One Hundred Chapters Parashar Hora (With Over 20 Additional Chapters as per the Original Manuscript and Culled Out From Various Manuscripts/Resources and Unavailable in Current Texts Wrongly Named as BPHS. In Set of 2 Volumes)
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One Hundred Chapters Parashar Hora (With Over 20 Additional Chapters as per the Original Manuscript and Culled Out From Various Manuscripts/Resources and Unavailable in Current Texts Wrongly Named as BPHS. In Set of 2 Volumes)

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Author: Om Prakash Paliwal, Uma Shankar Paliwal and P. K. Vasudev
Publisher: SAGAR PUBLICATIONS
Language: Sanskrit Text with English Translation
Edition: 2021
ISBN: 9788194922872
Pages: 1124
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details 8.20 X 5.50 inch
Weight 1.90 kg
About the Book


Why this book has been titled as "Parashar Hora" is succinctly elucidated in the 'Preface'. This holistic text is also as per the ancient statement and record, namely 'Parashar Hora'. This book endeavors to explain the relevancy of additional chapters, missing until now, to give a comprehensive presentation of Rishi Parashar's lore in a lucid form which makes the intricate subject clear, practical and logical.

The special focus of this book is to make the ardent readers aware of the salient features as to how it is distinct from the other transcripts on the subject, available thus far. Immense strenuous efforts were made to collect, collate and combine all the available manuscripts and other related published material contributed by the eminent contemporary writers and commentators and then the sequence of subject matters is aligned to make it coherent and authentic. This book adduces certain critical features which were never attempted before. One hundred chapters fall in line with a verse: ...walk.. raid. appearing in the Uttara Khanda of the text collated by Shridhar. Amongst the other contemporary writers of the related treatise, Sitaram She, Devchandra Jha, Tarachand Shastri to name a few, have formatted this text covering between 71 and 101 chapters, but in most of the cases 20 odd chapters were not from 'Hora Shastra'. These details are available in the introductory note: 'The specialties of this book... This note also minutely explains the logic behind the deletion of inapt Shlokas, the addition of relevant Shlokas and also the rearrangement of some Shalokas and chapters. Besides, here, the treatment of some of the subjects is so unique that will fill the void for the readers to experience. These 20 odd supplementary researched chapters culled out of the published and manuscript materials are unavailable in any text of Brihat Parasara Hora Shastra (VHS) of the present time. Trust with this value addition, the esteem readers will get immensely benefited and many of their lurking doubts and absence of synergy will get addressed.

The special focus of this book is to make the ardent readers aware of the salient features of this Vedic text on astrology and how it is distinct from the other transcripts on the subject, available thus far. Great concerted efforts were made to collect, collate and combine all the available manuscripts and other related published material contributed by the eminent contemporary writers and commentators and then the sequence of subject matters is aligned to make it comprehensible and authentic. The name of this holistic text is also as per the ancient statement and record, namely 'Parasara Hora'. This book adduces certain critical and important features which were never attempted before.


This book in one hundred chapters falls in line with the description or narration: “होरा शताध्यायी सर्व पाप विनाशिनी" verse as appeared in the Uttara Khanda of the text collated by Shridhar. Amongst the other contemporary writers of such treatise, Sitaram Jha, Devchandra Jha, Tarachand Shastri to name a few, have formatted this text covering between 71 and 101 chapters, but in most of the cases 20 odd chapters were not from 'Hora Shastra'. These details are available in the introductory note: 'The specialties of this book'. This note also minutely explains the deletion of inapt Shlokas, the addition of relevant Shlokas and also some Shlokas have been rearranged purposefully so are the chapters. Besides, the treatment of some of the subjects is so unique that will fill the void for the readers to experience. These 20 odd supplementary researched chapters culled out of the published and manuscript materials are unavailable in any text of the Brihat Parasara Hora Shastra (BPHS) of the present time. Trust with this value addition, the esteem readers will get immensely benefited.


About the Author


Om Prakash Paliwal: After completing M.A. (Economics and Pol. Science), LLB, joined government service in 1955 and rose to class-1 gazette officer in 1963. Later, entered in Indian Economic Service in 1964 and superannuated in 1986.


While in service, actively engaged in research work, which continued thereafter rather much assertively. In this period Om Prakash contributed many researched articles in Astrological Magazine, Paliwal The Times of Astrology, Planet and Forecast and other such publications. Facilitated creating 'Vara-Vadhu Milap', which is being published in Vishwa Vijay Panchanga for many years. Article on 'Astrology in Vedas' was published in 'Kalyana Patrika', Jan. 1999 issue of Gita Press, Gorakhpur. Also Translated 'Graha and Bhava Phala' of late Sh. B.V.Raman into Hindi in 1998.


M.A. (Economics, History), M.Phil, M.B.A., Executive Director (R.B.I.) Retd. He developed interest in astrology from his childhood duly influenced by the environment of research and study of Vedas and astrology of the family. After retirement, he helped his father in writing this book.


He retired as an Executive Director from one of the largest 'Public Sector Undertaking' of the country. Later on, he was associated with a leading business house as a management consultant for over 20 years. MBA and PG Diploma in Marketing from U.K., he has done 'Jyotish Visharad' from ICAS, New Delhi. In the past over two decades, he is passionately devoting his time to Vedic Astrology which he is pursuing as a hobby and PK Vasudev sharing his experiences with the curious aspirants who have reposed great confidence in this divine science. In this process, he authored three well-acclaimed books, namely, 'Vedic Astrology in Money Matters', 'Maan Sagari' and 'Laghu Parasari'.

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