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Nijamudeen3, W. Hence, a better understanding of growth responses of crops to changes in climate is imperative. This research was aimed to reveal responses of Sri Lankan grown Sesame varieties: Uma, Malee, Idal, Pokuru, Kalu thala and its wild relatives to reduce water availability during their growth and reproductive stages.
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Grace Inglis book on retrograde planets Ch 6 is also a very useful resource on the subject. Are there any exceptions to the rule, or factors that will modify the effect on a planet within its orb of combustion in a chart? What happens to the strength of an exaltation planet when it is debilitated in Navamsa and vica versa debilitated planet exalted in Navamsa? What happens when a planet is debilitated but vargotomma? What other combinations, apart from lordship, constitute a vipreet raja yoga?
Note Uttara Kalamrita states that, "a planet in conjunction with an exalted planet gets half rupa but in conjunction with a debilitated planet he gets zero rupa. A planet in conjunction with a malefic who is a friend or with a benefic who is an enemy gets half rupa". In terms of " doshas" in general, such as kendra pati dosha for Jupiter or Kuja dosha, how do they apply and how are they modified in a chart eg.
For overall yogas of charts, what factors outweigh each other eg. For example, for the following point 5. Are Rasi aspects used in a Rasi chart interpretation? Are Planetary aspects used in divisionals? Do Rasi aspects vary depending on a relationship of houses ie. Is argala to be treated like an aspect? What is the difference between a bhadaka planet and papa argala in causing obstructions and what are their remedials? How do secondary argalars work? Are there exceptions to the rule?
What happens when a planet causing argala is stronger or having a more advanced longitude in the sign than the one obstructing it Virodhargala and vica versa? NOTE: that both Argala and ashtakvarga appear like complex aspects revealing the planets relative position to each other. Along with bhavat bhavam sign lord position from the planet can reveal a lot about a planet. What are the difference house systems that are used in Vedic astrology ie.
Sri Pati equal house division and Western astrology? How do planets in a different bhava to its position in a sign manifest in the chart? What is the outcome of a Raja yoga when a planet is in a different bhava despite forming the yoga in a sign? In terms of house lordship of two houses ie. How do we interpret and prioritise arudha Maya positions from the houses and planets vs the inanimate houses themselves? How does one interpret the subtle factors of arudha eg. What are the other lagnas and how do we use them? Should they be interpreted completely separately from each other using their different karakas and aspects, or can they be integrated in chart interpretation?
What factors take prevalence in divisional chart reading? Relevant rasi lords and karakas into divisional VS the divisional itself VS divisional lords into rasi charts? Do we read a divisional in the same way we read the rasi, with application of lordship, argala, bhadaka etc..? D24 4x6 and 4th, 9th 6 away from 4th , 2nd and 7th houses?
How does one differentiate and prioritise between rasi lordhsip, parasara vs jaimini karakas, houses and Arudha in divisionals? If three are more than 4 planets in a sign how is it used? When and for what particular factors are other dasa systems used? How are Nakshatras to be applied to chart lordhsip and how do they apply to stellar dasa systems like Vimsottari?
How important are Nakshatras to transits analysis? Vedha, Latta, Nakshatra Anga Phal etc. How do arudha house positions apply in predictions? Lahiri, Raman, Surya Siddhanta etc. How much do planetary positions change at deeper divisional varga charts by the degree differences between the various ayanamsas? What is the difference between Sidereal astrology above and Western Tropical astrology? Note the various calculations between schools ie. I suggest students to identify the above factors by number and state for themselves the rationale behind your answers ie.