Can Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore win a medal for India in 2008 Olympics?

Can Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore win a medal for India in 2008 Olympics?

Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is an ace shooter who won India's first individual silver medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore is among India's best hopes for a medal in 2008 Olympics to be held at Beijing.

Ganesha compares Rajyavardhan's Natal Sun Chart with the event chart of the Shooting (Double trap) for the Qualification round to be held at 0900 AM on August 12, 2008.

Rajyavardhan's Sun Chart
Date of Birth- January 29, 1970
Place of Birth- Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India
Time of Birth- Unknown (so have cast his Sun Chart)


The Astro Analysis

The Double Trap event, in which Rajyavardhan specializes will be held on August 12, 2008.

Ganesha finds that there are more hard aspects than soft aspects from the planets of the event chart to the natal planets of Rajyavardhan but major hard aspects are in separation mode though within the orb.

To predict the same, Ganesha has also taken the help of Prashna Kundali method. Ganesha has cast a Prashna Kundali (PK) or Accidental Ascendant for this question "Will Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore win a medal for India in 2008 Olympics?"

The PK details are as follows
The date of asking question- August 06, 2008
The time of asking question- 18:34
Place of asking question- Ahmedabad, India


Explanation of Prashna Kundli
The Ascendant Lord and the tenth house of success Lord both are in Itthashaal with each other while the Ascendant is in a moving sign. But, both are placed in the eighth house of evil.

Summary
On the basis of the PK observations and the aspects of event chart planets to Rajyavardhan's planets, Ganesha thus feels that Rajyavardhan may not play as expected and may not win a medal at the Olympics. If most of his competitors have softer aspects than he has, then only does Rajyavardhan stand some chance of getting a medal for India, or else Ganesha carries a strong opinion that Rajyavardhan may not win any medal for India.

Wishing Rajyavardhan Singh Rathod all the best.


Ganesha's Grace
Rikhav Khimasia
The GaneshaSpeaks Team