Dr. Shanker Adawal
It is known to all that birth stars help the native to become a genius and Inventor but `Karma’ of the native is also important. The knowledge has to be acquired by doing `karma’ by way of learning and even if you are born with good stars, your deeds must help you to go ahead in life. Remembering Giani Zail Singh, the then President of India it is stated that he rose to the highest position because of birth stars and `Karma’. The known scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose (DOB – 30th November, 1858 A.D. at 4.25 P.M. – (LMT) (Long – 90.2 (E) and Lat 23.33 (N). Chart: The Sun – 227.1, The Moon 170, Mars 291.52, Mercury 243.48, Jupiter 56.39, Venus 247.38, Saturn – Rahu 312.49 and Ketu 132.49) showed a marked bent towards inventions from a very early age. Apart from having distinction in physics, the native brought to highlight many things pertaining to plant life. He had parivarthana (exchange) of houses between Venus (Lord of house of speech, fortune and intellect) (Born with Taurus Lagna (32 degrees of Zodiac) and Jupiter (Lord of the house of education and the Karka for wisdom) with reference to Chandra Lagan. The 2nd, 4th, 5th and 9th houses are important in assessing the intellectual greatness and worth of an individual. At the same time the Moon was aspected by Saturn as well as Jupiter and that is why he had been the victim of prejudice and race discrimination. Saturn’s aspect over the Moon must have given him lot of worry but Jupiter’s aspect enabled him to cultivate the strength of mind which is very essential for achieving the great objects. Jupiter in Lagna rendered him intensely human who could see deeply that the essential brotherhood of man was a growing reality and not a mere abstraction. Further, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus were completely free from malefics and these became responsible for knowledge, intelligence and wisdom.