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  • Naresh Singal
  • Jagmohan Sachdeva
  • Anil Bansal
  • Astrologer P. K. Sarna
  • Roshan Lal Gorakhpuria
  • Dr. Rajendra Aggarwal
  • Dr. Jatin Chaudhry

Naresh Singal

Occult science specialist Naresh Singal, has got the ultimate proficiency in Vaastu, Feng- Shui & Pyramidology. He is a magnificent Vaastu, Pyra- Vaastu consultant serving more than 300 corporate clients. He has delivered a number of free workshops to arouse awareness regarding occult sciences. You can find his article & newsletters...

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Jagmohan Sachdeva

Jagmohan Sachdeva has nourished millions of lives by providing them the effective training on Acupressure, Reiki, Su-jok therapy, Yoga, Hypnotherapy, Past life regression, Tarot card reading, Numerology, Vastu and Merlin Trinity. He has turned their life by bringing back the health, wealth & prosperity...

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Anil Bansal

Meditation & Nature Cure Herbal Consultant Mr. Anil Bansal belong to the Vedic Upchar Sanstha, an organization spreading awareness about naturopathy & yoga. From the past decade, he is serving humanity by organizing training campaigns in Maharashtra, Bihar, Gujarat, Delhi, UP, Chandigarh & Nepal.

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Astrologer P. K. Sarna

P.K. Sarna is an astrologer, palmist & an author who strongly believes that our present is based on the actions we did in our previous lives. ‘A Dictionary of Significators in Astrology’ is the first edition written by him, which is rare in its kind. He has provided many astrology programmes on television also.

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Roshan Lal Gorakhpuria


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Dr. Rajendra Aggarwal


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Dr. Jatin Chaudhry

Dr. Jatin Chaudhary has got healing hands in the field of Physiotherapy & Acupuncture. He has got esteem name in his medical profession & treated many of the sports celebrities like Sania Mirza, Arjun Atwal, Yuvraj Singh, Irfan Pathan, Sreesanth and many more.

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Mahakali Caves In Category: Monuments By: admin on Monday April 07, 2014 | 0 responses Location: Turning the pages of annals, ‘Mahakali Caves’ are 19 pieces of rocky monuments. These are glorifying the western suburb of Andheri in the metropolitan ‘Mumbai’ in western India. Historical period: 1st century to 6th century CE Historical significance:  In ancient era, these caves used to be a place to stay for Buddhist monks. It’s [...]
Madh Fort In Category: Monuments By: admin on Saturday April 05, 2014 | 0 responses Location: ‘Madh fort’ is relatively smaller than that of other forts but is an exquisite evidence of our rich architecture. It is built in northern part of Mumbai at Madh Island which is lonely place about 15 Kilometers (9 ml) from Malad, India. This fort is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the west and [...]
Walkeshwar Temple In Category: Indian Temples By: admin on Saturday March 22, 2014 | 0 responses Location: The Hindu shrine ‘Walkeshwar temple’ is built in Walkeshwar situated near Malabar Hills in South Mumbai region of the metro city Mumbai, India. Beside the BanGanga Tank, it is dispersing the reverence and devotion while being at the highest point of this city of dreams. Another name of the temple: Baan Ganga Temple Etymology: [...]
Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai In Category: Indian Temples By: admin on Friday March 21, 2014 | 0 responses Location: The pilgrimage of Hindus, ‘Mahalakshmi temple’ is located on Bhulabhai Desai Road in the area ‘Mahalakshmi’ of metropolitan Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. Prime Deity: Goddess Mahalakshmi (the central deity of Devi Mahatmyam) Prime occasion to visit: Navaratri Festival. Holy rituals:  It’s natural to see the thronging people at this holy shrine of Hindus, [...]
Mumba Devi In Category: Indian Temples By: admin on Tuesday March 18, 2014 | 0 responses Location:  The Hindu pilgrimage ‘Mumba Devi’ is located in Bhuleshwar area of South ‘city of dreams’, i.e. Mumbai. It is erected closed to the station called ‘Marine Lines’ at ‘Phansi Talao’. Prime Deity: Mumba Devi Etymology: Mumba is extracted from Marathi that is driven from Sanskrit language. The actual Sanskrit word ‘Maha Amba’ stands for [...]