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Raghav Juyal

‘My parents wanted me to join the army & were shocked that I wanted to become a nachaniya’


He is famous as the ‘King of Slow Motion’ in the world of dance. His stage name ‘Crockroaxz’ best describes his dancing style — as powerful as a crocodile and as swift as a cockroach. Raghav Juyal needs no introduction, his moves and grooves speak for him. The actor dancer recently visited the Bombay Times office, and showed off his talent. And guess what, it’s not just his dance moves that are effortless; he’s a smooth talker, too.

Better known for his flawless reinvention of the slow-motion walk, Raghav comes from a small town in Uttarakhand and draws inspiration from nature. He says, “I have performed a lot of dance forms, but I got popular because of slow motion. I have copied and got inspired by a lot of dances that I have seen and I am not scared to admit that.”

However, as they say, the journey is always more fascinating than the destination. So, how did it all begin? He tells us, “My mother tells me that I started dancing even before I learnt how to walk. I draw inspiration from nature trails and walks — I can choreograph a dance step by watching the manner in which a leaf falls; everything has a distinct form and movement. The slo-mo dance, too, is an outcome of observing nature. I perfected the technique by following international dancers on the internet, but my actual training began in Mumbai.”

However, it was no ‘moonwalk’. Raghav, who’s currently hosting Dance Champions, had to fight against several odds to realise his dreams. He recalls, “My parents were against me pursuing dance.

So, I quit it for a while and joined school unions. I would often end up picking fights, as I didn’t know how else to release pent-up energy. I started staying away from my parents from Class IX because of their lack of support. However, I would still practise dance away from their eyes. After a lot of arguments, they finally allowed me to audition for Dance India Dance in Delhi. They wanted me to either join the army or study law and were shocked that I wanted to become a nachaniya. Things are better now and I have started visiting my parents. I love it there, I prefer it to the city life.”


I was dyslexic and couldn’t fathom why I wasn’t able to calculate numbers. That’s how I tilted towards dance and nautanki: Raghav Juyal

While he has mended fences with his parents, Raghav still has bones to pick with our education system. He says, “I was first exposed to racism in a school in Dehradun. While ‘A’ section consisted of studious children, I was in the ‘B’ section which comprised average students. I was baffled by this arrangement. Another problem was that I was dyslexic and my mother had to take me for counselling. As a child, I couldn’t fathom why I wasn’t able to calculate numbers. In fact, I still can’t do calculations. That’s how I tilted towards dance and nautanki. I was a notorious child and hence, would get punished both at school and home. In fact, I was rusticated from many schools. Today, however, the same schools proudly flaunt that I am their alumni (laughs).”

After carving a niche for himself as a dancer, Raghav took up hosting, where he displayed his comic timing. And now, he is pursuing films. Ask him if his unconventional looks serve as an impediment and he says, “A casting director told me that I need to have well-built body. I am a rebel and I argued with him, but I joined a gym. However, I could not continue beyond a month. I think the concept of fitness is very wrong in our society. I want to be naturally fit with that unconventional touch. I don’t want to do the conventional things that are expected from an actor. You are beautiful as you are. I remain fit by climbing the stairs of my 30-floor building and doing push-ups.”

On the personal front, the dancer-actor is taken. He has been in a relationship for the past three years. “My girlfriend is from Europe and is pursuing theatre there. We meet just twice or thrice a year. It’s indeed difficult to maintain a long-distance relationship, but our love is very strong,” he says.


A destination wedding for Virat-Anushka in December?

A destination wedding for Virat-Anushka in December?

While fans have been waiting for them to take their relationship to the next level, rumours are rife that cricketer Virat Kohli and actress Anushka Sharma are all set to tie the knot in the beginning of December. According to our sources, it will be a destination wedding.

Anushka and Virat met in 2013, when they shot together for a TV commercial. Their friendship graduated to love and soon the couple was spotted together on various occasions. Anushka has also been seen attending cricket matches to cheer for the Indian team. The two have always refrained from talking about their relationship. However, their affection for each other has been evident through their posts on social media.

