This book is a product of intense testing of this dasha in our research classes over a period of many months. The book shows how to predict within the narrow time frame of Yogini Dasha, the shortest of Parashara’s Nakshatra dashas, with rare accuracy pinpointing both the event and the time period within which it is to take place. A prejudice against Yogini Dasha has always existed because of the repetition of the thirty six year cycle twice, thrice or even four times in an individual’s life. Life is not a mechanical repetition of the pattern of life as it has been led in the first thirty six years of life. In the next cycle/cycles of thirty six years life could be totally different. Could this be effectively answered through the repetition of the cycles of Yogini Dasha was the subject of this intense research, and the results is there here in this book. Why Yogini Dasha must be used should be clear to any astrology enthusiast who is in search of a technique of seeing and predicting life’s variegated hues, changing day after day, month after month, year after year and decade after decade. Those who have used yogini Dasha know that for medical astrology, no dasha can give so quick and so effective an answer as this dasha. Those who are familiar with Jaimini’s Chara Dasha can see the clue provided in that dasha which has helped in the unraveling of he mysteries of repeated cycles of Yogini Dasha not becoming a puzzles anymore.
About the author:
From relative obscurity in 1990, K.N. Rao has become one of the leading Jyotish astrologers. He is the retired Director General of the Indian office of the Comptroller and Auditor General, with a life-long interest in astrology, which he learned from his mother. He calls astrology the super-science of the new age. He directs The Astrology School at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi. He is a prolific writer. He believes deeply in research that brings solid results. He is unafraid of redefining ancient Vedic scriptures for modern times. He eagerly seeks out obscure techniques, and, once he has tested them to his satisfaction, adds them to his ever-growing repitore. He is challenging & surprising. He is also cranky & apt to tell a fool what he really thinks of him (and in print, to boot), a fault which I think we should forgive.