Samvatsara : The Jupiter Years, You are the year you are born in !

Samvatsara: A year in the making with Brihaspati Jupiter

According to ancient text on Vedanga Jyotisha, of Author Sage Lagadha, Lord Prajapati or Brahma is the embodiment of Samvatsara, which explores different segments of time e.g day, seasons ritus, ayana and month masa. Thus, Prajapati presides over yugas which is equal to 5 years or samvatsara.

Samvatsara roughly means a period of one full year sidereal when the Sun enters the sign of Aries. Some scholars also define Samvatsara, as the time in which Brihaspati Jupiter with its average speed crosses the journey of one zodiac sign. When Jupiter completes its sojourn through the entire zodiac of twelve signs, then that comprises of 12 Samvatsaras. During the journey, Jupiter is close or far from the Earth, thus creating auspicious rays and not so auspicious.

This results in the effects of every samvatsara signification of that year being different. Sixty Samvatsaras repeat in a cycle of 12 years. Significator of a year is Shani, Saturn, which takes approximately 30 years to complete entire twelve signs of the zodiac.

At the beginning of creation, although sounds an anomaly, (As there is no beginning, as time is infinite, we must consider certain manageable periods that can be of measurable import. That is accordance with the Surya Siddhanta, where time Kala is of two kinds, one is Mahakalaa which infinite, eternal, irrefutable and can neither be born or slain even when the creation is slain.)

The yugas of periods started when Jupiter & Saturn were at 0 degree of Aries. Taking the lowest common multiple between the motion of Jupiter and Saturn which is 12 years & 30 years respectively, we get 60.

Therefore, every sixty years, both the planets reach the 0 degrees of Aries. In this interplay of Brihaspati & Shani, the angles formed, the and the influences coming thereof, have a remarkable influence on the Samavatsaraas.  The two outer planets are instrumental in affecting countries, individuals and eventually on a collective level, our inner workings which reflect in the collective subconscious.

(Jataka Bharnam Chap2)

Another way of viewing Samvatsaras and the 60-year cycle

Jupiter’s 60 years cycle is also known as Jovian Cycle, which in fact, reflects a combined effects of Jupiter and Saturn. After carrying out deep and sustained observa­tions of visible effects of Jupiter and also imperceptible and indirect effects of Saturn, the ancient sages put forward the results of each Samvatsara (Jovian year).

The exact definition means a Jovian year called bārhaspatya varśa referring to Bṛhaspati Jupiter.

There are sixty Jovian years that get mapped into (1) The Twelve Sun signs of the zodiac based on Jupiter transit and (2) sub-cycles of five-years called savatsara Yuga. In this manner we have 60 Jovian years (12 × 5 = 60).

One yuga comprises of five years, and are Samvatsara, Parivatsara, Idavatsara, Anuvatsara, and Idvatsara.

Year                        Deities

YEARS Taitreya Brhamana Garga VArahmihira
1.Samvatsara Agni Agni Agni
2.PArivatsara Aditya Aditya Aditya
3.Idavatsara Chandra Vaayu Chandra
4.Anuvatsara Vaayu Chandra Prajapati
5.Idvatsara X Mrityu Rudra

In the first year samvatsara rainfall will be evenly diustributed, 2nd parvatsara cycle rainfall will be good at start, while the thris cycle of Idavatsara rainfall will be plentiful throughout the year while in the fourth Anuvatsara, rainfall will be late, and in the last year rainfall will scanty.


Siddhanta Jyotisha, Astronomical text have counted 60 year cycle from to begin from Vijaya and going down to Nandana.

Varahmihira had other plans, he regarded the beginning of the samvatsara cycle not from Vijaya but from the 35th samvatsara of Prabhava. Since then Varahamihira times this sequence is accepted.

The first 20 of these samvaatsaras are named as Brahma Vimshatika, (possessing of Rajas qualities) those from 21-40 are Vishnu Vimshatika (possessing of Sattva qualities) and the last 20 are rudra vimshatika, (possessing of Tamas qualities)based on the great holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara.

Calculation of which year you belong to according to the Vikram Samvat

Vikrama Samvat – Vikram Samvat (िवकर्म संवत, abbreviated  ‘V.S.’) is the calendar established by Varāhamihira during the period of Indian emperor Vikramāditya of Ujjain, which is the home of one of the greatest jyotirliñga, the Mahākāleshwar. Vikramaditya invaded Ujjain and drove away from the Śakas. To commemorate this event, he started a new era called the “Vikrama era“. The Ujjain calendar started around 58–56 BCE, śukla pratipada (after the new moon) and follows the amānta māsa.Subsequently,  Shaka-era calendar was started in 78 CE at Pratishthana.

It is a popularly used calendar in North India and Nepal, among the Hindus and the Sikh population.  One of several regional Hindu calendars in use on the Indian subcontinent, it is based on twelve synodic Lunar months masa  and 365 Solar days dina.

The New Year always begins from the New Moon in CHaitra Masa Month, when the month is complete ends in Surya in Mesha Aries. This is the rule in Brahma-Sidhanta

The Vikram Samvat Calendar is approximately 56 years and 8½ months ahead of the current Gregorian calendar.  Consider the date 30 Mar 1987 and to this add 56 years and 8½ months. A simple system is to add 57 years to the Gregorian Year. For example 1987+57=2044 is the Vikrama samvat 2044 is from 1987-88.

Similarly, currently, year 2020, we follow this : 2020 + 57 = 2077 of Vikram samvat

Śloka 1.1 संवत्कालो गर्हयुतः कृत्वा शुन्यरसैयुर्तः। शेषाः संवत्सरा ज्ञेयाः पर्भवाा बुधैः कर्मात्॥ saṁvatkālo grahayutaḥ kṛtvā śunyarasairyutaḥ | śeṣāḥ saṁvatsarā jñeyāḥ prabhavādyā budhaiḥ kramāt ||

(References : Pandit Sanjay Rath PJC course)

Translation: Add nine to the Vikram samvat calendar year and reduce it by 128. Thereafter, expunge multiples of 60. The balance gives the Jovian year reckoned from Prabhava (1). Example: Convert VS 2077 to Jovian year.

Step 1: Add Nine to the VS and minus Twelve  2077 + 9 – 12 = 2074

Step 2: Divide this by 60 and take the decimal only  2041÷60 = 34.56666; Take 0.56666 only

Step 3: Multiply this decimal by 60 : .56666 ×60 = 33.999 corresponds to approx. 34, which is Śārvarī.

The twelve Yugas of 5-year periods in the Cycle of Brihaspati Jupiter

The lords of the 12 yugas consisting of 5 year periods in the cycle of JUpiter are in the following order :

    1.  First Lustrum Yuga ruled by Visnu
    2. 2nd  Lustrum Yuga ruled byJupiter
    3. 3rd Lustrum Indra
    4. 4th Fire Agni
    5. 5th Tvasta (Prajapati- Creator)
    6. 6th Ahirbhudhnya
    7. 7th lustrum The Manes
    8. 8th Visvedevas
    9. 9th lustrum Soma, The Moon
    10. 10th Indragni
    11. 11th lustrumThe Asvins
    12. 12th Lustrum ruled by Bhaga-Surya Sun

First Lustrum or Yuga : According to Brhat Samhita of Varahmira, during the period of Prabhava, there will be drought, outbreak of fires, storms, six fold troubles known as Itibadhas and phlelgmatic ailments.However, people generally won’t suffer.

2nd Year named Vibhaga sets in and then progressively it gets better.

The 1-5 comprise of Mars Kshtriyas, will govern the country well and there will be abundance of paddy, sugarcanem barley and grains (in short food and abundance) and end to hostilities, curses of kali yuga and people will be generally happy.

Second Lustrum or Yuga of Jupiter the 5 years named are Angiras, Srimukha, Yuvan and Dhata. The first 3 are auspicious, as people will be without fear and disease and rainfall will be plentifull, while the last two will be moderate, as diseases will crop up and wars will break out.

So, this year will have heavy influence of Sarvari. Not only that, it falls under the 7th Yuga of Jupiter presided over by the Manes. The other once in this 5-year cycle were Hemalambi, Vilambi, Vikari, Sarvari, and Plava.

The third Lustrum or Yuga of Jupiter, prsisded over Indra the years are Isvara, BAhudhanya, Pramathin, Vikrama and Vrsa. The first two years will be very auspicious and will confer on people the blessings of the Golden age. The year pramathin will be very harmful, while the last 2 will produce plenty of food but will cause disease and fear.

Fourth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter cycle , has chitrabhanu, is considered the best, while the second year Subhanu is of moderate effect, as it produces disease that are not fatal.Tarana gives abundance of rains, and Parthiva makes people happy with abundant crops. The last one Vyaya is said to be auspicious, but will be marked by activities of cupid (i.e. there will be many romances as well as various festivities.

Fifth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter presided over by tvasta is sarvajit. Out of Savadharin, Virodhin, Vikrat and khara, only Sarvadharin is beneficial and rest lead to danger.

Sixth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter presided over by Ahirbudhnya, years are NAndana, Vijaya, Jaya, Manmatha and durmukha. Of these the first three years are beneficial, while Manmatha, the 4th year is middling and last one is utterly baneful!


