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Vimshottari Dasha assumes that the maximum duration of life of an individual human being is 120 years which is the aggregate duration of all nine planetary periods i.e. Ketu 7, Venus 20, Sun 6, Moon 10, Mars 7, Rahu 18, Jupiter 16, Saturn 19 and Mercury 17, in the order of their operation.
 
Dasha (Devanagari: दशा, Sanskrit,daśā, 'condition', 'state', 'circumstances', 'period of life', 'planetary period'.) The dasha pattern shows which planets according to Jyotish will be ruling at particular times.
 
 
Mahadashas are divided into nine segments called antardashas or sub-periods. This is a division of mahadasha period where all the 9 planets would have their influence within the major influence of the planet which is a ruler of mahadasha. For example, in the 17 year maha dasha period of mercury, all the 9 planets including Mercury will have their share of period. In this period, the planet ruling mahadasha and antardasha both would have impacts on person's life. So the mahadasha period of any planets is not uniformly good or bad for the native. The result will depend on many factors like: if rulers of mahadasha and antardashas are karakas (auspicious) or
akarakas (non-auspicious)  for the native, both are strong, well placed or weak, ill placed and whether they are natural friends or natural enemies. After considering all there factors, the predictions could be made for that mahadasha- antardasha period.
Any antardashas are furthur divided in to 9 segmentations of 9 periods in which all the 9 planets would have their period of influences. These segmentations are called pratyantar dasha or sub-sub period.
To summarize the topic, human life is divided into mahadashas, antardashas and pratyantar dashas of planets which influence the human life in a positive or negative way.
 

Mahadasas periods

Mahadasha periods of Planets
Planets Maha Dasha Time Period
Sun or Surya Mahadasha 6 Years
Moon or Chandra Mahadasha 10 Years
Mars or Mangal Mahadasha 7 Years
Mercury or Budh Maha Dasha 17 Years
Jupiter or Guru Mahadasha 16 Years
Venus or Shukra Mahadasha 20 Years
Saturn or Shani Maha Dasha 19 Years
Rahu Maha Dasha 18 Years
Ketu Maha Dasha 7 Years
 

Chanting Mantras

In Vedic practices, most ancient techniques and classical Hinduism, mantra symbolizes as a necessity for spiritual advancement and high attainment. Mantra is a Sanskrit word which is formed by combining two words “Manana” and “Trey”. “Manana” means act of man (self) and “trey” means save. Mantra is used to save oneself from the problems of life and after life to give peace and solace.
 
“Trey” also means releasing. So the mantra can also be seen as a way to get release from the cycle of death and rebirth or to get “moksha”
 
In simple words , mantras are energy based sounds which is used for worshipping a God or Goddess to attain desired results and overcome difficulties and problems of life. In Vedic text, We have different mantras for different god and Goddess and for different purposes because each mantra has a energy pattern which is synchronized with the particular energy source. For example, the mantra for mars is synchronized with the energy source which controls more aggressive emotions and could be used for getting win over enemies (Based on the position of mars in an horoscope) and mantras for Jupiter is synchronized with the energy source which is calm in nature and would be helpful to attain spiritual win over one’s self. So chanting mantras give synchronization with the energy source which can fulfill the desire one have as well as to create effective vibrations for mental, physical and spiritual healing.
 
Mantras works best when one chant them or recite them while sitting in front of the associated God or Goddess and performing other associated pooja. But it also works when are chanting them while you are doing some other activity or only listening the mantra paath.
 
When we recite a mantra that utilizes the part of our brain which deals with our power to connect with the outer world. When we recite a mantra with the clear intent and focus on the power associated with it. The part of brain transmit the same to the outer world and synchronization happen between the person and the superior energy source. This process when repeated over a period of time with consistency and devotion leads to fulfillment of the desired results.
 
In Hindu thought, while repeating a sacred formula-a mantra, one should put all one's love, thought and will. Thus Japa is not a mechanical activity, but a intense activity with profound concentration. One must repeat the mantra softly with concentration so as to lead the mind to pass beyond everything that is connected with the domain of thought
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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