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How to judge the Sahams?

Related imageFor everything, judgement of Radix chart has to be made first, and then the Solar Return Chart. Unless a Saham is good at birth, it does not become better in any year. Hence, estimate its worth first from Birth chart and then from the Annual chart. A Saham is good if it falls in good places from the Ascendant and its Sthoola and Sookshma lords are well placed. If badly placed they give bad and if mixed, they give mixed effects. Likewise, the rest of the combinations can be worked out as per general astrological principles.

For the ready reference the table of Sahams is given below. In this table the formula for the day is usually given, except in cases where the night birth formula differs. Otherwise, you must take it for granted that for night births the formula gets reversed. Only the Subtractive and Subtractor elements get reversed, the third Additive element remaining constant for both. 

Note- also some exceptional differential formula in the case of some Sahamas.

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Sl. No.
Shamas
Day or Night
Formula
1.
Punya (Virtue)
D
(Moon-Sun)+Asc.
2.
Guru (Preceptor)
D
(Sun-Moon)+Asc.
3.
Vidya (Learning)
D
"
4.
Yasha (Fame)
D
(Guru-Punya)+Asc.
5.
Bala (Strength)
D
"
6.
Deha (Body)
D
"
7.
Asha (Ambition)
D
(Sani-Sukra)+Asc.
8.
Brathru (Brother)
D&N
(Guru-Sani)+Asc.
9.
Gowrawa (Respect)
D
(Guru-Moon)+Sun
10.
Gowrawa (Respect)
N
(Guru-Sun)+Moon
11.
Raja (King)
D
(Sani-Sun)+Asc.
12.
Tatha (Father)
D
"
13.
Matru (Mother)
D
(Moon-Sukra)+Asc.
14.
Jeevitha (Living)
D
(Sani-Guru)+Asc.
15.
Karma (Vocation)
D
(Kuja-Budha)+Asc.
16.
Roga (Disease)
D&N
(Asc.-Moon)+Asc.

17.
Manmatha (Cupidity)
D
(Moon-Lord of Asc.)+Asc. or if Moon be Lord of Asc.
D&N

18.
Sastra (Science-Vedic)
D
(Guru-Sani)+Buddha
19.
Mritha (Death)
D&N
(VIII Bhava Cusp-Moon)
+ Sani
20.
Artha (Money)
D&N
(II Cusp.-Lord of II Bhava)+Asc.
21.
Anyadara (Other's wife)
D&N
(Sukra-Sun)+Asc.
22.
Vanic (Trade)
D&N
(Moon-Budha)+Asc.
23.
Vivah (Marriage)
"
(Sukra-Sani)+Asc.
24.
Vyapar (Business)
"
(Kuja+Budha)+Asc.
25.
Bandhu (Relative)
"
(Buddha-Moon)+Asc.
26.
Deshanthara
(Foreign land)
"
(IX Cusp.-Lord of IX)+ Asc.
27.
Kanya (Unmarried girl)
"
(Sukra+Moon)+Asc.
28.
Karyasiddhi (Success)
D
(Sani-Sun)+Lord of Rāśi occupied by Sun
N
(Sani-Moon)+Lord of
Rāśi Occupied by the Moon
29.
Paniyapath
(Watery grave)
D
(Sani-Moon)+Asc. (Watery grave)
30.
Ripu (Enemy)
D
(Kaju-Sani)+Asc.
31.
Daridra (Poverty)
D
(Punya-Sahama-Budha)
+Asc
32.
Jaladva
(Journey on Water)
D
(3 Rāśis 15 Degrees-Sani)
+ Asc.
33.
Asva (Horse)
D
(PunyaSahama-Sun)+ X Cusp




Some peculiarities only will be explained here:

1.  Item 16 (Raga Sahama): Here Moon to Ascendant is counted in clockwise order. As one of these two constituents of the Yoga is (Ascendant) the third Additive element Saikatham is not needed.

2.  Item 17 (ManmathaSaham): During Day Revolution it is (Moon- Lord of Asc) + Asc. If per chance Moon becomes the Lord of Ascendant, then this formula reduces itself to (Moon-Moon) + Asc. i.e., mere Ascendant- meaningless. In such case the formula for both Day and Night as given next stands.

3.  Item 19 (MrithaSahama): Counting from Moon to 8th Bhava cusp if the additive element (Saturn) is not situated, add one Rāśi (Saikatham) else not.

4.  Item 32 (JaladvaSahama): The longitudinal distance from Saturn to 15 degrees of Cancer Sign has to be calculated. If the Ascendant is not in this range one Rāśi to be added.

5.  Item 33 (AshvaSahama): Find the distance from the Sun to the point where PunyaSahamam falls in clockwise order. If the 10th cusp doesn't in that range add one Rāśi.

6.  In the above table, formula for the day is given in some cases.

The night formula in such cases will be in the inverse order.

For example, item 33 AshvaSahama during the day is (PunyaSahama-Sun) + X cusp while during night it becomes (Sun-PunyaSahama) + X cusp.

Note it is only the first two elements that get reversed while the third additive elements remain constant at both day and night revolutions.

The rest may be worked out by your ease hereafter.





Dr. Shanker Adawal
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