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Shri Shri Ganapati

Varga * Amza

D-10

Dashamsha * Dashamamsha * Dashans

Dash-aunsh kundali

Karma-Varga

the 1/10th Portion = Tenth Divisional Chart

"fruits of orderliness"

**Accuracy of divisional charts depends entirely on accuracy of birth time.**

Varga charts can be exceptionally useful.

However, if accurate birth time is not available, divisional charts are misleading, and should be ignored.

Anantha

Anantha

BPHS Chapter 6: Shloka 13-14

  • Dashamsha = 3 degrees each portion

"Starting from the same Rashi for an odd Rashi

and from the 9th with reference to an even Rashi,

the 10 Dashamsha, each of 3 degrees, are reckoned.

in case of an odd Rashi,

These are presided over

by the ten rulers of the cardinal directions,

  1. Indra,

  2. Agni,

  3. Yama,

  4. Rakshasa,

  5. Varuna,

  6. Vayu,

  7. Kubera,

  8. Isana,

  9. Brahma

  10. Anantha

It is in the reverse order, that these presiding deities are reckoned,

when an even Rashi is given."

D-10 = Field of Psychic Expectation for Matters of:

Career, Professional Ascendance, Public Dignity, Social Responsibilities, Respect

Dashamsha alone does not define career. 10th navamsha more directly defines the scope of professional duty.

Rather, D-10 providesconfirmation of radix and navamsha significations.

If confirmation of radix/navamsha strength does notoccur in dashamsha,reduce Any career expectations derived from D-1 and D-9.

  • Gracious and abundant planets in dashamsha indicate successful spiritual education in cycles of birth and death.

  • If you have achieved the absolute humility necessary to channel the enormous dignity of divine power, so you will be dignified by a powerful social position.

  • Conflicted planets in dashamsha indicate past-life/subconscious ego-attachment and resistance to acknowledge divine greatness, which will manifest in this life in inadequate social recognition and respect

  • the good news is, as always: if unconsciously-continued patterns arise into consciousness, karma is transformed into wisdom and negative implications of the astrological charts may be reversed.

  • Here is a dashamsha-based career timing analysis

Career, profession, and matters of public worth and prestige

Dashamsha, the tenth divisional varga (D-10), contains more subtle information and clarification of karmaasthana effects from the radix chart.

Pattern Recognition

B.V. Raman said that the vidya of Jyotisha is all about looking for patterns.

  • No single indicator is ever trustworthy in isolation. We need to see repeating influences in order to securely predict an event or distinctive phase within a person's lifetime.

  • The main professional predictors in my experience have to do with the relationships between key career factors in the full set of career charts: radix, navamsha, and dashamsha.

  • These interrelationships determine the career profile and fluctuations in public status.

from Vedic Astrology: An Integrated Approach, by P. V. R. Narasimha Rao

"The 10th house from lagna in D-10 shows one's true conduct in society.

It shows the one's career and the true nature of one's karma (work).

  • The 10th house from AL [arudha lagna] in D-10 shows perceptions about one's conduct in society. It deals more with one's status in career."

Read varga charts 'interactively', in the context of the basis radix chart.

If L-10 = uttama in D-1 but nichha in dashamsha, however gifted one may be, often there is a struggle to balance contradictory public appraisals. The career may vacillate between public estimates of 'success' and 'failure', or the public image may alternate between 'visible' and 'invisible'.

  • By contrast, if L-10 radix is strong in both D-1 and D-10, while the lord of the 10th dashamsha is also auspicious, this is a sure sign of a vibrant and successful career.

  • D-10 must be consulted when predicting results for career, executive or leadership roles in the society, promotions and recognition in the status hierarchy, or matters of public opinion.

Public face and Dignity

D-10 and the socially lawful duty roster

Not everyone has a 'career' with title, but everyone has a public image, social reputation, and level of dignity within one's immediate society.

  • Everyone carries some burden of public responsibility, everyone has some duty roster, and society expects these duties to be conducted lawfully within some scheme of morality and social norms.

  • The public 'face' = public profile = what most people know about one's lawful conduct in matters of personal history, relationships, parents, employment, property management, and all of the other socially regulated publically accountable behaviors.

Significance of graha in D-10 domains:

Although the first instruction = to locate the dashamsha 10th lord and the dashamsha 1st lord in the radix, and to assess their power in radix, as a second step, the dashamsha can be read like a normal chart.

  • As in other charts, Rahu-Ketu amplify and sensitize any graha they contact, and any lagna they occupy.

  • Any D-10 domain which contains one or more graha is likely to have importance in the native 's public life. Look for concentrations of graha within each of the six lagnas

Examples:

  • E.g., significant graha in the D-10's 4/10 lagna = strong public acknowledgement for conduct in the parent and educator roles. Whether the acknowledgement is positive or negative, depends on the nature of the graha(s).

  • E.g., significant graha in the D-10's 6/12 lagna = strong public acknowledgement for conduct in the conflict-policing and sanctuary roles. When bhava-6 is strong in D-10 the native should be professionally involved with conflict, either creating or managing it.

  • Also strong graha in bhava-4 of the D-10 suggest that the public may give special attention to facts regarding the native 's childhood home or upbringing.

    • If the graha is Rahu, read 'unusual, unstable, or foreign' elements in the upbringing.

    • If the graha is uttama-Guru, read wealth and privilege, or a magnificent education. .

Graha in kendra of D-10 and D-1:
  • Significant graha in any kendra of D-10 gives the native an unusually strong public presence.

  • As in the D-1, the more graha in kendra, the more the native is well-known.

  • Typically the nativity with graha in all four kendra of D-10, D-9, and/or D-1 is nationally or internationally known.

  • No graha in D-10 or D-1 kendra suggest that the native is not known outside of their own neighborhood or village.

L-10 radix, D-10 lagnesha

For determining career, by far the most important Graha in D-10 are:

  1. The graha which is the lord of radix bhava-10,and

  2. The graha which is the lord of dashamshalagna

  3. The graha which is the lord of bhava-10 in dashamsha

  4. Shani - for position in large hierarchies

  5. Budha - for public communication skills

First, check the role of the Graha enumerated below. Interactively,check D-1, D-10, and sometimes D-9.

These career significators become temporarily much stronger (for good or for ill) when they are reigning as Vimshottari mahadasha pati or bhukti pat.

Evaluate:

  1. *radix L-10 - its role in D-10

  2. radix L-7

  3. *dashamsha lagnesha - its role in D-1

  4. navamsha lagnesha

  5. lord of radix L-10 in D-9

  6. lord of radix L-7in D-9

  7. lord of radix L-10 in D-10

  8. lord of radix L-7 in D-10

  9. *lord of the10th/D-9, disposition in radix (important component of career profile)

  10. *lord of the10th/D-10, disposition in radix

  11. lords of the D-9 and D-10, disposition in radix

  12. rashi of dashamsha lagna, what house position in radix.

  13. rashi of navamsha lagna, what house position in radix.

  14. Arudha lagna of radix karmaa bhava

  15. The current Vimshottari periods lords

This is a long process.

However, it's the best way I know to extract a useful pattern of career markers from any nativity.

Fifth Dashamsha

According to Pt Narasimha Rao

"The 5th house in D-10, the chart of career, shows the following one has.

  • The world forms an impression about one's following based on the power wielded by one.

  • A political leader in a position of power is assumed to have a lot of following. So A5 [arudha-5] can show the trappings of power enjoyed by one. It can also show awards.".

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