There was a note in the International Ayurvedic Medical Journal that the Sanskrit manuscript of the Ravana Samhita is in the Institute of Oriental Studies of Bhandarkar:
Also, the experts of the Saptarishi Journal of Astrology considered the text of the Ravana Samhita as authentic:
However, further nonsense begins. There are at least three translations of the Ravana Samhita in Hindi, from:
- Dr. Surkanth Jha
- Pt. Shivkant Jah
- Pt. Kisanlal Sharma
• In the astrological part of the translation from the first author there are inclusions or whole fragments of the text from Prashna Marga.
• In the astrological part of the work of the second author there are inclusions or whole fragments of the text from the Brihat Jataka.
• In the astrological part of the translations from all three authors, there is no teaching on the Nakshatra Padas, on which the Saptarishi Journal of Astrology was founded and researched:
This is very unfortunate and again raises the question of the availability of everything available in these three translations of the text.