Astrology

Ramal (Arab Jyotish) Forcasting Without Horoscope By Dr Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”

Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) research institute
RAMAL (ARABIC ASTROLOGY) SHODH SANSTHAN

CONTACT FOR SOLVING ANY PROBLEM & INCLINATION

Respected Dr S. R. Vaishy Saheb,
Salutations in respect with Hari

As per the phone discussion, I am sending you the article along with my picture.
The article is about the technique “RAMAL Jyotish predictions without astrological chart”.
Along with this letter, I am also attaching a brief introduction and description of various awards and recognitions received.
Please arrange at your convenience, to allocate suitable space for this work.
Shriman S. K. Shrivastav, resident of Jabalpur, called twice in this regard.
Should you ever come to Bharatput, please do visit the institute. You are welcome.
Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter.

Q: What is Ramal Jyotish and how the future predicted by using this method?

Ramal (Arabi jyotish) does not have kundali (chart) as in Vedic Jyotish system. In this system, the equivalent is called an “spread” or “Jayacha” but it is completely different. RAMAL has four dices which are to be tossed by the inquirer at a specified place. The Jayacha is prepared from these dices. These dices are based on four elements which contribute to the construction of Jayacha. The elements are Fire, Air, Water and Earth. The Ramal jyotish bases the predictions and mathematics on these elements.

Q: How many houses are there in Ramal Jyotish system?

The Ramal jyotish system has 16 houses. Of these, four houses are central and are based on the four elements. These assist in confirming or denying a certain theme. So a task or desire can be fulfilled or not is determined by these four houses.

Q: In Ramal jyotish system, what is the proper method of questioning? Can a person seek benefit of this system remotely i.e. sitting far away?

There are several methods of questioning in the Ramal system. The best one is to make the person (inquirer) toss the dices. The counting of these shall be used to make the calculations and the predictions. These dices are made with eight metals and are made to rigid specifications of size and ratio of weight and contents of each metal. The dices are to be tossed at a clean place using a prescribed method. My set of dices was given to me by my Guru ji. These were made observing the strict prescribed methods, some 350 years ago. The dices counting is very personal, but for some one sitting at a remote location, we use a questionnaire form. The counting of mathematics by the dice and the questionnaire method is different but they yield the same results. This is my experience of approximately 20 years.

Q: Is a birth chart or kundali required in Ramal system?

Ramal system (Arabi jyotish) does not require any birth chart or kundali. This system does not even require the name of the parents, date, time or panchang (Vedic) calendar or ephemeris. This system works out all calculations and a prediction based on the dices or in case of the remotely situated enquirer uses the questionnaire. All predictions for all facets of life are determined by the dices or the questionnaire. This system reveals many strange secrets from time to time.

Q: Having so much of recognition and respect, how do you like studying this complicated system?

I was surprised by such a high order of respect granted to me in a relatively short life and consider this to be granted by the God along with the assistance of my parents. The institute is assisting people from all over the world using the almost lost system of Ramal, so that they may find solutions to their problems.

Q: Does the Ramal system have planets and stellar constellations (grahas, rashi and nakshtra) and how many shapes are there?

Ramal jyotish uses the standard nine grahas (planets) and the twelve rashis to determine which planets are unfavourable at present. This information is precise with passage of time. Then Ramal also has sixteen signs. These are 1) Lahiyaan, 2) Kabjul dakhil, 3) Kabjul kharij, 4) Jamaat, 5) Uklaa, 6) Farah, 7) Ankish, 8) Humara, 9) Byaaj, 10) Nustul kharij, 11) Nustul dakhil, 12) Atabe kharij, 13) Naki, 14) Atabe dakhil, 15)Ijjatama and 16) Tareeka. The twelve Rashi signs and the nine planets are set into these sixteen signs according to rules.

Q: What is the difference between the Ramal Jyotish and Vedic Bharatiya jyotish?

The Ramal (Arabi jyotish) system has sixteen houses in the “Spread” while the Vedic Bharatiya system has twelve houses. The Ramal jyotish system is Muslim knowledge. The Vedic Bharatiya jyotish knowledge is based on Vedic Shastra of India set according to the Indian spiritual practices. In the Ramal jyotish system, the prediction for any question is based on points (dots) and lines. These are to interpreted using one’s own intelligence and knowledge of logics. In the Vedic Bharatiya jyotish system, there is no specified division for prediction but is based on one’s intellegence and experience. Mathematics is fully integrated into it.

/- signed by Narendra

Dr. Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”
Ramal (Arabi jyotish) Shodh Sansthan (Reg)
3, Mahal Khas, Kila Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone – (05644) 22 3216
Mobile – 94142 68172

letter to Dr. S. R. Vaishya
stating that he has included two articles in the letter namely
1. Ramal jyotish tells about the great Rahu – even the Sun fades in front of Rahu
2. Ramal jyotish tells without birth chart, how and when to wear Gems

