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Strange Before Bedtime Habit For Explosive Size



oscopic astrology, Shripati wrote Jatakakarmapaddhati (“Way to the Computation of Nativity”), Jyotisharatnamala (“A Jewel Necklace of Astral Science”), and possibly Daivajnavallabha (“A Lover of Fortune-Tellers”). Jyotisharatnamala was modeled on Jyotisharatnakosha, an astrological work by the 8th-century Indian astronomer-astrologer Lalla. The two works ascribed with certainty to Shripati were highly influential on the development of astrology in India, and many commentaries were written on them.

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