CURRENT CYCLE OF 2020

In this 7th Yuga, there will be stormy rains in Hemlambi, Vilambi will have scanty crops & rain (that year 2018 was year of austerity measures became sky high).

In the third-year great havoc caused by floods. In the fourth year which is year 2020-21 of Sarvari, there will be ‘famine’. Needless to say, we are already experiencing famine and drought like situation this year of 2020 given the virus pandemic, driving the world economy to a halt!


Eighth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter

Owned by Visvedevas are shokrit, shobhakrit, krodhin,visvasu, parabhava.The first two years will be highly beneficial to the people,while the third very troublesome. The last two will be moderate but the last one prabhava will be afflicted with fire, weapons, diseases, sorrow, and danger to brahmins(learned people) and cattle.

Ninth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter

belonging to the Moon ar Plavanga, Kilaka, Saumya, Sadharayna and Rodhakrit. Kilaka & Saumya are auspicious and beenficial while plavanga is troublesome to the people in many ways. In the year Sadharnaa there will be scanty rains and sixfold troubles will be on the increase. In the fifth year rodhakrit, rainfall will be sporadic but crops will flourish.

Tenth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter

Indragni the years are named Paridharin, Pramadhin, Ananda, Raksara and Anala. In the year Paridhavin, central country wil be destroyed, a king will meet with his end, rain will be scanty and disastrous fires will break out. In Pramadi the people will  generally be indolent, war will break out and trees that bear red flowers and whose seeds are red will perish. Next year Anandaa, will make everyone happy and propserous.Raksasa as well as Anala is destructive, though Raksas will help with growth of crops and later will lead to outbreak of fires and epidemics.

Elevnth Lustum Yuga of Jupiter

This is owned by Asvins, 5 years are in order of Pingala, Kalayukta, Siddharta, Raudra and Durmati. Pingala will cause excessive rains causing havoc to people, increase of robbers and jaw and asthmatic complains in people, that shake their jaws!.

Second year will be source of troubles. Third will be highly advantageous and auspicious. The year Raudra will be dreadful causing much suffering and destruction. Year Durmatic rainfall will be moderate.

Twelfth Lustrum Yuga of Jupiter

LAst lustrum is owned by the Bhaga , Sunyears are named as Dundhubhi, Udgarin,Raktaksa, Krodha, and Ksyaa. First year is helful to growth of abundance of crops, second year brings about the ruin of Kings and has uneven and irregular rains or fieccre at times. Third year there will b trouble from tusked animals like boars, and diseases. Fourth year will engendre excessive wrath (hatred) and will denude kingdoms athrough hostilities. Last year Ksyaa will create all kinds of Loss and destruction and panic among brahmins. Agiculturists will flourish. Vaishyas and Sudras will prosper and so will robbers and dacoits.


1  Prabhava 21 Sarvajita 41 Plavanga
2  Vibhava 22 Sarvadhārī 42 Kīlaka
3  Śukla 23 Virodhī 43 Saumya
4  Pramoda 24 Vikṛti 44 Sādhāraṇa
5  Prajāpati 25 Khara 45 Virodhakṛta
6  Āṅgirā 26 Nandana 46 Paridhāvī
7  Śrīmukha 27 Vijaya 47 Pramādī
8  Bhāva 28 Jaya 48 Ānanda
9  Yuvā 29 Manmatha 49 Rākṣasa
10  Dhātā 30 Durmukha 50 Anala
11  Īśvara 31 Hemalaṁbī 51 Piṅgala
12  Bahudhānya 32 Vilaṁbī 52 Kālayukta
13  Pramāthī 33 Vikārī 53 Siddhārthī
14  Vikrama 34 Śārvarī 54 Raudra
15  Vṛṣa 35 Plava 55 Durmati
16  Chitrabhānu 36 Śubhakṛt 56 Duṅdubhi
17  Subhānu 37 Śobhana 57 Rudhirodgārī
18  Tāraṇa 38 Krodhī 58 Raktākṣī
19  Pārthiva 39 Viśvāvasu 59 Krodhana
20  Vyaya 40 Parābhava 60 Kṣaya

THE EFFECTS OF BIRTH IN A SAMVATSARA

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  1. Prabhava: The native born in the ‘Prabhava Samvatsara’ is intent on or is in readiness for the collection of all kinds of things, is blessed with many sons, has excellent intellect, enjoys all kinds of comforts and has a long span of life.

According to Maansagri, Native born in this year will pursue religion of his cast and race  and his land, and be powerful & a learned person.

Yavana Jataka states one born here will have all sorts of comfort and will lead a long life amd amenities etc.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Prabhava (1987-1988 AD) will be daring, truthful, possessed of every virtue, proficient in astrology and pious.

  1. Vibhava: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vibhava’ enjoys things which are meant to be consumed (foods, drinks etc.) is extremely beautiful, strong and intelligent, knows the mysteries of arts, is like a king in his family (the chief of the family), good mannered, cultured and very learned.

 

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vibhava (1988-1989 AD) will be lustful, pure, constantly cheerful and will have prodigious wealth, relatives, learning and fame.

A person born in this Samvatsara, will have feminine but a cunning nature, be a wealthy and a charitable person.

Notes: As per Yavana Jataka, such a native will be endowed with many enjoyable comforts, will possess dark complexion with reddish eyes, a learned person duly con­ferred with royal honor.

without ostentation or show and is also endowed with scientific point of view.

According to another text: ‘Maan Saagri’, the native having his birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vibhava’ has disposition like that of a woman, restlessness in his nature, is a robber or smuggler, is wealthy and doer of good to others.

  1. Shukla: The native whose birth occurs in the Samvatsara of

Shukla always remains joyful, is extremely generous, has excellent qualities, is blessed with sons and wife, full of grandeur and prosperity, endowed with good fortune, and learning and humility. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Shukla (1989-1990 AD) will be an adulterer, effete, but liberal and intelligent.

The one who is born in this Samvat-sara, will be pure hearted with calm and peaceful mind, be modest and revered by women folks. He will be a philanthropist but a poor person.

Notes: Yavana Jataka holds different views inas­much as, such a person will be very lucky, noble and will indulge in pleasurable activities. He will be a scholarly person and is blessed with wife and children.

  1. Pramoduta: The native who has his birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pramod’ is the giver of alms (or charity), blessed with the joy of having sons, enjoys pleasure, is extremely beautiful, truthful, has good qualities, is skilful, deceptive, doer of good to others and proud.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Pramoduta (1990-1991 AD) will be clever in councel, business like, and voluble in speech.

Notes: The literal meaning of the word ‘Pramod’ is joy, happiness and comfort. Therefore, it is quite natural that the native having his birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pramoduta’ should have qualities in consonance with its name (Pramod). Here indication has been made of his (native’s) having the bad trait of deceptiveness. But it seems to be a contradiction that the person who is known for his truthfulness, good qualities, skilfulness, doing good to others should also have the bad trait of deceptiveness. Deceptiveness and truthfulness are really opposed to each other. But it may be concluded that such a person would be very skilled in getting his work done in one way or the other. The author of ‘Jataka Parijata’ speaks of such a person to be extremely devoted to his work.

As per Maansagri, A person born in Pramoda Samvatsara will sometime draw pleasure from the ac­quisition of assets and at times, from the associa­tion of women. He at times, will also pick up quarrel

with co-born, friends or even with his enemies. He will earn admiration of the king (Government) or will be his minister.

Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, the said native will have pleasure and will also afford happiness to oth­ers. An honest and knowledgeable person who possesses

  1. Prajothpatti: The native having his birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Prajothpatti’ is proud of being the husband of a wife who is endowed with good qualities, always kind hearted, practises the religion of his family, has excellent nature, does reverence to a god, Brahmin and his teachers, and is courteous.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Prajothpatti (1991-1992 AD) will be virtuous, bounteous, rich in sons and of a tranquil disposition.

Notes: Such a native has in addition to the above virtues the very important and distinguishing quality of creativity. Due to the joy, which is derived from creating something new, the person does not experience the pain arising from worldly matters. Therefore, the entrance of any pain in his life is almost an impossibility.

According to ‘Maan Saagri’, such a native has many issues, is the chief of a big family and is wealthy.

As per Maansagri, A person born in this Samvatsara will derive satisfaction in serving people (or son); will be a benefactor but voluptuous (experiencing plea­sures or pains); will have many children; will become famous in foreign land and be a wealthy person.

Notes: As per Yavana Jataka, the concerned per­son will look after his children and public at large. He will be virtuous, moderate and truthful and will worship ,God and Brahmins. His wife will possess good virtues and conduct as revealed in Jataka Bharnam. Normal rains and agriculture production are the mundane effects during this Samvatsara.

  1. Āngirasa: The native who is in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Āngirasa’ is endowed with beauty, is happy, has all the objects of enjoyment, self-pride, is sweet- spoken and blessed with many sons, keeps his thoughts (plans) secret in a proper way and is long-lived.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Āngirasa (1992-1993 AD) will be rich, sagacious, experienced and ever compassionate.

