Showing posts with label Lal Kitab. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lal Kitab. Show all posts

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. 

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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.)

Saturday, December 21, 2013

Do’s and Don'ts According To Lal Kitab Vaastu For Good Living

Home is where the heart is, but many make mistake in constructing or maintaining this beautiful home. Well, Lal Kitab is here to give you some useful tips and remedies that will make your home a better one. 

In Lal Kitab each and every aspect is seen very seriously with respect to Vaastu as well as Astrology. Lal Kitab tells us what to do and what not to do as per our Horoscope and Planets. The same way Lal Kitab also tells us the Precautions that we have to take care when Vaastu is concerned by taking our surroundings into consideration.
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In this article I would like to mention certain things which are mentioned in Lal Kitab that will be very useful for all the readers with respect to Lal Kitab. 

  • The first and foremost point is, one should not live near a cremation ground and on the place where there is Cremation ground. As this will slowly make the owner and the residents deprived of their children and their comforts. As such, it is strictly advised not to live on and near cremation ground. 
  • But, if one come to know of the existence of a cremation ground after the construction of the house, then the remedy would be to make water bore in east and north east direction to rectify or lessen the Malefic effect.
  • Whenever, there is a function or some occasion at our home, we burn coal in the backyard to prepare food. But, what we forget is to clear the coal residue, we instead cover it up with mud and sometimes just wash it. This practise should not be followed. As this may cause problems at home, specially if any one in that house is born with Mars in 8th house. The remedy for such a situation is to take out those ashes from the hole/pit and throw it in some flowing water and fill those holes with water and then fill them with new mud.
  • I have come across few homes which have a room at the extreme right corner that doesn’t receive much sunlight. So, they come up with measures to get the room brighter, but what i would say is keep the room its natural way. Do not try to bring in light your way, this will spoil the good effects of Saturn. Remedy for this is that if you want to make that room bigger by increasing its roof height then we should make another roof on top of it and the break the first one (OLD) and put some waste material from that roof in the newly made roof.
  • These days it is a trend to have fully concreted floors from corner to corner, which is not at all good for the ladies of the family. So, it is advised as per lal kitab to keep Kacche (raw ground) floor in the house which will help the females in the house. Also, keeping flower pots in the house with flowers is good. The flowers should be without thorns like cactus at home.
  • People having bad Mars should not live in south facing house as it will ruin their lives, no one will have happiness in such a house. Further, this will have a bad effect on the women of the house, with health problems. It is advised to fix a silver wire on the main gate of the house from one pillar to another without any joint in one piece under the door or dehleez during day time.

I am sure that all the readers who will be reading this article will surely get benefited through this knowledge of Lal Kitab. Its applications related to day to day problems in a practical and easy way by taking certain precautions and simple remedies.

By M S Kondal

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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Lal Kitab: A Significant Branch Of Vedic Astrology

Lal Kitab

What Is Lal Kitab?

Lal Kitab is a set of five books in Urdu on Astrology and Palmistry. It was written in the 19th century and published between 1939 and 1952. It is based on the Samudrika Shastra, which is a part of the Vedic tradition, is the study of ‘face reading’, ‘aura reading’ and ‘palm reading’.

Samudrika Shastra is a Sanskrit term that roughly translates to “Knowledge Of Body Features”.

Lal Kitab is a unique system of Astrology, now popularly known as the “Lal Kitab System Of Astrology“.

There are total of five books. However, the author of the original version is still unknown. Pandit Roop Chand Joshi, who is a resident of Pharwala village rewrote the currently available five books and hence recognised as the master of this field of science.

Lal Kitab mainly gained its popularity because of the fact that it provides simple and easy to understand remedies for various planetary afflictions in the horoscope.

Lal Kitab’s Cultural Effects 

While religious and Vedic astrology suggest remedies, which might require tedious work, like Yagna, Pujas performed by scholars, wearing expensive gemstones and travelling to far away Holy places. Lal Kitab suggests simple and easy remedies for day-to-day problems like offering bread to dogs to overcome differences between father and son.

Since the remedies prescribed in Lal Kitab bring in good results and are simple and easy to follow, its cultural impact has gone beyond imagination. Many have imbibed these practises into their daily routines, like throwing a coin into the river while crossing it, to avoid any mishap; feeding grass to cows, for prosperity. Lal kitab has become so popular that some of the Farmaans have become proverbs not only in Urdu, Sanskrit, and Hindi, but also in many other languages.

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Lal Kitab – Scattered Pearls

By Jagmohan Mahajan
“Everything was going good, but somebody’s evil eye ruined everything!”

Sharma Ji was complaining this to his wife.

His wife answered, “You used to say that if we got some money everything will be fine! Now, you have also invested the money collected by our daughter from her salary. But, again you started yelling at poverty!”

These were the details of the conversations had in a house.

Let’s now move toward another.

Chopra Ji’s daughter got divorced. They got approximately Rs. 75 Lakhs after divorce. He invested the entire amount in business and planned to return the money to his daughter at the time of her marriage or give her back.