Understanding Vimshottari Dasa

To fix the possible time of happening of an event in the life of an individual is a difficult matter. Vimshottari dasa is a commonly used tool to do it. Parashar has given several dasas but he has himself expressed his view that of all dasas Vimshottari is the most suited one for our times. It is a very commonly used dasa among astrologers today.

It is essential to be clear about the principles involved and about the practice of those principles. These principles are universally applicable. The dasa gives astoundingly correct results when applied strictly according to these principles. The author has stated the principles very clearly. The reader will realize the ease with which this dasa can successfully be used when it is applied according to the principles stated in this book. A very large number of real life charts have been analysed in the book to clarify the few principles that are involved.

Rs 200.00

The Play of Planets in Houses: A Bhrigu Analysis Part two (7 to 12 House)

This is a book that has ventured into partially explored territory. There is no old classical work that deals with planets in houses and signs both at the same time. Some attempts have been made in recent years. The meager literature that is available does not base itself on classical information. The descriptions are also couched in language of the yore. It does not state the effects in terms of modern idiom. This book addresses the deficiency in a reasonably detailed manner and it is going to be a mandatory addition to all astrological literature shelves.

Rs 350.00

The Play of Planets in Houses: A Bhrigu Analysis Part one (1 to 6 House)


This is a book that has ventured into partially explored territory. There is no old classical work that deals with planets in houses and signs both at the same time. Some attempts have been made in recent years. The meager literature that is available does not base itself on classical information. The descriptions are also couched in language of the yore. It does not state the effects in terms of modern idiom. This book addresses the deficiency in a reasonably detailed manner and it is going to be a mandatory addition to all astrological literature shelves.

Rs 400.00

How to time an event


This is the first work in which an attempt has been made to scientifically put to practice concepts relating to progression only hinted at in Bhrigu Samhita of the hoary past. This is a unique attempt that has been successfully employed to time events correctly.
The question of timing of events has remained unanswered for long. It has been said that only with a well developed sense of intuition can an astrologer correctly predict the time of happening of an event. The author in this book has shown that with correct application of classical techniques it is possible to predict an event accurately. These techniques have been enunciated with clarity in this book and their use has been explained lucidly with charts drawn from real life.

Rs 255.00

Vedic Progression


This book deals with Vedic progression. The Samhitas like Bhrigu and Arun,and the Nadis have used this technique to make astounding predictions relating to a very large number of birth charts that they have analysed.This technique had gone into disuse over the last few centuries. Desultory efforts were made in the recent past to rediscover it but without any success. The author has worked on it for long. He has described the technique very lucidly in the book and has successfully shown its application to a large number of birth charts of celebrities and common persons. It is a powerful instrument for an overall predictive study of the future of an individual. The book is a unique attempt at resuscitating a part of India’s lost astrological tradition.

Rs 255.00

How to read a Birth Chart (Vedic Astrology made simple)


This is a primer for a lay man to pick up a rudimentary knowledge of Indian Astrology. Interest in Indian astrology has shown an astounding upsurge in the recent years. Books on the technical aspect of the subject are available in good number, but for a person who wishes to start from the very beginning, the choice is very limited. There is a feeling of void. The need of a book that avoids the jargon and that in simple language takes the reader through the fundamentals of the subject was long felt. The author has tried to fill the gap. A person, wishing to learn Indian astrology, can now do so by going through this small but very comprehensive book. It lays bare the essential principles of Indian astrology necessary to understand the intricacies of a birth chart

Rs 125.00