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All about Bhodaka, Vedaka,

Pachaka and Karaka


September 23, 2016 admin 0 Comment
There are number of dasha systems in Indian Vedic Astrology. The most famous and widely used
system is Parashara’s Vimshottari Mahamahadasha. Vimshottari Mahamahadasha gives more
accurate results than other dasha system. Though this Vimshottari system of dasha is easy there
are some important and subtle points which gives accurate results while predicting a
horoscope. The Bhodaka, Vedaka, Pachaka and Karaka concepts are key points in changing or
modifying the result of a horoscope. For example, if a planet (we say it as original planet for
illustrative purpose) is supposed to give bad results, these planets change the original planet’s
results by occupying some specific places.

Bhodaka
This is the planet which indicates that the entire effects of the original planet (whether good or
bad) to continue in its mahadasha period.

Vedaka
Vedaka is the planet which changes all the effects of the original planet. For example, if the
original planet is supposed to give bad results, Vedaka makes it to give good results. If the
original planet is supposed to give good results, Vedaka makes it to give bad results.

Pachaka
Pachaka is the planet which makes the original planet to give more results than expected in its
dasha period.

Karaka
Karaka is the planet which gives results as per the original planet. If the native performs remedies
and charity work, he would get good results in this mahadasha period.

Now, Let’s see how to read above table


Sun
During Sun mahadasha, if Mars occupies 7th house from Sun (as shown in Fig 2), then it becomes
Bhodaka and Sun gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad results.
If Venus occupies 11th house from Sun (as shown in Fig 2), then it becomes Vedaka and Sun
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Sun is benefic for that horoscope, it gives malefic results and if
Sun is malefic it gives good results.

If Saturn occupies 6th house from Sun (as shown in Fig 2), then it becomes Pachaka, and Sun
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Sun.
If Jupiter occupies 9th house from Sun (as shown in Fig 2), then it becomes Karaka for Sun. If the
native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he can get
good results in this dasha period.
Moon
During Moon mahadasha, if Mars occupies 9th house from Moon (as shown in Fig 3), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Moon gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Sun occupies 3rd house from Moon (as shown in Fig 3), then it becomes Vedaka and Moon
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Moon is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Moon is malefic it gives good results.
If Venus occupies 7th house from Moon (as shown in Fig 3),then it becomes Pachaka, and Moon
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Moon.
If Saturn occupies 11th house from Moon (as shown in Fig 3), then it becomes Karaka for Moon.
If the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he
can get good results in this dasha period.

Mars
During Mars mahadasha, if Moon occupies 6th house from Mars (as shown in Fig 4), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Mars gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Mercury occupies 12th house from Mars (as shown in Fig 4), then it becomes Vedaka and Mars
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Mars is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Mars is malefic it gives good results.
If Sun occupies 2nd house from Mars (as shown in Fig 4), then it becomes Pachaka, and Mars
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Mars.
If Saturn occupies 11th house from Mars (as shown in Fig 4), then it becomes Karaka for Mars. If
the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he can
get good results in this dasha period.

Mercury
During Mercury mahadasha, if Jupiter occupies 4th house from Mercury (as shown in Fig 5), then
it becomes Bhodaka and Mercury gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Mars occupies 3rd house from Mercury (as shown in Fig 5), then it becomes Vedaka and
Mercury gives entirely reverse results i.e if Mercury is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives
malefic results and if Mercury is malefic it gives good results.
If Moon occupies 2nd house from Mercury (as shown in Fig 5), then it becomes Pachaka, and
Mercury gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Mercury.
If Venus occupies 5th house from Mercury (as shown in Fig 5), then it becomes Karaka for
Mercury. If the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity
works he can get good results in this dasha period.

Jupiter
During Jupiter mahadasha, if Mars occupies 5th house from Jupiter (as shown in Fig 6), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Jupiter gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Sun occupies 12th house from Jupiter (as shown in Fig 6), then it becomes Vedaka and Jupiter
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Jupiter is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Jupiter is malefic it gives good results.
If Saturn occupies 6th house from Jupiter (as shown in Fig 6), then it becomes Pachaka, and
Jupiter gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Jupiter.
If Moon occupies 7th house from Jupiter (as shown in Fig 6), then it becomes Karaka for Jupiter.
If the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he
can get good results in this dasa period.

Venus
During Venus mahadasha, if Jupiter occupies 6th house from Venus (as shown in Fig 7), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Venus gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Saturn occupies 4th house from Venus (as shown in Fig 7), then it becomes Vedaka and Venus
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Venus is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Venus is malefic it gives good results.
If Mercury occupies 2nd house from Venus (as shown in Fig 7), then it becomes Pachaka, and
Venus gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Venus.
If Sun occupies 12th house from Venus (as shown in Fig 7), then it becomes Karaka for Venus. If
the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he can
get good results in this dasa period.

Saturn
During Saturn mahadasha, if Moon occupies 11th house from Saturn (as shown in Fig 8), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Saturn gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Mars occupies 7th house from Saturn (as shown in Fig 8), then it becomes Vedaka and Saturn
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Saturn is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Saturn is malefic it gives good results.
If Venus occupies 3rd house from Saturn (as shown in Fig 8), then it becomes Pachaka, and Saturn
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Saturn.
If Jupiter occupies 6th house from Saturn (as shown in Fig 8), then it becomes Karaka for Saturn.
If the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he
can get good results in this dasa period.

Rahu
During Rahu mahadasha, if Jupiter occupies 9th house from Rahu (as shown in Fig 9), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Rahu gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Sun occupies 12th house from Rahu (as shown in Fig 9), then it becomes Vedaka and Rahu
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Rahu is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Rahu is malefic it gives good results.
If Mercury occupies 5th house from Rahu (as shown in Fig 9), then it becomes Pachaka, and Rahu
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Rahu.
If Mars occupies 4th house from Rahu (as shown in Fig 9), then it becomes Karaka for Rahu. If
the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he can
get good results in this dasa period.

Ketu
During Ketu mahadasha, if Mercury occupies 9th house from Ketu (as shown in Fig 10), then it
becomes Bhodaka and Ketu gives the full results it is supposed to give whether good or bad
results.
If Moon occupies 7th house from Ketu (as shown in Fig 10), then it becomes Vedaka and Ketu
gives entirely reverse results i.e if Ketu is benefic planet for that horoscope, it gives malefic
results and if Ketu is malefic it gives good results.
If Venus occupies 5th house from Ketu (as shown in Fig 10), then it becomes Pachaka, and Ketu
gives more good results since the Pachaka planet enhances the results of Ketu.
If Saturn occupies 4th house from Ketu (as shown in Fig 10), then it becomes Karaka for Ketu. If
the native tries hard and performs remedies mentioned in ancient texts and charity works he can
get good results in this dasa period.

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