dikbala (directional strength)
Shad-bala (the six weights)
retrograde = vakri
bal - ances, val-ues
Chesta-bala cf. English: gesture
Vocabulary for BALA weight
Var sha = year , astrological year
Maa sa = mo nth
Di na = day , weekday
Hor a = planetary hour
Rupa = unit containing value (rupee), material form, phenomenon
Vir upa = var iety of forms; manifoldness; different in form but the same in meaning [also, varga]
sthāna= sta nding, position
Dik= direction (early Skt = diz; later langs = dik, dig)
Kaal a = cal culation, enumeration, Time
Cest a= chest, accumulation, gathering
(Sapta) Varga ja =
Ojha yug ma
Pak sha = half , side, wing, fin
bal a= val ue
Sanskrit Vocabulary BALA from Koeln Sanskrit Lexicon - www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de
an elder brother of Krishna (also called Bala-deva, Balabhadra, Bala-rama &c.) "
| QUOTATION from 300 Combinations 1912-1998 Jyotiṣika
B. V. Raman
" According to the dictum Kendra-Thatibalassuhuhu , planets disposed in kendra add great strength to the horoscope.
The four angles in a horoscope are like the four walls of a building."
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