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Astrologer Ridhi bahl

Vidya Vachaspati & Royl Astrologer

Born on the day of Janmashtami, named after Lord Krishna, Pt. Madhusudan Ojha, Vidya Vachaspati & Royl Astrologer the highest title in astrology, was also considered as the second “Ved Vyas” of Ved Scriptures.

Ved Vyas was the one who authored the Gita and Mahabharata and compiled the Vedas and was also considered God for possessing a divine power to see the past, present and future.

Considering his transcendental wisdom and seminal contribution to the cause of scientific interpretation of the Vedas Pandit MadhuSudan ji earned the tittle of Second Ved Vyas or An Incarnation of Ved Vyas, bestowed on him by many Acharyas of that time.

The tittle of Vidyavachaspati was given to him by then King of Jaipur Maharaja Madho Singh, he was also considered amongst the nine jewels of the King.

Even as a child he exhibited extraordinary talents and was considered a genius by whoever came to know of his knowledge.