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Vinayak Bhatt

Everyone is interested in who they are and where they are headed. Astrology can be used as a guidepost on our journey to ourselves and to our future. Through the synchronicity of the cosmos and the magic of this ancient art/science our soul journey is revealed. In my readings I examine the natal chart and current transits and progressions to uncover the energies of one's true self and one's future. I do not believe there are any "bad" aspects or "bad" planets, but rather all the planetary and aspect energies can be used In my readings I look both at a client's potential as indicated in the natal chart and at present and future energies and opportunities. I am happy to focus on a particular question or area of life as requested.

Astrologer Vinayak Bhatt

Vinayak Bhatt- Spreading Vedic Enlightenment Vinayak Bhatt has successfully completed 25 years in Vedic Astrological Practices. Born and brought up in a Brahmin family, he has been deeply associated with astrological practices throughout the life. He considers himself to be lucky to have been under guidance of 11 well known ...

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Matsya Puran

The Matsya Purana  is one of the eighteen major Puranas (Mahapurana), and among the oldest and better preserved in the Puranic genre of Sanskrit literature in Hinduism. The text is a Vaishnavism text named after the half-human and half-fish avatar of Vishnu. However, the text has been called by the 19th-century Sanskrit ...

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Markende Puran

The Markandeya Purana  is a Sanskrit text of Hinduism, and one of the eighteen major Puranas. The text’s title Markandeya refers to a sage in Hindu mythology, who is the central character in two legends, one linked to Shiva and other to Vishnu. The Markandeya text is one of the Puranas that ...

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Naradiya Puran

The Naradiya Purana  or Narada Purana are two Sanskrit texts, one of which is a major Purana of Hinduism, while the other is a minor Purana (Upapurana).Both are Vaishnavism texts, and have been a cause of confusion in Purana-related scholarship. To prevent confusion, some scholars sometimes refer to the minor Purana ...

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Garuda Puran

The Garuda Purana is one of eighteen Mahāpurāṇa genre of texts in Hinduism. It is a part of Vaishnavism literature corpus,primarily centering around Hindu god Vishnu but praises all gods. Composed in Sanskrit, the earliest version of the text may have been composed in the 1st millennium CE, but it was ...

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Bramha Puran

Brahma Purana  is one of the eighteen major Puranas genre of Hindu texts in Sanskrit language.It is listed as the first Maha-Purana in all the anthologies, and therefore also called Adi Purana. Another title for this text is Saura Purana, because it includes many chapters related to Surya or the ...

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Bavishya Puran

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Bhagawata Purana

Bhagavata Purana, like other puranas, discusses a wide range of topics including cosmology, genealogy, geography, mythology, legend, music, dance, yoga and culture.As it begins, the forces of evil have won a war between the benevolent devas (deities) and evil asuras (demons) and now rule the universe. Truth re-emerges as Krishna, ...

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Bhagwat Puran

Bhāgavata Purāṇa is one of Hinduism’s eighteen great Puranas (Mahapuranas, great histories). Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all Indian languages, it promotes bhakti (devotion) to Krishna integrating themes from the Advaita (monism) philosophy of Adi Shankara. Download Bhagwat Puran pdf Here 

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