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Astrological Biography of Swa. Savarkar

Astrological Biography of Swa. Savarkar

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This is the Astrological Biography of Freedom Fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar described by P. V. Vartak.
This is the Astrological Biography of Freedom Fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar described by P. V. Vartak.

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P.V. Vartak is a renowned scholar who has been instrumental in unfolding many scientific factsfrom ancient Indian scriptures in Sanskrit and haspresented it to the modern day generation in lucidand intelligible form. Besides being a spiritualist &a medical professional, he combines in himself theattributes of a Historian, Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician, Philosopher, Counsellor, Orator & Author. He was born on 25th Feb 1933 at Pune, Maharashtra, India. A seeker of truth, he does notdifferentiate between the followers of differentreligions and faiths & showers his spiritual love onthe entire humanity indiscriminately. A distinguished rank holder throughout his academiccareer, he stood first in the London Chamber ofCommerce Examination though papers wereexamined at London. In his medical profession, he worked successfully as a lecturer in Surgery & Hon.Surgeon. In private practice he worked as Surgeon,Physician, Radiologist and Pathologist with highestmedical ethics. He commenced studies in Yoga andSpiritual Science in 1956 with highly analytical &scientific approach. Extra sensory perceptions have been experienced by him since 1959.
 
Dr. Vartak’s Coliseum
 
ByDr. P V Vartak, India.
avarkar did not believe in horoscopeand future telling. However hiselder brother
Babarao
had full belief in future telling and horoscope. Therefore
Baba
preserved the horoscope of 
Tatya
i.e.
Veer
 
Savarkar
. Let us study the horoscopeof 
Savarkar
and test how far we canestimate his life.Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Birth was atBhagur, near Nasik, Maharashtra, India,on 28-5-1883. Time 9-51 at night.
Planetary Positions Are As Follows:
Ascendant Dhanu (Sagittarius), RashiKumbha, (Aquarius). Sun, Mercury,Saturn and Pluto are in Taurus in the 6
th
 house. Mars, Venus, Neptune and Ketuare in Mesha (Aries), in 5
th
house. Jupiteris in Gemini, in 7
th
house. Uranus is in Leoin 9
th
house. Rahu is in Tula in 11
th
house.Moon is in Kumbha (Aquarius) in 3
rd
 house.
S
 
 am using
Pandit Raghunath Shastri Patwardhan's
book
'Bhawishya Siddhanta'
to describeeffects of signs of zodiac in ascendant or in Rashi. I state this deliberately to prove that Ihave not manipulated the results. Anybody can see that book and confirm that theeffects are printed there.Characteristics of Dhanu (Sagittarius) ascendant: Always detached from worldly affairs.Fair complexion, Steady mind, calm and quiet by nature, Face flat, low, Reddish eyes, Facepale, indifferent look, Lack of happiness from worldly facts. Discordance with others, Lackof money, Loss in business, anxious, pensive mood, Education the best.These characteristics are definitely seen in Veer Savarkar. He always remained away frompeople. He avoided friends, too, in childhood. He never took interest in works of others.However he himself did many works for Hindu nation. Therefore, the British Governmentbecame restless, but Savarkar was calm and quiet. His complexion was very fair. Manytimes he appeared pale. He was involved in himself and therefore his face appearedapathetic. He got no pleasure from worldly affairs. He was ready for conflict all the time;hence he began fighting with the British Empire. He was short of money since hischildhood. His ancestors were rich, but the riches were lost by fate. They were robbed bydacoits. He was very active and performed many enterprises, but all were for freedom of India. Therefore, he did not get financial benefits at all; on the contrary he got hardships andmisery. He did not do any business, trade. He did not practice as an advocate either, to earnpersonal gains. However, he advocated for his nation. He performed greatest work for Indiaand sacrificed his whole life and whole family for freedom of India; but got no returns at all,not even popularity. In a way he got failure in all aspects if seen casually. He was under
I
 
mental tensions all the time, had anxiety and grief, not for self but for our nation. He hadvery good or rather the best knowledge, almost divine knowledge and wisdom.His Rashi was Kumbha (Aquarius).
 
The effects of Kumbha Rashi are as follows. Calm andquiet. He was taciturn, talked very little. He never wasted time in chitchatting. He mixedwith others only for work. In that way he was selfish, but selfishness was restricted tonational interests. He was friendly with anybody. He was clever, shrewd, cunning,calculating, and alert. Therefore he recognized the deceptive plot of 
Sir Stafford Cripps
, in1942, and turned the tables on him. All other leaders had failed to notice the danger to Indiain the scheme of Cripps. It was for this reason that he rejected during 1900, the MagnaCharta of Queen Victoria, at the age of 17 years only, when all leaders were glorifying it. Hewas in a way selfish when he thought of our nation. He was very careful in national works.He professed that to be selfish for nation is ethics and morality as far as politics is concerned.He followed
Lord Krishna
in this type of morality. Therefore hypocritical schemes forwardedby Muslims or British were always opposed by him. In politics one must be selfish, shrewd,deceitful to enemies, said he all the time. He added further that credulity or naivety provesdestructive to nation.He was affectionate, loving, and generous. He was self respecting and proud as far as hiscountry was concerned. He was stubborn; he always proved his opinion true. His knowledgewas perfect. He was interested in doing research and had great knowledge in varioussubjects. He liked to get honour. He was slim, with fair complexion. His eyes were piercing,bright and sharp. Little hair, he developed baldness in old age.Savarkar had very loving nature and was very generous. He loved extremely his brothers,sister, sister-in-law, wife and children. He loved his father and mother too. But he lovedbeyond limits his motherland Hindusthan (India). His patriotism was unmatched. Becauseof his generosity he helped others all the time. Later in his life he was donated some money,but he gave it to the persons who needed wealth. Those people later did not return theprincipal amount, leave aside interest on it. He spent his time of relaxation in the
 Andaman's
 cellular jail to teach the prisoners.He was having real ego. He never tolerated insult to his country. He was stubborn in goodsense. He used to prove his opinion true. Due to this characteristic, he suffered manypunishments in Andaman and elsewhere, but he did not surrender to the British or to thejailers. After all, even
Mr. Barry
wished sorry to Savarkar. He was really noble and liberal,therefore when Mr. Barry became ill, Barry invited him to meet and Savarkar met him tosolace him.He was thoroughly perfect in knowledge. Nobody has so vast knowledge like Savarkar. Hehad studied many sciences. He was equally expert in writing articles and composing poetryand firing by pistols. He was the best in every field of literature. He had studied deeply all

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