Q: Predicting the future without birth chart (kundali) using Ramal Jyotish

The wise in India, use various methods for telling the future and solving problems. There are many branches of Jyotish science in the present times. Among these is the most important and unique method is Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) or “Ilm-e-Ramal”. This method provides quick answers to all questions and problems.
Using this method, the full details of incidences and chronological happenings related to any of the creations (movable or still). Although there are many branches of Jyotish in vogue at the present times. Of these Silent Prashna, Fal-naamaa, Keral method, Prashna-Tantra are the main. The birth chart of the person making the inquiry is never required in the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra. Even the name, time, day of the week or the panchang or ephemeris are not used. The inquirer asks the Ramalacharya about the present concerns regarding the desired work. How, when, by whom shall it be achieved? What planet or planets are favourable or unfavourable at the present time and for how long the difficult times shall last? When the shares and markets shall go up or down and how can profit or loss be made from these. The inquirer should approach the Ramalacharya with complete devotional sentiments. Faith and respect in the mind of the inquirer are extremely important requirements. In Ramal Jyotish, the solutions for all types of problems are found by tossing a set of dices. A dice is called “Kura” in Arabic. The dice is thrown by the inquirer at a specific location. The shape formed by the dice, is recorded and a diagram (jayacha) is prepared according to the Ramal Jyotish Mathematics. The shapes thus obtained, form the basis of all solutions and answers provided in the Ramal Jyotish. This is to be performed by the inquirer in front of the Ramalacharya. Should the inquirer not be able to come in the presence of the Ramalacharya, then a solution can be prepared by using a “Question-form”. This “Question-form” has been prepared after extensive research. Both of these methods provide same results. While the mathematical calculations are different in the two cases, the predictive results are never different. Now days, many people do not have the birth-chart. Those who do have, may be inaccurate, therefore the predictions are either not complete or are just incorrect. This causes the inquirer to become mentally dissatisfied and such methods do not provide desired benefits.

The Ramal jyotish shastra does not rely upon birth charts etc; therefore, this technique is capable of making comparatively more accurate predictions.

According to the Ramal Arabi jyotish shastra, the “jayacha” diagram (also called ‘prastar’) contains 16 houses. Number 13, 14 15 and 16 are witness houses (saakshi). The house numbers 1, 5, 9 and 13 are Fire element while the houses 2, 6, 10 and 14 are Air element. The house numbered 3, 7, 11 and 15 are Water element and the last four houses 13, 14, 15 and the 16 are Earth element.

By the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra, the 16 shapes are calssified as follows.

Name Shape Name Shape
1 Lahiyaan (0111) o√√√ 2 Kabjul daakhil (1010) √o√o
3 Kabjul kharij (0101) o√o√ 4 Jamaat (1111) √√√√
5 Farah (0010) oo√o 6 Uklaa (0110) o√√o
7 Ankish (1110) √√√o 8 Humaraa (1011) √o√√
9 Byaj (1101) √√o√ 10 Nustul khrij (0011) oo√√
11 Nustul dakhil (1100) √√oo 12 Atave kharj (0001) ooo√
13 Naki (0100) o√oo 14 Atave dakhil (1000) √ooo
15 Ijjatamaa (1001) √oo√ 16 Tareekaa (0000) oooo

These 16 shapes are divided into 12 Rashis (astrological houses) as follows.

Name Shape Name Shape
1 Mesha (Aries) (1011) √o√√ 2 Vrisha (Taurus) (1000) √ooo
3 Mithuna (Gemini) (1001) √oo√ 4 Karka (Cancer) (1101) √√o√
(0000) oooo
5 Simha (Leo) (1010) √o√o
(0011) oo√√ 6 Kanya (Virgo) (1111) √√√√
7 Tulaa (Libra) (0010) oo√o 8 Vrishchaka (Scorpio) (0100) o√oo
9 Dhanu (Sagitarius) (0111) o √√√ 10 Makar (Capricorn) (1110) √√√o (0001) ooo√
11 Kumbha (Aquarious) (0101) o√o√ (0110) o√√o 12 Meena (Pisces) (1100) √√oo

/- signed by Narendra

Dr. Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”
Ramal (Arabi jyotish) Shodh Sansthan (Reg)
3, Mahal Khas, Kila Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone – (05644) 22 3216
Mobile – 94142 68172

Ramal Jyotish tell when to wear Gem, without the use of birt chart

According to Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) there are nine (9) main types of gems.Rigveda refers to the Fire element of gems. Garud puran, Agni puran and Brihad samhita describe the divine powers of gems for various diagnostic treatments. Ramal (Arabi jyotish) never requires the birth chart of the inquirer. A ‘Jayacha’ (prastaar) is prepared for a specific query. The Ramal dice (called ‘Kura’) is used to prepare the ‘Jayacha’ to determine which planet (grah) is adverse or unfavourable at that time. The dice is tossed by the inquirer at a specific place; and the entire process of drawing the ‘Jayacha’ is performed in from of the person. Ramal (Arabi jyotish) shastra does not need the birth chart, parents name, time, date or even the ephemeris. The inquirer must have complete trust and faith because that is essential, because faith in the Jyotish shastra is extremely essential. New research in the field of Ramal has made a set of questions available, which can be used if the inquirer is not present to toss the dices in front of the Ramalacharya. The result-set and the solution provided by this method is the same as if the dices were tossed, however, the mathematical method is totally different.

First, there are the gems and stones. The planet Ravi (Sun) represents these. In Ramal (Arabi Jyotish), Ravi has two (2) shapes allocated; first Kabjul dakhil and second Nustul Kharij. Manik gem is pink in colour. According to Ramal (Arabi Jyotish), those subjects who are currently running adverse Ravi (Sun), should wear this gem. This gem, set in gold or copper ring, should be worn in the ring finger. This provides relief and benefits in eye troubles, heart diseases, pitta, epilepsy, weakness of bones. Vaidya (doctors) regularly administer this gem in the form of bhasma (oxidised or converted to ashes). If this gem is placed in front of the Sun, then it emits red colour light. This gem should be worn according the prescribed manner at an appropriate muhurat by the Ramal (Arabi) Jyotish.

