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March 23, 2007
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JAMINI
RAMAN Dr B V
Studies in Jaimini Astrology £4/$7 PB

This is a handy reference book, but as many larger works have subsequently appeared on Jaimini Astrology this little book has been somewhat superseded. 148 pages

 
SURYANARAIN RAO B
Jaimini Sutras £4.50/$8 PB

The author is the famous grandfather of BV Raman. This is a translation with full notes on the first two Adhyayas or literally lectures by the Sage Jaimini. 208 pages

 
RAO K N Karakamsha & Jaimini’s Mandook Dasha £6/$10 PB
The book is divided into 3 sections. First Karakamsha, the Navamsha position of the Atmakaraka, is reviewed and then Jaimini’s Mandook Dasha, followed by three chart examinations. 114 pages

 
NARASIMHA RAO PVR
Vedic Astrology – an Integrated Approach £12/$21 PB

The author has found time to write an excellent computer astrology programme, moderate an Internet discussion group with nearly 2000 members and be a leading young scientist as well as teaching astrology and writing a good textbook. This comprehensive book includes Jaimini techniques with sections on Chart, Dasha and Transit analysis. 437 pages

 
RATH S
Jaimini Maharshi’s Upadesha Sutras £13/$23 PB

An explanation of all of Jaimini’s original Sutras. A number of riddles hitherto confronting vedic astrology have been resolved including the difference between Chara, Sthira and Naisargika karakas, the distinction between ‘karakamsa’ and ‘swamsa’ and the use of special ascendants in deciphering and timing Rajyoga/Dhanyogas. However the essential Katapayadi Sutra table has errors and should be taken from the author’s web-site. 421 pages
 
RATH S
Narayana Dasha £8/$14 PB

Narayana Dasa shows general results and is based on signs and the progression of the ascendant in a person’s life. As one Dasa ends and another begins, so one sign ends and the next becomes the progressed ascendant. The author shows how this works in natal charts, in divisional charts and in mundane matters as well. 241 pages
 

RATH S
Crux of Vedic Astrology