Jupiter in Different Houses (Guru in Jyotish)
Jupiter is known as Brihaspati, where ‘Brihat’ means big or vast and ‘Pati’ means protector. Hence Brihaspati means big protector. He is also referred to as Guru, Jeeva, Daiva, Sura Guru and Deva Guru. Jupiter is considered as biggest benefic planet in Vedic astrology. Jupiter signify knowledge, wisdom. Jupiter is known for ‘Dharmic’ and Spiritual knowledge. Read More..
Please note that the results mentioned below does not consider strength of Jupiter in terms of Shadbal etc. Also position of Jupiter in various signs are important to be considered in prediction..
Jupiter in 1st House
1st house signify personality, body, head etc. It is said that Jupiter in ascendant can ward off many doshas in the chart. It is a very auspicious placement in a chart provided he is in strength. Jupiter represents expansion. The native with this placement will always try to expand their knowledge, wisdom. Generally they are born to a respectable family lineage. Thier thoughts will be pure and they will be in good health. They will be very broad minded people. 1st house is self. They will learn themselves. They will try to understand life, spiritual process. They may be interested in religion and rituals. They may decode the meaning of rituals. They may talk more of philosophy. Physically they may be stout and overweight. Jupiter in 1st house also aspects 5th and 9th house. So the auspicious houses in the chart are activated. These houses will provide the native with happiness, fortune, material wealth.
According to Phaladeepika, if Jupiter is in lagna, the person concerned will be handsome and attractive, virtuous, longlived and fearless. He will be blessed with the grace of God.
Jupiter in lagna aspects 5th, 7th and 9th houses i.e. house of children, marriage and bhagya. Jupiter is greatest natural benefic amongst all the planets and by the occupation of the 1st house, he makes the native healthy, happy, wealthy, fortunate and wise.
Jupiter in 2nd House
2nd house signify speech, wealth, family, food habits etc. They may earn money from the significations of Jupiter like teaching, banking, public speaking etc. They will be good in financial management and advisory. In family, they will take all the financial decisions wisely. They will speak fluently like a scholar and will have control over the grammar. Also they talk truth. If there is no malefic aspect, their food habits can be satwik but they are good eaters. They may be interested in occult studies as well.
According to Phaladeepika, the person will be learned and wealthy, will possess a beautiful face and will be eloquent in speech. He will enjoy food of high standard.
Jupiter in 3rd House
3rd house represents courage, self effort, communication, brothers etc. Jupiter in 3rd house is not an auspicious placement. Because 3rd house is about action, efforts and the domain of Jupiter does not match here. Jupiter is a knowledge, teaching etc. But it may not harm the house significations, only thing is that it may not give the desired results. They will put the efforts more for gaining knowledge. The position will be good for financial management, communication field, information technology, media etc. There will be material gains and wealth.
According to Phaladeepika, the person will be sinful, wicked and miserly. He will suffer humiliation but one of his brothers will attain a position of honour and will be renowned.
Jupiter in 4th House
Fourth house stands for happiness, home, vehicle, land, education, mother etc. Jupiter in this house makes the native happy, contented. There is a sense of satisfaction in one’s life.
They will have good education and their main interest may be on financial field unless some affliction. They will like to live in a big house, big family and also they will have the liking for big vehicles. They may live in upper floors in an apartment and it is advisable that they should not stay in underground floors. Jupiter in 4th house will aspect 8th and 12th houses. That means ‘moksha trikona’ or spiritual trine will be very active. If Jupiter is well positioned, they will be spiritual in nature. They can be spiritual teacher, preacher as well. They will have the interest in occult sciences. They will try to learn meditation and spiritual aspects. If Ketu is also associated, they will try in the line of liberation. They will have a respectable mother and they will have the nourishment from mother. Mother will be like a teacher for them.
According to Phaladeepika, the person will be happy and will live with mother, friends, sons and servants. He will have plenty of grains.
Jupiter in 5th House
5th house signifies intelligence, creativity, past deeds, learning, children, speculation etc. Jupiter in this house shows that native has carried good past deeds to this life provided it’s in good position. They will be very intelligent, scholarly figure. They will feel blessed and contented. They will lead peaceful and meritorious life. They may earn through teaching and preaching. There will be all round success and prosperity. They will try to expand their knowledge and learning. Their children will be educated and will be prosperous. 5th house also indicate womb. In female horoscope, the Jupiter will protect the womb or garbha sthana. There can be no problem to uterus.
According to Phaladeepika, the native will suffer from distress from children. He will be learned and a minister of the king.
Jupiter in 6th House
6th house signify service, diseases, conflicts, enemies, debt, competition etc. There will be material prosperity. They will be respected in workplace. Normally they prefer to work with others rather than doing business. But they will be like a ‘Guru’ in their workplace. They will be blessed in getting money whenever in need. They may get the loan fairly easy from financial institutions. But at the same time they will have extended liabilities and debts. But they can easily clear also. They may have digestive problems, obesity, diabetes, lung infection, cancer etc. Again tatwa (humor) of the house should be considered like fire, earth, air or water. They will have less number of enemies.
According to Phaladeepika, the native will destroy his enemies but he will be lazy and will be humiliated. He will be clever and well versed in the recitation and utility of Mantras.