dasha sandhi demystified...
Excellent,sir. Here I would like to present my view on dasha sandhi or chidra for the purpose of further research in this area that has been a puzzle to many astrologers.
Based on my experiences,
If a preceding mahadasha is bad or the last 2-3 years of any mahadasha is bad, then the results will be bad in the sva or own bhukti of next mahadasha, even if the coming mahadasha is favourable. The postive results of new mahadasha will take off when the antardashas of different planets begin.
Example - if Rahu mahadasha has been bad for the last 2- 3 years, then the tendencies of Rahu will prevail in Jup/Jup periods. The changes will be there but very slowly and when Lord Saturn Antardasha begins, the positive effects of Jupiter will also begin.
Now suppose that preceding mahadasha has been very good but the coming new mahadasha will be bad, due to bad placement in charts, then in the sva or own antardasha of the new mahadasha, the result will be good similar to preceding mahadasha. The new mahadasha will start giving bad results after the sva or own antrdasha is over.
Suppose that Saturn mahadasha has been good and even the last part of Jupiter antardasha is also good, then the good results will continue in the beginning of Mercury mahadasha and own antardasha. If Mercury is badly placed, then after the mercury own antardasha is over, negative effects of Mercury will be felt most part of the mahadasha Like Roger Federer. His success conitnued even in Merucry mahadasha in own antardasha.
Hope this further clarifies the topic of chidra.