This section deals with longevity calculations, which are covered in Parāśara’s longevity chapter  that opens up with three forms of mathematical calculations for longevity in ślokas 1 through 32, namely piṇḍāyu, nisargāyu, and aṁśāyu ( see BPHS for details of these) before detailing the methods starting below with lagna lord, 8L, and others. Rath notes that these mathematical models are often quite inaccurate though both BPHS and Jaimini give some similar and more useful methods as discussed here and in Chapter 3 of Jaimini in much detail. From there we see māraka being defined which Parāsara goes into some detail, though Jaimini is limited on. Instead Jaimini appears to take some of the basic daśā defined by Parāsara, namely sthira, śūla, etc. and shows how to use them in reference to calculating longevity concerns, thereby giving us further indications on what are sparse indications in Parāśara.

SUTRA Meaning ŚLOKA Meaning
2.1.1 Longevity is seen from Lagna Lord ( LL ) and 8th lord (8L). ( there are two school of thought on 8th house for āyur stanzas ) 43.33 – 43.40 Parāśara defines LL and 8L placements in addition to Mo/Sa, and Lagna/ HL as discussed following this and in line with Jaimini.
2.1.2 If LL and 8L are both in movable sign, or one in fixed and other dual, long life is indicated. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.3 IF LL and 8L both in dual signs, or one in fixed and other in movable middle life indicated. If LL and 8l are same, take 8th from 8th for the second lord. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.4 If 8l and LL are both in fixed sign, or if one is in dual and other moveable short life is indicated. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.5 The previous rules are to be applied to signs occupied by Mo and Sa. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.6 Sign occupied by lagna and horā lagna form the third pair. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.7 If two of the three pairs show identical spans that particular longevity is indicated (LL/8L, Mo/Sa, Lagna/HL). See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.8 If life span indicated by all three pairs are different that shown by HL/Lagna taken. See 43.33 – 43.40
2.1.9 If Mo is in lagna or 7th, longevity shown by Mo/Sa is taken. See 43.33 – 43.40
N/A 43.41-43.44 Long life is considered 120/108/96 if shown by 3/2/1 groups; mid-life 80/72/64 and short life 40/36/32 by similar measure.
N/A 43.45 – 43.46 Parāśara gives details of planets giving full if in start sign, nothing at end, and middling if in middle of sign with details on adding planets longitudes in this case.
2.1.10 Sa among the final pair determining longevity results in reduction of life. 43.47 Same.
2.1.11 Some think that the reverse is true for Saturn’s association. Rath notes for reduction, planets determining āyur should associate with Sa, Sa alone does not reduce. See 43.47
2.1.12 Reduction does not occur if Sa is in its own sign or exaltation. See 43.47
2.1.13 Only if Sa is influenced by malefics will reduction of life occur. See 43.47 Santanam’s translation says even if aspected by malefic no change occurs, which could be an error.
2.1.14 Jupiter unaffiliated in the lagna or 7th gives increase of life. 43.48 Same
N/A 43. 49 – 43.50 BPHS gives further distinctions for Jupiter’s increase and Saturn’s decrease here.
N/A 43.51 – 43.58 Parāśara gives specific placements for types of longevity such as bālāriṣṭa, limitless longevity, till the end of yuga, etc. See text for details.
N/A Much as in the yoga chapters,Jaimini seems to be condensing and modifying some of the indications of BPHS so correlations are not exact. 43.49 – 43.78 Parāśara states good yogas increase life and bad yogas decrease them before detailing many combinations.
2.1.15 During navāṁśa daśā of a sign (explained separately), if its door ( dwāra – sign itself) and bhāya ( outside – count as many signs from dwāra as gained from lagna) are in malefic signs or afflicted by malefic death is indicated. 46.123– 46.128 While not direct correlation, in the kālacakra section, BPHS mentions malefics being in deha or jīva signs as causing death. These navāṁśa daśā is nakṣatra based and not based on the D9.
