Bhavartha Ratnakara

Bhavartha Ratnakara


1. Lagna – Aries – Taurus – Gemini – Cancer – Leo – Virgo  – Libra – Scorpio – Sagittarius – Capricorn – Aquarius – Pisces 2. Dhana yogas – Combinations for poverty – Education – Tastes and speech 3. Brothers 4. Fortune, luxuries and children 5. Enemies and diseases 6. Seventh house 7. Health and longevity 8. Fortunate combinations 9. Rajayogas 10. Combinations for dips in sacred waters 11. Combinations for death 12. Results of dasas 13. Ordinary combinations 14. Grahamalika yogas 15. Planetary rulerships, etc.

Chapter 1



1. A Sun-Moon combination confers rajayoga 2. Venus is a maraka 3. Jupiter becomes a maraka if he occupies Capricorn 4. A Jupiter-Saturn association doesn’t confer a rajayoga 5. An Aries native will have fear of diseases (especially smallpox), weapons and injuries 6. If Mars conjoins Mercury, death by brain disease occurs in his dasa and bhukti 7. This is the only lagna where it’s great if the 2nd lord is in the 12th; this isn’t the case with any other lagnas 8. A Mars-Venus combination can be both favorable and fatal 9. Mars, when conjoined with Jupiter and Venus in Taurus, becomes a yogakaraka 10. If the above combination occurs in Gemini, there isn’t any yoga 11. If Mars conjoins Jupiter in Cancer, he becomes a yogakaraka 12. Mars will prove a benefic during his dasa if he’s in Leo 13. Jupiter in Aquarius won’t automatically give good results in his dasa 14. A Mercury-Mars combination in Virgo gives the native skin diseases, eruptions and wounds. 15. The native will possess self-earned wealth if Mars and Venus are in Libra 16. Mars, if in conjunction with Sun and Venus in Scorpio, will confer some fame 17. There’s a special yoga produced when Mars, Sun and Jupiter are in Sagittarius, with Venus  and Saturn in Libra 18. Venus confers a rajayoga if he’s in lagna with the Sun and unaspected by Jupiter 19. Sun will become a yogakaraka when aspected by Jupiter; the same can’t be said for Venus when she is aspected by Jupiter 20. A Sun-Mercury-Venus combination in Aquarius is a fortunate combination, with all three conferring riches during their dasas and bhuktis 21. When Sun is in lagna and Moon in Cancer, the native enjoys a rajayoga 22. A Sun-Jupiter-Venus combination in Capricorn helps the native enjoy dips in holy rivers like the Gaìgä


1. Neither is Saturn a yogakaraka, nor do Sun and Mercury confer any fortunes if they’re in lagna 2. If there’s a Mars-Jupiter combination in Capricorn or Rahu is in Aquarius, the native enjoy dips in holy rivers like the Ganga 3. Moon is capable of producing a yoga when posited in Leo and aspected by either Jupiter or Mercury 4. Mars, when in 7th, is a benefic. If Sun and Jupiter are conjoined in Pisces, long life is indicated 5. A Jupiter-Mercury association causes dhana yoga 6. The above dhana yoga is destroyed if either planet is aspected by Mars 7. There will be debts during Mercury’s dasa if there’s an association between Mars, Jupiter and Mercury 8. Jupiter’s dasa will give mixed results whereas Mars’ dasa gives wealth. If Mercury is in a quadrant, the native is blessed with happiness during its dasa 9. If Mercury and Venus are in lagna and Jupiter is in Scorpio, Mercury dasa will be fortunate 10. If Mars and Venus are in lagna, and Jupiter is in Capricorn, both Mercury’s and Jupiter’s dasas will be fortunate 11. If Saturn, Mercury and Mars are in Capricorn, and Rahu in Pisces, the native enjoy dips in holy rivers like the Ganga during the dasas of Mars and Rahu 12. If Moon and Venus are in Libra, with Jupiter and Mercury in Pisces, Jupiter dasa will cause a dhana yoga 13. Lots of wealth are indicated in the Venus dasa 14. Moon in lagna isn’t very auspicious, and will afflict other dhana yogas present in the chart 15. The native becomes very fortunate if Moon is in the lagna of any sign other than Taurus


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