• 6th February 2011 - By admin

    The Badhaka and Badhakesh

    Sometimes there is considerable obstruction to whatever we do and no good work is accomplished. The fate seems to be obstructed and in spite of constant prodding, the obstruction persists. Badhaka means obstruction and this can take various forms from a simple irritant at times to terrible incurable diseases.

    Rasi Badhaka (Obstruction by Sign)

    Badhaka Sign

    Rasi Badhaka Rasi Badhakesha
    Aries Aquarius Rahu & Saturn
    Taurus Capricorn Saturn
    Gemini Sagittarius Jupiter
    Cancer Taurus Venus
    Leo Aries Mars
    Virgo Pisces Jupiter
    Libra Leo Sun
    Scorpio Cancer Moon
    Sagittarius Gemini Mercury
    Capricorn Scorpio Ketu & Mars
    Aquarius Libra Venus
    Pisces Virgo Mercury

    The list of Badhaka Rasi is very systematic and can easily be remembered. Thus, for Movable, Fixed & Dual Signs the sign of obstruction (Badhaka) is the 11th, 9th, & 7th house respectively. The 22nd Drekkana: Khara -The lord of the 22nd Drekkana is the Kharesha and can cause Badhaka effects i.e.  It can cause obstructions and activate the Badhakesha and other evils.

    Other views
    Harihara (Prasna Marga) cities two other theories for determination of the “houses of harm” or badhaka rasi (table-2). There is yet another view which states that planets in kendra to the badhaka rasi shall also be badhaka signs. This view is not acceptable to most astrologers. Instead based on the principle of Paraspara Karaka (i.e. doing each other’s job when the planets/signs are placed in mutual quadrants) the planets placed kendra to the badhaka shall act as its cooperators and can instigate the badhaka into tormenting the native.
    Table 2: Badhaka rasi
    Sign            House of harm
    All Movable sign Aquarius
    Leo/ Virgo/ Scorpio/ Sagittarius Scorpio
    Capricorn Taurus
    Gemini/Pisces Sagittarius.

    Wrath of the Deity

    The wrath of the deity is to be judged based on various factors. As indicated, the 12th house from the Atmakaraka is the place of the Ishta Devata and it is from the 12th house from the Badhakesha that the past life history of maintenance of the deity is to be deciphered. If the Badhakesha in an adverse place and afflicted, and if a Malefic planet is placed in the 12th house from the Badhakesha, the indications are that the worshipped image has been mutilated. This brings the wrath of the deity signified by the Badhakesha. Depending on the malefic[2] planet/ Upagraha[3] involved.

    The following can be inferred: -

    1. If Gulika/Rahu: Indicates a curse of the Serpent deity or a serpent having touched the image of the deity has made it very impure.
    2. If Saturn: Pollution /dirt on the image/ temple.
    3. If Mars: disputes /bad management of worship/ image/ temple etc.

    Table 3: Planets & deities

    Planet Placement Deity
    Sun All signs except 1st & 2nd Drekkana of Dual signs Lord Siva
    1st Drekkana of Dual signs Kartikeya
    2nd Drekknna of Dual signs Ganesha
    Moon Strong Durga, Weak Kali
    Martian signs (Aries & Scorpio) Chamunda
    Mars Odd signs Male Deities like Kartikeya & Bhairava, Even Signs Chamunda, Bhadrakali
    Mercury Movable & Dual signs Sri Vishnu avatar
    1st & 2nd Drekkana of fixed sign Sri Krsna
    Jupiter All signs Mahavishnu or Narayana (planet associating changes this as Jupiter governs divinity in general)

