List of free-to-read Vedic books in our Library

The books in our library are free-to-read for anyone wishing to broaden their knowledge of Vedic culture. Although the translator's commentaries have not been included, this abridged material may still be subject to copyright laws and copying, publishing or misusing it for any commercial purpose without permission may be considered a violation of considered a violation of copyright.

Scholars tell us that the great sage Parashara, considered to be the father
of Vedic astrology, lived at the time of the Mahabharata war, about 3000 BC. The Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra (BPHS), a compendium on astrology, is the primary text book for all students of Vedic astrology.
Rishi Bhrigu was the first compiler of predictive Astrology. His famous compilation, Bhrigu Samhita, which contains the predictions for thousands of combinations, is popular even today.
The Jaimini sutras, or Upadesha Sutras, by Rishi Jaimini is a unique classic, rated by many as next only to the Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra. His guru was the great Rishi Veda Vyasa, who was the son of Rishi Parashara!!
By Neelakanta Daivagyna around 1550 AD, is a great classic dealing with the Prasna or Horary Astrology and a must for any astrologer.
A rare manuscript by the poet Kalidasa. The text is based on Parasara
and Jaimini. It provides an exhaustive list of the significators of houses
and planets.
The Gita is a doctrine of universal truth. Its message is universal, sublime, and non-sectarian. The Gita deals with the most sacred metaphysical science. It imparts the knowledge of the Self and answers two universal questions: Who am I, and how can I lead a happy and peaceful life in this world of dualities.

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