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About Kedar Joshi

Kedar Joshi (born 31 December 1979, at 07:30 IST, in Mumbai) is a noted Hindu astrologer and philosopher, an atheist-turned-Hindu by virtue of Jyotisha, with over 14 years of far-reaching experience in Hindu astrology, and strange as it may sound, is the lord of the Kali Yuga, who is destined to mature on 31 December 2020; and the only hope left for establishing the truth in the Hindu religion until the advent of Kalki.

When the Republic of India wants to destroy my religion, I alone can demonstrate the profound, scientific truth in it. And I can prove it in the World Court that, even constitutionally speaking, the Republic of India is, in fact, neither secular nor democratic; it is rather against the Hindu religion, the religion of around 80% Indians, and it is nearly autocratic.


Present Life Member of four societies: Cambridge University Scientific Society, Cambridge University Engineering Society, Cambridge University Biological Society, and Cambridge University Atheist and Agnostic Society, University of Cambridge

Research Interests

Metaphysics, Bhagavad Gita, Psychiatry, Politics, and Astrology

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Honors and Awards

  • Guest lecturer at Jyotish Parishad, Pune (3 Aug 2008) and at Jyotirvid Mahasabha, Pune (10 Aug 2008)
  • S. P. College, Pune: Science Association: Science Exhibition (Electronics): Certificate of Merit (28 Feb 2001), for Joshi's project "Classification by feature discovery through unsupervised competitive learning using a neural network simulator implemented in C++"


  • Master of Arts (Philosophy) by Research: University of Pune: 1st Class (May 2003)
  • Bachelor of Science (Electronics): University of Pune: 1st Class (April 2001)

Contact Information

Mobile: +91-9890837899
City: Pune (India)

Republic of India (8)

Savarkar (1)

British royal family (1)

Quotations (1)

Medical science (2)

England (1)

Gandhi (1)

Anti-Brahmin sentiments (1)

Consciousness (3)

Astrology (1)

General Relativity (1)

Logical and Physical Necessities (1)

The NSTP (Non-Spatial Thinking Process) Theory (6)