusian qualities, such as art, music decoration or comforting. If Venus was in the third Nakshatra (Vipat), then there would be a lot of competition within the person’s love life. If Venus is in the 4th Nakshatra from the Janma Nakshatra then the person derives security from art, music, romance, etc. The native will have a beautiful home and love to create beautiful things. Do you get the idea? The 3rd, 5th and 7th Taras produce challenges and create obstacles and setbacks. The 9th Tara is the best and yields excellent results. The ruler of the 9th Tara, the planetary ruler of the Param Maitra Nakshatra and any planets within the 9th Tara will yield extremely beneficial results in its dasas and bhuktis. The 1st, 2nd,4th, 6th, and 8th Taras will also give good effects.
  1. Janma (Birth) Tara – The Janma (birth star) Nakshatra, the 10th from Janma nakshatra also known as Karna nakshatra and the 19th from Janma nakshatra known as Adhana nakshatra constitute this Tara.
  2. Sampat Tara – The 2nd the 11th and the 20th Nakshatras counted from Janma nakshatra constitute this Tara.
  3. Vipat Tara – The 3rd, the 12th and the 21st stars counted from Janma nakshatra constitute this Tara.
  4. Kshema Tara – The 4th, the 13th and the 22nd Nakshatras counted from the janama nakshatra constitute this Tara.
  5. Pratyak Tara – The 5t, the 14th, and the 23rd nakshatras from Janma nakshatra constitutes this Tara.
  6. Sadhaka Tara – The 6th, the 15th, and the 24th nakshatras from Janma nakshatra constitutes this tara.
  7. Nidhana Tara – The 7th, the 16th, and the 25th nakshatras from the Janma nakshatra constitutes this tara.
  8. Mitra Tara – The 8th, the 17th and the 26th nakshatras from Janma nakshatra constitute this tara.
  9. Ati or Parama Mitra Tara – The 9th, the 18th and the 27th nakshatras from Janma nakshatra constitutes this tara.
 
Tarabalam table
  • Try to find Daily nakshatra found above in top row.
  • Try to find your Janma Namshatra from the left handside column.
  • Find the both intersecting block.
  • That's your Tarabalam
  • If the color is yellow or value indicated are 1,3,5,7 then they are not good.
  • If the color is green or value indicated are 2,4,6,8, or 9 then they are very good.
Example:
  • My Nakshatra(Birth star) is Ashwani and today's star is Jyestha . Hence my tarabalam is 9 (good). But my birth star is Revati and today's star is Magha so my tarabalam for today will be: 2 (Very good).
  • Let's take second example: My star is Uttara Shadha (U.Shadha) and today's star / nakshatram is Ashwini so my tarabalam will be 8 (very good). But if my star was Ashwini and today's star was U.Shadha my tarabalam will be 3 (Bad).




Daily Nakshatra / Star from panchangam
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J
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N
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S
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Janam nakshatra
Ashwini
Bharani
Kritika
Rohini
Mrisgashirsh
Ardra
Punarvasu
Pushya
Ashlesha
Magha
P.Phalguni
U.Phalguni
Hasta
Chitra
Swati
Vishakha
Anuradha
Jyestha
Moola
P.Shadha
U.Shadha
Shravan
Dhanishtha
Shatabhisha
P.Bhadra
U.Bhadra
Revati
Ashwini
Magham
Moolam
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
Bharani
P.Phalguni
P.Shadha
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
Kritika
U.Phalguni
U.Shadha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
Rohini
Hasta
Shravan
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
Mrigashirsh
Chitra
Dhanistha
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
Ardra
Swati
Shatabhisha
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
Punarvasu
Vishakha
P.Bhadra
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
2
Guru
3
Kuja
Pushya
Anuradha
U.Bhadra
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Sh
ani
2
Guru
Ashlesha
Jyestha
Revati
2
Guru
3
Kuja
4
Ravi
5
Rahu
6
Sukra
7
Budha
8
Chandra
9
Ketu
1
Shani
  • The above table is divided into three groups of nakshatras known as a Navakam.
  • While deciding muhurthas in case the the tara balam happens to be bad(1,3,5 and 7) and the tara falls in First Navakam for Janma Tara, Second Navakam for Vipat Tara, and Third Navakam for Pratyak Tara and in any Navakam for Naidhana has to be discarded.
  • Muhurthas are possible even during the bad tarabalam by doing suitable dosha pariharam.
  • Tarabalam is a basic step in calculating muhurtha.
  • Other factors like panchaka bala, calculation of muhurta chart is very important.
  • If muhurtha chart is strong and required planets are positioned well it counters all doshas.
  • This does not replace the judgement of a professional astrologer but uses it as an aide.
Pariharam for Taradosham
  • For Janma Tara: Saka Danam--Yellow Pumpkin,Leafy Vegetable,
  • For Vipat Tara: Jaggery Danam
  • For Pratyak Tara: Salt Danam
  • For Naidhana Tara: Should be avoided. If inevitable Tila Sahita Suvrana Danam(Seseme seeds+Gold)
·         Meaning of tarabalam is explained in following table.
1
 2
     3
     4
   5
  6
  7
  8
   9
Janma
 Sampatha
   Vipatha
    Kshema
  Pratyaka
 Sadhana
   Naidhana
   Mitra
   Paramitra
Not Good
 Very good
   Bad
   Good
  Not Good
  Very Good
   Totally Bad
   Good
   Good

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