    Fault determination, Depending on the placement of the Badhakesha

    a) If the Badhakesha is in Lagna and associates with evil planets, then it is the idol, which has been mutilated. If Mars aspects/joins Badhakesha : breaking idol, image or any sacred object associated with the deity. A fresh idol has to be installed in a temple. If Saturn, Gulika or Rahu associate, pollution and dirt have made the idol impure. If Sun associates, then it is due to birds.
    b) If the Badhakesha is in the fourth house, then the temple is either broken/dilapidated (Mars affliction) and needs repairs, or has been forgotten or unclean (Saturn/Rahu) and needs to be sanctified.
    c) If the Badhakesha is in the 2nd or 11th house, then the deity’s wealth has been stolen or misappropriated. This property is either Dhatu[5] (Inanimate object), Mula (grains, trees, lands etc) or Jiva (Men, Animals etc) depending on the Lagna as being movable, fixed or dual if unoccupied. If a planet occupies Lagna, then Mercury and Jupiter signify Jiva, Sun & Venus signify Mula and the others (Moon, Mars, Saturn & Rahu) signify Dhatu. Similarly, the stars reckoned from Aswini are in the order of Dhatu, Mula & Jiva.
    d) Similarly, inferences can be made from the other houses.
    Depending on the Lord of the sign occupied by Badhakesha, the Tatva (Element) signified shall indicate the following:

    Table 4
    Dispositor Element Remedy

    1 Sun/Mars Agni (Fire) Lamp, Candle
    2 Venus/Moon Jala (Water) Milk, Ghee, Sweetmeats etc.
    3 Mercury Prithvi (Earth) Sandalwood paste, perfumed oils etc.
    4 Jupiter Aksha (Ether) Flowers, garland
    5 Saturn Vayu (Air) Dhoop, Dress, Ornaments etc.

    Remedial Measures
    In case it is inferred that there is ample evidence of the wrath of the deity, then the remedy should be suggested based on the placement of the Badhakesha in different houses from Lagna as given in Table 4 and the planet associated as given in Table 5.

    Table 5:  Badhaka in House – Remedy- These are the placement of the Badhakesh in the following houses

    Posture Transliteration Translation
    1 Standing Pratibimbadana Gift of idol or picture
    2 Riding Japa Mantra Japa
    3 Sitting[7] Puja Worship
    4 Sleeping Dharma Renovation of temple.
    5 Standing Santarpana Presentation of oil/gifts, clothes etc.
    6 Walking Prathikara Bali Remedial offerings & dedication
    7 Dancing Nritya Dances[8] to be performed for deity
    8 Sleeping Bhoota Bali or Puja Worship of the Tattva[9]
    9 Standing Devopasana Worship of Dharma Devat?
    10 Crawling Danti-Skanda Bali or Puja Bali Karma or Puja for Ganesha (or Subramanya/Kartikeya)
    11 Sitting[10] Tarpana Ritual offerings & Dedication
    12 Sleeping Gitam-Vadya No affliction. (But music & song may be offered).

    Table 6: Obstruction by Planets

    Planet – Dispositor – Remedy

    1. Sun – Devaradhana: Worship of deity
    2. Moon – Sankhabhishek & Dana Abhishek: using a conch & donation of rice & water[11]
    3. Mars – Deepa Samarpan & Havan: Illumination & Fire sacrifice
    4. Mercury- Nritya karma: Arranging festivals & dances for the deity
    5. Jupiter – Dvija Bhojanam: Service & feeding of Brahmins, priests & learned persons; offering ornaments etc.
    6. Venus –  Rogasyamanaayannam Pradeyam: Feeding the public and sick people.
    7. Saturn – Neechanamnadanam: Feeding the poor and oppressed persons.

