Untold Nakshatra Jyotish

Vedic Astrology

Book 3
Gaurish Borkar
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This book is your everyday friend philosopher and guide. First it explains 7 principles of joyful living. Then it explains how Vedas is an integrated science. Finally, it helps you with daily astrological guidance. This includes Muhurta, compatibility with friends and partners, beneficial and not so beneficial planetary positions. It also offers various remedial measures for each Nakshatra.

Every Nakshatra has a deity and a symbol. Various stories are associated with each deity. The book explains hidden meaning of each story. The book also explains hidden meaning of a symbol of Nakshatra. We have given original references from Vedas for various Vedic stories to maintain the originality.

Nature of person born in each Nakshatra is explained along with rulership of each Nakshatra of various material items. Even here original references from classical texts have been provided.

Every Nakshatra has an allocated tree. We have given Ayurvedic medicinal properties of a tree for each Nakshatra.

Every Indian festival is based on Nakshatra. You may wonder why a festival is on a particular day. This book answers the question. It also explains how you can take advantage of every Indian festival for your prosperity.

Now days many of you are interested in Astronomy and stargazing. I have given astronomical information of each Nakshatra. This may help you while observing the sky.

This is a holistic guide on Nakshatra based astrology. It can also be used as a reference for everyday activities. It shall enhance your understanding of your own personality and help you to live a prosperous and joyful life.

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About the author

Mr. Gaurish Borkar was first introduced to Vedic astrology when he was a teen and got his first degree in astrology when he was just 14. He comes from a traditional family and his grandfather Shree. Haribhau Borkar was well known astrologer from Goa India. Even though Gaurish could not get much guidance from his grandfather as he died when Gaurish was too young, inherited knowledge was always in the blood. Gaurish got guidance from his cousin grandfather for next few years. After practicing Vedic astrology successfully for more than 6 years, Gaurish realized that just ability of accurate prediction is not good enough but ability to provide a solution is more important. Therefore, he started learning various remedial measures like Reiki, gemmology, hypnosis and NLP along with traditional remedial measures. He started his practice of Vedic astrology again after studying various remedial measures for more than 16 years. Now days he enjoys to evolve people and help them to achieve their goals, rather than just predicting their future.

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Gaurish Borkar
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Dec 24, 2018
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335
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Body, Mind & Spirit / Astrology / Eastern
History / Asia / India & South Asia
Religion / Hinduism / Sacred Writings
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