Countries, People, and things belonging to the domain of each planet ||16||

1-5The Sun presides over the eastern half of the Narmada District, the Sone, Orissa, Vanga, Suhma, Kalinga, Balkh, Scythians, Yavanas, Magadha, Sabaras, Prakjyotisha, China, Kamboja, Mekala, Kirata, Vitaka, people in and outside mountains, Pulindas, eastern half of the Dravidas, the south bank of the Jumna, Champa, Udumbara, Kausambi, Chedi, Vindhya forest, Pundra, Golangula, Sriparvata, Burdwan, river Ikshumatee, robbers, Paratas, wilderness, herdsmen, seeds, husk-grain, pungent subatances, trees, fire, poiso heroes, medicines, physicians, quadrupeds, ploughmen, kings, evil-doers, chiefs on march, thieves, serpents, woods,
renowned men and men of cruel disposition.
6-8The Moon presides over mountains, fortresses, forts protected by moats, Kosala, Bharukachcha the ocean, Romans, Tocharians, Vanavasi, Tangana, Hala, Strirajya, the islands of the great ocean, sweet things, flowers, fruits, water, salt, jewels, conch shells, pearls, aquatic products, rice, barley, herbs, wheat, drinkers of Soma-juice, the kings (in the cycle of 12 kings, they occupy the position of one of the hind spokes—Raghuvamsa IX-15), Brahmins, white objects, beloved person, horses, lovers, young women, commandants, eatables, clothes, horned animals, demons, agriculturists, persons acquainted with Sacrificial rules.
9-15Mars presides over the people residing in the western half of the Sonne, Narmada and Bheema ratha, the Nirvindhya, Vetravatee, Sipra, Godavari, Vena, Ganges, Payoshnee, Mahanadee, Sindhu, Malatee, Para, Uttara Pandya, those who live near mount Mahendra, Vindhya, Malaya, Chola, Dravida, Videha, Andhra, Asmaka, Bhasapara, Kounkana, Manthrishika, Kuntala, Kerala, Dandaka, Kantipura, Mlechchas, half-castes, Nassik, Bhogavardhana, Virata, the countries bordering on the Vindhya mountains, people living on the banks of the Taptee and the Gumtee, towns people, agriculturists, Paratas, people who live by fire, warriors, foresters, fortresses, Karvatas, slayers, murderous men, arrogant fellows, kings boys, elephants, hypocrites,
infanticides, shepherds, red fruits and flowers, coral, generals, jaggery, toddy, cruel men, treasury, keepers
of sacred fire, mines, Buddhist monks, thieves, rogues vindictive and gluttonous persons.
16-20Mercury presides over the Lohitya, Indus, Sarayu, Gambheerika, Ratha, Ganges, Kausikee and other rivers, Videha, Kamboja, the eastern half of Muttra, people living in the regions of the Himalaya, Gomanta, Chitrakuta, Saurashtra, bridges, water-routes, merchandise, inhabitants of caverns, hillmen, water reservoirs, mechanics, songsters, copyists, gem-dyeing perfumery experts, painters, grammarians, mathematicians, outfitters, preparers of potions securing longevity, artisans, spies, jugglers, infants, poets, imposters, tale-bearers, exercisers, envoys, eunuchs, buffoons, people versed in demonology and magic, policemen, actors, dancers, ghee, oil, oilseeds, bitter substances, observers of vows, chemists and mules.
21-25To Jupiter belong the eastern part of the Indus, the western half of Muttra, the Bharatas, Sauveeras, Srughnas, Northerners, the Vipasa river, Satadru, the Ramatas, Salwas, Trigartas, Pauravas, Ambashtas, Paratas, Vatadhanas, Yaudheyas, Saraswataus, Arjunayanas, half the rural provinces of Mathsya elephants, horses, royal priests, kings, ministers, people engaged in auspicious ceremonies and preparation of tonics, compassionate, truthful, pure, pious, learned, charitable and righteous men, citizens, rich men, grammarians, philologists and Vedic scholars, exercisers politicians, royal equipments, umbrellas, banners, chowries, etc., benzoin, costus Jatamansi, Tahara, quicksilver, Saindhava salt, beans, sweet juices, beeswax and Choraka perfume.
26-30To Venus belong Taxila, Marthi, Kavata, Bahugiri, Gandhara, Pushkalavataka, Prastthala, Malwa, Kaikaya, Dasarna, Useenara, Sibi, those that dwell on the banks of Vitasta, Iravatee, Chandrabhaga, chariots, silver-mines, elephants, horses, elephant-drivers, wealthy men, fragrant things, flowers, unguents, gems, diamonds, ornaments, lotuses, couches, good bridegrooms and brides, aphrodisiacs, those who partake of sumptuous and delicious dishes, parks, baths, lovers, those endowed with renown, happiness, generosity and charming personality, scholars, ministers, merchants, potters, (Prions kinds of) coloured birds, the three fruits, silk, wool, bleached silk, Rodhra, Patra, Chocha, nutmeg, Agaru, Vacha, Pippili and sandalwood.
31-34Saturn presides over the Anartas, the Arbudas, Pushkaras, Saurashtras, Abheeras, Sudras, Raivatakas, the country where the Saraswati river disappears, the western country, the inhabitants of Thaneswar, Prabhasa, Vidisa, river Vedasmritee, those who dwell along the banks of the Mahee river, rogues, dirty fellows, unrighteous men, oil mongers, cowards eunuchs. Jailors and prisoners, fowlers, impure fellows, fishers, deformed persons, old men, swine-herds, foremen of companies, those that have broken their vows, the Sabaras, Pulindas, poor men, pungent and bitter things, tonics, widows, snakes, thieves, she-buffaloes, donkeys, camels, Bengal gram, such grains in pods as cause flatulence and Nishpavas.
35-37To Rahu belong the inhabitants of mountain-peaks, dens and caves, barbarian tribes, Sudras, jackal-eaters, the Shoolikas, Vokkanas, Kinnaras, crippled persons, those who disgrace their lineage, evil-doers, ungrateful men, thieves, faithless, dirty and stingy persons, donkeys, spies, duelists, wrathful persons, children in the womb, low people, reprobates, hypocrites, giants, all sleepy beings, lawless men, black gram and sesamum.
38-39Ketu presides over mountain strongholds, the Pahlavas, Swetas, Huns, Cholas, Afgans, desert, Chinese, the cavemen, rich men, highly ambitious persons, energetic men, those endowed with prowess, adulterer, disputants, those that take pleasure in others’ misfortunes, persons elated with pride, fools, unrighteous people and men desirous of conquest.
40A planet proves beneficent to those whose lord he is declared to be, if at rising, he be large, of glossy rays and in his natural state, if no portentous thunder, meteors, dust or planetary conflict annoy him, and when he is posited in his own house, has reached his exaltation point and is aspected by benefics.
41-42If a planet shows signs contrary to the above-mentioned ones, his dependency will decay; people and kings will feel sad, be suffering from battles, unsafety and disease. If no danger awaits the kings from their foes, surely, it threatens them from their own sons or ministers- Move over, in consequence of drought, the country-people will frequent towns, mountains and rivers which they had never visited before.