Hand analysis and Reading of Sonia Gandhi
In this post I have tried to analyse the hand of Sonia Gandhi, the Italian born woman who is the President of the Congress party, a party which is currently in power. I have done the analysis from the shape of her hand and fingers only. The lines on her palm are not clearly visible for me to read her palm thoroughly. However the hand as a whole reveals the type of person and that is what I am able to do. And as I said when I read L.K. Advani’s hand, please don’t take this seriously if you don’t believe in palmistry. There is no way I can confirm whether my reading is right or wrong. I am doing this reading of important political figures as the Lok Sabha elections are nearing and I think my analysis might help a few people who are not sure of what kind of people these leaders are. And to those others who don’t think that palmistry has any basis, well, you might read this post out of sheer curiosity!
So here goes:
If one goes by her hand, then Sonia Gandhi is not an unintelligent woman as many accuse her of being. She may not be a scholar but she has an average intelligence and plenty of common sense.
She is also quite a determined lady with an ability to withstand and tolerate a lot of pain and yet not become bitter and mean as a result.
From her hand it is clear why she was not keen to enter politics. Sonia Gandhi is an intensely private person and inward looking, reserved to the point of being unresponsive to people’s friendship and warmth. You might think that this is a fact known to everybody but well, her hand collaborates it. Such people always keep their own counsel. She finds it difficult to get along with people.
But no, she is not the cold woman that she appears. She is actually a woman who feels very deeply indeed. She feels so deeply that she prefers to keep these feelings hidden, out of the public eye. In fact she is the kind who would throw herself into family life and sacrifice her own comfort and happiness for the sake of her loved ones. It is not surprising why she was Indira Gandhi’s favourite daughter-in-law! It is also not surprising that she has taken on the leadership of the Congress party although she is temperamentally not suited to this profession. She is doing it for her children as she is completely devoted to them.
I personally do not think that her deep love extends to India. Maybe it does, maybe not.
She is conservative in many ways and sadly, lacks the ability to have her own ideas. She is no visionary. Even in her actions she is not independent in the sense that she is not the kind of person who will do what she thinks is right and to hell with everybody.
As mentioned earlier she is very determined and is guided by her head. This itself makes her a natural leader, someone others look up to. However, she lacks a strong will power, which is essential in a great leader.
She has well balanced views about life and is overall a pragmatic person.
She has good reasoning powers, but she is not diplomatic and often rubs people the wrong way for minor things. But she is not cunning, in fact she may be a bit of a simpleton.
She is also stingy, and likes to make every penny count. She has a desire for wealth and to hoard it, but she is not the kind who will try to get wealth at any cost. She has scruples.
A not very pleasant quality about her is that her imagination is not a healthy one. For one thing she is sensitive to slights but what makes it worse is that she often imagines that people are worse than they are. This can cause her much internal distress. Her hand shows some element of a morbid imagination.
She has taken risks in her life and it has stood her in good stead so far. But these risks were taken not because she is bold and fearless but because she had a kind of casual attitude to life, a carefree attitude. This has changed over the years.
She is of a calm disposition.
She is a very strong woman, and someone who will stand like a rock during a crises. It is likely that her husband Rajiv depended on her for her strength.
(Photo credits: The Hindu)
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