Under which Nakshatra and planetary positions one should not get married?

Under which Nakshatra and planetary positions one should not get married?



Marrying in certain planetary positions, Nakshatras, dates, etc. is considered taboo. Getting married in these situations can lead to problems in the future. Some of these nakshatras also such which give auspicious results, but marriage in these are also not considered auspicious like Pushya, etc. 


 

Nakshatra and Planetary Positions 

 


According to Marriage astrology, out of the 27 Nakshatras, there are 10 such Nakshatras, which are prohibited from marriage. For example, Arda, Punarvasu, Pushya, Ashlesha, Magha, Purva Phalguni, Uttara Phalguni, Hasta, Chitra, Swati, etc. If there is any constellation in these 10 constellations or if the Sun is transiting in Leo in the Navamsa of Jupiter, then marriage should never be done.


On the date of getting married from the birth constellation, one should not marry his elder child in the 10th, 16th, or 23rd constellation.


The main factor of marriage is Venus, so getting married when Venus is weak is not a factor of happiness. Venus remains in childhood for 3 days after rising in the east and 10 days when it rises in the west. Venus remains in a weak state for 15 days before its set and 5 days before Venus sets in old age and marriage should not be done during this period.


Guru also plays an important role in marriage, so it is also necessary for the Guru to be strong. It is not appropriate to do marriage work even when the teacher is in childhood, old age, or weak. Jupiter remains in childhood and old age for 15-15 days in both rising and setting conditions. It is also not considered appropriate to get married during this period.


There is a yoga that is considered taboo for marriage work, which is called Trijyeshtha. In this, children should not get married in Jyeshtha month and boys and girls born in Jyeshtha month should also not get married in Jyeshtha month.


If the planet Jupiter is transiting in the 1st, 8th, and 12th house from Virgo, then it is not auspicious to get married. If Jupiter is transiting from Virgo to Gemini, Cancer, Virgo, and Capricorn, then this yoga is not beneficial for the married girl. Apart from Jupiter, the transit of the Sun and Moon should also be auspicious.


Moon is the factor of mind, so special care should be taken of the auspiciousness and inauspiciousness of the Moon in marriage work. The moon remains in childhood for three days before the new moon and three days after it. At this time the moon is unable to give its fruit. The transit of the Moon is auspicious in the remaining houses except in the fourth and eighth houses. Marriage should be done only when the Moon is aspected, in a triangle, self-signed, exalted and friendly.


Gandmool should also be taken care of in marriage. For a girl born in Moola Nakshatra is considered painful for her father-in-law. A girl born in Ashlesha Nakshatra is inauspicious for the mother-in-law and a girl born in Jyeshtha Nakshatra is inauspicious for the eldest. Before marrying a girl born in these nakshatras, one must remove these defects.


Conclusion


In Hinduism, marriage is considered a bond of seven births. Marriage is not just a tradition but one of the sacraments. Many things are taken care of before taking out the auspicious time for any marriage. Like the position of the planets, constellation, date, date, etc. If you also want to know about the position and constellation of the planet in your Kundli, then talk to astrologers.

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