The system goes to such details as to predict events even on a day-by-day basis or even half-a-day. The term varshaphala means the consequence, effect, or result for one year of the planetary transits at the moment of the solar return. This moment is called the moment of solar return. Such an annual chart was meant to be constructed for every year and examined in detail. Recently, however, the need to resort to annual horoscopy has been increasing in our industrial society where career planning, travel planning, work planning and job planning are done with in a specified time-table of one to, say, five years.
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Tajika Jothishi also referred to as the Varshaphala system, is of Arab or Persian origin. There are three major popular systems of Indian astrology, namely; Parashari, Jaimini and Tajika. The word Tajika itself is of Arab or Persian origin which is a strong indicator of its roots and also its evolution. Tajika Neelakanthi is the main text that this system is based on. So, Varshaphala translates as the fruit of a year.
The annual solar return chart calculated for a person is the Varshakundali. One year is the interval between one solar return and the next. It is the period under consideration for the annual chart. Tajika Jothish gives information on aspects of life called Sahams. There are 52 Sahams in Tajika Jothishi. However, there are no Sahams that refer to house or land.
The key aspect of the chart is the ruler of the year or Varshesha which is a great indicator of the influences which also foretell the events of the year.
This point of solar return may not be the exact birthday of the native. It will usually fall a day or so before or after. Also, the chart for each year is unique to that year. While logically, the Varshaphala cannot predict what the birth chart has not promised it is a very handy supplementary and complementary system to confirm happenings and events. Differences And Similarities Of Tajika Jothishi And Other Systems The Tajika astrology system has many similarities and plenty of differences from the system of natal astrology that is commonly practised.
While other systems are applied to the entire lifespan, Tajika Jothish is only applied for one year. The basics of the planetary and house significations are also the same.
The methods of calculating the natal chart and the Varga charts are also the same. However, the Varga charts though similar are not used the same way. Instead, they are used to read the comparative strengths of the planets to determine the Varshesha or the year lord. Tajika Jothish calculates the speed and also the Deeptamsa which is the degree of influence of a planet. The planet gender attributions are also different in the Tajika system.
They are different from the yoga in the other two systems of astrology. A tri-Pataki map shows the charting of the planets from their birth chart locations to the locations in the Varshakundali.
A sensitive point called Muntha is also calculated. It is usually auspicious in the annual chart. This Muntha has a fixed progression and travels through the entire zodiac once in 12 years. The Dasha systems that can be applied to the Varshakundali are many but two Dasha systems are totally unique to Tajika Jothishi.
Tajika Jothishi – Varshaphala
Books on Tajik Astrology
Tajika-nilakanthi (Jyotish Grantha) with Hindi Translation