Dawood Ibrahim

In a recent class, a student ask Vaastu Expert Naresh Singhal JI, regarding the kundli of an unknown person, who is born on 26th December 1955.

In his predictions, Naresh Ji told that this particular person is fearless, courageous and can even dare to slap some official in a fit of rage. After a tough early life, things started falling in his stride from 1981. Naresh Ji’s calculations revealed an early marriage and large family for this man. He is a man of his own principles and does not like anybody’s interference in his life. He must be a man who operates his work from abroad and visits his homeland occasionally.

Naresh Ji predicted that in present this person must be suffering from stomach ailments and back problems. Last digits of his birth date are 55, which make him a person of number 1. According to the sum total of all the digits of his birth date shows that this person must be a notorious one! Despite being courageous, this person has always been surrounded by insecurity and he is not able to trust his close aids. This anxiousness would have increased more since December 2013.

But one revelation of Naresh Ji, left everyone surprised. He told that letter M has a special significance in his life. Now they announce that the person in discussion is none other than Dawood Ibrahim, who was born in Ratnagiri of Maharashtra. His wife name is Mahazabeen and his love interest was Bollywood actress Mandakini. His kids names are Mahrukh Ibrahim and Mehreen Ibrahim.

Internet search shows more of his ‘M’connection

It was M-factor behind Dawood’s entry in crime world. His mentor was underworld Mastan Haidar Mirza alias Hazi Mastane. Dawood was the mastermind of Metro Political Bank loot. He planned the serial bomb blasts in Mumbai during Babri Masjid Kaand, which turned him a murderer from a criminal. Muslim and Mujahiddin, two terms starting from M, are also associated with Dawood.

When surprised student asked how Naresh Ji could predict so much about a person just on the basis of birth date and why other persons born on the same birth date are not of the same nature and destiny, he just smiled and replied modestly that with time and dedication, they would also learn such skills!!!

 

Vaastu for Parliament?

Is Vaastu Science only for restricted use at homes? Is it only for our Drawing rooms and bedrooms? A recent spate of developments in the country would say the contrary. Eminent Vaastu Scholar Naresh Singal explains how Vaastu Science has the potential to benefit the general welfare of Indians at large.

Vaastu now comes to the aid of the entire country. With our Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan’s new demand for a new Parliament House, it’s time to realize how Vaastu can positively affect us from the micro to the macro level. Still Confused? Let us explain!

Vaastu expert Naresh Singal’s study says that the current ills of our country such as stagnant economic growth, communal divide, political instability and a general air of disharmony can be attributed to the vaastu incompliant Parliament house up to some extent. Inaugurated in 1927 based on Herbert baker and Edwin Lutyen’s architectural designs, this heritage grade – I structure has inherent Vaastu flaws.

For example, the hemispherical shape of the houses prevents a direct line of visibility between the speaker and all the members which makes it more difficult to arrive at decisions harmoniously. Even the speaker’s seat facing south is inappropriate for someone supervising large groups of people. Most importantly, Naresh Singal points out the basic flaw – a circular shaped building on a triangular plot of land – a disastrous combination, as it puts the element metal on a shape representing fire. This could be a primary cause of heated discussions and discord within the house.

Not only the administrative roadblocks, but the tragic and fatal endings of some of our Prime Ministers while in office, such as Lal Bahadur Shastri, Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi can also be related to the parliament house, which is led effectively by the PM. Even the seemingly dismal trajectories towards the end of Prime Ministers like V. P. Singh, Narsimha Rao, A. B. Vajpayee or Dr. Manmohan Singh could also be related to the Parliament’s defective structure.

If reconstructed, timely advice of Vaastu experts should be sought to mitigate or remove these flaws for a Parliament House which would ensure smooth functioning at microcosm level and general welfare at the macrocosm level.

 

Narendra Modi

For our PM’s 65th birthday on 17th September, 2015, the expert Vaastu consultant Mr Naresh Singal noted certain behavioural points about his nature and future after analysing his personal details.

The number 17 and 19 are involved in his birth date (17th Sep, 1950) which indicate a wise planner and one excelling at implementing those plans. The number 9 appearing twice in his birth date reflects his energetic temperament along with flair for creativity and adaptability which allows him to act according to the confronting situations. He can bring out the potential within people and get them to work according to his plans. Number 5 of his year brings out his confidence and the unique ability to pursue his aim till successful even in the absence of external help.

