Power and Fame Yogas

The eight siddhis hinted at by Kapila in the Tattvasamasa are as explained in verse 51 of Samkhyakarika: Uuha: based on the samskaras of previous births, the attainment of knowledge about the twenty-four Tatwas gained by examining the determinable and the indeterminable conscious and the non-conscious constituents of creation, Shabad: knowledge.


Classical astrology texts spend a lot of verses providing different combinations that confer rulership. In the olden days, every King had an astrologer in his court and consulted the astrologer for important events. Lineage was of primary importance, and so lot of time was spent providing combinations that predicted the next King. Power and fame yogas were highly sought after. Many of these combinations are very complex and specific.

In today’s world raja yogas confer power and fame to the individual. The main ones are:

  1. About Me My name is Rajat Kapoor. I am an expert and practitioner of Vedic Astrology, Vaastu, Numerology, Crystal Healing, Reiki, Aura Cleansing and Past-Life Regression, kundalini and chakra activation, color therapy. I also conduct auspicious poojas and hawans, Apart from these, I also offers consultation on Gemology and Rudraksh. One thing that sets me.
  2. In the Vedic (Hindu) system of Astrology, known in Sanskrit as Jyotish, the 27 constellations and not the 12 star-signs are the key to understanding celestial influences on our planet.
  3. Unfortunately, some Vedic astrologers use marriage compatibility as a tool to make money, control or frighten clients, much like lawyers do with divorce cases. Other often self-styled Tantric astrologers claim that through their special techniques or mystical powers that they can change any karmas in life, and can exploit their clients for money.
  4. The primary usage of the nakshatras is a fundamental difference between Western and Vedic astrology. One must deeply encounter and explore the nakshatras to appreciate the diversity and richness of Vedic astrology. The Moon takes about 27.3 days to complete its sojourn around the ecliptic.

Pancha Mahapurusha Yoga

Pancha Mahapurusha Yogas – These yogas focus on the five planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Each planet forms a specific raja yoga if it meets both of the following conditions:

  1. The planet is in sign of exaltation or in its own sign
  2. The planet is in a Kendra position from the Ascendant/Moon.

The individual yogas are Bhadra (Mercury), Malavya (Venus), Ruchaka (Mars), Hamsa (Jupiter), and Sasa (Saturn). If the yogas repeat from the lagna (ascendant) and the Moon, the yogas becomes more powerful.

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A person with one of these yogas will be fortunate, with two of these yogas will be like a king, with three of these yogas will be a King, with four of these yogas will be an Emperor, and with five of these yogas will be an emperor of emperors.

Emperor Akbar’s chart (shown below) has three of the five pancha mahapurusha yogas. Venus is in its own sign and in the ascendant (1st house) giving Malavya yoga. Saturn is in its sign of exaltation and in the ascendant (1st house) giving Sasa yoga. Finally, Mars is in its sign of exaltation and in the 4th house giving Ruchaka yoga.

Dharma Karmadhipati Yoga

Dharma karmadhipati Yogas – These are formed when there is a sambandha between the dharma lords (Trikona lords 1,5,9) and the karma lords (Kendra lords 1,4,7,10). The sambandha can be of three types – 1. The lords are conjunct in any rasi. 2. The lords mutually aspect each other. 3. The lords form a parivartana yoga or mutually exchange houses. Not all combinations are equally powerful. Here is the order in the descending order of strength.

  1. sambandha between lords of 9th and 10th houses
  2. sambandha between lords of 4th and 5th houses
  3. Lords of 5th and 10th or 4th and 9th
  4. Lords of 1st and 9th or 1st and 10th houses
  5. sambandha between lords of 1st and 4th or 1st and 5th houses
  6. sambandha between lords of 7th and 1st, 5th, or 9th houses

Queen Elizabeth I’s chart has the lord of the 9th (Sun) and the lord of the 10th (Mercury) conjunct in the 10th house of profession. This is the highest form of the dharma-karmadhipati yoga. Queen Elizabeth’s chart also has two pancha mahapurusha yogas – Hamsa (Jupiter in 1st) and Bhadra (Mercury in 10th).

Emperor Akbar’s chart also has the lord of the 9th (Mercury) and the lord of the 10th (Moon) mutually aspecting each other in the 3-9 (courage and fortune) axis. He has 1,4 (Venus and Saturn) and 1,5 (Venus and Saturn) dharma karmadhipati combinations as well.


Gaja Kesari Yoga

Gaja Kesari Yoga – this is formed when Jupiter is in Kendra (1,4,7,10) from the Moon and is aspected by a natural benefic.

