The woman who has a sign of a Kamal [Lotus Flower] on her palm is a darling of her rich and wealthy husband. She becomes the mother of a child who is destined to oppose and expose or be the cause of the downfall of powerful people or successfully triumph over powerful people.
A Nandyavarta also called as the Ashtamangala Symbol on the soft palms of a woman foretells that she is destined to be the wife of a Chakravarti Samrat [Emperor]. In today’s times a Chakravarti Samrat could mean a Powerful Prime Minister or President of a powerful nation or a Business Magnate.
If the lines of the left palm of a woman resemble a Tarazu [Weighing Scale] or Fish, then she is destined to be the wife of a businessman. She will always be adorned with jewels and jewellery and Laxmi will be kind to her.
A woman having a sign of a Lotus Flower, Shankha [Counch Shell], or Chatri Umbrella] is a Pativrata [Chaste and faithful Wife]. Such a woman is beautiful and becomes a Rajmata [Queen Mother]. Rajmata in today’s time means the mother of very powerful and influential persons.
If the lines on the left palm of a woman are deep, well defined, soft and clear then she is said to be most auspicious for her husband. If the lines are round and circular then she will have a happy married life having good fortune, she will become a mother of good children. She will also hold a high position in activities related to welfare and charity.
A woman having symbols resembling a Bull, Snake, Scorpion, Frog, Fox or Wagtail, Titvi or Cat on her left palm is short tempered and has a quarrelsome temperament.
A woman having the clear symbols of a Goad, a straight Arrow and Plait on her palm has a good character and becomes the wife of a rich and wealth man. If the lines on the palms resemble thick vehicle like shapes, she has an immoral and loose character or is the keep of a businessman.
If a line on the palm of a woman starts from the base of the thumb and reaches the little finger, she will be the cause of the downfall or destruction of her husband.
Symbols resembling a sword. Mace, spear, mridangam or deer on the palms indicate that the woman possesses lady like qualities and has an unselfish and charitable nature.