2.1.16 If benefics own/aspect the dwāra and bhāya raśī death may not occur. See 46.123 – 46.128 BPHS also gives indications of various houses after this not seen in Jaimini.
2.1.17 If 8L is exalted one navāṁśa daśā is gained ( longevity increased by 9 years from original calculations) N/A
2.1.18 The navāṁśa daśā of the sign having the AL or its lord or 8L or LL or their trines could be death inflicting. N/A
2.1.19 From ( stronger of) the ascendant and 7th house, the lord of the 8th from this placed in kendra, paṇaphara, āpoklima shows long, middle, short life respectively. 43.71-73 Some say to see this from AK as well but Parāśara does not mention AK. Rath notes Parāśara advises relationship between LL and Sun. If lagnesh is friendly, neutral, or inimically disposed to Sun life is long, mid, short. This seems to apply to 43.67 though is not mentioned in this śloka from Santanam
2.1.20 If the AK is in the 7th or 9th form lagna life span indicated is reverse. N/A
2.1.21 For ascertaining āyur yoga, stronger of lagna or 7th must be ascertained. Source of strength in 2.3 N/A
2.1.22 The 8L in 10, 7, 4 show middle life span. Rath gives lots of clues from tradition here. N/A
2.1.23 Malefics in 1/7 or 2/1 or 5/9 from lagna cause reduction of life. 43.65 - 43.66 This seems to be a condensation of some principles given in these śloka
2.1.24 Similarly estimate from AK. N/A
2.1.25 If LL is in a malefic sign other than its exaltation sign or debilitated or having malefic association reduction in longevity occurs. 43.60 – 43.64 These ślokas and possibly 43.75 – 43.78 seem to be a condensed by Jaimini here. See text for details.
2.1.26 If vice-versa it causes longevity increase. See 43.60 – 43.64
2.1.27 Jupiter in previous places causes increase in life span. See 43.60 – 43.64
2.1.28 Full Mo or Ve in these places cause rāśi vrddhi or increase of life by up to 9 years. See 43.60 – 43.64
2.1.29 Sa in previous places causes reduction by 9 years. See 43.60 – 43.64
2.1.30 Death occurs in the particular khanḍa as per sthira daśā. 46.168 -46.169 Parāśara defines sthira daśā in his daśā chapter
2.1.31 Death will occur in the daśā of the 2nd house. 44.1 – 44.5 Parāśara defines 2nd as well as 7th as mārakas and that planets here can kill in their periods along with other details.
2.1.32 The sign (in the longevity compartment) which is hemmed in between malefics being in 2/12 from it, or which has malefics in trines, or malefics in 8/12 from it can inflict death. N/A This seems a condensation of some of Parāśara’s teachings who shares many other details not covered here ( See māraka chapter), while Jaimini gives some techniques not seen in BPHS.
2.1.33 Lord of a sign (in a longevity compartment) if aspected by a weak Mo and Ve can inflict death during daśā of its sign (sign itself works too). N/A
2.1.34 During daśā of death inflicting sign, death comes in antardaśā of signs aspecting navāṁśa sign occupied by 8L from it. N/A
2.1.35 Stronger of the lords of the 8th from lagna or 7th is Rudra. N/A
2.1.36 Among the two lords malefic associations and aspects can make the weaker one Rudra. N/A
2.1.37 Rudra if aspected by benefics shows death in the last śūla. N/A
2.1.38 Benefics with Rudra extend life up to the last of the three śūla daśā. N/A
2.1.39 Malefics other than the Su conjoining Rudra indicate otherwise. N/A
2.1.40 Sa, Ma, Mo aspecting Rudra without any beneficial conjunctions or malefics only with Rudra or benefics aspecting Rudra show death in the next (2nd) śūla daśā. N/A
2.1.41 The “śūla” is to be examined in the śūla daśā and antardaśā. See 2.3 for śūla daśā. 46.181 -46.182 BPHS defines śūla daśā here though it is noted that Jaimini uses 9 years, though Parāśara uses same years as sthira daśā.
