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This astrologer had predicted exactly when Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will be a reality

Anirudh Kumar Mishra, an astrologer who is quite active on social media platforms had 2 years ago predicted the probable time when Hindus will see the fruition of their long quest of the Ram Janmabhoomi site.

The Supreme Court of India has announced the historic verdict over the title suit in the Ram Janmabhoomi case. With the announcement of the verdict, that said the site to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, a decades-old legal battle has finally come to an end.

As Hindus finally rejoice the ownership of their lord’s birthplace after the centuries-long political, ideological and legal tussle, there are certain unusual facets of the long process that are emerging.

Anirudh Kumar Mishra, an astrologer who is quite active on social media platforms had 2 years ago predicted the probable time when Hindus will see the fruition of their long quest to over the Ram Janmabhoomi site. In November 2017, Mishra had stated that there are 2 years and 3 months left for the construction of Ram Temple at Ayodhya.

Anirudh Mishra via Twitter

Mishra’s prediction was made on November 15, 2017. The SC in its verdict today stated that the formerly disputed site will be handed over to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas and the central government will, within 3 months, formulate a scheme envisaging setting up of Trust to built the Ram Mandir. Possession of inner and outer courtyards to be handed over to the Trust.

Read: Ayodhya verdict: While the nation celebrates, ‘liberals’ become the rudalis at the ‘death of justice’

However, it is not always that Mishra’s predictions come true. Earlier, his predictions over India’s performance in the cricket world cup and several state elections had proven to be wrong. However, the astrologer himself has admitted that some of his calculations can go wrong and he predicts what he reads.

Mishra had also predicted in 2017 that the BJP will form government in Haryana again which has already come true. However, he has stated recently that the Shiv Sena will be humiliated due to Sanjay Raut and will have to come back to BJP, eventually making Devendra Fadnavis the CM of Maharashtra for the second time. That is yet to see fruition as no clear picture has emerged from Maharashtra yet.

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