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Amit Bhat
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Hi @ernst

Have you covered pitru dosha in any video? 

If not, can you please confirm the combinations that form this dosha?

Thank you 

 

 

 

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Ernst Wilhelm
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I am not sure what you mean by pitru dosha exactly? 

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Amit Bhat
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@ernst 

Pitru means father or ancestral lineage. So in Indian astrology, it is normally said like the bad ancestral karma affecting a person's life.  Like for forefather's, people in India do special poojas. There is a pitra paksha too in which people fast to give their prayers for their forefather's who are no more.

In trambakeshwar, which is a jyotirlinga, rites are done for forefathers to help them in their onward journey who are stuck for some reason on lower planes as they couldn't get last rites done properly.

I wanted to know what the combinations create this dosha indicating they have unhappy forefather's awaiting the help for release.

 

 

 

 

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Yogesh Lohra
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@amit in the  absence of yogas  I would recommend to analysis 12th House  in D12 which represents your ancestral karma playing on you which could be dosha which means  if 12th house factors are afflicted  (how good or bad they are in d12)  ) any affliction to  12th cusp  along with Ketu affliction will indicate that we have some ancestral  debt which needs to be paid off  and on top of that incase if we have D12 yogas mentioned somewhere they will add to the story (not sure if they exists) just like we have for Hora chart , also see connection of Ra and Ke in D12 with D1 the environment the person born may also indicate some clues how those dosha will affect the path of the person (environments basically) 

Also I will have a look at BPHS as well if they have specially mentioned such afflictions and come back to you 

@ernst does it make sense to you ? 

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Amit Bhat
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@yogesh 

D12 is good to look into but if the yoga is there it will set up the person for a theme in d1 and specific remedy exists at least easily for Indians. 

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Ok, great, i was not sure if you meant that or if you meant something in the chart that indicated trouble to the father. I have not covered those yogas, nor have I collected all the yogas from the classics on that topic. Its not a hard thing to learn, just takes some time to collect yogas. After you collect them, its always important to test them and see which ones seem to pan out. If you collect them I would be happy to include them in kala yoga search. 

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Amit Bhat
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Okay @ernst, which author & books you recommend where we can find these curse type yogas.

Thank you 

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Ernst Wilhelm
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search through all the classics you can get your hands on, they are spread here and there. 

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Amit Bhat
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@ernst 

Okay Ernst 

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