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bspbcp bspbcp from bbsr wrote on 16/02/2023 at 9:17 am
Learned with divine eye sir , Is there any relationship with the sum total Degrees of planets in a sign/house vis- a -vis BCP ?This struck to mind after reading articles (1)Planetary Degrees Prediction(PRSG) & (2)New research in Timing marriage(JT).
bspbcp bspbcp from bbsr wrote on 16/02/2023 at 9:01 am
Respected Mr. Sunil John sir & Team, Namaste. Highly obliged to your publications of books and SA e magazine restoration as a gesture of GOODWILL. Really you have ventured a commendable path after CSP sir. Jitendra Trivedi' s article on new research in timing marriage is really a nice post Kindly post some articles on new BSP(other than those given in the Book) & BCP .
SimplifyAstrology SimplifyAstrology from Mumbai wrote on 26/01/2023 at 5:04 am
Dear Mr. Sunil John & Team,
Immense gratitude and best wishes for this new initiative! The service to Jyotisha by you & team has been simply amazing, no words to express, except a Big Thank You and tons of indebtedness!
As a student and practitioner of astrology for over 2 decades, still so much to discover, unlearn and learn and this journey is made more meaningful through some amazing books published by Saptarishis, written by some very special masters and quality articles!
Invoking blessings of Goddess Saraswati for you & your amazing team- Please keep doing the wonderful things you do! God Bless!

Warm regards
Parimal Aluri
Shanmukha Shanmukha from Hyderabad wrote on 28/01/2010 at 4:42 am
Namaste SA,

I would like to say you have successfully launched "The mission Impossible". B'coz removing rare manuscripts from the households of traditional families is not an easy task. Astrological fraternity will be indeed indebted to the pioneering work of SA family.

The articles are very rich in content and research. Though I don't agree with idea of bringing it thrice or twice a year, but admit that it takes more than an half-yaer to underatand all the articles.

As a ardent follwer of Jaimini System, I like the articles from Madhura Krishna Murthi Sastri, which expose the rare principles from ancient works on the system. Hope GOD bless him long life with happiness.

Article on Blindness is interesting and shows the amount of research the author put in Jaimini System, at times departing from clasical view.
Rajan V.K. Pillai Rajan V.K. Pillai from Trivandrum wrote on 27/01/2010 at 10:26 pm
Great site, loads of informative articles!
Luciana Marinangeli Luciana Marinangeli from Delhi wrote on 27/01/2010 at 5:19 pm
Dear Sir,

sorry, I am not able to fill your form in Guest Book Sign, I do not know the meaning of many requested abbreviations. But since I have appreciated very much your magazine I wish to offer nonetheless my warmest thanks to you and to many of your authors.

In a time like this one in which the space for spiritual knowledge and reflexion on our mysterious world is lessening, such an editorial enterprise is a breath of fresh air and of hope in a possible renovation of the present anachronistic materialistic and superficial point of view .

When travelling in India in the Seventy and Eighty I was very much interested in Nadi Astrology, so I appreciated particularly the articles of Ashutos Kumar, the Sukar Nadi and the Brighu Nadi Jyotisham. Also, since have always cheked as very useful a work by late Doctor B.V.Raman on astrological yogas: Three hundred important combinations, I was very happy while reading his daughter's Mrs Gayatri Devi Vasudev article on Obama's Raja Yoga and U.S.Affairs. The complete works of B.V.Raman circulated in the Jungian Psychoanalytical circle in Italy since its founder, the psychoterapeut Ernst Bernhard, who had brought Jung to Italian Culture, was very deep both in astrology and in Eastern thoughtI and used to calculate the horoscope to each new patient, as Jung himself did.

I appreciated also the Balubhai and Vaghela article on the Illusive Effects of Nodes , a honorable effort to approach this most elusive and deeply interesting subject.

Of course as a Westener I am happy for the participation particularly of T.S.Stokes on M.P.Disorders and of my countryman Ciro Discepolo. In Italy he is a well known and very respected professional, a most dedicated and courageous scholar, a true pioneer. With his staff in past years he took part in the important statistical researches of the Gauquelin couple and of André Barbault, France, the Raman of Europe. Mrs. Maria Grazia Pelaia too who first gave notice to me about your magazine is a pioneer researcher with original thesis on the cult of Great Mother and on macro and micro cosmos.

