1. Horoscope (Kundli) & Horoscope Consultation


In astrology, a horoscope is a chart or diagram representing the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, the astrological aspects, and sensitive angles at the time of an event, such as the moment of a person’s birth.

It is used as a method of divination regarding events relating to the point in time it represents and forms the basis of the horoscopic traditions of astrology. However, no studies have shown any scientific support for the accuracy of horoscopes, and the methods used to make interpretations are, at best, pseudo-scientific.

2. Match Making


Vedic Astrology has an excellent and proven method of compatibility matching based on nakshatras (Lunar Constellations), which is called Ashtakoot milan or simply guna milap.

It assigns points for factors that influence marriage. More the points, more chances of success of the marriage.

3. Vastu Consultation


Vastu Shastra- an inquisitive science of architecture encapsulates the forces which act upon a given space through flow of positive energy.

Vastu refers to ‘abode’ or mansion and Shastra or Vidya means science or knowledge, so Vastu Vidya is the sacred holistic science pertaining to designing and building of houses.

4. Pyramids for various problems


Pyramid problems related to surface area and volume with detailed solutions. All these problems has solution in the corresponding type of pyramid.

5. Gemstones


The working of the Gemstones up to the point that a gemstone transmits energy of a particular planet into your body, and that particular planet gains strength.

And if that planet is a good planet for you, it will start giving its positive results more quickly and with more quantum and also it would become stronger to face the bad aspects or effects of bad planets.

6. Rudraksha


Rudraksha is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree whose seed is traditionally used for prayer beads in Hinduism.

Rudraksha beads are the material from which garlands (108 beads in number) are made. The term is used both for the berries themselves and as a term for the type of mālā made from them. In this sense, a rudraksha is a rosary, used for repetitive prayer (japa), a common aid to worship in Hinduism. Rudraksha is also used for treatment of various diseases in traditional Indian medicine.