Astro-numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani was recently honoured by the Canadian government, when the House of Commons welcomed and felicitated him as an ‘Outstanding and World-Renowned Numerologist’ during his visit to Calgary.
“Devinder Shory, Member of Canadian Parliament, bestowed the honour, which recognises us for our contribution in the field of numerology,” says Jumaani. Aanand L Rai’s hat-trick Jumaani has many clients in Bollywood, and said that currently he’s happy for director Aanand L Rai, who used to direct TV serials when he spelled his name differently. He says, “The new spelling of his name, along with his hard work, took him to the big screen. Tanu Weds Manu added to a readymade number so no changes were suggested. But when he was going to name the sequel as TWM-2, I suggested that he add ‘Returns’ instead, as it added to a better number. So, I am happy that the film became the highest-grossing film (nearly Rs 150 crore) of this year.”
Before this, the astro-numerologist suggested the spelling Raanjhanaa (with two extra ‘A’s). What’s in a colour? At the beginning of the year, blue was Jumaani’s choice for 2015. “Our clients Mumbai Indians surprised everyone. After adding gold at our behest, they are at par with another one of our clients, Kolkata Knight Riders, with two IPL trophies in their kitty,” he said. Both the trophies were won after adding the gold. He adds, “Gold represents No 1, Sun; and both Nita (1/11) and Mukesh Ambani (19/4) are number 1s, ruled by the Sun. In fact, the IPL final was on a Sunday, too.” 3,6,9 are numbers of the same family. Another one of his clients, Rohit Sharma (30/4) is a number 3, who was Man of the Match on 24th (6), wearing Jersey No 45 (9). “Another number 3 to shine was Harbhajan Singh (3/07), wearing Jersey No 3,” Jumaani says.