How to find a lucky name : An Indian Example

An Example

Suppose  a person has name Harish Malik (an Indian Name). We’ll see whether this name is lucky for him or not. For this we have to calculate the compound number of his name.

H = 5  M = 4
A = 1  A = 1
R = 2  L  = 3
I   = 1  I   = 1
S = 3  K  = 2
H = 5
______17 ______11

17 + 11  = 28

The compound Number of ‘Harish  Malik’ is 28

Let us read the interpretation of Number 28

 28 : A number of contradictions. It symbolized a person of great promise and possibilities who is likely to see all  taken away from him unless he carefully arrange for the future. It also indicates loss through trust in others, opposition and competition in trade, danger of loss through law, and the likelihood of having to begin life’s road over and over again It is not a fortunate number. 

As is evident from above the compound number of Harish Malik 28 is not a fortunate number as it’ll keep creating problems for him.  Thus. it is better for him to either change his name or make some alteration in his name’s spelling.

After making some adding/replacing of letters in his name spelling, suppose Harish decided to write his name as

‘Hareesh Malik’

From pronunciation point of view (in indian context) he will still be pronounced as Harish. However, let us see what will be his new compound number :

H = 5  M = 4
A = 1  A = 1
R = 2  L  = 3
E  =5  I   = 1
E = 5  K  = 2
S = 3 ______
11
H = 5
______
26

26 + 11  = 37

The compound Number of ‘Hareesh  Malik’ is 37

Let us read the interpretation of Number 37

37. This number has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of good and fortunate friendships in love, and in combinations connected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a fortunate indication if it appears in connection with future events.

    You can see the new name (although the same name with altered spelling) is extremely lucky for Harish. So it would be better for him to change his name to ‘Hareesh Malik’

 It may, however, be noted that while the compound number of both names Harish Malik (17 + 11) and Hareesh Malik (26+11) are coming as 28 & 37, if we further add the compound numbers of

 Harish (17=1+7=8) and

Malik (11=1+1 = 2)

The total comes out as 8+2= 10;

and for Hareesh Malik,

Hareesh (26=2+6=8)

Malik ( 11=1+1=2), the total will be 8+2= 10.

 By calculating his compound number this way, both names results into same compound number. You’ll often find such examples wherein if we further add the compound numbers, they often result into same compound numbers from two different names.  Therefore, it is better if we add the initial compound numbers (without further adding them up) of name to arrive at the changed compound number. Sometimes, it become quite confusing and difficult to calculate. However, the rule to follow is that we should keep in mind all combinations of compound numbers (that comes by adding and further adding of numbers) and to select their best possible combination to arrive at a lucky name. It takes time but by a little practice, you’ll be able to calculate the best possible combination for a lucky name.

    Using the above method, you can easily find about your own name whether it’s lucky for you or not.

You can see the new name (although the same name with altered spelling) is extremely lucky for Harish. So it would be better for him to change his name to ‘Hareesh Malik’

Using the above method, you can easily find about your own name whether it’s lucky for you or not.

An important thing

The above method of finding the lucky name is not limited to the name of individuals only. You can use this method to calculate whether the name of your business, your city, your any projects (such as movies, TV serials etc) is lucky for you or not.

In case of city, you may choose whether the city where you proposed a new business is lucky for you or not.

Now we’ll learn to calculate a lucky day by using compound number as  this method is slightly different from the one we used above to find a lucky name.

  How to find a lucky day using compound Numbers   

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