VIJAYAWADA: The Andhra Pradesh DGP on Wednesday ordered a probe against the Vijayawada police commissioner and sent him on leave without posting, following allegations about the 1992 batch IPS officer harassing women and sending suggestive texts seeking sexual favours. The action came after a TV channel telecast the cop’s purported conversations and SMSes.In his 18-year career, P S R Anjaneyulu, a close confidant of DGP Aravinda Rao, has been embroiled in several controversies.
This time around, he sent a slew of SMSes to a Vijayawada doctor, demanding sex. Initially, he sought the doctor’s medical advice, but then started harassing her over phone and told her that he ”liked her”. This was followed by an SMS proposing ”a long term relationship”.During one such conversation, the officer, a father of three, suggested, ”Next time you should wear a sky blue sari and let your hair loose. I like you that way.” Most of his phone conversations and SMSes were between September and October last year. However, she spoke out after she couldn’t put up with the harassment any more. Anjaneyulu remained defiant. He said TDP leader Vallabhaneni Vamsi had set up the doctor to defame him. ”Yes, the SMSes were sent by me. I have given them knowing well that the woman was Vamsi’s relative and she was acting at his behest,” he said. He added he only wanted to check to “what extent” Vamsi would go. Sources said the Vijayawada top cop had harassed several other women and girls, asking them for sexual favours, when they approached him with their problems. According to the police commissioner’s call details, he called several women from his official number. “I am open in all issues. You too should be open in talking to me about any thing, including sex,” one of his SMSs read. A lecturer in a Vijayawada college had to shift to Bangalore to flee his sexual advances, sources said.
A widow, too, was “trapped” by CP when she went to him with a complaint against her in-laws. A resident of Gannavaram in Krishna district, she was allegedly lured by the CP when she sought his help in getting her share in the property of her in-laws. Women’s groups and rights activists have demanded Anjaneyulu’s suspension and a probe into his activities. “Anjaneyulu is a law unto himself. He is an extortionist in police uniform. He is an armed goon and the biggest threat to civil society,” said Jaya Vindyala, an activist of the People’s Union of Civil Liberties.

Jyotish Notes: Transit of Saturn over the Lagna (Virgo) have proved to be devastating for this officer of the Indian Police Service (IPS) which coupled with the transit of the nodes in debility in the 4th house (home) and tenth house (work) threaten to disrupt life and career.

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An article by Pandit Sanjay Rath with an introduction by Das Goravani

Raghunandan Das Goravani das@goravani.com
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This is a very old article created from some mails in the Goravani Jyotish List by Raghunandan Das Goravani. A more comprehensive explanation of the Karma Theory is in available in this video presentation

Raghunandan Das Goravani wrote

Pandit Sanjay Rath’s Article on free will is below my [Goravani’s] introduction here. See below the dashed line for his article. I’m simply re-posting Sanjay’s letter in response to another thread on my astrological list. I want this to be labeled correctly, so I’m re-posting it, and I want to share this as an example to friends on both of my lists. My motivation is mostly to show by example the detail of what Brahmins talk about as regards the science of karma, to spark interest, to blow minds, to shift paradigms, and the like, hopefully all for the benefit of souls, and the glory of Krishna.

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Rath wrote: Cities have tremendous satva guna to keep so many human beings together in such a small space but in the process the human beings tend to brush their rajas in a bad way thereby spoiling the beauty of the city.

Ramakrishna A [ramakrishna_blr@..]: With respect to your above mail I have few queries. Could you please clarify?
While it is true that cities pack a lot of people in a small space, they don’t care for each other in cities. For example, most of the people in big apartments don’t even know who their neighbor is. On the other hand, in villages people really come forward to help you (sometimes even to the extent of irritating for being intrusive) Is n’t this Sattva guna?

In a joint family people also lived in one building. If most people in a building do not talk to their neighbours then you can see how the *people* are – full of tamas and not wanting to even take the bare responsibility of being a nice neighbour. Is it the fault of the city or the fault of the people? The sthana devata of the city is bringing people together in huge buildings like living in a joint family and yet they end up ignoring each other. Satva dominates in the space, in the energy of the city or sthana devata to bring people together but tamas dominates those who are ignoring their neighbors.

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The word Vaastu refers to a shelter, either for the self or deity. Vaastu Shastra means the science (shastra) of construction of a Vaastu whereas Shilpa refers to the art of making it aesthetic and appealing to the senses of the inhabitants of house/ building. The science of house building is very ancient in India. The knowledge has come down from creator Brahma through an unbroken succession of sages.

According to the Vishwakarma, the celestial architect, Lord Brahma was the first recepient of this knowledge from Lord Shiva as a part of the Vedas, just like He received the knowledge of Jyotish. Vaastu Shastra as is practised presently is based on the 125 verses contained in Brihat Samhita of Varahamihira. This very point indicates the vital link between Jyotish and Vaastu. Unfortunately, what the standard Vaastu experts are applying today is the use of temple architecture in homes and offices. There is a need to use the Astakavarga and other charts of Vedic Astrology along with Vaastu principles for every individual home, provided this is to be designed for a particular person to occupy for a long period. If instead flats and apartments are being designed for the general public, then the standard principles can be used.

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Extracts from book: Brhat Naksatra by Sanjay Rath
[continued]…We are not empowered with this knowledge to debunk theories about avatara is they do not confirm to the requirements of the charts.

