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Daivagya Acharya Shri Ram's Muhurta Chintamani: With Sanskrit Text, English Translation, Commentary and Annotation
Daivagya Acharya Shri Ram's Muhurta Chintamani: With Sanskrit Text, English Translation, Commentary and Annotation
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Preface

During the last decade or so, my friend Shri Narinder Sagar has been urging me to bring out a good classical text in English on the subject of MUHURTA JYOTISH (Electional Astrology) as readers did ask for this subject time and again.

Hence the credit for the present rendering of "Muhurta Chintamani" in English with copious explanatory notes and details goes only to Shri Sagar but for whose thankful insistence, this work would not have been feasible.

In the ultimate analysis, like any branch of learning, even "Muhurta Jyotish" essentially aims at maxindsing human welfare: success and happiness. And for achieving this goal, "Muhurta Jyotish" deals with a system of to determine specific epochs of time (or muhurtas) which would ensure successful and happy endings of various activities of events of life if initiated during those auspicious periods. Thus Muhurta Jyotish can help identify more favourable periods for starting and successful operation of various significant activities of life including business, industry, government or other social institutions or functions like marriage, journey or even starting the medical treatment of an ailment.

In this backdrop, "Muhurta Chintamani" a 16th century text, was chosen for translation as, it is by far the most exhaustive and time-tested treatise on the subject. Its author Shri Acharya Ram as well as his nephew Shri Govind Daivagya wrote two separate commentaries on this text. These commentaries have no doubt been very useful, however, additional information and concepts have been profusely drawn from various sources including Ratnasar, Samarsar, Vyavahar Tatwa, Raj Martand, Darvagya Manohar, Muhurta Parjat, Narad Puran, Muhurta Deepak, Vivah Vrindavan, Jyotirveda Bhavnam etc. to explain certain concepts and axioms in the book.

There is another aspect of this book which I must reemphasize. Though this text deals with "muhurta", it has some very significant are rare principles for use in predictive astrology making use of the pentad: week day, date (Vedic), star, 'yoga' and 'karan' besides planetary movements through zodiac.

During the course of my presentation in the form of exhaustive notes, tables of charts or other mathematical aids, adequate care has been to ensure that original essence of the text is not lost of misplaced.

The author has chosen to present the whole text in thirteen (13) sub-divisions concerning various portfolios of life to determine the most auspicious muhurtas for marriage, journey and other social or economic activities and event like starting business, industry, profession, service, investments, medicine or investments/market fluctuation. Even chosing a town to settle down has been given importance.

Whenever necessary remedial measures to dispel inauspicious influences have been given.

I have made a very modest attempt in presenting this commentary as I am aware of the fact that book demand a very detailed and lucid explanations. In this exercise some 'nouns' have not been translated to keep the the original theme intact, though their English equivalents have been stated in brackets. As and when felt necessary even divergent views have been given to widen the understanding and comprehension.

As I close, my heart goes to thank Prof. D.P.S. Chauhan but for whose affection and devoted attention, this book would not be in the present form. I owe to him more than just a few words of formal gratitude. I must however, than him for all he has done to improve the language in many ways.

Contents

1. Auspicious and inauspicious muhurtas 1-46
2.The Nakshtras 47-89
3.The Description of Sankrantis 90-100
4. 'Gochara Prakarnam' or The Planets in transit 101-112
5.The Samsakaras 113-145
6. Marriage Sanskaras 146-224
7. The coming in of the bride after marriage225-226
8. The bride's second coming in to her husband's home (called dwiragmana) 227-229
9.The doing of Yajnas230-231
10.The coronation of King232-234
11.Journeys and travels 235-287
12.Living in a city or village288-312
13.Considerations with regard to entering a newly constructed house etc.313-318

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Preface

During the last decade or so, my friend Shri Narinder Sagar has been urging me to bring out a good classical text in English on the subject of MUHURTA JYOTISH (Electional Astrology) as readers did ask for this subject time and again.

Hence the credit for the present rendering of "Muhurta Chintamani" in English with copious explanatory notes and details goes only to Shri Sagar but for whose thankful insistence, this work would not have been feasible.

In the ultimate analysis, like any branch of learning, even "Muhurta Jyotish" essentially aims at maxindsing human welfare: success and happiness. And for achieving this goal, "Muhurta Jyotish" deals with a system of to determine specific epochs of time (or muhurtas) which would ensure successful and happy endings of various activities of events of life if initiated during those auspicious periods. Thus Muhurta Jyotish can help identify more favourable periods for starting and successful operation of various significant activities of life including business, industry, government or other social institutions or functions like marriage, journey or even starting the medical treatment of an ailment.

In this backdrop, "Muhurta Chintamani" a 16th century text, was chosen for translation as, it is by far the most exhaustive and time-tested treatise on the subject. Its author Shri Acharya Ram as well as his nephew Shri Govind Daivagya wrote two separate commentaries on this text. These commentaries have no doubt been very useful, however, additional information and concepts have been profusely drawn from various sources including Ratnasar, Samarsar, Vyavahar Tatwa, Raj Martand, Darvagya Manohar, Muhurta Parjat, Narad Puran, Muhurta Deepak, Vivah Vrindavan, Jyotirveda Bhavnam etc. to explain certain concepts and axioms in the book.

There is another aspect of this book which I must reemphasize. Though this text deals with "muhurta", it has some very significant are rare principles for use in predictive astrology making use of the pentad: week day, date (Vedic), star, 'yoga' and 'karan' besides planetary movements through zodiac.

During the course of my presentation in the form of exhaustive notes, tables of charts or other mathematical aids, adequate care has been to ensure that original essence of the text is not lost of misplaced.

The author has chosen to present the whole text in thirteen (13) sub-divisions concerning various portfolios of life to determine the most auspicious muhurtas for marriage, journey and other social or economic activities and event like starting business, industry, profession, service, investments, medicine or investments/market fluctuation. Even chosing a town to settle down has been given importance.

Whenever necessary remedial measures to dispel inauspicious influences have been given.

I have made a very modest attempt in presenting this commentary as I am aware of the fact that book demand a very detailed and lucid explanations. In this exercise some 'nouns' have not been translated to keep the the original theme intact, though their English equivalents have been stated in brackets. As and when felt necessary even divergent views have been given to widen the understanding and comprehension.

As I close, my heart goes to thank Prof. D.P.S. Chauhan but for whose affection and devoted attention, this book would not be in the present form. I owe to him more than just a few words of formal gratitude. I must however, than him for all he has done to improve the language in many ways.

Contents

1. Auspicious and inauspicious muhurtas 1-46
2.The Nakshtras 47-89
3.The Description of Sankrantis 90-100
4. 'Gochara Prakarnam' or The Planets in transit 101-112
5.The Samsakaras 113-145
6. Marriage Sanskaras 146-224
7. The coming in of the bride after marriage225-226
8. The bride's second coming in to her husband's home (called dwiragmana) 227-229
9.The doing of Yajnas230-231
10.The coronation of King232-234
11.Journeys and travels 235-287
12.Living in a city or village288-312
13.Considerations with regard to entering a newly constructed house etc.313-318
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