is a man who encounters skirmishes with people in
authority, including the former Prime Ministers of India
for his heart breaking predictions, which always come true.
At his Ashok Nagar residence, the 71-year old astro-numerologist,
Nambungal Narayana, who has made some scintillating
predictions, is not too happy as he is now like a beggar
longing for recognition.
The man who speaks what he sees in his vision makes no
bones about what he is after. Recognition from his own
country. His vision, that usually comes at 2’o clock in the
night, showed him earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, an
attempt on the life of the former US President Ronald
Reagan, ex-President Richard Nixon losing his job, Margaret
Thatcher regaining power in Britain, murder of Indira
Gandhi and the assassination attempt on the former US
President Bill Clinton.
The astro-numerologist has lots of predictions and paper
cuttings for both the believer and skeptic in you.
predictions will certainly bowl you over and the paper
cutting indicating the day he made his predictions will
The dances of stars have always inspired Narayan to make
dire predictions. The one that capitulated Narayan to fame
and gave him the title `Nambungal’ (the most trusted one),
was his prediction that MGR would go out of power in 1980.
The prediction came true and the late Chief Minister
presented this maverick astrologer with the title and
Rs.5001/- on a silver thali.
From then on he has never looked back. The astro
numerologist, a commerce graduate coming from a family of
astrologers has corporate like Satyam I Way and Polaris
Software Lab queuing up apart from having clients like
Rotary, politicians and celebrities.
This maverick astrologer who has given a series of
successful and fascinating forecasts is now engaged in
giving final touches to his predictions for May 15, when a
rare celestial conjunction took place. Six planets except
Jupiter were in conjunction in Taurus.
Now it has been predicted that the conjunction will range
from Priyanka Gandhi becoming the Prime Minister in the
next elections to a severe earthquake measuring 7.6 on the
Ritcher Scale in the Himalayn region.