So my warmest compliments and best wishes!

Last thing, would you mind to choose larger typographical characters ?For me it is quite difficult to read the present characters .And perhaps you could be always interesting with a minor number of articles, perhaps more condensed in numbers on one subject only . Your cultural offer and your fervor are so interesting that I think you would be followed and appreciated however the bulk of the magazine.

With blessins, wishing you and your dearest ones all the best ,

Luciana Marinangeli.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
This message was posted here for Luciana by Saptarishis Astrology. Luciana is a popular and senior writer of astrology from Italy and known as one of the most hard working researchers.

" Prof. Luciana Marinangeli studied pycholinguistics with M.L.Sèchehaye in Geneva and Jungian psychology with Mario Moreno in Rome.She works as author for RAI, the Italian National Broadcasting Company , and has written many books translated in seven countries including Japan. Among the titles, "Humpty Dumpty salta. Storia iniziatica (Humpty Dumpty jumps. An initiation story), Lo Faro, 1983; "Astrologia indiana" (Indian Astrology), Edizioni Mediterranee,1983; "Vivere sereni"( A serene life), Rizzoli, 1885; " Astrologia tibetana" (Tibetan astrology), Edizioni Mediterranee, 1987;"Introduzione all'astrologia indiana" ( An introduction to Indian astrology), Rizzoli1993; "Parlare con Pinocchio" (Talking with Pinocchio",Bompiani 1996; " Contro la sofferenza" (Against suffering), Rizzoli 1998; "Papà allo specchio" (Daddy in the mirror-glass"), Bompiani 1999; "Risonanze celesti. L'aiuto dell'astrologia nella cura della psiche"(Heavenly resonances. Astrology as an help for psychic care), Marsilio 2007. The below came from Luciana's heart

An ecologist since very young, Luciana has very much appreciated the recommandation of the Administrator of not printing e-mails unless really necessary in order to save trees .

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Shunny Nigam Shunny Nigam from Agra wrote on 27/01/2010 at 2:26 pm
I really enjoyed few of last issues specially on Lal Kitab by Sh Rabinderji. Only problem is with article in regional language which I can not read.
Please keep it up
manju gupta manju gupta from delhi wrote on 26/01/2010 at 2:18 am
First let me thank the adminstration incharge of this magazine..I was really impressed by the response from !Truly professional approach which made me a reader of This site.
The magazine is very informative ,articles written by knowledgeable people which the like to share rather than keeping as secret with them...
I did Astrology Acharya cource not to become as pandit just for my inquistive nature and to find few answers to my non ending surprises..I feel site like this and articles [specially I read Vol.7 ...which is full of great articles...

like to thank all the people of this magazine to share their knowledge...
Adam Gainsburg Adam Gainsburg from washington wrote on 26/01/2010 at 2:17 am
Many, many thanks to Admin and the staff of Saptarishis for your hard work and focus on a great magazine. The astrological world is greatly benefitted by your vision to cross previous borders of culture and technique.
shrikant kajaria shrikant kajaria from vishakapattanam wrote on 25/01/2010 at 2:21 am
nice magazine but if it could be in printable version i could store a hard copy also
i submit my highest regards to the writers
Surmil Jain Surmil Jain from Joghpur wrote on 25/01/2010 at 2:20 am
Wishing happy new year to all reader's and publisher's of this magzine.

I am very thankful to all persons who makes great efforts to publish this magzine and make it available for us.

Best of luck for future.
K Vasudevan K Vasudevan from madras wrote on 25/01/2010 at 2:20 am
Today is a an auspicious day & I would like to list myself in this august group.

