Handwriting Analysis: Rabindranath Tagore

Today we’ll analyze the handwriting of Rabindranath Tagore, who was a Bengali poet, Brahmo religionist, visual artist, playwright, novelist, and composer. His works reshaped Bengali literature and music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He became Asia’s first Nobel laureate when he won the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature. Two songs from his canon are now the national anthems of Bangladesh and India: the Amar Shonar Bangla and the Jana Gana Mana respectively.

Here is a sample of his handwriting:

The handwriting reveals that Rabindranath Tagore was a quick thinker and could easily play with words. He had a great sense of using the right word at the right place. His thirst for knowledge was unquenchable. He was a philosophical person, living most of his time in his own thoughts and ideas. A person open to ideas, he was a quick learner. He could grasp things very easily (though tend to forget them easily too!).

Its not surprising to see his desire for culture in his handwriting which makes him a great writer as well as a great music composer.

Rabindranath hated rules and loved freedom, doing what he wished to do. He was stubborn and somewhere disregarded the systems prevailed that time.

His handwriting reveals that he had a healthy ego, though his married life was not good.

Let’s take a look at his signature and see what it reveals to us. Here is his signature:

Though many things are already listed, but some of the very interesting things are revealed from his Signature. Firstly, he was a creative person and demanded respect and dignity wherever he went i.e.where he was not regarded properly, he left that place.

He was diplomatic (as already said, he was good with words and knew what to speak in which situation). He had a desire to get attention. He did extra efforts to get attention wherever he went and always wanted to be the center of attraction. Which ultimately might have lead him to become such a renowned person.

Rabinranath Tagore’s handwriting and signature revealed a lot many things about him which are hard to find even after reading many books about him. His high determination, thirst for knowledge, ability to understand the words all worked as a stepping stone for him to rise up high in his life.



Graphology: Will you risk hurting her?

There is a saying which goes like women and elephants never forget an injury. To what extent is it true is hard to tell, but graphology can individually answer if a person is capable of forgiving others. I received this handwriting sample from a female who was not able to attend my motivational seminar but was impressed by how her friends (who attended it) described their experience.

Will you hurt her?This little sample, though a little blurry, revealed many of her personality traits. But what set her apart from the rest? It was her personality to sense everything to the extreme. Well, that’s right! You might have seen resilient people who after losing a member of their family are able to bounce back to their normal state of mind within a few days; while on the other hand, you might have come across people who would cry over for weeks or months (or sometimes even years!) for some petty disappointment such as not getting the ticket to watch their favorite actor’s movie.

And the problem is not just that. These are very sensitive people. As this trait has its pros so are its cons. If this person likes the little things you do then this person will equally dislike the things you don’t do which he/she expects you to do. Whatever you do or say, whether positive or negative, this person will take everything to heart. SO BEWARE!!!

How to spot such a person?

Well, there are various traits we have to check for before suggesting that a person feels everything with intensity. But if you look at the sample, you will clearly notice that the impressions of the writings written on the back page are visible from the front. This is one of the various traits which suggests a person feels everything to a greater magnitude.

What can you do for this person?

Never ever HURT!!!! Because this person will take it personally and would never forget till the end of his/her life. Being over-sensitive is actually a self-devastating trait in itself. You may develop unnecessary anger and it may sometime lead to RESENTMENT (another big trait, which research has shown, is found in almost all the cancer patients).

If you find this trait in yourself or anyone in your social circle, give them all the love and care you can and consult a graphologist to help them get out of this quicksand.

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Graphology: The girl who trusts blindly!

I received this handwriting sample from a girl who attended my motivational seminar in her college. On being asked if she constantly finds people breaking her heart and leaving her alone, she burst into tears and cried her heart out. I was not surprised to see this reaction. I knew she was emotionally broken and that she would again get her heart broken. I knew all this from her single trait about trusting people blindly.

imageHow to spot a person who trusts blindly?

If you look at the lower loops of the handwriting sample such as in the j’s and y’s, you will notice that they are extraordinarily inflated. They are BIIGGGGG looped!

Such people tend to trust others very easily. And as we know the world is full of cunning selfish people who break promises and hardly meet other’s expectations, so the people like her who trust them get hurt.

