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Description Astrology is not a complex science as it often made out to be and, in the hands of the world-famous 'human computer' Shakuntala Devi, it becomes yet simpler and easier to understand and practise.
Astrology For You Author: There were claims that astrology was of course a matter of numbers and that she could read the numbers in your chart that foretold your future with precision, just as as she could compute complex fifty digit problems with ease.
About the Author. Born to an orthodox Brahmin family in Bangalore, Shakuntala Devi manifested an extraordinary love for numbers at a very early age. By the. Astrology is not a complex science as it often made out to be and, in the hands of the world-famous 'human computer' Shakuntala Devi, it becomes yet simpler and easier to understand and practise. The present book discusses zodiacs, planets, asterisms, the rising signs, Bhavas.
After calling her secretary to confirm the interview, in a couple of hours, I found myself seated across from the woman whose intelligence the world was raving about. It's been fifteen years, but there are details of that interview that play themselves out in technicolor in my mind. There were plenty of people milling about journalists, members of her staff, people who had come for an astrological reading, armed with their date and time of birth, which was all she'd needed to make a 'prediction'.
She was wearing a black cotton saree, bright red lipstick and a perpetual frown on her face.
And there was no getting around the fact that she was irritable and short tempered. She snapped at the attendant who brought her a glass of water, was rude to a photographer, raised her voice when someone reminded her that people had queued up to have their charts read.
And five minutes into our interview, she interrupted me abruptly mid-sentence, rapping her knuckles sharply on the gleaming polished wood of the oval table between us. Tell your editor, tell her NOW.
Taken aback though I was, I knew that if we were to progress any further, I had to soothe ruffled feathers and quickly. I reassured her that we would give her top billing and that she deserved it.
Then when she'd calmed down, she resumed answering my questions as though nothing was amiss. Two things struck me: She had no qualms in admitting that she had an unusual childhood.
Her father was a circus artist, often a performing magician who was well-versed with card tricks; she was the daughter of his third wife. He would take her on road shows and people would marvel at her ability to solve complex sums and guess the card that they'd picked up from the pack. In reality, she had memorized the arrangement of the entire deck.
Her memory, just as her mathematical ability, was photographic and phenomenal. When she spoke of mathematics, her eyes lit up.
She told me that mathematics was everywhere, in every symmetric petal, in the stalks of wild flowers, even in the rhythmic chirping of birds.
She said that her future dreams involved setting up an institute for poor children to realize their potential and that she hadn't decided the venue yet.
Her books had always focused on getting the younger generation interested in maths. She steadfastly refused to answer any questions on her astrological ability.
The next day, my aunt decided that she wanted her future told. She set up an appointment to see Ms Devi. When I asked how the reading went, I realized that it was all about mathematics too.
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