Vattem.R.krishnan Vattem.R.krishnan from Delhi wrote on 25/01/2010 at 2:19 am
Sapta Rishi Astrology is promoting the efforts to bring awareness of Jyotish to promote a Society of Values.Those who are fortunate to have interest in this Vedic Science are sure to get benefited from various Concepts of Astrology.Certainly it's intention to educate members is towards to see every to have a sound mind in a healthy body.
In this context,the mention of Medical Astrology and it's approach for resolving and controlling the various diseases deserve special reference.
Swapneel Kanetkar Swapneel Kanetkar from mumbai wrote on 22/01/2010 at 4:46 am
Excellent December issue, very exhaustive & informative. Your issues are remarkable in terms of content, articles & instances. We look forward for more excellent articles from your side.

Gr8 work.
Anand srinivas raman Anand srinivas raman from bangalore wrote on 22/01/2010 at 3:15 am
Dear Publishers,
I find your e-magazine very informative. It would be helpful if more of the research of the Honourable Mr. CS Patel is published. I have been a devotee of his Astronomical knowledge of Astrology. His Logic is unassailable. I have used it in various research questions myself and found answers that satisfy my need for accurate methods for predictions.
I will be honored to be called upon to contribute to your efforts in terms of efforts and work.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Dear Sir
Greetings and many thanks for your kind words. There is some work of C S Patel which needs to be translated from Gujarati to English but due to lack of volunteers it is going slow and at a standstill now. God willing in future it would come out.
If we can request you to write an article on your researchers and also what you could learn from Patel Sahebs techniques it would help all of us in understanding his work better and implementing it. It would be a fitting tribute from your end to him.
Kind regards
S. ramjee S. ramjee from chennai wrote on 22/01/2010 at 3:14 am
Thank you all for the jyothish book. Every issue is a gift to astrologers. I am unable to find a suitable adjective to describe the books,they are simply Super
chiranjeevlal purohit chiranjeevlal purohit from Bikaner wrote on 22/01/2010 at 3:11 am
sir,I have been reading the issues of your magazine since may 2009 regularly. I have also downloaded some interesting articles of the previous issues.The article on PANOTI YOGA by sri P.M.PADIA is worth praising and for that I am much thankful for both the writer and the editor.The beginning of the translation of some of the rare books from other languages will also help a lot.With best wishes regards.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Yours is one of the rare posts which encourages an author, which is the main intention of this guest book sign in and hence we must thank you with your heart.
Andrew McDonald Andrew McDonald from London wrote on 21/01/2010 at 12:08 pm
Dear Saptarishis,

It is always a pleasure to deal with you. Professional and courteous. Best wishes to you and your team and for the continued success of your magazine.

Andrew McDonald
Navin Navin from Pune wrote on 21/01/2010 at 5:18 am
I am happy to be have come in contact with this great site. Thank you for great and informative articles.

Best Regards,
Dr. Gopal Dutta Oza Dr. Gopal Dutta Oza from Indore wrote on 21/01/2010 at 5:12 am
Dear Sir/ Madam
I was reading before the Astrological Magazine regularly and having collections of of magazines since 1965 till 2005 ( My father Mr. Ganesh Datt oza was an eminent astrology of indore,M.p.who Collected all these issues)
As there was no other available magazine on this subject after the stoppage of the Astrological magazine, I will be obliged to see your magazine and hope to continue the tradition and standards of the Astrology world.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Dear Sir
Pls register on our site and then log in. After which you can go to the download section , the link of it is at the left side of the menu bar of the site and you can download the magazine.
Hope this helps
Naresh Kumar Kaushik Naresh Kumar Kaushik from Delhi wrote on 21/01/2010 at 5:09 am
I am really indebted to your for providing me the valuable Lal Kitab.
Norah Nasturas Norah Nasturas from British Columbia wrote on 21/01/2010 at 2:16 am
Hi SA (personal name changed to SA)
as you see i am slow but i am reading the articles.

In relation with the article Nadi Method Marriage by Ashutosh, i find very interesting
search, the 9 year is in relation the Nodes cycles (9x2=18)
the 7 year cycle in relation with the Moon (7x4=28) Saturn and Uranus (7 years in a sign).
In my case
the 9 years method give me 6 months before.
the 7 years give me 2 months before, but what i find very interesting is that doing the calculation in the other way, starting with the date of marriage, is possible to adjust the Lagna... and of course time of birth.
I go to do this search, i will tell you later what i find.
Maybe is my ascendent is before the 23 degrees the time between the methods will be more acurate. i move one degree before the asc give me 324 days, then i need to move minutes of degree to have more accurate. i will tell you later what i find. i love to do this calculations.

