Sundar Balakrishnan


We all know that India had several wars with Pakistan and the last one was in 1999 at Kargil. The previous to this was in 1971 which was very severe. I was watching the Times Now debate and shocked to hear that Pakistan is conducting local elections in Gilgit and Baltistan which are integral part of Jammu & Kashmir. In the last Lok Sabha elections of Pakistan the residents of these two areas were not allowed to vote. Then how is it that Pakistan is now conducting the elections now in these areas. What do these actions of Pakistan signify? Are they trying to capture the PoK? What are the effects of conducting elections there? I have for this taken the India Independence chart and studied the impact and saw whether such acts of Pakistan will end up in war with India.

The India Independence chart is;


The dasa running is of Sun/Venus/Saturn till end of June 2015 and thereafter PAD of Merury till August 2015. All these three dasa planets are in the 3rd house of neighboring countries. The 3rd house shows the relationships that we maintain with the neighboring countries. The basic chart has stellium of planets in the 3rd house which itself shows that there will be perennial problems with our neighbors.

Now to see whether is there a possibility of war escalating between India and Pakistan, we need to see the transit of external planets like Saturn, Jupiter, Rahu and Ketu. The entry chart for the above dasa is given below;



If you read the above transit chart taking the Taurus lagna as pivot, we can see that Jupiter is in the 3rd house and also the retrograde Saturn is also aspecting the 3rd house (a retrograde planet will aspect from the previous house). Also Mars which is very strong being in the 12th house is also aspecting the 3rd house.



Based on the dasa and transit it is a very high possibility that India could get into war with Pakistan before July, 2015. If not war at least fierce battle is possibility in the borders.


Sundar Balakrishnan

B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)

2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad

(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)

Date: 2nd June, 2015 

Time: 10.30 PM, Mumbai

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