Vipareeta (Vipeet) raja yoga Example : 1) Harsha Yoga :- Rule : The lord of 6th, or 8th or 12th is in 6th house causes Harsha yoga. Benefits : This yoga makes the person fortunate, happy, invincible, physically strong and sturdy, wealthy, famous and afraid of vices and sins. Example : This is the natal chart of the great sage, and spiritual giant Sri Ramanjacharya. He propounded the renowned Visishta Advaitha faith
Saturn is the lord of 8th house (Aquaius); he is in 6th house (enemy). This causes a powerful Harsha yoga. So he enjoyed all the above benefits all his life. The lord of 6th house (Sagittariu) is Jupiter; he is in 12th house (Vyaya; loss and expenses). This causes a strong Vimala yoga, So he enjoyed its benefits. 2) Sarala Yoga :- Rule : The lord of 6th, or 8th or 12th is in 8th house causes Harsha yoga. Benefits : This yoga makes the person long-lived, fearless, happy, invincible, learned, a terror to his enemies, wealthy, famous, celebrated and prosperous. Example : This is the natal chart of the Swami Vidyaranya, who was mainly instrumental to start the famous Vijayanagara Kingdom at Hampi which stood as bulwark for Hindu religion, culture, social and political revival against the invading Muslim and Bahamani Sultans in south India for about two and half centuries.
Moon is waxing; he is the lord of 8th house (Cancer); He is in his own house in 8th house, forming strong Sarala yoga. He enjoyed all the benefits of this yoga in life. 3) Vimala Yoga :- Rule : The lord of 6th, or 8th or 12th is in 12th house causes Vimala yoga. Benefits : This yoga renders the person frugal, happy, independent, with noble qualities and wealthy. Example : This is the natal chart of the Queen Victoria, Empress of the huge British empire (famed as where the Sun never sets) during (1837—1901).
Venus is the lord of 6th house (Libra); he is in 12th house (Vyaya; loss and expenses). This caused Vimala yoga. She enjoyed its benefits all her life. This Vipareetha Raja yoga blessed her to accede to the British throne unexpectedly. Lady Victoria became heiress-apparent of the British crown on the death of her uncle in 1837, she became Queen of Great Britain. She was crowned the next year. So she gained the position of the Empress by the death of his childless uncle, (unfortunate event). This is an excellent illustration of Vipareetha Raja yoga. Source: jyothishi