Notes: According to ‘Maan Saagri’ such a native performs religious rites in a proper way , knows the rules as laid down in ‘Dharma Shastras’ (Scriptures), has the knowledge of the Vedas and pays respect to guests and friends.

According to the author of ‘Jataka Parijata’, he is politic, prudent, skilful, always kindhearted and wealthy. Besides, such a native generally likes to eat satwik food, eats extremely sweet foods, has additional inclination (interest) towards the opposite sex and there is fearlessness in his disposition.

As per MaanSagri, A person born in this Samvatsara will be virtuous and bear a good moral conduct. He will have fondness for religion, Vedic scriptures and tra­ditional thoughts and adoration for his guests and friends.

Notes: Vide Yavana Jataka, the native will be volup­tuous, delightful and a self centered person. He will have long life and good number of children, Jataka Bharnam holds the identical views. Dissidents will appear over the national scene and in the Government giving rise to some unpleasant political developments in this year, are the mundane affects.

  1. Shrīmukha: The native whose birth takes place in the “Samvatsara’ of ‘Shrīmukha’ is wealthy, valorous, energetic, knows a number of ‘Shastras’, has affection for his friends, is endowed with truthful intellect, has physical strength, has good fame and is extremely generous.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Shrīmukha (1993-1994 AD) longs for women not his own, is honest and wealthy.

According to ‘Maan Saagri’ such a native is a trader of the articles of metal and adopts the way of dissimulation in accomplishing or effecting his work (object).

The author of Jataka Parijat also makes a somewhat contradictory statement about such a native and says that a native born in this ‘Samvatsara’ because of having a desire of sexual intercourse with some other man’s wife is endowed with a flirting mind.

Thus, despite the different statements in different books about such a native there is at least agreement on fact that the native born in the Samvatsara of Shrīmukha is wealthy, honoured and enjoys all kinds of enjoyable things.

As per Maansagri, A person born in this year, will be rich, devoted to God. He will deal in metals and be a hypocrite person ( indulges in fraudulent deeds):

Notes: A scholarly and peace loving person but gets raged easily, are the effects shown in Yavana Jataka. The people will have most harmonious and happy life and will reap good crops are the terrestrial events during the year.

According to the author of ‘Jataka Parijata’, he is politic, prudent, skilful, always kindhearted and wealthy. Besides, such a native generally likes to eat satwik food, eats extremely sweet foods, has additional inclination (interest) towards the opposite sex and there is fearlessness in his disposition.

Notes: According to ‘Maan Saagri’ such a native is a trader of the articles of metal and adopts the way of dissimulation in accomplishing or effecting his work (object).

The author of Jataka Parijat also makes a somewhat contradictory statement about such a native and says that a native born in this ‘Samvatsara’ because of having a desire of sexual intercourse with some other man’s wife is endowed with a flirting mind.

Thus, despite the different statements in different books about such a native there is at least agreement on fact that the native born in the Samvatsara of Shrīmukha is wealthy, honoured and enjoys all kinds of enjoyable things.

  1. Bhāva: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Bhāva’ has a splendid or magnificent mind, is very famous, is endowed with good qualities, is ready to give alms, is courteous, always remains happy and is endeared to many.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Bhāva (1994-1995 AD) will be an ascetic, a kingmaker, and renowned for his vast wealth and strength.

Notes: Such a native is regarded as having a lofty or high conduct. His heart is full of generosity and intelligence, he squanders away affinity with great love for one and all. His halo (or ring of light around the head of man) contains energy in his whole life.

In the view of the author of ‘Jataka Parijata’ such a native is an ascetic, engaged in government work, is exceptionally wealthy, is illustrious and strong.

As per Maansagri, A person taking birth in this Samvatsara will yearn for doing all sorts of work. (A workaholic kind). He will be fond of taking meals of fish and meat (non-vegetarian foods).

Notes: Vide Yavana Jataka, such a person will be brute and will draw great comfort from his reputation and happy life. He will posses charming personality, good qualities, fertile mind and be respectful to others—reveals Jataka Bharnam. On worldly front, corps and, rains will be of average level. Some kinds of epidemics may set in. The government will pass through tough and inharmoni­ous time.

  1. Yuva: The native who is blessed with birth in the’Samvatsara’ of ‘Yuva’ is the direct incarnation of happiness, is endowed with good qualities, is courteous, peaceful, bountiful or generous, full of erudition or learning, long-lived, has a very hard and firm body and is contented. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Yuva (1995-1996 AD) will be covetous, fickle-minded, ill-tempered, possessing a constitution, little liable to illness and acquainted with the healing art.

Notes: In consonance with the name the native born in this ‘Samvatsara’ is always in good health, has a strong and powerful body. But it is not known why in ‘MaanSaagri’ such a native has been spoken of as subjected to disease and pains. Besides, it has also been mentioned that he remains distressed due to his wife and is afraid from water. Additionally, in the ‘Samhita Granthas’ it has been stated that due to his having a youthful body many beautiful women remain prepared to entrust their youth (their youthful bodies) to him.

As per Maansagri, A person born in Yuva Samvatsara, will be aggrieved due to his wife. Afraid of water. He otherwise, will be quite happy though troubled by vari­ous sicknesses.

Notes: Yavana Jataka holds different views an ac­cording to which the person concerned will attain high reputation and behold righteous qualities and long life. He will be intelligent and generous. Jataka Bharnam affirm causing destruction of crops will be the mundane results these effects. Earthquakes coupled with heavy rain.

 

 

  1. Dhāta: Due to having birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Dhāta’ the native has pride of possessing all kinds of good qualities, is extremely beautiful, devoted to his ‘guru’ (teacher), skilled in craft or art and courteous and good-mannered. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Dhāta (1996-1997 AD) will be addicted to other people’s wives and a crafty lawyer.Notes: The literal meaning of the word ‘Dhāta’ is ‘Vidhāta’ (Lord Brahama, who is the Creator and Ordainer of the Universe). The word is also indicative of the Trimurti’ — Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesha — or Trinity according to the Hindu Mythology. If such a native is related to the world of craft or art, miscellaneous or various dimensions are distinctly and clearly seen in his work. The work accomplished by him gives the appearance or likeness of completeness.In ‘Maan Saagri’ the effects of birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Dhāta’ are described in the above manner. A person born in this year will be rich, beautiful, gentle, virtuous, will protect the poor and will possess a charming personality.

Notes: Devoted to the study of the Vedas is the ad­ditional effects shown in Yavana Jataka: A favorable time for the general public and every thing will be bounti­ful, are the earthly events taking place during this year.

But the effects of birth in this ‘Samvatsara’ as described in ‘Jataka Parijat´ are quite opposed to those described above. There such a native has been spoken of as one who has attachment or attraction towards someone else’s wife, is stupid or foolish and engaged in controversy.

  1. Īshvara: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Īshvara’ gets angry very soon (that is, he is short tempered), is full of joy, has good qualities in him, is valorous, skilful and sagacious, skilled in arts and is courteous.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Īshvara (1997-1998 AD) will be prosperous, steady-minded, and a good judge of merit.Notes: A native born in this ‘Samvatsara’ gets angry very soon only when something occurs which is contrary to his view or interest, otherwise he generally remains joyful.In ‘Maan Saagri’ very excellent effects have been stated for the native whose birth occurs in this ‘Samvatsara’. Such a native is wealthy, enjoys all kinds of physical or bodily pleasures, has interest in rearing cattle, but he earns wealth by remaining within the prescribed limits of religion. He has exceptional sexual desire. A person born in this Samvatsara, will be wealthy, fond of carnal pleasure; will pursue animal husbandry work and a religious person.

Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, such a person will be skillful in many jobs, will revere his preceptors and possess a charming personality but get easily provoked. He will be intelligent, judicious and practical person, states Jataka Bharnam. The crops and other Agri-prod-ucts and fruits will be in abundance but northern part will face some kind of calamity.

In ‘Jataka-Parijata’ an additional quality of appreciating or discerning the virtues of others, has also been mentioned for such a native.

  1. Bahudhānya: The native having birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Bahudhānya’ is wise in trade, respected by royalty (government), charitable, suffers from pride, knows the essential nature (or secrets) of the ‘Shastras’ and possesses many kinds of wealth and grains (physical comforts).According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Bahudhānya (1998-1999 AD) will be a rich merchant, beneficent and voluptuous.As per Maan Sagri, A person born in this year will be scholar of Vedas and exponent of art and music. A modest person who will be fond of drinks (wine etc.). Notes: As per Yavana Jataka, such a person will indulge in benevolent activities for the benefit of public. He will be rich and will have generous disposition. There will be ample rains and southern parts will have landslides or similar kind of destruction.
  2. Pramāthi: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pramāthi’ is endowed with chariots, flag, umbrella, horses, is engrossed in the study of Shastras, is killer of his enemy, minister of the king and has knowledge of the Vedas.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Pramāthi (1999-2000 AD) will be cruel, addicted to evil, hot tempered, friendless but living in comfort.

