The book is a startup glance over the vast ocean of Indian Vedic Astrology. It is a go-through study over predictive astrology and deals with Chitta Kundali system, the finest predictive form of Predictive Astrology till date. In the preliminary chapters, the book states the definitions of astrology, brief history, origin, and inner concepts Chitta Kundali system and brief idea about the most prominent constellation of the sky, Kalpurush, the status of 27 constellations and Gana of a native, the basic idea, cardinal features, various characteristics and definitions of Rashi, preliminary idea about Varna, and relation between Rashi and Nakshatra, and the results in the life of a native according to his Janma Nakshatra and Janma Rashi. Then it deals with the basic idea about Lagna and the cardinal features of 12 Bhavas, classifications of Bhavas and explanation of Bhavas by Chitta Kundli; followed by the total details about Planets or Grahas and details about Vimshottari Dasha system and results of dasha-antardasha. After these preliminary and basic ideas, it states the ideas of Chitta Kundli, such as importance and effects of Moon and Mars, application of numerology, the study process of a natal chart, significance of Dasha in the lifespan of a native, importance of Janmadasha in human life and a unique Dasha feature known as Soubhagya Dasha. The book ends up with the brief accounts on various practical fields and attributes of human life and practical chart analysis.
For the seeker of truth, central to the journey is the guidance of the Guru. Infused with divinity, the Guru guides the seeker to change his/ her perceptivity of the reality of life. A stepping stone to awakening an awareness within the seeker of the shortcomings of man and the need to overcome them. The seeker’s journey is full of highs and lows, often discouraging and disheartening. His/her solace lies in the faith rested in the Guru, who never fails the seeker. Complete surrender by the seeker ensures the path walked on is always lit by hope and blessings of the Guru.
Sri Durgasaptashati: is a well-known and popular book. But unfortunately, people are often aware of one aspect of it. People often do not pay attention to the deep spiritual aspect of this precious book. In the above book, “Saptashtirhasya”, an attempt has been made to draw attention to some similar aspect.
From the battlefield of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna uttered the holy words of Bhagavad Gita, the epic of Indian spirituality which has inspired countless people over many centuries. The Bhagavad Gita holds immaculate relevance as natural imbalance is the biggest concern in life at present times. In chapter 7 (verses 4-6) Shree Krishna tells Arjuna about the duality of nature –physical and metaphysical. In chapter 10, Lord Krishna suggests his presence in every particle of the universe and informs mankind to nurture the nature henceforth; for only the assimilation of this principal can stimulate and rejuvenate the natural world. Chapter 17 and 18 give the message of attaining wholeness of being if we follow the principal laws of nature. Since the human body is made up of nature, the deviation from the natural causes disharmony in life and the world in general. The knowledge embedded in Gita is fathomable and logical. The sections seeming difficult also simply direct to infuse oneself with nature. Becoming companion of nature is an easy task for the mankind which is born and fostered by nature.