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The Nakshatra route to meditation

In his new book Planetary Meditation: A Cosmic Approach, renowned astrologer Pandit Ajai Bhambi explores the importance and benefits of meditation and its integration our lives through our constellations.

Published: 02nd September 2012 09:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2012 09:10 AM   |  A+A-

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If you are looking for respite from your exhausting and chaotic city life, look no further. The traditional Indian science of meditation will come to your rescue.

In his new book Planetary Meditation: A Cosmic Approach, renowned astrologer Pandit Ajai Bhambi explores the importance and benefits of meditation and its integration our lives through our constellations.

The book was launched on Thursday in the presence of MP Murli Manohar Joshi, Suresh Goel, DG, ICCR, and Arun Bansal, Chairman, Future Point.

 “India has an inclusive culture and it teaches us the art of introspection. This book is a big step in this direction,” said Goel.

The book brings to light the 27 constellations or Nakshatras of the lunar zodiac and explains the possibilities and impediments caused due to all of them.

 Reading an extract from his book, Bhambi explained-

 “These Nakshatras not only represent life’s journey but also identify a person’s strengths and weaknesses. You can reduce impediments and augment possibilities by simply understanding them.”



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