The book makes the Judgement of Bhavas very simple, so that the accurate prediction are possible. It throws light on many points causing confusions:
• Retrograde planets and their effects.
• Use of Divisional Charts for prediction.
• Effects of Malefic and Benefic planets during their periods.
• Death infecting planets.
• Quick Analysis of Mahadasa and Antardasa.
• Timing of Events.
• Results of Sub-periods during major periods of planets.
The book is a marvelous one. Illuminates the astrological principles. Unique of its kind. No words to praise.
Shri Mahendra Nath Kedar was born on 10th June, 1933 Saturday (i.e. Asadh Krishna3, Samvat 1990, saka 1855), 9 a.m. at Delhi India in a well reputed scholarly, respected and religious family. He retired as senior administrative officer from the officer of the comptroller and Auditor general of India in June 1991. Since his early life he was engaged in social activities. In 1994 he was honoured by very old social activities. In 1994 he was honoured by very old society, Vaishya Panchayat Beesa Agarwal” with the title “Vaishya Shiromani” for his services to promote “Bharatiya Sanskriti love for country and services toward the society. He is one of the founder members who as Chairman of Delhi chapter of ICAS (Regd.) Madras started first ever Astrological Classes in English and Hindi medium in India in 1987 at Bharatiya viday Bhavan Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi with the blessings of his Guru Shri K.N. Rao and in association of Justice S.N. Kapoor (who was then secretary of Delhi Chapter of ICAS later he became national president of all India body after DR. B.V. Raman Shrimati (Dr) Lalita Gupta Shri J.N. Sharma R.N. Vashistha Z. Ansari and DR. R.K. Wishwakarma.
Later on in 1995 Jaunuary as God Wished and compelled by planetary effects ICAS Delhi chapter stated its own centres of coaching at (i) Pusa Road (II) Roop Nagar, (III) East Delhi, (IV) Saraswati Bal Mandir, L. Block, Hari Nagar, (V) Faridabad (VI) Gurgaon (VII) Saket New Delhi, (VIII) Merigold Public School, sector 19 Noida, etc. and stated teaching astrology to elite people of Delhi (NCR) to establish the importance of this great Science “Astrology”.
He also conducted correspondence course in Astrology from 1993-1996 for the benefit of astrology lover in defence services etc.
He remained national Vice President of ICAS (Regd.) Madras and presently he is technical Advisor of ICAS.
He is a member of Guest faculty of Shri Lal Bhadur Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidya Peetha New Delhi.
''Necessity is the mother of invention." The Indian Council of Astrological Sciences has precribed a syllabus for the two years astrological course conducted by them at different chapters. Delineation and Dynamic Configuration (dealt with by me in a separate book) judgement of Bhavas, interpretation of dasa and Timing of Events are the topic included therein. As a teacher I had to explain these topics. Therefore a need was felt to bring out subtle guide lines on Judgement of different bhavas of a horoscope. A particular bhava will be giving good or bad results or will be in a position to give the results expected from that bhava or not. One method is to ascertian the strength of bhavas and planets through mathematical calculations known as 'Shadbala' while another method is to estimate the strength of the bhava 'on the basis of the position of (i) Bhava (ii) Lord of the bhava (iii) Karaka for of the bhava. A proper study of the horoscope is the primary requisite to find out the 'Prarabdha' (Promises in the birth chart) of a native. I am teaching astrology since 1987.
The thirst ofthe students could not be quenched by the books on "Judgement of a bhava" which are available in the market. The constant need to explain these topics made me prepare my own notes. The students expected me to dicate class notes. I am always of the opinion that students must listen to the lecture carefully and prepare their own notes at home, otherwise they will not be attentive in the class and will miss some important points while taking the dictation.
On great demand of my friends and students and with the grace of God, I am giving my views to the readers.
With the grace of Almighty God, whatever I could learn from my friends and students during discussions on astrological topics are reproduced in this book. The first two chapters contain dicussions on judgement of bhavas, Chapter 3 shows use of Divisional Charts and Yogas Chapter 4 is on discussion and peculiarities of Vimshottari dasa, fructification of results while Chapter 5 is on the effects of Retrograde Planets. After reading this chapter, the readers can understand that Retrograde planet is a strong planet which can impress more. Chapter 6 to 12 show how to find the results expected during the dasa periods of the planets; Chapter 13 is on the use of nakshatras. Chapter-14 describes Timing of Events while Chapter 15 shows the views of Sage Parashara on the Mahadasa and Antardasa results of various planets. The commentaries from various classical texts have been taken. In Saravali the Mahadasha/ Antardasha results have been explained in Mooldasa, but the same results have been taken by me as applicable to Vimshottari dasa also. I have restricted my pen and have not given many examples due to paucity of space. I will request the readers to test these principles on the data available with them.
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