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    The Books of Nakshatras - English - Sagar Publications

    Author: Prash Trivedi
    Publication: Sagar Publications
    SKU: SAGAR_E76
    ₹ 700.00
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    It is common knowledge that the 12 star-signs map the sky and set the stage for the drama of life. This book expands this awareness manifold by revealing that it is the 27 constellations, and not the 12 signs, which truly map the ecliptic and provide the celestial backdrop for affairs on earth. Instead of taking away from the widely recognized meanings and significations of the 12 signs, they enrich them with a whole new depth of perspective and interpretation. These 27 cosmic transmitters were known to most ancients across the globe, as the celestial quarters of the gods. Their knowledge, however, has been most well preserved in the Vedic heritage of India, where they are known as Nakshatras. In addition to containing a 23 pronged dissection of these celestial portals, this work contains 27 colored picture images that capture the functioning of these constellations in a way that words cannot. It is our hope that you will enjoy this cosmic journey as much as we have enjoyed making it available to you.

    Prash Trivedi is one of the world''s foremost authorities on Jyotish. His full name "Prashant" has been shortened to "Prash" just for his Jyotish works. "Prash" being an anagram of "Parashar". His ancestral background includes notable Sanskrit scholars, writers, astrologers and Ayurvedic practitioners. From a very young age he was surrounded by ancient vedic mythology & cosmology.

    He pursued his higher education at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. After completing his degree, he received an invitation to undertake a spiritual pilgrimage to meet the Elders of the Hopi native American Indian tribe of Arizona.

    ISBN: 8170820588

    Pages: 488

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    Author Prash Trivedi
    Publication Sagar Publications
    Language English
    Cover Paperback
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