Second is the pearl. Chandrama (Moon), with two (2) shapes byaj and tarika, represents this gem. Chandramani and pearl have similar properties. If viewed minutely, then they are different. Chandramani is a stone and pearl is classified as a gem. If the pearls are expensive, then the stone Chandramani can be used as a cheaper alternative. This, set in silver ring, is also worn in the ring finger. Vaidya hamik (doctors) use the bhasm (oxidised or ashes) of pearl as medicine but never use the Chandramani. Pearl provides tranquillity and peace of mind. Those who are running an adverse period of Chandrama (Moon) should wear this gem.

Third is the Munga (red coral), represented by Mangal (Mars). Mangal (Mars) is represented by two (2) shapes; first is Humara and second is Niki. This gem is produced in the sea by a sea creature. Scientists know this as Isys Noubles. Munga (red coral) is basically composed of calcium. Munga (red coral) is red in colour. It is beneficial in skin diseases, blood problems, muscles weakness, and chronic cold. Munga (red coral) should also be worn in the ring finger by using a ring made of gold or copper. According to Ramal (Arabi) Jytoish, those who are adversely effected by Mangal (Mars) should definitely wear this gem, to achieve benefit and peace. This produces effect before and after marriage as well. The gem should be “energised” by the proper, prescribed methods on a Tuesday. Benefits and peace is achieved by wearing this gem according to the prescribed methods of Ramal (Arabi) Jyotish.

Fourth gem is Panna (Emerald, in sanskrit – marakat), representing Buddha (Mercury). Ramal Jyotish allocates two (2) shapes to this planet, namely Jamat and Ijjatama. Panna (emerald) is composed of four elements namely oxygen, barrilium, aluminium and silica. Buddha (Mercury) is trade and business oriented planet. Wearing or using this gem provides financial profits, prosperity and peace. Panna (emerald) also provides relief from diseases like hernia, lung disorders, asthma, epilepsy, mental disorders and digestive problems. Panna (Emerald) is of green colour and is translucent. This gem should be set in gold ring and worn on the little finger according to the Ramal shastra on a Wednesday.

Fifth gem is Pukharaj. This represents the planet Guru (Jupiter) i.e. Brihaspati. The planet Guru has two shapes in the Ramal Jyotish shastra. The first shape is Lahiyan and the second is Nustul dhakhil. Both of these shapes are beneficial. This gem is translucent and is available in three colours white, pinkish yellow and light yellow. If stung by a poisonous insect, then rubbing Pukharaj on the wound gradually reduces the poison. This gem is composed of Florina nd Aluminium. Moister with granite and premnite rocks produces Pukharaj gem. Wearing this gem provides benefit in cases of jaundice, lever, spleen and nervous disorders. It should be worn according to the Ramal jyotish by those who have unfavourable Guru. This gem should be set in a gold ring and be worn on the little finger. This gem is also used when desiring an early marriage and also for making the married life sweet. Also used in improving spiritual studies, prosperity, gains and peace. The gem should be made “alive” according to the principles laid down; and worn on a Thursday according to the set procedures of Ramal Jyotish. If worn during the Guru-Pushya yoga, then it produces the best results and provides most satisfaction in the desrired actions.

The sixth gem is Hira (Diamond). This is represented by the planet Venus. This planet also has two shapes :- Farah and Atave Dakhil shapes. This gem, Hira (Diamond) is found in Rhodesia, Brazil, Belgium and Bharat (India). There are three type’s viz. Masculins Diamond, feminine diamond and nuter diamond. The masculine diamond is light and shiny. A diamond which is flat in shape is known as feminine. The last one, small heavy, round and deprived of shine, is the neuter diamond. It is white and shiny. This gem is used for progeny by those desiring children. According to the Ramal principles, this gem is worn on a Friday.

The seventh gem is Neelam. This is represented by planet Shani (Saturn). According to the Ramal Jyotish, this planet has two shapes; first Ulka and the second is Ankish. This gem is blue or light blue in colour. The real Neelam gem is light blue and transparent. Ordinary gem should only show a blue streak when turned in light. A gem with spot should not be used as a remedy according to the Ramal Jyotish. A spotty Neelam can cause adverse reactions such as cause court cases, strife, wrongful blame, mental distress etc. This gem is beneficial in skeletal joint pains and disorders produced by Vayu imbalance. According to the Ramal Jyotish, those who have adverse Saturn should wear this gem set in a ring on the middle finger. The best day for this purpose is a Saturday. The ring should be made if silver or five metal alloy.

The eighth gem is Gomed. This is represented by planet Rahu. This planet has only one shapes i.e. Kabjul Kharij. This gem is found in two colours: – one is the colour of the cow urine and the other is a golden. This found in the ocean bottom, formed by the rocks/chemicals dissolved by water and later set as gem. The gem found in Sri Lanka, known as Ceylon is considered to be the best. By wearing this gem, one gets benefits in disorders of the skin and epilepsy. It is also beneficial in relieving mental stress. This gem should be worn on a Saturday according to the Ramal Jyotish procedures, on the middle finger.

