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DR.Amit Verma is the phenomenal astrologer based in Chandigarh and he has been working in this industry for past 17 Years. He is also a Lal Kitaab Specialist as well as a famous face reader, palm reader, and Tarot card reader. He has hundreds of consultants overseas. He is certainly a passionate astrologer who believes in Karma and known for highly relevant ad accurate predictions.

LAL KITAB AND ITS HISTORY

Lal Kitab is an astonishing branch of Vedic Astrology. This Red Book is a collection of five books on Astrology written during 1939-1952. In the History of Astrology, it was formerly written in the ancient Urdu language. There seems a great conflict in the authorship of this book. It is considered that it is originally authored by the King of Lanka, Ravan who later lost it in the war. And it again resurfaced in Aad(Arabia). However, research shows that the books were written by Pandit Roop Chand Joshi Ji. It seems to have Persian and Urdu Translations. And in Persia, it is called as Red Book of Persia. The Lal Kitab brought in a new style of horoscopic analysis with highly accurate and relevant predictions. Lal Kitab astrology is based on Samudrika Shastra which relates to both Astrology and Palmistry, also called as Astro-Palmistry. 

Lal Kitab is a philosophical book containing information in poetic verses called Upayas or Farmanns(remedies) in Urdu, not in Sanskrit. This astrology is a sure-shot way to diminish planetary afflictions in different ways. The Lal Kitab Remedies are very effective as well as simple to implement. And this mode of astrology has brilliant take over in North India(Punjab, Chandigarh, and Delhi regions majorly), West Pakistan, Bangladesh, and many other countries.

The five books of Lal Kitab as comprised by Pt. Roop Chand Joshi are as follows:

  1. LAL KITAB KE FARMAN (THE EDICTS OFLAL KITAB)

First published in 1939.

  • LAL KITAB KE ARMAN (THE ASPIRATIONS OF LAL KITAB), published in 1940.
  • GUTKA, published in 1941.
  • LAL KITAB KE FARMAN, 1942 publications.
  • ILM-ESAMUDRIK KI BUNIYAD PAR KI LALKITAB, in 1942

FEATURES OF LAL KITAB:

The main attribute of this book explains how one’s planetary positions reflect the lines of his/her palm. Each cites in this book is considered as a different planet. Lal Kitab is an easy book through which one can examine his or her Horoscope and make it in his/her favorable Dasha through some measures. Lal Kitab and Vedic Astrology are dissimilar in many contexts in spite of showing similarity of following the same concept of planetary positions and Navagrahas in depth. Unlike the Vedic Astrology, Lal Kitab’s first house is always written in Aries and Sagittarius will be marked the last house or ninth Lagna. Also, its Teva has different denotations about the planets and the horoscopes.

Pakka Ghar

The nature of the houses is not fixed in Lal Kitaab, unlike Vedic Astrology where the nature of each house remains the same. Here in Lal Ktaab, houses locations is enlisted below as per their serial numbers:

  1. Aries
  2. Taurus
  3. Gemini
  4. Cancer
  5. Leo
  6. Virgo
  7. Libra
  8. Scorpio
  9. Sagittarius
  10. Capricon
  11. Aquarius
  12. Pisces

Now the Pakka Ghar of Mars is considered as the first house as the Lord of Aries is the Mangal. And the permanent home of the Moon is always the fourth house of the Moon. similarly, the 9th, 10th, and 11th houses are the permanent home of Saturn.

Soya Hua Grah

It is also denoted as Sleeping Positions of Planet. In Lal Kitab, if a planet is not visible to any other planet, then it is considered Soy Hua Planet. And if it remains in its Pakka Ghar, then it is certainly not considered in the sleeping position. But this planet will resultantly have a limited impact on the house it is located. To keep it simple, take an example, suppose venus is existing currently in the fourth house and thus the 10th house will be empty. The Venus will be considered in the sleeping position in this condition as the effect will be for the 4th house only.

Soya Hua Ghar

If any Kundali does not have a planetary existence and is empty, then it is considered soya Hua Ghar or a Sleeping Position of a House. It is assumed that the sleeping house does not really have any impact on itself until it is awakened.

Here are some of the remedies mentioned through which you can awake a certain house:

  • Follow Mars remedies to awake the first house.
  • Moon remedies for the second house
  • Mercury remedies for the third house
  • Again Moon remedies for the fourth house
  • Sun remedies for the fifth house
  • Rahu remedies for the sixth house
  • Venus remedies for the seventh house
  • Moon remedies for the eighth house
  • Jupiter remedies for the ninth house
  • Saturn remedies for the 10th house awakening
  • Jupiter remedies to awake the 11th house
  • Ketu remedies for the awakening of the 12th house.

Saathi Grah

The Lal Kitaab also follows this concept just like the Vedic Astrology. The Saathi Grah is also called as Companion Planet. They are called so when planets sit next to one another to impart a fruitful result. As the Sun is the fixed Lord of fifth house and Saturn is of the eleventh house. They both are called companion planets because even if they swap their planetary positions, they do not cause any harm to each other’s houses.

Ratandhra Grah or Andha Teva

It is also called the Blind Planet. It is called blind because they get invisible during night. And if a person has Blind Teva it can affect his or her family’s personal or professional life. He himself can cause unhealthy effects.

There are many other unlimited features of Lal Kitab such as Dharmi Teva, Nabalig Teva, etc. for which you need a deep insight to it and hence make consultation with our Best Lal Kitab Astrologer at astrologeramitverma@gmail.com or make a call at his mobile no: +91 9878641367.