lagnād Lagna or Ascendant, ekādaśe eleventh, candraphalam fruits or results of the Moon
Translation: The results of the Moon in the eleventh house.
बहुश्रुतवान् पुत्रवान् उपकारि॥ ६१॥
भावाधिपे बलहीने बहुधन व्ययः॥ ६४॥
बलयुते लाभवान्॥ ६५॥
लाभेचन्द्रे निक्षिपलाभः॥ ६६॥
शुक्रयुतेन नरवाहन-योग॥ ६७॥
क्षेत्रवान् अनेकजनरक्षणभाग्यवान्॥ ६९॥
bahuśrutavān putravān upakāri || 61||
paṁcāśadvarṣeputrarṇabahuprābalyayogaḥ || 62||
guṇāḍhyaḥ || 63||
bhāvādhipe balahīne bahudhana vyayaḥ || 64||
balayute lābhavān || 65||
lābhecandre nikṣipalābhaḥ || 66||
śukrayutena naravāhana-yoga || 67||
bahuvidyāvān || 68||
kṣetravān anekajanarakṣaṇabhāgyavān || 69||
bahu much, many, numerous; śrutavān learned, knowledgeable; putravān having sons; upakāri helping, assisting, benefactor;
paṁcāśad 50th; varṣe year; putrarṇa a child, son; bahu many, much, numerous; prābalya force, predominance, superiority of power; yoga union;
guṇāḍhya rich in virtuous or excellences;
bhāvādhipe lord of the house; balahīne destitute of strength, weak; bahudhana wealthy, rich; vyaya decay, ruin, loss;
balayute endowed with strength, powerful; lābhavān one who is gaining;
lābhecandre Moon in the 11th house; nikṣipa to throw or cast, to give or hand over; lābha gain, profit, obtaining;
śukrayutena conjoined Venus; naravāhana-yoga born or drown by the man, of a prince;
bahuvidyāvān highly knowledgeable or educated;
kṣetravān owner of lands and properties; anekajana born more than once; rakṣaṇa protector, reign; bhāgyavān fortunate, lucky.
Translation: If the Moon is in the eleventh house, the native will be highly learned, will have sons and will be helpful to others. At the age of 50 he will be father to many sons and will poses praiseworthy qualities.
If the lord of the eleventh house is weak, the native will suffer losses (will have expenditures). If the lord of the eleventh house is strong, the native will have gains of wealth.
The presence of Moon in the eleventh house will enable native to acquire wealth without much effort. If the Moon is in conjunction with Venus the native will be owner of conveyances pulled by men. He will be highly educated, will own lands, and will be fortunate and protector of others.