    Chart 1: Schizophrenia

    In this chart Jupiter is debilitated in both rasi and navamsa and is also retrograde indicating the wrath of the deva is likely to occur and if it does, it will be impossible to obtain relief due to the retrogression (chesta bala) of Jupiter. The lagna is Virgo (dual sign) and the seventh house (Pisces) is the badhaka sign with Jupiter its lord, becoming the badhakesha. The twelfth house from Jupiter is aspected by Mars indicating that an idol of the deity has been broken. The nodes also aspect Sagittarius (the 12th house from badhakesha) by rasi dristi indicating that the terrible wrath of the deity. This anger symbolized by the nodes and Mars constitutes unbroken sarpa yoga (indicating that the native shall be entangled in poverty and health problems) and Pisacha badhaka as well (Ketu in quadrants with Mars aspecting lagna). The magnitude of the anger should be judged in this manner based on the evil yoga formed by the evil planets aspecting the 12th house from the badhakesha.
    Every dark cloud has a silver lining and here we find a fine dharmakarmadhipati yoga involving the lords of the ninth and tenth houses as well as the lagna and second houses. The involvement of the fifth lord Saturn with this yoga indicates the blessings of fine children who will prosper.
    The native lost his mental balance following a fire incident (Jupiter’s ire is always indicated by fires and religious hatred). He became raving mad and inspite of the best medical attention, he did not recover. It was a fortunate turn of fate when a nice lady decided to marry him and bore him two sons. For thirty years his spouse has nursed him and cared for his children. Inspite of his mental health, he worked as an engineer in the government and took premature retirement when he could no longer work under the heavy dose of the medicine.
    The deity indicated by Jupiter is Mahavishnu (Jagannatha) and remedy was reciting the Narayana Kavaca and offering clothes and other gifts at a temple. It was not possible for him to do this as lunacy prevented him from any coherent effort in this direction.

    Wrath of Sarpa Deva

    Rahu in 4, 6, 7, 8, 10 or 12 houses requires propitiation. If Rahu is connected in any way with Badhakesha, these remedial measures are compulsory. If Jupiter associates with the Badhakesha and is placed in a dusthana[12] and if Rahu is in a quadrant from Jupiter, then the curse is from superior or divine serpents. If Gulika is in quadrants instead of Rahu, then these are inferior serpents. If the Sun associates with Rahu, then the serpents are beneficial and essentially intent in long term good, while the Moon associating with Rahu shows evil-minded serpents intent on causing disaster.

    The following remedies have been prescribed in the Prasna Marga and other traditional texts:-

    1) Rahu in 6th, 8th, 10th or B?dhaka House: Sarpa Bali as per prescribed texts.
    2) Rahu in 4th House: Installation of image of Sarpa Devat? or dedicate a Chitra Kuta stone
    3) Rahu in 12th House: Music & singing.
    4) Rahu in first house: Sprinkling milk (Tarpana) over the abode of serpents or over an image of the Snake God (Nagaraja /Vasuki) in a temple.
    5) Rahu in seventh House: Dancing and devotional songs.
    6) Rahu in dual sign: dedicate a small serpent made of gold or copper (symbolic of the baby snakes killed)
    7) Rahu in movable sign: small eggs of gold or silver be offered (symbolic of the broken eggs of the snakes)
    8) Rahu in fixed sign: Plant trees (Symbolic of the replacement of the destroyed ant hills and abodes of the serpents).

    Wrath of Parents
    1. The Badhak sign should be Aries/ Scorpio (indicating the anger/ fire of Mars) to show the presence of a curse. The Sun (natural significator of father) should be in this Badhak sign in Rasi or Navamsa to show the curse of father. Similarly, the Moon (natural significator of mother) should be in the aforementioned Badhak sign to show the curse of Mother.
    2. The Badhakesh associated with Leo & with Mars/Saturn shows the anger/sorrow of the father or some paternal elder respectively. The Badhakesh associated with Cancer & with Mars/Saturn shows the anger/sorrow of the mother or some maternal elder respectively.
    3. 6th lord in 9th house or 9th lord in 12th house or the Sun in the sixth shows the displeasure of father. Similarly, the 6th lord in 4th house or 4th lord in 12th house or the Moon in the 6th house shows the displeasure of mother.

