Dwadasamsa Chart or D12 Chart Calculator
Dwadasamsa chart or D12 Chart gives a magnified picture of 8th house of the D1 chart. This holds information on native’s lineage, parents and grandparents. It is analyzed alongside D3, D7, D9 charts to understand the familial dynamics of a native. This chart is also referred as “Suryamsa”. D12 chart by Sage Parashara and Jaimini’s sastras are widely used in Vedic astrology predictions.
Given below Dwadasamsa D12 Chart for the following input:
The table below shows the dwadasamsa chart or D12 Chart planetary position at the date, time, and place of birth as entered in the input form.
Positions (Full Degress)
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Dwadasamsa chart Calculation
In D12 chart, each sign is divided into 12 parts of 2°30´. Each unit is called Dwadasamsa; Dwadasa -12, amsa- unit. There are about 144units for all 12 signs.
1 Dwadasamsa= 30° /12- 2°30´.
The planet’s longitude is noted accurately and the Dwadasamsa unit is mapped. D12 chart is created by positioning the planets based on the amsa. The chart counting will start from the same sign where the planet is placed in D1chart.
Example: Lagna is in Scorpio at 7°, Jupiter in Taurus at 28°47’ and Sun is in Pisces at 21°14’. In D12 chart,
Lagna is in the 3rd amsa, so lagna is placed in Capricorn (3rd sign from Scorpio)
Jupiter is in 12th amsa, it is placed in Aries(12th sign from Taurus)
Sun is in 9th amsa, so it is placed in Scorpio (9th sign from Pisces)
Purpose of the D12 Dwadasamsa Chart
Common interpretation on Dwadasamsa D12 Chart
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Actions in Society, Profession
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Education, Learning and Knowledge (Academic Achievements)
Strengths and Weakness
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