Take the name of any flower, fruit, god, river or mountain and ask any question you want. You will get your answer. That is what the treatise Kevalagyana-Prashna-Chudamani means for you. Whatever you ask – whether it be about life or death, profit or loss, union or separation, happiness or sorrow, or about something that has been stolen, the time when someone who has gone abroad will return, whether you will have son or daughter, or whether you will win or lose a court case – you will automatically come to know the answer. Kevlajnana-Prashna-Chudamani is a small but important and miraculous book of prashnashastra or the art of divination through asking questions.
Prashnashastra is regarded as a part of astrology which tells the questioner about what his horoscope says according to the question asked by him. In astrology there are three ways in which answers are given to questions: by knowing the time when the question the question was asked, on the basis of the nostril through which you are breathing, on the basis of the letters of the question. Of all these, the third method is more psychological and authentic. It is this method which has been explained in detail and in very simple terms in the present work. It explains how answers to a question asked can be obtained from its letters or by arranging it in the five groups of letters and asking the questioner to touch these. The scholarly editor has enhanced the usefulness of the book by writing a long introduction to it and attaching several appendixes. This new edition of the book is a clear proof of how handy it has proved to be.
This book is in Sanskrit with Hindi Translation.