Astrologers have analysed the significance of the room numbers allocated to the key Union Ministers in the new Parliament building and have generally predicted auspicious outcomes for the occupants.
For Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who has been allocated room number G33 on the upper ground floor in the new Parliament building, astrologers consider the number 33 as a master number or the “master teacher” in numerology.
“This master number 33 is a combination of both master number 11 and 22, which means that it holds significant power in terms of the experiences, dreams, and intuitions it can reveal,” said Acharya Dr Sheesh Narain Vajpayee, an astrologer, adding that the number of opponents will also increase.
“The number 33 will be beneficial for carrying out schemes or projects related to economic development. This implies that decisions regarding economic development schemes/projects should be made here,” he said.
Union Minister Smriti Irani has been assigned room number 8. “In astrology, the number 8 is ruled by Saturn and is highly influential. This number holds great importance since its shape resembles the sign of infinity. By virtue of it, people associated with this number encounter infinite opportunities and blessings in life. Moreover, this number also maintains a balance between the spiritual and materialistic aspects of life,” Vajpayee said.
The number 8 is likely very favorable from a health perspective.
“Decisions made here can lead to increased stress, so they should be made with special caution,” he said.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda, Women & Child Development Minister Smriti Irani, Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan, and Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnav have been allotted rooms on the upper ground floor. The Ministers will shift to their new rooms during the Special Session of Parliament on Tuesday.
Rajnath has been given room G34. Regarding the numerology essence of room number 34, it generally indicates comfort in interacting with others, although the occupant may not actively seek such opportunities. “Sitting in this room will considerably increase happiness and occupancy,” Acharya Vajpayee said.
Regarding room number 31, allocated to Gadkari, Vajpayee said that decisions made while sitting here will cost more than expected.
“But the completion of the work will be so easy that it will not allow any special tension in the mind towards the work,” he added.
As for Goel’s room number 30, decisions made here will be moderately successful. “Although you will have to face more opposition in the workplace,” the astrologer said.
The office number of Rijiju, which is F17, indicates that this place will increase position and prestige and will lead to more success even with less effort.
RK Singh, who has been allocated F16 as an office, indicates that whatever work is taken up, one will not have to struggle much for it, and the work will be completed with less effort than expected.
Vajpayee said each number has specific characteristics associated with it and symbolizes a specific vibration. “They influence our lives and the decisions we make from the moment we arrive in the world. This happens because our birth date governs our complete course of life,” he added.
The old Parliament House has seating for 545 MPs in the Lok Sabha and 245 in the Rajya Sabha. However, the new building will accommodate 888 MPs in the Lok Sabha chamber. In case of a joint Parliament session, 1,272 MPs will be able to sit.