Manisha Koushik

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Manisha Koushik
Born27 August
Alma materUniversity of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Kurukshetra University
OccupationAstrologer, numerologist, author and columnist

Manisha Koushik is an Indian astrologer, numerologist, author and columnist.[1][2] She is the recipient of National Women Excellence Award (2020) and awarded with Arch of Excellence Award by All India Achievers Conference, New Delhi.[3][4][5] She is also popularly known for her weekly tarot column in Hindustan Times.[6]

Early life and career[edit | edit source]

Manisha was born on August 27 in Punjab, India. She is the daughter and associate of astrologer Prem Kumar Sharma.[6] She completed her early education from Carmel Convent School in Chandigarh and then studied Engineering (Hons.) in Electronics and Communication from Kurukshetra University. Koushik later graduated with MBA degree in Integrated Marketing Communication from the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.

She is a member of International Association of Counsellors & Therapists (IACT) (2012), Pennysylvia and esteemed member of World Association of Therapists, Counselors & Healthcare (WATCH), USA. She hosted a popular love talk show on Mirchi Love, Radio Mirchi with RJ Goutham for about 2 years also hosted a regular Saturday weekly show on My FM (PAN India stations) on Dreams, Astro Queries and Vastu. She rose to fame in 2011, during India-Pakistan match. During the match, she suggested her audience to keep a glass of sugar water under the TV during the Indian innings, to ensure that India’s wickets don’t fall quickly. The suggestions worked and people kept trying them.[7]

Name Year Column type
Hindustan Times - Your Tarot this week 2020-present Weekly
Hindustan Times Website 2019-present Daily
Truejetter Inflight Magazine 2017-present Monthly
Bihanga - Bangladesh Airlines Inflight Magazine 2017-present Bi-monthly
Gladrags Magazine 2017-present Bi-monthly
Indian Weekender (New Zealand) 2016-present Weekly
Punjab Kesari – Tarot Horoscope 2010-2020 Weekly
Mail Today – An India Today Newspaper 2011-2020 Daily
Delhiites Magazine 2017-2020 Monthly
Air India Inflight Magazine 2019 Monthly
Vistara Inflight Magazine 2017-2018 Monthly
Diabetic Living Magazine 2013-2017 Bi-monthly
Air Costa Inflight Magazine 2015-2018 Monthly
Quarters, A Quikr Homes Magazine 2016-2018 Bi – monthly
"Feng shui" in The Telegraph Newspaper 2011-2016 Weekly
DB Post, Dainik Bhaskar (English) 2016-2019 Daily
Dreams, Patrika Square, Rajasthan Patrika 2016-2017 Weekly
Asia Connections 2016-2018 Weekly
Amsterdam News 2016-2019 Weekly
Homemaker Hindi Magazine 2013-2019 Monthly
Timeline Goa Magazine 2016-2018 Monthly
Nirog Darpan Magazine 2016-2019 Monthly
Vama Today Magazine 2017-2019 Monthly
Marawi Post 2016-2018 Weekly

Awards[edit | edit source]

  • Awarded with Arch of Excellence Award by All India Achievers Conference, New Delhi
  • Felicitated with the prestigious National Women Excellence Award 2020
  • Honored with Sanjeevni Vibhushan for her invaluable contribution in the field of Astrology
  • India Prime Authors Award 2021 for her book on Feng shui.

Books[edit | edit source]

  • Feng shui Tips for a Better Living published by Petal Publishers.[8]
  • Basics of Tarot published by Ocean Publishers.[9]
  • Decoding Lessons of Life through LUDO published by Petal Publishers.[6]
  • Yearly Horoscope published by Prabhat Books.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "A muhurat for your honeymoon". Hindustan Times. 3 September 2010. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  2. rajendran, nuvena (23 December 2013). "Ready to predict the future". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  3. "FOXCLUES appreciates top 100 authors with India Prime Authors Award". Zee News. 30 June 2021. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  4. "Friday the 13th doesn't scare them". Hindustan Times. 12 August 2010. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  5. " - Your favorite newspapers and magazines". Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "Author Manisha Koushik decodes Lessons of Life through LUDO". The Print. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  7. "The good luck Web". Hindustan Times. 1 April 2011. Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  8. "FENG SHUI - TIPS FOR A BETTER LIVING". Retrieved 2021-07-08.
  9. Koushik, Manisha (2013-01-01). Basics Of Tarot. Prabhat Prakashan. ISBN 978-81-8430-225-7.

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