    Serve your parents if they are alive. Perform Shraddh or work for some elderly persons in the memory of your parents if they are dead. Mars so placed shows the curse of brother, Venus of spouse etc. The ritual called Tila homa can be performed if the parent is dead.Preta Badhak
    If the funeral ceremonies or annual rites called Shraddh of the dead are not performed, then, it is believed that such a dead person remains in the form of a Pisacha & affects relations. The presence of Gulika/ Ketu in the Badhak sign shows the danger.
    The malefic associating with Gulika shows the cause of death of the Pisacha. Some of such combinations showing the death is given below:
    1. If Gulika/ Ketu is in any manner associated with Mars by conjunction, aspect or is placed in Aries or Scorpio, it shows sudden death or accident, burns, weapons, smallpox etc.
    2. If instead of Mars, the association was with Saturn, misery & poverty may be the cause of death.
    3. Rahu associating with Gulika shows snakebite and other deadly poisons.
    Similarly, the sign occupied by Gulika/Ketu show the sex of the Pisacha. If Gulika associates with the 4th house or lord in some manner, then the Pisacha is related to the family, if not, then it is from outside. The ashtottaramsa [108th Division of a sign. If in the beginning, young age and if in the end of the sign, old age is indicated] is the age of the Preta/Pisacha.
    Remedies include Parvana Shraddh, Tila Homa etc. Depending on the affliction, Pooja/mantra of Ugra Devata should be prescribed.

    Dristi Badha
    Dristi means sight. Such kind of obstruction appear in life is some of the person related to us becomes jealous or evil towards us and thus exert invisible evil influences. The “evil eye” has been classified as three kinds of demons. Their names are always “Kamas” as the evil eye is causes by desire (Kama).

    1. Ranthu Kamas causes worries and is indicated by the Badhakesh in Lagna or associating with Lagna Lord and Gulika.

    2. Hanthu Kamas is intent on killing, and is seen by the association of the Badhakesh with the 6th or 8th house or its lord and the Lagna or Lagna lord. Relief comes from the aspecting benefic planet.
    3. Bali Kamas desires some form of Bali (sacrificial offering). This is indicated by Rahu /Gulika is in 4th ,5th ,7th or 8th house. If 6th lord conjoins /aspects, the problem is due to enemy’s action.

    Natural benefics have the ability to mitigate the evils in the horoscope. If such planet is in quadrants to the Rahu/ Gulika or aspecting or associating with the Badhak, gemstones of the planet should be worn and the deities indicated should be worshipped and given offerings.Abhichara
    Abhichara means black majic. This is something which is practiced in many ways in different parts of the world, invoking the negetive energies. The basic motive for black magic is driving the enemy away from the locality, kill him or cause Lunacy. This can involve things such as giving him food (polluted)/burying material inside his house etc.
    Combination for Abhichara:
    1. Badhakesh association with 6th house or lord.2. 6th lord in 1st, 7th, or 12th house as Mars occupies or aspects Lagna.3. Ketu is 1st, 4th, or 10th as Mars aspect Lagna.

    1. Mritunjaya Japa, Ganapati or Tila Homa indicates the relief.

    General Remedial Measures
    1. Jupiter [who represent Sadashiva or Maha-Vishnu] & ninth lord help /protect.
    2. A natural benefic in the ninth or ninth Lord in strength in a quadrant or Jupiter in Lagna/aspecting Lagna are a few of the combinations for protection.
    3. If malefic are in quadrant to them, they will strongly block the efficacy. The ninth Lord can also be the Lord of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12 houses respectively. The other house influencing the ninth house would show the deity who need to be worshipped. For example, if the ninth Lord is also Lord of second house then, start the remedial process by worshipping the Kuladevata.4. If any planet conjoined or aspected by a natural benefic or a natural benefic itself, is in Lagna, then the deity indicated by the benefic planet shall surely protect the person.5. If the ninth Lord associates with the Badhak House or Badhakesh, then the deity he worshipped in his previous birth has been neglected, thereby leading to misfortune and troubles.6. If the fourth Lord is associated with the Badhak House or Badhakesh, then it is the Grama Devata who need to be worshipped.

    7. If the second Lord associates with the Badhak House or Badhakesh, then it is the Kula Devata. Advise resumption of worship immediately.
    Badhak Daman Mantra
    The Badhak Daman Mantra is a prescribed remedy for the Badhak Sthan and the Badhakesh. The Badhakesh acts like Rahu and the Seventh Sign therefrom acts like Ketu. The remedy lies in worshipping the form of lord Ganesha that rules the sign which is the seventh from the Badhakesh. The Bija Mantra ‘hum’ is added to the Ganesh badhak daman mantra to mitigate all evils.

    Hare Rama Krsna   |  Courtesy: Sanjay Rath

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