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A Complete Guide to Numerology
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A Complete Guide to Numerology

Code: G-287

EAN: 9788172452872

Pages: 176

Size: 8.5" x 5.5"

Binding: Paperback

Weight: 220 grams

Author: B.K. Chaturvedi

Price:   125.00


Reprint edition published in September 2018.


Although there is a large number of books that are already available in market on this engrossing subject of numerology, most of them are a spewed version of the western books mainly authored by Cheiro which cater mostly to the western readership. - is surprising that despite the 'Anka-vidya' having been a recognised branch of the occult sciences which is much referred to by ancient Sanskrit text and has been in vogue for almost times immemorial, nobody has seriously cared to reveal the ancient Indian preference and prejudices under a separate cover. Often we find a chapter on numerology discussed as an corollary astrology in a variety of ancient books. It is all the more amazing for a country which is believed to have created the numerals including zero. Furthermore, we still find these numerical preferences and prejudices very much dominating our life even in this modern age. No Indian would dare give _Rupees exactly 100 to his or her boss's son's birthday without expecting a sharp rebuke for wishing foul to the birthday baby. Why must '1' be always added to the round figure of 10, 20, 50, and so on? There are many such questions whose numerological answer has been essayed in this unique book of its kind on this subject. We say 'unique' in all humility because It is a sort of compendium of all prevalent and ancient beliefs about the numbers adhered to by the various occidental and oriental civilizations. Also, it is for the first time that traditional Indian mind-set about the basic numbers has been revealed in a logical matter. Apart from it the practical utility of this mysterious knowledge has also been dealt with extensively-right from its use in horse-racing to finding the lost things. Kabala, the ancient, numerological science has been liberally drawn upon because in certain cases like the money matters the number revealed by it serves as a better guide than the traditional unit system so well popularised by Cheiro. Nevertheless, even the unit system has also been not spared with copious examples from the world personalities thrown in. Wherever the need was felt basics of astrology have also been duly highlighted.

So what you have in your hand now is a tome containing all the relevant details about this branch of occult knowledge de eloped and evolved by a variety of civilizations.