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Jyotiṣa (Sanskrit jyotiṣa (Devanagari ज्योतिष), from jyótis- „light, heavenly body“: also anglicized Jyotish and Jyotisha) is the Hindu system of astrology (also known as Indian astrology, Hindu astrology, and of late, Vedic astrology). Read More: >HERE<

Vastu Shastra (vÄstu śÄstra, also Vastu Veda, „science of construction“, „architecture“) is a traditional Hindu system of design based on directional alignments. It is primarily applied in Hindu architecture, especially for Hindu temples, although it covers other applications, including poetry, dance, sculpture, etc. The foundation of Vastu is traditionally ascribed to the mythical sage Mamuni Mayan. While Vastu had long been essentially restricted to temple architecture, there has been a revival in India in recent decades, notably under the influence of V. Ganapati Sthapati of Chennai, Tamil Nadu (b. 1927), who has been campaigning for a restoration of the tradition in modern Indian society since the 1960s. Read More: >HERE<

Vedic astrology was developed by the ancient sages of India over 5000 years ago. Called Jyotish, the science of the light of life, it is part of the Vedic wisdom.

This includes Ayurveda, Vastu (Vedic architecture) and Yoga.

The Vedas and the vast Vedic Literature, mankind’s oldest and most sophisticated body of knowledge, detail the relationship between astronomy, astrology and human beings.

Vedic astrology is a powerful medium which can be used to understand ourselves through the study of the stars and the constellations.

It predicts and offers remedies for mundane difficulties as well as guide posts to an individual’s spiritual path.


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