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Vimshottari Dasha sequence and corresponding time periods

Lesson 5

Here is a chart depicting the Vimshottari Dasha sequence and corresponding time periods:

Dasha Sequence:

  1. Ketu
  2. Venus
  3. Sun
  4. Moon
  5. Mars
  6. Rahu
  7. Jupiter
  8. Saturn
  9. Mercury
  10. Ketu (again)
  11. Venus (again)
  12. Sun (again) …and so on, continuing in the same sequence.

Corresponding Time Periods: Each planet has a specific time period associated with it, which is divided into major periods (dasha) and sub-periods (bhukti).

The general duration of the major periods in the Vimshottari Dasha System is as follows:

Ketu Dasha: 7 years Venus Dasha: 20 years Sun Dasha: 6 years Moon Dasha: 10 years Mars Dasha: 7 years Rahu Dasha: 18 years Jupiter Dasha: 16 years Saturn Dasha: 19 years Mercury Dasha: 17 years

The sub-periods or bhuktis within each major period are determined based on the sequence of the planets. The duration of each sub-period varies within the corresponding major period.

It’s important to note that the starting point of the Vimshottari Dasha sequence is determined by the placement of the Moon in the birth chart. The time periods can vary for each individual depending on the position of the Moon at the time of birth.

Consulting with a Vedic astrologer can provide a more precise calculation and interpretation of the Vimshottari Dasha sequence based on an individual’s birth chart.

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