There were reports that the two had split some time last year, but they got back together and since then have been going strong. Virat recently acknowledged Anushka’s role in his life on a TV show. He said, “Ever since the lady has come into my life, she has taught me a lot of things. I’ve become more sensible in the last four years, all because of her. She’s taught me how to be more patient and how to utilise the position you are in, to the fullest.” After the two did their first ad together four years ago, they recently shot for another one. Interestingly, the theme of this ad was a wedding. If Virat-Anushka’s December wedding news is true, this will be the third Bollywood-meets-cricket marriage in a year after Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech, who tied the knot in Goa and Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge, who will walk down the aisle on November 27.

Bombay Times contacted Virat’s manager Bunty Sajdeh, who told us, “I don’t know where this news is coming from.” When we spoke to Anushka’s spokesperson, she said, “There is no truth to this.”


San Francisco Shrouded in Romance

Shrouded in Romance

A sweeping span of Golden Gate Bridge, sidewalk cafes, iconic cable car rides and outdoor concerts, one couldn’t possibly get tired of this stunning city

One of the most expensive cities in the United States and also termed as a “Crazy City”, San Francisco is packed with surprises. Situated on the tip of a peninsula and surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, this Californian city is known for its cool summers, foggy views, steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of architecture, and endless landmarks.


Once called it “the bridge that couldn’t be built”, and today it is one of the seven wonders of the modern world. A must on every traveller’s wishlist, the Golden Gate Bridge is definitely San Francisco’s most famous landmark. Visit the bridge at any time of the day to get a magnificent view of the city skyline and some cool breeze. The colour of the bridge is an orange vermilion called “international orange,” which the original committee felt it contrasted well against the sky and ocean. A picture-perfect spot for shutterbugs!


World-class department stores, top brands, designer labels and posh hotels are the hallmarks of this vibrant downtown area. Today, Union Square retains its role as the ceremonial “heart” of San Francisco, serving as the site of many public concerts and events, art shows, impromptu protests, private parties and events, winter ice rink and the annual Christmas tree and Menorah lighting. Catch a cable car or just take a few moments to enjoy an outdoor concert in the square.


Rebuilt after the 1906 earthquake, Chinatown is the oldest establishment in North America. This densely populated residential neighbourhood was deliberately designed as an “Oriental City.” Churches, schools, social and cultural organisations sustain the Chinese-American community. The restaurants, gift shops and grocery stores are simply irresistible here. Don’t forget to visit one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in San Francisco called the Empress of China. Frequented by its fair share of celebrities over the years, you could dine like a star here.


The most visited destination in San Francisco, Pier 39 is a must on your list of things to do in San Francisco. Bustling with people, it offers bay views, dining, entertainment, shopping and attractions including Aquarium of the Bay. Take the Bay cruise which takes you directly underneath the Golden Gate Bridge on a smooth, onehour journey that provides some of San Francisco’s most stunning photo-ops of Alcatraz, the city skyline, the Bay Lights and more. And there’s a bar on board, so you can sip while you sail. One of the best attractions of Pier 39 is the sighting of sea lions who camp out on the pier’s K Dock.


Bikers, hikers and motorists can get a panoramic view of the entire city of San Francisco from this 910-foot summit. Twin Peaks is the last San Francisco habitat for the mission Blue Butterfly, an endangered species that was once commonly found throughout the city. Spend some time here gazing around or simply soaking up the glorious sun.


At least five animals have been scientifically named after Harry Potter characters!

At least five animals have been scientifically named after Harry Potter characters!

Characters from the Harry Potter universe have inspired scientists and biologists to name new species of insects and animals after them. Earlier this year, ‘Harryplax Severus Crab’, a newly-discovered crab species was inspired by names of both Harry and professor Severus Snape. The ‘Ampulex Dementor Wasp’ is native to Thailand. This one behaves unusually with cockroaches. As it stings its prey, it releases a toxin into the victim’s neural nodes. This toxin blocks the cockroach’s octopamine receptors, leaving it alive but unable to direct its movements. It is named so referring to its behavioural resemblance with the Dementors, fictional creatures from the books, who suck their prey’s soul, leaving it an empty body with neither thoughts nor emotions, just like the wasp.

