Sunday, January 26, 2014

Tips For Lal Kitab Students

Lal Kitab is a significant branch of Vedic Astrology. If you are a student of Lal Kitab, this article is worth reading for you. Our Astrologer Mr. Rajeev K Khattar has given his views on Lal Kitab. Read on to know more...

Lal Kitab

To understand the basic concepts, the students of Lal Kitab should read the book: Lal Kitab – all the parts. Knowledge of Urdu and Punjabi languages is essential to taste the real flavor of Lal Kitab. Acharya Yograj Prabhakar has published an Urdu-Hindi e-dictionary on various terms used in Lal Kitab. This is very useful for the students as well as the practitioners of Lal Kitab. I suggest the lovers of Lal Kitab to download and read it. Lal Kitab teachings make a person practical and humanitarian. The book advocates to respect and help the elders, the widows, and the young girls. The students of Lal Kitab must respect young girls and read Durga Chalisa daily, to have pious thoughts toward the females.

Learn From The Masters

Learning Lal Kitab on your own is time consuming. Without understanding the real meaning of the words, the interpretation can be misleading. The experts of Lal Kitab have shared their experience with others on various public forums. 

To join yahoo group, please click here: Discussion On Lal Kitab

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To decipher the hidden codes of Lal Kitab, please click here: Lal Kitab

To download Lal Kitab e-book absolutely free, please click here: Lal Kitab E-book & Tutorial

Study From Reliable Sources Only 

A number of copied versions of Lal Kitab are available in the market and over internet; however, most of them are not reliable sources. For a detailed and proper knowledge of the subject, go for explanation by Acharya Yograj Prabhakar and Pt. Beni Madhav Goswami. 

Few Important Points 

  • The students of Lal Kitab must not make fun of other schools of astrology.
  • Remedies of Lal Kitab do not harm the opponent, but make native’s position stronger.
  • Lal Kitab should be learnt with philanthropic bend of mind.
  • Respect and help your Parents and Guru.
  • As you sow, so shall you reap. (Jaisi karni vaisi bharni.)
  • Don’t expect gratitude from others. (Neki kar dariya mein daal.)

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