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  • 1. Delineation ofDelayed Matrimony Based on Natal Horoscope By P.V.Ramana Charyulu (M.A. Jyotisham (External) in 1999 -2001)As partial fulfillment of post graduation degree M.A.(Jyotisham) Under Potti Sri Ramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad Under the departmental guidance of Prof. Dr. C.V.B. Subrahmanyam M.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor and head of the department Director In-Charge, Jyotisham Gorasa Veerabhadra charyulu M.A., Lecturer Department of JyotishamPotti Sri Ramulu Telugu University Department of Jyotisham 1999-2001
  • 2. This is to certify that P.V.Ramana Charyulu, has worked for hisCompilation on the topic entitled "Delineation of Delayed Matrimony Based onNatal Horoscope" in the academic year 2001. The above titled Compilation is done under my supervision andguidance. This Compilation makes a distinct advance on scientificlines in the above subject and the findings are highly significant atthe evaluation and have considerably contributed to the presentknowledge of the subject. I am fully satisfied with his original work and hereby forwardthe Compilation for the evaluation of adjudicators. Prof. Dr. C.V.B. Subrahmanyam M.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor and head of the department Director In-Charge, Jyotisham
  • 3. Acknowledgement By the grace of Lord Sri Venkateswara, I am able to submit this astrological work"Delayed matrimony a delineation " I pay my respectful homage to my revered father(late) Sriman P.V. Rangacharyulu alias MANNAR who was there in the field of astrologyfor more than four decades. My father initiated me in to this noble science of astrologyand made it a way of thinking. I humbly offer my salutations to Dr. Sri. C.V.B. subrhamanyam, M.A., M.A. Ph.D.Professor and Head of the Department Director in charge Jyotish Vibhaga P.S.R.Tuniversity and to Sri Gorasa Veerabhadracharyulu M.A., Lecturer Jyothishayam. Iremain thankful for their valuable suggestions and guidance in my study of this M.A.Jyothisham course and in presenting this paper on delayed marriages. This is the place where I could express my heart felt thanks to my friendDr.K.Siva Rama Prasad M.D. (Ayurveda) Reader in D.G.M. Ayurvedic Medical CollegeGadag, who is a guiding force behind me to accomplish the study of astrologytraditionally and scientifically. I pay my respectful homage to the venerable soul of (Late) Sri K. S. KrishnaMurthy, whose system and Readers inculcated in me knowledge and art of predictingevents in natal and Horary horoscopes. Veteran astrologers of Hyderabad like Sri P.V.K. Punneswara Rao, Sri V. V. Rao andSri Sivala Subrahmanyam influence me and I follow their way of thinking in astrology. I am lucky enough to have a lot of near and dear to encourage me in myastrological pursuits I thank all the people, who encouraged me by extending their moralsupport to the noble cause of astrological practice. Finally and forever I remain thankfulto my wife and children for their cooperation. Peesapati Venkata Ramana Charyulu
  • 4. Contents of"Delineation of Delayed Matrimony Based on Natal Horoscope" By P.V.Ramana Charyulu, (M.A. Jyotisham (External) in 1999 -2001)  Introduction  Literary review  Data and Observations  Discussion and Conclusion  Summary  References and Bibliography
  • 5. Introduction Astrology is a science, which deals with planetary effect on human affairs rightfrom cradle to grave. In this long sojourn one is expected to enjoy or suffer in thepursuance of the four main endeavors i.e. charthurvidha purusharthas out of whichmarriage is the best of all pertains to kama. While analyzing a horoscope one is inclined to verify the matrimonial side of thenativity. Jyotish shastra helps to analyze and consider the nativity with reference to thefour main pillars of the human endeavor, i.e. the Purusharthas namely,  Dharma  Artha  Kama  Moksha
  • 6. To achieve the Moksha the ultimate goal of human life one has to accomplish theother three preceding Purusharthas. One is supposed to enter the Grihastashrama andcontribute to the society by way of generating the human race. Then only a person isentitled to Vanaprasta. In pursuance to establish the family he has to learn and earn theDharma and Artha. Jyotish shastra throws light in each and every sphere of human affairs. It helps indelineating matrimony in ones life. Sociological foundations reveal the institution of thesociety is a result of the growth and development of the institution of the marriage.Prehistoric period At one time there was only consummation of matrimonial life among the humanraces. And at the another stage there used