Category Archives: Jyotish

Historicity of Vedic and Ramayan Eras

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas has published this book after 6 years of multidisciplinary scientific research. This book gives the exact dates of events narrated in Rig-Veda & Ramayana, calculated astronomically by using planetarium software. It will change the way in which the history of the world particularly of the Indian sub continent is written.

Contact: Saroj Bala, Director, I-SERVE Delhi Chapter, C-II/107, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021. Mobile: 09015858557, 09811343548, 09958008787, Email:


Breach of matrimony

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The Journal for Advancement of Stellar Astrology (JASA) is a free, bi-monthly international journal for the propagation and development of stellar astrology and Krishnamurti Paddhati. Any body can sign in from the WELCOME page. A Blog by name Astrojasa is with full of ideas and clarification.

The Journal for Advancement of Stellar Astrology, has completed ONE FULL YEAR !!The current issue is the Anniversary Issue and it is, as usual, different from the other issues. You can see here.

Astro Medicine – A Doctor’s Perspective

Predicting the Date of Delivery

WOW Astrological Calendar

WOW Astrological Calendar 3.5 | 12.23 Mb  [trial version]Astrological Calendar helps you handle the short term influences affecting your horoscope. The Calendar displays interpretations for each day and hour and lets you plan your days ahead! letitbit Homepage –

KP Starone

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KP StarOne is an advance astrology program for followers of KP System. It is probably the only astrology program based on WYSIWYG technology ( What You See Is What You Get on printer). It has many advance features like Advance Event Finder, Chart/ Birth time adjustment, House rotation, built-in KP Ephemeris, Muhurt Selector and Transit besides KP significators, 4-Step Significators, Aspects & Ruling Planets. It is one of the most accurate astrology program and uses Swiss Ephemeris for very accurate planetary positions and houses. [get it

Horary Astrology and the Judgment

Horary Astrology and the Judgment of Events By Barbara H. Watters – Publisher: Valh..alla 1973 | 220 Pages | ISBN: 0912356049 | PDF | 131 MB

This is a classic of Horary astrology. This book by Ms. Watters is refered to time and again for resolving otherwise unsolveable horary question. depositfiles

Horary Astrology

Horary Astrology: An Introduction to the Astrology of Time By Derek Appleby –Publisher: The Press 1985 | 208 Pages | ISBN: 085030380X | PDF | 113 MB

Horary astrology is the art of interpreting a chart of the heavens drawn for the precise moment a question is posed. In this respect it is the purest form or predictive astrology. Here the author describes the theory, basic techniques, interpretation, and the traditional ways questions are resolved.  depositfiles

Dr.KSR Prasad Presentations

Ayurmitra Dr.KSR Prasad at 

On request all Presentations and Papers by Ayurmitra Dr. KSR Prasad is pooled here. Follow Technoayurveda Ayurmitra Dr.KSR Prasad on Slideshare

  1. Ayurveda Atyayika Chikitsa
  2. Avenues for Research & updates in Ayurveda
  3. Opportunities & Obstacles in Ayurveda
  4. Unveiled Scientific Facts of Ayurveda
  5. Chikitsa Interpretation of Agni
  6. Clinical importance of Pittadhara Kala
  7. Ambrosia for Youthful Longevity
  8. Vajikarana & Sexology
  9. Rasaaushadhi In Geriatric / Aphrodisiac Practice
  10. Vajikarana – The Ancient Semen Farming, (Eugenics) / Sexology
  11. Application of Vajikarana & Rasayana in clinical practice -2009
  12. Science and technologies of Samsodhana karma
  13. Validation of Vasti for futurity
  14. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)
  15. Ayurveda Today for Managing Tomorrow
  16. Ayurveda Nutriceuticals in Genitourinary Tract disorders or Mirror
  17. Excellence of Rasaaushadhi In Ayurveda Practice1
  18. Excellence of Rasaaushadhi In Ayurveda Practice2
  19. Madhumeha (Diabetes) Management
  20. Impotency – A Birds Eye View
  22. Bhutagni in Liver 
  23. Impregnable mind in somatic pathology
  24. Management of Pranavaha srotas Diseases “Ayurvedic Pulmonology”
  25. Anaemia Control through Ayurveda
  26. Conceptual study of Mootravaha Srotas
  27. Beautake- A Symposia on cosmetology
  28. Gender Specific diseases of Ayurveda W.S.R. to Male Erectile Dysfunction
  29. Abhyanga – An external Oilation therapy – (MASSAGE)
  32. Vamana – A scientific approach
  33. Dhanyamla Bahiparimarjana
  34. Scenario of Panchakarma standardization
  35. Rakta Pittam
  36. Identifying and managing “Manyasthambha” (Cervical spondylarthritis)
  37. Uttara Vasti in Male – A scientific approach
  38. Moordhni Taila chikitsa
  39. Introduction to Kshudra Kusta (11) & Vicharchika with its management
  40. Terminology of Kayachikitsa
  42. Jara Shastra::A study of Dhatupaka
  43. Avrutavata and its Chikitsa
  44. Issues of Neuro ageing -Text
  45. Issues of Neuro ageing -PPT
  46. Encrypted Ayurveda to Decrypted Evidence-txt
  47. Phytonomy-Plant Anatomy
  48. Wow Breast Oh Bra 4 U
  49. Pumsavana – Choice of child 
  50. Clean off Madhumeha vis-à-vis Diabetes with Sadabahar  / Vinca rosea
  51. Queen of Herbs – ASPARAGUS (Shatavari) as Multi target Drug

