|Vedic Astrology Magazine
of Jan-Feb 2002 issue Vol. 6 No. 1
Dasha Periods of the Wayward Rahu Part 3
the natural malefics, the mention of Rahu generates a peculiar awe
and anxiety. Rahus dasha periods are often quite important
in one's life and are remembered long after they are over, irrespective
of whether they prove beneficail or harmful to the native. The author
elaborates the subtle point in the analysis of Rahus dasha
Chaitra Shukla Chart and the Destiny
of India, USA and Pakistan for 2002
year commences from the moment of Chaitra Shukla Pratipada which begins
for India on April 13, 2002 at 0:51:06 hrs IST at New Delhi. With
concentration of all the planets, except Ketu, in the consecutive
four houses from fourth to seventh house of Chaitra Shukla
chart for India and conglomeration of seven planets on May 15
in the lagna of India's Independence chart have much deeper meanings
for the world affairs. The author does the astrological analysis and
predicts the destiny of India, Pakistan and USA for the year 2002.
Ayanamsha: The Curtain Raiser
Suresh Chandra Mishra
is one subject which has raised great controversy amongst scholars.
It is not easy to resolve it as we have seen over the years. Dr.
Mishra presents his arguments here, in favour of the Chitra Paksha
Ayanamsha, and substantiates them with support from savants, ancient
as well as modern.
Laghu Jatakam - Part 4
English Translation and Commentary by
Dr. K S Charak
Varahamihira is considered the greatest
authority on Vedic astrology after the era of the sages like Parashara.
He was born near Ujjain during the sixth century AD. His most popular
works are the Brihat Jataka and the Brihat Samhita. The Laghu Jatakam
is a rather abridged version of the Jataka text. Easy to comprehend
and rich in substance, it is a classic that must be studied alike
by the novice and the master.
Deep Anchorage of Jyotisha in the Veda
That Jyotish is deeply rooted in the ancient Indian scriptures
known as the Vedas is a matter that needs to be appreciated. An
understanding of Jyotisha and its relationship with Vedic precepts
is necessary to appreciate the inseparable bond between the man
and the universe. Mireille-Josephine Guezennec, who is Professor
of Philosophy in France, and a Vedic astrologer, beautifully brings
out this relationship between the microcosm and the macrocosm.
Ephemeris and Panchanga for 2002
This issue includes the ephemeris and
panchanga for the year 2002.
From the Realm of Spirits - Stories
from Veenu Sandal
1. Chased by a Ghost
2. The Ghost who Loves Peanuts
From the Scriptures - Vishwakarma: The Ruling Deity of the
Chaitra Nakshatra - Part 2
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