The main features of Yogi Adityanath’s* hands are his squarish palms, fairly straight, shortish and rounded fingers with thick third phalanges, well-developed mounts especially that of Venus, Mars and Moon, and a few dark, well-etched lines, including a ram-rod straight Fateline, but one which does not start from the base of the hand. The Heartline is a little more pronounced as compared to his other main lines, the thumb phalanges are slightly thick and the Headline and Lifeline are joined considerably.
What is clear from his hand is that he is a
pragmatic sort, and a fairly simple man, but has a tendency to be emotional, even volatile. There is a warmth of nature shown. But there is also a melancholy, introspective and moody side to his personality.
Check out his hand photograph here.
Yogi Adityanath was probably shy in his early years, and there is a certain cautiousness of nature. He is also likely to have been unsure of what he wanted to do in life at the start of his life. The early years show attachment to background/roots in some manner, and the influence of home. This gradually changes as he grows older and in fact he develops a strong sense of who is. Till the late twenties, he was probably fairly reserved.
He comes into his own soon enough, so much so that he starts to define his own values in a fairly rigid manner, and this reveals a strong personality who knows what he wants. Both drive and motivation are present although the disadvantage can be that he may see his life as too immutable and set.
He is aggressive, mentally strong, able to stand up to people and defend his ideas.
Yogi likes his comforts, but he is not a materialistic person. He is not interested in money, and nor is he adept at making it, or in business.
He is also fairly candid, and in this sense, he reminds me of Jaggi Vasudev (Sadhguru). Being non-manipulative and non-controlling (another personality trait he shares with Sadhguru) is not a common personality characteristic for a politician, although it is common amongst true spiritual leaders.
So, despite not being the typical manipulative and cunning political type, does Adityanath have the ability to be a good politician and leader of the people? Actually, he does. He is shrewd even if he is not manipulative. The idealism of personality is not extreme and he is a doer and a clear thinker. He can be humble.
There is the emotionalism and excitability which can be seen as a weakness, but his pragmatism that can help keep the balance.
Readings of some other chief ministers of Indian states: Akhilesh Yadav, Mamata Bannerjee or Mayawati.
Or just check out the label Politicians for the hand analysis of other politicians from India and abroad.
Or try the label Spiritual leaders for hand readings of Spiritual Leaders from different parts of the world including the Pope, the Ayatollah, the Dalai Lama, Mother Theresa and also Mahatma Gandhi, Sai Baba or Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.