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Impressions of Gandhi ? You might well ask for someone’s impressions of the Himalayas. George Bernard Shaw

Mahatma Gandhiji’s life is well documented yet the information available about his sons is scanty. Let some known events be traced through Chara Dasha.

Chara Dasha
02-10-1869, Scorpio 02-10-1881, Sagittarius 01-10-1892, Capricorn 01-10-1896, Aquarius 02-10-1898, Pisces 03-10-1905, Aries 02-10-1916, Taurus 03-10-1922, Gemini 03-10-1927, Cancer 03-10-1931, Leo 03-10-1943, Virgo 02-10-1954

Tula dasha (1869 to 1881) was spent in primary education but those being days of child marriages, talk of his marriage also began in this period as Darakaraka, Mercury is in the lagna, Tula,  upapada is in Vrischika  and DKN is aspecting Vriscika.Vrischik period was to begin at the age of thirteen next.

Vrischika (1881 to 1892) He was married in this period at the age of thirteen (date of marriage is not known) as both DKN and Upapada are here. Upapada being the pada of the twelfth lord, he went to London for studies and studied law as is clear as the PK Saturn is aspected by Jupiter, the planet of law. In the dasha of Vrischika aspected by dharma guru Jupiter and AK from the ninth house, he discovered in England the richness of the Indian scriptures and from them on made the Bhagvat Gita as the source of his greatest inspiration in life. He studied all religions but the presence of Rahu in the ninth house with his AK had adverse influence and “He returned from England in 1891 very much a “brown sahib.”

It being a rashi which contained his PK he also became the father of four sons whose dates of birth with dasha can be seen here.

Father’s death
The family faced severe economic problems after Karamchand’s death in 1885. It was  Vrischika Karka period. Karka has Atmakaraka which is period of changes and troubles and has GK Sun also the natural significator for father aspecting the ninth house from here.

Hiralal Gandhi-1888 Vrischik  has PK Saturn and is aspected by PK, natural putrakaraka, Jupiter. In the antardasha of Mesha which has has the aspect of PK Mahatma’s first son was born.

Manilal Gandhi- 1892  In Dhanu from where the fifth house is aspected by PK and in the antaradasha of Vrischika has PK, his second son was born

Ramdas Gandhi -1898 In Makara and antaradasha of Mesha which has the aspect of PK his third son was born. Makara is aspected by PK.

Devadas Gandhi- 1900 in Kumbha-Vrisha or Mithuna his last son was born. In Saptamsha, Mithuna is aspected by PK. Dhanu period 1892 to 1896) From Dhanu Amatyakaraka is  aspecting the twelfth house along with Atmakaraka and Rahu. But he had struggled for a career as the Amatyakaraka is in the sixth house from Vrischika.

Soon the dasha was to change. The aspect of Rahu brought help from the Muslim friends who had South African connections. From Dhanu there is Gnathikaraka, Sun in the tenth house and Gandhiji’s struggles with racist Englishmen who had thrown him out of a first class railway compartment became history and the great turning point of his career including his imprisonments in South Africa. From Dhanu, the third house of struggles and valour, receives the aspects of so many karakas, AK.Amk,BK,MK and DK. This led to satyagraha as his weapon of fight against the white men, first in South Africa and later inIndia.

Makar Period (1896 to 1898) The struggles continued in this period with Gnathikaraka,Sun, aspecting the third house from here, Meena.

Kumbha (1898 to 1905)   His struggles, writings, imprisonments caught wide international attention. The tenth house receives the aspect of AK and Amk and the Gandhiji the world came to know was now a formidable personality. This was a period of intense introspection with so many karakas aspecting it.The somnolent yogi in him was rising to assert and the young Mohandas who had eaten non vegetarian food, stolen cigarette stubs, stolen money was full of remorse. The close degrees of Mars and Venus in his lagna without the admonishing presence of GK had let to uncontrolled sexual passion in his early youth. The fifth house of pratyahara was now blossoming transforming the “sinning” Mohandas into a Mahatma.

