Dhruva Nadi 10p – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Nadi. I have calculated my Nadi as Dhruva Nadi and i want. to look at its reading. Please help. satya. Get email at your own domain with Mail. Sun Significations from Dhruva NadiThe sun is dark crimson in colour, Short and lean in Stature with honey-colored eyes and little hair on his head; strong.
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Please login or register. SMF – Just Installed! Home Help Search Login Register. The ancient Dhruva Nadi is a collection of 43 volumes comprisingsanskrit nadu, to be found at the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. No volume of this ancient Nadi treatise has been translated into Hindi, Urdu, Tamil, or any European language.
Patel copied 1 volume 10, verses and used extracts from this copy in several of his books; in the Satya-jatakam, Sage Satyacharya elucidated several principles underlying the Dhruva Nadi, and included several extracts from the massive treatise, but excepting this work which talks nad ABOUT the Dhruva Nadi, than exemplifying its contents and the Patel references, this Nadi remains unknown to contemporary Vedic schools of practice.
Apparently the Jaimini adepts of Ponmudi Dheuva, Kerala, had one or more manuscripts, or copies of manuscripts, of the Dhruva Nadi. They provided me with an outline of a dasha method based on it, which I shall discuss in the Dasha Forum.
However, from a historical perspective, included in that dasha system outline was some information regarding nakshatras, which might be of interest. According to the outline provided me: Certainly the signs rashisand the Nodes, are referred to elsewhere in the Dhruva Nadi, but perhaps this ehruva extract might reference a practice originating “before the signs” were used??
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I’ve been doing more research into the Nakshatras, and am curious about using them as a zodiac unto themselves, instead of the signs that are typical. Not sure about how it is done yet, but am interested in finding it out. Will also keep the forum posted on this. Look forward to your delineation on these topics. Asheville Vedic Astrology www. Well, on a speculative basis, the 5 nakshatra “classes” into which the asterisms were divided as per the above outline taken from somewhere in the Dhruva Nadi suggests to me the 5 tattvas of tantra: Might there be some such elemental connection with the nakshatras and these 5 “classes”?
September 07, Mark Cullen Newbie Posts: Thanks Dr Farr, As Ryan said this is totally fascinating. I know relatively little of the Nadi school of astrology but I have always suspected it still retains some of the very oldest astrological material in India.
Not least because its strong in south India which was spared the destruction of numerous libraries and temples that took place in northern India during the Islamic conquests.
Trying to date this piece would take real expert input. Still a few reflections. Several factors may imply this is quite ancient. The dasas are almost certainly Indian adaptions of the numerous hellenistic time lord or planetary ruler systems.
All the early texts indicate these were first used in rasi cakra 12 zodiac signs first. For example, Varahamihira only cites the now neglected mula dasa. The adoption of dasas to nakshatra seems to have come later. So that makes me think that any dasa system here was a much later addition.
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Still this text asks many fhruva questions! Its interesting that the focus of the text looks electional. This seems to date back to the very origins of their use in the Vedic era. The tradition continues to this day with the nakshatras still fundamental to Jyotish Muhurtha today.
Dr Farr I realise you haven’t read the text yourself but from what you can gather are the nakshatras in the Dhruva Nadi equal or unequal?
In other words are they based on junction stars placed at differing distances apart or are the equally spaced as in modern Jyotish? Clearly, if they are unequal it would indicate an even older period they date from. Kenneth Johnson argues the origin of the nakshatras nsdi originally electional. Still, I think there was some kind of personal horoscopy going on in India before rasi cakra astrology arrived. In fact we have evidence of it. The oldest recorded example is a text called the Sardulakarnavadana which dated to around the beginning of the Christian era.
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Ironically this text originates from Buddhist sources! These are some comments Kenneth Johnson sent me on the text: In the outline provided me 27 asterisms are given, however I have no information whether they were equal or unequal; as you will see in the dasha system from that outline which I will post in the dasha forum, while the position of planets in nakshatras rather than in signs is used to determine the nature of the dasha, the order of the mahadashas is determined using atmakaraka and the order of the antardashas is based on sequence of planets in order from the mahadasha ruler, so clearly a sign rashi based fromat is involved, at least relative to the dasha system referred to.
In other portions of the Dhruva Nadi signs, divisions of signs, planetary rulerships, etc are to be found-but remember, we are talking about a 43 volumesanskrit verse collection, and it is possible that this Nadi is actually composed of elements originating from different historical periods of time.
The Pancha Paksi shastra is exclusively based on nakshatras and the Moon’s placement in them, and whether the Moon is waxing or waningthere is no dhruvx of planets or anything remotely sounding like signs rashisand the entire underlying concept is focused on the relative flow during the hours of the day and night of the 5 elements mahabhutas ; vhruva applications here are almost purely electional: Pancha Dhruv, which could equally be referred to as the Pancha Tattva Nakshatra method, uses 27 nakshatras of equal size.
Chakras are very little known, quite useful and harken back to most ancient times. Some of the better known chakras are: Charleston Corey Full Member Posts: