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Our Astrological Courses

Astrology is like an ocean of knowledge. The deeper we go, the more we learn. It is a divine science, the knowledge of which helps to ‘enlighten’ our life. However, in the astrological classics, the rules and yogas have been provided in a contradictory way, which makes prediction all the more difficult. Then, the original texts have gone through a lot of modification and addition over the course of history, not to mention the various offshoots of Vedic astrology that have emerged in the 20th century such as Lal Kitab, Krishnamurti Paddhati (KP) and Cuspal Interlink theory. As a result, making accurate predictions through astrology has become an even difficult task today as one is often confused as to which system or method to follow.

However, one should not forget that truth is always one. No matter how many different methods of Vedic astrology are there, all of them reveal the same truth in a person’s horoscope, only the level of detailing and pinpointing may be different. All these systems and methods are complimentary to each other and their findings always converge to reveal the same truth. It is the personal choice of an astrologer to choose the predictive method as per his or her liking and convenience. Our astrological courses are a combination of basic and advance level of Vedic astrological systems like Parashari, Jaimini and Nakshatra-Nadi to make exact predictions.

Our predictive astrology courses have been segregated as basic and advance, depending on the purpose of the student learning astrology. The foundation course is designed to make you familiar with the basics of Vedic astrology and help you understand your life much better. The aim of the predictive course is to teach students how to make quick and accurate predictions. There are hundreds of courses available which can help you learn astrology, but very few teach you how to make accurate predictions. The teaching method used by us is quite interactional and every rule or predictive principle is supported by case studies for easy understanding.

Basic Course

This is a basic course on Vedic astrology. This will clear your basic concepts on astrology and help you read a birth chart. It will include Parashari and Jaimini systems of Vedic astrology.

Who should join:

  • Those who have basic interest in astrology and planets
  • Those who want to pursue astrology as a hobby and do further research

Course details:

Basic Course (For beginners)
Mode Online
Faculty Neeraj Dhankher
Language English/Hindi
Duration Three Months
Class Timing Two-hour classes, Twice a week
Content of the course Click Here
Fees INR 31,000 (USD 600)

Advance Course

This is an advanced predictive course designed to help learners predict quickly and accurately through application of astrological methods like Krishnamurti Paddhati (KP) and Nakshatra Nadi.

Who should join:

  • Those who have basic knowledge about astrology
  • Those looking to take up astrology as a profession
  • Those willing to help solve people’s problems through astrology

Course details:

Advance Course (For professionals)
Mode Online
Faculty Neeraj Dhankher
Language English/Hindi
Duration Two Months
Class Timing Two-hour classes, Twice a week
Content of the course Click Here
Fees INR 31,000 (USD 600)

Special features of the program

  • Learn from the comfort of your home
  • Interactive module with live Q&As
  • Easy-to-use predictive methods and formulas
  • Practical application with case studies on every aspect of life
  • Study material (PDF format)
  • Discussion about individual horoscopes and clarification of doubts
  • Recording of the class will also be provided in case you miss a class
  • A separate Whatsapp group will be created for research and brainstorming purpose


Astrology is a divine science. It has a set of rules and methods which have stood the test of time and have evolved due to continued research. Jyotisha forms the earliest efforts of mankind to understand the connection between the microcosm (part) and the macrocosm (whole). Of all the different forms of astrology that emerged in the world since the existence of mankind, Vedic Jyotisha is not only the oldest but most detailed and accurate form of studying the impact of planets on human beings. The fact that it has survived for thousands of years and continue to be practiced today shows the value of this divine science for mankind.

Today, Indian astrology has advanced by leaps and bounds and is successfully applied to solve problems of mankind. Indian astrology is a composite science with various offshoots like Parashari, Jaimini, Nadi, Krishna Murti Paddhati (KP), Lal Kitab and PrashnaKundali (Horary). These methods, when applied together, offer an enormous amount of predictability and consistency while analysing and solving human problems.

Absolutely! Astrology is a science. Its roots are based in astronomy which involves calculating the movement of planets in the solar system. Making a person’s horoscope involves a great deal of mathematical calculation as well as knowledge about geography. At the same time, astrology is also a divine science. Apart from knowledge gathered through astronomy, it requires astute synthesis powers to arrive at predicting a particular event. It also requires intuition to arrive at the right decision. All of this comes from experience and regular practice.

With practice and right set of predictive methods, tools and formulas, one can successfully predict at 90% accuracy. Remember, astrology being a divine science, it requires the blessings of the almighty for one to be a successful astrologer. Aspiring for 100% accuracy is futile since it is not possible to predict human behaviour that emanate from the mind which is the most complex machine in the world.

Personal coaching under a mentor can help one learn the basics of astrology in two months, while another two to three months are required to have a good understanding about how to predict. Having said that, learning astrology is a continuous process. We can get better only through practice, observation and individual research.

When we learn on our own, we often get confused by contradictory combinations and indications provided by various astrological texts. Most people give up mid-way due to absence of proper direction. One needs to be extremely patient and have faith in the systems devised by our sages. It really works well, but needs practice.

Secondly, learning for an academic purpose can be accomplished by going through the texts. However, it is the phalit (predictive) part which confuses learners of astrology, and very few are actually able to predict accurately. This is because of the anomaly between theory and practice. When we predict, it is not only the rules of astrology that matter, but also the synthesis of that knowledge, combined with intuition, wisdom, common sense and faith. Also, to be kept in mind is the context of the query i.e., Desh (location), Kaal (time or era), Patra (individual’s background).

First and foremost, it must be borne in mind that an astrologer is not writing the destiny of a person, but is only forecasting. The literal meaning of forecasting is to indicate the ‘likely’ impact of planets on different dimensions of life. Hence, no way are we supposed to believe that we are God. An astrologer only foresees as much as God wants to reveal. When a human mind is trying to interpret another human mind, some sort of subjectivity naturally creeps in. But just like a scientist, an astrologer needs to adopt an objective mindset and get rid of his/her personal prejudices, biases and opinions before he/she starts to predict. With this, predictions come out to true and objectivity is maintained.

Astrology is a divine science and needs years of practice to master the art of prediction. But even before that, what is required is to first do extensive research and formulate your own set of predictive rules or formula. Once we do that, we can reach up to 90% accuracy results.

Indian astrology has been formulated by the sages in ancient India. It has reached us through literary compositions compiled by writers across various historical eras. The earliest treatise on Jyotish is Rishi Parashar’s Brihat Parashar Hora Shastra written in 5th Century BC. Subsequently, there have other classics like Brihat Jataka and Brihat Samhita by Varahamihira (6th Century AD), Saravali by Kalyan Varma (10th Century AD) and Phaladeepika by Mantreswar (13th or 16th Century AD). Post-independence, a tremendous amount of research has gone into fine-tuning the principles and interpretations of these astrological methods.