Lal Kitab and its Remedies
Lal Kitab and its Remedies
What is Lal Kitab? Lal Kitab (literal English - Red Book) is a holy spiritual text compilation book. Lal Kitab is also referred as ‘Astro-Palmistry’. Lal Kitab’s background is based on the Hindu-Jyotish Astrology. Lal Kitab is also regarded as part, branch or part development from the Vedic astrology; like a subset. Vedic times go back to about 4,500 to 5,000 years. Therefore, Lal Kitab is also based on planetary movement-positioning. Lal Kitab is an integrating set of five astro-palmistry (Urdu texts) books with inclusions of Palmistry. Lal Kitab ’s later roots can be dated to the 19th century. Background of the Lal Kitab is the Samudrika Shastra (part of Vedic).
Samudrika Shasta (Sanskrit) refers to the bodily interpretation, like facial, body language, hand reading, body analysis etc, that has been coming down from the ancient times. It has been part of the Vedic traditions. Besides Hindus - Buddhists and Jains also have been following this.
There is no particular Author of the Lal Kitab. The original Author, in the olden times of the scriptures is unknown. However, Pandit Roop Chand Joshi is regarded as a pioneer in its later formation in the 19th century, in a time under the British rule. Lal Kitab Amrit, a compilation, reference and Authored by renowned Astro-Scientist Gurudev G. D. Vashist ji is read and followed the world-over.
The main aim of the Lal Kitab is to bring a positive change in an individual’s life. After diagnosis of any negative element or event occurring – cures, remedies and ‘Upays’ are provided. It enables prediction that also helps to avoid or minimize any negative occurrence-incident-period.
There is also software/ a mobile App developed on the basis of Lal Kitab Amrit. Astrological predictions, cures, remedies and ‘Upay’ are based on the Lal Kitab. Other than the ‘Tell My Luck’ mobile App, Gurudev GD Vashist ji is also the Author for ‘Yes I Can Change’. In history, it is believed that Ravana lost his Lal Kitab, a time when he lost power and leadership due to his arrogance. Perhaps, it was the consequence of losing the following of Lal Kitab.
A few aims, benefits and remedies in reference to the Lal Kitab are ◦ Accuracy, speedy and simple to follow remedies ◦ Worth the Time ◦ Low in cost ◦ Very effective over time ◦ Grand heeler ◦ Makes couples’ Match –Making and Marriage favorable ◦ Makes Business/Career/Profession even more favorable and reduces any evil effects ◦ Makes Children related tribulations, challenges and problems curable and growth progressive ◦ Makes Parents happier, brings them harmony ◦ Makes Mental difficulties relaxed and easy ◦ Makes personal and professional Vision perspective and with a direction, purpose of living etc.
To mention a few aims, benefits and remedies in reference to the Lal Kitab -
◦ Precise, quick and easy to follow remedies
◦ Value for Time (it is not time consuming like other alternatives like Havana, Yajna, Japa etc.)
◦ It is effective
◦ Great healer
◦ Makes Match –Making and Marriage favorable
◦ Makes Career/Profession/Occupation more favorable and reduces the evil effects
◦ Makes Children related nuances and problems curable and growth progressive
◦ Makes Parents happier, at peace, improves well-being
◦ Makes Mental Status relaxed, in harmony
◦ Makes Vision clearer and with a direction, purpose of living, and so forth
An excerpt/ some of the starter doable/ simple horoscopic remedies (Upay) and solutions per the Lal Kitab are—
| Sun (Surya)
|| Throw gur (jaggery) or copper coin in flowing water.
| Moon (Chandra)
|| Take blessings of Mother. Drink milk in silver glass.
| Mars (Mangal)
|| Distribute sweet food in charity. Help brother from time-to-time.
| Mercury (Budha)
|| Float copper piece with hole in it. Give green grass to cows.
| Jupiter (Guru)
|| Eat kesar (saffron). Apply turmeric or kesar on the forehead.
| Venus (Shukra)
|| Give “dan” donate/offer in copper bronze vessel.
| Saturn (Shani)
|| Feed crows for 43 days. Give iron in charity.
| Rahu (North Node)
|| Stay in joint family. Keep your hair tied.
| Ketu (South Node)
|| Give chappatis to dogs. Apply kesar (saffron) on forehead.
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Date Published : 10 Nov 2017