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Sriram Karri is the Resident Editor of Deccan Chronicle, based in Hyderabad. He is also the author of the MAN Asian Literary Prize long-listed novel 'Autobiography of a Mad Nation' and 'The Spiritual Supermarket'.

13 letters unlucky, change spelling, says Andhra Pradesh astrologer

Published Apr 25, 2018, 2:10 am IST
Updated Apr 25, 2018, 2:10 am IST
The individual totals of the two words — Andhra and Pradesh — 16 and 18 respectively, mean instability. Bifurcation was inevitable, says Jayahshankkaar. (Representational image)
 The individual totals of the two words — Andhra and Pradesh — 16 and 18 respectively, mean instability. Bifurcation was inevitable, says Jayahshankkaar. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: City numerologist Jayahshankkarr Sisttllah believes the government of Andhra Pradesh needs to change the way the state’s name is spelt if it is to have a bright future.

“Andhra Pradesh, spelt so, has 13 alphabets, and that signifies natural disasters, man-made accidents, misunderstandings, separation, unnatural deaths, and denial of potential. Since its formation, the state has suffered instability and lack of regional cohesion. The capital was changed. From the Telangana agitation in 1969 to the Jai Andhra struggle, to talk of Rayala-Telangana before the bifurcation, these are inevitable impacts of negative numerology. The total numerical sum, 63, is a disaster. The individual totals of the two words — Andhra and Pradesh — 16 and 18 respectively, mean instability. Bifurcation was inevitable,” Jayahshankkaar says.

In contrast, says Jayahshankkaar, is the numerological composition of Telangana, which has near omnipotent perfection. “It has powerful positive numbers, 30 and 28, with an amazing combination of nine alphabets. Small wonders that Telangana and KCR (Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao) have enjoyed glory all along this term, and greater success is assured in times ahead.”

“Andhra is the wrong spelling because we stress ‘AA’ as the first syllable when we speak. The calling name is a powerful aspect of nomenclature and a spelling that doesn’t match it is doomed. The ideal spelling should be ‘Aandhra’, as it is written and spoken in Telugu,” he says. 

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Location: India, Andhra Pradesh




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