Raman Vedic Astrologer Dr. B V Raman was one of the most important astrologers in modern India and an author of numerous books and articles. B V Raman spent his whole life in the study of relations between cosmic and terrestrial phenomena. He was able to demonstrate by his writings and predictions made through The Astrological Magazine and other media that the astrological theory of cosmic influences affecting human life is essentially correct.
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The term "Raja yoga" is not defined in the texts dealing with Hindu Predictive astrology. All such planetary situations and combinations that indicate good fortune, wealth, comforts, exercise of ruling power and political influence gained, either by way of inheritance or acquired through self-effort, are termed as Raja yogas.
Therefore, Raja yogas are generally found in the horoscopes of leaders and famous people  and reveal their birth to be out of the ordinary.
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Full text of " Sri B. I am grateful to the public for the interest they have been evincing in my writings and the patronage extended. I crave the indulgence of the readers for any shortcomings in this edition. I am thankful to my daughter Gayatri Devi Vasudev for her assistance in revising the edition, to my sons B.
B. V. Raman
Career[ edit ] Raman restarted The Astrological Magazine in , which was earlier run by his grandfather, and remained its editor for over 62 years. After his death, the magazine was run until December by his son, Niranjan Babu Bangalore, and his daughter, Gayatri Devi Vasudev, when it was shut down citing no reason. Travelling around the world, he delivered innumerable lectures in Germany, England, France, Italy, Austria, Holland, Canada, Japan, and the United States of America, addressing universities, medical associations, and educational and cultural institutions on different aspects of astrology, Hindu astronomy, philosophy, and Indian culture. He asserted that astrology was a science. In October , Raman, on a visit to the United States of America to deliver the keynote address at the First International Symposium on Vedic Astrology, held at Dominican College in San Rafael, California ,  mooted the idea of a national body to organise the study of Indian astrology in the States. David Frawley , the president of the council from , mentions Raman for his inspiration and guidance. His legacy is continued by his grandson, Raman Suprajarama , who is the senior editor of The Astrological eMagazine.
Dr. B. V. Raman
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