Author: B V RamanPublisher: UBS PublishersYear: 1996Language: EnglishPages: 304ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185273979
This book by India's most famous astrologer records his impressions and responses of the Western audience to his appeal for an objective consideration of Hindu Astrology. His detailed descriptions of his travels of the cities and places he visited and the customs and social mores of the people present a vivid picture of the American scene.
Preface to First EditionForeward by Dr. Hans A HavemannIntroduction by Cyril FaganCHAPTER IThe PreparatonCHAPTER IIThe JourneyCHAPTER IIINew York-1CHAPTER IVNew York-2CHAPTER VWashingtonCHAPTER VIBostonCHAPTER VIIClevelandCHAPTER VIIIToledoCHAPTER IXChicagoCHAPTER XLos AngelesCHAPTER XIThe United NationsCHAPTER XIIS.S. "Queen Mary"CHAPTER XIIILondon-1CHAPTER XIVLondon-2CHAPTER XVLondon-3CHAPTER XVIAstrology in AmericaCHAPTER XVIIScience and AstrologyCHAPTER XVIIIAstrology in EuropeCHAPTER XIXProblems Facing Western AstrologersCHAPTER XXAmerica and IndiaCHAPTER XXISubsequent Visits to U.S.A. Europe and JapanCHAPTER XXIIFifth Visit to U.S.A.Appendix I - Astrology in IndiaAppendix II - Visit to CambridgeAppendix III - Nadi AstrologyAppendix IV - Hindu Predictive Techniques