Different Types of Yoga/Dosha Formed By Jupiter
by GEETA JHA
Jupiter is mild, temperate, warm and phlegmatic in nature. . It personifies the minister, preceptor, judge and things related to treasury. It is responsible for high administrative and political positions, teaching, and law, financial and advisory roles in the native’s life. When it is strong in a horoscope it bestows happiness, intelligence and knowledge of sacred texts to the native. The yoga/dosha formed by Jupiter has tremendous strength to affect the life of a person.
Jupiter in own sign/exaltation sign, occupying a quadrant forms Hamsa yoga. The native will be very famous, politician, minister, advocate, and judge, owner of enormous wealth, very knowledgeable and live up to 85 years.
Jupiter in its own/exaltation sign, placed in trine/quadrant from moon. This is a very auspicious yoga.
The native will be very prosperous, high officer, good landed assets, conveyance and other worldly facilities, chief of organization and having long life.
Guru Chandal yoga:
Jupiter and Rahu combined in a house; forms guru chandal yoga.this yoga produces inauspicious results. This makes the individual depraved and inclined him to indulge in socially and morally unethical activities. The native may be cursed by guru/mentor/teacher in his past life.
Jupiter and Ketu combined in house, forms yogini yoga. This is a mystical yoga indicating exuberant passion, spiritual powers and deep insight of the native. This yoga also indicates the practice of some secret mystic rituals and techniques by native in past lives.
Ascendant lord is in exaltation and Jupiter in its mooltrikona sign associated with lord of 2nd house go-yoga is formed.
This yoga gives elite background to the native besides happiness, prosperity and high social status.
Akhand samrajya yoga:
In Taurus/Leo/Scorpio/Aquarius ascendant, Jupiter as the lord of 5th/11th house gives this yoga. Long life with affluence is predicated.
Ashta Laxmi yoga:
Rahu posited in 6th and Jupiter in quadrant produces this yoga. This yoga is responsible for prosperity and happiness in the life.
Exalted lord of ascendant in quadrant, aspected by Jupiter/two benefice planets posited in 1st/7th/10th house. The native will be a renowned scholar, orator, in government service, having royal favour, and long life.
Jupiter, Venus and lord of 2nd posited in 9th house makes Dharma yoga. It makes the native rich, charitable, brave, fond of warfare, and commander of an army.
Jupiter in 2nd/5th and aspected by mercury or Jupiter is associated with mercury and Venus Kalandhi yoga is formed. Native born in this yoga is great politician, favoured by government, having all types of worldly pleasures and facilities.
Jupiter in 9th house, lord of 9th in 7th house and the Moon associated with Jupiter, makes Nabhi yoga which is responsible for many auspicious events in the life, accumulation of enormous wealth and recognition from higher authorities is indicated.
lord of 9th house posited in 3rd house, aspected by Jupiter, makes Nagendra yoga which gives nice character and excellent physique to native, a happy and prosperous life is guaranteed.
Lord of ascendant and Jupiter posited in 4th house, ascendant is aspected by a benefice and moon is associated with the lord of 7th, makes Nasir yoga, the native born with this yoga have charitable and compassionate disposition, well built body, get fame after the age of 33.
Jupiter/Venus is debilited or Jupiter is debilited /in inimical sign posited in 6th/8th house, makes Daridra yoga. In this yoga the native will have to face poverty, troublesome, quarrelsome periods in life, he will becomes mentally retarded, greedy.
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