K Jayarama Acharya - Astrologer Par Excellence

Dec 10,2010

There are very few notable personalities in the field of Indian astrology and among them is Kabiyadi Jayarama Acharya, an astrologer of the highest rank.

Acharya graduated in Jyothisha Vidhwath, securing first rank in the state, and also bagged the first prize and gold medal in a national-level astrological elocution competition. He was flawlessly trained by his father - the great astrologer, scholar Kabiyadi Shrinivasa Acharya who had mastered astrology in Kerala.

Acharya is known for providing smart, quick, amicable solutions for any problem without using laptop or astrology tools. Thousands of people have travelled across the globe to meet Acharya and express their gratitude for his accurate, immediate solutions in times of legal/personal/financial emergencies. Millions have been benefiting from Acharya’s advise pertaining to life, children's education, jobs, marriage, family planning, real estate, vastu, politics, stress management etc. His skill to predict is widely famous both at national and international levels.

Politicians remain in comfort zone and one of the many examples was his precise prediction regarding the present ruling party in Karnataka, the BJP. He had stated that BJP would secure 110 seats and will rule and Yeddiyurappa would be the chief minister with a lot of ups and downs throughout his tenure. This was published in Times of India dated 23/5/2008 and Vijaya Karnataka newspapers. His precise predictions are infinite but the essence of those, from my personal experiences, are:

"During an unemployment month of February, he stated: Pack your clothes in the first week of July to fly abroad. Date of flight will be July 4."

"Do not purchase any flat in Dubai. The real estate will not recover until December 2011"

"Do not wait until UAE returns to normal working hours after Eid holidays and send the patient immediately even though the patient is normal" - which saved two lives.

"Take extreme care as the property has technical complications and if resolved the property would be of great returns - so it is now."

His astrological skills have made a huge difference in many more lives during his short week-long, on-demand visit to Dubai in 2008. He has been giving a live tele-presentation regularly on ETV-Kannada called TaraPhala, comprising imparting of knowledge on astrology and providing solutions to callers.

Following the ETV-Kannada tele-presentation and demand from fans he decided to stay in Bangalore. Every fortnight he travels to his hometown to provide solutions to those seeking his advise. Considering the cost of travel he has agreed to provide consultation for overseas people over the phone with an appointment and payment of nominal fees. His contact details are:

+919448134329 / +919535616938

By Ganapathi Bhat Manchi
Ganapathi Bhat is an occupational HSE professional, belonging to Udupi. Presently he is the corporate HSE manager for Sammon Contracting Limited, Abu Dhabi, UAE. He graduated as a civil engineer and completed MSc in occupational health and safety from the University of Greenwich (UK) in 2007. He has been living in the UAE since 1996.
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    Tue, Aug 09 2016

    want to know the predictions
    let me know the adress for personal

  • chennakeshavaGowda, MUMBAI

    Sat, Aug 30 2014


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