Shri Chaitanya is Krishna avatara [True]

Shri Chaitanya: Amsha avatara

Shri Chaitanya appeared on February 27, 1486 at 5:56:40 pm LMT at Navadwip, India (88 E 22?, 23 N 25?) which was a Wednesday on Purnima (S15) tithi in Purva Phalguni nakshatra belonging to Atri-Moon group showing the creation ray. Now, Shri Krishna also comes from the Atri-Moon group with Rohini as the Janma nakshatra.

The second requirement of the Moon and Lagna is also met as the Moon is in Leo Lagna and both are in Purva Phalguni nakshatra having the Atri-Moon ray and showing the possibility of an avatara of Vishnu.

Both Shri Krishna and Shri Chaitanya have Saturn in Jyeshtha nakshatra. The 7th house shows the conditions for reincarnation and in the chart of SHri Krishna, Saturn is in the 7th house in Jyeshtha nakshatra in Scorpio which indicates an island (Mars rules Scorpio) as the likely place and the name of the place of birth of SHri Chaitanya is Navadwip where Nava means ‘new’ and dwip is from dvipa meaning island. The atmakaraka in the chart of Shri Krishna and Shri Chaitanya are the same as the ishta devata indicating the merger of the atman and ishta devata indicator planets implying that the ‘higher and lower bird on a branch’ theory will not apply as the soul is already one who has realised his higher self.

From the above we can safely conclude, based on these criteria that SHri Chaitanya is an amsha avatara (partial incarnation) of Shri Krishna (specific avatara pointer for amsha).

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The ‘Bhrigu Samhita’ is a treatise on Jyotish (Vedic astrology) compiled by ‘Maharishi Bhrigu’ during Vedic period. Although the available evidence suggests that this was compiled over a period of time by the various Sisya (Students in the lineage) of Maharishi Bhrigu.Symbolically, all creation begins from Venus which represents Semen, the seed of all creation. That is why the beginning or the seed of this vast knowledge was sown by Maharishi Bhrigu the father of Sukracharya (Venus). Jyotish is considered the Fifth Veda compiled during the Treta Yuga. (The first four are the Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva Veda which are Sruti ’s having been heard by the Maharishi’s from the mouth of Lord Brahma). Maharishi Bhrigu compiled about 5 lakh horoscopes and recorded the life details and events of the persons along with their ages. This formed the database for further research and study. This study culminated in the birth of the science (Shastra) of determining the quality of time (Hora) and is the Brihat Parasara Hora Shastra.

However, the compilation of the horoscopes seems to have continued for some time and these compilations are now found in the form of records in palm leaf manuscripts all over India. Often we find the principles of horary astrology, horoscopy and other branches of Vedic astrology being used therein to explain the events that have happened or are likely to come by. The primary database is based on the Rasi Chart (12 signs) and the ten variables of Navagraha and Lagna (i.e. Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn, Rahu, Ketu & Lagna). The total permutations/ possible horoscope charts that can be drawn with this is about 45 Million[1]. It is believed that about 5 lakh horoscopes (half million only) are available in the Bhrigu Samhita spread all over. Let us examine some of the claims in the light of this knowledge.

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1. Jaimini Maharishi’s Upadesa Sutra, (1997) A translation of the original Sanskrit work of Maharishi Jaimini. This text decodes the teachings hidden within the numerical correspondence of each Sanskrit letter relative to the meaning of the verse.
2. Crux of Vedic Astrology: Timing of Events, (1998) Detailed information on the various houses in Vedic astrology and an introduction to the use of Divisional charts, Narayana Dasa, Shula Dasa and other Jyotish tools. An important text to understand Sanjay Rath’s style of horoscope interpretation.
4. Vedic Remedies in Astrology(2000) This book explains various principles of remedial measures in Hindu astrology. The astrological relationship between deities, mantras, yantras, gemstones and many other tools are explained. Well know for the large section on mantras as well as many case studies.
3. Narayana Dasa, (2001) This book is a definitive explication of Narayana dasa which is a Vedic timing technique utilizing the signs of the zodiac.
5. Varga Cakra, (2002) This book is a collected work of various students of Sanjay Rath presented at the Vyankatesha Sharma Varga workshop in 2002. Each chapter focuses on a different divisional chart with multiple case studies.
6. Vimsottari and Udu Dasa’s, (2002) This book explains the multitude of conditional naksatra dasas mentioned in Brhat Parasara Hora Sastra.
7. Collected Papers in Vedic Astrology, (2006) Sanjay Rath traveled extensively between 2002 and 2006 teaching workshops through the Sri Jagannath Center. This book is a collection of revised and expanded workshop presentations given during that time period. Topics included: badhaka, ghataka chakra, hora lagna, sarvatobadra chakra, kalpadruma yoga, pancha mahapurusha yoga, naksatra techniques, nadiamsa, manduka dasa, rudramsa, longevity and dream interpretation.
8. Brihat Nakshatra, (2008)

Vedic Remedies in Astrology

Title: Vedic Remedies in Astrology (VRA)
Author: Sanjay Rath
Publisher: Sagar Publications
Published: 2000
Price: Euro 22.00 (International Orders including shipping)

For the first time a book on Vedic Astrology not only consolidates the various types of remedial measures available in the sacred literature, but also shows how to read the horoscope and recommend Vedic Remedies.
The author explains the classification of remedial measures on the basis of Guna (Nature) and cautions the astrologer against indulging in black magic and other forms of black tantricism that will only destroy his good karma. The Scientific study of phonemes called Mantra Shastra has been explained in considerable detail, showing the importance of choosing the correct mantra with illustrative calculations.

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