For the Students of Hindu Vedic Astrology by Dr. A. Shanker

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The third portion of a Rashi is known as Drishkan. Every Drishkan of a Rashi consists of 10 Anshas. The fast Drishkan in the Aries ascendant is of the lord of the ascendant, namely Mass. The second Drishkan from 11 to 20 Anshas is of the lord of the fifth ascendant namely Sun; the third Drishkan from 21 to 30 Anshas is of the lord of the 9th house, namely Jupiter. Likewise, there are Drishkan assigned to every ascendant. Drishkan is also called trigon. In case the inference exceeds by one Ghari through 10 Anshas the second part of the trigon will begin there which goes up to 20

Anshas while the third part consists of Ansha 21 to Ansha 30. To observe the trigger of a particular Rashi the star of a Rashi existing in the birth horoscope in the first part of the trigon will be the lord of that Rashi. Next, its second part which is the fifth Rashi from that Rashi will be the lord of its Rashi, and the third part which is the ninth Rashi from that Rashi will be deemed to be its lord. Suppose we have to observe the trigon of the Tries Rashi. The lord Aries Rashi is Mars. The fifth Rashi from Aries is Leo whose lord is the sum. The lord of the seemed part will he sum. Further, the ninth Rashi from Leo is gagged tarries whose lord is Guitar the lord of the third part of trigon will be Jupiter, and so on. The trigon of each raas is divided on this pattern. Its calculation will be entered in the ‘khatbarg’ in the manner that if Mars of Aries raas is in the birth ascendant the inference of Mars shows 19 Anshas. Had Mars been up to ansh or in the inference less than 10 Anshas it would have been receded in its trigon? Now, when it is more than 10 upto 20 ansh it will go with the second trigon. In the second trigon, there is Leo, the fifth raas from Aies and Sun is the lord of Leo raas. Thus, Mars should be recorded under the trigon of the Sun.

Dr. A. Shanker

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