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Prediction about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Bhrigu Samhita - Jugantar Patrika 7th July 1977

Updated: Mar 14, 2020

In the 7th July 1977 Jugantar Patrika astrology section an astonishing piece is written about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. The cutout of this portion is available among Bhagwanji/Gumnami Baba's belongings in Rambhavan and was noted down in the inventory list given in "Gumnami Baba: A case History" by Adheer Som.

English translation: In Bhrigu Samhita, in Samskrit Anushtup meter, a prediction is made about Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's life, incidents from the past and his attempts to create an army to liberate India. As per Maharshi Bhrigu - He would be born in the land of Utkal, in the town whose name begins with C, his father's name would begin with J and mother's with P. His own name would begin with S. He would be one of eight brothers and six sisters. The youngest brother will die at a young age. He would be a versatile genius. He would be born as a divine person. He would be very fair, tall and handsome with a beautiful face and a broad chest. He would be a valiant fighter. At the age of forty eight he would try to enter his country with his troop but would fail. But because of his astonishing activities his country would become independent as the foreign king would be driven out of his country because of his endeavours. Later he would return to his country in an airborne vehicle when the entire world would be engulfed in a tremendous war. Because of his return, two parts of his Nation would reunite. He would not be married because being divine no earthly woman would be compatible with him.

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