As per indian horoscope the 5th is the triad house of 1, 5, and 9 which has connection with birth, karma and dharma (meaning the right action). This is a very interesting triad because man is born to experience the results/retributions for the past actions. The kind of actions performed is indicated by the 5th house, its lord and planets associate with the 5th house in a horoscope. If they were good then the 9th house is equally good giving him further opportunities to do well to the world.
The houses 1, 5, 9 also signify the parental relations such as 1st is self, 5th is the child, and 9th is the father of self. 1 being 5th from 9th is the self or fathers son. The cycle goes on endlessly.
5th also stands for higher education in an Indian horoscope and also specialization, research etc. When connected with 9th the higher education takes place in a foreign country. Any planet irrespective of whether it is a malefic or benefic is good in 5th house. It is also known as house of Mantra siddhi.
Effect of planets in the 5th house of an indian horoscope:
Sun: - May become child less and suffer on account of that deficiency in life.
Moon-Sharp intellect and well versed in shastras.
Mars- Harmful to child birth.
Mercury- Good intellect, devotion to God and good progeny
Jupiter- May suffer on account of son or due to untimely loss of son. Well educated with good prestige. Could become an astrologer.
Venus- rich, famous and endowed with good daughters.
Saturn- son can cause trouble and sorrow. Delay in having children or no children at all.
Raahu- troubles on account of children.
Kaytu- indicative of the benefits gained by prayers of the past lives, religious and well versed in scriptures shastras etc
This house needs very careful examination by the astrologer before giving a final verdict. All norms of Vedic astrology must be kept in mind.
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