The ninth gem is Lahasunia represented by planet Ketu. This planet has the shape of Atave Kharij. This gem is known as Vidatyaksh in Sanskrit and in English, it is called the Cat’s eye. This gem resembles the eye of a cat, in colour and marking. The real gem has a whitish ting of colour. According to the Ramal Jyotish, the gem should be worn on a Saturday in middle finger.

By the Ramal Jyotish shastra, the gems provide the stated benefits. But when a certain subject is suffering from an adverse planet, then the benefit is much greater. The state of planets can be determined by Ramal calculations. Such Ramal calculations also determine the proper size/weight of the gem required for a subject. The proper method according to the Ramal Jytoish should be followed at all times. If a subject is unable to use a gem, then one may use a Ramal Yantra. This shall provide the desired benefit and peace; such is the opinion of the Ramal Jyotish experts.

/- signed by Narendra

Dr. Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”
Ramal (Arabi jyotish) Shodh Sansthan (Reg)
3, Mahal Khas, Kila Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone – (05644) 22 3216
Mobile – 94142 68172

Ramal Jyotish tell of the Powerful Rahu (North node) – even Sun fades in comparison.

Every one is familiar with the nine planets by the Ramal Jyotish. A person has two parts namely the head and the body. The head part is called Rahu and the body is known as the Ketu. Both of these were born at the same time. They consider Surya and Chandrama (Sun and the Moon) as enemy. That is the reason for eclipses. In Ramal, the heavenly bodies are not considered, but the north and the south of the Earth is taken as the shadow of these planets. These two planets, separated by 6 Rashis or 180 degrees, move in the retrograde direction and they take a minimum of 18 years in one Rashi. These have not been allocated any place for them nor do they own any of the Rashis. Still the Ramal Jyotish experts opine that they have full control over the Kanya rashi (sign of Virgo). Virgo has the shape of Jamat which does not have point. This indicates that it is not an alert state but a ‘dead’ one. This is a night-time shape. They are exalted in the Vrishabh Rashi (sign of Taurus). Taurus has the shape of Atve Dakhil. This is a beneficial shape which keeps a “rich” shape. This is an “alive” shape and is a benefactor. Some scholar’s believe that it is exalted up to 15 degrees in the sign of Gemini. Cancer and Aquarius are the signs of ‘Mool-Trikon’.

Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) places the planets Rahu (North node), Mercury, Venus and Saturn planets as mutual friends. The Sun and the Moon and Mars planets as strong enemies; while Jupiter is considered even (neither friend nor foe).

According to the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra, a shape pattern, known as “Jayacha” or “Prastar”, is prepared by tossing the Ramal dices (‘Kura’ in Arabic) in the presence of the Ramalacharya (the Ramal expert). If it is not possible to come to the Ramalacharya, then a research-based questionnaire can be used to the same effect. This shape pattern is used to determine the position of various planets including Rahu (North node) and his aspects. For determining future predictions and guidance, Ramal does not need the birth date and time details. The ‘Jayacha’, produced by the dice tossing or answering the questionnaire, is sufficient to provide a complete and comprehensive solution.

Rahu (North node) is considered to be very powerful and influential. In the signs of Taurus and Libra, it is even more powerful and is considered to be ‘Yogakarak’. In the constellation of ‘Swami’ and ‘Shatbhisha’, Rahu (North node) is beneficial. In the 10th house of the ‘Jayacha’, it is considered stronger. In the Ramal and the ancient Bharatiya jyotish, only 7 (seven) planets are taken into account. Rahu and Ketu have not been given ownership of any Rashis. Later, many jyotishis, after study and research, found that both Rahu and Ketu are deleterious and harmful. In Ramal shapes, they have day-time shapes. Rahu (North node) controls the feet. The sinful and wrong deeds, mental worries, ill-fate, beggarly destitute, drug/alchohol addiction, state of agony etc. are considered by poison and aspects of Rahu. This process is termed as the “tormenting agony” of the Kaal-purush (the primordial being). In Ramal, the 12th house and the house occupied by Rahu, his benefic and melefic aspects, associations with other planets, have various different effects and this is briefly described below.

The ‘Jayacha’ (Prastar) of the Ramal Jyotish, is also divided into houses. Rahu in the first house indicates mental disorders, nature of progeny and poor Karma. Rahu in the second house makes one healthy, intelligent and generous. In the fourth house, it makes one clever and cruel. Here, it induces sadness but makes the subject satisfied in all aspects of life. The fifth house located Rahu indicates disorders of stomach. In the sixth house, this induces back pain. Rahu in the seventh house makes one’s married life a misery to the end and deprives of real love. Physical and mental health also suffers. Rahu in the eighth house makes the subject suffer from secret illnesses and also causes diseases of the stomach. Ninth house Rahu causes disorders of the Vayu (air) imbalance. A subject with Rahu in the eleventh house has few children and in the twelfth house, the subject becomes spend-thrift, worrisome, unintelligent and filled with carnal desires.

Those people, who have been suffering from a continuous stream of ill-fate and sufferings, should wear the gem Gomed in a ring and/or the Ramal Yantra. This should be done in accordance with the prescribed methods of Ramall Jyotish. Donations, meditations and Jap-chanting should also be considered.

Ramal (Arabi jyotish) and Bharatiya jyotish only account for seven planets. The Sun is designated as the king of the planets. Rahu planet is not counted as a real planet anywhere. However, during the eclipse, he swallows the Sun. Therefore, this planet is very strong and powerful and even the king of the planets, the Sun, fades in front of Rahu.