2.1.42 The rāśi with Rudra in it can be death inflicting. 5.20 Same, though defined in viśeṣa lagna chapter.
2.1.43 The rāśi with Rudra in the 12th will surely be death inflicting. N/A
2.1.44 Rudra in the 8th indicates death in antardaśā of Rudra rāśi. N/A
2.1.45 Depending on longevity (short, mid, long) death will come in the daśā of 1st, 2nd, 3rd śūla. N/A
2.1.46 Lord of the 8th from the AK is called Maheśwara. ( this is a special Rudra that can emancipate the soul) N/A
2.1.47 If the 8L form AK is exalted or in OH, 8L/12L from it, whichever is stronger, becomes Maheśwara. N/A
2.1.48 If Ra or Ke become Maheśwara or if Ra/ Ke is in 1/8 from AL, the 6th planet or 6L respectively becomes Maheśwara. Many notes by Rath here. N/A
2.1.49 From stronger of Lagna/7th the stronger of the lords of 6,8,12, if placed in odd visible sign in Brahmā (the Creator). Lots of notes by Rath here. 46.171– 46.173 Parāśara has defined the same Brahmā graha daśā, also akin to sthira daśā.
2.1.50 If Sa, Ra or Ke become Brahmā then the 6th planet (in order of weekdays) becomes Brahmā. See 46.171 – 46.173
2.1.51 If more than one planet qualifies for Brahmā, the one with higher longitude (in sign) becomes Brahma. See 46.171 – 46.173
2.1.52 The longitude of Ra is reckoned form the end of the sign. N/A
2.1.53 If lord of the 8th from AK is in 8th itself, it qualifies as Brahmā. See 46.171 - 46.173
2.1.54 If 2 or more planets claim to be Brahmā the strongest should be taken. See 46.171 – 46.173
2.1.55 Longevity extends from Brahmā to Maheśwara. N/A
2.1.56 During Brahmā daśā of the sign, having Maheśwara, the antardaśā will be of a sign in trines to the sign occupied by the 8L from Maheśwara. N/A
2.1.57 The strongest of the lords of 3, 6, 8, 12 houses from AK or lagna, becomes the māraka. N/A
2.1.58 Generally 6L is death inflictor. N/A
2.1.59 The daśā of the sign occupied or aspected or in trines for the death inflictor furnishes the last period of life. N/A
2.1.60 The antardaśā could be of the signs in the 6, 7, 8 or 12th from the death inflictor sign. N/A



This is a short chapter where Jaimini focus on death of people connected to the native along with the nature of the event. Once again we see Jaimini taking BPHS as a basis, though giving us some new calculations to work with not found in that text and showing Jaimini’s hallmark concern of death calculations which comprise a large part of his text.

2.2.1 Stronger between Su and Ve is father kāraka.  Note: These kārakas are for death calculations, 32.18 -32.21 Note: Standard texts say Su-Ve or Sa/Mo for father/mother in day/night birth for naisargika indications.
2.2.2 Stronger between Mo and Ma shows mother. See 32.18 – 32.21
2.2.3 Weaker among the two could be significator if there are malefic influences ( more likely to induce death) N/A
2.2.4 Stronger significator (of father or mother) if aspected by benefics would show demise of parent in śūla daśā. ( give it strength to kill) N/A
2.2.5 Stronger of 8L (from significators or their 7th) could also kill parents. Rules in 2.1.35 – 2.1.45 also applicable. N/A
2.2.6 Predict demise per śūla daśā of the Rudra planet. 5.20 Similar, though Parāśara adds this onto varṇada calculations while talking of death of various people connected to native.
2.2.7 Longevity prediction requires intelligent application of the principles. N/A Note: The reference is to niryāṇa śūla daśā and other āyur daśā to be picked for correct application.
