Famous Astrologers from India

List of notable or famous astrologers from India, with bios and photos, including the top astrologers born in India and even some popular astrologers who immigrated to India. If you're trying to find out the names of famous Indian astrologers then this list is the perfect resource for you. These astrologers are among the most prominent in their field, and information about each well-known astrologer from India is included when available.

List people range from Varahamihira to Parameshvara.

This historic astrologers from India list can help answer the questions "Who are some Indian astrologers of note?" and "Who are the most famous astrologers from India?" These prominent astrologers of India may or may not be currently alive, but what they all have in common is that they're all respected Indian astrologers.

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  • Bejan Daruwalla, born 11 July 1931, is a popular Indian astrology columnist. He has also served as a professor of English in Ahmedabad. Despite being of Parsi heritage, he is known to be an ardent follower of Lord Shri Ganesh. His astrological techniques combines Indian and Western Astrology, I-Ching, Tarot reading, the Kabalah and Palmistry. He sums up his general approach and technique of making predictions like this, "First of all, if the person is there I look at him and get vibrations. Second, the time the person comes is important. Thirdly, what type of day is it? Good, bad or indifferent? Fourth, lines on the palm. Fifth, the Indian horoscope and lastly, the western horoscope. So all ...more
    • Age: 91
    • Birthplace: Mumbai, India
  • Brahma Gopal Bhadury
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    Brahma Gopal Bhadury

    Dr. Brahma Gopal Bhadury is a master of tantra, yoga, astrology and ayurveda- Kaulachary. He holds postgraduate degrees in 14 disciplines and doctorates in sitar, poetry and philosophy. Bhadury's father was the late renowned academic, Sir Sudhir Ranjan Bhadury, who died in 1955.
    • Age: 76
    • Birthplace: India
  • Govinda Bhattathiri

    Govinda Bhaṭṭathiri (also known as Govinda Bhattathiri of Thalakkulam or Thalkkulathur) (c. 1237 – 1295) was an Indian astrologer and astronomer who flourished in Kerala during the thirteenth century CE. His major work was Dasadhyayi, a commentary on the first ten chapters of the astrological text Brihat Jataka composed by Varāhamihira (505 – 587 CE). This is considered to be the most important of the 70 known commentaries on this text. Bhaṭṭathiri had also authored another important work in astrology titled Muhūrttaratnaṃ. Paramesvara (ca.1380–1460), an astronomer of the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics known for the introduction of the Dṛggaṇita system of astronomical ...more
    • Birthplace: India
  • Harilal Upadhyay (Gujarati: હરિલાલ ઉપાધ્યાય) was a Gujarati novelist and poet. He wrote more than 100 books.
    • Age: Dec. at 77 (1916-1994)
    • Birthplace: Gujarat, India
  • Kotamraju Narayana Rao, also known as K. N. Rao, is a Hindu astrologer and author of many books on Hindu astrology. Born in Machilipatnam town of Andhra Pradesh, Kotamraju Narayana Rao retired from the Indian Audits and Accounts Service as Director General in November 1990. Rao learned astrology from his mother K. Saraswati Devi. He is the Advisor and founder member of the world's largest school of astrology, being run in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi. He also edits the Journal of Astrology which is the best astrological three monthly carrying articles and researches relating to Vedic Astrology. In general, he, along with Dr. BV Raman, is considered instrumental in bringing Vedic ...more
    • Age: 91
    • Birthplace: Machilipatnam, India
  • Parameshvara
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    Kottessori Parameshvara Kundisori (c. 1380–1460) was a major Indian mathematician and astronomer of the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics founded by Madhava of Sangamagrama. He was also an astrologer. Parameshvara was a proponent of observational astronomy in medieval India and he himself had made a series of eclipse observations to verify the accuracy of the computational methods then in use. Based on his eclipse observations, Parameshvara proposed several corrections to the astronomical parameters which had been in use since the times of Aryabhata. The computational scheme based on the revised set of parameters has come to be known as the Drgganita or Drig system. Parameshvara ...more
    • Age: Dec. at 45 (1380-1425)
    • Birthplace: India