An excess of the number 9 in this first name makes Nirupama
a fragile, highly emotional, imaginative, capricious, intuitive woman who is quite a dreamer. She is extremely sensitive, despite her cold and detached appearance which is nothing more than a defence mechanism. She could be quite disconcerting because she alternates between a tendency to be reserved, taciturn and introspective and a more excitable, passionate and talkative personality. It all depends on how she is feeling at the time and the atmosphere of where she happens to be, since she experiences the present moment with great intensity. She is cyclothymic and oscillates between phases of introversion (more accentuated if she was born on a 4th, 7th, 13th, 16th, 22nd, 25th, 31st, or if she has a Life Path Number
of 4 or 7) and extroversion (more pronounced if she was born on a 3rd, 5th, 12th, 14th, 21st, 23rd, 30th, or if her Life Path Number
is 3 or 5). Fortunately she tends to be lucky, because she is not always very well-armed faced with life's difficulties. She tends to easily cut herself off from reality or rush through life in an incessant mobility. Nirupama
is an anxious and terribly nervous creature which makes her rather prone to worry, to the great detriment of her serenity. However, if life is gentle with her she will reveal herself to be flexible and adaptable, cheerful and enthusiastic. She is a feminine and rather charming woman; and with the karmic 3, communication and expression play an important role in her life, either because the first four years of her existence are more or less internalized or because she simply feels a great need to speak. She grasps ideas quickly and possesses considerable intellectual agility, manual dexterity and practical sense. Her life could get off to a slow start but she will start catching up from around her twenty-third birthday... As a child, she demands much affection and attention, is quite dependent and tends to seek refuge in the safety of her imagination. It is important to provide her with plenty of stimulation and encouragement. Discipline and order are not her strong points, and her parents would be wise to keep a close eye on her education. It would be very beneficial for her to practice an artistic hobby, such as theatre for example, which would allow her to externalize her profound sensitivity and develop her faculties of expression; or dance, which would satisfy her need for mobility and flexibility...