Although Vedic astrology is viewed as one whole universe of knowledge, modern Indians divide it into different systems to enable its study. One such system is the nāḍi system which employs the rāśi chart primarily and some divisional charts as well (advanced nāḍi). Some astrologers claim that “Rāśi Chart: In Nāḍi System, Rashi Chart is used. No divisional chart is used except Navāṁśa Chart in Advanced Nāḍi System.” … Incorrect Opinionas in this course you will learn that drekkāṇa and trimśāṁśa (D30) chart have been specifically referred to in addition to the nāḍi navāṁśa which is used in addition to the regular (Parāśara navāṁśa)There are a number of other interesting facets to Nāḍi astrology which we plan to examine in due course at SoHamsa.in. Consider some of these
Horary Chart: At the time of consultation, Horary Chart called Praśna is prepared. For example, almost all nāḍi system time the exact circumstances and age when a native is going to consult the nāḍi astrologer. There is a progression in this.
Chakra Daśā: This is the standard progression of the nāḍi astrology where each sign gives a period of 12 years, which is the period of revolution of Jupiter (11.86 years rounded off) around the zodiac. Then each zodiac sign has one sub-period of 1 year in every daśā.
House System: There are no House Systems like Placidus or Sripati etc. Every sign is the house in itself. And the boundaries of signs are house boundaries.
Yoga: Planets in same direction forms Yoga… study saṁyoga (PJC).
Karaka: Each aspect of life is considered from planets who are the significators and the final authority in terms of the good and evil due to the bhāva. Significations of planets as well as signs are used in delineation of the Nāḍi chart.