Thanks for the creation of Saptarishis and the pleasure you give to people.
love Norah

Please Tell Ashutosh a big thank you from me, i love the work he is doing.
Rhoda Rhoda from hyderabad wrote on 21/01/2010 at 2:15 am

Good work from all is appreciated!


Nagarajan.C Nagarajan.C from hyderabad wrote on 21/01/2010 at 2:14 am
The Magazine has been publishing immensely useful articles. I have recommended its readership to many of my friends who are into serious astrological studies and practice.
Jay Ganesh Achary Jay Ganesh Achary from Kota Kinabalu Sabah wrote on 20/01/2010 at 6:15 pm

My heartiest congratulation to your publishing works. I have gone through partly and its really huge in material content. Truly a great effort to bring in ancient manuscipts of this divine science of Astrology to this modern era.

May God bless you for every success.

Om Shanti

Kota Kinabalu Sabah
East Malaysia
Rajanna Rajanna from Hyderabad wrote on 19/01/2010 at 6:08 am
Mahadev Levine Mahadev Levine from Rio Rancho wrote on 19/01/2010 at 4:26 am
Enjoy all the articles and have learned much, thank you.

T.M.Vinod Kumar T.M.Vinod Kumar from Calicut wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:31 am
Saptarishis Astrology is a great magazine which have no equal as far as I know. The contributors are from different parts of the world practicing diverse system of astrology.Each issue is loaded with hitherto unknown but vital astrological theories that help better practice.The team who prepares the journal has taken immense trouble to bring about such outstanding journal. Hope the journal will serve a vast cross section of astrologers all over the world.
vijaya saradhi palaparti vijaya saradhi palaparti from Mumbai wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:29 am
Very useful and full of undisputed knowledge
DS Mathur DS Mathur from UjjainBhopal wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:28 am
It is always a pleasure to go through an issue of SA. I like the write ups on comparatively less known topics in astrology. I particularly liked the articles on Bhrigu. My best wishes. May Lord give you energy and inspiration to keep up the excellent work.
Mohanlal Rijhwani Mohanlal Rijhwani from Ujjain wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:27 am

thanks for the emagzine, as astrology is my hobby.

i am regular reader of saptarishi- it is very useful for enhancing astrology knowledge.

I request u pl add some topics - stock market / financial astrology.

also my request as i am student of astrology - if possible - pl arrange - say seminar or refresher course on prediction astrology.

again my heartly best wishes for success of Saptarishi Astrology magzine.

M. Rijhwani
Christian Luna Christian Luna from Quilmes wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:26 am
Excelente sitio de astrología, Congratulations and thanks. My best regards from Argentina.
Sai Sai from hyderabad wrote on 18/01/2010 at 6:25 am
After reading the available manuscripts which downloaded from the internet few years back, i thought that oh astrology is all this and if i dedicate 1 or 2 years of my life to astrology, then i can also master it. But when i saw Saptarishis Astrology Magazine in the internet and started knowing about different manuscripts, i felt that even if i have the chance to spend few lifetimes in the field of astrology, at the end i will be nothing and i know nothing about astrology. Because it is such a minute and detailed oriented science where it needs variety of skills to master it. I dont have any words to praise the great work undertaken by saptarishis astrology team who are translating ancient and divine manuscripts and trying to decode what the ancients really preached in various forms. I wholeheartedly thank you very much for the great work you people are doing in bringing out the hidden treasures related to this divine science in the form of Saptarishis Astrology Magazine which will be useful to the present and future generations. And i even appreciate the team for one more reason that till Saptarishis Astrology Magazine came out, to my knowledge no other people ever dared to undertake the work of translating different manuscripts available in different languages and make it available to the public openly in the form of magazine for free of cost.
U K Jha U K Jha from delhi wrote on 16/01/2010 at 6:33 am
Dear SA (personal name changed)
There is no point in telling that SA is the best astrological magazine as of date because it is indeed so. You deserve all admiration's for bringing it to the lovers of astrology free of cost.
I would not like to be particular about any article or any author but I must say that some articles on Jaimini published in your magazine deserve special appreciation.

