Nitin Kumar Palmist
(Welcome to my Palmistry Hand Reading Blog!)

Learn Indian Palmistry & Know About Your Future
(1000+ palmistry-astrology-手相-psychic articles & palm images of celebs)
Email ID:

Sunday, June 25, 2017

How To Check Rare Symbols & Signs On Hand In Indian Palm Reading

Dictionary Of Indian Palmistry Symbols On Hand In Palmistry

Palmistry reveals symbolic truths as well as spiritual truths. Understanding these truths is a skill that requires more than just the study of the lines and the shape of a person's hand. A few thousand years ago, Indian palmists discovered that the combination of a few lines could add more depth to a palm reading than simply reading each one line at a time. In other words, the sum of a few lines on a hand could give greater meaning than each line could all by itself. These combinations of lines were given names and entered mainstream palmistry in India through its Shastras (ancient texts). This style of palmistry was mostly practiced by monks, hermits, and other holy people. Over the course of time, the people who could interpret these symbols became fewer and fewer until some of the symbols became lost over a period of time. This book attempts to save the remaining symbols that are still known, for future generations of palmists.

Interpretations of hand symbols In Indian Palmistry

The easiest Way to understand the presence of palmistry symbols on a hand is to interpret them as a mirror that reflects a person's way of thinking and their past actions. These thoughts and actions are called Yogas' by palmists and astrologers. In India, the term Yoga is used to describe a type of energy that will manifest itself at some point in the future. So the presence of a symbol on your hands will tell us that at some point in the past, you performed a particular action that will give the results described in this book, or that you are in the process of performing those actions. Each symbol will detail a major chapter in your life. As such, these symbols are not to be read in isolation of any other lines on your hand, but should be seen as a point of reference in your larger spiritual development.

If you are new to palmistry, I should offer a warning. Finding and locating symbols on a palm can be hard work for a beginner. A good deal of training and practice is needed before a student can claim to have found a rare sign on a stranger's palm. Also, interpreting a symbol should not be done without looking at the other lines on the palm. It is wiser to think of these signs as actions from the past that will give their results in the future. Deciding when that future event will take place should be determined by the major and minor lines on the hand. For example, you may see a lotus symbol on a person's hand and interpret that to mean that that person will lead a financially comfortable life (as described later in this book). However, that person may be in financial difficulty at the time that you read their hands. It is wiser to inspect the Saturn and Sun lines to determine when that comfort will be activated before making your comments. In other words, do not rush to conclusions and make rash predictions based on a single symbol or even on a combination of them. Instead, study the entire palm and use these symbols as signals for an activation of energy at a particular point in time in a person's life.
Another trap that I expect many beginners to fall into, and one that I myself was guilty of when I first started learning palmistry, is to look at their own hands to find symbols and then exaggerate their meaning hoping for great things in the future. A few good signs do not mean that you will have a trouble-free future. I therefore advise you not to get too carried away by the presence of rare signs on your palm. Many schools of palmistry in India teach that you should not read for someone that you are emotionally attached to, including yourself. This is because you, the reader, become biased and easily miss other obvious signs. Therefore, by looking at your own hand, your interpretation of the lines on your hand will exaggerate the good or downplay the bad. In either case, you will not be in a position to correctly read and interpret these signs for yourself. If you find Some rare symbols on your hand, acknowledge their existence but do not dwell on them.

On the other hand, pardon the pun, do not be discouraged if you do not find any symbols on your own palm. Some of the signs described in this book are very rare, and in my many years of reading palms, there are several signs that I have seen only a handful of times. Not having 'good' symbols on your hand does not mean that you will not lead a good life. Do not lose heart if you do not have a particular symbol on your palms. Instead, put your focus, effort, and determination towards creating the life that you envisage for yourself; and once that is done, the appropriate symbol will grow on your palm in its own time. Remember, these symbols are a record of past actions. So you can perform Some actions in the present time, such as harder work or more sustained study and practice, in order to Create the symbols that you want to appear on your hand in the future.

