Lal Kitab is a treatise on Samudrika Shashtra. This is an effort to present the astrological elements contained in Lal Kitab in a systematic manner so as to make it more meaningful. However, the matter still lacks continuity and needs to be read from beginning to end like a descriptive novel time and again, so that the contents may be revealed automatically. It would be better to experiment with the elements of Lal Kitab before forming a personal opinion about the knowledge contained in the book. This would help understand the subject clearly. Exploration and formation of personal opinion is foundation of progress. But self-created suppositions without mastering Lal Kitab fundamentals would create complications in the way of understanding the subject. Therefore, first experiment with Lal Kitab dedicatedly before forming personal opinion. If the reader is not well versed with construction and rectification of the birth chart, he should primarily delve with the birth chart that has been caste according to the tenets of Hindu or Vedic astrology and then experiment. However, Lal Kitab ordains that one should not deal with his own horoscope or hand because it would create a great hurdle in learning the subject, because it would create more interest in the self than in the subject. The subject may enable a person to seek day of demise, secrets or satanic characteristics of a person. It may also enable him to know what is the gender of pregnancy, but to lay these facts bare to all may promote satanic tendencies and sinful attitude in the society; and the person is liable to suffer and pay the price through disease and suffering. Astrology is a sacred science and a mathematical system that aims at bringing about peace and balance in the society. It is neither magic nor a weapon of attack on others. It is an effort to remove obstacles from the path of life through simple measures so that an individual may take advantage of his luck and reach his destiny smoothly. For a long time, I was getting a customer feedback to rewrite my thesis on Lal kitab to give it a shape of a ready reckner or a practical manual to be consulted without the help of a trained astrologer. Praparation of such self help manual on Lal kitab was a real challenge, however, almighty has allowed me to attempt. The reader should go through the book vigilantly. If he or she finds some faults and pitfalls those should point them out to the publishers and the author for rectification. Such a person would be the best friend of science and the society. This act of kindness shall be gratefully acknowledged individually and mentioned in the acknowledgement in subsequent edition. To seek knowledge, truth and reality is one’s Natural Right but to criticize others or make fun of any one is unethical and sinful. Gentlemanliness warrants that one should endeavour to benefit from the acquired knowledge and serve the humanity.