A species of wolf spider the furry Lycosa Aragogi Spider — has been named after Aragog. The two have similar exoskeletons with eight inset eyes and a furry exterior. Named after the redeemed character Lucius Malfoy, a wasp in New Zealand was named ‘Lusius Malfoyi’. And finally, the ‘Eriovixia Gryffindori Spider’, who resembles a sorting hat, is named after Godric Gryffindor, one of the four founders of Hogwarts.


Next level healthcare with robotics surgery

Next level healthcare with robotics surgery

Anew technology for patients, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre has a Department of Robotic Surgery which has the latest 4th generation robotic surgery system — the Da Vinci Xi robotic platform.

This technology helps surgeons perform minimalinvasive surgery with even greater precision, flexibility and control.


Robotic surgery is a type of minimal invasive surgery. Instead of operating on patients through large incisions, smaller surgical instruments that fit through a series of quarter-inch incisions are mounted on separate robotic arms, allowing the surgeon maximum range of motion and precision. One of the arms contains a magnified high-definition 3D camera that guides the surgeon during the procedure. The surgeon controls the arms through a computer console that is near the operating table. The system allows the surgeon a high definition, magnified, 3D view of the surgical site. The other members of the team assist the surgeon during the operation.


Robotic surgery has been in use in the treatment of a wide range of conditions. For many procedures the visibility afforded through robotic surgery is far superior, especially for some surgeries in difficult to access areas of the body. Using robotic surgery, surgeons can perform delicate and complex procedures that may have been difficult or impossible with other methods.

The surgeon looks through a high-definition monitor that gives him a better, more detailed 3D view of the operating site than the human eye can provide. Every movement he makes with the master controls is replicated precisely by the robot. When necessary, the surgeon can even change the scale of the robot’s movements. For example, if he selects a three-to-one scale, the tip of the robot’s arm will move just one inch for every three inches the surgeon’s hand moves.

For this reason, this surgery enhances the precision, flexibility and control during the operation in addition there are all the benefits of minimal invasive surgery that include:

Small incisions that heal quickly with less noticeable scars.

Less risk of developing infection of the surgical site.

Less pain and blood loss.


Robotic surgery involves some risk, which may be similar to those of conventional open surgery, such as a small risk of infection and other complications. Robotic surgery may be done for a better outcome in most specialties such as urology, gynaecology, general and GI surgery, colorectal surgery, pelvic floor surgery, thoracic surgery, cancer surgery and head and neck surgery.

It is important that you discuss this option with your surgeon to understand whether it’s the right one for you.




… Contrary to beliefs, these irrational fears can be overcome!

Many of us suffer from — irrational persistent terrors, ranging from the common arachnophobia (fear of spiders) to phobophobia (a fear of phobias) themselves.

These rarely affect the daily lives of most sufferers. But at its most extreme a phobia can cause crippling anxiety, preventing people from seeking medical help or stopping them ever leaving their home.

Phobia experts Eva and Nik Speakman enlighten us about the most common phobias in the world and advice on how you can fight your fears for good.


The most common phobia is the fear of public speaking. Nik says: “People’s phobias can be caused by an incident in childhood. “Reading something out in the classroom and being laughed at by your peers can develop into a phobia of public speaking.”


Eva suffered from this fear of heights 10 years ago, but was treated by Nik. She says: “This is another very common phobia that can often lead into other phobias including fear of flying or fear of fairground rides.”


Believe it or not, there is a phobia for people who throw up. Many go to great lengths to avoid people who are ill. Eva says: “The fear of vomit is common and its repercussions can be immense. Sufferers will avoid doctors, hospitals, certain foods, restaurants and pubs in case anyone around them is ill. “A lot of them become housebound because they worry about germs. Or they won’t have children because they fear having attacks of morning sickness.”


The fear of open spaces can be a crippling phobia because it stops people leaving their home. Eva says: “This is people protecting themselves from the outside world because of something that happened to them.”


This fear of confined spaces is often born out of personal experience such as being trapped somewhere as a child.


Nik says: “People can be terrified of hospitals, injections or GP surgeries. The danger is this can sometimes stop them seeking help when they need it.”


Eva says: “Spiders are a big one around this time of year because they come in from the cold. People feel invaded. Similarly over the summer, there is a spike in phobias of bees and wasps, while the fear of flying is heightened when people go on holiday.”

