there will be frequent misunderstandings and quarrels with the wife. During the close of 28 years and the beginning of the 29 years bitter enmity with the wife is probable and the native will have to endure loss of mental peace from his first wife. Until his 43rd year he will suffer the pangs of separation and in addition will undergo much trouble from lack of moneys; his own sister, too, will be the victim of the same type of hardship. And, as the line AB is much dented, the money earned will just suffice for food and clothing.
The line below ? (the crooked and dented O), the Madhura rekha points to the native's poor education and unsteady nature. The Rati rekha D reflects several threads like a pounded fire-wood piece. This means that the native is denied conjugal happiness. Persons with such Rati-rekhas will have to endure loss of money and prestige by reason of their wive's conduct.
Figure 111 : All the lines on this thumb are drooping dented and crooked. At the nucleus of the whirl one line seems to bite or peak at another. This suggests the loss of husband. The line A seems to be good upto some distance and is branched as it moves towards B. 4 and 3, the Madhura and Mandara rekhas suggest that the woman possesses some edu - cation and has a number to kith and kin.
The Pati rekha (Rati rekha) is a little auspicious in the beginning upto a distance and hence she will have conjugal happiness for some years after the marriage and then the husband will die of some accident.
The lines 1 and 2 have united in the whirl, the semi-circles of the whirl are a little auspicious. Hence, the husband passes away after she begets female issues. At the end the line No. 6 has branched suggesting widowhood for the native during the second half. Since some Kesara rekhas are observable, she will receive lands and cash from the husband's side as also from her own father's side.
112 : This is left thumb of the native described above. Here, the line starting from above 3 has intercepted the cross lines. 4 the line issuing from outside the thumb seems to part its lips at the centre. This betokens evil.
Figure 102 : Here CD has cut the line AB at the nucleus (centre). Any person possessing this x (Gunaka) sign thus formed by big and very long lines will have to risk separation from his wife in a short period after marriage. The next year after marriage with this woman, the husband will abscond to a far off place and marry for a second time. After the husband's flight from home, as we notice at E and above D very small x signs, the woman will make friends with other males to gratify her sexual impulses and in the end will be defrauded by them, too. The line FG and the Madhura rekha, are a bit
auspicious and therefore, the woman will be educated and pursue some ordinary profession for her sustenance.
114 : This figure is that of a widow from young age. The initial part of the line ? to 0 is blunt. There is a short line standing on this line. It denotes that the native is obstinate in her disposition and has always an eye on saving money. (As indicated here, in Figure 83, the markx points to 3 short lines on line ?? the impression bears out the thumb of the person who is obstinate, stubborn, eager to accumulate money and kills his wife by deceit).
Here, there is only one short line on 0-0 line and so the wicked qualities are only slightly described.
After line A has proceeded some distance, 2 dented lines from it have run to the back of the thumb Z. The line A is in the middle dented and cut into shreds, but, is a little auspicious as it approaches B. So, upto 28, 29 years she will have some happiness and then loses her husband and be without peace. She will experience a little good from 44 years onwards.
Kesara rekhas have joined the dull Madhura rekha 4 and so as she had a little education, she joined some profession for a living. The Pati rekha (3) is cut and the Malika rekha too (5) is much dented. Still, the presence of Kesara rekhas suggests that she will have a little cash.
Figure 115 : The line which starts from ? and the ? line are rough and at D it is broken; the Kesara rekhas are all indistinct. The thumb is very small and stiff and the lines are all black. This implies lack of harmony and happiness in family life. Rheumatic complaint renders the body stout. From D to E the line is not clear; it is indicative of cancer in the stomach. Even at 28 years, the lady has not attained maturity. The Pati rekha atop H mark is cut into threads. Though united with the husband, she will have no knowledge of conjugal pleasure. She is also issueless.
Figure 116 : ? and D lines have assaulted the nucleus A. Nucleus A is dull and has proceeded towards F and since we see the dim wheat line from A to ? and the branched Madhura rekha F, family life will lack zest. The lady suffers from rheumatism and phlegm. The husband spends his days in treating her. (She is the second wife, a victim of chronic disease, of the native of Fig. 83)
The progeny aspect (Santati-bhava):
Figure 109 : This is the impression of the right thumb of a lady. The wheat line is long from 2. In the centre of this line (notice the V mark above No. 1). We notice the V shaped rekha called naga-nalige (serpent tongue). It is difficult for a person with this rekha to have offspring; or if he should have they will mostly be female; there will be no male issues for the continuance of the family line.
This woman had issues of whom 7 were daughters and only 1 son. Of the females 5 died prematurely during youth or childhood; and of the survivors the son died in his middle age by the treachery of enemies (he had one male and 2 female issues; after some time, the male passed away) while the surviving daughter is moderately happy.
Now, this woman after the demise of her son had to suffer much on account of her only surviving daughter being a prey to leprosy. 3 and 6 are Madhura, Mandara rekhas respectively and these are dented. She is clever, helpful to others and skilled in conversation.
A little below the centre of the wheel there is a small ring. This suggests that in the second house from the lagna, there is Jupiter. The native has a poor position in society and some name.
The wheat line spells a little good in the beginning (at the point marked 1) and after the middle part is passed, it is cut by an indistinct, dropping line (by the idea ofV line). One end of this dented line 3 has split the Madhura rekha. The other end is aspecting a side of the thumb like a young one of serpent with its mouth open, on the same wheat line. This meant the loss of sight to the husband in his old age. Also this woman would lose her husband between her 53 and 57 years. Line 7 which indicates the