Famous Astrologers in India

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Bejan Daruwalla

Bejan Daruwalla, born 11 July 1931, is a popular Indian astrology columnist. He has also served as a professor of English in Ahmedabad. Despite being of Parsi heritage, he is known to be an ardent follower of Shri Ganesh. His astrological techniques combines Indian and Western Astrology, I-Ching, Tarot reading, the Kabalah and Palmistry. Bejan Daruwalla launched his astrology website on 25 April 2003 at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai. This marked the launch of personalised services by Bejan Daruwalla and his team of astrologer on the internet.

Brahma Gopal Bhadury

Dr. Brahma Gopal Bhadury is a master of tantra, yoga, astrology and ayurveda- Kaulachary. He holds postgraduate degrees in 14 disciplines and doctorates in sitar, poetry and philosophy. Bhadury’s father was the late renowned academic, Sir Sudhir Ranjan Bhadury, who died in 1955.

Govinda Bhattathiri

Govinda Bhaṭṭathiri was an Indian astrologer and astronomer who flourished in Kerala during the thirteenth century CE. His major work was Dasadhyayi a commentary on the first ten chapters of the astrological text Brihat Jataka composed by Varāhamihira. This is considered to be the most important of the 70 known commentaries on this text. Bhaṭṭathiri had also authored another important work in astrology titled Muhūrttaratnaṃ. Paramesvara, an astronomer of the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics known for the introduction of the Dṛggaṇita system of astronomical computations, had composed an extensive commentary on this work.

Harilal Upadhyay

Shri Harilal Upadhyay was a Gujarati author, considered as one of the all-time great authors in the Gujarati language. He wrote more than a hundred books, including historical novels, social novels, short story collections, biographies, the great Mahabharat series, children’s literature, poems and Plays. He was used to writing columns and articles in news papers and magazines like Kismat, LokTantra, LokGurjari, JyotirVignan and others, on regular and occasional bases

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