Vedic Astrology Practitioner Manual by Gaurish Borkar

As a student of Vedic Astrology, one of the challenges that I faced was to study classical texts. We have so much data and every text has some exceptional content. Most of the translators did not get a chance to validate the principles mentioned in the texts and due to this; the accuracy of translation as reduced. Over the period, I also felt that novice students of Astrology could progress faster if they get validated knowledge. This is also good for the development of Vedic Astrology. Therefore, I decided to publish my notes from various classical texts as a manual. This book consists of my notes from Brihat Parashari Hora, Brihat Jatak, Brihat Samhita, Jataka Bharanam, Faladeepika, Saravali, Bhavartha Ratnakar, and Muhurta Chintamani. It is a good reference book for a novice student of Vedic Astrology.

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