second wife. But the latter suffered from chronic disease and his desire for family happiness ended in a dream. The disease ultimately victimised her. The husband served her most devoutly, he had no offspring and led a useless life. Thus, the first wife's bitter curse materialised. When the ?? line is halved, the ? part seems a little bright and the ? part a little faint. The malika rekha consists of broken beads and so the person is just ordinary.
Figure 60 : The wheat line proceeding from A is very thick up to the middle. From boyhood to 48 or 50 years the native will lead a strenuous life. A sloping line issuing from the side of G just touches the line H. This means that in the end the native will be a victim of paralysis. The Rati rekha is a little favourable in the beginning; but from the point of the arrow sign F. to D it is dented and so between 53 and 57 years the native will lose his wife. The ? Madhura and Mana rekhas which are short reflect the person's poof education.
Figure 108 : In the N.R. figure the line AD has cut the line ??; this implies the loss of the husband. The line F is from the beginning like a blunt tail and
at E it has the form of an open mouthed serpent. This shows that within 1 or 2 years, the husband will pass away. On the earth part we find thorny lines; after the husband's demise, his relations become bitterly hostile. The conch and wheels are all pale in colour, the native will have no peace of mind during the whole life. The wheat line HG is faint and therefore, the native's is a life of struggle. The Pati rekha J is blunt and the Mars line (Ripu rekha) proceeding from I has intercepted line J and hence the husband meets with premature death; but since there are a few Kesara rekhas, divine help secures food, clothing and shelter for the widow. In the figure TH the line A and the line below it, the lines issuing from D have split the whirl point to ill-luck, the break-up of the family and the loss of the husband. The line EF is crooked. Hence, the above stated evil results in accordance with Past karma. But, the line EF continues from the beginning to the end. Hence, the'native might expect assistance from the father and brothers.
Over the SE and MA lines we notice poison- vomitting lines which reflect the very great misfortune of the native.
Figure 86 : AB, this dual line is divided in two even at commencement. The line A is like a thorn while the line ? is branched at the end at H and therefore, the native will, in his boyhood alone lose the guardians; he will lose his wife between 36 and 37 years. AB line is neutral and from the middle of these 2 lines a subsidiary line has issued indicating a change of place and profession. Atop H the cross Rati-rekha is a little favourable in the second half. The line of fortune issuing from the Malika line D constitutes the Yoga rekha which runs upto
Madhura and Mandara rekhas. This means that the native will have good luck, reputation, happiness and progeny after his second marriage.
At E we notice the star sign and blunt lines and hence when the native is 55 or 77 years will suffer from nervous weakness, gastric troubles; the second wife too will have a short life.
90 xy from ? to xy the top and face part of the thumb is broad like a plate. This means that the native is patient and slow, but possesses extraordinary intelligence. The Madhura line above the line E is dented. He will have moderate education. The H and A lines have proceeded towards I. These point to the native's excessive good fortune and happiness.
? and CD wheat lines have proceeded away from their axis. This suggests that the naive will forsake his native place, migrate to a different place and earn lakhs of rupees, property and rise to eminence.
The wheat line starting from ? is cut by line H. This shows that the native will lose his first wife. At the same period, the line D has commenced. This indicates the event of a second marriage. If as shown in this figure, we find three wheat lines far apart from one another, the person will marry more than 2 wives and he will also gain without effort the property and wealth of women and widows.
If the native possesses the tower line (Gopura rekha) he will acquire authority over the village. Fthe cup sign indicates the native's charity to numerous poor people, benevolent services to society and the building of temples. The triangle sign below G signifies the possession by the person of lands and gardens worth lakhs of rupees. The tower HA is a line of lucky yoga, passing over the earth part (sign). The tri-petalled wheat line points to the pompous and highly benevolent life led by the person for a 100 years in society with children, grand children and great grand children like a banyan tree which offers shade and protection to all.
95 : The top of the thumb resembles the crown worn on the head. The face (the wheel part) is broad and filled with round trees in the middle of lines CE we find the Madhura rekha. Kesara and thara rekhas are in abundance. The native has a very liberal mind, is bold and courageous, highly educated and courteous; and as the top seems as if wearing a crown, the native will have a beautiful and wealthy wife. The line AB is dented in the beginning, the native deserts the place of his birth and wanders about freely. Though AB is dented, it is connected somewhat with the lines in front. Below ? and in between BD lines, we notice Kesara, Thara rekhas; this points to the highly affluent position of the family, earlier. According to the science of the Hindus, the Samudrika Lakshana Sastra, EFD is a sign undimlnishing vessel (Akshaya Patra). This shows that the native is very brave; the triangle sign DFG implies that the native is a king, wields authority, versed in statecraft, is the director of several technical (mechanical) institutions; is the owner of vast lands, commands the services of hundreds of workers, and enjoys vehicular comforts; he will also endeavour to build and renovate temples, to work for national uplift; will be wealthy and have sons and grand sons. Further the conjunction of'Patra' rekha (vessel) with the Rati Rekha indicates that the native will receive invaluable help and wealth from the wife's side also. But, he will be addicted to certain bad habits.
Figure 97 ? (90 XYJ: The one below the figure: On the left part of the semi-circles of the wheel noticeable on the layers, we see the shape of the Moon. The breadth widens below the wheel indicating the end of the Karkataka lagna (Conjoint lagna, sandhi lagna). There is mars in the lagna.
The nucleus of the wheel has cross lines. The wheat line proceeding from A is a little favourable in the beginning. This means that upto about 25 or 26 years, the native will have a happy, peaceful life. At the end of 26 years, he will marry. During his 27-28 years,