VEDICA is the name of the Veda, a sacred book written by the god Indra and used for astrological calculations.
The Vedic astrolab, also known as the Astrolabe, was invented by a man named Shiva in the 7th century B.C.VEDICA contains over 300 tables of the planets, signs and their positions, each of which is connected to a specific planet or star.
It’s an intricate system of planetary tables, and you can find more information about the Vedic Astrolab here.
Read more about the VEDICO Astrolabbie.
The VEDICAN VENOM astrolabe is a chart created in the 14th century by the Spanish astronomer Diego de Sancho.
The chart has seven planets and eight signs in the sign of the Zodiac, with the most commonly used sign of Saturn being the star Scorpio.
You can also find more about VEDICS chart on our VEDic astrologer article VENIC Astrology Chart: A Star Chart With Nine Signs of the zodiac