Friday, August 19, 2016

Subramaniam Swamy's hand reading

Subramaniam Swamy photo
Subramaniam Swamy is a controversial politician, seeming to say the wrong thing at the wrong time and at the wrong place…what makes him so?
His hands can give us an insight into his character.

He has fleshy hands and slightly thick fingers too, including the thumb, but not to an extreme. The mounts of Moon, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter are well developed, and the Mercury (little) finger is long. The Index (Jupiter) finger is bent and the middle (Saturn) finger is a little bent too, and also a little short. The most dominant finger on his hand is the Apollo (ring finger. The first and second phalanges of the fingers are all long. In photographs the lines on the hand
are not very clearly defined, but evidently, he has a medium-length straight line of head, fairly close to the heart line, and the heart line is slightly curved and longer than the headline, entering the Jupiter mount.

Check out his hand photo here.

The man is emotional no doubt, and intelligent as well, with highly developed logical thinking and analytical skills. He may not find it easy to see other points of view though, and possibly his strong emotional side has something to do with it. He tends to be passionate and creative but prone to more moodiness and restlessness than the average person. There is a dark side to his imagination, and some cynicism as well.

A very integral part of his personality is this penchant of feeling hemmed in; feeling restricted by rules and regulations. This aspect of his personality combined with the personality characteristics mentioned above is probably the root cause of his rebellious behaviour. He seems to possess an unwillingness to accept his own limitations, and that of society. This anarchic quality in his personality makes him unpredictable. How far one takes this aspect of the personality, whether one is able to moderate it, depends on other personality traits. There are people with this trait who appear to fit in fairly well in society. 

Perhaps what makes him different is his inability to see other viewpoints, leading to a kind of narrow-mindedness. Or maybe it is his desire for fame and name. Oh yes, he wants that. The tendency to be direct and not diplomatic exacerbates the situation. It can result in an outspoken person. 

However, Swamy is not an unreasonable man. He can see the logic but maybe sometimes he deliberately chooses not to. This could be due to his manipulative side, which means he usually has an agenda, usually something up his sleeve.

(Subramaniam Swamy is a 77-year-old Indian politician and economist. He obtained his PhD degree from Harvard at the age of 24 and has since then been an academician and politician.)

You might also like to see personality readings of other Indian politicians like Pranab MukherjeeAkhilesh YadavSharad and Ajit Pawar; Varun Gandhi and Rahul GandhiArvind Kejriwal; Yogi AdityanathNirmala Sitharaman and many more! Or may you want to read about MJ Akbar, the famous Indian journalist who was under a cloud or about another journalist, Arnab Goswami.

Or read about scores of other Politicians, from India as well as the rest of the world ranging from American Kamala Harris and Donald Trump to Pakistan's Imran Khan and Cristina Fernandez of Argentina and many more!

Free Photo: Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs (GODL-India), GODL-India , via Wikimedia Commons


  1. You mention that, His emotions and feeling are restricted by his own rules and regulations. Is it evident from straight thumb and long head line?

    1. I did not say that his emotions and feelings are restricted by his own rules and regulations. That makes no sense. I said he feels strongly. And I also said that he is not comfortable with society's rules and regulations. Two entirely different things.

  2. Same time u are saying that he is rebellion in nature , How both qualities can exist ? and from where it is showing that ?

    1. I did not understand...same time as what?
      Also I have explained where it is showing.


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