Urvashi Dholakia has won season six of reality show, Bigg Boss, and astro numerologist Bhavikk Sangghvi is of the opinion that numerology helped her bag the big prize.
"Urvashi was born on 7th July 1979 which makes her a Number 7 (Ketu) person in numerology. Being ruled by Number 7, she is automatically ruled by Number 2 (Moon) as these two numbers always go hand in hand. She is a Cancerian (ruler Moon and Ketu – Numbers 2 and 7 again) by her sun sign while her destiny number adds up to Number 4 (Rahu)," explains Bhavikk.
He continues, "The year 2013 which adds up to Number 6 (Venus) is likely to prove lucky for most Number 3, 6, 8 and 9 people, places, dates, names, ages etc. and going by that formula, Urvashi is in her 33rd year. Her name ‘Urvashi’ vibrates on Number 24 (6) while her full name adds up to Number 48 (3)."
"The date for the grand finale was also scheduled for 12th January 2013 which was a day primarily ruled by Number 3 (Jupiter). Once again Urvashi took the cake here and what could be better than to start off the New Year with a bang with such great love and support from people," he goes further.
"But I would also like to add here that 2013 will prove to be quite an expensive year for her as she may over spend her prize money in frivolous purchases and in a way deplete her own reserves, all thanks to bad advice givers. Hence, she should make correct investments and plan wisely for the future," warns Bhavikk on a serious note.
"Wearing a ‘Hessonite’ on her middle finger will help her with better focus, clarity of mind and right decision making," recommends Bhavikk strongly.
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