Item Code: NAC351
by Sumeet ChughPaperback (Edition: 2002)
Size: 8.5 Inch X 5.5 Inch
Weight of the Book: 175 gms
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“I have found that whenever we skip over the Annual Chart we do great injustice to ourselves”.
The above are the famous words written by Shri L.D. Madan in the April, 1990 issue of “The Babaji”. He wrote the article when there was a request from many quarters as to how he had predicted that Rajiv Gandhi will not come back as the Prime Minister of India and that V.P. Singh was destined to be India’s Prime Minister. Astrologers who had predicted the return of Rajiv Gandhi as Prime Minister were now running helter skelter and making ridiculous excuses to the public. Again in 1991, Shri L.D. Madan predicted that Congress (I) will come to power without Rajiv Gandhi and the horoscope of Rajiv Gandhi was now sealed forever within his 47th year (ending August 20, 1991). Again, he had demonstrated the excellence of Varshphal.
In this book I have put together a lot of combinations and techniques I have learnt from him for which Jam indebted to him. The readers will find the system of Annual horoscopy of great use and are advised never to miss casting it if they do not wish to go wrong.
Varshphal, Annual horoscope, Tajika system or the science of solar return is a unique feature of Vedic astrology propounded by Hindu seers. It was systematised by Neelkantha in his work ‘Tajika Neelkanthi.’ I have gone through various ancient texts available on this subject in Hindi, Urdu and Sanskrit. In this book I am presenting the conclusions before the readers.
I would like to acknowledge the help and guidance of the greatest astrologer of our times, Shri L.D. Madan during the writing of this book. I also offer my sincere thanks to Shri Sanjeev Kapahi, a learned and noted scholar of Vedic astrology for his valuable comments. I acknowledge the help of Slid Anoop Kashyap and Slid Dheeraj Popli in proof reading and preparation the horoscopes for this book. Lastly, my sincere thanks to Shri Narendra Sagar of Sagar Publications for the pains he has taken in bringing this book before the public.
If any reader has any query regarding the subject matter of the book, they may write to me and will be dispatched a reply within 4 to 6 weeks of receipt of the letter. I also welcome valuable suggestions from the readers for improving the future editions of the book.
Sumeet Chugh at the young age of 27 years has several distinctions to his credit. He is a Chartered Accountant by profession and is employed as a top executive with a finance company. He started learning astrology at the young age of 18 years and gained the true knowledge of Hindu or Vedic astrology under the able guidance of his guru Shri Lachhman Das Madan, editor of the astrological journal- ‘The Babaji’. He has regularly contributed articles to various astrological journals in India.
Today he has over ten astrological books to his credit. (All published by M/s Sagar Publications).
|1.||Varshphal and its importance||1|
|2.||Casting of Annual Horoscope||4|
|3.||Importance of Muntha||19|
|4.||Preliminaries and Planetary Strength||27|
|5.||Lord of the Year||37|
|7.||Planets in Houses||51|
|8.||The Sixteen Tajika Yogas||59|
|9.||The Essence of Important Tajika Yogas||69|
|11.||Cardinal Principles for judging An Annual Horoscope||86|
|12.||Annual Horoscopy and Mundane Astrology||97|
|14.||Practical Applications of Annual-Horoscope||102|
|16.||The Daily-Horoscope and The Hora-Horoscope||112|