Know About the Bhakoot Vichar in Kundali Matching

Know About the Bhakoot Vichar in Kundali Matching


The sign in which the Moon is at the time of birth is called Bhakoot, that is, the birth sign tells the Bhakoot of the Bride/Groom. In Bhakoot Kudali matching, the relationship between the birth sign of the bride and the groom is matched. Based on the relation of Bhakoot, the relationship between bride and groom is estimated. The importance of Bhakoot Milan can be estimated from the 7 Gunas allotted to it.


The direct way of knowing the Bhakoot is that from the sign of the bride to the zodiac of the bride and from the sign of the girl to the sign of the groom should be counted. If the zodiac signs of this two fall in the second and twelfth, then Dwidwadash Bhakoot is formed. If the ninth or fifth falls, then it is Nav Pancham Bhakoot, and if it falls on the sixth and eighth, then it is Shadashtak Bhakoot..


 

Know About Bhakoot Milan

 


1st and 7th - This relationship is considered auspicious because, in this zodiac relationship, attraction towards each other remains in marriage and is a factor in the production of good children.


2nd and 12th - This relation is considered inauspicious because mutual harmony in terms of money is not good in this zodiac relationship which may be due to family differences.


3rd and 11th - This relation is considered most auspicious. It is an indicator of family growth, wealth growth, and love growth.


4th and 10th - In this regard mutual coordination and attachment are good. This is also considered auspicious.


5th and 9th – This relationship is considered inauspicious. This relationship indicates the problem of ego among themselves, disinterest, and reluctance in relation. Which can be the cause of progeny growth and mental depression.


6th and 8th – This relationship is considered most inauspicious. This relationship can be the cause of mutual quarrels, discord, separation, and health problems.


If there is a 2nd, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, and 12th,  relationship then it is considered Bhukoot Dosha.


If the lord of the Moon signs is the same planet in the birth charts of both the bride and the groom, then Bhukoot Dosha gets eliminated. For example, even though Aries and Scorpio and Taurus and Libra are in the sixth and eighth positions from each other, Bhukoot dosha is not formed because both Aries and Scorpio are ruled by Mars and both Taurus and Libra are ruled by Venus. Similarly, even though Capricorn and Aquarius are in two-twelfth places from each other, Bhukoot dosha is not formed because the lord of these two signs is Shani. Even if the lords of the moon signs are friends in the horoscopes of both the bride and groom, then Bhukoot dosha is eliminated, such as Pisces and Aries, and Aries and Sagittarius do not form Bhukoot dosha because in both these examples the lord of the signs is Jupiter and There is Mars who is considered a friend in you.


Conclusion


According to astrology predictions if in the Kundali of both husband and wife, the Moon sign is one or the same friend, then the effect of Bhakoot Dosha gets reduced. Also, in matching the Kundali of husband and wife, if the position of the planets is the same and there is no Gana dosha or Nadi dosha, then the effect of Bhakoot dosha is less.

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