However; there is one area in astrology today i.e. RESEARCH where I cannot help telling following things
Research in astrology has unfortunately become every body's pass time game today. It is not being attached with the seriousness and acumen it actually deserves. I would like to be particular about Jaimini astrology. After going through numerous commentaries and articles it appears as if the scholars have failed to keep track with injunctions of JUS (Jaimini Upadesha Sutra). Research must look like a real research. Hope you would be able to fetch few articles that radiates with some original thought in Jaimini astrology.

U K Jha
Author of Phaladeepika
Cristian Christensen Cristian Christensen from Copenhagen wrote on 16/01/2010 at 2:12 am
I found that Saptarishis Astrology is a main contribution to publish rare gems of astrology. Keep on the good work.

Best Blessings
/ Cristian
Andrew McDonald Andrew McDonald from London wrote on 16/01/2010 at 2:11 am
Dear Saptarishis,

It is always a pleasure to deal with you. Professional and courteous. Best wishes to you and your team and for the continued success of your magazine.

Andrew McDonald
Holly Hall from Spirit Quest Holly Hall from Spirit Quest from Toranto wrote on 14/01/2010 at 5:57 am
WOW I have been writing for your enlightening and informative magazine for over a year. Thank you for the opportunity to be amongst some of the best professionals in the world! You have a wonderful concept, I implore everyone to read and pass it on. Be apart of the change, 2010-2012 is about creating the power within to take charge of your life. in loving kindness, Holly Hall
Ram Chandra Pandey Ram Chandra Pandey from varanasi wrote on 13/01/2010 at 2:19 am
I am very happy to see the regularity of the issues of the Saptarishi Astrological magazine and progressive attitude of the organizers and editors. I would like to congratulate them. Now this magazine is gaining popularity day by day in the whole world. I heard some positive comments about this magazine in New York and Baltimore, USA when I was there in sept.-Octo, 2009
Prof. R.C.Pandey
Ex-Head Of Jyotish Department
Banaras Hindu University
Jeyaram Jeyaram from Hyderabad wrote on 11/01/2010 at 6:09 am
I have gone through all the issues of Saptarishis Astrology. They are simply superb! You are quenching the thirst of knowledge seekers like me through the nectar of quality articles. Although I’m teaching Astrology for some time, I must admit I was not even aware of the existence of some of the ancient literature like Ravana Samhita in English. I sincerely praise you for the great efforts you are putting in unearthing these gems for the benefit of all. The articles on Nadi Astrology & Jaimini Paddathi are a whiff of fresh air. Till now I have seen books and periodicals offering some techniques based on only Statistical Research alone. Saptharishi Astrology is the only one sparking interest in students to do Fundamental Research & Applied Research as well. Each article offers informative knowledge and makes you to think deep. I pray God to give you the necessary strength and resources to move forward and bring out more and more issues of the magazine. Thank you & Wish you the best.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Coming from a scholar like you who is also regarded as one of the finest teachers in ICAS Hyderabad/Secunderabad it means a lot. Thanks for the thing on Ravana Samhita which though not in original manuscript form but is valuable in its mutilated form. So far we receive maximum emails on Ravana Samhita, Sukar Nadi for its novel ancient approach which works to a large extent at times. You yourself have 33 techniques that are not known to astrologers, you are hereby publicly requested to kindly write on it and expand our minds with those hidden techniques. Regards admin
Jay weiss Jay weiss from Vadstena wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:24 am
Thanks to the publishers for providing an excellent free magazine and the authors for sharing their knowledge!

The blend of subjects on such high level articles deserve a special notice.

