The ‘Yogas in Astrology’ deals primarily with the technique of analysis and interpretation of the various astrological yogas according to the Parashari system. The approach to analysis is based on the standard astrological principles which are so often ignored while dealing with this all-important subject. The role of the houses where the various yogas form, the signs involved, the other planetary influences on the yoga-forming planets, the strength and weakness of the constituent planets, their status in the vargas, and the operating dasha have all been elucidated with examples. One full chapter has been devoted to the famous, but ill-understood, Gaja-Kesari yoga as a model example of the technique of yoga interpretation, and the various factors which facilitate or obstruct the functioning of a yoga. The Pancha-Mahapurusha yogas, the solar and the lunar yogas, and the important Dhana yogas, Raja yogas and Arishta yogas have all been treated exhaustively. The generally ignored Nabhasa yogas have been classified in a unique manner and their significance in horoscopic analysis emphasized.One chapter is devoted to the Sanyasa yogas. The book is profusely illustrated with examples. A must for all students of Vedic astrology.