'Paapyakshama' means, an evil disease or consumption or a diseased spot, breaking up of strength, infirmity, variegated ginger, etc. Rajayakshama generally means suffering from consumption or consumptive disease. This square is related to disease, drug addiction, feeling of loneliness and fault-finding nature. Samaranganasutradhara identifies Paapyakshama as 'Kshaya'. Kshaya has also been called Kshaya-roga, Ati-roga and Roga-raaj.
Rājayakṣmā (राजयक्ष्मा, “consumption”) is produced by tridoṣa vitiated by suppression of urges, loss of dhātus, excessive exertion and irregular diet. In this vāta produces hoarseness of voice, contraction and pain in chest and shoulder; pitta gives rise to burning sensation, fever, diarrhoea and haemorrhage and kapha contributes to heaviness in head, anorexia, cough and choking of throat. Thus all these symptoms collectively characterize rājayakṣmā.
Kshaya-roga or Yakshma (TB or tuberculosis) is a disease which can be traced back to the time of man's origin. It is a disease that leads to diminish or restrict the internal as well as the external activities of the human body. It is called pulomonary tuberculosis in the modern medical science. Kshaya is called Rajayakshma as Ayurveda considers it the king of diseases. Even modern medicines have not been very effective in tackling this dreadful disease. It is also called Shosha as it leads to depletion of the body tissues.
• Causes disease, weak mind, negative behaviour.
• Residents unable to control their heart and talk only negative things.
• Entrance here is bad. Can give addiction.
|Samagri||खीर व गुड़, पर कई जगह मांस तथा चर्बी कहा है|
|समराङ्गण सूत्रधार||पापयक्ष्मा क्षयः प्रोक्तो रोगस्तु कथितो ज्वरः ॥|
|शिरो मे श्रीयशो मुखं त्विष केशाः श्मश्रुणि ।
राजा मे प्राणोऽमृतसम्राट् चक्षविराट् श्रोत्रम् ॥
|हवन सामग्री||जौ, एलालता|
|Role||Law Enforcement Officer|
Ancient Ayurvedic Acharyas have given four causes of Rajyakshma:
1. Sahas: When physically weak person does physical work much more than his capacity.
2. Sandharan: When a person supperesses his urges.
3. Kshaya: When a physically weak person suffering from anxiety, tension and depression takes meal much less than the requirement of his body, takes dry diet and keeps fast.
4. Visham Bhojan: When person takes diet against the eight laws of diet as discussed by Acharya Charak in Charak Samhita.
Astrology can tell us in advance whether a particular person has any consumptive tendencies. In such a case, Ascendant and Moon will be badly afflicted, diminishing the physical and mental vitality. Saturn, the planet of consumption, is mainly associated with the kshaya-roga. Tendency to suffer from this disease is usually seen in the chart in which Saturn and Mars are in the sixth house with powerful aspect of Rahu and Sun.
The presence of Rahu or Ketu in the sixth house also indicates tendency towards tuberculosis. Weak Moon aspected by Mars or Saturn also gives rise to pulmonary consumption. If Venus is badly afflicted by Rahu and Mars, the native may experience consumption after marriage. If 6th or 8th lord is with Rahu, then also the native is likely to suffer from tuberculosis. All these symptoms may indicate death due to tuberculosis in the time period of malefic planets.
Good For Storage of medicine, Store, dance and music room, granary, musicians bed room.
If unfavorable - Brings obstacles in growth, destroys wealth and name, health is deteriorated, enemies becomes powerfull.
Remedies - Yajna with Barley, Rudrabhisek, Chanting of Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra.
Rudra, the Lord of inner Pada has all the power to eradicate all rogas.
Engineer Rameshwar Prasad
(B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.C.A., P.G.D.M.)