Omen Good and Bad

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Item Code: NBZ929
Author: Puneet Chawla
Publisher: Pink Lotus Group, Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2015
ISBN: 9788192948225
Pages: 144 (Throughout B/W Illustrations)
Other Details 5.50 X 6.00 inches
Weight 200 gm
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Book Description
Back of the Book

Dr. Puneet Chawla, a very renowned name in the world of Vaastu, a highly literate and intuitive personality and an author for best sellers, has taken time out from his busy schedule and pre-occupations to convey the information regarding Omens to the masses. Although a highly sensitive topic, Omens has always been wrongly interpreted and misunderstood, especially by the present modern generation, hence, Dr. Chawla, through this handy book, transforms the issue of Omens in simple, comprehendible language so that it reaches out to the common people of every strata, class or society on a wide scale with ease and comfort.


For the educated class, Omens, a phenomenon often used in a foreboding sense-referring to some supernatural indication which is supposed to predict and beware one of an incident due to occur in the near future-might sound absolutely whimsical and superstitious. They who believe on everything with open eyes and do not pay heed to something, which does not carry scientific significance, or explanation might find this piece of work simply a waste of time, money and energy. Regardless though, as the writer of this book, it is my first and foremost duty to justify the very need and intendment to create and exhibit such an idea which does not seem to carry much weight in today's fast moving tech-oriented world.

Taking inspiration from an extract mentioned in the Holy Ramayana, an epic read and believed by every Hindu citizen located across the length and breadth of the universe, I would like to prove and put my point across to all you learned men who might be eagerly waiting to outage and contradict my beliefs and thoughts on Omens, which is the point of discussion here.

As per an excerpt from the glorious Ramayana, when Ravana, the king of demons, ranging in self-glorification due to a blessing from Lord Brahma not to be defeated by any powerful source in the whole of universe, including Gods, and thinking humans to be mere straws whom he could crush anytime, was patrolling on earth, he reached a place called Usirabija where King Marutta was performing a sacrifice in the pious company of the Gods. Seeing the demon that was hard to vanquish by the reason of the boons granted to him, the Gods, afraid of his attack, took cover in the bodies of animals. Lord Indra became a peacock, Yuma, a crow, Kuber, a chameleon and Varun, a swan. In this way when all the Gods had transformed themselves and taken refuge, Ravana entered the sacrificial ground like an unclean dog and uttering a derisive laugh challenged King Marutta to have a close combat with him. Angered and enraged by such opulence, King Marutta got all set for a close encounter with the monster. However, Samvarta, the Brahmarsi who was conducting the sacrifice for him, blocked his way and deviated him from such an act saying that one who has stood consecrated for a sacrificial performance does have any scope left for an encounter or anger. Indulging in such unscrupulous activities would mean the end and consumption of his entire race. Bowing to his preceptor's remonstrance, King Marutta withdrew and became self-poised. Taking him to be vanquished, Ravana was declared to have triumphed. Having devoured the celebrated and great sages who had come for the sacrifice- and fully sated with their blood- Ravana left the place, only to range the earth once more.

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