Lal Kitab is famous primarily because of its remedial measures. Pt. Roop Chand Joshi originally wrote the Lal Kitab in Urdu text in between 1939 and 1952. Details are given below:
1) Lal Kitab Ke Farman in 1939
2) Lal Kitab Ke Arman in 1940
3) Lal Kitab third part in 1941
4) Lal Kitab Ke Farman in 1942
5) Lal Kitab in 1952
Following lines will be found on the front page of every Lal Kitab edition:
"Beemari Ka bagair dwayee bhi illaz hai" (Diseases can be cured without medicines)
"Magar maut ka koyee illaz nahin" (But there is no cure for death)
"Duniyavi hissaab kitab hai" (these are worldly calculations)
"Koi dawaa e khudai nahin" (not a final verdict from the Almighty)
Reading or analysing a horoscope is incomplete until one recommends some remedies to minimize the ill effects of evil planets. In the ten years of my experience in Astrology, I have read thousands of horoscopes, recommended Lal Kitab remedies and have been successful in negating the bad influences to a very large extent. There are some astrologers who believe that individuals using remedial measures interfere with their Karma, but I strongly disagree with this school of thought. According to me, Lal Kitab remedies are simple and affordable, and people who cannot afford expensive Gem Stones can benefit from Lal Kitab remedies. A word of caution; just as self medication can be harmful, performing Lal Kitab remedies without the supervision of professional astrologer can be extremely risky. In upcoming articles, I will discuss the effects of different planets in different Houses and remedies to ward off their bad influences.
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The Ganeshaspeaks Team