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R.C.Srivastava R.C.Srivastava from agra wrote on 08/01/2010 at 11:04 am
SAPTARISHIS is an excellent contribution to spread the light of jyotish in modern world of science and technology.
May divine bless all involved in its creation.
R.C.Srivastava
KN Rao KN Rao from Delhi wrote on 08/01/2010 at 6:06 am
My Dear SA (name deleted)
I am not surprised that in your Kumbha mahadasha in Chara dasha and Meena and Mesha antardashas you have launched this massive digital magazine which is a big strain on my weak eyesight. In Kumbha-Vrisha your life of single blessedness should also end.
I read some articles which appear to be gems excavated out of lost traditions. I am ofcourse referring to Madhuri Krishnamurthy Shastry.
But you have also published some articles which are abusive and unresearched pieces. Avoid it to keep up the dignity of an academic journal.
If you can improve the font size by making it larger and reduce the size to say total four hundred pages, you can sustain interest of your readers and not get exhausted soon and struggle to find new writers. Well begun is not always half done in astrological journalism as I have seen so many journals die prematurely. More often than not well begun is soon โ€œundoneโ€ . Remember this and slow down and reduce the size of the next issue.
K.N.Rao.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Sir, thanks for your kind comments of encouragement. There is a zoom-in feature in the Pdfs or flash versions but if one prints the mag, it does not happen. Will increase the font size and had earlier increased it from 11 to 13.5. Regarding the controversial article, you might be referring to, in the final released edition it was edited.
We remain indebted to you for Vishnu Sahasranaam & for revealing the real secrets of D60 to us few years back (probably it was Oct 2004 if memory serves right) which changed our mindset from spending time in forums to more real inner work in astrology. The magazine will be undone within few years when we finish with the 300 BSP techniques & hand over the mag to someone. Our time is short hence such long volumes. Regards, Admin
Chandrashekhar Sharma Chandrashekhar Sharma from Nagpur wrote on 08/01/2010 at 5:58 am
It is after a long time that I am looking at an astrological magazine that is devoted to bringing out the ancient knowledge of our seers in the field of the divine science of astrology. It is heartening to note that instead of being confined to monthly predictions for Rasi, that are too general to warrant any serious attention, the whole thrust is on providing knowledge of different methods of predictions. The effort to bring old manuscripts to public notice is also laudable.
Ajitkumaar Ajitkumaar from Henstedt-Ulzburg wrote on 08/01/2010 at 12:29 am
The last volume is a a very big task for which you have invested a lot of time and energy. I congratulate you whole heartedly for this. I wish you best of luck in your endeavor.
Gayatri Devi Vasudev Gayatri Devi Vasudev from Bangalore wrote on 04/01/2010 at 4:19 pm
I have gone through the December issue of your online magazine SAPTARISHIS ASTROLOGY. It offers highly informative fare on different aspects of astrology coming from respected figures in the field. I am quite certain your efforts to take this ancient yet contemporary science to an intelligent and enlightened readership worldwide will add to the momentum generated by my father Dr.B.V.Raman's endeavours to present the subject as an academic discipline. I am sure father's blessings are fully on you. I wish you all the best in this effort which is close to my heart too.
Best wishes,
Gayatri Devi Vasudev
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Dear Maam
Thanks for inaugurating the Guest Book with your kind comments, it means a lot

It is most strange, whenever I have faced depression or some troubles while running the magazine in the last 2 years I would only remind myself to ask 'What would Raman Saheb' have done in this situation, how would he have faced the e... of Indian astrologers and still gotten good articles from them.

Infact the next issue I wanted to start a dedicated column for Raman Sahebs work and am still planning on creating something unique in that regard. For 2 years its been a constant pain as we have felt guilty that we did nothing in memory of Dr Raman.
Ernst Wilhem Ernst Wilhem from Yakima wrote on 01/01/2010 at 5:53 am
It is very nice to see a quality Jyotish publication being made available, and that without charge. There are just so many thousands of Jyotish techniques and Saptarishis Astrology is a needed portal to bring this to the attention of the many developing and professional astrologers around the world. I find each issue to be wonderful food for thought.