Tarot is an ancient meditative practice by which one can gain access to higher consciousness. The mystique of tarot occult gives an insight into the past, present and future A series of pictorial images depicted on the card represent a summary of all knowledge, ancient energies and teachings. The symbolism of the cards, and their order, offer moral lessons and a wholesome guide to the ultimate purpose of life. .

In Ancient times the wise men used to travel far and wide to learn from different ideologies, and since language was varied, these pictorial depictions were a means of communication between them.

The origin of Tarot is so obscure that it makes the history of Tarot cards all the more fascinating and intriguing. It allows us as users to imagine all the amazing possibilities as it reveals to us what our subconscious holds and brings to our awareness what we are unaware about our own minds beliefs, patterns, fears, limitations etc..

The Tarot is comprised of archetypal images that cross linguistic, cultural, geographical, and temporal barriers. Today's Tarot card designs reflect specific trends in sexuality, religion, culture, and philosophy.

Tarot’s true beauty lies in the ability to retain its "SOUL" through each metamorphosis and incarnation.


Tarot can be used for divination, therapy, counselling etc..

There are 78 cards in a tarot deck, which can be divided into 2 sections:

MAJOR ARCANA - The Major Arcana cards symbolise the elements, planets and the zodiac signs.
MINOR ARCANA - The Minor Arcana is presented in four suits which are the Wands, Cups, Swords and Pentacles.

The Primary Purpose of TAROT is not for fortune telling, but to use it as a Powerful Meditative tool and to
get Guidance.

Tarot can be learnt on a one is to one basis or in a class setup. Time and days can be adjusted to suit an individual.




To participate, please write to info@gayatrribhartiya.com or Call +91 9810470997
 Connect With Us
©2014 Gayatrri Bhartiya