The intention behind developing this website on Astrology is to help seekers of knowledge of Jyotish by simplifying the most tedious of tasks – Vedic horoscope calculation and charting.
As an extension of calculation of planetary positions, this portal also provides free services of horoscope compatibility matching for matrimonial purposes. This process, also known as kundali milan or guna milap, is followed extensively in the arranged marriage system in India. Continue reading
A birth chart (also known as janma kundali, janam kundli, Vedic horoscope) captures the precise astronomical positions of stars and planets at the individual’s birth moment. Using the vast amounts of information provided by Continue reading
Vedic Astrology has a method of providing a fairly good indication of compatibility based on nakshatras (Lunar Constellations) of prospective husband and wife. It assigns points (guna) for factors that influence marriage. Although, neither this site, nor the whole process is the final say on compatibility issues (guna milap), it can be a good starting point. Continue reading
Date: August 1, 2014 Weekly Panchanga is available here offline for the folks who aren’t able to generate it on the website. .
Date: July 20, 2014 – added the second in series on Monthly Forecast for Aug 2014 here.
Date: June 22, 2014
* Starting a new section called Monthly Forecasts on the website.
Date: June 11, 2014
Date: May 31, 2014
1. Horoscope generation, Kundali matching applications are updated to run properly. You would need to take care of security warning and allow the application to run.
2. The image format kundali application is now up and running again.
Whenever someone takes any jyotishi’s service, it is customary to pay him/her some money as dakshina. However, I do not run this site for money.
Back in 2001, I wrote a small program for myself to generate charts. I then showed it to some friends and they suggested that I should design an interface and display the horoscope somehow on the web. So basically the chart maker program is purely a result of a hobby. Why should I charge money for something that I am interested in? Continue reading