Lal-Kitab, originally from Persia (now Iran) is published in Urdu language without the part of punctuation and sounds Greek to a layman. Lal-Kitab has defined unique curative measures with solution for chronic and critical human problems in everyday life. The suggestion and solutions advised in Lal Kitab are extremely effective in figuring out all kinds of human troubles and tensions, without affecting anybody. The remedies suggested in Lal Kitab are completely self-preservative against the wrong affects of the planets without causing injury to anyone.
Lal-Kitab remedial methods are inexpensive and very much affordable and in the reach of the common man and are reliable too. Lal-Kitab has also described the science of palmistry in such manner that each of the 42 divisions of the human brain has been associated to the different houses of a man's birth chart. It is done in such a scientific method that the outline of the human brain reflects exactly on the lines of the palm.
Lal Kitab is basically palmistry. The astrological contents that are added to it are to reflect the findings of a palmist or rather to confirm it. The palm has been divided into 12 parts just like the natural Zodiac has twelve signs. Some types of shapes have been allotted to planets. These shapes wherever they exist on palm are supposed to be occupying particular houses of the birth chart. These signs represent the planets they are allotted to. Thus we have the twelve houses and the nine planets posted in the chart having twelve houses. The astrological chart is ready on the basis of the palm. They are often different from the birth charts prepared on astrological principles. The authenticity of astrological charts is to be corrected by the chart prepared from palm imprints.
Lal Kitab is a mystery in itself and its author is unknown. It is believed that the solutions given by Lal Kitab are perfect. Some of them may look pretty weird especially in these modern times, but that is the way our religion is, mysterious, occult yet impressive.