What happens next?

What happens next after a person who trusts blindly is hurt is highly subjective. Because there can be various reactions to the setback depending on a person’s personal beliefs, past experiences and future expectations. The person may become anti-social or may start isolating himself. On the contrary, they may continue to remain the same with the hope of giving another chance to another person in this world, after all everyone is different. So accurately generalizing how they will react to the heartbreak is almost impossible. It varies from person to person.

Boon or a bane?

Is trusting people blindly a boon or a bane for the person? Seeing the world around us and how people are ready to do anything to win over the competition, I personally would say it is a con in the personality. A person should exercise rationality while trusting people. A person who trusts blindly usually gets disappointed from his/her friends sooner or later.

If you find this trait in yourself, contact a graphologist to get rid of this trait.

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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.



When I was not a topper

When I was not a topper I had many misconceptions about what a topper was. I was standing in the assembly line for the morning prayer when I saw my friend joining hands in a different style and I thought may be that made all the difference. I changed my style of joining hands and observed the results for a month but nothing changed. I thought I was focusing on the wrong thing.
I thought the events that happen to us before the exam on the exam day may affect the result. I thought those events actually make all the difference. I clearly noted all the events that happened with me on the day my exam went well. I tried to have all those events in my another exam but the results were not as I was expecting. I again thought that I may be focusing on the wrong thing.
Then I read somewhere “For success in any field, little things do not matter much – they matter everything” and a seed of doing little things everyday sowed into my mind. I made it a rule to read one page of my academic book everyday. This little change of effort astonished me with the results I got. I was among the top three rank holders of the class all the way from being somewhere in the last. Finally, I found out what made all the difference. It was ME and my LITTLE EFFORTS EVERYDAY.
As this experience helped me realize the importance of little efforts, little things we do everyday. So for all those who are reading this, I would like to quote the line which helped me realize this:

For success in any field, little things do not matter much – they matter everything!


Desi employer, angrezi (western) morale

As I came back home at 2100 after attending an 8 hour long educational seminar, I went to a Dhaba to have dinner. While the food was being prepared I stood there watching here and there observing the whole scene. There was darkness everywhere, all the shops were closed and it seemed as if it is a no man’s land. And then I saw a man treading his way towards the Dhaba. He was carrying a huge white colored bag. His forward-bent walk confirmed that he has something heavy in that huge bag.

He put down the bag on the footpath and started to take some diffident steps towards Dhaba. His body language, the walking speed, his hand-to-mouth gestures all supported my earlier perception of him having a low self-esteem. As he came into light, I saw his hands colored white as if he has been picking up some dirt and has not washed his hands. His torn jacket showed dirt marks which corroborated the fact that he has no other pair of dress. His torn shoes highlighted that they have really worked hard to carry the man’s as well as the huge bag’s (with whatever is in it) weight all day long.

The owner of the Dhaba was standing just at the entrance instructing his men to close the business day.The man demanded for food from the owner. The owner interrogated, “Tu ki karda hain?” (Translation: What do you do for living?). The man replied, “Mai kuda chakda haan” (Translation: I am a salvager). The owner asked, “Kine kamma lena hain?” (Translation: How much money do you make?). The man replied, “Das rupayeee” (Translation: Ten rupees). The owner suggested, “Das rupayee di ki cheej andi hai aaj kal!” (Translation: Ten rupees have no value in today’s world).

At this point, I thought that the owner is quite arrogant. But I forgot that the most valuable lessons of life are learnt from the bitterest experiences, and that is what the man was learning right now. As the conversation went further I realized that the owner actually is very wise. He said, “Apne aap nu dekh. Ena hatta kata hain. Kal naah toh ke mere kol aa javin, tenu kam de dunga.” (Translation: Look at yourself, you are so strong. Take bath and come tomorrow, I’ll give you work) and after a pause he added, “Jo mai kar sakda haan, tu v kar sakda hain.” (Translation: What I can do, you can do it too)

After this conversation the owner told one of his workman to give him food. By the time, my order was ready. I collected the packaged food, paid the money and drove back home thinking about this till I fell asleep.