An Indian, born and raised in Kuwait, Shree conceptualized Vedic Living while she was living in Dallas. As a child, she was raised in an environment where astrology principals blended seamlessly into the traditional Hindu customs; everything from the Lunar calendar, the customs, the traditional festivals; all reflected an underlying awareness of the movement of the planets. The folklore and mythology of  these planets and nakshatras were her bedtime stories. This manner of rearing, laid down the initial foundation of astrology in her psyche. Years later, she became interested in the actual concept behind astrology and learnt there was a lot more to it than the traditional Jyotisha she was exposed to as a child.  It started with one stray article, then two and quickly escalated into hordes of books and publications by notable personalities Carl Jung, B V Raman etc. The science was pristine and unquestionable. She realized astrology should be used to instill positive change in humanity. And this is where Vedic Living was born. 

Shree was trained by world-renowned astrologers and certified “MA in Vedic Astrology”. She later joined as a tutor at the university where she teaches an online astrology certification program and is also a featured guest author on Astrologic Magazine. In an attempt to bring all the Vedic sciences together, Shree recently completed her 200 RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) certification. The various parallels and connections between Jyotisha, Yoga and Ayurveda continue to astound her and she firmly believes they should all be practiced in a unified cohesion.

Having started this journey in 2009, till date Shree has completed hundreds of chart readings in an attempt to empower her clients and explain why something is the way it is and where their free-will comes into play. Spreading this knowledge and awareness of Vedic subjects, as well as helping more people use these valuable tools to live their best possible life, remains her humble purpose.

“Astrology is a language.  If you understand this language, the sky speaks to you.”  ~Dane Rudhyar