 

/- signed by Narendra

Dr. Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”
Ramal (Arabi jyotish) Shodh Sansthan (Reg)
3, Mahal Khas, Kila Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone – (05644) 22 3216
Mobile – 94142 68172

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Respected Dr S. R. Vaishy Saheb,
Salutations in respect with Hari

As per the phone discussion, I am sending you the article along with my picture.
The article is about the technique “RAMAL jyotish predictions without astrological chart”.

Along with this letter, I am also attaching a brief introduction and description of various awards and recognitions received.

Please arrange at your convenience, to allocate suitable space for this work.

Shriman S. K. Shrivastav, resident of Jabalpur, called twice in this regard.

Should you ever come to Bharatput, please do visit the institute. You are welcome.

Please acknowledge the reciept of this letter.

Dr. Narendra Kumar “Bhaiyya”

Q: What is Rmala jyotish and how is the future predicted using this method?

Ramal (Arabi jyotish) does not have kundali (chart) as in Vedic Jyotish system. In this system, te equivalent is called an “spread” or “Jayacha” but it is completely different. RAMAL has four dices which are to be tossed by the inquirer at a specified place. The Jayacha is prepared from these dices. These dices are based on four elements which contribute to the construction of Jayacha. The elements are Fire, Air, Water and Earth. The Ramal jyotish bases the pridictions and mathematics on these elements.

Q: How many houses are there in Ramal Jyotish system?

The Ramal jyotish system has 16 houses. Of these, four hourses are central and are based on teh four elements. These assist in confriming or denying a ceratin theme. So a task or desire can be fulfilled or not is determined by these four houses.

Q: In Ramal jyotish system, what is the proper method of questioning? Can a person seek benefit of this system remotely i.e. sitting far away?

There are several methods of questioning in the Ramal system. The best one is to make the person (inquirer) toss the dices. The counting of these shall be used to make the calculations and the predictions. These dices are made with eight metals and are made to rigid specifications of size and ratio of weight and contents of each metal. The dices are to be tossed at a clean place using a prescribed method. My sets of dices were given to me by my Guru ji. These were made observing the strict prescribed methods, some 350 years ago. The dices counting is very personal, but for some one sitting at a remote location, we use a questionnaire form. The counting of mathematics by the dice and the questionnaire method is different but they yield the same results. This is my experience of approximately 20 years.

Q: Is a birth chart or kundali required in Ramal system?

Ramal system (Arabi jyotish) does not require any birth chart or kundali. This system does not even require the name of the parents, date, time or panchang (Vedic) calendar or ephemeris. This system works out all calculations and a prediction based on the dices or in case of the remotely situated enquirer uses the questionnaire. All predictions for all facets of life are determined by the dices or the questionnaire. This system reveals many strange secrets from time to time.

Q: Having so much of recognition and respect, how do you like studying this complicated system?

I was surprised by such a high order of respect granted to me in a relatively short life and consider this to be granted by the God along with the assistance of my parents. The institute is assisting people from all over the world using the almost lost system of Ramal, so that they may find solutions to their problems.

Q: Does the Ramal system have planets and stellar constellations (grahas, rashi and nakshtra) and how many shapes are there?

Ramal jyotish uses the standard nine grahas (planets) and the twelve rashis to determine which planets are unfavourable at present. This information is precise with passage of time. Then Ramal also has sixteen sings. These are 1) Lahiyaan, 2) Kabjul dakhil, 3) Kabjul kharij, 4) Jamaat, 5) Uklaa, 6) Farah, 7) Ankish, 8) Humara, 9) Byaaj, 10) Nustul kharij, 11) Nustul dakhil, 12) Atabe kharij, 13) Naki, 14) Atabe dakhil, 15)Ijjatama and 16) Tareeka. The twelve Rashi signs and the nine planets are set into these sixteen signs according to rules.

Q: What is the difference between the Ramal Jyotish and Vedic Bharatiya jyotish?

The Ramal (Arabi jyotish) system has sixteen houses in the “Spread” while the Vedic Bharatiya system has twelve houses. The Ramal jyotish system is Muslim knowledge. The Vedic Bharatiya jyotish knowledge is based on Vedic Shastra of India set according to the Inidan spritual practices. In the Ramal jyotish system, the prediction for any question is based on points (dots) and lines. These are to interpret using one’s own intelligence and knowledge of logics. In the Vedic Bharatiya jyotish system, there is no specified division for prediction but is based on one’s intelligence and experience. Mathematics is fully integrated into it.

