SoHamsa Free Courses

krishna_sudama_qb63_lWe needed a website to organise the learning, or at least to have all those tiny bits of lessons and workshops at one place – that was the motive behind the birth of www.SoHamsa.IN which is different from www.SoHamsa.COM as the latter is for paid professional courses, announcements etc.

  1. Quality of the courses are the same as those of paid professional courses. The prime difference being that the pro-courses are for very long durations and are very deep whereas these are normally taught over a weekend.
  2. These workshops and free courses are topic focused whereas the pro-courses are focused on teaching a book from the jyotiṣa tradition like Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra being taught through the PJC (Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course) or the Jaimini Sutra being taught in the Jaimini Scholar program.

Saying as much, we will not take more of your time and announce that the following coursea are now fully online, and are FREE

  • Śakuna Śāstra. This is about omens and signs. It is a weekend workshop and sometime in the future we will teach a full pro-course on this subject.
  • Mantra Śāstra. This is another course covered in two weekends. Those interested in learning the Śāradā Tilakaṁ should take the pro-course ‘Mantra Foundation’ at www.mantrashastra.net

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Sanjay Rath belongs to a traditional family of astrologers from Bira Balabhadrapur Sasan village of Puri, Orissa, which trace their lineage back to Shri Achyuta Das (Sri Achyutananda). His grandfather, the late Pandit Jagannath Rath, was the Jyotish Ratna of Orissa and authored many books on Jyotish.
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Meaning of word Jyotiṣa

Meaning of word Jyotiṣa

by Pandit Sanjay Rath
5th May 2015
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Jyotiṣa as a subject is very vast. Firstly, why is the subject called Jyotiṣa? Why was it not given some other name? When we talk of Jyotiṣa, it is the name of the Sun God, one of the names of the Sun. As a Sun God is Jyotiṣa, so you are supposed to be like that Sun, shining bright. Where you go, the Sun must shine. You have to give light where there is darkness.

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