Ancient Science: What are kApha, pittA, vAtA and vAyu

pitta, vAtA and vAyu are another of those huge stream of terminologies which all use loosely, with everyone having a different meaning and a different understanding. Just like astrology, mantras, sthotrams and many other ancient concepts, these also have degraded over time and taken on a totally different form and meaning in modern times and… Read More

Astrology: Of expansion, extension, motion and time

As I had written in the blog on “Explaining the physics of motion“, the motion that we all experience and play with, i.e., movement from one physical location to another physical location is similar to movement within an airplane while the airplane itself is moving towards a destination. Our motion within the airplane makes no… Read More

What is common sense?

Wikipedia defines common sense as: “Common sense is sound, practical judgment concerning everyday matters, or a basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge in a manner that is shared by (i.e. common to) nearly all people.” What is forgotten here is, this “practical sense” is actually shared equally by all living beings. We do not… Read More

Ancient Science: viShNu, kRShNa and rAmA

As I have indicated in my book “A research of Shiva: The Enigma“, Shiva, Isha, Rudra and the various other references used to “indicate Shiva” are completely different from each other. The reason all these tend to indicate the same concept is because of the projection of the higher dimensions onto a lower dimension of… Read More

Ancient Science: Force in nature

In modern science we recognise too many forces. But there are four fundamental forces that are recognised. Gravity, electromagnetic force, nuclear force(weak and strong). It is also suggested that these can be unified into a single force which manifests in different forms, yet the unification is far from explainable by our science. Moreover, forces in… Read More

BPHS – Translation of Chapter -1

The BPHS or bRhat Parashara hora shastram is considered to be the primary driver for a number of Sanskrit works on jyotiSha. As I have indicated a number of times in many posts in this blog, there needs to be a certain level of understanding before a knowledge strikes you in a totally different meaning… Read More

Astrology: Breaking the cause-effect chain

I had written in the previous blog about the differences between data-accumulation systems and logic based system. I had further said how the reality around us can be considered to be an accumulation of data, where “the changes” can be considered as data. As these changes or data accumulate, paths get created sustained and extended,… Read More

Astrology: Data-Accumulation systems vs Logic-based systems

In the modern world, we have created computers that applies processing to data and modifies input data according to the applied processing. Meaning, if we have two data, say “2” and “3”, to this we apply a simple processing of say mathematical addition, we get a modified output data as “5”. Now, we can create… Read More

Astrology – technology of ancient science – Part 2

As I have written in the first part 1, astrology should have been an application of the science described in these Sanskrit literatures. Given that these literatures describes how manifestation occurs from that truth, creating a map of the individual paths of observables using this described science is equivalent to predicting the future(what we call… Read More

Astrology – Redefining the terminologies

As I had written in the blog “Astrology – technology of ancient science – part 1“, given that ancient Sanskrit literature deals with manifestation of the un-manifested truth into this reality around us, we should be able to apply the described science to map all paths that are considered to be the existences in this… Read More


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