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HE DOES`NT claim to be the Nostradamus of the 21st Century. He distances himself from the so-called clairvoyants and horoscope readers of today. But Daivajna K.N. Somyaji is an acclaimed Vedic scholar, astrologer and Vaastu Shastri. Somyaji is in Delhi to advise on the future strategy of the major political party of the country, which faced defeat in the General Elections recently. He abstains from disclosing the name of the political party seeking his services, but it is hardly a secret.

His attributes the defeat of the party to the shortcomings in its political agenda and it will have to amend its agenda to fare well in the next elections. He predicts that the Congress Government won't last long and that the next elections would be held before the full five-year term of the 14th Lok Sabha.

Now, an editor of Rashtriya Panchang, a Government of India publication, Somyaji got his first brush with astrology at the tender age of seven. And he mastered the art in no time.

"Since early childhood I had the God-gifted quality of reading cosmic vibrations and energy-flow emanating from the people I interacted with. My guru, Shri Singeri Sharda Peetham of Singeri took serious note of it and helped me hone up my skills," he informs. At the age of 22, he established an oriental learning centre, the Kalpatharu Research Academy at Bangalore to promote the study of astrology, Veda, Agama and Sastra and brought out several research publications on these subjects.

Prominent business and corporate houses are benefited by his expertise in Vaastu and Astrological Advice and constantly seek his guidance on commercial as well as emotional matters. He also advises the young professionals and business executives on various key projects and career.

Elaborating on astrology, he says, "Astrology is the science of trends and tendencies, which influences people in different ways. By way of presentation, it is an art".

He is truly the master of the art of influencing people.

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