Q: Prediting the future without birth chart (kundali) using Ramal Jyotish

The wise in India, use various methods for telling the future and solving problems. There are many branches of Jyotish science in the present times. Among these is the most important and unique method is Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) or “Ilm-e-Ramal”. This method provides quick answers to all questions and problems.
Using this method, the full details of incidences and chronological happenings related to any of the creations (movable or still). Although there are many branches of Jyotish in vogue at the present times. Of these Silent Prashna, Fal-naamaa, Keral method, Prashna-Tantra are the main. The birth chart of the person making the inquiry is never required in the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra. Even the name, time, day of the week or the panchang or ephemeris are not used. The inquirer asks the Ramalacharya about the present concerns regarding the desired work. How, when, by whom shall it be achieved? What planet or planets are favourable or unfavourable at the present time and for how long the difficult times shall last? When the shares and markets shall go up or down and how can profit or loss be made from these. The inquirer should approach the Ramalacharya with complete devotional sentiments. Faith and respect in the mind of the inquirer are extremely important requirements. In Ramal Jyotish, the solutions for all types of problems are found by tossing a set of dices. A dice is called “Kura” in Arabic. The dice is thrown by the inquirer at a specific location. The shape formed by the dice, is recorded and a diagram (jayacha) is prepared according to the Ramal Jyotish Mathematics. The shapes thus obtained, form the basis of all solutions and answers provided in the Ramal Jyotish. This is to be performed by the inquirer in front of the Ramalacharya. Should the inquirer not be able to come in the presence of the Ramalacharya, then a solution can be prepared by using a “Question-form”. This “Question-form” has been prepared after extensive research. Both of these methods provide same results. While the mathematical calculations are different in the two cases, the predictive results are never different. Now days, many people do not have the birth-chart. Those who do have, may be inaccurate, therefore the predictions are either not complete or are just incorrect. This causes the inquirer to become mentally dissatisfied and such methods do not provide desired benefits.

The Ramal jyotish shastra does not rely upon birth charts etc; therefore, this technique is capable of making comparitively more accurate predictions.
According to the Ramal Arabi jyotish shastra, the “jayacha” diagram (also called ‘prastar’) contains 16 houses. Number 13, 14 15 and 16 are witness houses (saakshi). The house numbers 1, 5, 9 and 13 are Fire element while the houses 2, 6, 10 and 14 are Air element. The house numbered 3, 7, 11 and 15 are Water element and the last four houses 13, 14, 15 and the 16 are Earth element.
By the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra, the 16 shapes are calssified as follows.

Name                                      Shape
1. Lahiyaan                             0111
2. Kabjul daakhil                   1010
3. Kabjul kharij                      0101
4. Jamaat                                 1111
5. Farah                                   0010
6. Uklaa                                   0110
7. Ankish                                 1110
8. Humaraa                            1011
9. Byaj                                      1101
10. Nustul khrij                      0011
11. Nustul dakhil                   1100
12. Atave kharj                      0001
13. Naki                                 0100
14. Atave dakhil                  1000
15. Ijjatamaa                         1001
16. Tareekaa                        0000

These 16 shapes are divided into 12 Rashis (astrological houses) as follows.

Name                                  Shape
1. Mesha (Aries)               1011
2. Vrisha (Taurus)            1000
3. Mithuna (Gemini)       1001
4. Karka (Cancer)            1101, 0000
5. Simha (Leo)                  1010, 0011
6. Kanyaa (Virgo)            1111
7. Tulaa (Libra)                0010
8. Vrishchaka (Scorpio) 0100
9. Dhanu (Sagitarius)     0111
10. Makar (Capricorn)   1110, 0001
11. Kumbha (Aquarious)  0101, 0110
12. meena (Pisces)           1100

Ramal Jyotish tell when to wear Gem, without the use of

According to Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) there are nine (9) main types of gems.Rigveda refers to the Fire element of gems. Garud puran, Agni puran and Brihad samhita descibe teh devine powers of gems for various diagnostic treatments. Ramal (Arabi jyotish) never requires the birth chart of the inquirer. A ‘Jayacha’ (prastaar) is prepared for a specific query. The Ramal dice (called ‘Kura’) is used to preapre the ‘Jayacha’ to determine which planet (grah) is adverse or unfavourable at that time. The dice is tossed by the inquirer at a specific place; and the entire process of drawing the ‘Jayacha’ is performed in from of the person. Ramal (Arabi jyotish) shastra does not need the birth chart, parents name, time, date or even the ephemeris. The inquirer must have complete trust and faith because that is essential, because fiath in the Jyotish shastra is extremely essential. New research in the field of Ramal has made a set of questions available, which can be used if the inquirer is not present to toss the dices in front of the Ramalacharya. The result-set and the solution provided by this method is the same as if the dices were tossed, however, the mathematical method is totally different.

Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra uses 16 shapes (patterns) for the nine (9) planets. These are as follows.

Planet                               shape
1. Ravi (Sun)                   1010, 0011
2. Chandrama (Moon) 1101, 0000
3. Mangal (Mars)           1011, 0100
4. Buddha (Mercury)    1111, 1001
5. Guru (Jupiter)           0111, 1100
6. Shukra (Venus)        0010, 1000
7. Shani (Saturn)           0110, 1110
8. Rahu (N.Node)         0101
9. Ketu (S.Node)           0001

First, there are the gems and stones. The planet Ravi (Sun) represents these. In Ramal (Arabi Jyotish), Ravi has two (2) shapes allocated ; first Kabjul dakhil and second Nustul Kharij. Manik gem is pink in colour. According to Ramal (Arabi Jyotish), those subjects who are currently running adverse Ravi (Sun), should wear this gem. This gem, set in gold or copper ring, should be worn in the ring finger. This provides relief and benefits in eye troubles, heart deseases, pitta, epilepsy, weakness of bones. Vaidya (doctors) regularly administer this gem in the form of bhasma (oxidised or converted to ashes). If this gem is placed in front of the Sun, then it emits red colour light.

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This gem should be worn according the prescribed manner at an appropriate muhurat by the Ramal (Arabi) Jyotish.

