The most difficult of the classics in Vedic Astrology is the Upadesha Sutra of Maharsi Jaimini. Needless to say there are many scholars who have studied this when they reach that level where they have a fairly good mastery over the standard texts and have digested Brihat Parashara Hora Shastra to a decent level of competence. A competence that allows their minds to move through the sutra like thread in a needle stitching the various sutras into a fine cosmic diagram.
Devaguru Bṛhaspati Centre (DBC) announces its series of Vyāsa Workshops to be held at Delhi, India.
The first theme for this series is Marriage and Relationships which are, perhaps, the greatest challenge facing our times today as women try to carve a new role for themselves in society and men seek working partners and have various desires, little known to them.
MR#01: First Marriage-Relationship Workshop
DateSunday, 19 April, 2015 (Vaisakha Śukla Pratipada)VenueConference Room II, Main Building, India International Centre, New DelhiRegistration₹ 2000 | email@example.com
Every aspect of life is touched inconsiderable detail as a new bond is made.
2015 Conference and Workshops
23 to 27 April 2015 London, UK.
The Workshops are with Pandit Samavedula, Komilla Sutton, Andrew Foss, Sanjay Rath
B.A.V.A 2015 Conference WebPages
The Faculty of Esteemed Vedic Astrologers: Pdt Sanjay Rath, Sarbani Rath, Pdt Samavedula, Lakshmi Ramesh, Komilla Sutton, Andrew Foss, Geoffrey Pearce, Gordon Brennan, Keiko Ito, Gary O-Toole. A brief biopic is included below.
Workshops on Thursday and Monday:
The Theosophical Society, 50 Gloucester Place London W1U 8EA. Nearest tube station Baker Street.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Programme:
11/13 Mandeville Place, London WIU 3AJ, UK.
The Jaimini Scholar Program (JSP) is perhaps, the greatest and most detailed jyotiṣa study available on this planet. It is no mean feat to study this in depth and finally get certified after facing the viva-voce. This program was conceptualised and taught in the traditional manner by Pt. Sanjay Rath at Almora and Bhimtal, Himalayas.