India's 3 'Jinxed' High-Profile Bungalows

India's 3 'Jinxed' High-Profile Bungalows

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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Bangalore: When superstitions are conceded from generation to generation, even bigwigs are on the followers’ list. Superstitions, jinxed, omens have reached to such level that even well known people follow it blindly. For instance, the billion dollar mansion of Mukesh Ambani was lying vacant and unused even after its completion because the extravagant structure failed to conform the principles of Vastu Shastra. Similarly, there are some high-profile bungalows in India which are abandoned due to the claimed jinxed factor.  Below is the list of some famous bungalows that are shunned after branding it as doomed house, reports Kumar Vikram, Vanu Dev and Naseer Ganai  of  Mail Today.

1) Cauvery- a bungalow in Bangalore

The Cauvery bungalow is located in Kumara Park area in Bangalore, one of city’s prime residential zones. The government bungalow is considered as jinxed because politicians or chief ministers who stayed in this bungalow faced serious political blows and former chief ministers like Veerendra Patil, S. Bangarappa and J.H. Patel were among the occupants of the bungalow Cauvery.

But, recently Karnataka Chief Minister K. Siddaramaiah has decided to make Cauvery his official residence, keeping the jinx factor aside.

Interestingly, even Siddaramaiah had stayed in the bungalow when he was serving as a deputy chief minister in the Congress-JD(S) government. During his stay, Siddaramaiah was asked to resign from the post by H.D. Deve Gowda, the supreme leader of the party back in 2005. But forgetting about his past experience, Siddaramaiah has decided to shift into Cauvery again.

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