So, in this situation, the Rashi of the boy should be one in which there are three Padas. The details in this regard are given below :

  • Krittika Nakshatra : The Rashi of the girl should be Aries whereas Taurus of the boy.
  • ƒPhalguni : Leo of the girl and Virgo of the boy.
  • Ashadha : Sagittarius of the girl and Virgo of the boy.
  • Punarvasu : Gemini of the boy and Cancer of the girl.
  • Vishakha : Libra of the boy and Scorpio of the girl.
  • Purva Bhadra : Aquarius of the boy and Pisces of the girl.
Rule 10 (when two Padas are in one Rashi)

The two Padas of some of the Nakshatras happen to be in one Rashi and the other two in the other one. For example, Mars has Mrigashira, Chitra and Dhanishtha Nakshatra. Therefore, the Rashi of the boy should be the first whereas of the girl it should be the other. Thus, in Mrigashira, Taurus should be the Rashi of the boy and Gemini should be of that of the girl, in Chitra, the Rashi of the boy should be Virgo and that of the girl it should be Libra, and in Dhanishtha, Capricorn should be the Rashi of the boy whereas Aquarius should be that of the girl.

Rule 11

According to this rule, the Nakshatras of the boy should not be the 27th from that of the girl if the Rashi of the two are different. But the Revati Nakshatra is an exception that is 27th from Ashwini. So, the Revati Nakshatra of the boy may be the 27th Nakshatra from that of the girl.

But for the 27th Nakshatra from the other ones, the exception is as under :

If the Rashi of the two is one and the same, then matching of Nakshatras can be made. Suppose that the Janma Nakshatra of the girl is Bharani and of the boy it is Ashwini, the 27th. So, the matching of the two is right, because Rashi of the both is the same. In spite of this, matching of the two is not right, if their Nakshatras are in the following manner:

  • ƒBharani of the boy and Krittika of the girl.
  • ƒPushya of the boy and Ashlesha of the girl
  • ƒDhanishtha of the boy and Shatbhisha of the girl.

Matching of the horoscopes of the two having Nakshatra in the manner mentioned above is not possible though their Rashi is one and the same.

Rule 12

Some special rules have been mentioned for some special Nakshatras. They are as follows:

  • ƒThe girl is not auspicious for her father-in-law, if her Janma Nakshatra is Moola
  • ƒThe girl is not auspicious for her mother-in-law, if her Janma Nakshatra is Ashlesha.
  • ƒThe girl is not auspicious for the elder brother of the boy, if her Janma Nakshatra is Jyeshtha.
  • ƒThe girl is not auspicious for the younger brother of the boy, if her Janma Nakshatra is Vishakha.

According to some other scholars, the first Pada of Moola Nakshatra is inauspicious whereas the 2nd, 3rd and 4th are auspicious.

According to yet some other scholars, the first Pada of Moola is inauspicious for the father-in-law of the girl, second for her mother in-law and the third one is inauspicious for wealth. But the fourth Pada is auspicious. But then it is for sure that the girl being in the first Pada of Moola is not auspicious for her father-in-law.

Ashlesha Nakshatra : The girl, whose Janma Nakshatra is in the first Pada of Ashlesha, is not auspicious for the mother of the boy.

Vishakha Nakshatra : The girl born in the fourth Pada of Vishakha is not auspicious for the younger brother of the boy.

Jyeshtha Nakshatra : The girl is not auspicious for the elder brother of the boy if her Janma Nakshatra is Jyeshtha.

Thus we see that this rule is applied on the girl only and not on the Janma Nakshatra of the boy. However, some scholars apply it on both the boy and the girl. Death is not considered in the case of the girl (daughter-in-law).

If death of the father of the boy occurs, it is due to his Yogas, fatal (Marak) planets and influence of Period-sub-period and Gochar, and not due to the Janma Nakshatra of the daughter-in-law. It is quite unjust to blame Janma Nakshatra of the girl or the boy.

The family is like the passengers sailing in a boat. Every passenger will have to bear the brunt of whatever happens untoward with the boat. The death of the father means that the mother too has the Vaidhavya Yoga in her Period-sub-period. In the Period-sub-period of the boy too there must be the Mrityu Yoga of his father. Likewise, there must be some malefic Yogas in the Period-sub-period of others in the family. So, it is quite unjust to blame the girl only who comes from another family. Yet, it is possible that the Period-sub-period of the girl compelled her to sail in the boat in which there was something ominous to occur.

Matching of Dina Koota in brief :

  1. 1.In south India, only the numbers of Nakshatra from the Janma Nakshatra of the boy is counted. But in North the numbers are counted from the Janma Nakshatras of both the boy and the girl.
  2. 2.Matching of 3rd, 5th and 7th Taras is not advised in Janma Paryay.
Horoscope Matching

Horoscope Matching

Today “Horoscope matching” has become the indispensable part of Hindu marriage. But it has not been mentioned in any old Jataka scripture of Astrology. However, it has been described in the Muhurta scriptures of the same. In Ramayan, marriage of Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna has been described elaborately. But, in this great epic also Horoscope matching has not been mentioned. Likewise, in Mahabharata, too, it has not been cited. Therefore, it can be said that Horoscope matching in Astrology was not in practice a few centuries ago. But, the community accepted and made it an indispensable part keeping its usefulness in view.


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