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“Laghu Parashari”, a great ancient text which explains how Vimshottari Dashas should be applied, also known as Udayan Pradeep, along with “Madhya Panishari” aka “Ududaya Dasha" and published together, has been translated in many languages. However there was dearth of a detailed commentary that explained the principles of Vedic Astrology, behind the results indicated in the text, nor was there any commentary that indicated how the lower level Dashas at all levels, in Vimshottari dasha system could be used to divine what is likely to happen in future. The fact of these texts being only focused parts of the Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra and the year to be used for delineation of Vimshottari dashas was also less known due to brevity of the available commentaries.
Chandrashekhar Sharma is an engineer by training' having done his Diploma in mechanical engineering in 1965; He is also an associate of the Federation of Insurance institutes (India) and an Associate of Institute of insurance Surveyors and Adjusters. A sympathizer of cause for farmers for his region of Vidarbha, he has run a dairy and is u lover of dogs and animals in general, having bred and exhibited his dogs of many breeds. He was a member on the animal husbandry committee (Central l India] for devising an action plan for preservation of national biodiversity set up by government of India. He is currently on the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Forest Management since 20l5. Chandrashekhar has been learning Iyotish for over 50 years. He started learning when he was 8 years old, initially from his father. His grandmother was also an astrologer, who learnt the science from her own ancestors. A firm believer of astrology being Vedanga [limb of Vedas] and thus to be used for helping those in distress, he follows the family tradition of not charging for astrological readings. He has delivered lectures on Vedic astrology at many astrological conferences in india and abroad. He lives in Nagpur located at the center of lndia with his wife, Sulakshana, Son, Daughter-in-law two grandsons and two dogs and operates a small distribution company