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Why Gauahar Won


Why Gauahar Won

Why Gauahar Khan could not be predicted as winner?

Lot of confusion about Gauahar's years of birth!

Don't need to make excuses after a Hat-trick, but couldn't choose Gauahar, as internet shows 2 different dates of birth (1980/83!).

Then her sister, Nigaar Z Khan (our client) gave some different year, and also said that the passport has a different year of birth.

After Gauahar's win, Swetta Jumaani learnt from Gauahar's mom's friend that the date is 23/8/1981!
(Gauahar consulted her friend for the extra 'A' in Gauahar Khan that adds to No 5. She's born on 23rd.)

That makes her a No 5 (whose new spelling add to 5 too) in her 33rd year! 33 is 6, Venus, luxury. One of her best No's & a great form of 6.

2013=6 too!

Year of Women!

Urvashi, Sunmeet Kaur (KBC 5 crores) & now Gauahar!

Sanjay Jumaani
Celebrity Numerologist

Lot of confusion about Gauahar's years of birth!



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