— Daily Mirror

A fear of confined spaces can develop from childhood trauma

Phobia when taken to extremes can be


A fear of heights is one of the most

common of phobia

Many people identify with having a fear of spiders

5 Ways to eliminate your phobia

1 Nobody is born with a phobia. Understanding this can help you get over it.

2 Think about what sparked your phobia. Was it a particular experience or something you inherited from childhood? Most phobias are created in childhood, so understand that every time you have a phobic response you are

actually asking the advice of

your childhood self on how

you should react to that kind

of thing. Instead, look at the problem from an adult perspective.

3 See it for what it is and not how it felt. Look again at the spider and realise it is only a spider — separate it from the feeling of fear. If you struggle to do that yourself, ask a friend how they would perceive the same situation.

4 Don’t over-generalise. If you have a phobia based on one bad event — a flight with turbulence or one bad experience with an injection —don’t over-generalise and blame all medical staff, all hospitals or all planes. We overgeneralise as children and this is something you need to recognise and reverse.

5 Look for positive evidence. People who have phobias tend to look for reasons to support their phobia. Find positive evidence to

downgrade it.


I am phobic about marriage: Ssharad Malhotra

I am phobic about marriage: Ssharad Malhotra

Ssharad Malhotra may have portrayed the perfect husband on television multiple times, but in real life, he is self-admittedly phobic about marriage.

Though scared of the ‘M’ word, Ssharad has been in a happy, stable relationship with actress Pooja Bisht since two years. He says, “Like every couple, we too have had ugly fights, but are stable now. That Pooja is a part of this industry has both pros and cons. The advantage is that she under stands the timings, erratic schedules and stress an actor has to deal with. The downside is that we end up talking about work whenever we are together,” he says.

Now that he is in a happy space, does he plan to take the relationship to the next level? “Not yet. I am a little marriage-phobic because a couple of my friends have had turbulent relationships. Mental stability is what I am looking for. So, if everything remains smooth, you might hear wedding bells next year. Marriage is about two people making a choice,” he replies, adding, “For me, happiness is peace of mind, and I get that when I am content with the work I am doing. Peace and harmony in personal space are also extremely important. In my personal space, I want to be wanted — I guess after working hard the entire day, all of us would want to go to a happy relationship. So, at the moment, I am at peace.”

Ssharad Malhotra and (inset) Pooja Bisht


Numerology Diwali Story By Sanjay B Jumani

So let’s consult the duo for some ‘sparkling’ & ‘invaluable’ suggestions for our readers.


Number 1
{SUN}: {Those born on the 1st, 10th, 19th and 28th in any month & Leo born}

Your lucky colors are yellow, brown, orange, blue and gold.Your “Lucky” Jewel is the Ruby, right hand ring finger, 4 carats approximately, set in Gold, to be worn first time on a Sunday, 9 A M. Chant the following mantras 7 times before wearing on that morning: Aum Grinih Suryaya Namah.

Benefits: From improving relations on personal, professional front to strengthening husband-wife bond, to improving relations with family members, it is the Gem of the Sun, so can help get recognition, just like lakhs of people worship the Sun.One can expect what they deserve or even more. It gives name, fame, vigor and the capacity to command.


Number 2
{MOON} {Those born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th and 29th in any month & Cancer born}

Your lucky colors are green, grey, white, blue and cream.Your “Lucky” Jewel is the Pearl, right hand little finger, 4 carats approximately, set in silver, to be worn first time on a Monday evening, 6 pm. Chant the following mantras 11 times before wearing on that evening: Aum Som Somaya Namah.

Benefits: It helps in calming emotions and increases peace of mind. It can control Mood swings, depression and short temper. It is said to provide vitality & wisdom.


Number 3
{JUPITER} {Those born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st and 30th in any month & Sagittarius born}

Your lucky colors are blue, violet, and purple.Your Lucky Jewel is the Amethyst, approximately 4 to 6 carats, right hand mid finger, to be worn in silver first time on a Saturday, 2 hours 40 minutes before sunset, chanting the following mantras 18 times: Aum Shum Shanischaray Namah.

Benefits: It helps in throwing away negative vibrations, helps in improving financial status. It is also supposed to help reduce intake of intoxicants.

It sometimes helps regain lost wealth/property.