Good luck in all future publishing!
DS Mathur DS Mathur from Bhopal wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:23 am
A Very Happy New Year to all

I have been reading the magazine since its inception. I have no hesitation in saying that the standard has not only been maintained but it has been consistently improved. A good number of little known, unique and interesting concepts have been brought out in the magazine for which I am sure much effort and research must have been put in. My best wish at the start of a new year of publication.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Mr Mathur is best selling author of
How To Read A Birth Chart (Classic)
How To Time An Event (Best Seller)
Predictive Astrology - An Insight (Classic)
Vedic Progression - A New Approach (Best Seller)
Chandrasekar Chandrasekar from Abu Dhabi wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:22 am

I am a regular visitor of this beautiful and rich with vast Vedic and Western Astro contents. my sincere thanks to all those who are working so hard preserve and pass on this great knowledge to one and all..

Please keep sharing and thank you once again
Finn Wandahl Finn Wandahl from Copenhagen wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:21 am
Dear Sir,
I think making a digital astro-magazine is a very good idea, and by making it available for free you are most certainly doing good service to astrology, and this effort should be saluted.
I have read a number of good and well-written articles in your magazine and these articles no doubt serves as great inspiration to many people. So keep up the good work.
Your magazine could however be improved if its basic concept was narrowed down a bit. It is too ambitious as it is and much too long.
In my opinion a more critical approach toward the quality of the articles is needed regarding research, relevance etc. I seriously think You should get rid of the articles about western astrology and focus on Hindu astrology. If the magazine wants to be a Jack-of-all-trades, then it may end up being a Jack-of-no-trades, which is not in the interest of anybody.

Finn Wandahl
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Dear Finn,
As a friend of ours since many years thanks for your kind comments of encouragement, it means a lot to the team, to our writers and volunteers. Your comments are well taken and we take this as an opportunity to address issues raised by you and others here in a humble manner.

Regarding making it only Hindu astrology, many concepts in Western Astrology does open our minds which is a lacking in todays indian astro students. As you know modern research in Progressions in Western astrology is one of the most superior techniques that Indian Astrology should not avoid.
Saptarishis means Seven Sages or Seven ArchAngels which are there in every culture so astrology for each culture is different, focused and also broad at the same time, you would agree. Out of the box thinking and accepting different systems and cultures is the need of the hour hence Saptarishis Astrology must remain a Jack of No trades though we are tempted to make it only hindu astrology at times considering the distance between mumbai and the west. We are told that Hellinistic Astrology will bridge the gap between Vedic and Western astrology and we await Rob Hand to bring out more on that to explore more.

Regarding the size of the magazine yes it is the complain & suggestion of many. Saturn (discipline and hard work) is one of the key planets which makes one an astrologer but this planet in regards to astrologers have been ignored so far. In Hindu Astrology there are 3000 basic classic books in Sanskrit & Hindi, then some 2000 books written in last 100 years and minimum 30,000 manuscripts gathering dust which libraries would not part with copies easily . To study this would take time and space, an average client assumes that his/her astrologer has read and mastered all the available material before he goes to the astrologer. Whereas these days in last 15 years most astrologers have read 100-200 books in total before he begins practicing astrology. It is due to the sheer size of literature not read so far that scares us as to what is the state of astrology students these days before they venture out practising or writing on forums and this instigation via the size of our magazine (translation of manuscripts that we have started) to visit as many classics as possible is the aim of Saptarishis Astrology.
Re Quality of the magazine it infact should be reduced and as mentioned in earlier Volumes we are trying to reduce the quality so that new entrants in this science can read and benefit out of Saptarishis Astrology.

Some of the secrets of astrology are with you, which if not revealed Indian Astrologers will never ever get it and we once again request you with folded hands to write articles on it.

Love & Light
Saptarishis Astrology
Ciro Discepolo Ciro Discepolo from Napoli wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:20 am
I think that the whole world of Astrology have to thank, a lot, the Admin of Saptarishis Magazine because he is able, with a lot of work and of talent, to collect some best articles like the splendid one of Luciana Marinangeli.
Ciro Discepolo
BIGA christian BIGA christian from nice wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:10 am
thanks for your nice magazine ,where we can already have some vedic or western technique, perhaps more publications( exemple 4 or 6 by year )same a little small, more nadi predictives's techniques, have some papers on the chakra in astrology with exemples as,sapt salaka chakra, savarthobhadra chakra , suryakanal , chandrakanal ,tripataki ,dhrubank chakras.....
some vedic financial articles with exemples.
very important you have also an very good books shop service,very efficient.
i wish you an good continuation.
mr Biga
Robert Koch Robert Koch from Bend, Oregon wrote on 09/01/2010 at 6:09 am
You have my enduring admiration and respect for your continued development of the Saptarishi’s Astrology E-magazine, the best online publication by far of any available today. Apart from the unique content of the magazine, which far surpasses the typical mediocrity of journals on Jyotish on the market today, you also have deeply honored your guru in whose memory you have invested so much energy and love with this publication. Try to proceed keeping in mind the limitations of energy both physically and mentally, however, as by experience the literary projects that have the greatest longevity are the ones that are developed gradually. As is frequently said, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.”