Mahatma Gandhi’s chart has Jupiter in the 10th house from the Moon and Jupiter is aspected by two natural benefic’s Venus and Mercury. His chart also has Malavya yoga (formed by Venus in the 1st house) and three dharma karmadhipati yogas 1,9 (Venus and Mercury), 1,7 (Venus and Mars) and 7,9 (Mars and Mercury).

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Many of you are now exploring the deeper versions of the vedangas ( limbs of the vedas). The word ‘tantra’ has been sweeping the west in recent years and seems to be giving free license to those with natural dakini tendencies to go public. The beauty of the vedic wisdom is that it does include a place for all aspirants, but it would be helpful for the general population to understand that ‘tantra’ has a much deeper source than sex.


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Please listen to this extremely good interpretation from Sadguru. http://youtu.be/RzHYZchuF2w


In this offering, I would like to introduce the concept of ‘siddhis’. Siddhi: sanskrit, ‘perfection’, ‘accomplishment’, ‘attainment’. Chitthar: sanskrit, someone who has attained siddhi powers. Chith: sanskrit, pure consciousness. Siddhis are superhuman magical powers that are attained through ‘sadhana’ or the yoga/mediation discipline.


ASHTA SIDDHIS 1.Anima: reducing one’s body to the size of an atom 2.Mahima: expanding one’s body to an infinitely large size. 3.Garima: making one’s body extremely heavy 4.Laghima: making one’s body weightless 5.Prapti: unrestricted access to all places 6.Prakamya: unrestricted achievement of desire 7.Istva: possessing absolute lordship 8.Vastva: the power to subjugate all.


1.tri-kāla-jñatvam: knowing the past, present and future 2.advandvam: tolerance of heat, cold and other dualities 3.para citta ādi abhijñatā: knowing the minds of others 4.agni arka ambu viṣa ādīnām pratiṣṭambhaḥ: checking the influence of fire, sun, water, poison 5.aparājayah: remaining unconquered by others “In the Bhagavata Purana, Lord Krishna describes the ten secondary siddhis as: anūrmi-mattvam: Being undisturbed by hunger, thirst, and other bodily appetite dūra-śravaṇa: Hearing things far away dūra-darśanam: Seeing things far away manaḥ-javah: Moving the body wherever thought goes (teleportation/astral projection) kāma-rūpam: Assuming any form desired para-kāya praveśanam: Entering the bodies of others sva-chanda mṛtyuh: Dying when one desires devānām saha krīḍā anudarśanam: Witnessing and participating in the pastimes of the gods yathā sańkalpa saḿsiddhiḥ: Perfect accomplishment of one’s determination ājñā apratihatā gatiḥ: Orders or commands being unimpeded Samkhya In the Samkhya Karika and Tattva Samasa there are references to the attainment of eight siddhis by which one becomes free of the pain of ignorance, one gains knowledge, and experiences bliss. The eight siddhis hinted at by Kapila in the Tattvasamasa are as explained in verse 51 of Samkhyakarika: Uuha: based on the samskaras of previous births, the attainment of knowledge about the twenty-four Tatwas gained by examining the determinable and the indeterminable conscious and the non-conscious constituents of creation, Shabad: knowledge gained by associating with an enlightened person (Guru – upadesh), Addhyyan: knowledge gained through study of the Vedas and other standard ancillary texts, Suhritprapti: knowledge gained from a kind-hearted person, while engaged in the spread of knowledge Daan: knowledge gained regardless of one’s own needs while attending to the requirements of those engaged in the search of the highest truth, Aadhyaatmik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain, disappointment, etc. that may arise due to lack of spiritual, metaphysical, mystic knowledge and experience, Aadhibhautik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain etc. arising from possessing and being attached to various materialistic gains, Aadhidaivik dukkh-haan: freedom from pain etc. caused by fate or due to reliance on fate, The attainment of these eight siddhis renders one no longer in a painful state of ignorance but in possession of greater knowledge and experience of bliss. The aim of Samkhya is to eliminate all kinds of physical and mental pains and to receive liberation. Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras[edit] In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras IV.1 it is stated (rendered inIAST): janma auṣadhi mantra tapaḥ samādhijāḥ siddhayaḥ In translation: Accomplishments may be attained through birth, the use of herbs, incantations, self-discipline or samadhi.[16][note 3]” wikipedia


The Masters who attain these powers, often do so through lifetimes of practice. They or even you, may come into this lifetime with some of these powers developed. This is a gift to be honored and respected, not thrown about in blatant display. There are countless stories of those who have used their powers connected to ego and have instantly lost their abilities. Important to know and understand is that all those souls who work to develop such powers are not living in the sattvic place; there is also those with powers who live on the dark side.

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My intention here is to draw attention to the depth of tantra and hope that when people use this word, they are doing a little personal investigation into the deeper meaning. Love only…

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