Meeting Smt. Sheila Dikshit Ex. Chief Minister at her residence
ASTROLOGER RADHA KRISHAN VERMA
Lal Kitab expert with 30 years of professional experience. Expert in Shani consideration, Manglik Yog, and Kaal-Sarp Yog 325, Sector 19, Panchkula
On the pious occasion of Shri Shanishcharee Aamavasya on 27 May, 2006, I had organised a camp at Shri Raghunath Temple in Sector-15, Panchkula. The purpose of the camp was not only to educate people about Shani Dev (the planet Saturn) and his role in our lives; but more importantly my aim was to dispel the untruth and misinformation that some are “preaching” about Shani Dev, and creating panic among people in Saturn's name.
Thousasnds of people attended the camp, which was held on a Saturday. The day began by reciting Bhajans for about half an hour. Then I went on to address the gathering of men, women, and youths who had arrived with their horoscopes. I had mentioned the newspaper advertisement that I will provide free consultation to people regarding the role of Saturn in their horoscopes. The discourse lasted about 40 minutes, following which I made myself available to the people gathered. Close to 100 people had brought their horoscopes along.
The main points of my discourse were:
Shani Dev is a Deity.
We must worship and ask for forgiveness before him rather than be afraid of him
Shani Dev is a ‘karmic’ Judge and keeps watch over our actions (karmas)
When the time comes, Shani Dev affects our lives according on our actions (karmas)
Activities like meat-eating, intoxication, deceit, and dishonesty aggravates the planet
Effects of Sade-Sati and Dhaiya
The event was a resounding success. We started at 10 A.M. and did not finish until 7 P.M. Each and every person who had brought his/her horoscope was served. Upayes (remedies) were also suggested to them. The camp was covered by the regional press, including reporters from Amar Ujala, and the Punjab Kesri newspapers. With the response that I received in this camp, I am sure to organise more such camps in the future. Please check back to know about
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The event was covered by newspapers including
Amar Ujala, and Punjab Kesri on 27 May, 2006