Notes: ‘Pramāthi’ is that man who is endowed with the virtue of a soldier. Such a person has the tendency of achieving his mission by means of force and does not give support to any other policy than that of harsh policy. The chariots, flag umbrella and horses mentioned in the Shloka are the indications of this fact that the native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pramāthi’ is a high official of the royal army. Flag and umbrella indicate royal insignia. Chariots and horses are replaced in the modern times by the fast and powerful conveyances and by planes and missiles which must be employed in the modern warfare. Here the effects described are opposed to those which are stated in ‘Maan Saagri’ according to which such a native has attachment (illegal) with some other man’s wife and wealth, is an addict and is a gambler.

The effects however, described in ‘Yawana-Jataka’: that is , the native born in the Samvatsara of ‘Pramāthi’ is an army soldier, minister of the king, recipient of gift, bears a bow (and arrows) knows the Shastras and amasses wealth, things which are blame worthy, remains in the company of men of vicious or wicked conduct, accomplishes things for others, has many wives, is dirty (base), lazy and avaricious (greedy).

As per Maansagri, person born in this Samvatsara will flirt with other’s woman, usurp other’s, wealth, be inclined to evil practices and be a gambler.

Notes: He will command an army or be a minister of the king (Government). An earnest worshipper of Lord Shiva and will get blessed. A scholar of ancient treatises who will be predisposed to amassing things. These are the results shown in Yavana Jataka. An uncertainly about rains will be built and scattered rains in various part of country be notified. These are the meteorological effects that could be seen this year.

  1. Vikrama: The native who is born during the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vikrama’ remains engaged in doing extremely terrible or fierce deeds, is skilled in attacking the enemy’s army, is a warrior or champion, has patience and endurance, is extremely generous and valorous or powerful.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vikrama (2000-2001 AD) will be wealthy and valiant and command an army.

Notes: The word ‘Vikrama’ means strength, bravery or valour. The effects indicative of these virtues has been referred to in the ‘Shloka’. Such a native can do even the hardest work and he is always eager and ready also for it . If such a person has got the position of a high official under the King (or in the government), then his term of service is spent in executing the various plans and schemes of the king (or the government). As per Maan Sagri, the one born in this year will not have any kind of addiction; be glorified; will have control over his senses (Jitendera); be brave and a learned person. Notes: It is stated in Yavana Jataka, that such a

person will exceptionally be brave who will run over other kingdoms (out and out an acquisitive person). He will indulge in atrocious and crude and daring deeds. Jataka Bhamam carries the similar results. The mandate effects will include invasion by the enemy and abundant and widespread rains coupled with gales and strong winds.

  1. Vrusha: The native having birth in the Samvatsara’ of ‘Vrusha’ praises the work done by his own self, does things which are blameworthy, remains in the company of men of vicious or wicked conduct, accomplishes things for others, has many wives, is dirty (base), lazy and avaricious (greedy).

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vrusha (2001-2002 AD) will be a pauper, lost to all sense of shame and engaged in doing what is wrong.

As per Maan Sagri, A person born in this Samvatsara will have fat belly, thick feet (obese body) and small hands, be proud of his family members who will un­dertake their nourishment; and will have accom­plished wealth and religious sentiments and will ac­quire a great deal of assets.

Notes: In Jataka Bharnam quite a different views have be expressed wherein the native will tend to per­form blemishing and culpable acts and be a self-actuating person. He will be in the company of corrupt, immoral and indignant people. Have more than one wives and will live an inactive and sluggish life. Yavana Jataka supports these views. The country will pass through favourable time and will have adequate rains (are the mundane re­sults).

  1. Chitrabhānu: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Chitrabhānu’ is fond of (wearing) various kinds of clothes and flowers, has a heart or mind which is full of different ambitions, is good natured and is endowed with crafts or arts.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Chitrabhānu (2002-2003 AD) will have the energy and the beauty of the lord of the day.As per Maan Sagri, The one born in this year will be brilliant, self esteemed, highly opinioned and a great devotee of Gods.

Notes: He will be proficient in many fields of learning, rich and good in oration. These are the results shown in Yavana Jataka.

  1. Svabhānu: The native getting birth in the Samvatsara of ‘Svabhānu’ has curly hair, simple nature, beautiful form (body), is the conqueror of the enemy side, wise, courteous, has smiling joyful face and is endowed with splendour or magnificence.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Svabhānu (2003-2004 AD) will have the learning, conduct and virtue characteristic of his tribe or race.

As per Maan Sagri, A person born in this Samvat-sara will carry out promising deeds who will be ben-efitted both from his friends and foes. He will store variety of articles.

Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, he will possess tawny eyes, brown hair and fair skin. He will be cunning, crafty, lavish and by and large, not a good person. Jataka Bharnam calls him a vanquisher, intelligent, humble and a cheerful person.

  1. Tārana: If there is birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Tārana’, the native is deceitful or cunning but is valiant (warrior or champion) or heroic, restless, well versed (skilled) in arts and crafts, extremely harsh and cruel, doer of those things which are the object of hatred, consumer of those things which are obtained by him and is endowed with wealth.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Tārana (2004-2005 AD) will possess exceeding wealth and strength and will be a philosopher.

Notes: The compound word in the verse is full of much meaning. Here Pandit Dhundhi Raj wants to say that though such a native is wealthy, but he is not the hoarder of things; he has the tendency of consuming things obtained by him.

According to ‘Maan Saagri’ such a native is popular, is boycotted or ostracized by the people of all religions, that is, he has atheistic attitude towards religion, is employed in state service and earns wealth through this very means. As per MaanSagri,one born in the year of Tarana Samvatsara will be loved by all and will repose faith in all religions. He will be honoured and rewarded with wealth by the king (Government/employer).

Notes: Yavana Jataka holds different views to say that such a person will be vicious, unjust and immoral who will incur deprivation and be an utterly bad and dis­solute person. Jataka Bharnam also holds scornful ef­fects for such a native. On mundane activities, there will be some conflicts amongst the states and the country will face shortage of food stuffs and eatables.

  1. Pārthiva: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pārthiva’ performs the rites of his religion (with reverence), is well versed (learned) in the excellent Shastras, is a perfected hand (skilled) in the field of arts, sensual or pleasure-loving and is the chief of his family.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Pārthiva (2005-2006 AD) will be a king unequalled for his prosperity and happiness.

Notes: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Parthiva’ is very much conscious of accomplishing or fulfilling the customs and conventions of his country. It is contrary to his nature that he should give even a little relaxation in this regard. He is a follower of tradition and his conduct is in accordance with the Shastras. He does not have even a little A person born in this Samvatsara will be capable of creating and destroying work like Lord Brahma and Lord Shiva. He will provide com­forts to others and be a benefactor and a religions person.

Notes: An affable person who will be commended by the royalty (Government). He will be tall and possess charming features, are the results as portended in Yavana Jataka. He will be disposed to the Vedic scrip­tures says Jataka Bharnam.attraction towards novelty.

  1. Vyaya: The native getting birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vyaya’ is very much engrossed in enjoying worldly pleasures, subjected to addictions (like drinking), fearless in begging from someone, that is, always ready to beg without any hesitation and therefore always remains in debt, is restless and has a tendency of spending much.

As per MAanSagri, A person born in this Samvatsara, will be a benefactor, given to material pleasure, chieflyinvolved in public welfare. He will remain happy and have host of friends. Notes: Yavana Jataka carries divergent views to say that such a person will be disposed to gambling and drinking. He will squander away his wealth on woman and other lascivious activities. Given to steeling and on the whole he will not be a good person. There will be exciting time but due to some afflictions on the earth, the living will become costly. These will be the earthly effects dur­ing the year.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vyaya (2006-2007 AD) will be lustful, cowardly, immoral, staking his property in gambling, and addicted to wickedness.Notes: Such a native does not have the tendency of amassing (collecting) wealth for the needs of hard times. He has the habit of asking loans even to the limits of shamelessness and due to his habit of spending too much always remains in debt.

  1. Sarvajith: The native who gets birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Sarvajith’ is honoured by the king, always celebrates very great functions and is pure. He has a huge body. He is a conqueror of the king as well as his enemies.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Sarvajith (2007-2008 AD) will be eloquent, possessed of great physical strength, versed in sacred scriptures, virtuous, and conversant with the real nature of things.Notes: Huge body means that the limbs of his body are relatively bigger in size. According to ‘Samhita Granthas’ such a native is wise and intelligent but proud. He always thinks to establish his supremacy or lordship over those who are weaker than him.

As per Saagri, One born in this year will win over his enemies (adversaries), will be a devotee of Lord Vishnu and will perform virtuous deeds.

Notes: He will be short built with dark complexion and stout body. He will be devoted to achieving his objec­tives and goals and be well versed in Vedantas. These are the effects portended in Yavana Jataka. There will be over all prosperity in the country and new laws will be promulgated for the benefit of public.

  1. Sarvadhāri: If the birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Sarvadhāri’ the native is the master of a retinue of servants and he enjoys many kinds of comforts and pleasures. He is endowed with beauty, likes sweet foods, has patience and endurance and obeys (follows) traditions and conventions.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Sarvadhāri (2008-2009 AD) will be well-to-do, versed in the arts and liked by kings.

As per Maansagri, person born in this Samvat-sara, will be the beloved of his mother and father, be devoted to his preceptor (Guru). He will be rich, brave, cool hearted (placid mind) and a dignified person.