to be city halls like places, where men andwomen used to folk together (Plato). Mohanjadaro and Harappa excavations reveal the construction of housesconsists of bedrooms and bathrooms. It proves that in grater India the institution ofmarriage as old as 3000 to 5000 BC. In the past Dharmashastra determined as(+¹]õ´É¹ÉÉÇiɦɴÉäiÉ EòxªÉÉ ) the age of marriage of a girl as eight years as per the norm.Scientifically a boy attains Veerya (Shukra - the Semen) from the age of sixteen years.But "Sharada marriage act" introduced in India prevents early marriages, which wasImposed by the Smruthi of ancient India. It was prescribed by the India marriage act, as the minimum age 18 years for agirl and 21 years for a boy to have a legal marriage and conjugation. There by it is established that a marriage celebrated before to 18 years as earlymarriage and beyond 25 years as a delayed marriage. Present study of the randomlyselected horoscopes with the subject of delay in the matrimony is analyzed with commonprinciples of Jyotish Shastra.
  • 7. Systems of marriage Amongst Aryans there were eight forms of marriage, where as these differamongst the other civilized nations. They are viz. Swayamvaram, Gandhrvam,Rakshasam, Barhaspatyam, Prajapatyam, Manusham, etc. Swayamvaram is practicedby to select a suitable spouse by their own in the presence of parents if not in thepresence of parents it becomes Gandharvam. Gandharvam can be claimed as lovemarriage in the present society. Rakshasam is a forcible matrimony by groom to bride,resembles the elopement after kidnap. Prajapatyam is in vogue in the present society. It is said as the path to producechildren by acceptable methodology of the society and undergone matrimony in thepresence of parents and elders, where both pledge to be together and not deviating thestipulated Dharma, Artha and Kama, by the society. In the present day society also selection of partner could be classified into twocategories one is love marriage and the other is an arranged one. Arrange marriage isout of negotiations by parents considering caste, colour, creed, education and economicstatus etc. Pursuance of modern education and settling down in a profession would becompleted around the age of 25years. In the Western world divorce and remarriages are more frequent and prevalent,where as In the Eastern world it is less frequent and prevalent. Standard works inJyotish Shastra attribute the combination and permutation of certain planetary positionsto the -  Early marriage  Delayed marriage  2nd marriage or two marriages (Dvikalatra yoga)  3rd marriage or three marriages (thrikalatra yoga)
  • 8. Early marriages are legally banned and scientifically not advised. Still childmarriages see light here and there in certain sects of the society. 2nd and 3rd marriage onaccount of loss or divorce of the spouse are there in the societies but polygamy isbanned by all most all religions except a few in the society. Assessment of matrimony in a horoscope helps the native to have a decisiontowards determination of education, foreign tour, etc. In case of a tie in between the twoi.e whether to wait for the wedding to come up or to proceed on higher studies pendingmatrimonial negotiations. Since marriage is a social and biological need is delay in celebration of marriagenaturally leads one into dejection hence astrologer is expected to make through searchin the horoscope and guide the consulting public properly.
  • 9. Literary review Standard works in Jyotish Shastra attribute the combinations and permutations ofcertain planetary positions to the early marriage and delay in marriage, second marriageor two marriages, third marriage or three marriages. Institution of matrimony as beenunder going many reforms, as such polygamy or dual marriages is extinct. Except incase of certain religions and specific conditions. Incidence of divorce and remarriage aremore frequently reported in the western world then in the eastern world. In India also in the wake of reforms widow remarriages are encouraged. To copeup with results of child marriages, now that marriageable age has been fixed asminimum 18 years for girl and 21 for the boy. Marriages celebrated beyond age of 25years in either case are classified as delayed marriages. Standard principles in the Astrology are applied in the selected horoscopes.Marriage is celebrated in delayed youth or in improper age is discussed elaborately inthis chapter. First of all we have to know the proper age of marriage rules along with thedelayed. In these rules which are promising the early marriage or at the proper age arenot seen in the horoscope we can draw a conclusion that this leads to the delayedmarriage.