2.2.8 If Su and Me conjoin the sign dispositing them or 12, 3, 5 from them can kill father. Rath gives more notes. N/A Note : Su should be fixed significator, signs aspected by Me-Su could be fatal, Ju conjoining loses sting, Ra makes death sure.
2.2.9 If only malefics other than Sun aspect significator of father/mother parents passes in 12 years. N/A
2.2.10 Spouse dies in śūla of Jupiter. N/A
2.2.11 Demise of other relatives to be predicted from their śūla daśā. See 1.1.20 to 1.1.24 for kārakas. N/A
2.2.12 Malefics conjoining/aspecting 3rd from the significator shows a painful death. N/A While both texts mention auspicious/inauspicious places of death (see 44.32-33 below) BPHS does not mention painful death.
2.2.13 Benefics there shows it is painless. See above note.
2.2.14 Mixed planets give mixed results. See above note.
2.2.15 Su influencing 3rd, give death due to government. 44.25 – 44.31 While Jaimini is defining from kāraka here, BPHS is defining from ascendant with same results.
2.2.16 Mo there gives chest complaints as cause. See 44.25 – 44.31
2.2.17 Ma there gives death from weapons, fire, wounds, burns, etc. See 44.25 – 44.31


Sa there shows vāta related diseases giving death. Note: poisoning also shown. See 44.25 – 44.31. BPHS does not mention Sa alone or vāta issues.
2.2.19 Sa and mandi show snakebite, poison, water, and bondage as cause of death. See 44.25 – 44.31 Defines Sa+ Ra for death through poison, water or fire, fall from heights, or confinement.
2.2.20 Ke on 3rd shows small pox and contagious disease or typhoid and water borne disease. N/A Ke not mentioned in translation, though perhaps there is an issue with translation as above associations mention water.
2.2.21 Mo and mandi on 3rd shows choking or food poisoning (throat). See 44.25 – 44.31 Says insects or leprosy for this combination.
2.2.22 Ju on 3rd shows vomiting and inability to eat as cause. See 44.25 – 44.31 Says swelling or tumors.
2.2.23 Ve on 3rd shows urinary issues, kidney damage, giving death. See 44.25 – 44.31 Same.
2.2.24 Many planets give mixed results. See 44.25 – 44.31 Same.
N/A See 44.25 – 44.31 Adds Me bringing death followed by fever.
2.2.25 If Mo conjoins/aspects above planets in 3rd cause indicated is sure to materialize. N/A
2.2.26 Benefics or beneficial sign in 3rd house shows nice place of death. 44.32 Same.
2.2.27 Malefics or malefic sign in 3rd shows bad place of death. See 44.32  Adds mixed occupation shows mixed results.
2.2.28 Ju or Ve in 3rd show awareness of period of death. 44.33 Same
2.2.29 Other planets indicate otherwise. See 44.33
N/A 44.34 Parāśara adds if 3rd is movable, fixed or dual, death will be in foreign place, own house, or on the way.
N/A 44. 35 – 44.36 Parāśara notes planets 8th from lagna in same way with Su as death through fire, Mo water, Ma weapons, Me fever, Ju diseases, Ve hunger, and Sa thirst.
N/A 44.37 If 8th under benefic influence with 9l conjunct benefic native dies in a shrine. Malefics are otherwise.
N/A 44.38 – 44.46 Adds more details about the corpse and soul before and after death to close out his māraka chapter.
2.2.30 If Sa and Ra or Ke conjoin hemispheres from 1-12 house, native will not perform last rite of concerned parent. N/A Mentions conditions for Ra/Ke becoming māraka in 44.22 – 44.24 though does not discuss last rites of parents.
2.2.31 If previous combo is in any of first 6 houses form lagna, last rites of mother will not be performed. N/A
2.2.32 If combination in 2.2.30 is in houses 7-12, last rites of father will not be performed. N/A



Here Jaimini gives us an easy to follow rules for strengths of signs, which are found littered throughout BPHS. He also goes into various daśā calculations including āyur daśās such as navāṁśa, śūla, sthira, and Brahma daśā as well as the phalita daśā called cara daśā. More daśā are given in section 2.4 as well.