Astrology – Jyotisham / Others

  1. Vaidya Jyotisham – AstroMedicine
  2. Quest for Key in Astro-Medicine
  3. Astrology Utility in Patient Care
  4. Result of Quest
  5. The Message form Water
  6. yoga templets 

Periodical Publication
Amruta Bindu Issue-01 Issue-02  Issue-03 Issue-04 Issue-05 Issue-06&07 Issue-08 & 09   Issue-10 & 11 (10&11mirror)
Amrita Chikitsa Vani – Jan 2009 – Feb2009

MA Jyotish admissions

Scientific Dating of Ancient Events

I-SERVE Delhi Chapter undertook a R&D project on the Scientific Dating of Ancient Events from Rigveda to Aryabhatiam, as National Seminar on “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events Before 2000 BC” held on 30th & 31st July, 2011, which had two parts:

  • To ascertain astronomical dating of planetary references in ancient Sanskrit manuscripts by making use of planetarium software.
  • To correlate such astronomical dates with corroborating archaeological, geological,anthropological, paleobotanical, oceanographic, ecological and remote sensing evidences.

Till now we have been told that prior to 1500 BC,Indiawas uncivilized and that the Aryans, who came fromCentral Asia, pushed the uncivilized inhabitants towards the south, who later came to be known as Dravidians. We are also told that these invaders were the ones who set up the first civilized society inNorth India. Multidisciplinary and purely scientific research has shown that this premise, which was based on linguistic guesswork, is not correct.    Scientific evidences from different sources and research studies have revealed that indigenous civilisation has been developing inIndiafor last 10000 years and many of the events mentioned in Vedas and Epics appear to be true and are capable of being scientifically dated.

The premise on which this seminar was organized was that 99% of the research outcomes being presented during the Seminar were not known to 99.9% of Indians. Therefore many questions already agitating their minds and those raised during the deliberations at the seminar were answered on the following lines by the experts/scientists on the basis of the latest scientific research reports:

