Rupali was a cheerful and vivacious girl. She came to visit me with her mother. I had seen her since childhood. She was a very confident girl and had topped her class in the boards. She was very well mannered. Her parents had encouraged and motivated to do everything she wanted to do in her life. She led a care-free and independent lifestyle. She was their only daughter.
She had married to Shirish against her parent’s wishes. Her father knew that his daughter would never be happy with Shirish. He had immediately gazed that when he met Shirish. Shirish was not independent in his thoughts and decision. His decisions were based and dominated by his parents. Her parents knew it would be difficult for Rupali to adjust at Shirish’s home. They tried to convince her to not marry him. But it was in vain. Rupali married Shirish legally in the court.
The initial days of her marriage went in bliss. Rupali started working to support her family. Her working hours were long. She had to come back home and take care of other responsibilities as well. Her in- laws had a lot of expectations from Rupali. They were not bothered that she was working and supporting them. They expected her to cook and clean the home. She was expected to entertain the guests leaving all other priorities aside. They interfered in her personal life as well. This started causing fights and clashes in the couple. Shirish as usual always was influenced by his parents and never took any stand for Rupali. This continued for four years. Meanwhile Ajeet, their son was born. Their love for Ajeet, however could not save the marriage. Rupali finally decided to take my advice. Her parents were insisting on a divorce.
I observed her palms and recorded her name, birth time and signature for analysis. Her palms clearly showed no signs of divorce. She was relieved. She did not want it either. Her concern was Shirish and his behavior, as he was going into a nervous breakdown. I rectified her name and signature and gave her sadhana, for recitation daily, for a happy and blissful marriage. I asked her to ignore her mother-in-laws tantrums and turn a deaf ear to whatever she said. I assured her eventually that things were going to improve and she was going to lead a happy married life.
She left my residence with a hope. I prayed for happiness and prosperity in her life. Always remember, divorce is not the final solution. One should try to compromise and save the relation as much as possible and take divorce only as the last resort.
Author: Dr Jasmin Shaikh
Dr Jasmin Shaikh is a Numerologist and Palmistry Expert. She is the daughter of Dr Amir Hamza Ibrahim Mulla. She has written several Articles on Numerology and Palmistry. You can contact her for consultations on +91-8855069200 or email on email@example.com
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