As you practice this system, you will notice there are symbols that will appear to be poorly formed on Some hands, whilst that same symbol will be strong and prominent on another person's palm. If a sign is lightly formed with broken lines, or does not look like one of the pictures provided, then it will reduce the effect that the symbol will have. It will still give either a positive or negative result as defined for that sign in this book, but it will be of a lesser intensity. Other times, a sign will be so faint that it can only be seen with a bright light or under a magnifying glass. If this is the case, then that Symbol is a sign which is growing on the person's hand. This sign may develop and become stronger over the next few years, gaining more importance as time goes by. It will only have more impact on the person's life if that sign grows stronger over time, but if it stays weak then this sign will give lesser results. It should not take too much practice to find the difference between a poorly formed sign (weak) and a correctly formed sign (strong).

The symbols described in this book can loosely be broken down into four categories: Shapes, Animals, Objects, and Planets. The rarity of the signs can be correlated according to this order. Almost everyone will have some type of Shape on their hand (Square, Cross, Circle). A few people will have Animals (Fish, Horse, Ox), and even fewer people will have Objects and Planets (Pot, Flag, Moon). This is because as each sign becomes more and more complex, it will become harder to find. 

 If you are new to palmistry then all of these information may be overwhelming for you in the beginning. To make the learning process easier, I have created in this book a specific format for each symbol. This is how a beginner can best make use of the content for each symbol. 

Name - The names of the symbols in this book will be listed in English instead of the original Indian languages. This is because there are several Indian languages from where these symbols are derived, and to minimize confusion I have decided to use only one language. Also, remembering and pronouncing the original names of these symbols in a foreign language may add an unnecessary element of complexity for beginners who do not know any Indian language. 

Some symbols have many names based upon the system they come from. For example, the Cow symbol in a North Indian system is called the Bull in a South Indian System. I have included all known names of each symbol in this book to make Cross Comparison easier. 

Pictures - These are provided to help you visualize the shape of the sign being discussed. Despite my artistic limitations, you should still be able to get a good idea of what these symbols are Supposed to look like. Also, you may notice that not all pictures look like the objects that they are named after. For example, the Dog does not actually look like a dog at all. Indian palmists are aware of this, as I am, but these signs come from ancient traditions, so there is little value in renaming or redrawing them.  

Symbolic Meaning - This section is for advanced palmists. Written in-between the lines of most of Indian mythology are unique systems of palmistry and astrology. This section will give you a reference point to understand why certain mythic plots progress in the way they do. It will also give you a point of reference to understand a section of a myth and its significance for palmistry and astrology. If you are new to palmistry, it is best to skip this Section and come back to it as your knowledge develops. 

Palmistry Meaning - The explanations of the Symbols in this book will be listed as per their Indian interpretations and not based upon the systems of other countries. For example, a Tortoise sign has a different meaning in the Indian Samudrika Shastra than it does in the Chinese Taoist Palmistry systems. The interpretations are Written in a way that is simple and easy to understand. Furthermore, in Some cases I have added my experiences in seeing these signs and thus included some of my own interpretations which are not found in traditional texts. 

Locational Variance - A Symbol will have a slightly changed meaning based upon where it is placed om a palm. For a beginner, it is best to only read the Palmistry Meaning section and leave your interpretation there. For an advanced palmist, the Locational Variance section will give a more fine-tuned explanation of the symbol and add more depth to your understanding. Sometimes, these symbols may appear in other locations than in the ones I have listed here. If you find a symbol in a location that I have not explicitly defined, then use the general meaning of the symbol. This is because the locational variance for that sign will have negligible difference. Also, the mounts and the lines on the palm are used as a locational indicator. For example, Saturn can mean either the Saturn Mount Or the Saturn Line.

Can be Confused With - Some of the Symbols in this book can be confused with other signs. Therefore, I have included a brief section on symbols that are similar and can be misread, especially if a sign is poorly formed or weak.