Your “lucky” Jewel is the Yellow Sapphire / Citrine {cheaper substitute}, approximately 4 to 5 carats be worn in the right hand, fore finger, set in gold, first time to be worn on a Thursday 1 hour before sunset. Chant the mantras: AUM BRIM BRIHASPATAYA NAMAH, 19 TIMES BEFORE WEARING.

It is most widely used to enhance ones financial status. The wearer gets plenty of wealth, good health, name, honour and fame.

It is also said that if there are obstructions in finding a suitable match for a girl, she gets married early by wearing a Yellow Sapphire/Citrine.


Number 4
{URANUS} {Those born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd and 31st in any month}

Your lucky colors are yellow, brown, gold, orange, blue.Your Lucky Jewel is the Gomedh {Hessonite} approximately 4 to 5 carats, right hand ring finger, in any metal, to be worn first time on a Saturday, 2 hours after sunset, chanting the following mantras 18 times: Aum Ram Rahave Namah.

Benefits: It helps in health matters, especially guards against stomach ailments. It protects from hidden enemies, and helps curb insanity, evil spirits.

{Big B was suggested to wear the same to help with some of his health issues he couldn’t ‘stomach’!}.


Number 5
{MERCURY} {those born on the 5th, 14th and 23rd in any month & Gemini and Virgo born}

Your lucky colors are green, silver, blue and all light shades.Your “lucky” Jewel is the Emerald, of around 4 to 5 carats right hand ring finger in silver. You should wear them first time on a Wednesday in the morning 2 hours after sunrise, chanting following mantras 9 times before wearing: Aum Bum Buddhaya Namah.

Benefits: Being the gem of Mercury, Buddh, meaning buddhi, it helps improve memory, concentration and increases the ability to learn. It’s the best gem for the eyes and the
nervous system, thereby helping curb stomach problems stemming out of anxiety. Its wearer can get sufficient wealth.


Number 6
{VENUS} {those born on the 6th, 15th and 24th in any month & Taurus and Libra born}

Your lucky colors are blue, violet, and purple.Your “lucky” Jewel is the Diamond, half a carat approx or White Sapphire, 4 to 5 carats approximately, right hand ring finger first time on a Friday at Sunrise, chanting; Aum Shum Shukraya Namah, 16 times before wearing.

Benefits: It is the gem for Venus, which stands for the good things of life. It can enhance artistic tastes and qualities. It can get you the luxurious things, and can also help increase sexual drive.

Perhaps that’s why it is a custom to exchange diamond rings during weddings!

{Anil Kumble on our recommendation wore the same, to find himself becoming the Captain of the Indian side, that too at the fag end of his career. Gautam Gambhir picked up IPL 7 days after sporting same as advised}


Number 7
{NEPTUNE} {those born on the 7th, 16th and 25th in any month}

Your lucky colors are green, grey, white, blue and cream.Your “lucky” Jewel is the Cats Eye, approximately 4 carats be worn in the right hand, little finger, set in silver first time on a Thursday midnight 12 o’clock.

Chant the mantras: Aum Kem Ketave Namah, 18 times before wearing.

Benefits: It helps protect from sudden misfortunes, depression, insanity, drowning, intoxication and hidden enemies and government punishment {if not guilty!}

It is also said that it helps those in speculative businesses.


Number 8
{SATURN} {those born on the 8th, 17th and 26th in any month & Capricorn born}

Your lucky colors are blue, yellow, cream, white, light grey.Your Lucky Jewel is the Blue sapphire approximately 4 to 5 carats, right hand middle finger, to be worn in silver first time on a Saturday, 2 hours 40 minutes before sunset, chanting the following mantras 18 times: Aum Shum Shanicharay Namah. But before wearing, you need to first test it to see whether it suits you or not for around 7 days. Safer substitute is an Amethyst.

Benefits: It can take a person to higher status. But being the gem of Saturn, Shani, it is supposed to have the ability to make or break.

It sometimes helps regain lost wealth/property.It also helps restore lost wealth, property.

One should first keep with self, touching the body for around 10 days to see if it suits or not.

{While it revived Big B’s stagnating carrier due to ABCL debacle, giving him Mohabatien & KBC, Lady Diana apparently lost her life a few days after wearing it!}

Amethyst is a safer substitute and can be worn instead, following the same procedure.


