Friday, May 1, 2020

Uddhav Thackeray – practical rather than idealistic

The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Uddhav Thackeray calling on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on February 21, 2020 (Uddhav Thackeray) (cropped)Uddhav Thackeray* has long hands, in particular, a long palm, and in comparison, the fingers are short with rounded tips. The first phalanges are long, and the second phalanges are average. However, his head and heart lines appear to be balanced with each other and straightish (one can never be absolutely sure of the lines with the kind of photos one has to work with). His Apollo (ring) finger is dominant and the Jupiter finger a little low-set. Both the Saturn (middle) and Jupiter (index) fingers are a little bent. The mounts of Lower Mars, Moon and Venus are the most developed mounts on the hand.

All these signs point to an enthusiastic individual, impatient at times, and certainly, quite action and goal-oriented, although with an intellectual and theoretical approach to problems. What saves him from becoming too theoretical
(perhaps) is the fact that he is an objective and independent thinker. He also has self-control and will-power.

You can check out his hand photos here and here.

Uddhav Thackeray's hands show a high level of aggression and a strong determination as well but this is superficial because he does not have that much of staying power. He could find it difficult to handle adversity. Besides, there is a psychological cautiousness in his personality, possibly some diffidence, which basically means he is not as confident as he appears.

A high level of determination can be a great asset as long as it is used judiciously. Uddhav Thackeray’s hands show that this is not always done. There is a certain kind of doggedness and pushiness in his approach when he sets his mind on something, enhanced because of innate aggression but he does not always listen to others and at times his approach can be seen as overriding reason. Perhaps his logical mindset can help him keep the balance as long as he does not let his emotions interfere. Thus when it comes to decision-making, relying on his good judgment and also becoming aware that at times it’s better to acknowledge a mistake can be better than suffering the consequences of something that can't be undone.

His hand is representative of a typical politician's – in some ways. For one thing, there is a great desire for name and fame. Secondly, manipulative abilities are present. However, unlike a typical politician, Uddhav Thackeray is not very people-oriented. Sure, he thinks with his heart at times, but even then, the great encompassing love for people or even strong ideals...these are not seen on the hand. Uddhav is more of a practical and cynical politician rather than an idealistic one.

*Uddhav Thackeray is the current Chief Minister of Maharashtra and the leader of the Shiv Sena Party, founded by his father, Bal Thackeray.

Related Reading: Find out more about the personalities of Raj Thackeray or Bal Thackeray.

Or check out the hand readings of some current and past chief ministers of Indian states like Yogi AdityanathAkhilesh Yadav, Omar AbdullahMamata Bannerjee or Mayawati.

Or just check out the label Politicians for the hand analysis of other politicians from India and abroad.

[Free Photo of Uddhav T from Prime Minister Office, India / GODL-India (https://data.gov.in/sites/default/files/Gazette_Notification_OGDL.pdf)]




2 comments:

  1. Aspiring PalmistMay 2, 2020 at 11:16 PM

    I have heard about Bal and Raj but never about Uddhav Thackeray. I read his Wikipedia bio after going through your post and it seems like he was more inclined towards the arts rather than politics. Perhaps that's the reason why he joined his family's domain so late? Overall, an interesting reading of a politician's palm. Especially one from such a famous lineage.

    P.S. I am not sure if my previous comment was posted as I think an error occurred. If so, please delete that comment as both this one and that one are the same.

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    1. I think you are right. He was not meant to be a politician. But the lure of being famous is the carrot which probably steered him in that direction. A way to fame, riding along on the Thackeray name.

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