Second is the pearl. Chandrama (Moon), with two (2) shapes byaj and tarika, represents this gem. Chandramani and pearl have similar properties. If viewed minutely, then they are different. Chandramani is a stone and pearl is classified as a gem. If the pearls are expensive, then the stone Chandramani can be used as a cheaper alternative. This, set in silver ring, is also worn in the ring finger. Vaidya hamik (doctors) use the bhasm (oxidised or ashes) of pearl as medicine but never use the Chandramani. Pearl provides tranquility and peace of mind. Those who are running an adverse period of Chandrama (Moon) shoudl wear this gem.

Third is the Munga (red coral), represented by Mangal (Mars). Mangal (Mars) is represented by two (2) shapes; first is Humara and second is Niki. This gem is produced in the sea by a sea creature. Scientists know this as Isys Noubles. Munga (red coral) is basically composed of calcium. Munga (red coral) is red in colour. It is beneficial in skin diseases, blood problems, muscles weakness, and chronic cold. Munga (red coral) should also be worn in the ring finger by using a ring made of gold or copper. According to the Ramal (Arabi) Jytoish, those who are adversely effected by Mangal (Mars) should definitely wear this gem, to achieve benefit and peace. This produces effect before and after marriage as well. The gem should be “energised” by the proper, prescribed methods on a Tuesday. Benefits and peace is achieved by wearing this gem according to the prescribed methods of Ramal (Arabi) Jyotish.

Fourth gem is Panna (Emerald, in sanskrit – marakat), representing Buddha (Mercury). Ramal Jyotish allocates two (2) shapes to this planet, namely Jamat and Ijjatama. Panna (emarald) is composed of four elesments namely oxygen, barrilium, aluminium and silica. Buddha (Mercury) is trade and business oriented planet. Wearing or using this gem provides financial profits, prosperity and peace. Panna (emerald) also provides relief from diseases like hernia, lung disorders, asthma, epilepsy, mental disorders and digestive problems. Panna (Emerald) is of green colour and is translucent. This gem should be set in gold ring and worn on the little finger according to the Ramal shastra on a Wednesday.

Fifth gem is Pukharaj. This represents the planet Guru (Jupiter) i.e. Brihaspati. The planet Guru has two shapes in the Ramal Jyotish shastra. The first shape is Lahiyan and the second is Nustul dhakhil. Both of these shapes are beneficial. This gem is translucent and is available in three colours white, pinkish yellow and light yellow.

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If stung by a poisonous insect, then rubbing Pukharaj on the wound gradually reduces the poison. This gem is composed of Florina nd Aluminium. Moister with granite and premnite rocks produces Pukharaj gem. Wearing this gem provides benefit in cases of jaundice, lever, spleen and nervous disorders. It should be worn according to the Ramal jyotish by those who have unfavourable Guru. This gem should be set in a gold ring and be worn on the little finger. This gem is also used when desiring an early marriage and also for making the married life sweet. Also used in improving spiritual studies, prosperity, gains and peace. The gem should be made “alive” according to the principles laid down; and worn on a Thursday according to the set procedures of Ramal Jyotish. If worn during the Guru-Pushya yoga, then it produces the best results and provides most satisfaction in the desired actions.

The sixth gem is Hira (Diamond). This is represented by the planet Venus. This planet also has two shapes :- Farah and Atave Dakhil shapes. This gem, Hira (Diamond) is found in Rhodesia, Brazil, Belgium and Bharat (India). There are three type’s viz. Masculine Diamond, feminine diamond and neuter diamond. The masculine diamond is light and shiny. A diamond which is flat in shape is known as feminine. The last one, small heavy, round and deprived of shine, is the neuter diamond. It is white and shiny. This gem is used for progeny by those desiring children. According to the Ramal principles, this gem is worn on a Friday.

The seventh gem is Neelam. This is represented by planet Shani (Saturn). According to the Ramal Jyotish, this planet has two shapes; first Ukla and the second is Ankish. This gem is blue or light blue in colour. The real Neelam gem is light blue and transparent. Ordinary gem should only show a blue streak when turned in light. A gem with spot should not be used as a remedy according to the Ramal Jyotish. A spotty Neelam can cause adverse reactions such as cause court cases, strife, wrongful blame, mental distress etc. This gem is beneficial in skeletal joint pains and disorders produced by Vayu imbalance. According to the Ramal Jyotish, those who have adverse Saturn should wear this gem set in a ring on the middle finger. The best day for this purpose is a Saturday. The ring should be made if silver or five metal alloy.

The eighth gem is Gomed. This is represented by planet Rahu. This planet has only one shapes i.e. Kabjul Kharij. This gem is found in two colours: – one is the colour of the cow urine and the other is a golden. This found in the ocean bottom, formed by the rocks/chemicals dissolved by water and later set as gem. The gem found in Sri Lanka, known as Ceylon, is considered to be the best. By wearing this gem, one gets benefits in disorders of the skin and epilepsy. It is also beneficial in reliving mental stress.

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This gem should be worn on a Saturday according to the Ramal Jyotish procedures, on the middle finger.

The ninth gem is Lahasunia represented by planet Ketu. This planet has the shape of Atave Kharij. This gem is known as Vidatyaksh in Sanskrit and in English, it is called the Cat’s eye. This gem resembles the eye of a cat, in colour and marking. The real gem has a whitish ting of colour. According to the Ramal Jyotish, the gem should be worn on a Saturday in middle finger.

