Mylara Goravaiah’s prediction comes true for Siddharamaiah

Mylara Goravaiah’s prediction comes true for Siddharamaiah

May 19, 2023

Bengaluru: The Congress has achieved a remarkable victory in the recent Assembly polls, securing a significant majority, and as a result, Siddharamaiah has been chosen as the Chief Minister by the Congress High Command.

Interestingly, several months ago, Mylara Goravaiah of the renowned Mylara Lingeshwara Temple, known for its seers’ prophetic abilities, predicted that Siddharamaiah, belonging to the Halumatha community (Kuruba), would become the Chief Minister. This prophecy has now come true, as Siddharamaiah is set to be sworn-in as the Chief Minister for the second time on May 20.

The Mylara Lingeshwara Temple, located in Mylara, Hoovinahadagali taluk of Vijayanagar district, is famous for its accurate prophecies. Every year, devotees from different parts of Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh gather to hear the prophecy of the Mylara seer. The Mylara prophecy has consistently proved to be accurate, even in the current  political scenario.

Two months ago, the Mylara seer, Goravaiah, made the prophetic announcement, “Ambali Halasitu, Kambali Beesitale Paraak?” which translates to “Will the Chief Minister lose his post and a leader from the Halumatha community (Kuruba community) become the Chief Minister?”

This concise prophecy has now been fulfilled, as Siddharamaiah, who belongs to the Kuruba community, is poised to assume office as the next Chief Minister.

Dharmadarshi Venkappa Wodeyar, a representative of the Mylara Lingeshwara Temple, affirmed the accuracy of the Mylara prophecy in political predictions, emphasising the need for a careful interpretation of Goravaiah’s one-line “Vaani” to understand the prevailing political situation clearly.

Furthermore, the prediction made by the seer of Kodi Mutt in Arasikere taluk of Hassan district has also materialised. More than a month ago, the seer had predicted that a single party would form the government with an absolute majority.

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With Congress securing power independently, the prediction of the Kodi Mutt seer has also come true.


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