Now you are
ready to run VJyotish
program. Run "Vjyotish.exe"
(located in your C:\Vjyotish\ directory). If
you are new to computers, please read "Instructions
for new computer users" section of this document to
locate and run this program file.
Once you start
Vjyotish, the following screens will appear in sequence:
First of all,
the program will need your Pcode (a 5 character alpha-numeric
code, eg: "R0107"). This Pcode is your identifying
code given by us. This code is unique to each person. The code
can be entered either in lower or upper case. If your entered
code is correct, the next screen will show your horoscope to
confirm it. Just press any key to move further.
If you are running the demonstration of the program, the
default Pcode is "XXXXX" and you may just press
"Enter key". It will show the horoscope of Diana,
The Princess of wales. Just press any key to move further.
The next two
screens will show messages, showing program introduction,
version number etc. Just press any key to move further.
Note: If you forget your Pcode, just check the
C:\Vjyotish\ directory. The 5 character long file names with
.DBF and .RSH
extensions also denote your Pcode . For example, if there are
files N0088.DBF and
N0088.RSH in C:\Vjyotish directory, it indicates that your
Pcode is "N0088". Remember your Pcode and enter it
correctly. This is your customer code in our records.
Enter the password:
"user password" facility is provided in the program.
If your computer has access of other people also, you may opt
to give a password to prevent their access to your Vjyotish
details, please click here
Options for report output:
The next screen
will ask your option for the report output. There are two
options available in Vjyotish:
a. You may save the report as a disk-file. This
disk-file may be opened, later on, through any word-processor
or text-editor, and a print-out can be had if needed. Press
"D" to choose this option.
b. The most preferred mode is to view the indexes on
screen (computer monitor) itself. Press "S" to
choose this option.
Vjyotish has been designed assuming that you will prefer to
see the desired indexes on your computer monitor instead of
printing the reports. However, you may save the report output
as a disk-file also, if you wish. The default disk-file is "C:\Vjyotish\Vjyotish.txt".
This file will be in a simple text format and can be viewed or
printed through any text editor (like "Notepad").
- on the Microsoft Tool Bar
Write command "Notepad
C:\Vjyotish\Vjyotish.txt" in it's "OPEN"
button to view the report through "Notepad".
default, the "Vjyotish.txt" has 58 lines per page
and can be printed on A4 sized (or, Letter Sized) paper
through MS-WORD with 1" (or 2.5 cm) margins at top &
bottom both. However, if you wish to use some other size of
paper, go to "Program Settings" menu. Change the
"Print Settings" by entering the number of lines you
wish to print on each page. By default, it is 58 lines. This
change in "Print settings" should be done before
creating your Vjyotish report. This change will be recorded by
Vjyotish and will remain effective till you change it again.
Your preferred mode of report:
The next screen
asks you about your preferred mode of report. There are three
modes in which you can create various indexes:
a. Single aspects
b. Multiple aspects
c. Text report
In this mode, you may choose any particular aspect of your
from the list of hundreds of aspects given in the
Vjyotish's exhaustive menu and get prepared the VJyotish index
of that particular single aspect for the desired period, on
When you choose this mode, the
next screen will show you a list of
major groups of a
person's life. After you choose a group, you are in a
sub-menu where you choose the exact aspect of your life, which
you want to get analyzed astrologically. Choose any one aspect
among the hundreds of them available. Some of the sub-menus
also contain sub-sub menus.
this mode, Vjyotish also provides you a facility to make your
own tailor-made index (see
the last index option in main menu with the same heading).
Here, you can choose relevant houses and planets, as per your
own astrological wisdom, for any aspect of the life to be
allows you to name your index yourself. You also specify the
relevant houses and planets for that index. You have the
option whether the lords of
specified houses should also be considered or not. By
default, the program gives equal weightage to all the houses
and planets specified. But it gives you the option to vary the
weightages of various specified houses and planets. If you opt
to consider the lords of specified houses also, whatever the
weightages are assigned by you to the houses concerned, the
same weightages are also used for their lords.
This feature of
you to experiment extensively and to create your own new
indexes which has not been included in the program.
Another way of using VJyotish is that you get some important
aspects of your life, simultaneously prepared for each date.
Each group contains indexes just relevant to the particular
heading. For example, if you wish to plan your travels, choose
"The wandering you" option. It contains 8 indexes
showing the auspiciousness of eight directions; suitability of
travel by air, road, long journeys; short journeys etc. This
way, you are able to have a microscopic view on various
aspects just relevant to help you in planning your travels.
There are several such groups under this option.
This option can also be used for any length of desired period.
option is under development.]
recommend you to read "Features and facilities in
Vjyotish" section for more details.
Index needed for which dates:
The next screen
asks you to specify the "start date" and the
"end date". Enter the two dates from where you need
the indexes to start and upto which indexes should be drawn.
These dates can not be prior to or further to the dates, we
have authorized you (as per your order) to create indexes.
This date range is also shown on the upper side of this very
screen.You may enter any dates falling in between this date
By default, the
program will show the system date as the "start
date". But you may change it to any other date, prior or
further to it, subject to the above condition.
"enter-key" or "down-arrow key". The
will be drawn.
properly interpret the indexes, please read "How to
interpret the Vjyotish indexes" section.
the report midway
If you have
given a longer date range, and suddenly you wish to stop the
program midway, you may press the "End-key" to stop
it. Keep the "End-key" pressed for a few seconds
continuously. The report will stop.
you are done with an index, following three options will
appear in a sequence:
Do you want to draw the same index for another
means whether you wish to make the same index, you have just
seen, for another dates. If you answer "Yes", the
program will ask you for next date range. However, if you
answer "No" at this question prompt, the next prompt
will ask you that whether you wish to draw any other index ?
Do you want to draw any other index ?
you answer "Yes" here, the program will show you the
program menu again, where from you can choose the desired
index. However, if you answer "No" at this question
prompt, the next prompt will ask you that whether you want to
draw indexes in any other mode ?
3. Do you want to draw Vjyotish indexes
in any other mode ?
you answer "Yes" here, the program will ask
you about your preferred mode of report again. As we have
already told you earlier that there are three modes in which
you can create various indexes, i.e. Single aspect mode,
Multiple aspects mode and Text report mode. You can choose any
one mode from the above three modes. (The
"Text report mode" is under development and
currently not available).
if you answer "No" at this question prompt, the
Vjyotish will terminate.