Often Found With - Some symbols carry an energy that can be easily transplanted into other signs and can appear in clusters with other signs. Thus, there are combinations of symbols that are commonly found on many sets of hands. If you find a particular symbol on a palm, it is advised that you inspect that hand for other commonly associated signs as listed in this section to further your interpretation.

- This section is also for advanced palmists only. It has been included to help people with their personal meditation and spiritual work to amplify the results of a particular symbol and receive the blessings of the deity in question. Just as each symbol has a symbolic meaning, each symbol also has an associated deity and/or planet that gives energy to the sign. In fact in most cases, a single symbol will have several deities and planets associated with it. This section will help you find the Hindu deity that is most prominent on your hand. Once you have identified the most important deity across several signs hand, you can focus on that deity's meditations and mantras in order to amplify the result of the signs on your palm. After you have gained some experience in working with these energies, you can recommend them to others when you read their palms.

Rarity - This section will give an approximation on the occurrence of signs on different hands. The numbers I give in this section are based upon my estimates and not derived from any ancient text or source. Also, I have not measured the rarity of these signs in any empirical way; I give only my best guess based upon many years of practice as to how often they occur. As a general rule, I use the following criteria:

As a general rule, I use the following Criteria: 

Common - A sign that almost everyone has,  Uncommon - Occurring in approximately 1 out of 10 palms.

Rare - Occurring in approximately 1 out of 50 to 100 palms. Very rare - Occurring in approximately 1 out of 500 to 1,000 palms, Exceptionally rare - Occurring in approximately 1 out of 10,000 palms.

Western Palmistry & Indian Palmistry System

It is important to remember that originally, the Western systems of palmistry did not use complex symbols in their work and rarely looked into symbols beyond the basic Square or Circle. It has only been in recent centuries that they have started adopting some of the Indian palmistry symbols. Thus some of the signs in this book may seem familiar to students of Western palmistry; however, the interpretations are being kept to their original Indian meanings. Also, Western palmistry has recently incorporated the use of planetary symbols as a means of interpretation. This is something that was not done by ancient Indian palmists, and so those interpretations have not been included in this book. In my opinion, which may be biased, I disagree with the use of planetary symbols other than the Sun and Moon. I have not found these signs on a person's palm in a way that could not be confused with another sign from Indian palmistry. For example the sign for Jupiter is often confused with a poorly formed Swastika with a few "missing branches" or a Goad.

Furthermore, there are Chinese systems of palmistry that also use symbols in their work, although the interpretations and symbols themselves are different from their Indian counterparts, I have not included those Chinese symbols in this book, but have found that they have accurate meanings associated with them.

As a final point of consideration, there are close to two dozen symbols in Indian palmistry which have become extinct', meaning that their interpretations have been lost over the course of centuries and millennia. I would like you to be aware that there are some signs that you may find on your hands which are not covered in this book, but may be derived from either the Chinese systems or from lost sources in ancient India.

Nitin Kumar Palmist



Question: I want to get palm reading done by you so let me know how to contact you?
Answer: Contact me at Email ID:

Question: I want to know what includes in Palm reading report?

Answer: You will get detailed palm reading report covering all aspects of life. Past, current and future predictions. Your palm lines and signs, nature, health, career, period, financial, marriage, children, travel, education, suitable gemstone, remedies and answer of your specific questions. It is up to 4-5 pages.

Question: When I will receive my palm reading report?

Answer: You will get your full detailed palm reading report in 9-10 days to your email ID after receiving the fees for palm reading report.

Question: How you will send me my palm reading report?

Answer: You will receive your palm reading report by e-mail in your e-mail inbox.

Question: Can you also suggest remedies?

Answer: Yes, remedies and solution of problems are also included in this reading.

Question: Can you also suggest gemstone?

Answer: Yes, gemstone recommendation is also included in this reading.