  • 10. The rules for the marriage in proper age if (according to Hindu system)  Moon and Venus occupy the fruitful signs; Taurus - Cancer - scorpion - Pieces and Sagittarius  If the 7th cusp falls in any of these signs  Jupiter or Venus occupies the houses 2 -7 or 11  Jupiter is conjoined with Moon in 1 -5 -10 -11  Venus is conjoined with Moon in 1 -5 -10 -11  Moon as well as Venus are not aspects by Saturn but are stronger then Saturn  Lord of Lagna is conjoined with the lord of seven in a favorable house  Lord of Lagna and lord of seven are in 3 - 11 -5 to each other  Ninth lord or Benefics occupy 2 - 7 - 11 counted from Lagna and Rasi  Houses 2 - 7 -11 have favorable connections with Benefics  Benefics in seven and both lord of Lagna and lord of seven are strong and well posited  Venus in his own or exalted sign and lord of seven in beneficial house  Mercury in seven and Venus conjoined with lord of seven  Lord of seven in 11 and Venus in 2nd  Venus is in Lagna and lord of Lagna is in seventh  If there is a mutual exchange in between lords of one and seven (Madanagopala Yoga)  Jupiter is exalted in seventh house and conjoined with benefics  Strong Venus in the seventh house  Lord of seventh, Venus occupies the second house  Lord of Lagna is in tenth and lord of second in eleven  Benefics in 1- 2 - 7
  • 11.  Lord of second and seven in mutual exchange  Lord of second and seventh in eleventhRules for Delayed Marriage  Saturn either in 1 - 3 - 5 - 7 or 10 th place from lagna  Saturn does not own beneficial houses  Mars in eighth house  If malefic are in seventh bhava receiving the adverse aspect form Jupiter  If Moon and Saturn conjoined in 1 -2 - 11  If Mars and Venus are conjoined in 5 - 7 -9 and both receve evil aspect from Jupiter  If the Saturn aspects to the lord of seven and VenusDetermination of the marriage Age 1 Rahu in 2nd and Venus in3rd 31-33 years Venkateswara Divajna 2 Position of the seventh lord in Kendra and 31 years Venkateswara Divajna 3 Sun Venus and Mars occupies the 31 years Venkateswara duhstana Divajna 4 Ketu in seventh house and seventh lord in 31 years Ramadayalu eighth house, 5 placement of chandra, Budha and Sukra 31 years Ramadayalu in a kendra or kona 6 Venus In third 27 to 30 years Brihat Parashara Hora 7 Seventh lord in ninth 27 to 30 years Brihat Parashara Hora 8 Venus is in fifth or Rahu in 5th of 9th 31 to 33 years Brihat Parashara Hora 9 8th lord in seventh, 25 to 33 yrs Brihat Parashara Hora 10 Venus is in the Navamsha of Lagna lord 25 to 33 yrs Brihat Parashara or in Lagna Hora 11 Seventh lordin seventh and 9th lord in 3rd 27 to 30 yrs Brihat Parashara Hora 12 Venus in 2nd in conjunction with Mars 22 to 27 yrs Jataka Parijatam
  • 12. Marriage and punaraphoo Dosha as per Krishna Murthy method is defined aswhenever Saturn has got any connection whatsoever with Moon causes delay inmarriage. The present study is a retrospective study of the horoscopes to verify andestablish the principles form standard Astrological texts. Sixteen horoscopes arecollected at the context of delayed marriage and two horoscopes are presented tocompare the early matrimony to delayed marriage. In the study of the matrimony it isagreed upon the involvement of seventh lord and the occupants. The influence in thestatistical purview is to be established on the basis of scientific methodology inAstrology. An attempt made in this concern reveals and establishes the good oldenthoughts and affirms of the sages who provide us the treasure of Astrology. Apart from the seventh and second lords and the occupants, Jaimini explains thedarakaraka. Of course Parashara also referred the graha karakatwa as such the firmlyincorporated duties of an individual planet to the respective placement. For the marriageShukra is the prime karaka and the Kuja and Sani are the pratibandhaka. Thus the dateof the event to fore tell and to evaluate the reasons for the delay in the marriage from theplanetary position through the established rule is very much necessary. Next sectiondeals with the detailed data and discussed later.
