Indians are pinning high hopes on ace shuttler Saina Nehwal, who won a Bronze medal in the last Olympics held in London in 2012, to improve upon the feat at the Rio Olympics this month. Saina has many feathers in her cap, and one of them is that she is the first Indian woman to become the world number one badminton player. She also won the World Junior Badminton Championships and the Indonesia Open in 2009. Ganesha feels sure that she will win a medal in Rio, but she may fall short of gold.
Saina Nehwal – Badminton Player, Padma Bhushan Award Winner
17th March, 1990
The Starry Picture:
- Saina has Saturn Atmakaraka and Vargottama in her Chart. Saturn is placed with Jupiter in the Karakamsa, and forms an extraordinary Rajayoga. Due to such a strong Planetary configuration she has a great deal of endurance, latent power and energy. Her physical strength and mental endurance are indeed noteworthy.
- Mars is exalted in her Chart. Powerful Mars is always a boon for any sports-person. It makes her aggressive, determined and denotes the capacity to conquer her rivals. Also, the strong Capricorn influence makes her resourceful, determined, methodical, tough, stubborn and persistent.
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- Another noticeable feature in her chart is the exchange between Mercury and Jupiter. It indicates that she plans her game carefully without meanness and is able to achieve great results.
- The transiting Jupiter is aspecting the Atmakaraka Saturn in her chart. Saturn is one of the driving force in her Chart. The transiting Jupiter will help her significantly from 12th August 2016. She is likely to regain her rhythm. As she is passing through the mid-phase of Saturn's Sade Sati, she may face stiff resistance and it will be difficult to get desired success. However, she will battle it out on the badminton court against the world’s best players and there are indications that she will be able to win a medal for India though chances of winning gold are not strong enough.
With Ganesha's Grace,
The GaneshaSpeaks.com Team