under his control hundreds of workers and be a lakhier. The line from A to ? and the CD line are dented signifying frequent changes in the professional branches.
The Rati rekha which runs from E to F is a little broken and islanded and hence, though the native will have a wife, he will have friendly association with several concubines.
Though the Malika rekha is dented, the influence of the Kesara rekhas is very great and hence the person will have a magnificent life with his wife, sons, wealth, a very exalted position in society and will also be of a benevolent disposition.
(Note : In figure 45, we do not notice Kesara and Thara rekhas in abundance and hence the native will be the director of some technical institution, while in 47, the Thara Kesara rekhas are numerous and therefore, the native will earn by selling articles of splendour, luxury and comfort).
Figure 46: In the middle of the wheel form in the thumb, we notice a complete oval shape and this means that the native is very intelligent, highly charitable, well educated and polite and enjoys a respectable position in social institutions. In boyhood, he will undergo some hardships. The line A is somewhat Indistinct at the beginning. The D cross lines yield fame, progeny and vehicular yogas. In addition, we find a Plethora of Kesara lines. In the part between A and F Kesara rekhas are absent which means that upto 28 years the native will lead a difficult life, but after that he will enjoy a period of fortune.
The Malika rekha is dented by Inimical lines (Mars lines) at F indicating harassment of the native in boyhood by paternal relatives. The ABC lines are forked, the native's profit will run into lakhs but he will indulge in extravagant expenditure. From the age of 34 or 35 years the native will pursue various professions and easily earn a lot.
8 A: Here, the wheat line in the beginning does not have the form of wheat. However, after some length, it is transformed into two lines (since this is the thumb of a woman, it should be measured from the left). Still, after some distance, the line is dented. Hence, from the 31st year the native will have some peace and happiness. But AB and CD lines have intersected each other at the nucleus and therefore, even if the native is married, there will be frustration of family happiness. Though the husband is pretty looking and virtuous, family happiness will be broken. When this X sign is found in the left or right thumb of a woman covering a broad area as shown in the figure, union with the husband will only be a dream. But. since the wheat line is nice, she need not worry over her food, clothing, shelter etc..Only sexual intercourse with the husband will be denied.
?? 42: The CB wheat line is auspicious. The line A has assumed the form of a subsidiary wheat line. But since AB has two lines from commencement it indicates great affluence in the parents' house; and from BF side upto P we notice Thara Kesara rekhas suggesting that the lady will marry a very rich person who will be very fortunate with special yogas. The Pati rekha Is slightly crooked indicating that the husband's nature is somewhat unstable. Still, he is blessed with a full longevity. And any person with this sign on his thumb will enjoy Raja Yoga, acquire gems and diamonds, command vehicular comforts and the services of attendants.
When the above sings are found in a male's hand too, he will lead a luxurious life throughout, acquire fame and progeny.
71. Here, at H, in the whirl we find two horn- shaped signs as well as white dots resembling sparks. This reflects frustration of education and poverty from birth. The wheat-line A upto ? seems dry and famished. This also indicates the utter poverty of the house in which the native is born : the line D is split into shreds showing the native's wavering nature, lack of education, disposition to evil ways and susceptibility to suffer from acute hardships.
Figure 71 : The Rati-rekha from F to G is branched (as if the mouth is opened) indicating the native's inability to earn enough to maintain his wife. He will tease his wife in inconceivable ways (a branch from A is bent down in the direction of line) and flee away deserting his family. And, as the Rati rekha has branched off towards L and D, H and I, the wife will seek the support of others for maintenance and encounter calumny and slander.
The Malika rekha is very thick and ash-coloured from H to I and shows no good sign to the end of J and therefore, the native suffers from terrible hardships from the beginning to the end. He will have to gain his livelihood as an undertaker and a cook and the wife too will not be happy. The native also will have ro mental peace. From ? to J, and from A to H we notice, in the middle no Kesara Thara rekhas at all, the native's is a hard and toilsome life.
54: As we notice Thara Kesara rekhas at ? in the thumb, the native will be moderately rich. The Rati rekha between D and ? is divided into two parts, two lines. At D the line is very stout. This indicates lack of peace in family life, right from the beginning. The Mars lines issuing from A intersect the life line and the Rati rekha ? D and therefore, the wife will be wicked and will have a great aversion to him; this will drive the husband to seek her divorce in a court. 2 Rati rekhas are visible and hence, the native will marry another woman. Still, he will have no mental tranquillity. The reason is that the Rati rekha is dim and indistinct.
Figure 49 : Here, the thumb stands pillar-like ; CDEFG lines are very thick; in the G Malika rekha and ? wheat line, we see no signs of beads. This indicates that the native is irritable and obstinate. The AB Rati-rekha is dented upto some distance. This means that, the native will have to endure difficulties upto 37, 38 years, remain unmarried till then, undergo toil, draw minimum income. Then he will have conjugal happiness (the Rati rekha is good from the second half); still the life of poverty is there. The Kesara, Thara and Wheat signs are significantly absent and hence living is earned by hard toil.
When the lines shown here are very thick and favourable signs are absent, the person will have to work like a machine till the end. The person will be uneducated and stupid.
Figure 59 : The Wheat line AB is dull. The long Kesara rekhas at CED parts are dented. The Malika rekha is small and appears bitten. This means that even from boyhood, the native lives away from his native place and gets living by serving others. The Rati rekha issuing from D is torn. This means that he will remain unmarried. He will abandon all ambitions in life and lives only for washing away the karma of his past birth.