Analysis of Narendra Modi's signature

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In the past few years, very few Indian politicians have been trashed or won accolades like Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi. Clearly, he is one of the most controversial persons in India. A lot has been written against Modi and his handling of the post-Godhra scenario.

He has been called the modern-day Hitler. On the other hand, it is also said that there is no better performer than Narendra Modi in India’s political structure. In fact Gujarat’s achievements in the past few years are often attributed to the efforts made by him.

But we are not here to decide whether we should side with someone who abuses him or someone who showers praises on him. We won’t conclude whether things that are said about him are true or not. Here, we will just analyse Modi’s signature. I would like to add here that I have not seen a signature like Modi's. Anyway, here are a few points I have made about his signature.

Narendra Modi

Illegible signature: If we did not have his full name written under his signature, is there any way we could have figured out that it is Narendra Modi’s handwriting sample? Nope. Such signatures are illegible. Legible means the writer is interested in communicating, illegible means they are not. In general, an illegible signature reveals a desire to be seen but not known, keeping things private. Illegible handwriting in combination with other specific traits may indicate dishonesty, but there are a lot of variables.

Lack of readability: If all letters in a signature are readable, then the writer's feelings are readable. Such person will not be able to hide his feelings. Even if such a person tries to hide dissemble his feelings, they will be revealed by the expressions on his face. His activities — good, bad or ugly — cannot remain unknown for a long time. Modi's signature is not readable. So, it's likely he does not have all these traits.

 

Letters missing: According to graphology, if some of the letters are missing in a signature, it indicates that the person always tries to avoid any dialogue on a few matter of his life.

Secretive circle: The second thing that stands out in his signature is the big circle around the first letter of his name. This indicates that the writer wants to keep his true identity hidden. They guard their secrets and it is very difficult to know the truth about such people. Many questions about such writers’ lives are just a subject of speculations.

Camouflaged first name: This reflects Modi’s tendency to be over-protective about himself. Circles around the first name shows the person gets very defensive in public. Such writers have a problem making friends because they do not open up and are always scared of getting hurt. They suspect the motives of people around them, which results in their social isolation.

Two dots at the right end: The dots indicate that Modi likes to have the final word in whatever he does. The two dots also suggest that he does not like others’ intervention and keeps all suggestions at bay.

 

For more articles on handwriting analysis by Vishwas Heathcliff, click here

(Vishwas is the administrator of Write Choice — India's first interactive website on handwriting analysis)

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