The most important question is, if the future of a newborn child is asked say for next 50 years how will the predictions be made? The panchanga for the next 50 years may not be available and perforce one may have to rely completely on the birth horoscope of the child but the results may be the most accurate ones. What of the gochara results then?
Most of the people tend to think that if taken in conjunction with the analysis of birth horoscope transit results can yield accurate results but on the contrary birth horoscope itself furnishes all the details required to make an examination and transit results on the other hand being themselves very general in nature are not found to help but only make matters worse.
In totality, the points enumerated above helps to put the transit or gochara results in proper perspective which leads to the inevitable conclusion that gochara is an unscientific method of making future predictions and hence not reliable as an astrological device.
Late Pt. Raja Ram Shastri established Astrological Research Centre (ASTROCENT) in
1952. He was an Editor, Translator, Pioneer Research Scholar, Crusader and
Innovator, who had a world vision of futurity, prospects of development and prosperity
combined with the knowledge of synthesis between Medicine and Astrology..