Notes: He will have host of servants, be given to carnal pleasures, wealth and obsessed with sweet foods, as deposed in Yavana Jataka and affirmed by Jataka Bharnam.

  1. Virodhi: One who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Virodhi’ is an eloquent speaker, wanders in foreign lands, does not give joy and happiness to his own people (people belonging to his family), is extremely deceitful or cunning and does not develop relationship or friendship with the people.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Virodhi (2009-2010 AD) will be afflicted, delighting in the company of the wicked and addicted to sinful deeds and cruel. A person born ‘in Virodhi year will eat fish and meat (be a non-vegetarians). He will be disposed to religion, will have pleasant appearance and be respected by the people.

Notes: As per Yavana Jataka, he will squabble with his family members and be lewdly interested in others wives and will develop enmity with every one.

A persuasive speaker and moving around foreign countries are the additional views expressed in Jataka Bhamam. A communal disharmony in the country will be the terrestrial effects during the year.

  1. Vikruti: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vikruti’ is subjected to poverty, is certainly horrible looking, has a tall body, is given to pride and is lacking in wisdom and intelligence and does not establish friendship with anyone.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vikruti (2010-2011 AD) will be full of guile, love-sick, and devoting his mind to magic formularies and their practical application in ceremonies.

  1. Khara: One who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Khara’ is lustful, dirty in his body, speaker of very harsh and loud words without any reason or purpose, is given to quarrelling, is shameless and possesses a huge body.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Khara (2011-2012 AD) will be unattractive, worthless, depressed in speech, sinful and mischievous. One born in this Samvatsara will be an artist of fine art (Chitrakar) and skilled in dancing and music. He will be of firm conviction, benefactor, famous and given to enjoying pleasure. A person born in this year, will earn wealth through violence and by inculcating friendship with people. He will take care of his family and be ahyperactive person.Notes: He will be lewd, insolent and immodest person who will work for others at their terms. He will have long life but will live in filthy conditions – as contended in YAVANA Jataka.

Notes: Yavana Jataka avers different effects inas­much as the said person though possesses artistic talent, will be of immoral conduct; will have lean physique with dark complexion and enlarged limbs. Vide Jataka Bharnam, he will face penury and indigence and be a dull-witted person. In worldly matters, scantily rains and destruction of crops will be the effects during this year.

  1. Nandana: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Nandana’ gets water tank, well, dug and gets constructed Dharamshala (a lodge for the stay of pilgrims). He is always interested in donating grains as alms . He has pure heart and remains happy as he has wife and sons.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Nandana (2012-2013 AD) will delight everybody, enjoy the favour of kings and will be conversant with the meaning of the sacred hymns in scripture. A person born in this Samvatsara will remain ever delightful, look after the welfare of his family. He will be honoured by the king (Government employer). Notes: He will initiate many schemes for this benefit

of poors, in the form of digging well and tanks, providing

meals etc. (Yavana Jataka). There will be peace and

tranquility among public who will live in harmony

(Mundane’s effects).

  1. Vijaya: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ named ‘Vijaya’ shows bravery and valour during war, is of good conduct, is honoured by the king, is an excellent speaker, bountiful, kind hearted and killer of his enemy.

One born in this year, will possess charming features, will have fame, happiness and drain benefit from his efforts. He will stage victory over his enemies in the battle.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vijaya (2013-2014 AD) will be virtuous and will abound in real excellences.Notes: Such a native is very conscious regarding his aims and objects and ambitions. He procures these in any way, no matter what measures he must adopt for it. He believes in removing the obstacles in the way of achieving his aims and objects in a very cruel way and by a clever device. He does not care even if someone suffers loss from it. According to ‘Jataka Parijat’ such a native is religious, truthful and is prosperous. And the author of ‘Maan Saagri’ also praises the native having his birth in the Samvatsara of ‘Vijaya’. He points out. “Such a native gets fame, long life, glory or honour, happiness, success in all his efforts, is a hero or champion in the war and is invincible or unconquerable by his enemy, that is, such a native gets victory in war, has the happiness from wife, obtains the auspicious and inauspicious effects due to his friend and enemy and is involved in trade.

 

  1. Jaya: The native who is born in the ‘Samvastsara’ of ‘Jaya’ is the doer of ‘Shastrartha’ (doctrinal debate and discussion) on the subject of ‘Shastras’ with the learned persons (learned in religion), is honoured in the world, is bountiful and generous, destroyer of the enemies, has a longing or desire of getting victory, is engrossed in worldly or sensual enjoyment and is very resplendent or shining.As per Maansagri, A person born in this year, will post a victory over his enemy in a war. He will beget profit from beautiful damsels, enemies as well as from his friends and be a proficient businessman.Notes: He will be learned and a dignified person who will also glorify others and will be well versed in many ancient texts. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Jaya (2014-2015 AD) will be either a king or like a king.

Notes: Such a person is endowed with every kind of joy and comfort. He is born during prosperity, passes his whole life in prosperity and leaves this world in prosperity. His life is full to the brim with all kinds of means of enjoyment. The pride of success, the peace arising due to the satisfaction of his desires, dignity of having knowledge, and the feeling of perfection or completeness, all these may be easily experienced (seen) on his face.

 

  1. Manmatha: If there is birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Manmatha’, the native is adorned with ornament of special kind, gets sensuous pleasure with woman, is sweet-spoken, always remains engaged in singing and dancing and is voluptuous (one who enjoys the pleasures of the senses).

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Manmatha (2015-2016 AD) will have a craving for sensual enjoyment and will be victorious over his foes.

Notes: ‘Manmatha’ is the god of Love (cupid) or the god of sexual desire. In our ‘Puranas’, ‘Kamdeva’ (Manmatha) has been identified with the deity or god of the arts of dancing, music etc. As said, the native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Manmatha’ is handsome, delicate, given to sensuality (gratification of sexual desire), serene or mild, sweet-spoken and a lover of ornaments. His way of doing things (his style) is extremely beautiful. He is a lover of beauty. His aesthetic sense is excellent. He is naturally amorous by disposition. He gets honour in society due to his serenity or modesty, courtesy (proper or good conduct), sociableness, balanced thoughts, wisdom and intelligence, understanding and discerning or critical point of view. Such a native is not subjected to any want (or poverty).

As per Maansagri, A person born in this Samvat‑

sara, will be exceedingly lustful, highly intelligent,

greedy and wealthy. He will be extremely ruthless,

deeply involved in carnal pleasure and an immensely

powerful person.

Notes: An eloquent speaker is the only additional re‑

sults stated in Yavana Jataka.

  1. Durmukhi: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Durmukhi’ is cruel, of cheating nature, is endowed with reprehensible or blameworthy mentality, is avaricious, has a curved mouth and curved hands and feet, remains engrossed in sins, has ideas which are opposed to those of others and is extremely villainous and wicked.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Durmukhi (2016-2017 AD) will be void of virtue and wealth and will be immoral. Notes: The word “Durmukha’ means ‘one who has an ugly face’. It is due to this that such a native has been spoken of as having curved mouth and curved hands and feet. Besides this, curvedness or crookedness is there on the intellectual plane as well. It is almost impossible that such a native should agree to the thoughts and ideas which are accepted by one and all. As per Maansagri,One born in this year will havestrict morals, solaced mind and an expert worker. He will be adored at all places due to his good qualities and despite being a philanthropist, will get into controversies and will have foul-mouthed (scurrilous) wife.Notes: Yavana Jataka carries diverse views in this respect. It reveals that such a person will have deceitful, depraved, sinful and immodest nature. He will have a based wife (low caste) and she will be disposed to im‑moral act, or he will be incapable of reciprocating progeny. Jataka Bharnam, holds views which are akin to the very meaning of this Samvatsara, to say that the nativewill have crooked mouth (face), hands and feet. (Durmukh connotes ugly face). This text affirms rest ofthe results.
  1. Hevilambi: If the birth is there in the ‘Samvastsara of ‘Hevilambi’ or ‘Hemalambi’, the native is endowed with horse, means of conveyance which is costly, of high speed and four wheeled, gold, clothes, wealth and grains and gems. He has the happiness of having a good wife and sons and he has the tendency of collecting all kinds of material things (for comfort and convenience).

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Hemalambi (2017-2018 AD) will be ill-natured and will ardently pursue agricultural and other operations.

Notes: The Hindi word ‘Hema’ is the synonym of ‘Suwarana’ or gold. Such natives are generally seekers of comfort and happiness. They have materialistic point of view and are very successful in worldly matters. They proceed towards prosperity right from their young age. They have the tendency to bring to their homes even the costliest of things. They regard their own comfort and happiness as of prime importance. Such a person is respected in society only due to his prosperity or richness. Otherwise he is very miserly. Such a person is of little use to anyone when his help is needed or when an occasion to help others arrives.

According to the writer of ‘Jataka Parijata’ such a native is pure and clean, peaceful, extremely adroit or skilled, honoured everywhere due to his virtues, is beneficent, one who remains engaged or busy in religious debates or discussions and is the husband of an ugly-faced wife. The native is of wicked soul, and has a desire to do agricultural and such other works.

But according to the author of ‘Jataka Parijata’ such a native is devoid of virtues, wealth and good conduct.

