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    Bepin Behari
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Items related to Fundamentals of Vedic Astrology: Vedic Astrologer's. This book introduces the concepts and operations of Vedic Astrology. It presents the component's of the astrologer's art-the planets, signs, houses and lunar mansions. Bepin Behari Fundamentals of Vedic Astrology: Vedic Astrologer's Handbook Vol. I (v. 1). ISBN 13: 9780940985520. Fundamentals of Vedic Astrology: Vedic Astrologer's Handbook Vol. The author goes into the rules that determine planetary strength, the construction of the divisional charts and the principal combinations, and much more.

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With that said, Vedic astrology is an amazingly complex system. After reading Beneath a Vedic Sky, this one by Behari was a very helpful, natural next step. He does not write it for the Western mind and leaves out things that, as a Westerner, I didn't know. For my beginning classes, I recommend the pair, Vedic Astrology Handbook 1 and Handbook 2. Intermediate students are directed to more comprehensive English texts such as "Light on Life" (1996) and "Three Hundred Important Combinations" (1947, 1983)and others. The nakshatra descriptions are scaled-down versions from "Myths and Symbols" (1990).

This book introduces the concepts and operations of Vedic Astrology. Vedic Astrologer's Handbook.

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For me, as a novice of Vedic Astrology, this one was a bit heavy as a place to start my studies. With that said, Vedic astrology is an amazingly complex system...After reading Beneath a Vedic Sky, this one by Behari was a very helpful, natural next step. He does not write it for the Western mind and leaves out things that, as a Westerner, I didn't know. I have found that Beneath a Vedic Sky and this one have been very complimentary to each other.Beneath A Vedic Sky
Na
Not very well detailed.
It somewhat lacks thorough explanation and reasoning behind the causes and the facts explained..
Vivados
It's a book to study, still reading it, but so far it's very through and rich. i know i will have to re-read and definitely keep as a guide as i am new to vedic astrology.
Gozragore
The book is well organised in terms of explaining the Vedic houses/Planets etc. The concept of each house is explained very well and its connection with the other houses. The philosophical explanation is really good but takes time to understand. You have to read carefully few times. I wud say the language is bit more difficult side and the author cud have used simple language. This (language) is the only negative point I find in this book.Otherwise the book is Fantastic for the beginers as it tries to explain the Vedic astrology concepts in a very deep theoratical way. I really liked this book and it gave me a different dimension to my understanding of Vedic Astrology. I wud say that this book is a good start.
Falya
The basics with the transcendental thinking of the late Bepin Behari.
Pringles
It is Just Prelimenary book, good for beginers

if there is an advance version ,pl let me know

Thanks Shiv
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Fundamentals of Vedic Astrology: Vedic Astrologer's Handbook Vol. I (v. 1) If you are determined to reach deeper into astrology read this book! Rich information and excellent explanation given - but some background knowledge of Vedic philosophy is assumed. This work is at times complex and presented in a dense format - you are thrown right into the intricacies of the lunar and solar zodiacs and the philosophy of the author - this is not a beginner's basic, cookbook style text (but then you are unlikely to find a reliable Vedic astrology book that is). The author has a mystical and philosophical, not just predictive, approach - he strives to educate his readers in the perspectives of his astrology, the whole purpose not just the results. There are illustrations and figures given to demonstrate the principles of the planets, houses, signs and lunar mansions which are helpful (and at times staggeringly beautiful in their complexity). Behari leaves nothing out in his excellent core text on Vedic Astrology. He has kept firmly to the Vedic principles of Vedanta and Yoga but infuses his work with modern mystical and esoteric philosophical perspectives. The predictive guidelines given in the final chapters of the book are very helpful for organising what you have learned within an interpretation framework. Highly recommend this text for intermediate to advanced students - beginners would better spend their time with Komilla Sutton's excellent "Essentials of Vedic astrology" before tackling Behari's work. If you are a beginner but you are committed to discovery - dive in!
Like its companion volume, "Planets in Signs and Houses" (2003), this book is a well-organized, portable reference guide to Jyotisha basics. Nicely typeset with clear chapter headings. Assets for the learner include an extensive table of contents, index, glossary, and a variety of handy charts.

Introductory Topics in Part-1 and Part-2 = rashi (signs), bhava (houses), signs (rashi), yogas (combinations), nakshatra (lunar astrology), varga (divisional charts), Kalapurusha (the cosmic man, for medical astrology) and planetary friendships. Part-3 interpretation = more esoteric but still basic enough to guide beginners.

Because this list of topics would be covered in any introductory Jyotisha class, Behari's "Fundamentals" makes a convenient textbook for a first class in Jyotisha or for self-learning. For my beginning classes, I recommend the pair, Vedic Astrology Handbook 1 and Handbook 2. Intermediate students are directed to more comprehensive English texts such as "Light on Life" (1996) and "Three Hundred Important Combinations" (1947, 1983)and others.

The nakshatra descriptions are scaled-down versions from "Myths and Symbols" (1990). These simplified versions = 3-4 paragraphs each, which seems just right for the beginner who is already overwhelmed with the complexity of Jyotisha terminology. Intermediate students can search "Myths and Symbols" for more depth. Behari's drishti patterns seem a bit exotic, esp. for Rahu-Ketu (p 158-160). If the beginner needs more background on planetary aspects (drishti) there is an introductory treatment of Parashari drishti in David Frawley's "The Astrology of the Seers" (1990).

Overall, a right-sized reference guide that is easy to buy and use for a class. Recommended to students and teachers who need an introductory English-language text for ready reference to basic Jyotisha concepts.