Priha Bhartia is a multi-talented person specializing in handwriting analysis, numerology and tarot card reading. She is not just a fortune teller but a healer and therapist too who wishes to reach out to more people and guide them to lead a better life with the help of alternative science. Besides being a handwriting analyst, numerologist and tarot card reader, Priha is a tax consultant and aspiring chartered accountant and company secretary.
She attained bachelor’s degree with honors from Shri Shikshayatan College of Kolkata and further pursued formal education in paranormal science as her strong urge to solve people’s problem did not let her stop there. Instead of settling for a commerce based career only, she extended her area of work by adding a field that could help everyone and create a difference in people’s life. Learn more about her life mantra and career challenges.
Please provide a brief overview of your product/ service.
I am a handwriting analyst, tarot card reader and a numerologist. In handwriting analysis, I take a handwritten sample from the person and analyze his/her handwriting to diagnose his problems he is facing through, be it medical reasons, past traumas, phobias or psychological…..everything and anything can be diagnosed. In tarot card reading, the person has to ask specific question about anything which he desires. He then picks up the card and I read the message in it, thereby, solving the unresolved questions of anyone’s mind and heart. In numerology, I use Pythagoras’ Method of numerology to match your name and date of birth and give you a 5-year written detailed report also.
What inspired you to build the above product/ service?
Nowadays, we all are suffering through some kind of problems, be it health related, emotionally or psychologically, which in turn, hinders our growth in all aspects. So in order to overcome all and help people at large, I brought these services professionally.
What is your life mantra?
My life’s mantra is simple and known to all of us from the movie 3 idiots….”Success ke piche mat bhago, excellent bano……success to jhak maar kar piche aayegi”
What was the most challenging part of your journey till now?
The most challenging part of my journey as of yet is that they don’t really have faith that handwriting can do such miracles.
How do you protect yourself from the problem of Brain Drain?
My services are a ‘One-Person Show’ based service, in which I don’t need any employee but hearing so many problems day-in and day-out makes me also depressed. So, I overcome them by listening music and playing my synthesizer.
According to you, what are the three qualities an individual must have to achieve success?
# things which I think any person should have to be successful are: Determination, Dedication and Passion
Answer in less than 50 words
Excel yourself in whatever you do. Success is bound to come, maybe not today but will come.
- One mistake you believe every individual must avoid:
Not to make hasty decisions and jump onto an opportunity instantly. Take time, analyze its cons and pros and then decide.
- One most important lesson that you have learnt till now:
It’s the family and society only which builds us, whatever we are and howsoever we are.
If you get a chance to start your career again what would you do differently this time?
I am in love with my career as this is the best way I find to reach out to maximum people and help them.
What are your top three getaway destinations?
Europe, South Africa and North-East India
Share a quote that inspires you the most.
My favorite quote is from Bhagvad Gita “Sreyan svadharmo vigunah paradharmat svanusthitat; Svadharme nidhanam sreyah paradharmo bhayavahah ” which means that it is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.