Parashara Jyotisa Course 2020-24

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Objectives
The Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course (PJC) is to be taught in the tradition of Puri, India and includes spiritual instructions to develop the mind in order to grasp the entire subject. The student is to develop a keen understanding of Vedic astrology and will master all the śloka of Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra (BPHS).
The syllabus primarily includes the jyotiṣa classic Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra as available today.

Meaning of word Jyotiṣa

by Pandit Sanjay Rath
5th May 2015
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Jyotiṣa as a subject is very vast. Firstly, why is the subject called Jyotiṣa? Why was it not given some other name? When we talk of Jyotiṣa, it is the name of the Sun God, one of the names of the Sun. As a Sun God is Jyotiṣa, so you are supposed to be like that Sun, shining bright. Where you go, the Sun must shine. You have to give light where there is darkness.

Notre-Dame fire

Notre-Dame Cathedral went up in flames on Monday in a roaring blaze that devastated the Parisian landmark, a searing loss for the city and for France. Let us examine the charts for the event.

Natal Chart: Fifth Republic: Oct 6, 1958 at 6:30 pm CET – the approximate time of the fixing of the seal to the new Constitution.

Narendra Modi 2014 Chart

The swearing in chart of any government is very important to know not only what is happening during its 5 year term but also no its return to power. The Modi government took oath and came to power on 26th may 2014 no at 6.11 PM, New Delhi. Tulā Lagna with both 5th lords (power) Rahu and Saturn (exalted, retro) in it shows centralization of power but the retro Saturn shows that this will be like a sadhu, a Chanakya wielding the whip to keep the country together.

We have seen all that.

Panchanga Intro

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Bala Jyotisa

Pañcāṅga refers to the five limbs of time. The quality of time is defined by the pañcāṅga and these are ruled by the pañca devatā – Sūrya (agni), Durgā (jala), Gaṇeśa (pṛthvi), Rudra (vāyu) and Viṣṇu (ākāśa).