66th Independence Day Of India - What Does The Stars Say?

Are We Independent?


66th Indian Independence Day

Independence Day 2013, the 66th birthday of Independent India has arrived. Before 1947, India stayed under the rule of many rulers. Saw the rule of Britishers, Mughals, French and many more. Now, on 15th August 2013, India has entered in the 67th year completing 66 years of independence. But, the question is, even after so many years, what do you think - are we actually independent?

What is the meaning of Independence? After staying under the rule of many invaders, how can we expect that we know the meaning of independence? Is the government misusing this fact that we actually don’t know the meaning of independence? Many questions like this keep on jiggling our minds and even after 66 years of independence, we are forced to think if we are actually independent. Pandit Hanumman Mishra has put some light on this by his article on Independence Day.

Click Here To See What Pt. Hanumman Mishra Says About India’s Independence...

In this article, Pt. Hanumman Mishra has focussed on the current problems of India and government. Keeping the independence day as birthday of new India, he predicts the future of India. The article describes the future of India in the coming year. Apart from political issues, you may also get to know about environment and finance.

Financial condition of India is already on stake. Pt. Hanumman Mishra explains the reason and solution for the betterment of our country.

If reading doesn’t interests you much, you may watch this piece in the words of our astrologer - Pt. Hanumman Mishra. We have got a video version for you on our AstroSage TV.


The Kundli of new India seems troublesome. It is difficult to find any solution. In any way, something or the other will always stay in the darker side. Abundant brightness is not visible in the chart of new India. However, we can always find a way. As they say - ‘where there is will, there is a way’. But before that, we need to make sure that we want to see India on the top. So, read what Pt. Hanumman Mishra says and stand tall for our country. Jai Hind!

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