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What is the "Vjyotish index"?

As detailed in "Introduction and concepts" section, we believe that through Astrology, we should  be able to identify the bullish and bearish periods of our life and know the turning points in various fields of our life. Guided by these turning points, we can take full advantage of the bullish periods and take corrective action for the ensuing bearish periods (see a real-life example).

"Vjyotish index" is a unique tool based on Vedic Jyotish (astrology) principles. It is a dynamic model for astrological predictions, whereas, all the other techniques (like progression techniques of Western astrology or 'Dasha Vichaar', or 'Varshaphal techniques' of Vedic astrology), are essentially a static model which depends on the horoscope at a specific time, be it the natal chart or the yearly chart or monthly chart.  Since the planets are in perpetual motion, a dynamic model is always preferable over a static model. The innovative is the 'concept' and 'method' of drawing a net astrological conclusion in precise numerical terms, called as "net astrological effect", by mathematically quantifying various key astrological parameters and displaying them as a index (graph).

The method is unique in that it quantifies the benefic and malefic influences of each planet in precise unambiguous figures. It is also unique in that it combines the effects of different planets and houses and can integrate the effects of various planets with respect to each other. It is also unique that it integrates the natal promises of different planets with their transit status in a very simple and elegant manner, compared to other techniques of Vedic as well as Western astrology. The innovation is in the 'way', in which several established Vedic astrology principles are simultaneously integrated to gauge the exact benefic and malefic effects of each planet on different houses, in natal horoscope, as well as in their daily transit.

Further, it is a totally integrated close loop system, where the effects of all the planets are simultaneously considered. It is universal and internally consistent and it also is least dependent on an individual astrologerís judgement. This is because the astrological parameters are very well quantified.

Thus, various Vjyotish indices become the strategic tools to manage your life better. The Vjyotish indices capture the bullish and bearish periods of various aspects of your life and clearly identifies all the different turning points (read feedback from a Jyotish scholar). Being aware of these factors, you have the option to choose the strategic steps that you can take at any point in your life to minimize the negative trends or strengthen the positive ones.

How various Vjyotish Indices differ from each other ?

Vjyotish can create astrological index for almost any aspect of your life. For creating various indices, the net astrological effects of relevant houses and planets (which qualify the parameters, such as, being the lord of the concerned house, being the significator of the matter concerned, being the current "Dasa lord", etc.) are summed. These effects are computed on the basis of ancient Vedic astrological principles and are unique just for you. Each Vjyotish index is shown in the form of a bar-graph of the cumulative value of the daily net effect of required constituents, plotted on the horizontal axis. The vertical axis represents the time period.

As each aspect of a person's life is represented by a particular house (or a group of houses) and signifying planet (or group of planets)  - the constituent houses and planets change with each new index. For example, the Vjyotish index related to mother will be displaying "net effect" of astrological values, primarily, for Moon and the 4th House, while the index related to father will use primary astrological values for Sun and the 9th House to calculate the "net-effect". Some considered values, though, will be common (for example - value of 'Dasa lord', which will remain the same for all indices). Thus, values and pattern of one Vjyotish index may differ considerably from the other, though both calculated for your own horoscope.

However, "Vjyotish index for astrological net effect" is drawn from the cumulative "net astrological effects" of  all 9 different planets - Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu (in Vedic astrology- Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are not considered)  - computed on the basis of your natal horoscope as per the birth details supplied by you. It shows the algebraic sum of net-effects (obtained by deducting negative values from positive values) of all nine planets and twelve houses, for each day. This algebraic sum of net effects for any given day is your "Vjyotish index of aggregate astrological net effects" for a particular day.

Constitution and display components of a Vjyotish index:

All Vjyotish indexes has "zero" ('0') as their "optimum value". Astrological value (algebraic sum of net effects of constituent astrological factors) for a day, generated by Vjyotish, may be either a "negative" or "positive" value. Negative values are shown as 'red horizontal bars' on the left side and positive values are shown as 'green horizontal bars' on the right side of the vertical date axis. The vertical index axis itself represents the 'zero-line'. Each green or red horizontal bar represents a single date.

The concerned "Month" and "Year" are written on the upper left-hand side of the index, parallel to the starting date. Thereafter, whenever a new month starts, "Month" and "Year" are again shown on the left hand side of the index, parallel to the first date of the month. The "Date" itself is shown on the middle (black coloured) vertical axis of the index.

The maximum and minimum Vjyotish values, for drawing the index, are shown at the top of the index as a horizontal bar. Both these figures are same, except that, one is positive and other is negative. The negative figure is written on the left and positive one on the right side of this bar. These are self-generated values by the program. Either of these figures must have been touched by the respective index during the period under consideration.

Vjyotish checks for the maximum and minimum values of the given index for the desired time frame. Then, it determines - which of these two values is higher in absolute terms (i.e. irrespective of their preceding 'positive' or 'negative' signs). For example, suppose, the maximum Vjyotish index value is +285 and minimum value is -312 (in absolute terms, it will be read as 285 and 312) for a given time-frame. Here, the Vjyotish will pick "312" as the higher absolute value and will make it the standard scale for drawing the index for the given period. Now the index will be drawn on a scale where maximum value is "+312" and minimum value is "-312". These values will be shown as a horizontal ruler at the top of the index. The negative figure is written on the left and the positive figure on the right side of this ruler. At the middle of this ruler, on both sides of the vertical axis, just half of these maximum and minimum figures are displayed.

Here, one thing is to be remembered. There is a maximum and minimum
theoretically possible astrological values for each of the individual index. It is a fixed value derived through certain astrological parameters. It is different from the maximum and minimum values of the given index for the given time frame. The daily values of a index will always oscillate somewhere between the the minimum and maximum theoretically possible astrological values of that index. It can not go beyond them. Vjyotish, besides showing the daily index values as a graph, also compares daily index values with the minimum and maximum theoretically possible astrological values for the particular index and categorize the day's index value as 'Excellent', 'Good', 'Fair', 'Average', 'Inadequate', 'Poor' or 'Very poor' in a floating box.

Some other documents which will help you in understanding Vjyotish index still better:


There are several ways (modes) for using Vjyotish indices for different purposes and under different circumstances. For details, please click here.


It is also advisable to go through the "How to interpret Vjyotish indices" section.


A particular Vjyotish index analyzes a very specific area of your life (there are more than a hundred indices, each of them dealing with a very specific area of your life).


Have a look at the occupational profile of existing Vjyotish users and know that for what purposes they use Vjyotish mostly.


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