Text Book of Scientific Hindu Astrology
For many years there has been a persistent demand for an up to date comprehensive text book of Astrology based on scientific treatment of the subject. This book is complete in itself includes every aspect of Astrology and does away with the necessity of purchasing and additional volume as text book.
The present work in the beginning emphasizes on relation of Astrology to science and philosophy and thus establishes the validity of Astrology. There is added stress on the importance of aspects and value of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto in modern times, as new horizons have evolved in the fields of employment and social values. The work includes exhaustive chapters on longevity determination scientific determination of bhavas principles of judgement Yogas Astro medial diagnosis, Transits, Ashtaka Varga and element of Jaimini System.
A number of example horoscopes confirm the validity of the principles especially in chapters on professions and diseases. The sanctity and intrinsic character of Hindu Astrology has been maintained through out which makes the book equally indispensable for the beginners as well as scholars as well as scholars of Astrology.
Text book on Transit Of Planets
Transit of Planets is used in astrology for précising the occurnance of an event. In consonance with Vimshottari Dasa system and other methods of timing of event the transit of planets are used for pin pointing an event. The present work is an effort to delineate the transit secrets in a text book fashion.
A complete Guide for understanding Transit for beginners as well as advanced students of Astrology.
Planetary Aspects in Astrology
Planetary aspects are the combined influence of two or more planets on a native on earth. They are harmonious or inharmonious according to lordships natural significations and characteristics of the planets involved. Their intensity varies according to strength of planets in a particular chart. Aspects operate like conjunction of planets.
The treatise on planetary aspects is the first of its kind equipped with Vedic interpretation of conjunctions and aspects of along with exhaustive interpretation of conjunctions and fast changing trends and culture of the society.
Phaladepika is the great monumental work by Mantewara. It holds a distinguished position amongst the greatly valued ancient astrological classical along with Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra Brihat Jataka Saravali and Jataka Parijata, Hora Sara etc.
A work of the 13th century it comprehensively covers all astrological aspects of human life as will be seen from the table of contents. The book is so instructive and authoritative that beginners as well as advanced students of Astrology can obtain very useful and valuable guidance from its study.
Complete text in Sanskrit Translation and Exhaustive notes with example Horoscopes by an eminent scholar of Astrology.
Shri Mantreswara's 'Phaladeepika' holds a most distinguished position amongst the great ancient astrological classis alongwith Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra Varahmihira's Brihat Jataka and Vaidya Natha's Jataka Parijata. It deals in a most com prehensive and authoritative manner with almost all the astrological aspects of human life. There can said to be nothing that this great work has Om itted from its purview.
Some of the important subjects dealt with in a lucid manner in the book are: description and characteristic features of the various signs, planets and bhavas (houses) the various kinds of strengths of plants and their awasthas with their effects sources of livelihood yogas or planetary combinations leading to affluence different Ascendants female horoscopy matters relating to matrimony and progeny determ ination of longevity judgment of house various kinds of Dasas and their effects, Ashtakavarga and its importance in the judging of effects of transit of plants transit effects of planets and constellations, and description and influence of upagrahas.
The author of his this book Shri Mantreswara's is believed to have lived in the 13th century when valuable work must have been compiled. It is said that he belonged to a family of Nam boodari Brahmins and he was born in tirevelley District of the erstwhile Madras presidency (now know as Tamil Nadu). He was a devotee of Sukuntlambki Devi. As a young man his name was Markandeya Bhattadri. To attain knowledge he is said to have travelled to far off places like Badrika Ashram in Himalayas and Mithila Predesh By sheer dint of hard work and devotion, he become well versed in the Vedanta philosophy and in the knowledge of other Sastras, and by severe observance of fast penance and meditation he become gifted with divine knowledge and assumed the name of Mantreswara. His knowledge of Astrology was profound and the reference in his book to Parasara Varahamihira and other learned astrologers indicates that he had made a deep study of all the ancient astrological works existing in his time.
The present book is no instructive that beginners as well as advanced students of Astrology can obtain very useful guidance from its study.
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