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20. 02. 2019
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Introduction to Lal Kitab: Principle, Culture, Use

Who is not in distress in the present era?

Some are anguished mentally, some physically, some by children, some by spouse. There is no harmony in the family as before. Everybody wants to cook one's meal separately. The tradition of the joint family has already been shattered.

One, who is in trouble, primarily wants freedom from it, be it only a minor wound. His first priority remains to get relief from the pain whatsoever it may cost. The author of Lal Kitab had understood this principle much earlier and created trials or remedies imbibing good conduct, righteousness and fundamental code of social and universal conduct along with the interweave of astrology so that' the person might secure relief from the pain as well as remain connected with the societal customs.

Who in India is unaware of Lal Kitab at the present time? A person who has interest in astrology, even to a little extent, must be aware of Lal Kitab or he must have heard about it.

Several remedies, which are recognized as the suggested trials of Lal Kitab, have become part of our culture today.

While travelling by train, who would not throw out some coins if the train happens to cross over the holy river Ganga or Yamuna? Who does not feed grass to cow, offer bread to dog, offer meal to beggar, give food to unmarried girls, give dakshina (donation) to Brahmins? These can be considered the appropriate examples of the simplicity and popularity of the trials of Lal Kitab.

Nine planets have been accorded prominence in Lal Kitab as in the classical astrology. Besides, the basis of future-telling is based on the planetary position, according to the twelve, houses. Of course there are differences. The author of Lal Kitab had considered only Aries as ascendant which means that the ascendant will always be Aries under all circumstances whereas absolutely accurate future-telling is prevalent in the traditional astrology by taking ascendant into account.

While the remedies of the traditional astrology are time-consuming and costly, the remedies prescribed by Lal Kitab are simple, easy, and cheap. This is the reason for its popularity.

There are three features in the core principle of Lal Kitab which have been made the foundation. There are nine planets which are moving in the infinite universe and which are the symbols of the following elements:

(1) Mercury - Expanse or vastness

(2) Rahu - The friend and supporter of the Mercury, sky

(3) Sun - Light

(4) Saturn- Darkness

(5) Jupiter - Air

(6) Venus - Nadir

(7) Ketu -The supporter and friend of the Venus, Nadir

(8) Moon - The Earth

(9) Meteor (Shooting Star).

The native (a person) comes to the earth with his own fate and that cannot be changed. It can only be changed in exchange of the execution of self. Planets influence in two ways, namely certain and uncertain, during the planetary transit. The fate depicts the certain influence of the planets.

The uncertain influence of some of the planets is not confirmed, hence that may be altered through remedies. The trouble can be solved. It is this basic principle that the author of Lal Kitab has taken along to create the great book. It is true beyond doubt that the remedies of Lal Kitab help in doing away with the problem. I have seen extraordinary miracles of problem-solving by adopting the remedies of Lal Kitab along with traditional astrology.

Planets exert malefic effects in two ways according to Lal Kitab. For example, the remedies will work When a planet sitting in a house exerts influence according to the house but when the same planet starts exerting its own influence, no remedy will work.

The remedies have been divided into three categories as - trial, remedy and good conduct.

Trials are meant for quick relief. Remedies offer long- term relief and good conduct affects permanently. A person can remain perpetually pleased by observing the rules of good conduct and can pave a safe future for the coming generation.

It is described in the scriptures and Puranas that a son has to pay his father's debt. As such the father's debt has been defined in Lal Kitab also. Sins keep on accumulating in successive generations.