2.3.1 If lagna is odd sign navāṁśa daśā starts from it. Note: this is an āyur daśā, not the D9. N/A
2.3.2 When the lagna is an even sign the navāmśa daśā starts from the ādarsa sign (facial or sammukha / sign opposite it in south Indian chart). N/A
2.3.3 Sthira daśā have periods of 7,8,9 years for movable, fixed, dual signs. 46.168 – 46.169 Same.
2.3.4 Sthira daśā begin from sign occupied by Brahmā See 46.168-169. Daśā of 12 signs start from Brahmā graha. Raśī are counted onwards from odd, reverse order from even signs.
N/A 46. 170 – 46.173 Gives some calculations on finding Brahmā graha, strength calculations buried in here.
2.3.5 The sources of strength are being enunciated. NOTE: These should be taken in order and not combined into a  mathematical figure as some do. N/A These are scattered throughout Parāśara and condensed/elaborated upon here thanks to Jaimini.
2.3.6 First source is presence of AK in the sign. 32.9 – 32.12 The importance of AK is discussed and if it is weak all other carakārakas are weak speaking to its importance.
2.3.7 If no AK, conjunction of larger # of planets is stronger. 46.158 – 46.166 Also gives order of strengths of signs in cara daśā calculations of which lager # of planets stronger. Also seems referenced to argali principle.
2.3.8 If equal planets, status of planets (exalted, etc.) shows stronger sign. See 46.158 – 46.166. This is second level of strength for signs. Parāśara gives basic dignity calculations in planets chapter.
2.3.9 If both are equal, then natural order of strength ( dual strongest, then fixed, movable). Note some say it is planets though it is out of context. See 46.158 – 46.166. Parāśara gives dual, fixed, movable as well.
2.3.10 If both signs have no planets, then lord who is AK is the one. N/A N/A, though Parāśara states that next exaltation planet lord taken and AK is first source of strength.
2.3.11 If none, then sign whose lord has higher degrees is taken. 46.171 - 173 For Brahmā graha after giving methods of finding, one of greater longitude given as option for delineation.
2.3.12 If two signs have same lord or same longitude, then odd sign strong if lord is in even, and even stronger if lord is in an odd sign. 46.171-173 Possibly referenced here as well where Brahmā graha sign associated with odd lord taken.
2.3.13 This ends the first source of strength. N/A
2.3.14 2nd source of strength of signs is the aspect or conjunction of its lord, AK, Ju, or Me. NOTE: sources of strength are exclusive of each other. N/A This may reference back to importance of AK given above.
2.3.15 3rd source of strength comes from placement of lord of a sign. N/A
2.3.16 If lord is in a quadrant, paṇaphara, or āpoklima sign from the AK strength declines proportionately. 46.175- 46.176 The principle of lord strength in quadrant, paṇaphara, āpoklima is seen in lagna kendrādi graha /rāśi daśā, AK kendrādi graha, etc.
2.3.17 4th source of strength of sign is the conjunction/aspect of malefics (or malefic ownership). * for āyur daśā as malefics inflict death. 46.123 – 46.128 In kālacakra daśā, BPHS outlines Su, Ma, Sa, Ra as anticipating death.
2.3.18 Stronger between lagna and 7th is used for śūla daśā. 46.181 - 46.182 BPHS states 8th from lagna or the 7th ( 2nd) starts daśa, whichever one is stronger.
