Hindu Zodiac and Ancient Astronomy by K Chandra Hari

Chandra Hari presents a new picture of Indian antiquity and the scientific foundation of Indian’s esoteric wisdom. This book is brief voyage through the intricate corridors of Indian history astronomy epics Mahabharata and Ramayana, Vedas and the Tantric religion and all across the discussion is replete with novel insights that demand basic change in our established notions on Indian antiquity, history of Jyotihsastra and above all the mathematical and physical rationale of the Hindu sidereal zodiac.

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