Sanjay Rath

Sanjay Rath

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  • Name:
  • Sanjay Rath
  • Born:
  • August 7, 1963

Sanjay Rath Biography

Sanjay Rath is a well known astrologer from Odissa. He comes from a traditional family of astrologers from Bira Balabhadrapur Sasan village in Puri who are the descendants of Shri Achyuta Das (Sri Acyutananda). He has also written significant books on Indian Astrology.

 
Sanjay is a graduate of mechanical engineering. After graduation he joined government service in July 1991. He was promoted to Under Secretary in the Ministry of Defense in October 1997. He translated Maharshi Jaimini's Upadesha Sutras which became immensely popular. He also got numerous disciples. As he couldn’t handle both Government service and his true passion, he resigned from the job in the year 2000 to completely concentrate in astrology.  Sanjay Rath uses Brhat Parasara Horasastra, Jaimini Upadesa Sutra, Kalyanavarma’s Saravali and Jaimini Upades Sutra as his basic books. He also refers Bhagavat Gita, Hindu puranas and Hindu Upanishads. He is a strict follower of the teachings of the ancient seers and is also a keen promoter for research and further development of the subject. At present, he is working on translating the ancient Jyotish scriptures relative to his understandings in the subject.


His important books are Jaimini Maharishi's Upadesa Sutra, (1997), Crux of Vedic Astrology: Timing of Events, (1998), Vedic Remedies in Astrology(2000), Narayana Dasa, (2001), Varga Cakra, (2002), Vimsottari and Udu Dasa's, (2002), Collected Papers in Vedic Astrology, (2006)  and Brihat Nakshatra, (2008). At present he is the Chairman of SJC Education and Research Center, Nagpur which offers Bachelors' Degrees and Masters' Degrees in Vedic Astrology. He founded Sri Jagannath Vedic Center (SJVC) in 1998 as a platform for open discussion about the teachings of his Jyotish tradition. But due to difference in opinion with his fellow friends, he left the institution and founded Sri Jagannath Center (SJC) in 2001. Teachings are based on Sanskrit works written by ancient saints, Parasara and Jaimini.

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Updated: October 15, 2013

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