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The Parāśara Jyotiṣa course is to be taught in the tradition of Puri, India and includes spiritual instructions to develop the mind in order to grasp the entire subject. The student is to develop a keen understanding of Vedic astrology and will master all the śloka of Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra (BPHS). Read Overview
The Syllabus for the first academic year (PJC Year-1) coverts the following topics: Śubhārambha; Sṛṣṭi: Creation; Graha: Planets; Rāśi: Vedic Signs; Dṛṣṭi: Aspect; Upagraha; Bhāva: Houses; Viśeṣa Lagna: Special Ascendants; Sūtikā: Birth Conditions; Ariṣṭa Bhaṅga: Destruction of Evils; Avatāra...Syllabus
PJC India is mentored by Sarbani Rath, Jaimini Scholar. Sarbani completed the 5-year long Jaimini Scholar Programme and is a certified Jaimini Scholar (2011) of the First Himalaya Batch of Devaguru Bṛhaspati Center (DBC). She currently teaches the 2nd Himalaya Batch of Jaimini Scholar Program, the 4th batch of PJC and will now be teaching this sixth batch of PJC. Besides jyotisa, she is an expert in sanskrit and has been associated with the Sarada Math since childhood. Member of BAVA, CVA.About Sarbani
Twinkle Vijaywargiya qualified as Jyotiṣa Paṇḍita of the 2nd Batch of PJC. She is a practicing astrologer and is well versed with BPHS. She is currently enrolled with the Jaimini Scholar Program. Born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, she is a Post Graduate in Botany from Jiwaji University, Gwalior and an Advanced Diploma holder in Bioinformatics.
Joining PJC is a simple process and anybody with some serious interest in Vedic knowledge is welcome. The best part of PJC is the 'Contact Course' with personal interaction with mentors which normally ranges between one to three weeks. PJC 2017 will have its Contact Classes in the Himalayas (Bhim Tal)
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  • The Inspiration

    Brahma taught the Vedas and vedāñga (which includes Jyotiṣa) to his mind-born son Nārada. Some jyotiṣa teachings are available in the Nārada saṁhitā. In turn …read

  • PJC Overview

    The Parāśara Jyotiṣa course is to be taught in the tradition of Puri, India and includes spiritual instructions to develop the mind in order to …read

  • Certification

    Certification is optional as jyotiṣa is a vedāñga or spirituality related discipline. Students who wish to become Teachers of any course or Mentors will have …read

  • Certification Optional

    Certification is optional as jyotiṣa is a vedāñga or spirituality related discipline. ♦ Students who wish to become Teachers of any course or Mentors will …read

  • Jyotiṣa Paṇḍita

    The Jyotiṣa Paṇḍita Certification examination can be taken by students after they complete the following academic years of study of the Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course. PJC …read

  • PJC Year-1 Syllabus

    Syllabus PJC Year-1 This is the foundation of Vedic astrology where the teachings of the sage Parāśara are explained in scientific detail. The principles involved …read

  • Use PJC Website

    A small video about using the PJC Website. We shall be uploading Webinars in due course

  • Time Required

    How many hours by week i.e. how much time is required? Also in which month (approx) the contact program will be held? Answer: You can …read

  • Online Classes

    How are the classes conducted online through internet? Answer: The classes are conducted through lessons. These lessons are online pages and they also have video …read

  • New Batch?

    Will the course starting from January (2015, or any year) have a new batch of people or the course is continuing from previous years? Answer: …read

  • Śubhārambha Plan

    We have a certain vision for the students of PJC Year-1 which needs to be completed with their mentor. You will notice under Members >> …read

  • Long Course

    BPHS takes 5 months to read, max! why does this course need 5 years? Every subject has levels of knowledge and the same book can …read

  • Announcement

    Objectives The Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course (PJC) is to be taught in the tradition of Puri, India and includes spiritual instructions to develop the mind in order to grasp the entire […]

  • PJC-3 Himalaya Class

    Students are encouraged to participate in the Himalaya Contact classes as there is no real substitute to learning directly from the guru. In addition to the lessons, some mantra initiations […]

  • PJC Year-3 Admission
    This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Batch I-II

    Course Fees and Certification ★ Pick a Plan that Fits You ★ It is important to decide in advance whether you wish to be certified as a ‘Jyotisa Pandita’ of […]

  • PJC-1 Himalaya Class 2015
    This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Batch IV 2015

    Students are encouraged to participate in the contact classes as there is no real substitute to learning directly from the guru. In addition to the lessons, some mantra initiations are […]

  • Himalaya Class 2017

    बृं देवगुरु बृहस्पतये नमः bṛṁ devaguru bṛhaspataye namaḥ Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course Himalaya Class Dates: 31st Aug – 12th Sep, 2017 (13 days) Arrival: On or before 30th Aug, 2017 Venue: […]

  • PJC Study Groups

    Welcome to the Parāśara Jyotiṣa Course (PJC) -India, Batch of 2017. Welcome to the realm of the ṛṣis. As you prepare yourselves to be initiated to the Bṛhat Parāśara Horā […]

  • Expansion of Nārāyaṇa – Directions

    In the lesson Foundation of Vedic Astrology, the first division of the body of Nārāyaṇa was divided into four parts. If we consider the entire body to be represented by […]

  • Vidya, Jnana and Mantra

    As you know we have a contact class for a short period where we teach some of the topics of the PJC and get an opportunity to meet with the […]

  • Jyotiṣa Devatā

    As a subject, Jyotiṣa has a few major heads which include – • Lakṣaṇa Śāstra which means study of the omens and signs on the body and around. This includes […]

  • New PJC Members

    Some of you have joined PJC Year-1 and have made direct debit payments to the bank account. Please inform your mentor Sarbani Rath or Mariella Cassar to ensure that you […]

  • Bhagavat Gita Sloka 10-20

    अहमात्मा गुडाकेश सर्वभूताशयस्थितः। अहमादिश्च मध्यं च भूतानामन्त एव च॥ १०-२०॥ ahamātmā guḍākeśa sarvabhūtāśayasthitaḥ | ahamādiśca madhyaṁ ca bhūtānāmanta eva ca || 10-20|| Simple Translation: O thick-haired (Arjuna), I am the […]

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Sarbani Rath, Mentor
Jaimini Scholar (2011)
sarbanirath@gmail.com
+91 9810449850
Twinkle Vijayawargiya, Asst.
Jyotisa Pandita (2016)
vijaywargiya.twinkle@gmail.com
+91 99802 93808

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