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How to make inference about the Moon?


The way of making inferences about the Moon has been described in the previous pages. The amount of Nakshatra passed up to Janmm Tithi (time of birth), namely the target time, has Bhayaat i.e. Nakshatra Sangya. The whole Nakshatra is called Bhabog.

In case the Isht, namely the target time is less than the Nakshatra of that particular day then the Nakshatra of the previous day will be deducted from 60 Ghari. The remainder will be divided into two parts. One will represent the Nakshatra of the target time while the other shows the Isht namely the target time. The point where Nakshatras have gathered is Bhuhog or the whole Nakshatra and the point where the Isht (birth) time has gathered will be Bhayyat (previous Nakshatra).

In case Isht (the target time is more than the Nakshatra of that particular day deducting the Nakshatra of that day from the target time will be Bhaygot (previous Nakshatra) Sangya. By reducing the Nakshatra of that day from 60 Gharis and adding the Nakshatra of the next day to the remainder will make Bhabog (whole Nakshatra) Sangya.

Example of Inference of Moon

Since on 4 Asoj Sambat 1983, our Janam Tithi (time of birth or target time) is 50 Ghari and 5 Pal and on the same day, DhanIshta Nakshatra is 50 Gahri Ander 17 Pal as per the above rule our Isht, namely the target time, is less than the Nakshatra of that day. Therefore, let Sharvan Nakshatra of the previous day namely Saturday which is 55 Ghari 13 Pals be deducted from 60 where 4 Ghari and 47 Pal will remain. These will be put in two parts separately. On one side we put our Isht (the target time i.e 50 Ghari, 5 Pals where 54 Ghari 52 Pals become bhayyat. On another side we add the Nakshatra of the day of target time i.e 4 Ghari 17 Pal to 4 Ghari 47 Pal to make 55 Ghari 4 Pal which is Bhabog. Further, let the Gharis of Bhabog and Bhayyat be multiplied by one by 60 and the total be converted into Pals. Subsequently, the multiplication of the Pals of Bhayyat by 60 and the division of the Pals of Bhabog will lead to the derivation of the first digit. Again, multiplication of the remainder by 60 and division of the Pals of Bhabog will yield the second digit. Still, again, multiplication of the remainder by 60 and division of the Pals of Bhabog will yield the third digit. Likewise, digits are to be derived till the third place and further remainders are to be left out. Then, counting from Ashni Nakshatra to the Isht (target time) whatever is the number of Nakshatra multiply it by 60 and add it to the digits of the first degree. Later, put the next digits of two degrees one after another. Then multiply the digits of all the three grades by 2. If the product is greater than 60 add the quotient obtained by dividing the products by 60 and the digits of the second and the third degrees. Subsequently, divide the digits of the first degree by 9 and keep the quotient separate while the remainder will be multiplied by 60 and will be divided by 9 after adding to it the digit of the second degree. Put the quotient on the place next to it multiply the remainder by 60 and collect together the digits of the third degree to be divided by 9 while the quotient will be placed in the third degree and the remaining missed will be left out.

Likewise, the digits are to be counted up to three degrees or stages. Now, the quotient obtained by dividing the digits of the first degree by 30 will be the Rashi of the lunar inference and the rest will be Ansh. In contrast, the earlier number of the second and the third degrees will be counted towards Kula and Bakula Names and Order of Nakshatras.

The number of Nakshatras is 28, recorded in the prevalent almanac in terms of Ghari and Pal. However, one of these 28 Nakshatras, namely Abihigat is not treated as fast-moving. The other 27 Nakshatras are counted in a sequence in the almanac. Greeks call it the phases of the Moon where all planets rotate at their scheduled time. The name and time with Ghari and Pal of every Nakshatra are recorded in the prevalent almanac. Their timings are calculated from Sunrise.

Dr. Shanker Adawal,
www.ShankerAdawal.com,
www.ShankerStudy.com

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