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Essentials of Horary Astrology or Prasnapadavi

Essentials of Horary Astrology or Prasnapadavi

M. R. Bhat

  • ISBN: 9788120810129, 8120810120
  • Year of Publication: 2002
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 1st
  • No. of Pages: 446
  • Language: English
Rs. 395.00

This book provides an insight into the importance of astrology viz., natal,

electional and horary, as well as deals with other dimensions of this

science such as spirituality, spiritualism, Ayurveda, transmigration of

souls, thought-reading, dreams, temple and its rituals and effects of

particular sins.

The work presents new theories and methods of determining success and

defeat in contests and wars with the help of illustrative charts. It urges

readers to avoid fatalism commonly associated with predictions and explains

how one could solve riddles in life and tide over the pessimistic attitude

and related psychological problems. The author has thrown fresh light on

some questions like the name of the author of Prasnamarga, line of

succession of his pupils, and the authorship of the Dasadhyayi. The most

significant contribution of this work is the clear exposition of the rules

of Astamangala and Devaprasna, in addition to Candragupti

(water-divination), martial problems, Coragrahas, Necromancy, special

importance of Mandi and Dasa of its star, Kalacakradasa, etc.

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About the Author(s)

PROF. M.R. BHAT was a well known Samskrta scholar, teacher, poet and astrologer, who retired in 1974 as the Head of Sanskrit Department of Hindu College, Delhi University. He had served the cause of Samskrta learning and Indian culture for more than half a century. Prof. Bhat edited with translation classical works like the Brhat Samhita of Varahamihira (2 Volumes), Horasarah of Prthuyasas, Prasnajnanam of Bhattotpala. Author of Fundamentals of Astrology. Prof. Bhat had revised the translation of Uttara-kalamrtam, and Phaladipika. He was the founder-editor of the Sanskrit _English Journal Amrtavani and had contributed a large number of articles on oriental learning and culture of various journals and periodicals. In recognition of his erudition and devotion to oriental learning and culture Prof, Bhat was conferred the titles Vidyabhaskara, Vidyasagara and Kavitacatura. Prof. Bhat died in 1990.


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