By the Ramal Jyotish shastra, the gems provide the stated benefits. But when a certain subject is suffering from an adverse planet, then the benefit is much greater. The state of planets can be determined by Ramal calculations. Such Ramal calculations also determine the proper size/weight of the gem required for a subject. The proper method according to the Ramal Jytoish should be followed at all times. If a subject is unable to use a gem, then one may use a Ramal Yantra. This shall provide the desired benefit and peace; such is the opinion of the Ramal Jyotish experts.

Dr. Narendra Kumar ‘Bhaiya’
Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) Shodh Sansathan
3, Mahal Khas, Qilla, Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone (05644) 22 3216
Mobile 94142 – 68172

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Ramal Jyotish tell of the Powerful Rahu (North node) – even Sun fades in comparison.

Every one is familiar with the nine planets by the Ramal Jyotish. A person has two parts namely the head and the body. The head part is called Rahu and the body is known as the Ketu. Both of these were born at the same time. They consider Surya and Chandrama (Sun and the Moon) as enemy. That is the reason for eclipses. In Ramal, the heavenly bodies are not considered, but the north and the south of the Earth is taken as the shadow of these planets. These two planets, separated by 6 Rashis or 180 degrees, move in the retrograde direction and they take a minimum of 18 years in one Rashi. These have not been allocated any place for them nor do they own any of the Rashis. Still the Ramal Jyotish experts opine that they have full control over the Kanya rashi (sign of Virgo). Virgo has the shape of Jamat which does not have point. This indicates that it is not an alert state but a ‘dead’ one. This is a night-time shape. They are exalted in the Vrishabh Rashi (sign of Taurus). Taurus has the shape of Atve Dakhil. This is a beneficial shape which keeps a “rich” shape. This is an “olive” shape and is a benefactor. Some scholar’s believe that it is exalted up to 15 degrees in the sign of Gemini. Cancer and Aquarius are the signs of ‘Mool-Trikon’.

Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) places the planets Rahu (North node), Mercury, Venus and Saturn planets as mutual friends. The Sun and the Moon and Mars planets as strong enemies; while Jupiter is considered even (neither friend nor foe).

According to the Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) shastra, a shape pattern, known as “Jayacha” or “Prastar”, is prepared by tossing the Ramal dices (‘Kura’ in Arabic) in the presence of the Ramalacharya (the Ramal expert). If it is not possible to come to the Ramalacharya, then a research-based questionnaire can be used to the same effect. This shape pattern is used to determine the position of various planets including Rahu (North node) and his aspects. For determining future predictions and guidance, Ramal does not need the birth date and time details. The ‘Jayacha’, produced by the dice tossing or answering the questionnaire, is sufficient to provide a complete and comprehensive solution.

Rahu (North node) is considered to be very powerful and influential. In the signs of Taurus and Libra, it is even more powerful and is considered to be ‘Yogakarak’. In the constellation of ‘Swami’ and ‘Shatbhisha’, Rahu (North node) is beneficial. In the 10th house of the ‘Jayacha’, it is considered srtonger. In the Ramal and the ancient Bharatiya jyotish, only 7 (seven) planets are taken into account. Rahu and Ketu have not been given ownership of any Rashis. Later, many jyotishis, after study and research, found that both Rahu and Ketu are deleterious and harmful. In Ramal shapes, they have day-time shapes. Rahu (North node) controls the feet.

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The sinful and wrong deeds, mental worries, ill-fate, beggarly destitute, drug/alcohol addiction, state of agony etc. are considered by poison and aspects of Rahu. This process is termed as the “tormenting agony” of the Kaal-purush (the primordial being). In Ramal, the 12th house and the house occupied by Rahu, his benefic and melefic aspects, associations with other planets, have various different effects and this is briefly described below.

The ‘Jayacha’ (Prastar) of the Ramal Jyotish, is also divided into houses. Rahu in the first house indicates mental disorders, nature of progeny and poor Karma. Rahu in the second house makes one healthy, intelligent and generous. In the fourth house, it makes one clever and cruel. Here, it induces sadness but makes the subject satisfied in all aspects of life. The fifth house Rahu indicates disorders of the stomach. In the sixth house, this induces back pain. Rahu in the seventh house makes one’s married life a misery to the end and deprives of real love. Physical and mental health also suffers. Rahu in the eighth house makes the subject suffer from secret illnesses and also causes diseases of the stomach. Ninth house Rahu causes disorders of the Vayu (air) imbalance. A subject with Rahu in the eleventh house has few children and in the twelfth house, the subject becomes spend-thrift, worrisome, unintelligent and filled with carnal desires.

Those people, who have been suffering from a continuous stream of ill-fate and sufferings, should wear the gem Gomed in a ring and/or the Ramal Yantra. This should be done in accordance with the prescribed methods of Ramal Jyotish. Donations, meditations and Jap-chanting should also be considered.

Ramal (Arabi jyotish) and Bharatiya jyotish only accounts for seven planets. The Sun is designated as the king of the planets. Rahu planet is not counted as a real planet anywhere. However, during the eclipse, he swallows the Sun. Therefore, these planets are very strong and powerful and even the king of the planets, the Sun, fades in front of Rahu.

 

Dr. Narendra Kumar ‘Bhaiya’
Ramal (Arabi Jyotish) Shodh Sansathan
3, Mahal Khas, Qilla, Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
Phone (05644) 22 3216
Mobile 94142 – 68172