Meena period from 1905 to 1916 With Jupiter the planet of dharma and Amatyakaraka and Atmakaraka Moon both aspecting the ninth house he took Brahmacharya and had no sex and also began to emerge on the national scene as the successor to the great leaders preceding him, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal, C.R.Das and Gopal Krishna Gokhale.

He was becoming India’s political dharma guru and got world fame with satya and ahimsa as the weapons of struggle in the fight for India’s freedom. Towards the end of this dasha he decided to come back to India and fight for freedom with his satyagraha and ahimsa his two famous weapons and bamboozle western people for whom he had now developed an attitude which is expressed thus: Mahatma Gandhi was once asked what he thought of the Western civilization. He said he 'thought it was a good idea'. Meena is a moksha rashi and its dasha shaped Mohandas Karamchanda into the Mahatma the world knows of.

Mesha (1916 to 1922)
This rashi contains his Amatyakaraka and Gandhiji had become an  amatya among Indian politicians in the truest sense of the term. “Gandhiji and Kasturba arrived in India and were given a welcome they had not anticipated. Gandhiji was not aware that his reputation had preceded him. He became a national leader on arrival. Gopalkrishna Gokhale, Gandhiji’s political mentor in India, advised Gandhiji to spend a year traveling around India learning about the problems and making contact with the people. After his travels, he started an ashram at Bochraj in Gujarat and later was induced to visit Champaran in Bihar.

The emissary of the poor and exploited peasants of Champaran was so persistent that Gandhiji could not refuse him. When Gandhiji went there and saw the conditions, he was shocked beyond belief and launched a legal campaign that forced the British farmers to abandon their exploitation and give relief to the peasants. It was his first significant and major victory in India achieved through non-violence. This incidence catapulted Gandhiji to the national scene. (From the internet)

Vrisha (1922 to 1927) See how many Karakas including AK and Amk are aspecting the tenth house from here. Mahatma Gandhi had become so powerful a mass leader that Louis Fisher an American journalist had written in his  Inside Asia  that the  British rulers were not realising that Mahatma Gandhi had become so powerful that he had only to shake a finger for the British Indian empire to collapse.

Mithuna (1927 to 1931) Mahatma Gandhi has moulded out of common clay so many leaders and had become an unchallenged leader of leaders but Gnathikaraka aspecting the tenth house from here created from this period onwards so many opponents openly in Mohd Ali Jinnah and his Muslim League and turncoats like Mohd Iqbal the song writer whose  Sare Jahan se accha Hindustan Hamara is a national song. Iqbal had now become a proponent of Pakistan.

Karka (1931 to 1943)
The rashi dasha which contains Atmarakara is a period of intense tribulations, challenges, rise and fall, glory and failure and all that is recent history with the divison of the country becoming inevitable. Notable here among so many great events is the year 1942 Quit India Movement started on 9 August. In Karka Simha with Rahu, Mars, Venus, Moon, Mercury aspecting the tenth house, the struggle for freedom of India was at its peak, leaders in jail and the British army was getting annihilated by Hitler’s armies led by the brilliant general Rommel.

Simha (1943 to 1954) Notice Darakaraka from Tula and DKN from Makara
aspecting this house.  Kasturba Gandhi died on 22 February 1944 in the mahadasha of Simha which is aspected both by DK Mercury and DKN in Makara.

India was partitioned in the antardasha of
Makara with so many karakas including Mars in the tenth house from here accompanied by worst communal riots between Hindus and Muslims and the greatest mass migration in human history.

And worst of all in Simha which is aspected
both by DK and DKN, antardasha of Makara which has DKN and the pratyantara dasha of Mesha which has DK in the seventh house, the Father of the Nation was shot dead.

I was a teenager then, and when the news
reached us my father fainted. We fasted that night, weeping. I saw him, served him a volunteer in Sewagram where my father covered his tours as a journalist for twenty two newspapers of the world. The light had gone out--that light which had shone on the nation with a spiritual effulgence which can rarely be believed my modern generation of Indians.
Let me end this piece by quoting Albert Einstein.

Generation to come , it may be, will scarce believe that such one as this ever in flesh and blood, walked upon this earth.

Palavras-chave: KN Rao, Journal of Astrology, Jaimini Chara Dasha, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jyotish, Astrology

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