Swati is 3rd or Anuradha is 5th Nakshatra from that of the girl. So, their marriage will be auspicious and there will be no Tara Dosha.
There will be no Tara Dosha if the Janma Nakshatra of the boy or the girl is (1) Mrigashira, (2) Magha, (3) Swati or (4) Anuradha.
Note : In Tara Dosha, these 5 exceptions should be kept in mind.
There are some special rules for matching of the horoscopes of the boy and the girl if the Nakshatra of the two is the same. 8 of the 27 Nakshatras are considered to be inauspicious. These are (1) Bharani, (2) Ashlesha, (3) Swati, (4) Jyeshtha, (5) Moola, (6) Dhanishtha, (7) Shatbhisha, (8) Purva Bhadra.
The marriage of the boy and the girl is not considered to be suitable if their Nakshatra is one and is one among the eight mentioned above.
The marriage of the two is considered to be suitable if they have the one and the same Nakshatra among the other 19 Nakshatras.
The matching of the horoscopes of the prospective husband and wife happens to be auspicious from marriage point of view if they both have (1) Rohini, (2) Ardra, (3) Magha, (4) Hasta, (5) Vishakha, (6) Shravana, (7) Uttara Bhadra or (8) Revati. The rest eleven Nakshatras give mixed result.
Rule 7 (If all the four Padas are in one Rashi)
The Pada of the Nakshatra of the boy should be before that of the girl if their Nakshatra is the one and the same. Suppose that Rohini is the Nakshatra of the two. In this case the Pada of Rohini Nakshatra of the boy should be the second and that of the girl should be the 3rd or 4th - not the first or the second. So, the Nakshatra Pada of the boy should not be put after that of the girl.
Rule 8 (When one Pada is in one Rashi and the rest three are in any other Rashi)
The Pada of both the boy and the girl should not be the same if their Nakshatra is one and the same.
Rule 9 (When three Padas are in one Rashi and the other one is in any other Rashi)
Some Nakshatras get divided into two Rashis. For example, the 1st Pada of Krittika is in Aries, whereas the 2nd, 3rd and 4th are in Taurus. So, the other Nakshatras also get divided into two Rashis. For example, three Padas of Punarvasu, Vishakha and Purva Bhadra fall in one Rashi and the next one in the other. Thus one Pada of Krittika, Uttara Phalguni and Uttarashadha falls in one Rashi and all the other three Padas fall in the other one. The Nakshatras of the Sun and Jupiter are divided this way.