Free Beginners Course in Astrology

Saptarishis Astrology wants to contribute to enhancing Vedic Astrology knowledge in society, so people can learn about this ancient heritage of India. We always deliver “Free Vedic Astrology Classes” as far as we can. Don’t miss this opportunity to become part of Vedic Astrology. Saptarishis Astrology is going to launch the Free Vedic Astrology Webinar for Beginners

Free Vedic Astrology Webinar: Answer to Beginner's Questions - 9th Feb, 2023:​

Free Vedic Astrology Webinar Feb 2023

Free Vedic Astrology Webinar: Basic of Karakas & Predictions - 17th Feb, 2023: Due to unforeseen circumstances, we decided to postpone this Webinar. We'll notify you all very soon!

Karakas and Prediction in Vedic Astrology

Free Vedic Astrology Webinar: Traditional Astrology Books & Study - 25th Feb, 2023

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Vinayak Bhatt is a professional astrologer and he has practiced astrology religiously over an extended period of time. He has authored numerous articles for Pioneer Magazine. Vinayak has been the instructor of various eye-opening astrology courses viz. “Ayur Jyotish”, “Vedic Astrology for Beginners, “Jyotishmati Pragya Meditation Program”, “Prashneeyam” and “Market Forecasting” (a stock market astrological course). Some of the aforementioned courses conducted by the author are first of their kind and have never been taught online before in the history of astrology.

Answers to beginner’s questions on getting started in “Vedic Astrology” by Vinayak Bhatt Ji.

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Indroduction of Vedic Astrology

Jyotisha or Jyotishya (from Sanskrit jyotiṣa, from jyót “light, heavenly body” and ish – from Isvara or God) is the traditional Hindu system of astrology, also known as Hindu astrology, Indian astrology, and more recently Vedic Astrology. It is one of the six auxiliary disciplines in Hinduism that is connected with the study of the Vedas.

History and Core Principles of Vedic Astrology

Jyotiṣa is one of the Vedāṅga, the six auxiliary disciplines used to support Vedic rituals. Early jyotiṣa is concerned with the preparation of a calendar to determine dates for sacrificial rituals, with nothing written regarding planets. There are mentions of eclipse-causing “demons” in the Atharvaveda and Chāndogya Upaniṣad, the latter mentioning Rāhu (a shadow entity believed responsible for eclipses and meteors). The term graha, which is now taken to mean the planet, originally meant demon. The Ṛigveda also mentions an eclipse-causing demon, Svarbhānu. However, the specific term graha was not applied to Svarbhānu until the later Mahābhārata and Rāmāyaṇa.

The foundation of Hindu Astrology is the notion of bandhu of the Vedas (scriptures), which is the connection between the microcosm and the macrocosm. The practice relies primarily on the sidereal zodiac, which differs from the tropical zodiac used in Western (Hellenistic) astrology in that an ayanāṃśa adjustment is made for the gradual precession of the vernal equinox. Hindu astrology includes several nuanced sub-systems of interpretation and prediction with elements not found in Hellenistic astrology, such as its system of lunar mansions (Nakṣatra). It was only after the transmission of Hellenistic astrology that the order of planets in India was fixed in that of the seven-day week. Hellenistic astrology and astronomy also transmitted the twelve zodiacal signs beginning with Aries and the twelve astrological places beginning with the ascendant. The first evidence of the introduction of Greek astrology to India is the Yavanajātaka which dates to the early centuries CE. The Yavanajātaka (lit. “Sayings of the Greeks”) was translated from Greek to Sanskrit by Yavaneśvara during the 2nd century CE, and is considered the first Indian astrological treatise in the Sanskrit language. However, the only version that survives is the verse version of Sphujidhvaja which dates to AD 270. The first Indian astronomical text to define the weekday was the Āryabhaṭīya of Āryabhaṭa (born AD 476).

Vedic Astrology Certification Course for Beginners: Paid Course

Are you curious about the stars and what they have in store for you? Unlock the mysteries of Vedic astrology with Saptarishis Astrology’s Online Vedic Astrology Course. Our comprehensive curriculum will guide you through the ancient wisdom of astrology, giving you insights into your life, your relationships, and your future. Learn to read the stars, become a master at predicting life events, and take control of your destiny!

Course Content

By the end of this course, you will get to know the complete basics of Vedic astrology as well as the predictions. The course covers the topics like Introduction, and How to see the Rashi chart in both North India and South India styles. The Ascendant, Houses, Signs, and Planets. Further, the aspects and significance of the planets will be taught in detail.


This course is already witnessed in giving successful training for the Astrology students in its first Batch. Along with the course subject, “Introduction of Vishottari Dasa” and “Brighu Chakra paddhati” also will be explained in the class. 

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