Ma Prem Usha -Anyone up for Astrology? Hopefully many. Now-a-days, interest in this field is growing. Astrology is that belief where the celestial bodies affects an individual’s mood, personality etc. Astrologers are the one who help us to know regarding this belief. One such star of this column was MA PREM USHA.
Ma Prem Usha was born on 3rd November, 1937. Her zodiac sign was Scorpio. She was an Indian tarot card reader and a feature writer. She was well-known as a clairvoyant and a fortune-teller. Usha was famous inside India and abroad. She travelled extensively to read her tarot cards.
Family & Caste
She had a wonderful life throughout her survival. Ma Prem Usha is survived by her husband, Lt. Col Raj Kumar Kapoor, her son Milin Kapoor and her three daughters, Ma Prem Ritambhara, Sonia Pillai and Anjali Kapoor Ben-Sarfaradz. When Ma Prem Usha was 70 years old, she died on July 17, 2008, in New Delhi.
Ma Prem Usha graduated from Isabella Thoburn College in Lucknow, India. Usha was initiated into the order of Zen mystic, Osho, an Indian guru, during 1970s. She remained a devotee and a follower of the teachings of Osho for over 30 years until her death in 2008.
Ma Prem Usha started her career in India but gradually went abroad. She was consulted and was extensively interviewed by Indian and International publications on her predictions. She distributed her astrological writings and predictions to several Indian newspapers, periodicals and websites. Her writings had a vastness as it occupied variety of subjects that includes health, food, politics, fashion and people.
Ma Prem Usha created a new deck of tarot cards which are called the Saakshi Tarot Deck, based on symbology, Indian mythology and five elements of nature (wood, fire, earth, metal and water). This was done with the help of her grand-daughter Amira Sultan Kapoor who is a sculptor and a painter. She wrote 12 books based on the twelve signs of the zodiac. She received $ USD 3 Mil. This shows her huge success.
Ma Prem Usha was an stalwart in her field. Her teachings are still cherished by her daughters and grand daughters. Not only her family but the crowd as well, that is why she is still being remembered. Wherever you are, rest in peace.