  • 13. Data and ObservationChart -01Chart - 02Chart -03Chart -04
  • 14. Chart - 05Chart - 06
  • 15. Chart -07Chart -08Chart -09
  • 16. Chart -10Chart - 11Chart -12
  • 17. Chart -13Chart -14Chart - 15
  • 18. Chart - 16 Charts showing the early marriageChart -17
  • 19. Chart -18 Table –1 Showing the planetary positions from lagnaS.N I.D. Tag Planetary Position from Lagna Lagna Surya Chandra Kuja Budha Sukra Guru Sani Rahu Ketu 1 31011965 1 10 10 6 10 10 1 11 2 8 2 28041968 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 12 12 6 3 28111962 3 6 6 2 6 5 9 8 2 8 4 08031946 3 9 11 1 10 10 5 1 1 7 5 10101953 4 3 4 2 4 2 12 4 7 1 6 17111973 7 2 10 7 1 3 4 9 3 9 7 02081964 7 10 8 9 11 9 7 5 9 3 8 12061966 7 11 10 10 11 11 10 6 7 1 9 23071961 8 9 1 10 8 7 3 3 10 4 10 18111967 8 1 7 2 12 11 10 5 6 12 11 09041953 10 3 1 4 2 4 4 10 1 7 12 08091956 5 1 3 7 2 12 1 4 4 10 13 22101970 11 9 6 8 9 10 9 3 1 7 14 29071965 12 5 6 7 6 6 3 12 3 9 15 10051962 12 2 5 1 3 3 12 11 5 11 16 05101965 6 1 5 1 3 3 10 6 9 3 17 03101960 8 11 4 8 12 12 2 2 10 4 18 19061963 3 1 12 3 12 12 10 8 1 7
  • 20. Table – 2 Showing the planetary positions from RasiS. ID tag Planetary Position from RasiN Chandra Lagna Surya Kuja Budha Sukra Guru Sani Rahu Ketu 1 31011965 11 1 1 9 1 1 4 2 5 11 2 28041968 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 12 12 6 3 28111962 8 3 1 9 1 12 4 3 9 3 4 08031946 1 3 11 3 12 12 5 3 3 9 5 10101953 7 4 12 11 1 11 9 1 4 10 6 17111973 4 7 5 10 4 6 7 12 6 12 7 02081964 2 7 3 2 11 2 12 10 2 8 8 12061966 4 7 2 1 2 2 1 9 4 10 9 23071961 8 8 9 10 8 7 3 3 10 410 18111967 2 8 7 8 6 5 4 11 12 611 09041953 10 10 3 4 2 4 4 10 1 712 08091956 7 5 11 5 12 10 11 2 2 813 22101970 4 11 4 3 4 5 4 10 8 214 29071965 4 12 1 3 2 2 11 8 11 515 10051962 4 12 10 9 11 11 8 7 1 716 05101965 10 6 9 11 9 11 6 2 5 1117 03101960 11 8 8 5 9 9 11 11 7 118 19061963 2 3 3 4 1 1 11 9 2 8
  • 21. Table – 3 Showing the planetary positions 2nd, 7th & 11th Lordship analysis 2nd, 7th & 11th Lordship analysis 11th Place the age of 11th Lord 11th Lord Marred at occupant occupant occupant 2nd Place 7th Place 2nd Lord 2nd Lord 7th Lord 7th Lord Place Place PlaceS.N I.D.Tag 1 31011965 Ku 7 Bu 11 Sa 12 Gu Ku Ch, 36 Bu, Su 2 28041968 Sk 1 Sk 1 Sa 12 - - - 27 3 28111962 Ch 5 Gu 9 Ku 2 Ra, - - 39 Ku 4 08031946 Ch 11 Gu 5 Ku 1 - Ke Ch 29 5 10101953 Su 3 Sa 4 Sk 2 Sk, Ra, - 30 Ku 6 17111973 Ku 7 Ku 7 Su 2 Su Ku - 25 7 02081964 Sk 9 Ku 9 Su 10 - Gu Bu 37 8 12061966 Ku 10 Ku 10 Su 11 - Ra Sk, 33 Su, Bu 9 23071961 Gu 3 Sk 7 Bu 8 - Sk - 3810 18111967 Gu 10 Sk 11 Bu 12 Ku Ch Sk 2911 09041953 Sa 10 Ch 1 Ku 4 Bu Ke - 2912 08091956 Bu 2 Sa 4 Bu 2 Bu Ku - 2613 22101970 Gu 9 Su 9 Gu 9 - Ke - 3014 29071965 Ku 7 Bu 6 Gu 3 - Ku - 3615 10051962 Ku 1 Bu 3 Sa 11 Su - Sa, 33 Ke16 05101965 Sk 3 Gu 10 Ch 5 - - - 3617 03101960 Gu 2 Sk 12 Bu 12 Gu, - Su 18 Sa18 19061963 Ch 11 Gu 10 Ku 3 - Ke - 15
  • 22. Table – 4 Table showing the Navamsha, Sex ratio, Karakatwa and Dasha bhukti Navamsha Other information Marred at the age Marriage in the Sex Karaka Dasha of occupant Aspect to 7th house 7th lordS.N I.D.Tag 7th of Female Antara Bhukti Dasha Atma Male Dara 1 31011965 Bu Ra Ke + Gu Sk Ra Su Bu 36 2 28041968 Gu - Bu, Ch + Bu Sk Ch Sk Sa 27 3 28111962 Su - - + Ch Gu Ch Ra Sk 39 4 08031946 Sk Bu, Ra, Ke, Ku + Ch Sk Ra Gu Sk 29 Gu 5 10101953 Su Ke Bu, Ra + Sk Gu Sa Bu Ku 30 6 17111973 Bu - - + Ch Su Sk Sa Ke 25 7 02081964 Sk - Sk, Su + Gu Ch Ra Sk Ke 37 8 12061966 Ku Ra, Su Ke + Bu Sa Sk Gu Sk 33 9 23071961 Sa - Sk, Ch + Sk Sa Ke Sa Gu 3810 18111967 Sa - Ku + Ku Su Ra Sk Ra 2911 09041953 Bu - - + Gu Sa Ra Ku Gu 2912 08091956 Sa - Sa, Sk + Ku Sa Gu Ke Ke 2613 22101970 Ku Su Gu + Sa Sk Ke Su Su 3014 29071965 Bu Ku Gu + Ku Bu Ch Ra Sa 3615 10051962 Ch Sk Ku + Su Ch Ke Ku Sa 3316 05101965 Sk Ke Ra + Bu Sk Gu Sa Ke 3617 03101960 Ku Ku, Gu Ra, + Ch Gu Sa Ke Gu 1818 19061963 Su Ku - + Sa Ch Ch Su Bu 15
  • 23. Table – 5 Table showing the Venus, Mars and Saturn positions in the Natal Charts Venus Position in Mars Position in Saturn Position in Natal Chart Natal Chart Natal Chart Marred at the Adolescence Adolescence AdolescenceS.N I.D.Tag age of Youth Youth Youth Infant Infant Infant Dead Dead Dead Old Old Old 1 31011965 + + + 36 2 28041968 + + + 27 3 28111962 + + + 39 4 08031946 + + + 29 5 10101953 + + + 30 6 17111973 + + + 25 7 02081964 + + + 37 8 12061966 + + + 33 9 23071961 + + + 3810 18111967 + + + 2911 09041953 + + + + 2912 08091956 + + + 2613 22101970 + + + 3014 29071965 + + + 3615 10051962 + + + 3316 05101965 + + + 36 Total 4 2 2 3 5 3 1 3 4 5 3 2 4 2 517 03101960 + + + 1818 19061963 + + + 15
  • 24. Table – 6 Table showing the Venus, Mars and Saturn Avastas in the Natal Charts Venus Position in Natal Chart Mars Position in Natal Chart Saturn Position in Natal Chart Marred at the Great enemy Great enemy Great enemy Moola trikona Moola trikona Moola trikona Friend House Friend House Friend House Great Friend Great Friend Great Friend Own house Own house Own house Debilitated Debilitated Debilitated Exalted Exalted Exalted Neutral Neutral Neutral Enemy Enemy Enemy age ofS.N I.D.Tag 1 31011965 + + + 36 2 28041968 + + + 27 3 28111962 + + + 39 4 08031946 + + + 29 5 10101953 + + + 30 6 17111973 + + + 25 7 02081964 + + + 37 8 12061966 + + + 33 9 23071961 + + + 3810 18111967 + + + 2911 09041953 + + + 2912 08091956 + + + 2613 22101970 + + + 3014 29071965 + + + 3615 10051962 + + + 3316 05101965 + + + 36 Total 0 1 2 3 2 3 3 1 1 1 0 3 4 1 5 0 0 2 3 2 4 1 0 3 2 0 117 03101960 + + 1818 19061963 + + + 15 +
  • 25. Table 7 - Showing analysis of 2nd, 7th and 11th lord and occupancy in 2nd, 7th and 11th place Surya Chandra Kuja Budha Sukra Guru Sani Rahu Ketu Total2nd Lord 1 2 5 1 3 3 1 - - 16Percentage 6.3 12.5 31.3 6.3 18.8 18.8 6.3 0 0 1002nd 2 0 3 2 1 1 0 1 3Occupant7th Lord 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 - - 16Percentage 6.0 6.0 19.0 19.0 19.0 19.0 12.0 0 0 1007th 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 2 3Occupant11th Lord 3 1 3 3 1 2 3 - - 16Percentage 18.0 6.0 19.0 19.0 6.0 13.0 19.0 0 0 10011th 2 2 0 3 2 0 1 0 1Occupant Table 8 - Showing analysis of 7th lord and occupancy in 7th place in Navamsha Surya Chandra Kuja Budha Sukra Guru Sani Rahu Ketu Total7thLord 2 1 2 4 3 1 3 - - 167thOccupant 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 27th Placeaspect 1 2 3 2 3 2 1 2 3
