Thursday, August 24, 2006

Manglik dosha cancellation

From: dakshinastrologer <>
Date: Aug 24, 2006 10:26 AM
Subject: [vedic-astrology] Re: manglik dosha cancellation

Dear Shri. Talented God!

I do not know if I qualify as an expert in astrology.....Yet, I
thought I will comment on your post.....

The combinations you have written are definitely causing cancellation
of mangalik dosha. And yes....there is nothing known as "DOUBLE
MANGALIK DOSHA." But, could you kindly check up the 7th point you
have raised about there being no mars dosha if Mars is in the 4th or
8th houses for Aquarius ascendant? Late Shri. C.G. Rajan - a
stalwart in astrology of yesteryears opines in his "Jataka
Naradeeyam" based on astrological dictums attributed to Sage Naarada,
that for Aquarius ascendant, there is no Mangalik dosha if Mars is in
the 7th house. This is in accordance with the principle that there
is no Mars dosha if Mars is in Sun's house. But, there is no
reference to cancellation of dosha for Aquarius if Mars is in 4th or
8th house..... Honestly, I am yet to come across the point 7 you
have raised in your post - i.e ". For Aquarius ascendant Mars in the
4th/8th house then the manglik > dosha gets cancelled." How is the
Mars dosha exempt when it is in the house of Venus (4th sign from
Aquarius) or in the house of Mercury - Virgo (8th sign from
Aquarius)?. It does not satisfy the logic that there is no Mars
dosha when Mars is in signs ruled by its friends Sun, Moon, and
Jupiter! I did not intend to find a fault in your post which is
otherwise excellent and is likely to be of use to many members; but,
I thought a dictum on such an important matter as mangalik dosha
cancellation should be subject to more rigorous check before members
can rely on that. Otherwise, there will be more misconceptions and
confusions that might creep in later among the astro-enthusiasts.

Again, if the dispositor of Mars (owner of the sign in which Mars is
posited) is in kendra (1, 4, 7, 10 houses) or trikona (1, 5, 9
houses) from ascendant, Mars dosha gets cancelled.

Similarly, Mars in the 2nd and 7th houses in a female horoscope, and
in the 4th and 8th houses in a male horoscope are exempt from most of
the malefic effects of kuja dosha.

So, if we apply ALL these principles, members will find that many of
the so-called "mangalik" horoscopes will in reality be exempt from
the dreaded dosha.

Blessed be.

--- In,

"talentedgod" <talentedgod@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I hope to hear from experts on vedic astrology, their comments on
> the following conditions that cancel manglik dosha.
> Following are the combinations when the Manglik Dosha does not
> exist. Before someone terms you a manglik check if these yogas are
> present in your chart.If they are then you are not a manglik.
> These have also been verified in practice. REMEMBER THERE IS
> 1. When Mars is in its own sign (Aries, Scorpio), exalted
> (Capricorn) or in the houses owned by PLANETS SUPPOSED to be his
> friends (Sun, Jupiter, Moon) manglik dosha gets cancelled.
> 2. If Mars is in the 2nd house but in Gemini, Virgo sign then the
> manglik dosha gets cancelled
> 3. If Mars is in 12th house but in Taurus, Libra then the manglik
> dosha gets cancelled.
> 4. If Mars is in 7th house but in Cancer, Capricorn then the
> dosha gets cancelled.
> 5. If Mars is in 8th house but in Sagittarius, Pisces no dosha
> exists.
> 6. For Cancer and Leo ascendant Mars is a yogakaraka( a beneficial
> influence) wherever it may be no dosha at all.
> 7. For Aquarius ascendant Mars in the 4th/8th house then the
> dosha gets cancelled.
> 8. If benefic Jupiter or Venus is in ascendant no dosha.
> 9. If Mars is in conjunction or aspected by Jupiter or Moon no
> 10. If Mars is in conjunction/aspected by Sun, Mercury, Saturn,
> then the manglik dosha does not exist.

Brihaspati Gayatri, Vishwamitra/Gaathina Rishi Rig Veda 6.62.6