Handwriting Analysis: A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Today we are going to analyze the handwriting of A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

Abhay Charanaravinda Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada was a Gaudiya Vaishnava teacher and the founder-acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, commonly known as the “Hare Krishna Movement”

Here is his handwriting sample:

Handwriting can reveal many traits that may cause a person to take specific action or decision in life.

Swami Prabhupada’s handwriting sample reveals that he was a people’s person, a person who was not only influential but the one who understood people’s emotions. Not only this, he was also a quick thinker and a quick learner. Having the capability of thinking quickly as well as understanding people’s emotions makes a person who can just understand which cord of a person to pull to get him to do anything. Revealing this personality through handwriting, we should not be surprised to know his huge followers all over America, Europe, India and everywhere else.

If we talk about his ego, he had a healthy ego. He had a very high self-esteem and always set high goals in life. His success in life itself is the proof of the magic high self-esteem can bring in a person’s life.

He was an enthusiastic person having a magnetic personality, not only this, at times he was very sarcastic.

He had keen interest in reading and acquiring knowledge and wisdom. He was open-minded and had many ideas in his mind.

He was sometimes dominant in his behavior while treating others. One of the traits that acted like a scratch on a glass personality was his resentment. He had been or thought that he had been a victim of injustice. He felt that life is unfair. And because of this resentment he also was pessimist.

Here is the summary of traits found in the handwriting sample:

1. Highly Emotional

2. Sarcastic

3. Enthusiasm

4. Quick thinker

5. Anti-social (Limited friends)

6. Open minded

7. Attentive to details

8. Healthy ego

9. Resentment

10. Philosophical

11. High self-esteem

12. Pessimism

Disclaimer: Though graphology is a science based on strict formations and their traits, handwriting analysis or expression of the analysis is an art form and is limited by experience and/or expression of the analyzing graphologist. Please do not consider the analysis as a final judgment about a person. Handwriting changes, on a daily basis or rather as newer experiences are gathered and changes occur in the environment and/or in the motives of an individual.

 

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