Question: How to capture palm images?

Answer: Capture your palm images by your mobile camera or you can also use scanner.

Question: Give me sample of palm images so I get an idea how to capture palm images?

Answer: You need to capture full images of both palms (Right and left hand), close-up of both palms, and side views of both palms. See images below.

Question: What other information I need to send with palm images?

Answer: You need to mention the below things with your palm images:- 

  • Your Gender: Male/Female 
  • Your Age: 
  • Your Location: 
  • Your Questions: 

Question: How much the detailed palm reading costs?

Answer: Cost of palm reading:

  • India: Rs. 600/- 
  • Outside Of India: 20 USD

( For instant palm reading in 24 hours you need to pay extra Rs. 500 or 15 USD ) 
(India: 600 + 500 = Rs. 1100/-)
(Outside Of India: 20 + 15 = 35 USD) 

Question: How you will confirm that I have made payment?

Answer: You need to provide me some proof of the payment made like:

  • UTR/Reference number of transaction. 
  • Screenshot of payment. 
  • Receipt/slip photo of payment.

Question: I am living outside of India so what are the options for me to pay you?

Answer: Payment options for International Clients:

International clients (those who are living outside of India) need to pay me 20 USD via PayPal or Western Union Money Transfer.

  • PayPal (PayPal ID :
    ( Please select "goods or services" instead of "personal" )
  • PayPal direct link for $20 (You will get reading in 9/10 days) - PayPal Payment 20 dollars
    PayPal direct link for $35 (You will get reading in 24 hours) - PayPal Payment 35 dollars
  • Western Union: Contact me for details.

Question: I am living in India so what are the options for me to pay you?

Answer: Payment options for Indian Clients:

  • Indian client needs to pay me 600/- Rupees in my SBI Bank via netbanking or direct cash deposit.

  • SBI Bank: (State Bank of India)
       Nitin Kumar Singhal
       A/c No.: 61246625123
       IFSC CODE: SBIN0031199
       Branch: Industrial Estate
       City: Jodhpur, Rajasthan. 

      (Contact For Details)

Email ID:


In this palmistry website you will find palmistry articles in both Hindi and English languages with pictures, figures and diagrams. If you are interested in palmistry and want to become an expert then this blog will be helpful for you and guide you how to read palms.

You can learn basics of palmistry, lines on hand, signs on hand, and you can learn about Indian Palmistry here.

लाल किताब के प्रभावशाली टोटके

यदि आप पारिवारिक या व्यवसायिक समस्या से मुक्ति पाना चाहते है तो यहाँ दिए गए उपायो को एक बार अवश्य करें । आपको अवश्य लाभ होगा । आज अधिकतर लोग किसी न किसी परेशानी से ग्रस्त है । किसी को व्यापार में घाटा हो रहा है , किसी को नौकरी नहीं मिल रही है , कोई भूत-प्रेत या ऊपरी हवाओ से परेशान है, कोई संतान के न होने से दुखी है तो कोई भयंकर रोगो से ग्रस्त है ।

यहाँ पर प्राचीन टोन टोटके द्वारा  अनेक समस्याओ का समाधान प्रस्तुत किया गया है ।

राशि रत्न

अपना राशि रत्न प्राप्त करें । सभी राशियों के रत्न लैब से प्रमाणित  मिलते है । यदि आप अपना राशि रत्न लेना चाहते है तो व्हाट्सप्प पर संपर्क करें ।

Whatsapp No:- 8696725894

Client's Feedback - July 2017

If you don’t have your real date of birth then palmistry is there to help you for future life predictions.  Our palm lines, signs, mounts and shapes which are very useful in predicting the person’s life. We can predict your future from the lines and signs of your both palms. We can predict your future by studying your palm lines and signs. There is no need to send us your date of birth , time of birth , place of birth etc . Palm told the personality ,future ups and downs thus a experienced palmist can guide you to deal with upcoming challenges with vedic remedies.

My Website: