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Prasna Marga (Part II, Chapters XVII to XXXII)

B.V. Raman (Author)
Synopsis Prasna Marga, Part II, is an encyclopaedic work on matters that affect all areas of human life. It carries the original slokas with English translation and copious notes deal exhaustively with Marriage; Children; Causes of diseases as given in Karma Vipaka and the remedies; Matters relating to deities, rulers, war, natural calamities, when to travel and when not; Rainfall, cyclones and storms and their forecasting; Digging wells, details for finding underground water etc.; Theft cases; Lost horoscopes; Dreams and their interpretation as indicators for death of disease and its timings etc. It is a most unique and important treatise on Predictive Astrology worthy of possession by all students, savants and practitioners of Astrology.
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About the author

B.V. Raman

Dr. B.V. Raman was the renowned astrologer and author. He was the Chief Editor of The Astrological Magazine. He had number of titles to his credit. He held a string of titles such as Abhinava Varahamihira, Jyotisha Bhanu, Jyotisha Vignana Marthanda, Jyotisha Ratna, Abhinava Bhaskara, Jyotisha Bhooshana etc. He was a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, London and a Member of the Royal Asiatic Society. Dr. Raman had influenced the educated public and made them astrology-conscious. His special fields of research were Hindu Astronomy, Astro-psychology, weather, political forecasts and disease-diagnosis. He was widely traveled man and addressed the elite audience almost throughout the world.

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Title Prasna Marga (Part II, Chapters XVII to XXXII)
Author B.V. Raman
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition Reprint
Language: English
isbn 9788120810358
length xxiii+599p., Tables; Notes; Index; 19cm.