  • 26. Discussion and conclusion On perusal of the example horoscopes delayed matrimony could beconnected to the weak disposition of the lords of 2,7 and 11 and that of karakaplanets Venus and Moon for male and Mars and Jupiter in case of female. At thepresent study 16 horoscopes are being included and one of each male and femalehoroscopes for the early marriage to rule out the significations and compare with thedelayed matrimony horoscopes.Sex ratio Usually parents of the prospective bride or bridegroom approach astrologerson account of unusual delay in celebration of marriage. The natives have approachedwell in advance to get married and was educated that the hindrances in theirhoroscopes. In spite of the massive trail also the native could not get married anddelayed till the date suggested by the Jyotish principles. At the present study the ratio of male and female are (12 male (75%) and 4female (25%)) 3:1. This certainly shows the influence of the matrimony andcompanionship is equally necessary for the both sexes. The graphical representationis as follows. F e m a le 25% M a le 75% Graph - 1 Showing the incidences of sex ratio in the random selected horoscopes
  • 27. Significators in the Natal chart The table -1 shows the detailed analysis of the horoscopes in the study. It explains the conditions of the delayed matrimony with respect to that of Lagna. Many of the lagnas are not shown its impact on the matrimonial delay as such the Tula (18%). Mesha and Vrischika lagna has shown good percentage of the natives. In this analysis the lord of the seventh house shows the delay in matrimony as explained in sastra. The Kuja and Shani are the planets to hamper the chances of getting married early. The graphical representation is as follows with percentage. M esh a V r is h a b h a M eena 13% 0% 13% K umbha 6% m it h u n a 13% M a ka ra 6% anu Dh 0% K a rka ta ka 6%V r is c h ik a 13% S im h a 6% T u la K anya 18% 6% Graph - 2 Showing the Lagna wise representation of the delayed matrimony horoscopes
  • 28. Rasi representation of delayed matrimony In the traditional astrology it is said that the Lagna and Rasi has the sameimportance. In fact rasi represents the psyche of an individual. Thus the influence ofthe manas is also to be evaluated along with the body i.e. body. When the analysis ofthe horoscopes made in detail it has shown the Karkata rasi (30%) which have theSani as the seventh lord as signification of the delay in the matrimony. Out of 16cases dealt 5 cases are of Karkatakam. The graphical representation is as follows. Kumbha Meena 6% 0% Mesha Makara 12% 13% Vrishabha Dhanu 13% 0% Mithuna Vrischika 0% 13% Tula Karkataka 13% 30% Simaha Kanya 0% 0% Graph - 3 Showing the Rasi involvement in delayed marriage
