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Dhoni's lucky days tale of past; he better quit as captain
It is quite clear that MS Dhoni's luck has been draining since he turned 30 on July 2011. His 20s were highly fortunate and he was at the peak of luck at the age of 29. Not anymore!

I HAVE been studying about Dhoni from the year 2007 onwards. Since then, I have written several blog posts on him, emphasizing that he is strongly influenced by numbers 2 and 7 and that he is lucky as a captain. This irresistible conclusion gave me courage to write in my posts that India would win the World Cup 2011(as the final was on April 2).

Numbers 2/ 7 are lucky for him in three ways - by virtue of his birth date, occult number and zodiac sign. So, this gives him a strong and harmonious personality.

MS Dhoni was born on July 7, 1981. Those born on 7, 16 or 25 of any month have birth number 7. Because 16 adds up to 7. Same is the case with 25. 7 is a male number representing the planet Neptune. Number 2 is the female counterpart of the number 7. Number 2 stands in symbolism to the planet Moon.

Numbers 2 and 7 are like woman and man inseparably inter-connected. Number 2 persons are equally influenced by number 7. Similarly, number 7 persons are equally influenced by number 2. On April 11, 2008 Dhoni became India’s first wicket keeper Test captain. April 11 represents number 2. So, numbers 2 and 7 are lucky for Dhoni.

Name further strengthens his luck!

Numerologically, it is much luckier to have a name number (occult number) identical to or harmoniously vibrating with the birth number. Dhoni is lucky in that respect too because his name is influenced by number 2. Dhoni's name number is 29: m+s+d+h+o+n+i=4+3+4+5+7+5+1=29.

Now see that number 29 adds up to 2: (2+9=11, 1+1=2). His nick name "MAHI" holds occult number 11 that adds up to 2. The name MS Dhoni carries 7 characters.

Additional bonus! Dhoni was born in the period known as the 'House of the Moon'. Moon represents 2. Thus numbers 2 and 7 are additionally lucky for Dhoni! Dhoni married during this period. The name of his wife "SAKSHI RAWAT" has 11 characters that adds up to 2. The occult number is 29. That is, the occult number of MS DHONI and SAKSHI RAWAT is one and the sam i.e. 29. This indicates mutual attraction and harmonious vibrations.

Lucky days and lucky weeks for Dhoni

Dates 2, 7, 11, 16, 20, 25 and 29 are lucky for Dhoni. The luckiest day is Monday, which represents 2.

Influence of numbers 2 and 7

Within seven days of his appointment as captain, Dhoni became the first captain to win five successive tosses in the ICC World Twenty20. On February 20, 2008 he topped the million dollar bids.

Age 29 had been highly fortunate for him:

On December 29, 2010 India won against South Africa. India defeated Australia in the warm up match of the World Cup 2011 by 38 runs (adds up to 2). In the 2nd warm up held on 16th (1+6=7) India defeated New- Zealand. The matches played by India in the WC 2011 were mostly influenced by 2/7 in one way or other.

More examples

After the victory of Indian team in WC 2011 Dhoni was ranked 52 (5+2=7) by the Time Magazine.

Alastair Cook and Dhoni:

Interestingly, both the captains have birth number 7, however, Cook has now the best of time.


MS Dhoni better gives place to a new captain.

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