Samvatsara – 2
Dhata: Such a native is skilled in crafts, devoted to his preceptor, beautiful/handsome, courteous and good-mannered. He may be a crafty lawyer and addicted to women/spouse other than his/her own. Dhata is derived from Vidhata which is another name for Brahma, one of the three Hindu Trinity. They make skilled craftsmen. Manasagri maintains that such a native is bestowed with beauty, wealth and a caretaker of the just class in society.
Ishvara: Such natives get angry very soon (short tempered), is full of joy, has good qualities in him, skilful and sagacious. They are prosperous, steady-minded and good judge of merit. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be a farmer, rearing cattle, he lives a lifestyle within the confines of one’s religion. Manasagri maintains that such a native will also be lustful and sire a huge family.
Bahudhanya: Such a native is well versed in trade, respected by government, charitable, suffers from pride, well versed with scriptures and their secrets. They accumulate food stuff and generally hoard them. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be free from deceit, will be fond of wine and good food.
Pramathi or Pramadhi: Such a native is bestowed with many conveyances, killer of the enemy, a minister of a king or highly placed in government and with royal insignia. Such a native may also be addicted to evil ways, hot tempered, friendless, but, living in comfort. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be eager to earn more money, given to vices, addicted to duels and contests and someone who achieves his goals with harsh ways.
Vikarma or Vikram: Such a native is engaged in doing extremely terrible or fierce deeds, is skilled in attacking an enemy’s army (apparently employed with the military), and is a warrior and a champion with endurance and patience. Such a native will eagerly attend to the toughest of tasks with ease. Manasagri maintains that such an individual has control over his senses and very skilled.
Vrusha or Vrish: Such a native does things which are blameworthy, remains in the company of vicious men or wicked conduct. Accomplishes things for others, has many wives/spouses, is dirty, base and avaricious. Manasagri maintains that such a person will be obese, have a stout body. Manasagri is in agreement with former definition.
Chitrabhanu: such a native is fond of good robes/clothes and flowers, has a mind full of ambitions, good natured and endowed with crafts and arts. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be full of pride, doing sinful deeds, one who has unflinching faith in religious practices.
Svabhanu or Subhanu: Such a native has curly hair, simple nature, wise, courteous, has smiling and joyful face. Manasagri maintains that such a native benefits from friends and enemies both. He many also be a connoisseur or objects.
Tarana or Taran: Such a native will be deceitful, cunning and valiant. Heroic, restless, well versed in arts and crafts, extremely harsh and cruel, his actions are those which invite hatred. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be disliked by all religions, one who maybe addicted to accepting bribes.
Parthiv: Such natives are well versed in religious rites, skilled craftsmen, sensual and pleasure loving. He is a follower of tradition and averse to novelty or to try anything new. Manasagri is in agreement with the above.
Vyaya: Such a native is engrossed in enjoying worldly pleasures, subjected to addictions, fearless in asking for loans, always remains in debt, restless and given to wanton spending. Lustful, a great gambler, addicted to weaknesses, has a tendency to amass wealth for a rainy day. Manasagri maintains that such a native will have friends who will loan money easily and given to pleasures of the flesh.
Sarvajit or Sarvajith: Such a native receives honour from the king, always celebrates functions and festivities with great spending. He will conquer his enemies as well as the king. Manasagri maintains that such a native will conquer the weak and rule with an iron hand.
Sarvadhari: Such a native is master of a retinue of servants, enjoys comforts and pleasures. Enjoys sweet food, has patience, endurance, and follows traditions and conventions. Manasagri maintains that such a native is well versed with scriptures, obeys his Guru’s and with a stable mind.
Virodhi: Such a native is a wanderer and eloquent speaker. Travels to many distant lands. His family suffers, he is deceitful and cunning and cannot maintain relations with people. Manasagri maintains that such a native is fond of flesh and sea food, respected by the masses for his conduct.
Vikruti: Such a native is subjected to poverty, is horrible looking, has a tall body, lacks wisdom, intelligence and has difficulty in establishing friendships with anyone. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be well versed in singing abilities, dance, given to pride and a lustful person.
Khara: Such a native is lustful, dirty and speaker of harsh words, loud mouthed without any reason or purpose. Given to quarrels and possesses a huge body. Unattractive, worthless, depressed in speech, sinful and mischievous. Manasagri maintains that such a native will be devoid of friends, one who accumulates wealth thru questionable means.