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There are so many people who are jealous of him. Poduval was the first astrologer in Asia who had predicted that Modi will become the prime minister. Renowned astrologer Kanippayyur Narayanan Namboodiripad said Modi is passing through a tough phase now. He cannot take things lightly now. Namboodiripad said Modi will come back to power in But the seats the BJP will get will be a tad less this time. Modi should offer prayers to female deities more than male deities as it will help him cross hurdles. Modi was born on September 17, , in Vadnagar in Gujarat.
He was the third of the six children born to Damodardas and Hiraben Modi.
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Ashwin and Congress leader Sachin Pilot. Poduval has some advice for Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi: 'Get hitched! The elections are not in his favour. Till , there will not be any improvement in Rahul's political career. But, according to his horoscope, there would be a change in his career after his marriage. Basically it means he will do well after marriage," said Poduval.
Born on June 19, , in Delhi, Rahul's zodiac sign is Gemini.
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Mann ki Baat impact: Dam built in 9 days in MP, thanks to community effort. Pinterest Reddit. KOCHI: After Ayurveda, it is Kerala Astrology which is finding favour, especially among foreigners, who are keen to tap the traditional wisdom of this ancient science. The Kerala method of delineation of horoscopes using 'cowries' sea shells is highly valued for its accuracy, according to astrologers from India and abroad. Well-known astrologer Kailasnath from Parappanangadi near Kozhikode said that no time of birth or place of birth is required for doing the predictions,.
Kailasnath, who is here to take lessons for delegates attending the International Conference on Astrology, which ends today, said there is great demand for the Kerala method. Drawn by the uniqueness of Kerala astrology, John Ryder from Australia, a structural engineer, who takes classes in Melbourne University on Indian Astrology, is here to learn ways to remove 'vastu doshas' ill-effects of the construction style of buildings.
Ryder and other practising astrologers were learning ways to use cowries to remove vastu doshas. Also Read. Princess Diana believed in astrology:Jephson.
Nano trial production at Singur to start by July. Jairam launches tea fund scheme for Kerala, TN. Kailasnath, who describes himself as a student of astrology since 24 years, says the workshop is an effort to teach delegates the unique aspects of the state's rich astrological wisdom, particularly 'prasnam vekkal' suggesting causes of certain events and possible remedial measures. The delegates have been given practical instructions on ways to use the 'cowries' since the last three days, he said.
The workshop has been organised and coordinated by Komilla Sutton, a UK-based astrologer, who has been practising astrology in the UK and US since Besides Kerala astrology, classes on Sanskrit verses and yoga were also held, Sutton said.
Kerala astrology was widely appreciated by the delegates, she added. Alexander from Latvia, who practises astrology full time, said there was huge interest in this ancient science in his country. Sutton told PTI that there was scepticism earlier about Indian astrology, but there was 'deep interest' too. Westerners are interested in astrology as they are interested in Indian philosophy and spirituality, she said. For them, it is a spiritual journey to know themselves.
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For her, astrology was always a source of fascination which started off as a hobby. The interest on Indian astrology began during the eighties and could be attributed to gurus like the late Mahesh Yogi, she said. Sutton, who is also an astrology teacher, said 18 practising astrologers and researchers from 12 countries, including Wilfredo from Puerto Rico and Keiko Ito from Japan, were here for the workship.