  • 29. Lordship analysis In deciding the delayed marriage, ownership and occupation of the mars tothe concern houses 2,7 and 11, plays a vital role. The other planet like Saturn is saidas the established planet to delay (Manda Graha) any undertaking, like so thematrimony. In the samples it is found that the mars have an unbounded influence todelay the marriage, as it is said in Jyotish as Kuja Dosha when Mars occupies the2nd, 4th, 7th and 8th and 12th place from either lagna or Rasi. In the present study italso found that Ketu is also interfered as many as seven Horoscopes signification ofthe Matrimony, supporting the "Kujavat Ketu". The graphical representation is asfollows. Sani 6.3% Surya 6.3% Guru 18.8% Chandra 12.5% Kuja 31.3% Sukra 18.8% Budha 6.3% Graph - 4 Showing the second Lord involvement in delayed marriage
  • 30. Surya Sani 6% Chandra 13% 6% Guru Kuja 19% 18.8% Sukra 19% Budha 19% Graph - 5 Showing the Seventh Lord involvement in delayed marriage Sani Surya 19% 18% Guru Chandra 13% 6% Sukra Kuja 6% 18.8% Budha 19% Graph - 6Showing the eleventh Lord involvement in delayed marriage
  • 31. Seventh lord in Navamsha Traditional horoscope gives the equal importance to the Navamsha along withnatal horoscope to determine the matrimonial concern. The analysis of the 7th lord inNavamsha charts of the sample shows the significant results. The over allsignificance of the 7th lord, 7th occupant and 7th aspect reveal the influence of theMars in the delaying the matrimony. The cumulative graphical representation is asfollows. The Ketu and Rahu represent the Kuja and Sani respectively. Thecongregated results of the Kuja nd Ketu are 11 (6 + 5) 24% and Rahu and Sani are 9(4+5) 20%. Surya Ketu 11% 11% Rahu 11% Chandra 7% Kuja 13.0% Sani 9% Guru Budha 9% 14% Sukra 15% Graph - 7 Showing the Navamsha seventh Lord involvement in delayed i
  • 32. Conclusion The over all review of this presentation explains Mars as the PratibandhakaPlanet for the Matrimony. Saturn also places an important role in delaying themarriage. Whenever a nativity is devoid of benefic connections to lagna andsaptama, well disposition of lords of one and seven, the extent of delay in matrimonyshould be carefully assessed with reference to the Vimshottari dasha. In this paper extremely delayed marriage (S. No 3) is at the age of 39 yearsand on the contrary (S. No 18) at the age of 15 years. In the first case lagna lordoccupies sixth house and the seventh lord in 9th receives special aspect of Mars fromsecond house. Mars also afflicts Venus and Saturn by his 4th and 7th aspectsrespectively. The avastas of Venus, Mars and Saturn are old, infant and adolescentrespectively. There by they are weak in promoting the matrimony. Venus and Saturnare found in own house, where as debilitated in the second house that is said asKutumba. Chart number 18, who got early marriage at the age of 15 is alsoremarkable. This horoscope has the Venus in own house and in the avasta ofadolescent. Lagna lord is in 12th in the company of the Venus and Moon where Moonis in its exaltation and Venus is in his own house. When a fast moving planetoccupies the 12th house approaches the ascendant at the time birth it terminates in toearly marriage. This principle fits perfectly to the above said chart. The study and assimilation of innumerable principles or rules may beintuitively and judiciously applied in assessing events in the horoscope. The methodsand rule available are not exhaustive and requires proper understanding of theconditions laid down under which the rules are framed by the learned in Astrology.