While talking of good conduct, we should note that these remedies have assimilated with our culture along with the good conduct in such a way that they, do not appear as remedies. Furthermore, we constantly observe several remedies unawares; for example - do not tell a lie, do not be a false witness, do not speak foul, do not abuse, have faith in God, pray and worship gods and goddesses, do not resort to cruelty, do not eat non-vegetarian food and do not take alcoholic drink, wear clean and decent clothes, pierce nose, keep your nose clean, clean your teeth, live in joint family, maintain good relations with in-laws, keep unmarried girls pleased by donating clothes and giving feast to them, present sister and daughter with sweets etc., look after your wife and mother, serve your sister-in-law, raise your family properly, do not accept anything free, do not take the property of a childless person, take blessings of elders by touching their feet, do not live in a house that opens towards south, do not make hole in the roof of your house, keep a raw-place in the home, help and offer food to the physically challenged, serve widows, give food to cow, dog, crow, monkey etc.

Every worldly person in India observes most of these deeds. Can this be considered trial? The author of Lal Kitab has threaded these trials / remedies in such a way which could strengthen the foundation of our society. Brotherhood could develop, people could rouse interest towards good coat and religious culture and could have faith in the God, etc.

The society also benefits from many remedies of Lal Kitab: for example - if you throw a copper coin in the running water, the water would become clean as copper eliminates the organisms in the water. You should have seen in homes that most of the people keep water in a copper pot and drink that very water. Even doctors advise these days to drink water kept in the copper utensil.

Taking blessings of elders by touching their feet - many cultures and elders' agony have been attached with this remedy. In today's modern age, elders are snubbed and given just a corner to live in. The youth do not even like to talk to tin and the children, who had once remained attached to grandparents, do not like to talk with them, though good traditions still prevail in villages. These remedies would provide internal pleasure to those elders as they would that they are respected and cared for. Further, what do we actually lose in seeking blessings? After all we get something. I have experienced in my life the undertakings getting accomplished by mere blessings. A blessing emerging from an elder’s heart has often become a reality but if that heart has emitted a bitter vibe, no planet-star-remedy-tryout could stop its bad effect; his everything will be lost. Whereas the blessing of rishi-maharishis completed every enterprise successfully, their curse made the person suffer hopelessly. You might not have forgotten such stories of the Purans.

Pray and worship gods and goddesses. Where would be such a household whose inhabitants would think against their wards becoming religious, developing religious attitude, performing worship, practising devotion, visiting temples, etc? But in modern time everybody has enough time to gossip at the roadside; the whole family watches the complete cricket match sitting in front of the television; the entire family pays full concentration continuously for three hours while watching movie; chatting for hours goes on with the family guests; and there is time for listening to music and dancing; but if there is scarcity of time for something it is only for chanting of God's name. A little time can be spared for worshipping and devotion from the daily routine. Will it render some harm to the family if its one member hymns a paean in the morning or the evening? But this is not happening. Everybody has paucity of time and everybody is busy. Guessing this situation in advance, the author of Lal Kitab applied emphasis on worship-devotion- dedication so that a person could take the name of God and realize His authority by relieving himself of the affliction.

The process of going to the temple, offering of prasad, distribution of prasad etc. as part of several remedies has been written for this reason only.

Do not drink alcoholic beverage: Which household would ever want its child to relish an alcoholic drink or the non-vegetarian food? But man drinks wine and eats non- vegetarian meals in this modern age to show off his modernity. Lal Kitab would have suggested this remedy to mitigate these social ills so that people quit drinking, which is the reason for numerous troubles-and plights, consequently resolving 50 per cent of the trouble by themselves.

Offer food to disabled persons: The author has proposed the intent of sympathy for disabled assuming as to how the person who is dependent and cannot earn his own bread cannot survive. Hence effort has been made through this remedy to keep them alive. It has been endeavoured that humanity and compassion could continue to exist in the men's heart.

Help widow: A woman who loses her husband by death loses everything. Her dignity comes down and the society looks upon her dejectedly. Society does not consider her auspicious; she cannot offer sacred presents as if she has committed some wrong. This remedy must have been written with the intent to grant glory to the widows so that man could serve widows, respect them, and take care of them even though it might be part of remedy of their own affliction.

Offer food to cow, dog, crow etc.: The responsibility of some innocent creatures that have become a part of the society rests upon the society so that they could live on.

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