Scientists and Philosophers
flag of Bangladesh
professor of economics
originator of concept of *microcredit*
founder of microloan-granting Grameen Bank in Bangladesh
worker in government policy and planning
winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize
born three months before
born 6 months before
Muhammad Yunus at the 2012 World Economic Forum
"Banker to the Poor" * Microcredit Economics
Microcredit developer, banker, professor of economics * 1940- * Professor Muhammad Yunus
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_Yunus * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts, graphs, and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
Pushya * Sidhya
For Pushya nativities, the condition of Professor Shani considerably affects the outcome.
Elder persons, old rules, rigid structures, and hierarchical officials may be especially influential.
Guidance from Asellus
"An earnest, thoughtful character,
intelligent and quite religious in his outlook.
Withal, he is possessed of the qualities which make for success in the material world,
and has the ability to rise in position
He will fill a position of executive requirements
Biographical details matched to the Vimshottari Dasha
Shani Mahadasha * age birth until 1 month
28-June-1940 fleshbirth * Shani-Guru period
Budha Mahadasha * age 1 month until age 17
Ketu Mahadasha * age 17.1 until age 24.1
1961 earned MA economics Chittagong University (Bangladesh) * Ketu-Rahu period * Rahu produces effect of Budha-diploma
Zukra Mahadasha * age 24.1 until age 44.1
1965 receives Fulbright scholarship for doctoral study at Vanderbilt University in USA * Zukra-Zukra swabhukti * Zukra rules 11-awards
1969-1972 - assistant professor, Middle Tennessee State U. * begin Zukra-Chandra * lagnesha-Chandra-9 university
1971 earned PhD in economics, Vanderbilt University (Tennessee, USA) age 31 * Zukra-Rahu period * Rahu-3 writing
Mar-1977 - child-1 (did not have contact with child-1 from 1979 until 2004) * Zukra-Guru period
1977 Grameen Bank is formed and the first microloans are disbursed * Zukra-Shani * Shani occupies 10, rules 10th-from-10th institutions * Shani atmakaraka
July-1977 wife and child leave Dhaka and permanently return to USA * Zukra-Shani * Shani rules 8-sudden identity change
1979 divorce-1 * Zukra-Shani * Shani rules 8 = 2nd-from-7
Apr-1980 marriage-2, to university physics instructor * Zukra-Shani
1982 decease of Mother Sufia Khatun * Zukra-Budha period * Budha matrimakara rules 7th-from-Chandra
Surya Mahadasha * age 44.1 until age 50.1
24-Jan-1986 - child-2 * Surya-Rahu period
1986-2006 - dozens of global achievement prizes and international recognition
Chandra Mahadasha * age 50.1 until age 60.1
Mangala Mahadasha * age 60.1 until age 67.1
2006 Nobel Peace Prize (shared with Grameen Bank) * Mangala-Surya period * Surya rules 10th navamsha
Rahu Mahadasha * age 67.1 until age 85.1
2010-2011 period of backlash including accusations of embezzlement and other wrongdoings
Guru Mahadasha * age 85.1 until age 101.1
Distinctive features of the Nativity
Mhd Yunus' father Haji Dula Mia Shoudagar was a jeweler by trade
mentally dispersed mother = Chandra-yuti-Ketu
worldwide academic influence due to lagnesha Chandra-9
Zukra * kalatra-karaka * svadhu-karaka
Shani drishti to (1) Zukra bandhupathi and (2) bhava-4. Banker to the Poor 1940- microcredit Muhammad Yunus * designed the system for addressing the plight of those ravaged by poverty that provides micro-credit loans to the poorest agricultural women, enabling their prosperity while they remain in the bondage to the land.
Zukra-12 rules childhood home. Yunus grew surrounded by the deep poverty and pervasive violence of Bangladesh, but autobiographically he recalls a pleasant childhood filled with books. His mother was emotionally disordered Chandra-yuti-Ketu however the ruler of 4 in 12 is not harmful and the fact that he achieved a PhD also attests to the stability of the homelife.
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
Shani in Bharani nakshatra suggests a heavy obligation to work with mani-money
Banker to the Poor 1940- microcredit Muhammad Yunus * * nichha Shani-10 rules contracts-7 and revolutionary transformation-8. Professor Yunus created a type of contract which catered to the extremely poor and destitute subsistence farmers (nichha-Shani bottom ranks) in his notoriously corrupt (nichha-Shani) homeland of Bangladesh. As a professor of economics, he understood the economic system (Shani rules 11th from 10) built on racism and bloodlines. His methods used extremely small amounts of capital (Shani) to build agricultural wealth very, very slowly (Shani). Also Shani drishti upon Zukra vriddhipathi.
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
Banker to the Poor 1940- microcredit Muhammad Yunus created loan contracts for microloans. The contracts were negotiated between the poorest of the poor agricultural women (often a group of such women) and the lending bank. Not only had this category of person (impoverished women, acting independently of their husbands) never been seen as eligible to enter a legal contract; also the contracts could be made between the bank and a collective group. Other features of the women's status, such as their subservience to their husbands per religious law, remained in effect. However for the purpose of this single loan contract, they were elevated to the status of legal promissory signatories. Lacking literacy, they made an alternative sign (alternative Rahu-produces effects of Budha signs).
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
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