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27 Stars, 27 Gods: The Astrological Mythology of Ancient India Kindle Edition
About the Author
- ASIN : B00AUO85JE
- Publisher : 108 Books; 1.0.1 edition (27 December 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 3906 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 162 pages
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But for a new beginner in Nakshatra Astrology, it is quite a good, helpful book.
Price of physical copy is too high for a 160 page book which doesn't contain all the information. I am happy I purchased Kindle version for quite less.
It is a work based on original thought and original work and efforts. But let me warn you. It is not a work on Astrology. It is work on Nakshatras as a scholarly rendition of understanding pursuing a query and performing a scientific evaluation of Vedic and puranic sources. Secondly, those who do not know anything about Vedic knowledge, may not buy it. However, those who are serious readers and seek some real understanding and also those who want to undertake study in astrology, they should definitely go through it. It is another thing, that he has given some of his own interpretations. But, that is as per the craft of scientific evaluation of the sources which he has referred. Worth money and time spend on it. Those who swear by Vedic knowledge and Sanskrit language may just try to peep into it and learn how to be humble and then claim glory for the things for which they shout with pitched screams about their greatness. A great work.
Secondly, those who read it on Kindle on PC, they may use Bookerly Font. In Georgia Font, many Sanskrit Transliterations do not appear correctly. The boxes appear. That destroy the continuity of the comprehension. Those who know Hindi or Sanskrit, they may manage.
One thing more, his paperback editions are too costly.
Top reviews from other countries
Very pleased with this product
I reread it and find useful information every time. Thank you Vic for your great book!