As per Maansagri, he will be miser despite having ruby, pearl like gems etc. (precious stones) and Ashtdhatu (eight types of essential metals). He will be quite famous amongst his people. Notes: Yavana Jataka also holds that the native will be very rich with valued items of great worth, abundant granary and cattle. He will have great deal of happiness and good children.

  1. Vilambi: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vilambi’ is deceitful, extremely avaricious or greedy, lazy, phlegmatic (that is, his predominant humour is Phlegm), weak, fatalist and has the habit of speaking without purpose, serviceable, defeated by his wife, contented, keeps his thoughts secret, and is of restless nature.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vilambi (2018-2019 AD) will be prosperous, resorted to by the Brahmana community and disinterestedly benevolent. As per MAansagri, One born in this year will be lazy, diseased and an aggrieved person. He will possess a large family. Notes: He will be narrow-minded and suffer from phlegmatic disorder. A self-centered, deceitful and evil person (Yavana Jataka).

  1. Vikāri: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vikāri’ is extremely stubborn (obstinate), skilled or experienced in all the arts, has a tendency to collect things, a restless mind, is deceitful or cunning, has the habit of speaking too much and without purpose and does not have belief in his friends. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vikāri (2019-2020 AD) will be sickly, cowardly, indigent, irresolute and of an ignoble nature.A person born in this Samvatsara will suffer from blood related diseases (cancer etc.), will possess red eyes, have bilious nature, will love to live in forests and be a poor person. Notes: Yavana Jataka does not mention any of the above sufferings caused to the native and instead, it presages that such a person will be imprudent, self-centered, ill-natured, unprincipled and deceitful.

 

  1. Shārvari: The native who has birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Shārvari’ is skilled or experienced in trade activities, is sensual or pleasure-loving, is not conformable to or in accord with friends and remains engaged in acquiring the knowledge of many branches of Learning. As per Maan Sagri, One born under this Samvatsara,will be a scholar of Vedic-Shastras and will reposegreat reverence in Gods and Brahmins. He will be fond of sweet foods.Notes: According to Jataka Bharnam, he will be brave and get involved in trading business and be dis­dainful towards his friends and will possess tall and lean body with lazy eyes. None of these features figured in the above text.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Shārvari (2020-2021 AD) will have exceeding wealth and enjoyment and will be cheerful, honest and well-behaved .

 

  1. Plava: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Plava’ is extremely voluptuous (has excessive sexual desire), wealthy, gets respect due to his being serviceable, defeated by his wife, contented, keeps his thoughts secret, and is of restless nature.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Plava (2021-2022 AD) will be tranquil, generous, compassionate, brave and devoted to his own duties. A person born in this year will be fond of sleeps, given to enjoying pleasure, an entre­preneur, renowned and revered by his people.

Notes: With vacillating and infirm mind, he will be lustful and of a short height as narrated in Yavana Jataka which are in a way, obtuse to the above text. On worldly matters, there will wide spread of contagious epidemics during the year. The grain crops will also be affect by pests etc. Later excessive rains will also cause havoc.

 

  1. Shubhakruth: The native getting birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Shubhakruth’ is endowed with good fortune, learning, courtesy or humility and excellent virtuous deeds, is long-lived and has many sons and much wealth and property.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Shubhakruth (2022-2023 AD) will be dupe of women, but learned, handsome and intelligent.

Notes: ‘Shubhakruth’ may be spoken as ‘Shubha’ also. ‘Shubha’ means auspicious or good and ‘Shubhakruth’ means the doing of the deeds of auspiciousness or goodness. Such a native has religious ideas and he performs religious and virtuous deeds also. Besides this, he is adroit or skilled in the work he performs. One born in this Samvatsara, will be well versed in his work, reputed, religious and

also an ascetic person. He will take care of his people and be proficient in his dealings.

Notes: Yavana Jataka holds views which are compat­ible to the name, like he will be highly fortunate and benefactor to others, learned and noble person who will have good longevity and will yearn for opulence and chil­dren. Mundane results are that the populace will rejoice and have prosperous time.

  1. Shobhakruth: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Shobhakruth’ makes progress in every field. He is handsome looking, has excellent virtues, is kind-hearted, and doer of good deeds. Specially he gets victory or success in the battle of life. He is endowed with brilliance, courtesy or humility, has beautiful eyes and is skilful.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Sobhakrit (2023-2024 AD) will be wise, possessed of royal virtues and fond of learned pursuits.Notes: This ‘Samvatsara’ is known as ‘Shobhana’ also. The meaning of the words ‘Shobhana’ and ‘Shobhakruth’ is the same, because the meaning of both is beautiful, excellent and auspicious. The words beauty and brilliance are synonyms of it. The author of ‘Jataka Parijata’ uses the word ‘Sobhakrit’ instead of ‘Shobhakruth’.The meaning of term ‘Sobhakrit’ is an auspicious composition. Here also its effects are said to be of becoming learned, a king, a man of virtue and endowed with learning and education.

A person born in this year will be of noble mind, peace loving, brave and a donor. He will not live long to enjoy the fullest results.

Notes: He will be a very accomplished person, have good looks and will be kind and noble but with a tinge of lusty nature (Yavana Jataka). There will be good _rains and production. However, some kind of sickness (uncer­tainty) will prevail in the country) (Mundane)

 

  1. Krodhi: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Krodhi’ is cruel-eyed, cruel natured, has great love for his wife and is dear to her, is extremely haughty or proud, puts obstacles in the way of some other person and is hot tempered or prone to anger.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Krodhi (2024-2025 AD) will be an adulterer, addicted to evil ways, crafty and of an angry temperament.

Notes: The term cruel-eyed should be taken to mean as one casting sinful eye (on women). In ‘Maan Saagri’ such a native has been spoken of as having interest in science and in collecting roots and herbs. One born in this Samvatsara will be of high temper, brave, a scientist and will stock medi­cines (or gathering of medicinal plants/roots). He will talk ill of others.

Notes: Vide Yavana Jataka, the said person will pos­sess yellowish eyes (tawny), be rich like a king and will have slow gait. He will be lasciviously inclined towards other women and will ruin others. (Being scientist and handing herbs and roots stands to mean that the indi­vidual will be either medical practitioner (Vaidya) or medi­cal scientist).

 

  1. Vishvāvasu: The native whose birth has occurred in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Vishvāvasu’ is blessed with a virtuous wife and son, is excessively generous, has excellent conduct, excessive patience and endurance, likes sweet foods and is endowed with all the virtues.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Vishvāvasu (2025-2026 AD) will have a high sense of honour, will be fond of the comic and will evince admiration for those who are rich in moral worth. A person born in this year, will be decorated by scepter of king with weapon, staff, flag, Chowrie etc. He will hold a chief ministerial posi­tion.

Notes: He will be a sagacious and blissful person who will have noble, benevolent and tidy disposition. (YavanaJataka). The nation will face debts and go in for heavy borrowings some kind of contagious disease will also set in (Mundane).

  1. Parābhava: He whose birth has occurred in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Parābhava’ can hardly make accumulation of wealth, is the speaker of bitter or harsh words, is devoid of good conduct and is stupid.One born in this Samvatsara, will be scared of cold, timid, irreligious and will cause injuries to others.Notes: Yavana Jataka holds different contents in this matter and vide which, the person concerned will hanker after the wives of other person. He will be deceitful but friendly to his co-borns. He will not be well off and lack resources. (This Samvatsara is different than the first Samvatsara viz Parabhava).According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Parābhava (2026-2027 AD) will be engaged in wickedness and will prove the ruiner of his family.
  2. Plavanga: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Plavanga’ is volatile or of restless mind, does not have a desire to do good deeds, is deceitful, devoid of good conduct, thoughtless and has a weak body. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Plavanga (2027-2028 AD) will be lustful, fond of relatives, evincing a partiality for children and slow-witted. A person born in this year will have terrifying looks;be given to steeling, will hold immense properties, be the leader of public and fal­low of Yoga system (Philosophy).

Notes: On the contrary Yavana Jataka states that he will take on and stoop to volatile and unethical works. He will not follow his family tradition. In worldly matters, he will be threat of enemy invasion. The adversaries of the government will gain strength and cause disorder. There will be the possibility of earth- quake and scanty rains.

  1. Kīlaka: The native who is born in ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Kīlaka’ is of medium or average handsomeness (that is, he is neither very much beautiful nor very much ugly), is sweet-spoken, kind hearted, has love for water, has very fat legs, beautiful forehead, is strong and destroyer of his enemies. One born in this Samvatsara will be an artist (Chitrakar), self-esteemed, favourite of Brahmins and devoted to his mother and father.

Notes: Here again Yavana Jataka have different ex­planations and according to which, the person will have a voluptuous disposition and pitiless attitude. He will have intense feelings of dehydration and uneasy sensation oc­casioned by want of food. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Kīlaka (2028-2029 AD) will devote himself to divine worship and will be exceedingly fortunate and valiant.

  1. Saumya: If the birth is there in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Saumya’, the native is destined to be a pandit or learned-man, wealthy, very sensual (or given to worldly pleasures) has love for his deity or god and his guest, is pure, is endowed with Sattwika habits and a weak body, reputation through the medium of trade.According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Saumya (2029-2030 AD) will be tranquil, universally popular, exceedingly wealthy and firm-minded. A person born in this year will be pious, courteous, of balanced mind and expert in his work. He will be a dignified and victorious person who will serve the destitute and enjoy the fruit of good deeds.

Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, he will be a learned person, big spender as well as will extend his hospitality to Brahmins and guests. He will undergo atonement to amend his sins.

  1. Sādhārana: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Sādhārana’ has love for wandering here and there, is talented in writing, has discrimination or prudence, is given to anger, is pure and is detached or free from worldly pleasures.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Sādhārana (2030-2031 AD) will be versed in various branches of learning and will possess a sound understanding. One born in this Samvatsara will be enterprising and will get contended with little. He will be engrossed in religious matters. The other ef­fects will be of ordinary kinds.

Notes: The native will be virtuous and contended and will reside abroad. He will get easily provoked (Yavana Jataka). The populace and the government will be in a harmonious state. There will be earthquake and similar kind of unnatural accidents.

  1. Virodhikrita: The native whose birth falls in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Virodhikrita’ remains engrossed in the worship of Lord Shiva, is given to anger, quarrels with or opposes many and neglects his father.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Virodhikrita (2031-2032 AD) will be credulous, ill-tempered, indigent and given to wandering. A person born in this year will be against his co-born. He will feel delighted in one mo­ment and will get angry in other moment and be a wanderlust person.

Notes: Yavana Jataka while affirming the core results adds that he will harbour enmity with every one including his father but will be at the service of his clan (race). This year will ensue distorted state of affairs in the transportations department in some part of the country (Mundane).

  1. Paridhāvi: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Paridhāvi’ is learned, courteous, adroit in the field of arts, wise and honoured in the king’s court.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Paridhāvi (2032-2033 AD) will be ill-behaved, harsh in speech, and possessed of wealth. One born in this Samvatsara, will be of low intelligence, lethargic who will move around in foreign land. He will be devoted to his Gods and religious places.

Notes; He will be a scholarly person says Yavana Jataka (contrary to the above text). It adds that he will be well versed in many arts, enterprising and have be­nevolent disposition. There will be low level of production in the central part of the country (Mundane).

 

  1. Pramādicha: The man who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Pramādicha’ is villainous or wicked, proud, quarrelsome, avaricious or greedy, has great love for his own men, is destined to be poor, has weaker intellect and is the doer of deeds which are reprehensible or blame worthy.

 

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Pramādicha (2033-2034 AD) will estrange his relatives and will long for women not his own. A person born in this Samvatsara, will worship lord Shiva with fragrant and sandal beds string (rosary). He will be devoted to virtuous deeds.

Notes: He will be hostile to his co-borns and will also contemptuous towards his family. Though be an intelli­gent person, he will have bent of wicked deeds (Yavana Jataka). However, Jataka Bharnam calls the said person be affectionate to his people but affix ms his intelligence.

  1. Ānanda: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Ānanda’ has a number of wives, is skilful, excessively adroit, is always endowed with the happiness of having a son, is learned, has sense of gratitude or thankfulness, is courteous and liberal or bountiful.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Ānanda (2034-2035 AD) will be of a joyous temperament, will be devoted to the study of traditional doctrines and sacred scriptures and will be acquainted with the real nature of all things. One born in this year will be full of happiness, will rever his guests and will be contended with ones relatives and will have pecuniary gains.

Notes: Native will have more than one wife, sons and many friends. He will share happiness with others and ab­solve others (Yavana Jataka). There will be plenty of food, grains etc., and peace and tranquility will prevail in the country (Mundane).

  1. Rākshasa: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Rākshasa’ is extremely cruel or malefic, doer of reprehensible or blameworthy deeds, quarrelsome, devoid of religion and thoughtfulness, cruel and also courageous.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Rākshasa (2035-2036 AD) will be sinful, indulge in vain talk, and will injure the virtuous. A person born in this year will be fond of meat and fish (non-vegetarian). He will be taken to violent acts, a drinker (wine, spirit) and will get indulged in aimless and sinful acts.

Notes: Yavana Jataka also portrays evil effects for this Samvatsara and elaborates, that this individual will be deeply involved in ungracious deeds, be unmindful of good and bad acts and a thankless person. The religious minded persons and religion would stand in the back ground in favours to materialistic activities (Mundane).

A person born in this year will be fond of meat and fish (non-vegetarian). He will be taken to violent acts, a drinker (wine, spirit) and will get indulged in aimless and sinful acts.

Notes: Yavana Jataka also portrays evil effects for this Samvatsara and elaborates, that this individual will be deeply involved in ungracious deeds, be unmindful of good and bad acts and a thankless person. The religious minded persons and religion would stand in the back ground in favours to materialistic activities (Mundane).

  1. Nala: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Nala’ is gifted with good sense (intelligence), is deft or expert in the trade of things produced (or obtained from) in water, is of good character, a little wealthy, restless, and is a supporter of many.

As per Maansagri, One born in Na/a Samvatsara will have many children and friends, greed for wealth and be a quarrelsome person. He will face loss, sorrow and grief (in his life).

Notes: He will acquire assets through business, have many family members. He will be a pious person who will make solemn wish by water (Yavana Jataka).

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Nala (2036-2037 AD) will be a donor endowed with many liberal virtues, tranquil and well-behaved.

  1. Pingala: The native who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ named ‘Pingala’ has yellowish eyes, is the doer of reprehensible or blameworthy deeds, is of fierce or extreme nature, restless, has grandeur or majesty, is bountiful or beneficent, stupid and harsh speaking (that is, speaks bitter words), remains happy, gets fame in the battle, is handsome, the minister of the King, is honoured by many and is capable or competent (powerful).A person born in this year will suffer from many diseases of bilious nature. He will own many conveyances vehicles. Notes: He will be quite a hard working type but will unable to draw benefit therefrom. The person concerned will possess dark complexion and crooked hairs (Yavana Jataka). He will have tawny eyes and uses unsavoury words. He will be extremist and an impatient person (Jataka Bharnam). According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Pingala (2037-2038 AD) will be a saint with his mind under control and will engage in the practice of penances.
  2. Kālayukthi: The native who gets birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ named ‘Kālayukthi’ derives pleasure from speaking too much without any purpose, is endowed with blamed (base) intellect, is devoid of fortune, Yama (the god of Death) incarnate when a quarrel arises and is weak bodied. One born in this Samvatsara, will be expert in agriculture and economic fields. He will stock oil and utensils and undertake buying and selling (trading) activities. Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, the native will be great support to other persons, be a disciplined eater and will not waste food. He will contract many ailments. As per Jataka Bharnam, the said person will indulge in aimless talking. He will have low intelligent, will lack prosperity. Trade and commerce will be in a disorganized state. Some kind of political uncertainty may crop up during the year. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Kālayukthi (2038-2039 AD) will become an astrologer and will have fortune, enjoyment an works of beneficence.
  3. Siddhārthi: The native who is born in the ‘Samvastsara’ of ‘Siddhārthi’ is generous or liberal-hearted, remains happy, gets fame in the battle, is handsome, the minister of the king, is honoured by many and is capable or competent (powerful). A person born in this year will be a scholar of the text of Vedic and sacred scriptures;will possess clean heart, sober nature and young looks. He will draw respect from the kings and be a poet.

Notes: The nature will acquire super natural and mystic power (by magical means or through the perfor-mance of certain mystical processes). He will be fond of pleasurable things and music; famous and benevolent as contended in Yavana Jataka. Jataka Bharnam states dif-ferent effects and vide which, this person will be large hearted, good looking and contented. He will hold high position with authority in royalty (Government).According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Siddhārthi (2039-2040 AD) will be successful in his undertakings, will be reverent towards spiritual preceptors and Gods and will be intelligent.

  1. Raudri: The native born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Raudri’ is of horrible appearance, rears cattle, speaks ill of others, is excessively deceitful, gets a bad name, is of vicious heart and is very fierce. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Raudri (2040-2041 AD) will be a rake, perverse, proud and wicked. One born in this Samvatsara will have thievish disposition, be restless, an obstinate person who will usurp others wealth. He will perform repre­hensive (blemish) deeds. Notes: He will have an outrageous wife and he him­self will be a wicked person who will indulge in backbiting and have short-longevity (Yavana Jataka). Evil effects are also shown in Jataka Bharnam for a person born in this year. There will be a heavy dose of taxes levied by the government this year (Mundane).
  2. Durmathi: The native who has birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Durmathi’ has the pride of keeping his words, remains constantly unhappy, is sensual or given to the pleasures of sex, engaged in doing base deeds and is foolish or ignorant.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Durmathi (2041-2042 AD) will be lustful, dull-witted, distressed by afflictions and base-minded. A person born in this Samvatsara, will be of an evil mind; will have sinful content and association of wicked people. He will always be ready to take on to violence. Notes: Such a person will imbibe all the bad qualities as shown in Yavana Jataka, viz., foolishness, sinful, lust­ful, arrogant and thrifty person.

