Astrology

Brahma tells to change the way people use astrology services

Agency | April 06, 2019 12:33 PM

Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) [India]: Brahma tells, a brainchild of Manish Kumar Jhamnani, will soon bring a massive change in the field of astrology consultation services.

Providing career, relationship and business solutions using Astrological Science, Tarot Card, Palmistry, Reiki, Energy Healing and Numerology, Brahma tells have more than 25 highly enlightened and sagacious astrologers who help people know what to expect from their future and prepare them accordingly.

Astrology comes to our rescue many times by just giving us a hint about the tides of the upcoming life. However, in recent times, a rise in the number of fake astrologers has negatively affected people's belief in astrology. A lot of so-called gurus and faith healers claim to straighten the flow of the lives of people but end up becoming money - making machines.

As per the National Science Foundation Report, around 42% people think that astrology is completely unscientific, but we still can't resist looking at the horoscope section of the newspaper or checking out astrology blogs whenever a problem strikes.

As such, Brahmatells aims to revive humanity's belief in astrology by providing genuine answers to the questions we have on a daily basis about our future, business and relationships. The brand, named after the creator of all - Lord Brahma, wants to pull out the world from their struggles and help them create a life filled with love, good health, success and happiness.

"Don't just aspire to make a living, prepare to make a difference", exclaimed Manish as he described the vision of his brand and his motivation behind the venture.

The experts on their panel are maestros in their field and have helped the endless number of people address issues related to career, relationships, marriage, infertility, finances, etc. The website - Brahmatells.com, provides full support to its clients 24*7 throughout the year while maintaining absolute privacy about their identity and personal conversations with the astrologers. Users can schedule a call, talk to astrologers and get a life as well as matchmaking reports directly through the website at a minimal cost.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. 

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