Astro : yOga and karaNa calculation for this śrāvaNa amAvAsya

What I will do in this post is use the longitudes we have worked out in this post, Astro : Evening Crescents and Morning Crescents. (& amAvAsya calculations) to find out what the yOga and karaNa were at the time. I am using Alok Mandavagane’s Hindu Calendar App with the setting for nirAyana, B.V. Raman, ayanāmśa.

At the beginning of amAvAsya tithi, we have 123 deg 43′, 135 deg 43′ and 140 deg 9′ respectively for candra, ravi and rAhu. (Add 22 deg 39′ for sAyana values).

At the moment of alignment, ie amAvAsya-anta, we have we have candra and ravi at 16 deg 42′ of simha rAsi’ ie 136 deg 42′ .

Next, I will use the table from this post : Astro : pancāngam : Computation of karaNā: to work out the karaNA: . From the table below, we see that the first half of the amAvAsya tithi is catuSpAda and the second half is nAga.

At Bangalore, amAvasya tithi began at 14:03:14 on Aug 31st and lasted till 14:32:50 on Sept 1st. It is actually more than 24 hours.  It is 29 min 36 seconds longer. So the moment of karaNa changing is 14:03:14 + 12: 14:48 which is 26:18:02 ie 2:18:02 am on Sept 1st Morning. So we had catuSpAda karaNa till then and nAga karaNa after that.

For computing the yOgA: I will use the method explained in this post : Astro : pancAngam : Computation of yOga.

At the time of amAvAsya tithi commencement, we get the yOga like this.

123 deg 43′ + 135 deg 43′ =  259 deg 26′ as the sum of the Sun and Moon longitudes.

From the Second Table below, we get śiva yöga.

At the time of end of the amAvAsya tithi, we find :

136 deg 42′ + 136 deg 42′ = 273 24’as the sum of the Sun and Moon longitudes, which is siddha yOga as seen from the Table 2 below.

This  yogas-and-karanas pdf includes information on the astrological effect of the yOgA: and karaNA: . For those interested.

Reproduced For Easy Reference : 

Table of karaNA:  from this Source . 

The pattern repeats from Bava to Vishti, from śukla prathama second part to kRSNa caturdaśi first part. śakuna, catuSpada, nAga and kimstugna occur only once a month from the second half of the dark 14th tithi to the first half of the bright first tithi. As per table.

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Table of Yogas from this Source . This source also has solved examples, if you want. “Please note that starting point of first Yoga (Vishkambha) is always 0 degree Mesham. The other Yogas follow.”

S.No.

Sum of the longitudes of Chandra + Ravi

Name of the Yoga

0–‘to 0–‘

In minutes

1

00-00 to 13-20

000 to 800

Vishkambha

2

13-20 to 26-40

800 to 1600

Priti

3

26-40 to 40-00

1600 to 2400

Ayushman

4

40-00 to 53-20

2400 to 3200

Soubhagya

5

53-20 to 66-40

3200 to 4000

Sobhana

6

66-40 to 80-00

4000 to 4800

Atiganda

7

80-00 to 93-20

4800 to 5600

Sukarma

8

93-20 to 106-40

5600 to 6400

Dhrithi

9

106-40 to 120-00

6400 to 7200

Soola

10

120-00 to 133-20

7200 to 8000

Ganda

11

133-20 to 146-40

8000 to 8800

Vriddhi

12

146-40 to 160-00

8800 to 9600

Dhruva

13

160-00 to 173-20

9600 to 10400

Vyaghata

14

173-20 to 186-40

10400 to 11200

Harshana

15

186-40 to 200-00

11200 to 12000

Vajra

16

200-00 to 213-20

12000 to 12800

Siddhi

17

213-20 to 226-40

12800 to 13600

Vyatipata

18

226-40 to 240-00

13600 to 14400

Variyana

19

240-00 to 253-20

14400 to 15200

Parigha

20

253-20 to 266-40

15200 to 16000

Siva

21

266-40 to 280-00

16000 to 16800

Siddha

22

280-00 to 293-20

16800 to 17600

Sadhya

23

293-20 to 306-40

17600 to 18400

Subha

24

306-40 to 320-00

18400 to 19200

Sukla

25

320-00 to 333-20

19200 to 20000

Brahma

26

333-20 to 346-40

20000 to 20800

Eindra (Indra)

27

346-40 to 360-00

20800 to 21600

Vaidhrthi

 

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