Number 9
{MARS} {those born on the 9th, 18th and 27th in any month & Aries and Scorpio born}

Your lucky colors are blue, pink, red and maroon.Your “Lucky” Jewel is the Red Coral, approximately 4 to 5 carats, right hand ring finger, to be worn in gold first time on a Tuesday, 1 hour after sunrise, chanting the following mantras 19 times: Aum Ang Angarkaya Namah.

Benefits: It helps in making a person courageous and can reduce/curb accidents; it is also said to help in blood related diseases.


Numerology Predictions 2017 By Sanjay Jumani

Number 9 Numerology predictions 2017:

9, Mars & 1, Sun (2017) are poles apart, the common factor being both are fiery & are pillars of the Numbers game.

Do not let your ego come in between relationships, personal or professional.

Your karmas & hard-work can help avoid mishaps.

The secret is to stay busy; this way time will fly faster.

Those looking for a job change shall try to instead lie low; usually, we don’t go out for a drive when there’s a storm coming.

Most times, known enemies are better than unknown.
Socially you could do a lot for your fellow-men.
Leading from the front can come naturally to you.

Romance can be the grey area that needs some ironing.

Health Tips- spend some time on physical fitness, but also guard against accidents, don’t drive rashly. Red Coral can help too.

Examples of some famous No. 9’s: Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Bruce Lee, Suresh Raina, Sonam A Kapoor, Shatrughan Sinha are No 9’s.

Numerology predictions 2017: Number 8

Number 8 Numerology Predictions –
If you have been grossly misunderstood in the recent months that went by, you will have the opportunity to clean the slate too now.

Try not to feel lonely & isolated, you could do with more than the few friends that you have.

Basking in their presence will bring the hidden best out from within you.

This can also help clear the air.
Those looking to get hitched can have more opportunities coming their way.
1, Sun (2017) & 8, Saturn are like Father & son so love & hate cannot be ruled out. As a result, do not stretch matters till the edge.
Try not to wait until the end to complete targets, time being so unpredictable.

With patience & perseverance, Saturn blesses you with willpower & determination.

Post July you can expect if not exactly a windfall then at least compensations that will strengthen your belief in mankind.

In matters of relationship & romance, don’t let your shyness make you miss the bus. If you can’t be loud & bold, come out of the shell at least. It’s a beautiful world out there!

Health Tips for Number 8 Numerology – Sleep well, early to bed should be your mantra this year or else insomnia can cause depression.

Number 8 Numerology Famous Personality: Narendra Modi, Dr Manmohan Singh, Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble, Shilpa Shetty, Riteish Deshmukh, Asha Bhosale, Gauri Khan & John Abraham.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 7

You could juggle between spirituality & materialistic spheres with ease, one leg on either side.

Your past efforts could get you the recognition & rewards too. This good phase can last two years & hence continue until the end of 2018.

Your love life that may have seen some upheavals can get sorted too but not without efforts from your end too. Remember, it’s a two-way street.

Finances could look up from August onwards.

Till then you have to fight your own battle.
Life ain’t a bed of roses anyway!
However, from the second half of the year, you may expect a good phase for alliances & partnerships, you will once again treat life as a team-game.

Health Tips- Your mind rules over your body; yoga & meditation may work even better than gymming.

Examples of some famous No. 7’s: M S Dhoni, Arvind Kejriwal, Ekta Kapoor, Katrina, Saif Ali Khan, Karan Johar, Irrfan.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 6

Last years luck could rub off for some time only before which you need to eventually recoup your energies.
You should brace yourself to push harder to achieve desired results & recognition.

Do not allow yourself to get downhearted if your efforts don’t fructify.

If you don’t win a race, do a post-mortem, make it a learning experience; eventually nothing is hence wasted.

Your charismatic nature can charm the best; bank on this side of your disposition.

Usually, a spendthrift does not let the ‘cashless’ economy make you splurge or you could find any amount of cash less!

Love & romance are things that you can hardly do without too.
So work overtime to let the momentum & bond last longer.
You don’t want to again invest more time in a newer relationship, do you!

Health Tips – Work on your food habits, do not over-indulge. Pay attention to physical fitness.