The absence of ‘6’ shows his struggles for his achievements and this is not lost upon any of us , for example, the stagnant economic and negative atmosphere under which he took charge of the country and the uphill movement of India from thereon. It shows his nature resembling a coconut’s that is compassionate from the inside and resilient from the exterior.

This 65th birthday will mark an important year post which he will touch new heights in terms of better decisions and administration, all of which will ultimately translate into good news for India.

We wish him a very successful and positive year ahead on his birthday!

Pahari Mandir Inaugration

The spectacular temple of Lord Shiv called Pahari Mandir, located on the topmost summit of Ranchi is all set for a complete makeover with the programme scheduled to begin at 7:30 am of 17th September, 2015. The temple, one of the biggest in the world with an area spread of over 24000 sq. ft. and 468 steps is loftily perched between mount Tagore and the iconic Ranchi Lake giving a bird’s eye view of the city. The process for the temple to become the sixth largest temple worldwide is already in the pipeline.

On the auspicious day of Ganesh Chaturthi, the stone laying ceremony for this renovation work will be performed by the Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Raghubar Das. The foundation ceremony will also include that of an 81m flag hoisting tower within the temple premises as the National Flag is hoisted here on the independence and republic day to acknowledge the role this complex played in the freedom struggle of India.

The temple construction designs have followed Vaastu guidelines and the sanctum sanctorum will be constructed on the basis of Mahamrityunjaya Yantra, the yantra for Shivaji. It will also have Vaastu provisions for a free flow of spiritual energy from all the eight directions. Hence, the ceremony will also see the prime Vaastu consultant Mr Naresh Singal being honoured. Along with him, the chief architect Mr Vishal Sharma, businessmen Mr Vishnu Aggarwal and Patratu’s  Jindal plant’s CEO will also be honoured for providing extreme help and fee less services.

Apart from renovation, new facilities like cafeteria, solar lighting, water harvesting, priest’s residences, parking, etc. will also be provided to bring the complex in sync with top technological and tourism developments. For example, fruits and flowers offered by devotees will now be converted into fertiliser through an organic plant instead of being thrown away as waste. Amit Kumar, Secretary of Pahari Mandir Vikas Samiti and also Ranchi SDO, said the proposed structure will be modelled like a blossoming flower with the top like a cone which will increase the height of the temple from 280 feet to 380 feet.

MP Ram Tahal Choudhary will preside as the special guest and will be accompanied by the urban development minister C. P. Singh as the main guest. The grand facelift will help in managing the enormous surge of devotees seen in the temple especially during ‘Shravani Mela’ and will incorporate a number of modern facilities at the prime tourism spot of Ranchi.

Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi with Vaastu

17th September of 2015 will see many families welcoming Lord Ganesh or our Vighnahartaa into our homes in the form of little clay idols. He is uniquely associated with both energies- spiritual that is eternal and the physical, that is materiality. Hence, Vaastu principles should be followed while welcoming him as the timing and proper ritual of doing so are equally important to ensure maximum prosperity and health.

  • The selection of right Ganesh idol is significant. For this, one should always go for an idol which has a left turning trunk as that is the direction where Goddess Gauri generally presides next to Ganesh.
  • After you bring him home, ensure that he is placed on a slightly higher and wooden platform with a rice bowl at his feet to signify fruition, prosperity and good luck. Like all idols at home, care should be taken that it is not broken.
  • Ganesh’s big head symbolizes soul and wisdom and hence should be easily visible. Locate it preferably in the ‘Ishan kon’ of the house, that is the north east direction but never in the southern direction.
  • The colour of illumination and intellect – yellow – should be used to drape the idol.
  • Vaastu guidelines are based on the harmony of energies. Hence the idol shouldn’t be placed next to a washroom or bathroom to avoid a clash of conflicting forces.

A combination of human and animal elements, he is the perfect balance and represents an interface between material and spiritual worlds especially as the muladhar chakra, the foundation of the energy body, the unity of the masculine and feminine energies is associated with him. Following these principles will ensure a healthier and more prosperous welcome to vighneshwara, the one who will bring both spiritual calm and material prosperity.