Monday, 23 December 2013

Nakshatra Tara Chakra

Tara Chakra in Astrology is used to identify which nakshatras are favorable for a person and which are not. In Tara Chakra system, 27 nakshatras are divided into 9 categories: Janma, Sampat, Vipat, Khesma, Pratyeri, Saadhak, Vadha, Maitree, Aadhi-Maitree.

Vipat, Pratyeri and Vadha nakshatra create difficulties in life.  So, the planets that are in the vipat, pratyeri and vadha are not auspicious.

Janma Nakshatra is the nakshatra of the moon at the time of birth.
The nakshatra after the janma nakshatra is sampat nakshatra.
The nakshatra after sampat  is vipat and so on.
The 9th nakshatra is Aadhi-maitree.
 After that is again janma. And the cycle contunes till 27 nakshatras.

For example, if a person is born on Ashwini nakshatra, the janma nakshatra is Ashwini. The nakshatra after that, bharni, is sampat. The nakshatra after that, kruttika, is vipat. See table below for all details:


Tara Chakra
Nakshatra 1
Nakshatra 2
Nakshatra 3
Nakshatra Lord
1
Janma
Ashwini
Magha
Mool
Ketu
2
Sampat
Bharni
Poorva Phalguni
Poorva Shadha
Venus
3
Vipat
Kruttika
Uttara Phalguni
Uttara Shadha
Sun
4
Kshema
Rohini
Hasta
Sharavan
Moon
5
Pretyeri
Mruga
Chitra
Dhanishtha
Mars
6
Saadhak
Adra
Swati
Shatataraka
Rahu
7
Vadha
Punarvasu
Vishakha
Poorva Bhadrapada
Jupiter
8
Maitree
Pushya
Anuradha
Uttara Bhadrapada
Saturn
9
Adhi-Maitree
Ashlesha
Jyeshtha
Revati
Mercury

Note:
As seen from the above example, all thejanma nakshatra belong to the same planet, ketu here. All the sampat nakshatra belong to venus. All the vipat nakshatra belong to sun. And so on ….

Hence the planets of the Vipat, Pratyeri and Vadha nakshatras create difficulties. 

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