  1. The astronomical dates of planetary references in ancient books calculated by the eminent astronomers by making use of planetarium software, indicate the development of an indigenous civilization in India from dates even prior to 6000 BC.  Astronomical references in Rigveda represent the sky view of dates belonging to the period from 8000 BC to 4000 BC and those mentioned in Ramayan refer to sky views seen sequentially on dates around 5000 BC. These dates are exclusive and match sequentially.
  2. The ecological references in ancient books, especially those relating to melting of glaciers and fluctuations in water volumes of ancient rivers, seem to corroborate such astronomical dates. Recent research reports on paleoclimatic changes have revealed that, after the last ice age and in the beginning of the Holocene, the glaciers first melted near the equator i.e. in south  India, and civilisation started developing on the Banks of the rivers which started flowing there. When populations multiplied, these river waters became insufficient and some more adventurous people started travelling from south to north. Such northward migration continued for several centuries & finally when these people reached the banks of Himalayan Rivers, they got climatic conditions conducive to long term development of civilisation on the banks of these rivers providing security of water, food & shelter. Thousands of years later, when some of these Himalayan Rivers become non-perennial or started drying up, some of these people moved towards Central Asia andEurope. As per ecologists this ecological cycle has been repeating itself and will get repeated after every ice age.
  3. Remote Sensing pictures taken by ISRO, corroborated by geological reports, have revealed that a mighty river system, referred to in Vedas and Epics as Saraswati, was flowing with full majesty around 6000 BC. The river slowly dried up and almost disappeared around 3000 BC. These conclusions have been supported by sedimentology, hydrogeology and drilling data. These conclusions not only support the astronomical dates of Vedas and Epics but also support such references in ancient books.
  4. The oceanographic reports on fluctuations of water levels in the oceans have revealed the existence of many coastal archaeological sites, either submerged or now found land locked, dated from 7500 BC onwards e.g. Hazira, Dholavira, Juni Kuran, Sur Kotda, Prabhas Patan and Dwarka etc. These supported the historicity and dating of many events mentioned in our Epics i.e. submersion of Dwarka in Mahabharata era and use of Ramsetu as land route in Ramayana era.
  5. The paleobotanical research reports have revealed that certain cultivated varieties of plants, trees and herbs, which are mentioned in Vedas and Epics, have existed inIndiacontinuously for more than 8000-10000 years. Remains of cultivated rice, wheat and barley have been found belonging to 7000 BC; melon seeds, lemon leaf, pomegranate, coconut and date palm etc relating to 4000BC; lentils, millets and peas etc from 3000 BC; use of reetha, anwla and shikkakai for making shampoo since2500 BC. These plants remained in use continuously indicating that there was not any abrupt end of ancient Indian civilisation as is normally being taught in schools and colleges.
  6. The latest archaeological excavations have revealed large volume of new data which has proved the indigenous origin and development of civilisation in the Indian Subcontinent since 7000 BC. Some examples are: Lahuradeva, Jhusi, Tokwa and Hetapatti in GangaValleyin the east; Mehrgarh, Kot Diji and Nausharo in Indusvalley in the northwest; Lothal and Dholavira in the west. The material testimonies of these excavations have shown gradual cultural developments from the 7th-6th millennium BC in the entire region of Indus-Saraswati-Ganga system for a period of almost eight thousand years. Thus archaeology is also supporting the astronomical, ecological and anthropological conclusions that Aryans were originals of India, they have been creating and nurturing a continuously developing civilisation for last 10000 years and dispersal probably happened the other way round.
  7. The anthropological research reports have established that DNA dating for paleolithic continuity starts from 60000 BC. The Genome studies during the Holocene have revealed that the genetic profile of humans settled in north, south, east and west of India is the same and has remained the same for the last more than 11000 years. It is also significant to note that the inhabitants of the Harappan civilisation were not a mysterious people of unknown biological origins, or migrants from western/centralAsia, but they were the indigenous people identified with the pre/early Harappan cultures of northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. Therefore, contrary to the popular belief, the Dravidians as well as north Indians have common ancestors and both are originals ofIndia, have common genetic profile and thus had common ancestors.

They emphasized that all these multidisciplinary scientific research reports, presented during the Seminar, prima facie establish that indigenous civilization has been developing in India for last 10000 years and that all Indians share their genetic profile, therefore, it is time to move away from the linguistic theory of Aryan invasion and raise our heads with pride as nurturers of the oldest civilization in the world.

Sh. Y.K. Gaiha, IRS (Member of BIFR) briefed the participants about the public welfare and business opportunity created by this kind of research and particularly by this National Seminar:

  • The presentations during the Seminar have the potential of uniting all Indians by bridging the North-South divide which is based on only linguistic guesswork, having no scientific basis. These also raise their self esteem.
  • Focus on harnessing drinkable water underground trapped below dry paleochannels of ancient rivers like Saraswati and Drishadwati can help resolve some of the water-scarcity problems in selected areas of water scarcity.
  • Seminar creates huge potential for promoting tourism e.g. if a transparent tube and an underwater museum are created at the site of submerged Dwarka city, the entire cost can presumably be recovered during first one year and tourism in India will enter the next generation facilities.
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