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The customized report of “astrological-lunar biorhythms”, based on mysterious  “Pancha-pakshi” system, is prepared for one's birth-stellar bird. The decision of “Birth-stellar bird” is based on one's birth-data.
 
The date-wise exhaustive intra-day time-slot report is prepared for native's current location (and not for the birth place). As the intra-day calculations are based on precise Sun-rise and Sun-set timings of native’s present location, you must take care that all timings shown in this report  are applicable for that city only for which it has been prepared. If you move to another location, all timings of this report would change. The difference in timings would depend upon the geographical difference between  the two places.
 
In this system, one's birth stellar-bird personifies native's basic element  among the five elements (“Pancha Mahabhutas”). There are five gradations of  a bird's activity, as listed below, in declining order of strengths:

"Ruling", "Eating", "Walking", "Sleeping" and "Dying".

Among the above listed five activities, "Ruling" is best and "Dying" is worst. Rest of the three activities are graded in between accordingly. The native must accomplish (or start) all of his/her important tasks when his/her 'Birth Stellar Bird' is "Ruling" in main period (and if possible,  in sub-period also). The second best option is when Birth Stellar Bird is "Eating". It will bring success in all endeavours. Similarly, native should  avoid the time gaps when Birth Stellar Bird is "Dying" or "Sleeping".

The two segments of a day (24 hrs):

Each date's table is divided into two segments. The first segment is for  "Day-time" (from Sun-rise to Sun-set) and another segment is for  "Night-time" (from Sun-set to next Sun-rise).

The "Ruling bird" and "Dying bird" of 'Day/Night segments':

A particular bird is strongest for the entire period of day or night.  During this period, the bird remains completely powerful over all other  birds and rules over them. This bird is called the "Ruling bird" of that  particular day-time (or, night-time) segment. So to say, for such people of  whom their "Birth stellar birds" are ruling for the entire day (or night)  duration, such days (or nights) will be fully favourable. More so, when  these bird are in their "Ruling" activity in one of the five major intra-day time-slots (of few hours each) and even in a sub-time-slot of few  minutes. The "Major time-slots" and their sub-slots have been described a little below in this document.

Similarly, vice-versa to above, there is a particular bird which is weakest for the entire period of day or night. During this period, the bird remains  completely 'powerless' or 'dead'. This bird is called the "Dying bird" of  that particular day-time (or, night-time) segment. For such people of whom  their "Birth stellar birds" are in 'Dying' state for the entire day (or  night) duration, such days (or nights) will be highly un-favourable for any  activity or endeavour.

Thus, there are a 'Ruling bird' and a 'Dying bird' for each of the  'Day-time segment' and 'Night-time segment'. These two birds are shown at  the start of each segment, in the table.

The five major time-slots ("Yama") in each of the two 'Day-segments':

Each of the above described two segments (Day and Night) is further  sub-divided into five major equal time-slots, called 'Yama'. Thus, there  are 10 Yamas (major time-slots) in total, within 24 hrs, - five during the  day-time segment and five during night-time segment. Activities performed by birds during these major time slots are called their 'major-activities'.  Each major time slot ('Yama') is of about 2 hrs and 24 minutes duration.

The five sub-slots of time in each of the 'Major time slot' ('Yama'):

Each of the above described ten major-time-slots ('Yama') is further  sub-divided into five unequal sub-slots of time. Thus, there are 50 sub-slots in total - 25 during the day-time segment and 25 during night-time segment. Activities performed by birds during these sub-slots of  time are called their 'sub-activities'. Each sub-activity lasts for few minutes, usually between 10 minutes and 55 minutes. 

The categorization of time-slots:

The ancient Saints have given comparative 'Natural strengths' for the five birds. They have also given applicable ratios for "vibrational strengths"  of the various abstract activities (like, 'walking', 'eating' etc.) performed by the birds. We have divided, in "Panch-pakshi" table, the thus  calculated net strengths of native's bird, gained by it during various main-activities and sub-activities, combined, under seven categories for  making it easy to use the table. These 7 categories of intra-day  time-slots, in declining order, are as follows:

Excellent, Good, Fair, Average, Inadequate, Poor and Worst

When your bird's main-activity is "Ruling" and it's sub-activity is also "Ruling"', that time slot is shown as "Excellent" in the table. There will be two such time slots each day - one during day-time and another during  night-time. These are the 'Golden time-slots' of which you may make best  use. If your bird is also the 'Ruling-bird' of that particular day/night  segment, results would become even more positive. However, if your bird is  the 'Dying-bird' of that particular day/night segment, then, even if it's  main-activity is 'Ruling' and it's sub-activity is also 'Ruling' - the results would not be as good. You may consider this time slot simply as the  "Best available time slot" on an otherwise negative day.

Similarly, when a bird's main-activity is 'Dying' and it's sub-activity is also 'Dying', that time slot is shown as 'Worst'. There will be two such time slots each day - one during day-time and another during night-time.   These are the "worst time-slots" for you - during which you must be highly  careful. Any untoward incident, of any kind, may take place during such time duration. All your efforts would not yield any results. You would be vulnerable to defeat in negotiations, bargaining and competitions. If your  bird is also the "Dying-bird" of that particular day/night segment, results  would become even more negative. However, if your bird is the 'Ruling-bird' of that particular day segment, then, if it's main-activity and sub-activity are 'Dying' - the results would not be as bad. You may consider this time slot simply as the "Worst time slot" on an otherwise good day.

Rest of the many other possible combinations for main-activities and sub-activities would come some where in-between of 'Excellent' and 'Worst'.  They have been categorized as 'Good', 'Fair', 'Average', 'Inadequate' and  'Poor'. The 'Panch-pakshi' table shows the exact value of "Net strength"  gained by native's bird, along with it's categorization, for each time-slot, in the 7th and 8th columns from left. All shown timings are in 'Hrs:Mts:Sec' format.

The 'Relation' of various birds with native's bird:

The 6th column from left shows the 'Relation' of various birds with  native's bird as 'Friend' or 'Enemy' . ... ... ... ... ... ...    .. .... ..... .... (to be written)

The 'Direction' of native-bird's current sub-activity:

The 9th column from left (right-most column)  shows the 'Direction' of native-bird's current sub-activity.  The directions written at right-most column (like SW, SE, No, NE, NW etc.) are applicable to the "Complete main activity duration" (of approx 2 hrs) and not for just "Sub-activity duration" of your native bird. During this whole main-activity period of around 2 hrs., direction of the "Ruling bird" would remain strongest. You should always choose the strongest direction indicated by the "Ruling bird" of the main activity for acquiring a winning edge.

Choice of direction is irrespective of the fact that whether "Ruling bird" is your own stellar bird or a friend of your stellar bird or an enemy of your stellar bird.  Click here for an exemplar and more detailed instructions. 

The details about informations shown under various columns of a typical 'Panch-pakshi' table:
 

The 1st column:

Starting time of a sub-activity by native's bird

The 2nd column:

Ending time of a sub-activity by native's bird

The 3rd column:

Total duration of a sub-activity by native's bird

The 4th column:

The name of sub-activity being performed by native's bird

The 5th column:

Name of the other bird - which is in same 'Main-activity' [as the listed sub-activity of native's bird.]

The 6th column:

The 'Relation' of concerned bird with native's bird

The 7th column:

Exact value of 'Net strength' of native's bird

The 8th column:

Category of 'Net strength' of native's bird

The 9th column:

Direction of native-bird's current sub-activity

 

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