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Archaya P. Sanjay, M. Sc. LLB., a lawyer and journalist has great admiration for astronomy, astrology, numerology, Lal kitab and Mantras. He has a scientific back ground and he did a lot of research on these subjects. Providing Astro-Palm consultation to people's problems has become the sole aim and object of his life. His predictions are based on several dasas such as Vimshottari moon, Jamini Char Dasa, Kota Chakra, sun and ascendant. Yogini and Navanmsha dasa are additional methods to predict. This is rare way to predict in India. His numerous predictions published in the national and regional dailies have received great appreciations.
Hundreds of foreigners are taking appropriate advice from him. Delhi and Vrindaban are the working place in India. As in Vrindaban Radha Mohan Munger 'temple is one Astrological centre in India. This is true that 'Astrological guidance changes your destiny. Jyotisha is based on the laws of nature which bind the cosmos together. These laws express the unity within the diversity of life and the underlying intelligence which governs with great precision.

Name : Archaya P. Sanjay
Education : completed Post Graduate in Math in the year 1993.
Astrology : Basic astrology completed in the year 1988-96.
Later on joined Institute of Astrology, completed the course of Jyotish Acharya from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi.


The start of every planetary period in horoscope brings with it hopes of peace, prosperity and happiness. Like a phoenix that rises from its ashes, every dasa period is radiant with the colours of your dreams and aspirations.... Read More

Solar eclipses

A study by Acharya P. Sanjay, Astrologer and

A Solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Sun and the Earth so that the Sun is fully covered and this can only happen during a new Moon or just after Amavasya..... Read More

Anna Hazara- Astrological analysis -Acharya P. Sanjay, Astrologer.

Dr.Kisan Baburao Hazare, Marathi "popularly known as Anna Hazare (b. June 15, 1938), is an Indian social activist who is especially recognized for his contribution to the development of Ralegan Siddhi, a village in Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra, India and his efforts for establishing it as a model village, for which he was awarded the Padma Bhushan by Govt. of India, in 1992. On April 5, 2011, he has started a fast unto death to make a pressure on union government to enact Lokpal Bill a law on Lokpal that deals with corruption in public offices. At the centre of the movement is the respected social activist Anna Hazare who has begun a hunger strike that he says will not end till the government proves its commitment to the Jan Lokpal Bill. If Mr Hazare is commanding the attention of the average Indian, it is not just because of his considerable reputation as a crusader for basic rights for the aam admi or average Indian. Since the last year the country has confronted an epidemic of corruption within the government. The Commonwealth Games, a massive telecom scandal, and the appropriation by politicians and bureaucrats of a high-rise in Mumbai meant to house war widows and veterans have provoked public outrage. The government has been tested in Parliament by a reinvigorated Opposition. Current hot topics are 2G, CWG, Adarsh Society etc. etc. Anna Hazare''''s demand on drafting of Lokpal Bill has given us new reason for debates, talk shows, editorials and blogs. Read More
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