Overview for Predict Effectively through Yogini Dasha: An Original Research
This book "Predict Effectively through Yogini Dasha" is a product of intense testing of this dasha in our research classes over a period of many months. The book shows how to predict within the narrow time frame of Yogini Dasha, the shortest of Parashara's Nakshatra dashas, with rare accuracy pinpointing both the event and the time period within which it is to take place. A prejudice against Yogini Dasha has always existed because of the repetition of the thirty six year cycle twice, thrice or even four times in an individual's life. Life is not a mechanical repetetiono f the pattern of life as it has been led in the first thirty six years of life. In the next cycle/cycles of thirty six years life could be totally different. Could this be effectively answered through the repetition of the cycles of Yogini Dasha was the subject of this intense research, and the results is there here in this book. Why Yogini Dasha must be used should be clear to any astrology enthusiast who is in search of a technique of seeing and predicting life's variegated hues, changing day after day, month after month, year after year and decade after decade. Those who have used yogini Dasha know that for medical astrology, no dasha can give so quick and so effective an answer as this dasha. Those who are familiar with Jaimini's Chara Dasha can see the clue provided in that dasha which has helped in the unraveling of he mysteries of repeated cycles of Yogini Dasha not becoming a puzzles anymore.
K N Rao (Author)
K.N. Rao (Kotamraju Narayana Rao) retired from the Indian Audit and Accounts Service as Director General in November 1990. He is the second of the four sons of the famous journalist of the pre-independence era. K. Rama Rao, the founder editor of the National Herald and, editor of more than thirty journals in his long journalistic career. Rao was initiated into astrology by his late mother, K. Saraswani Devi, at the known in two areas, marriage and children and prashna (horary). Rao was a lecturer in English before joining the government service through an all-India competition in 1957. He joined the Indian Audit and Accounts Service from which he retired as Director General in November 1990. More interested in games and sports than in astrology in his youth, Rao won brilliancy prizes in chess competitions and two state championships in bridge competitions. He played ten other games which is why in his astrological writings also there are references to games often. During his service career, he was the planner, organizer and teacher of three international courses on Audit of Receipts as a joint director once and director twice. His interaction with foreigners have been both on professional and astrological levels for more than two decades which is why he has, as an astrologer, a large international network of friends. He went on doing all his fundamental researches in astrology during his service career because of which he went on collecting horoscopes systematically in thousands. He has in his possession more than 50,000 horoscopes with ten important events of each individual noted with him. It is perhaps, the largest individual collection of horoscopes any astrologer in the world has. The strain of doing astrology as a mission, not charging any fee, except on foreign tours almost made him give up astrology many times. But in December 1981 he was forced out of his shell to participate in a three-day seminar on astrology in Delhi. After this ground breaking speech, there has been a persistent demand for his astrological articles. From them onwards he has been sharing with his readers his original researches for which he has won worldwide praise. Between 1993 and 1995, Rao has visited the USA on five lecture tours. He was the Chief Guest at the Second Conference of the American Council of Vedic Astrology in 1993. He was requested to be present in the Third Conference also in 1994 on the opening day because of the crowds he would draw. His name was advertised till November 1995 also for the Fourth Conference though he had made it clear that he would not be available anymore for the American conferences. In June 1998 he went to Moscow where he taught astrology through interpreters. It was a great success as reported by the Russian sponsors part of those reported is produced here. As a result of his academic approach, he has now more than a thousand students in India and more than two hundred in the USA. He is the Director of Astrology Courses in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi. The teachers on the teaching faculty of the astrology course in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan have, like him, never charged any fees for teaching which they do in an honorary capacity.
V.P. Goel (Author)
Vinod Prakash Goel is a former officer of Indian Engineering Services and served ministry of Defence, Government of India. He also held senior managerial positions with private companies in India and abroad before setting up engineering, manufacturing and contracting firms. Presently he is consultant to Defence Research and Development Organisation on Major engineering projects. Shri Goel is an M. Tech. From IIT Kharagpur and B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering (Honours) from Bananas Hindu University. In the years 1999 and 2000, he was awarded Godl Medals for Jyotish Alankar and Jyotish Acharya at the Institute of Astrology, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan New Delhi. Now he is a faculty member at the Institute. He has written two books on Yogini and Shodashottari dasha system. The book - "Predict effectively through Yogini dasha" is a novel path breaking research.