2.3.19 Stronger between 9th and 3rd starts śūla daśā for father. N/A
2.3.20 Stronger between 4th and 10 starts śūla daśā for mother. N/A
2.3.21 Stronger between 3rd and 9th starts śūla daśā for younger brothers. N/A
2.3.22 Stronger between 5th and 11th starts śūla daśā for father. N/A
2.3.23 Stronger between 11th and 5th starts śūla daśā for elder brothers and sisters. N/A
2.3.24 For paternal relatives use same as for father (2.3.19). N/A
2.3.25 For maternal relatives use mother ( 2.3.20) N/A
2.3.26 Brahmā daśā starts from sign occupied by Brahmā and goes zodiacal if starting sign is odd. Period of daśā is calculated from the daśā sign to the sign occupied by the lord of the 6th form it. 46. 168 – 46.169 Brahma daśā moves forward for odd signs, reverse for even signs. BPHS starts this from 6, 8,or 12 from stronger of 1/7 and in an odd sign located 6 from 1/7. Other options also given for determining Brahma graha here as well.
2.3.27 If Brahma is in an even sign, the daśā starts from the 7th house from Brahma and goes in reverse direction. Above reference mentions odd sign, may be a misinterpretation of the śloka as Sharma and Santanam have wildly different interpretations of these stanzas.
2.3.28 Note: Rath skips this stanza number in his translation.
2.3.29 Progress of the cara daśā ( starting from 1/7) depend on sign in 9th house being vimṣapada or samapada. 46.167 Daśā starts based on 9th being even/odd. Śloka 155-156 also sets up the basic progression of the daśā.
2.3.30 Ke is a benefic N/A



Picking up from the previous quarter, Jaimini’s main focus here is more daśā explanations including nārāyaṇa (pādakrāma), AK kendrādi, maṇḍūka, niryāṇa śūla, yogardha, dṛg, trikoṇa, and lagnādi raśī (sudaśa) daśā. Some of these have many variations and the applicability has not been given. Jaimini suggests to see other texts, such as BPHS, for more details on other daśā such as nakṣatra based systems which are not the focus of Jaimini but extensively covered in BPHS.

2.4.1 In cara and navāṁśa daśā, 2nd source of strength is used. 46.158 - 166 BPHS lays out the rules for deciding sign strength, though they omit 1st rule of AK. Unclear what the correlation is between Jaimini’s rules and if it is 2nd source of strength, or starting form 2nd in 1st source of strength.
2.4.2 The daśā sign itself is the dwāra ( door) 51.7 -51.12 Dwāra also known as paka.
2.4.3 Count as many signs from the dwāra as it has gained from the ascendant. The sign arrived at is the bhāya ( exterior) 51.7-51.12 Bhāya also known as bhoga.
2.4.4 If malefics are both in the dwāra and bhāya signs, bondage and disease are indicated. 51.7 – 51.12 Malefics cause mental agony and pain in the body.
2.4.5 If these malefics are in own sign or with Ju, evil will not happen. (see 1.3.43) 51.7 -51.12 There will be enjoyment if there are benefics here.
2.4.6 If mixed planets influence dwāra and bhāya, results are modified. N/A This principle can be had by extension of above.
2.4.7 The stronger between the lagna and 7th shall initiate the nārāyaṇa daśā ( pādakrāma daśā). NOTE: this daśā is hallmark of Jaimini and best for all predictive purposes. 51.6 Some correlation with antardaśā or signs starts form sign itself or 7th form it, whichever is stronger.
2.4.8 If the lagna is a movable sign, order of daśā is regular. 51.7 – 51.12 If moveable, order is forward or reverse.
2.4.9 If lagna is fixed sign succeeding daśā will be sign of 6th house. 51.7 – 51.12 If fixed, starts with self and every 6th sign from there.
2.4.10 If lagna is dual, succeeding daśā are of the 5th and 9th houses followed by 10th house, its trines, and so on. 51.7 – 51.12 If dual it will start from first and rāśi Kendra to it, then 5th and kendra, 9th and kendra, etc.
2.4.11 Signs in kendra, paṇaphara, and āpoklima from the AK give daśā of 9 years each ( AK kendrādi daśā – graha, lagna kendrādi rāśi, & lagna kendrādi graha daśā implied here) 48.175 – 48.176 Parāśara outlines some of this under Kendrādi daśā, though implicates it in others such as from AK. Years based on cara daśā, which are variable in BPHS.
