Mathematical Astrology

Mathematical Astrology

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Item Code: NAC777
Author: Yogesh Kumar Bansal
Publisher: Bharatiya Prachya Evam Sanatan Vigyan Sansthan
Language: Enlish
Edition: 2017
ISBN: 8186089217
Pages: 159
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.5 Inch X 5.5 Inch
Weight 220 gm
About the Book

Astrology has Triskandhas Sindhanta Hora and Samhita ganit is the first skandha on which the other two Hora and Samhita depend. For accurate predictions, sage parashar says that an astrologer must achieve skill in mathematics. This is a perfect work done by Shri Y.K. Bansal to help astrologers to get perfection. Those who wish to improve the percentage of their correct predictions must master the basics given in this book.


About the Author

Shri Yogesh Kumar Bansal B.E. (Civil) Jyotish Visharad, Jyotish Kovid, Jyotish Vachaspati, Senior member of faculty of ICAS Delhi Chapter I which has India’s top most faculty in astrology is an experienced teacher. His defense sevice background made him sincere methodical and dedicated to cause. Shri K.N. Rao has adjudged him the best as student and teacher. He has a record of obtaining highest marks in Jyotish Visharada (1989). He teaches mathematical astrology, Shadbala and Bhavabala Ashtakvarga, Varshphala and also predictive astrology. Sage Parashar’s prescribed qualities for an astrologer if taken seriously by any one he is certainly one of those.



The revised and improved edition is in your hands. The first edition was published in October 1993. The Course material prepared by the Sansthan for the students of astrology is well appreciated by teachers and students both. The work of author does not need any recommendations or foreword. The readers are the best judges and until now this book has been placed in top position. The aim of Sansthan is to make available books on Astrology and Occult Sciences authored by Honest learned and experienced teachers at lowest cost to propagate the Indian heritage. A large number of scientists doctors, Engineers Prof. MBA’s CA’s etc have learnt astrology with the help of the books published by Sansthan. Sansthan has received many letters of appreciation but do not want to publish them in any book which may unnecessarily increase the cost of the books. While reading these books the teachers get clarifications of doubts the students feel the pleasure of getting oral teachings and understand the meanings of astrological sutras very easily. Sansthan is grateful to Shri M.N. Kedar for preparing the revised edition of this book again.

Saansthan cannot forget to thank Shri K.R. Chari a top most faculty of ICAS who has taken the pains to do technical editing of the book.




  Prayer to Ganesh, Goddess Saraswati and the Nav Graha (i)-(iv)
  Preface (v)
1 Chapter 1
Astrological Terminology I
  Solar System, The Earth, Equator, North & South Hemisphere, geographical longitude and Latitude 1-15
2 Chapter 2
Astrological Terminology II
  Celestial Sphere, Celestial Poles, Celestial Equator, Ecliptic, Zodiac, Celestial Longitude, Celestial Latitude, Declination, Right Ascension, Oblique Ascension 17-23
3 Chapter 3
Astrological Terminology III
  Equinoctial points, precession of Equinoxes, Movable & fixed Zodiac, Ayanamsha, Sayana & Nirayana System, Determination of Approximate Ayanamsha, signs, table of signs their extent and lords of singns makshatras, ascendant, tenth house (MC), Table of Ascendants and their longitudes and lords, tables of houses and Ephemeris, Table IV (Corr. For hours and Mts). 25-33
4 Chapter 4
Time Measure
  Sidereal Day, Sidereal year, Apparent Solar day, Mean Solar day, Months, Lunar Month, Solar Month, Years, Tropical Year, Anomalistic Year. 35-38
5 Chapter 5
Time Differences
  Local Time, Standard Time, Greenwich Mean Time, Conversion of Time, Time Zone, LMT Correction Example 5,6 and 7 with Calculations 39-50
6 Chapter 6
Sidereal Time
  Necessity to have the Sidereal time system, Sidereal Time of a given moment 51-59
7 Chapter 7
Sunrise and Sunset
  Sunrise, Sunset, Apparent Noon, Ahas & Ratri Calculation of time of Sunrise & Sunset. Calculation of time of Sunrise and Sunset by method of interpolation 61-65
8 Chapter 8
Casting of Horoscope I
  Forms of horoscope, modern and traditional method of casting horoscope Example 1,2 67-74
9 Chapter 9
Casting of Horoscope II
  Calculation of Ascendant for places situated in Southern Hemisphere Example 1 and 2 75-79
10 Chapter 10
Casting of Horoscope III
  (Modern Method) Graha Spasta/Longitudes of planets 81-89
11 Chapter 11
Casting of Horoscope IV
  Using Condensed Ephemeris 1941-1981 91-96
12 Chapter 12
Casting of Horoscope V
  Condensed Ephemeris 1900-1941 97-101
13 Chapter 13
Casting of Horoscope VI (Modern Method)
  Vimshottari Dasha System, Janma Rashi, Janma Nakshatra, Basis for Vimshottari Dasha System. Calculation of Vimshottari Dasha Balance at Birth 103-107
14 Chapter 14
Casting of Horoscope VII
  Major and Sub periods, Vimshottari Dasha, Antar Dasha 109-112
15 Chapter 15
Casting of Horoscope VIII
  Traditional Method, Rashiman, Calculation of Lagna at Delhi, Calculation of Planetary Position (Longitudes of Planets) Calculation of Dasha Balance 113-119
16 Chapter 16
  Bhavas X Cusp, MC Etc 121-130
17 Chapter 17
Shadvargas Method of Preparation of Divisional Charts
18 Chapter 18
Refreshers Calcualtion of Ascendant and Planetary Positions
19 Saptavarga Calculation 148-150
20 Index 151-153


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