Pandit Rup Chand Joshi (1898–1982) of Village Pharwala, Jalandhar district of Punjab, authored the Lal Kitab in five volumes. The last one was published in 1952. Some believe he was the original writer of this doctrine, while some others believed he might have re-written the book on someone else’s work.
Lal kitab has combined the two main aspects – Palmistry and Hindu Astrology – together in one single principle. It is very much reliable concept per so many astrologers as it gives importance to the planetary positions in the Horoscope. Written both in Hindi and Urdu, the book is very much popular in India and Pakistan. Unlike in case of other Hindu astrology remedies, Lal Kitab does not consider performing Pujas and wearing Gemstones; it gives a new way of healing through astrology. It gives very logical ways of running a good life, and those are more popular for their real values rather than for the astrological interpretations.
Showing respect and inner love to elderly people to Jupiter strong, thus endowing you with Gyana, Dhana, Bhagya, Gurutva, etc
By respecting your dad you can strengthen your Sun position, symbolic as the success in life
Wearing gold and saffron bindi on forehead for an all round success
Eating near kitchen and avoid eating on bed to reduce Rahu effect
Make your home neat and clean and dispose all the old unnecessary articles to reduce the bad effect of Rahu.
Feeding cows to have good marital life and crows and fish to strengthen mother’s health and monkeys to be wealthy
Loving stray dogs to concrete your Ketu, known for male child and luxury