Who will rule Delhi? How many seats will the winning party get? ...These questions are making people crazy. That is why, Acharya Raman has come with his brand new Astro-Numerology Prediction to settle down your anticipation & answer your questions. Read further to see his prediction…
In previous article, I had taken up a horary analysis of the winner between the two main contestants, who are Arvind Kejriwal & Sheila Dikshit. It is now just a matter of few days and we will know the new CM of Delhi!
It is a very difficult task to find out the new ruling party among the 3; and after seeing different opinion polls showing different winner, it becomes only tougher to guess. The almost impossible task is to find out how many seats the winner will get for himself, whether it will be a coalition or a throughout victory in Delhi.
I am just trying, with my very limited knowledge and experience, to find out the two things. This is just an astrological attempt and should not be taken as any parameter for any sort of decision-making. I am also trying this for the very first time. So, it can be wrong or may be near the actual reality, which will come up on 8th December, 2013. We all will know then only. Our endeavor should always be to keep trying irrespective of the results, then only we can gain experience.
Total number of seats – 70
Minimum number of seats required by any party for clear majority – 36
The three major contenders are:
Let us see what horary astro-numerology tells about the winner of Delhi polls:
ASCENDANT LORD: SATURN = 21
MOON STAR LORD: MERCURY = 9
MOON SIGN LORD: MARS = 9
DAY LORD: MARS = 9
TIME OF ANALYSIS = 10:50:55
DATE OF ANALYSIS = 3 DECEMBER 2013
PLACE OF ANALYSIS = 77E24, 23N16
Rahu is in conjunction with Saturn and so it will be a ruling planet; thus we also add Venus = 9 as Rahu is in sign of Venus. Now we see the outcome, the total is 57 which when added gives 12 and finally 3. The resultant answer is 3 as per astro-numerology. Thus, option number 3, which is AAP is the winner. Now, we come to the number of probable seats, which the winning party may win.
Seats For The Winning Party
Since, total number of seats is 70 and for clear majority 36 are required; so we will take 36 as the benchmark figure. Now, no party can win all the 70 seats and no party can lose all the seats, out of the three. Since, we have assumed that, the winning party has acquired 36 seats and 34 are remaining out of 70. Out of this 34, AAP may win 3, 12 or 23 seats so the total number of seats could be 39, 48 or 59 seats.
Let us wait and watch for the results. Good luck and best wishes to all parties!
AAP may win with 39, 48 or 59 seats.By Acharya Raman