KP Stellar Astrology


KP Stellar Astrology  - अपनी कुंडली  का सच जानिए

‘Krishnamurti Paddhati’ got its name from the inventor of this technique late Prof. Kuthur Subbarayaiyyer Krishnamurti (1908-1972), who developed this new technique of arriving at predictions. KP is based on the stellar system of prediction and the ‘Sub Lords’ – the invention which crowned Prof. Krishnamurti and his followers with success. The stellar system was initially developed by two friends, Meena I (late R. Gopalakrishna Row) and Meena II (late N.V. Raghava Chary). Prof. Krishnamurti was a close friend to both of them. In stead of stopping at the stellar level of prediction, Prof. Krishnamurti undertook laborious research for decades and invented a further smaller division of each constellation (star) in the zodiac based on the unequal proportion of the Vimsottari Dasa system. This he named as ‘Sub’ (that is, sub-division of a star). The entire KP technique is based on proper evaluation and application of these Sub Lords.

 
 
It is a common notion in the minds of many KP learners and practitioners that the inventor of KP, late Prof. K. S. Krishnamurti decried the traditional system of astrology as it is practiced India. Nothing is far from truth than this wrong notion. Hariharan[1], the illustrious younger son of late Krishnamurti pointed out that “it is grievous error to think that Prof. Krishnamurti disparaged Hindu or Western astrology…..In the preliminary chapters of KP Reader II Prof. Krishnamurti exhorts students of astrology to learn thoroughly the works of our sages and all books on astrology written by scholars on the subject” (p: 22). Therefore, the inventor of this ingenious system of astrological prediction has himself laid importance in understanding the fundamentals of the traditional system of astrology for a better understanding and application of his own system.
 
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