Pancha Pakshi (5 bird) Shastra Method of Prediction
Pancha-Pakshi Shastra is based on ancient literature in Tamil language. Pancha means five and Pakshi means Bird. The Pancha-Pakshi system has some resemblance to the Pancha-Bhuta (Five elements) system of Vedic Astrology. It is believed that the Five Elements represented by five birds, influence and control all the actions of human beings. These five birds take their turns in a special sequence and radiate their powers during day and night.
The power that takes effect first on a day or night and the sequence that follows depends on the day of the week and the Paksha (waxing half or waning half cycles) of the Moon.
One of the five birds is assigned to every human being as the controlling power based on the Birth Star of the person and the Paksha of the Moon at the time of birth. The activity of this Main Bird at a given point of time and the activity of the Sub-Bird at that time and the relationship between them indicates whether the time will be beneficial and lucky for the person or not. Pacha-Pakshi Shasta is very popular in south India especially Tamil Nadu. It helps selection of auspicious time and also for answering queries (Prasna)
The five birds in the Pancha-Pakshi Shastra are:
These birds engage in any one of the following five activities at any given time:
The birds are considered most powerful when they rule and least powerful when they die.
To find out your Birth Pakshi (Nakshatra Pakshi) you have to know your birth star according to Vedic Astrology and the Paksha of the Moon at the time of your birth. The half of the Lunar Cycle when the Moon increases in size and reaches the Full Moon (Pournami) is called Sukla-Paksha and the other half of the cycle when the size decreases until the New Moon is called the Krishna-Paksha. Birth Stars are based on the longitude of Moon and are 27 in number from Aswini to Revati. Once you know the Birth Star (Nakshatra) and the Paksha you can find your Nakshatra Pakshi (Bird) from the following chart
The five birds rule certain days of the week and the days when your bird rules are considered good for you. Also, the days on which your bird is least powerful (death days) will be least useful for you. It is best not to undertake important tasks or take decisions on such days. The ruling days and death days also depend on the Paksha of the day you are considering for an activity. While death days of a bird are same for day as well as night, the ruling days are different for day and night.
The chart showing the ruling and death days are given below:
During Sukla-Paksa(between fullmoon day and newmoon day)
The Pancha-Pakshi Shastra is not to be confused with ‘Pakshi Shastra‘ practiced by nomads in India where they use a parrot to pick a card from a deck to predict the future.
Pancha Pakshi Shastra is one of the most famous methods of Astrology in Tamil Nadu. It consolidates the characteristics of various other methods of Astrology. In this method, astrological calculations are not used to make predictions. There are five main birds:- Vulture, Owl, Crow, Rooster and Peacock which are used to make predictions.
I have been using this Method of Predictions on the birth chart and the Prashna chart and found amazing good results
Jyotish Acharaya anil aggarwala 25th May 2016 20-10 PM New Delhi
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