Re-engaging Rahul
Parliamentarian|January 2017

An astrological analysis of the Gandhi scion and vice-President of the Indian National Congress, Rahul Gandhi.

Visti Larsen

THE setback of the Indian National Congress Party (Inc) in 2014, was major and uncompromising, sending Rahul Gandhi and his party into political obscurity. Rahul’s political influence being little, and his media presence drawing comparison to a substitute-teacher, whom everyone likes, but has little say in matters.

Rahul Gandhi, born June 18th, 1970 at 9:52 PM, Delhi, India.

Another source cites his birth on the 19th at 2:28 PM in Delhi, which changes both his Chandra Rāśi to Dhanusha, and his Lagna to Tula. Based on his sister’s chart, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, he cannot have Chandra in Dhanusha, and instead must have this in Vrishchika only, thus confirming his birth being the former option namely the 18th of June. Despite the setback in the general election, Rahul’s political career has yet to ebb. The Chakra Daśā of Makara began in 2015 which seeks to initiate his political ascension. in 2016 and 2017 he will rise to the highest position in the Indian National Congress party, and will likely become its President, a role which will be important for the party’s future growth.

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