  1. Dundubhi: If there is the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Dundubhi’ at the time of birth, the native is always a recipient of honour from the King, is endowed with elephant, horse, lands and gold and is the lover of dance and songs.One born in this Samvatsara will be an exponent in music and musical instruments, Mantras, (Vedic hyms) sculpture and medicines. He will have all the good qualities. Note: He will be over zealous and will have rich as‑ sets of horses etc., and large army. He will render musical expositions (Yavana Jataka). There will be climb down of prices in all sorts of commodities (Mundane). According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Dundubhi (2042-2043 AD) will have a bodily frame distinguished by big thighs, belly, arms, and head, and will be happy.
  2. Rudhirodgāri: The man who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Rudhirodgāri’, has reddish eyes, is weak-bodied perhaps due to the disease of ‘Kamla’ (Jaundice), excessively hot-tempered or prone to excessive anger, has bad nails on his hands and feet and gets wounded by some weapon.

According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Rudhirodgāri (2043-2044 AD) will be wise, truthful, happy and rich. A person born in this year will suffer from Vata and Pitta related diseases. He will imbibe Kapha and Vata humour. He will give false evidences (testimony). Notes: He will be a lewd person who will have a reprehensive nature; will perform illegal activities and be prone to weapons injuries. (Yavana Jataka). As per Jataka Bharnam, the added effects are that he will possess a weak constitution caused by jaundice like ailmen

  1. Raktākshi: The man who is born in the ‘Samvatsara’ of ‘Raktākshi’ remains engaged in righteous (moral) and religious conduct, is extremely lustful, does not tolerate the growth of others and is always diseased or ill. One born in this Samvatsara will desert his country, will suffer loss of wealth, and will incur reverses in all his ventures. He will keep a woman (without marrying her). Notes: The native will contract eye ailments and have weak eyesight. He will hold opinions different from those established one; be a deceitful and lewd person; as asserted in Yavana Jataka. According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Raktākshi (2044-2045 AD) will be of a tranquil mind, fond of relatives, exceedingly fortunate and amiable.
  2. Krodhana: If there is birth in the ‘Samvatsara’ named ‘Krodhana’ the native puts obstacles in the work of others, is Tamoguni’ (dominated in temperament by the quality of Tamas’. ‘Satwa’, ‘Rajas’ and Tamas’ are the three cardinal elements in man’s nature), fierce or terrible and puts others in delusion (deceives others.) A person born in this year will be ill tempered; will let loose rage on others. He will be valiant (ferocious) like a lion.Notes: According to Yavana Jataka, such a personwill under go atonement to redeem his sins though he bea ignoble, evil and deceitful person. He may pursue.metallurgical traits, avers Jataka Bharnam. The business also will suffer on account of taxes and obstacles created by the government (Mundane). According with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Krodhana (2045-2046 AD) will be a rake addicted to evil ways, a hater of his relatives and devoted to brig and age. ill tempered; will let loose rage on others. He will bevvaliant (ferocious) like a lion.vNotes: According to Yavana Jataka, such a personvwill under go atonement to redeem his sins though he bea ignoble, evil and deceitful person. He may pursue.metallurgical traits, avers Jataka Bharnam. The business alsovwill suffer on account of taxes and obstacles created byvthe government (Mundane). person born in this year will be
  3. kshaya: The native whose birth occurs in the ‘Samvatsara’ named ‘Akshaya’ spends the wealth earned by him very quickly, has the tendency of serving others, is hard hearted and does not have much desire to do good deeds.quarrelsome in ones family. He will be fond of wine and woman (whores) and unmindful of religion and sacred sentiments.Notes: Yavana Jataka presages similar kinds of general disposition of the native. It adds that such a person will remain sick since his birth time. He will serve like bonded labour through out his life. According to Jataka Bharnam, he will fritter away wealth in a short span of time; be an unkind and ill disposed to righteous deed. people born in this Samvatsara will beAccording with Jataka Parijata, the person born in the year Akshaya (2046-2047 AD) will be virtuous, cheerful, handsome, endowed with a high sense of honor and exempt from foes and ailments.
  1. Prabhava 1987-1988 AD 1927-1928 AD 1867-1868 AD
  2. Vibhava 1988-1989 AD 1928-1929 AD 1868-1869 AD
  3. Shukla 1989-1990 AD 1929-1930 AD 1869-1870 AD
  4. Pramoduta 1990-1991 AD 1930-1931 AD 1870-1871 AD
  5. Prajothpatti 1991-1992 AD 1931-1932 AD 1871-1872 AD
  6. Āngirasa 1992-1993 AD 1932-1933 AD 1872-1873 AD
  7. Shrīmukha 1993-1994 AD 1933-1934 AD 1873-1874 AD
  8. Bhāva 1994-1995 AD 1934-1935 AD 1874-1875 AD
  9. Yuva 1995-1996 AD 1935-1936 AD 1875-1876 AD
10. Dhāta 1996-1997 AD 1936-1937 AD 1876-1877 AD
11. Īshvara 1997-1998 AD 1937-1938 AD 1877-1878 AD
12. Bahudhānya 1998-1999 AD 1938-1939 AD 1878-1879 AD
13. Pramāthi 1999-2000 AD 1939-1940 AD 1879-1880 AD
14. Vikrama 2000-2001 AD 1940-1941 AD 1880-1881 AD
15. Vrusha 2001-2002 AD 1941-1942 AD 1881-1882 AD
16. Chitrabhānu 2002-2003 AD 1942-1943 AD 1882-1883 AD
17. Svabhānu 2003-2004 AD 1943-1944 AD 1883-1884 AD
18. Tārana 2004-2005 AD 1944-1945 AD 1884-1885 AD
19. Pārthiva 2005-2006 AD 1945-1946 AD 1885-1886 AD
20. Vyaya 2006-2007 AD 1946-1947 AD 1886-1887 AD
21. Sarvajith 2007-2008 AD 1947-1948 AD 1887-1888 AD
22. Sarvadhāri 2008-2009 AD 1948-1949 AD 1888-1889 AD
23. Virodhi 2009-2010 AD 1949-1950 AD 1889-1890 AD
24. Vikruti 2010-2011 AD 1950-1951 AD 1890-1891 AD
25. Khara 2011-2012 AD 1951-1952 AD 1891-1892 AD
26. Nandana 2012-2013 AD 1952-1953 AD 1892-1893 AD
27. Vijaya 2013-2014 AD 1953-1954 AD 1893-1894 AD
28. Jaya 2014-2015 AD 1954-1955 AD 1894-1895 AD
29. Manmatha 2015-2016 AD 1955-1956 AD 1895-1896 AD
30. Durmukhi 2016-2017 AD 1956-1957 AD 1896-1897 AD
31. Hevilambi 2017-2018 AD 1957-1958 AD 1897-1898 AD
32. Vilambi 2018-2019 AD 1958-1959 AD 1898-1899 AD
33. Vikāri 2019-2020 AD 1959-1960 AD 1899-1900 AD
34. Shārvari 2020-2021 AD 1960-1961 AD 1900-1901 AD
35. Plava 2021-2022 AD 1961-1962 AD 1901-1902 AD
36. Shubhakruth 2022-2023 AD 1962-1963 AD 1902-1903 AD
37. Shobhakruth 2023-2024 AD 1963-1964 AD 1903-1904 AD
38. Krodhi 2024-2025 AD 1964-1965 AD 1904-1905 AD
39. Vishvāvasu 2025-2026 AD 1965-1966 AD 1905-1906 AD
40. Parābhava 2026-2027 AD 1966-1967 AD 1906-1907 AD
41. Plavanga 2027-2028 AD 1967-1968 AD 1907-1908 AD
42. Kīlaka 2028-2029 AD 1968-1969 AD 1908-1909 AD
43. Saumya 2029-2030 AD 1969-1970 AD 1909-1910 AD
44. Sādhārana 2030-2031 AD 1970-1971 AD 1910-1911 AD
45. Virodhikrita 2031-2032 AD 1971-1972 AD 1911-1912 AD
46. Paridhāvi 2032-2033 AD 1972-1973 AD 1912-1913 AD
47. Pramādicha 2033-2034 AD 1973-1974 AD 1913-1914 AD
48. Ānanda 2034-2035 AD 1974-1975 AD 1914-1915 AD
49. Rākshasa 2035-2036 AD 1975-1976 AD 1915-1916 AD
50. Nala 2036-2037 AD 1976-1977 AD 1916-1917 AD
51. Pingala 2037-2038 AD 1977-1978 AD 1917-1918 AD
52. Kālayukthi 2038-2039 AD 1978-1979 AD 1918-1919 AD
53. Siddhārthi 2039-2040 AD 1979-1980 AD 1919-1920 AD
54. Raudri 2040-2041 AD 1980-1981 AD 1920-1921 AD
55. Durmathi 2041-2042 AD 1981-1982 AD 1921-1922 AD
56. Dundubhi 2042-2043 AD 1982-1983 AD 1922-1923 AD
57. Rudhirodgāri 2043-2044 AD 1983-1984 AD 1923-1924 AD
58. Raktākshi 2044-2045 AD 1984-1985 AD 1924-1925 AD
59. Krodhana 2045-2046 AD 1985-1986 AD 1925-1926 AD
60. Akshaya 2046-2047 AD 1986-1987 AD 1926-1927 AD
 

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