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The role of the Yogs (Yogas) in Indian astro-palmistry

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The role of the Yogs (Yogas) in Indian astro-palmistry

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:05 pm


In various other discussions at this forum some forum members (Stalin & Upendrasingh Bhadoriya) have talked about 'Yogs' - a.k.a. 'Yogas' - in indian palmistry.

'Yogs' can be describes as combinations of hand characteristics which appear to origin directly from astrology (where these are named 'Yogas'). This implicates that the 'Yog' can be recognized as a typical example of astro-palmistry.




But how important are these 'Yogs' in classical Indian palmistry?

Narayan Dutt Shrimali writes in the preface of his book 'Practical Palmistry' (p.4):

" I have given the gist of Indian and Western views on palmistry in this book. At the same time, I have made it clear what are the fundamental differences and why are these differences? Which one is correct and with the help of which sutra, correct future telling can be done?
These truths have been incorporated in this book for the first time and at the same time, description about lines on the palm, fingers and their joints and other signs on the human body have all been collect exhaustively. Behind all this, there is my study, more than the study is the presentation of the subject-matter are long years of experience in this line. There is no mention of the astronomical yogas (combinations) not only in India but also in the world's other books on palmistry because the subject is very tough and not easily accessible. In this book for the first time more than 240 palmistry combinations (yogas) have been thoroughly explained and this is the special feature of this book."



Remember, always be aware of 'who writes what'!

In this case, Narayan Dutt Shrimali (1933 – 1998) was a profession author who became known as a 'Guru of the highest proficiency' (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narayan_Dutt_Shrimali ). However, this man wrote at least 40 books... about many other topics beyond palmistry, including many other Indian sciencies.

So, obviously this is not a man who devoted his life to reading hands: palmistry was only one of the many Indian sciences that her learned and wrote about.


Additionally, Shrimali's writing may not be reliable. For example: regarding Shrimali's claim that the 'Yogs' were never described before in earlier palmistry books - one of our forum members from India, mister Upendrasingh Bhadoriya, described that he is aware that the 'Yogas' have been mentioned in some much older books.

Upendrasingh Bhadoriya wrote:

"I have one Hindi book named “Sachitra Samudrik Rahsyam” written by Late Pt. KalikaPrasad ( Rajjyotishi Of Banaras State)(Royal Astrologer of Banaras State) having good palmistry in form of ‘Shloka’ printed in Samvat 1984 means before 84 year i.e. 1924 AD in which 25 Yogs are given in separate chapter named “Yogavali”."

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/iiie-vedic-palmistry-f5/which-time-scale-of-fate-line-fits-in-your-practice-t296-15.htm#3042


Anyone who is able to share more info about the history of the 'Yogs' ('Yogas') in palmistry is very welcome to do that in this discussion!


TIP: Here you can find pictures + descriptions of 50 Indian 'Yogs':
http://www.indianetzone.com/26/different_types_yog_palmistry.htm



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Re: The role of the Yogs (Yogas) in Indian astro-palmistry

Post  Upendrasingh Bhadoriya on Fri Dec 03, 2010 5:50 pm

I have no comment for this gentleman. I have come to through some reliable sources that he able to produce money with help of Yagna. Some of his follower called him Bhagwan “GOD”. He wrote more than more than forty books on various subjects I think which is possible to a “GOD” only. Yogas mentioned in http://www.indianetzone.com/26/different_types_yog_palmistry.htm almost came from his book only. Actually all these yogas are mentioned in astrology. And he derived in to palmistry. He is right what he described is not found anywhere in palmistry because they are not a part of palmistry and even almost are not applicable ( My request : Any one can check them)
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Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Dec 03, 2010 5:58 pm


Hello U.B.,

Thank you for sharing your additonal thoughts.

I guess, regarding my question:
"How important are these 'Yogs' in classical Indian palmistry?"

... your answer appears to be: that the 'Yogs' should not be associated with classic Indian palmistry.


thinking Not sure...have I understood your comments correctly?

(If so, then your answer sounds very sensible to me! Thumbs up! )

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Post  Upendrasingh Bhadoriya on Sat Dec 04, 2010 5:19 am

Martijnji Namste

Before I explain yogas from palmistry book I would like to write some meaning of Word “yog” : joining together, connection, relation; relationship, union; association, intercourse etc.Yoga is part of Indian classical palmistry but what shown in 'Practical Palmistry' of Narayan Dutt Shrimali is not a part of classical palmistry. In palmistry yoga means joining together various lines and signs and their resultant force or ability to do something or achievement. Such type of analysis are given in some western palmistry also under the name or title like “An apparatus for counselors” “Summary of vocation signs” “Summary of human characteristics” etc. I think all these things come after you complete the reading of that book only when a reader become able to judge them and apply on palm easily.
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Re: The role of the Yogs (Yogas) in Indian astro-palmistry

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Dec 04, 2010 3:43 pm


Okay U.B., thank you for answering my question!

Yes, your answer makes sense for me: I think you are basically refering to the 'art of combination'.

By the way, I have the impression that the 'art of combination' is hardly ever seen in classic Indian palmistry - therefore I think it is important to find out where the use of 'Yogs' really started in Indian palmistry (because 'Yogs' describe always a combination of hand characteristics).

If we come to the conclusion that 'Yogs' were never a part of ancient palmistry, because these became a part of Indian palmistry at a later moment... then that would mean a clear identification of the fundamental difference between 'ancient Indian palmistry' and 'modern hand reading' (+ 'scientific hand reading').


PS. I have planned to write more about this topic at my website - but it would be very helpful if we find more details about the origins of the 'Yogs' in palmistry!!


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