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Art and Practice of Ancient Hindu Astrology: Nine Intimate Sessions Between Teacher and Student Paperback – Import, 23 July 2020
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- ASIN : B08DBZDF5D
- Publisher : Independently Published (23 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 462 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8622129797
- Item Weight : 1 kg 60 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 2.64 x 27.94 cm
- Country of Origin : USA
- Best Sellers Rank: #734,385 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Top reviews from India
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I am well versed with Parashari system and KP system of astrology and this book doesn't add anything to my knowledge.
This book is only good for westerners.
Even the book cover is very debatable. The attire of Hindu sages are not correct and it resembles more like moguls.
Top reviews from other countries
As a 'Western' astrology student, I also appreciated his western twist on the subject.
The only downfall on this book is the minimal reference to the Hindu Dasa system (which he says he explained clearly in his previous book on prediction- that's my next purchase). Also, most of his examples include analysis of planets within a tight orb of a exalted or fallen planet, which is helpful. However, he doesn't say much about wide orbs to friendly or enemy planets. However, he backs that up early in the book by stating that the friend/enemy theory is overrated in his view.
Overall, a fantastic book for a non-beginner (or 2nd level) Vedic Astrology student... a must have that I'll use as a reference over and over again.