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The 27 Celestial Portals by Prash Trivedi
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The 27 Celestial Portals

by Prash Trivedi

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With his insightful, logical and astute observations, Prash Trivedi has added immensely to contemporary understanding of the Vedic knowledge. His book is indeed a Book of Nakshatras. Its a unique, interesting and captivating read. The author is a definite Vedic seer.
  prasidhphi | Feb 5, 2016 |
A must-have for interpreting the panchangam (Vedic annual calendar).
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0940985845, Paperback)

It is common knowledge that the 12 star-signs map the sky and set the stage for the drama of life. This book expands this awareness manifold by revealing that it is the 27 constellations, and not the 12 signs, which truly map the ecliptic and provide the celestial backdrop for affairs on earth. Instead of taking away from the widely recognized meanings and significations of the 12 signs, they enrich them with a whole new depth of perspective and interpretation.

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It is common knowledge that the 12 star-signs map the sky and set the stage for the drama of life. This book expands this awareness manifold by revealing that it is the 27 constellations, and not the 12 signs, which truly map the ecliptic and provide the celestial backdrop for affairs on earth. Instead of taking away from the widely recognized meanings and significations of the 12 signs, they enrich them with a whole new depth of perspective and interpretation.… (more)

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