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Alok Jagawat born 03:03:1977 in Nimach (MP, India) is a Vedic astrologer, author, and Editor. He has a scientific background in visual arts and designing.

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Sri Shyamala dandakam : Syamala Dandakam: Syamala Dandakam

By: Mahakavi Kalidasa; Alok Jagawat, Translator

Sri Kālidāsa is often referred as mahākavi Kālidāsa which means the best of all poets. He was a great poet and playwright of the Sanskrit language. He composed the works based on the mythology and philosophy of India and his compositions depict various forms and origins of Indian life and philosophy. Kalidas is considered a national poet by some scholars. What miracle? What blessings of a Devi? That turned the dumb Kālidāsa to Mahākavi Kālidāsa. What was his relatio...

Sanskrit sloka of Syamala dandakam with English transliteration and english meaning.

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The Divine codes- issue 4th : An Untimely Journal of Timely Matter...

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor

A free e-magazine on spirituality, jyotisa, nadi jyotisa, gems, vastu, divine subjects, mundane astrology, palmistry, yoga, Ayurveda and all oriental subjects. This is the third issue of our magazine.

THE TREASURE There are six underground vaults below this temple and four of them are opened occasionally for maintaining rituals and for taking our precious objects meant for rituals. Among the six kallaras or chambers in the Temple, Bharatakkon Kallara (Chamber B) is very closely associated with Sri Padmanabhaswamy. It is not a part of the Temple Treasury. The holy Chamber houses a Srichakram, an idol of Sri Padmanabha and many valuables meant to enhance the potency ...

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The Divine Codes : Issue 3

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor

A free e-magazine on spirituality, jyotisa, nadi jyotisa, gems, vastu, divine subjects, mundane astrology, palmistry, yoga, ayurveda and all oriental subjects. This is the third issue of our magazine.

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The Divine Codes- Issue 2 : An Untimely Journal of Timely Matters....

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor; Rakesh Jamwal

THE DIVINE CODES An Untimely Journal of Timely Matters. The divine codes journal is an untimely periodical related to Many divine subjects. This includes Vedic Jyotish, Nadi Jyotish, Sariraka Sastram (Palmistry), Sthapathya (Oriental Architecture), Art related topics (Includes photos, paintings, art installations), Yoga, Ayurveda and Spirituality. The primordial being have encrypted many matters of life and Jyotish is a light that enlightens the path to unknown. The...

“The best creations in the world are the one that belong to the unsung spiritual powers that manifest as elysian or almost divine forms. The words further are just an assimilation of the alphabets that belongs to the anonymous mentor. We are simple mediums for this vast ocean of knowledge” - See more at: http://self.gutenberg.org/eBooks/WPLBN0003972035-The-Divine-Codes--A-Voyage-for-Love-and-Peace-by-Jagawat-Alok.aspx?#sthash.cX53Omsb.dpuf

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The Divine Codes : A Voyage for Love and Peace

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor; Rocky Jamwal

This is a untimely magazine which will carry Research articles on Sthapatya, Palmistry, Yoga, Ayurveda, Nadi Jyotish etc.

“The best creations in the world are the one that belong to the unsung spiritual powers that manifest as elysian or almost divine forms. The words further are just an assimilation of the alphabets that belongs to the anonymous mentor. We are simple mediums for this vast ocean of knowledge”

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Gems and their uses in Vedic Astrology : Gems in Vedic Astrology

By: Alok Jagawat

A small book that covers every sloka related to gems and its interpretation.

I believe that only ‘Ratnas’ defined in classics should carry “Swapranavastha” (Self invoked state) and rest of the gemstones are just stones. To energize them one needs proper mantras to invoke their powers which are positioned in dormant condition. This is the same as Idols of Deities need to be “Pranpratishtith” before they are worshipped. But Shalagrams and Dakshinavarti Shankas have their own powers and they are never invoked through Mantras.

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