With best wishes and warm regards,
Robert Koch
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Many thanks for your kind comments which encourages the volunteers and authors. We cant call Mr Patel our Guru though he considered us his beloved student, the reason is our knowledge is so limited we could not learn from him anything as he was too advanced in astrology but his love was and is so fulfilling that it automatically showered and opened the Jyotish Nadi especially after his demise, which is the greatest knowledge if rightly tuned if Guru wishes. The reason we dedicate last issue of the year in his name is he was so wronged by many stalwarts in astrology for the sake of money and fame. Last issue was big in order to bring to the notice of the astrologers in Jyotish that so much of material is pending, hidden and all must unite and work to get it out without thinking of name, organization or credit.
Warmest Regards
Souvik Dutta Souvik Dutta from Chicago wrote on 08/01/2010 at 2:22 pm
Saptarishis Astrology has completely changed the face of astrological research in the present era. Be it detailed research platform, be revealing ancient and obscure texts or be it a platform to showcase your genuine astrological talent, Saptarishis has created a brand name. They are detailed, hard-working and motivated individuals and there is not a name in modern astrological practice that would not want to associate with them. If something can be called as the future of astrology, then this it.
Admin Reply by: SA Admin
Thank you & everyone for their kind comments. Coming from a scholar like you it means a lot. And coming from a pure heart it has touched us much more. Admin
Ramadas Rao Ramadas Rao from Fintas wrote on 08/01/2010 at 2:17 pm
Dear Sir,
The book " Orbital Providence ' By Sri Satyanarayana Naik is amazing.His research on Nadi Technics based on our zodiac and earth's four important directions have been explained scientifically.I am actually eager to meet him when I come to India next time.
Another book "Essence of or Researches on Nadi Astrology Vol.-1 by Sri Prof.Negandhi is another marvelous book on Nadi secrets.He has explored most of Nadi secrets based on Saptarshi Nadi and other Nadi Granthas.I have tested some the planetary combinations he has mentioned in the book and they are true to my knowledge.
I wish both of them good health and Divine Blessings be ushered upon them to write more on Nadi Principles.
Ramadas Rao
Astrolger, Bhuvana Jyotishyalaya, Kuwait.
k venkat ramana k venkat ramana from hyderabad wrote on 08/01/2010 at 2:00 pm
I have gone through a part of the magazine so far. as it is a very massive book (magazine) it requires atleast 3-4 months for an average student of astrology to read it. it is indeed an excellent work done. i appreciate the efforts put in to bring out the rare manuscripts translate them in english and provide for the benefit of the students. i can also understand the complexity involved in coordinating different sections of astrologers and bringing them on a common platform. i earnestly request the readers to practice the techniques given in the magazine on number of horoscopes to make themselves perfect on each of the techniques. i also take this opportunity that there should be atleast one or two articles for the benefit of beginners in astrology as all the articles in the magazine are for the students who have already travelled a certain distance in the pursuit of learning astrology.
Dr.S.C.Kursija Dr.S.C.Kursija from Delhi wrote on 08/01/2010 at 12:05 pm
I have gone through all the issue of your online emagazine Saptarishis Astrology. They are excellent. They offer highly informative knowledge on different aspects of divine knowledge on astrology. I am quite sure that you will carry the banner of astrology to intelligent and enlightened readership all over the world. I am with you for this noble cause. I wish you all the best.
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.
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 “undone” . Remember this and slow down and reduce the size of the next issue.
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
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Dear Maam
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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.