Examples of some famous No. 6’s: Ranvir Singh, Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sachin Tendulkar, Sania Mirza, A R Rehman, Madhuri Dixit, Subhash Ghai, Rakesh Roshan, Anil Kapoor are other examples of number 6 persons.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 5

The trick is to disguise your aggression & focus on more meaningful jobs in hand.

Your dry wit can act as a shield too; use your communication skills to your advantage. But being a good listener is equally important.Though you love to travel, there would be fewer opportunities than usual. Which is not a very bad thing; money saved is money earned.

If you are persistent enough, you will score, even if the run-rate could be slower than your expected pace.So try to remain at the crease.

Being an adaptable personality, you love to be amongst friends, flip side being you get bored of them as fast too.Focus on a particular relationship that can endure so you get back the love with equal intensity.

Health Tips – Alternate remedies like yoga & meditation can help ward off depression & anxiety. An emerald can help too.

Examples of some famous No. 5’s: Donald Trump, Virat Kohli, Aamir Khan, Rohit Shetty {both March 14}, Abhishek Bachchan {Feb 05}, Deepika Padukone (5/01) & Kajol {Aug 5}.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 4

If 2016 was a mixed-bag, then you shall get relief this year.Your best Number is 1, Sun and can bank on 2017 to be a year that can be remembered as a landmark year for some years to come.

For those who want to prove their mettle, now is the time to spend your resources & capitalise.For students, it can be learning & enriching experience and you can make headways in research & development.

Though expenses could mount, treat this as an investment that shall multiply into long-term returns.

Those eligible have a greater chance to tie the knot.Others looking for better job prospects can be equally lucky.

Health Tips – take care of your lungs, throat & feet; guard against urinary problems.Worship the Sun that gives Light & Life.

Examples of some famous No. 4’s: Barack Obama, Kishore Kumar, Sridevi, Tabu, Juhi Chawla, Preity Zinta.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 3

Mostly you are hardly ever ‘cash-strapped’ so demonetisation would have come to you as a rude shock.Though you would feel cramped, remember that you have & will come out of the tightest of situations with bravado.

Tough times don’t last, tough people do!Though you have set high standards of achievements, sometimes one can bank on past laurels too.

Your hard-working & enterprising nature would sail you eventually. Focus on loved ones, don’t neglect them when they need you the most. Not being too expressive in matters of love & affection is not a licence that will help forever so work on this grey area.

Health Tips – Do not strain yourself too much, physically nor mentally.

Examples of some famous No. 3’s: Rajnikanth, Yuvraj Singh Sharad Pawar {all 3, 12/12} Warren Buffet, {30/08}, Kareena, Tom Cruise, Shankar, Ehsaan & Loy.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 2

Moon, your ruler makes you creative & dreamy, but to achieve dreams it’s necessary to wake-up!The year of the Sun is the right time to come out of hibernation for those who have been planning their career move.

If you combat your mind (read-mood) then there is so much fame awaiting you.You are destined for honours, awards & recognition if you follow your goals & sixth-sense.

Those suffering from health issues can bounce back; the magnetic rays of the Sun can make you feel rejuvenated.And for eligible singles, now’s the time to mingle.

Financially you may overspend, but remember what fellow No 2, SRK once said -‘Spend so much that you find ways to make more!’

Health Tips – Alternate remedies can help overcome restlessness, if you conquer your mind, this will take care of your body.

Examples of some famous No. 2’s : Rajesh Khanna, {29th Dec}, Dilip Kumar, {11th Dec} Amitabh Bachchan, {11th Oct} Shahrukh Khan {2nd Nov}, Ajay Devgn {2nd Apr} and Sanjay Dutt {29 July}.

Numerology Predictions 2017: Number 1

Those in a position of authority will have to fulfil expectations of juniors who shall look upon you for a boost; try not to diss disappointment them.

Remember, with more power comes more responsibilities

Health Tip – Draw a line between over-activity & in-activity.

Examples of some famous No. 1’s : Dhirubhai Ambani, Mukesh Ambani, Ranbir Singh, Rekha, Lata Mangeshkar, Aishwarya Rai, Sanjeev Kapoor, Shaimak Davar, Sunil Gavaskar, Hrithik Roshan, Ratan Tata.