2.4.12 The first daśa (in kendrādi daśā) are of the quadrants. The strongest quadrant which is also an odd sign will start the daśā. 48.175 – 48.176 Odd/Even decides how the house order goes.
2.4.13 Antardaśā start from sign with lord of daśā rāśi or 7th sign from it. 48.175 – 48.176 Parāśara has similar opinion and is applicable to all phalita daśā and a few āyur daśā.
2.4.14 Results depend on strength of the lord of daśā rāśi. 52.1-3 Results are interpreted based on strength of lord, if with full strength gives full results and so on.
N/A 48.178 BPHS goes on to kāraka daśā based on carakārakas before moving on to maṇḍūka as seen in Jaimini.
2.4.15 The maṇḍūka (frog) daśā starts from the lagna or “ādarsa” sign, whichever is odd and succeeding daśa will be of every 3rd sign. Rath gives lots of notes here. 48.179 – 48.180 Start from 1/7. Counting based on starting sign being odd, it moves forward with daśā of 3 moveable, fixed, dual signs while if even moves in reverse with every 3rd sign being taken. Years are based on sthira system.
2.4.16 Determine stronger between lagna and 7th. Nirāyana śūla daśā starts 8th from it. 48.181-48.182 This system is just called śūla in BPHS, starting form stronger of 2nd or 8th.
2.4.17 The nirāyana śūla daśā start from an odd sign and progress regularly and zodiacally. 48.181 – 48.182 Mentions zodiacal/reverse progress for odd/even sign starting the daśā and adds that the periods of the signs are the same as the sthira daśā ( 7,8,9 years for moveable, fixed, dual)
2.4.18 The daśā based on constellation can be studied from standard texts. 48 See BPHS chapter on daśā for numerous nakṣatra based daśā systems.
The yogardha given in Jaimini is given before Kendrādi daśā in BPHS. BPHS has trikoṇa dasha before going on to dṛg daśā, both are below.
2.4.19 Periods of the signs in the yogardha daśā is the average of the periods of the signs in cara and sthira daśā. 48.174 BPHS says yogardha is average of periods obtained from cara and sthira for the sign. The daśā starts form stronger of 1/7 and their ādarsa sign and will be zodiacal/reverse depending on whether the lagna is odd/even.
2.4.20 Yogardha daśā start from stronger of lagna or ādarsa sign. It is regular and zodiacal if the lagna is odd, reverse if even. 48.174 BPHS has same view. Determine stronger of 1/7. Now compare this to its ādarsa sign. Stronger of two shall start the daśā. However in maṇḍūka and navāṁśa daśā the odd sign between lagna/ādarsa starts the daśā.
2.4.21 Dṛg daśā starts from the 9th house and the signs aspecting the 9th, 10th, 11th in order give the daśā. Signs succeeding these will depend on the 9th, 10th, 11th signs being vimṣapada or samapada. 48.185 – 48.187 BPHS also says the 1st,5th,9th daśā will be of the 9th,10th,11th houses. The daśā starts form the 9th house and is succeeded by the three signs aspecting it. This is followed by the 10th house and the 3 signs aspecting it, then by 11th house and 3 signs aspecting it. ( the question is which of 3 signs aspecting it will succeed is clarified in next stanza though Jaimini mentions pāda implying zodiacal/reverse for vimsa/samapada)
2.4.22 Reckoning of succeeding dṛg daśā signs is reverse for Leo and Aq while zodiacal for Ta and Sco N/A
2.4.23 Reckoning of succeeding dṛg daśā signs is same for dual signs ( as it is for moveable signs) 48.185 – 48.187 Parāśara’s opinion on reckoning of successors in dṛg daśā is quite different. For moveable signs in 9/10/11 the successors are always reckoned in reverse, for fixed signs successors are reckoned zodiacally and for dual signs it in zodiacal for odd signs & reverse for even signs. The resolution of this is beyond the scope of this basic comparison.
