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Home Documents beej sphuta. Post on Nov views. Beeja is the seed of the male and Kshetra is the bed of the woman.
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In other words Beeja and Kshetra represent, not exactly the sperm and the ovum, but the element that really makes the male and female fluids fertile. When the Beeja male is weak and Kshetra female is strong, then children may be born late in the life after undertaking the necessary remedial heej. The strength to cause pregnancy is controlled by the Sun lord of vitality in general. Venus governs the seminal fluid. These two must have favourable positions in the horoscope particularly in odd signs.
Similarly, in the case of a female, Mars governs the nature of blood and the Moon controls the strength to bear children. These gguia planets should preferably occupy even signs. In case of a male, add together the longitude of Sun, Venus and Jupiter. Expunge multiples of degrees. The sign arrived at indicates what is called Beeja Sphuta or longitude of seed. Similarly in a female beeh add together the longitude of Mars, Moon and Jupiter. The Ephemeris used in JHL or the Algorithm used for calculations has a minor error when calculating degrees.
I am using Raman Ayanamsa with the option 1 Degree 27 Minutes and 1 Second less than Lahiri to arrive at a close approximation of actual degrees against Standard Ephemeris. The error is less than 1 Second, however the software does not allow fractional corrections. Learned members beejj not agree to my findings, I bow my head to their wisdom and experience.
I am mentioning the horoscopes of the Husband and Wife below: TOB Hrs Faridabad: In Rasi Sagittarius is occupied by Jupiter and Rahu. Gulika from the 2nd house aspects the 3rd house Sagittarius that has Beeja Sphuta.
As we can see the Kshetra in Rasi is in the 1st house Ascendant. In Navamsa the Kshetra is in Capricorn but Saturn also occupies this sign. Coming back to our Case Husband: Birth time is Hrs, Sunrise: Birth time isSunrise: Divided by 24 we get birth time as In the Husbands horoscope, the lord of the 5th house Saturn is Retrograde and in the 8th house.
It receives the aspect of Gulika and Mandi. The 5th lord from the Moon is again Saturn. According to Classical Texts if Jupiter is in Sagittarius, birth of progeny is delayed.
In the female chart the lord of the 5th house Venus is vanquished in greh yuddh. It also receives the aspect of Saturn from the 3rd house. Jupiter and Mandi both occupy the 5th house in Navamsa. Kshetra Sphuta in the wifes horoscope is with Saturn in Navamsa.
Lord of the 6th and 5th are in Greh yuddh, with the lord of the 5th being vanquished. There are several points in the respective horoscopes to deny children. There are plus points too. The Beeja Sphuta is conjoined with Jupiter in Rasi. Presence of Jupiter in the female charts Navamsa 5th house is good. However in my own humble view, the birth of children is also dependant on ruling Dasa periods and yearly transit of planets.
In sensitive cases such as the one presented for study, both the Dasa periods and Transit planets play a vital role in giving progeny. An opportunity to beget a child may present itself in while Jupiter; the great benefic will be in Libra. In the husbands horoscope he will be in Ascendant, while in the wifes case it will be the 5th house itself. The ruling Dasa period of the husband will be Jupiter-Saturn to In gkia wifes case the ruling Dasa period will be Moon-Moon to However slim a chance this maybe, but it sure holds guiia good promise.
I am not analysing these horoscopes from Ashtakvarg, or Jaimini point of view. Results and giia may vary. More learned members might not agree to my opinions. I am not too bright at mathematics either, and old friend Murphy has been bej friend since I began learning. I still have some grey matter left to tide over, till Murphy claims his hand over me!!!!! I am using the principles and calculations as mentioned in various texts by Raman Associates, namely Gulika: Divide the day duration by 8.
Each division Khanda has a different lord. The Ascendant degree arrived at erecting a horoscope defined by the beginning of Saturns Khanda on a day defines the Gulikas position.
In the husbands case, the day duration is Since the birth is on Friday, the Gulikas time is reckoned at beginning of 2nd Khanda, which is Sunrise time 6: This gives Gulika as In the wifes case the day duration is Minutes; each Khanda is equivalent to Since the birth is on a Sunday, the Gulikas time isreckoned at beginning of the 7th Khanda, which is Sunrise time 5: If the day duration is 30 Ghatis or MinutesMandis degree is arrived as the Ascendants degree by erecting a horoscope at particular time on each weekday.
If the day duration is different from minutes the Mandis time is calculated proportionately. In husbands case, the day duration is The weekday is Friday. Mandi on Friday day time rises at 6 Ghatis or minutes after sunrise.
Since the day duration is less, the Mandis position is beeej at the Ascendant degree at This gives Mandi as Mandi on Sunday day time rises at 26 Ghatis or minutes after Sunrise.
Since the day duration is more than minutes; Mandis position is reckoned at Unless JHL is based on a different Ganitha!!!!
Maybe some learned member can add to my knowledgeTanvir wrote: Dear Balaji Ji, Absolutely no experience in this concept! What can not happen, can never happen. Which is mine, is forever mine. Thursday, October 14, 9: Beeja sphuta, Kshetra sphuta, and Putra tithiTanvir ji and Partha Sarathy ji, Recently, there was a query from a woman on JR, who was having difficulty concieving even after four years of marriage. I told her that I would help her with the calculations which would increase the possibilities of bearing children.
The same is given below.
My Math is terrible, and I wish that one or both of you should have a look at it to ensure that what I say is correct. I would request Meenu ji to ignore this post until it has been verified guai at least one of you.
It is for this reason that I have deliberately chosen not to address this message to her. To save time typing out the text, I am reproducing the relevent entry from aryabhatt. Calculations relating to the possibility of having an offspring.
Three important sphutas are considered in this regard: Beeja sphuta is obtained by adding the longitude of Sun, Venus and Jupiter in the husband’s chart.
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The sum indicates a sign and its Navamsa. If both of these are in odd signs, virility is present and the chances of an offspring are good. If both are in even signs, virility and the chance of progeny are both absent. If one is odd and the other is even, the progeny may be delayed. Kshetra sphuta is worked out by adding the longitudes of Jupiter, Moon and Mars in the wife’s natal chart. If the sign and Navamsa thus obtained are both in even signs, fertility and chances of progeny are assured.
In case both are in odd signs, the progeny will be delayed or even denied. If one is odd and the other is even, there may be a delay but the progeny can be expected. Putra tithe sphuta is decisive in progeny prediction. It is determined as follows: Multiply the longitudes of natal Moon and Sun separately by 5, subtract the result obtained from Sun from that of Moon, and convert the result into degrees, minutes, etc.
Divide it by