Overview for Instant Astrology: Prashna Jyotish
In the age of the instant knowledge it was thought proper to come up with a book on 'Instant Astrology' or Prashna Jyotish. Of course this isn't a new subject in the astrology, but there are not many books written on this subject in English. Keeping in view the needs and desires of the modern questionnaire, this book has been devised in a comprehensive manner. In order to get even the uninitiated enjoy and derive some knowledge, an eleborate 'Glossary' and a full chapter on the basics of this section of astrology have been added. We have tried to cover as many as twenty sets of questions which cover a vast gamut of human curiosity regarding future of the individual questionnaire. Some of the questions of very personal nature have also been included in the range. A special emphasis has been laid on the questions related to rains and agriculture product because no matter how a country like India advances, it has still to depend upon a good monsoon to ensure its prosperity. Only time will tell whether this work serves the purpose it has been created for. The author is especially grateful to Pradeepji of Indica Publishers & Aacharya Vinay Singhal for their liberal encouragement and support. May the tribe multiply.
Jai Prakash Sharma (Author)
Dr. Jai Prakash Sharma, Lal Dhage Wale, belongs to a family where education of astrology is given to the child from the childhood. His ancestors were the Courst Jyotishi of variuos Mughal and British Emperors. The seeds of astrology which were planted by his grandfather in early childhood, grew fast on account of his keen interest. Even during the school days, he had started reading the Janma Kundlis of his friends and teachers. His interests aren't limited to just astrology; he has been doing research tomaster Vaastu Shastra too. His efforts and contribution to the field of Vaastu and astrology is beyond comparison. He is so devoted to these subjects that he has developed it for the benefit of the mannes with a scientific approach. Pt. Jai Prakash Sharma has received several prestigious awards and honours including 'The Pride of India' award by the then Prime Minister, Shri Chandrashekhar and the 'Raj Jyotishi' Award by the then Chief Minister of Delhi, Shri Sahib Singh Verma on 12th April, 1998. With the co-operation and inspiration of Mr. Arun Bansal and Dr. K.P. Modgil, Pt. Jai Prakash ji celebrates the birth anniversary of his God father, Dr. K.K. Mishra, on every 17th August. The Pursharth Award created by Pt. Jai Prakash Sharma Ji, the founder President of Pursharth Society (a leading NGO) is delivered to the persons who have devoted their lives for the benefit of mankind. on 5th Jan. 1997, Pt. Jai Prakash Sharma ji raised a slogan in association with Dr. K.K. Mishra-"Pt. Jai Prakash Sharma Aur Dr. K.K. Mishra Ne Thana Hai Ki Jyotish Ko Shiksha Me Lagoo Karwana Hai" in the presence of Dr. A.K. Walia with a rally of 51 cars. As per the tradition of his ancestors, Panditji has fed the knowledge of Astrology and Vaastu science in the blood of both his sons, Rajat and Abhay. According to them their father has handed them the key to succces. Currently, Panditji is striving to introduce astrology and Vaastu Shastra as a science in variuos universities which affects human life from birth till death. Pt. Jai Prakesh Sharma ji, who has devoted his life to doing research on relationship of astronomy with astrology has always acknowledged the achievement of Mr. Arun Bansal and Mrs. Abha Bansal for inventing the Palm Computer which helps him a lot in his research work besides reducing the time consumed during this process procedure. According to Pandit ji it is a chance that links two persons as brother and sister, but it is luck that helps one to make friends. He is chief Patron of All India Astrologers' Societies, Founder President of Pursharth besides Patron and President of variuos social, charitable and astrological organisations. His will "to be recognised as a real human being rather than a world renowned astrologer" is being fulfilled in his own life time.