  • 33. Summary Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha are Purusharthas. Jyotish shastra throwslight in each and every sphere of human affairs. It helps in delineating matrimony inones life. Sociological foundations reveal the institution of the society is a result of thegrowth and development of the institution of the marriage. It proves that in grater India the institution of marriage as old as 3000 to 5000BC. It was prescribed by the India marriage act, as the minimum age 18 years for agirl and 21 years for a boy to have a legal marriage and conjugation. There by it isestablished that a marriage celebrated before to 18 years as early marriage andbeyond 25 years as a delayed marriage. Early marriages are legally banned andscientifically not advised. Still child marriages see light here and there in certain sectsof the society. Standard works in Jyotish Shastra attribute the combinations andpermutations of certain planetary positions to the early marriage and delay inmarriage, second marriage or two marriages, third marriage or three marriages.Marriages celebrated beyond age of 25 years in either case are classified as delayedmarriages. Lord of Lagna is conjoined with the lord of seven in a favorable house orNinth lord or Benefics occupy 2 - 7 - 11 counted from Lagna and Rasi, makes aperson to get marry at reasonable time. Lord of seven in 11 and Venus in 2nd orVenus is in Lagna and lord of Lagna is in seventh and Strong Venus in the seventhhouse or Lord of seventh, Venus occupies the second house makes a person to getmarry at reasonable time. If Moon and Saturn conjoined in 1 -2 - 11 or If the Saturn aspects to the lordof seven and Venus causes Rules for Delayed Marriage.
  • 34. Sixteen horoscopes are collected at the context of delayed marriage and twohoroscopes are presented to compare the early matrimony to delayed marriage. At the present study 16 horoscopes are being included and one of each maleand female horoscopes for the early marriage to rule out the significations andcompare with the delayed matrimony horoscopes. In this Sex ratio, explains the conditions of the delayed matrimony withrespect to that of Lagna and Rasi along with Lordship analysis, and Seventh lord inNavamsha. Traditional horoscope gives the equal importance to the Navamsha along withnatal horoscope to determine the matrimonial concern. The over all significance ofthe 7th lord, 7th occupant and 7th aspect reveal the influence of the Mars in thedelaying the matrimony. The Ketu and Rahu represent the Kuja and Sanirespectively. Ther by the cumulative effects of them have to be considered whilediscussing the matrimony. The analysis of the 7th lord in Navamsha charts of the sample shows thesignificant results. The over all significance of the 7th lord, 7th occupant and 7th aspectreveal the influence of the Mars in the delaying the matrimony. Saturn also places animportant role in delaying the marriage. Mars also afflicts Venus and Saturn by his 4thand 7th aspects respectively.
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