Theme Charts for Planets and Houses
Note: Each planet and house is representative of certain people, events and conditions, and therefore is considered to be the 'significator' of the specific condition, person, or event it represents. The significator is also called the Karaka, and the corresponding representations are known as the Karakatwas. Many significations are 'common karakas' - meaning they are common representations in a variety of Systems of Astrology. Any given signification listed below cannot be considered to be either the only significator or representation - nor - on the other hand - can these significations be considered to be the sole property of any particular System or Methodology - irrespective of what System/Methodology of Astrology one practices, as many systems share 'common significators'. Accordingly, there are other Systems and Methodologies that are analyzed relative to Houses and Primary and Linked Cusps, and further delineated by Star, Sub, and Sub Sub Lords. These delineations are very 'chart specific' and require much more in depth study due to the variances in Primary and Linked or Supporting Cusps, so along with consideration for the natural significations, charts are delineated according to Star, Sub, and Sub Sub Lord functionality resulting in significations that will inevitably vary from those listed below. Keeping all of the above mentioned considerations in mind, please find (below) the Theme Charts (significations) for Planets and Houses as practiced in System's Approach for Interpreting Horoscopes, and as developed by V K Choudhry. For more detailed information on Significations, please reference the following: Vedic Workshop, KP Stellar Astrology, KP Order of Significators, MaHaBote, and the KCIL work of S P Khullar.