According to K.P. planets occupying a certain star, gets connection with the bhava occupied by the star lord and becomes a significator to that bhava in the first order and also the bhava owned by the star lord, provided they are vacant. A planet will be in the sub of some planet, who decides to offer good are evil results.
If a planet has become the significator to the 1st bhava, i.e., the lagna bhava, it promises long life, success in his attempts, and helps to keep good health provided if its sub lord is not significator to the 6th or 8th or 12th.
Therefore every planet has to be examined under the sub lord signification for favourable or unfavourable results in store for the native and for a particular event matter. If the sub lord of a planet is not significator to either 6th, 8th or to the 12th house matters, the native will be fortunate to enjoy the fruits of life, better than a highly educated person.
Suppose a planet is the significator to the 7th house, it indicates matrimonial matters, and if it is in the sub of a significator to 2nd or 11th, he gets married during the dasha bhukthi anthara periods of a planet in such a sub, whose star lord signifies 2nd or 11th
This is what is known as ‘charam’ of planets in Hindu traditional astrology. But K.P. did another jump of entertaining a divisional value for the star lord in which a planet is posited that is sub divisional lord to execute or decide a matter. So, planet ‘A’ in the star of ‘B’ and in the sub of ‘C’, who is a decider to give favourable or unfavourable results. Planet ‘C’ of planet ‘A’, if become the significator to the other marital houses 2nd or 11th, the planet ‘A’ who is a 7th house significator comes forward to unite the native with the other sex, that is marriage.