Today Nitish Kumar took oath at 2.03 pm at Patna as Chief Minister of Bihar.
Let us see what is in store for him and whether he will be able to take along his allies. The oath taking chart is given below.
For any new beginning the Muhurat is very important. Hence, the oath taking chart plays a predominant role is determining how the government will function for the next 5 years.
The ascendant rising is Pisces a dual sign. For any new beginning if it has to last long one has to choose a FIXED sign rising. So this is flawed. The ascendant lord Jupiter goes to the 6th house of disputes. It is placed in the nakshatra of Venus which is debilitated in Virgo. Venus is also lord of 3 & 8, a malefic for the Pisces ascendant.
The day is Friday ruled by Venus and as discussed above Venus is afflicted.
The tithi is Navami, which is known as “Rikta” and should be avoided on all auspicious events.
The nakshatra is “Shatbhisha” ruled by Rahu. Shatbhisha is a moveable star. Here again it should have been better if he had chosen a fixed star.
Yoga is “Vyaghata” ruled by Venus and as explained earlier is afflicted.
All Kendra are empty, except that the 7th house has three planets namely Venus, Mars and Rahu. Venus is lord of 3 & 8, Mars is of 2 & 9 and Rahu is of 12th. So Mars by being in the company of Venus and Rahu gets afflicted too. 7th house denotes allies. It will be difficult for him to take along his allies and since 8th house Venus’s role shows that allies would be scheming nature.
The 10th house is strong to certain extent as Jupiter aspects it being its own house.
The 4th house of opposition where Gemini rises, its lord Mercury is placed in the 9th house and is close to Sun. So it becomes combust. So opposition will have no say whatsoever in the government and will not be threat. So its only Nitish’s allies who needs to be managed well, if he needs to survive for the full term.
Another, very important factor which is the most negative factor is that the last lunar eclipse which occurred on September 28, 2015 happened in Pisces/Virgo axis. The star was “uttarabhadrapada”. If you notice the above oath taking chart the ascendant rising is also Pisces and its is “uttarabhadrapada”. Thus this happening in 1/7 axis shows that his allies will be very demanding and it will be herculean task for him to fulfil their desires.
Moon is important as it forms the part of muhurta. Strong Moon is essential for choosing a good muhurta and ensures longevity of the government. It should not be afflicted any way or conjunct with malefics. If Moon is placed in higher nadis the power and authority of the King increases. King is strong and has absolute power if Moon is in SIMHASAN. The power of the king is reduced if it is in ADHAAR. Moon in PATTA will give only limited power. In the above oath taking chart Moon is placed in the star f “Satabhisha” which falls in “Simha” nadi. Hence, extremely good.
The position of Saturn is important as it is not only planet of masses and democracy but is also significator of death and destruction. It should in no way afflict Moon, Lagna or the 10th house. Its aspect on Sun and benefic planets is evil. In the above oath taking chart, Saturn is afflicting Sun, by being conjunct with it. Saturn also aspects ascendant and 10th lord Jupiter which is placed in the 6th house.
Saturn should not be in a malefic nakshatra or be with malefics. Saturn is in its own nakshatra, so it is good.
Even in tropical chart the lord of 7th house (allies and partners) Venus at Libra 12 deg is square to Pluto at 13 deg in 10th house (Capricorn). The 10th house is government and this shows that his allies will create some problem or the other in functioning of the same.
Nitish will be able to complete his term as the 4th house of opposition is very weak. But his major challenge will be to handle his allies like Lalu and Congress. If at all any untoward that can happen, it can happen only because of his allies.
B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)
2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad
(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)
Date: 20th November, 2015
Time: 6.30 PM, Mumbai, India