BHRIGH SHASTRA TALKS ABOUT PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE IN RESPECT OF EACH PLANETARY POSITION, BIRTH MIUNTE DETAILS, FAMILY TREE, & AMAZING FINDINGS.
Bhrigu Mahashastra is basically the conversation between Lord Shukra and Maharishi Bhrigu written by Lord Ganesha. Shri Shukracharya lies flat on his belly in front of Lord Ganesha and Maharishi Bhrigu with his hands folded on the top of his head and pays his respects and then asks “ Oh father please relate me that when the planets are in the following positions then what all and who all will come to you and what all will there questions be ?.. “
After this the vachak starts reading about the life of the native and one by one on a paper as small as a postcard he reads about the life of all the people present in the darbar (a wholly place of worship) and this reading goes on for hours and hours at a stretch. It sometimes even holds the details of the previous births of the natives. It is very important for us to know that our deeds and actions do answer us back and only we have to be responsible and pay the price for our previous deedsBHRIGU MAHASHASTRA
We can sometimes find the tracks of our last four births. But it is not always that you will get the details of your last births as it is up to Bhrigu Ji as what he wants to tell and what he does not. Bhrigu Samhita is considered to be the fifth Veda of the Treta yug the other four being The Rig Ved, Shama Ved, Yajur Ved and The Atharva Ved. Kalidas has quoted ‘Bhrigu Samhita’ in his book ‘Uttar Kalamrit’. Maharishi Parashar and Varahmihir were well versed in Bhrigu Mahashastra.BHRIGU MAHASHASTRA
Bhrigu Mahashastra was written by Shri Ganesha with his one teeth hence he was called “ Ekdanth ”. It for this reason that Lord Krishna Proclaimed in Gita the Song Divine, “ Of Maharishis, I am Bhrigu and again so among the wise, I am Shukracharya”.Lord Vasistha told Rama that both the Rishis were “ Living liberated guides of men by their knowledge of All that was to be known.” “You can be blessed by lord Bhrigu “ ( Shree Krishna - Gita )