This rare book on Astrology was written by the renowned astrologer, Rup Lal, in the late nineteenth century and was published from Lahore in pre-partitioned India. These are the opening lines of this great book. This inter alia means that disease is curable by adopting the remedies suggested in this book, but there is no remedy against death; hence, the great astrologer does not claim to be God. By adopting the affordable remedies suggested in this great book, one can lead a better and healthier life. It is a ready reckoner in which all the problems and their solutions are presented and effectively solved.
Without medicines, diseases are curable,
But death is inevitable;
It is just the worldly accounts,
We do not claim Godhood
The main thing is to do all remedies in the presence of Lal Kitab Astrologer because they know which one remedy will be beneficial at which time otherwise wrong remedy can do reverse effect on you.
|S. No.||Name of Planet||Divine Authority||Gender||Colour||Remedy for children & other reasons||Remedies|
|1||Jupiter||Lord Brahma||Male||Yellow||Vishnu worship||Daal chana (yellow lentil), saffron, gold|
|2||Sun||Lord Vishnu||Male||Wheatish||Vishnu Puran||Wheat, red copper, jaggery|
|3||Moon||Lord Shiva||Female||Milky White||Shiva Worship||Rice, silver, milk, milky- white pearl|
|4||Venus||Goddess Laxmi||Female||Curd Like||Selfless service of people||Ghee, curd, camphor curd- like pearl, sand, white butter|
|5||Mars||Hanuman||Male||Red Hot||Gayatri paath||Masur daal (red lentil), red things, red coral|
|6||Mercury||Goddess Durga||Effeminate (Vegetarian)||Green||Durga paath||Moong (green lentil), emerald|
|7||Saturn||Bhairon||Effeminate (Minerals)||Black||Respect for elders||Urad (black lentil), iron, leather goods, timber, coal|
|8||Rahu||Goddess Saraswati||Node (Dragon’s head)||Blue||Worship of virgins||Mustard (sarson), sapphire (neelam), gomed (hessonite)|
|9||Ketu||Lord Ganesha||Node (Dragon’s tail)||Black & White||Donate black & white cow||Til (sesame), black & white blanket, cat’s eye (Lahsunya). Banana|