2.4.24 The trikoṇa daśā starts from stronger among 1,5,9. (this daśā are also phalita daśā but different than Nārāyaṇa daśā given in 2.4.10. The later starting point is 1/7 house) 48.183 – 48.184 BPHS says trikoṇa daśā begin from strongest of 1,5,9 and periods are same as cara daśā. After the trines the daśā go to the 2nd house from starting sign/its trines and so on. Succeeding signs are reckoned zodiacally or reverse depending on whether the lagna is odd or even. ( compare this to Narayan under 2.4.10 that after covering trines progresses to 10th houses instead of 2nd)
2.4.25 The results should be studied form the dwāra and bhāya rāśi. ( refer to 2.4.2 & 2.4.3) N/A
2.4.26 Results (of trikoṇa and other phalita daśā) are seen from 1,9,3, & 7 houses from the daśā sign. N/A
2.4.27 The lagnādi raśī daśā ( also raśī daśā) is explained. The birth constellation should be divided into 12 parts, and the number of parts (including fractions) gained by the Mo is converted into signs ( degrees & minutes) and added to longitude of lagna to obtain śrī lagna. 48.188 – 48.190 BPHS has same view as Jaimini and adds that if śrī lagna is in odd sign (BPHS calls these lagnādi rāśi dasha, not śrī which is a Rath thing), the daśā are regular and zodiacal whereas if an even sign the daśā are reverse. He says for determining balance of daśā at birth, the longitude of śrī lagna (forget signs) should be divided by 30 & multiplied by # of years of first daśā. This method is exclusive for śrī lagna and should not be extended to narāyana or other daśā. There are some varying opinions in all this.
2.4.28 If the lord of śrī lagna is exalted or debilitated, the native is a śrīmantāh (elite/wealthy) NOTE:4.28 – 30 also apply to lord of daśā raśī in lagnādi raśī daśā as well as to planets in śrī lagna/ daśā sign or aspecting. Natural benefics add to the status while natural malefics reduce the same. N/A
2.4.29 If lord of śrī lagna (or daśā raśī) is in OH/friendly sign the natives wealth and fortune are correspondingly reduced NOTE: śrī lagna or daśā raśī in OH shows upper class while friendly is middle class. N/A
2.4.30  If lord of śrī lagna (or daśā raśī) is in inimical sign, the native is poor. Rath gives many notes here. N/A
2.4.31 If śrī lagna is in odd sign, the lagnādi raśī daśā starting from śrī lagna will be regular and zodiacal. If lord of daśā sign is in an odd sign, the sub periods will be regular and zodiacal ( commencing from the lord or its 7th) 48.188 – 48.189 BPHS points out “swā” in present context refers to śrī lagna itself, whereas “swām” refers to the lords of śrī lagna and the succeeding daśā raśī placement in odd signs for antardaśā to be regular.
2.4.32 In even signs (śrī lagna or lord of daśā raśī) the direction is reversed. 48.188 – 48.189 Extension of above
2.4.33 If Saturn is in śrī lagna or daśā raśī the progress of the raśī daśā/antardaśā will be zodiacal (even if signs are even). NOTE: if Ke in śrī lagna or daśā raśī progress of raśī daśā/antardaśā will be reversed. N/A
2.4.34 The antardaśā and bhukti start from the lord of the daśā sign or its 7th house and are as per preceding stanzas. ( this is used in all phalita daśā) 51.6 This is a common feature in many daśā.
2.4.35 If the daśā raśī is a beneficial sign or with benefics/exalted planet good fortune can be predicted. 49.5 – 49.6 BPHS has whole chapter on results which Jaimini does not go into much.
2.4.36 If the indications are contrary to this fortune is lost. 49.5 – 49.6 See above.
2.4.37 The rules that have not been explicitly stated may be studied form standard texts. N/A To extant feasible this has been done under relevant stanzas by adding quotes form BPHS. BPHS also includes pańcswāra, yoginī, sāndhya and other daśā at the end of his daśa chapter.