Astrology is the study of the movements and positions of the sun, moon, planets, and stars in the belief that they affect the character and lives of people. Also, different sections of society believe in different astrological concepts. Indian astrology is known as Vedic astrology or ‘Jyotisha’. The Indian astrology gives importance to the 9 planetary deities or ‘Navagraha’. Astrology is simply a way of seeing the world and positioning ourselves within a larger cosmic conversation. To benefit from astrology’s wisdom, you don’t need to “believe” that the planets are impacting our day-to-day lives (i.e., Pluto traversing your house of relationships isn’t causing drama with your beloved). It’s about synchronicity, mirroring, and looking to these starry entities for a clearer picture and a sense of cosmic dialog. Every planet has its own area of influence on humans, physically, their personality, and traits exhibited. Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn have the special angle of aspect, besides being in direct opposition. Astrology is a divine knowledge and it can show light through spiritual healings to a person who is surrounded by the darkness of miseries around him. Astrologers have come to the conclusion that there is a connection between the heavenly bodies and the human being on the earth. The astrologer’s motto is “As above, so below” – astrology is based on an understanding of synchronicity between what happens in the heavens above us and what happens in our daily lives. This underpins all astrological work, whether it’s a chart interpretation or a prediction. Astrology is best understood as a symbolic language that can help us gain insight into our personality traits and into the energies which surround us on a daily basis. Astrology can be used in many different ways: as a psychological tool to aid self-understanding, for example, or as a timing device to help plan when to start a new business, invest, or get married. An understanding of astrology can draw out the nuances in relationships between people and it can also answer questions about major life decisions and choices.


‘Ritualism or karmakand,’ is a practice, the practice of communion with the Divine, the practice of our Upanishadic philosophy, and the tenets of Vedanta through the actions of our body, speech and mind. Religion pervades many aspects of Hindu life, and religious observance is not limited to one location, time of day, or use of a particular text. It assumes many forms: in the home, at the temple, on a pilgrimage, through yogic practices, dance or music, at the roadside, by the river, through the observation of one’s social duties and so on. Vedic astrologers use charts and planetary positions to make predictions; they use their powers of meditation and intuition to perceive certain patterns and trends and forces that act upon an individual based on their karma, as reflected in their birth chart, and intuit how they interact with forces operating in the larger cosmos at the current time. It is about probabilities and trends and currents that pull our lives and psyches in certain ways—it is not about fatalistic proclamations or specific predictions of what will happen when. All of our Vedangas recognize the supremacy of purushartha (individual effort through the exercise of free will) to counteract what is written in our stars, for better or worse. What is written in our stars is the recording of the karmic fruits of our own actions and exercise of free will in the past, which are then divined through astrology and other such practices. Practices vary depending on location, but generally speaking, the worshiper might approach the temple to give thanks, to ask for assistance, to give penance, or to contemplate the divine. Worship is tied to the individual or family group, rather than a service or congregational gathering. Puja occurs on a daily basis, or even several times throughout the day, as well as at specific times and days at local temples, and with abundant festivities on the occasions of great festivals.


Palmistry is an ancient science . In India palmistry was called Hasta Samudrik Shastra. Where reading palm or lines of hand meant scanning through the blueprint of one’s life. Palm is a mirror of our personality and it reveals our basic instants of our past and future . Since ancient times, people have been curious about knowing the fate and understanding the destiny of the people. It is this spirit of inquiry, which gave birth to the world of predictive sciences or the various services of astrology. Palmistry, also known as Chiromancy, is an inherent part of the predictive science of astrology. It is truly surprising how a person’s hands can be so insightful. Each line on the palms of a person speaks of certain traits and events that will occur in the individual’s life or has occurred in the past and the present state of mind. Just like no two persons will have the same fingerprint, the palm lines are also very intricate. The study is actually very complicated and any person without a palmistry practitioner cannot decipher the hidden codes randomly and also interpretations cannot be thrown in any general direction as such. Each and every individual to have their own journey of life and the palm lines actually decode the dynamism of the journey. The unknown fact is that the lines of the palm change as a person grows older and along with those lines the fate also takes its own shape. In fact, even the shape, size, length, and colour of your fingers have to be taken into account while making predictions in palmistry. The study is not transitory rather it has to go on forever until the last breath of the individual .A good palmist can guide our Life Purpose and Life Path. Hand Analysis -based counseling can be used for self-discovery, relationships, career options, marriage , abroad settlement, recovery from depression, opportunities , progeny etc .


Historically Vastu dates back to the Vedic times. Although there is a reference to Vastu in several ancient books, Mayamata and Manasara are the most important ones. Being a technical subject it was confined to the Sthapathis or architects. Vastu Shastra, the architectural science with roots in ancient India, takes into account environmental factors that we may be unaware of yet influence the quality of our lives. Vaastu Shastra is an ancient system of designing buildings. It helps in maintaining a dynamic balance between Form and Energy to create harmonious homes and other buildings. They laid down several principles for constructing a building taking into account the five elements of nature. Vaastu Shastra is an ancient system of designing buildings. It helps in maintaining a dynamic balance between Form and Energy to create harmonious homes and other buildings. Vastu touches every aspect of our lives. Vastu homes provide us with a healthy and secure life. Offices built on Vastu principles enhance sales and productivity. Building a dream home needs vigilant considerations and apart from the good architectural design and construction techniques, the location of the plot affects the energy of the residents through our life. Vastu compliant factories can promote the efficiency of the workers and minimize the breakdown of machines or other types of equipment. Malls and retail outlets can see the boost in sales. In short modern societies can benefit from Vastu in a lot of ways.  Today we have so much moved away from nature. Either we are confined to the four walls of our home or office. A walk on the city roads is far from relaxing. In such a scenario the principles of Vastu need to be correctly applied to our buildings and we shall ourselves experience excellent results.