Best non muhurat wedding days in Hindu astrology Tithis and weekdays are no less important when choosing wedding dates. Therefore calculating our marriage does not consider the week and day while performing almanac purification to find auspicious marriage dates.
Marriage should be done during auspicious rites after almanac purification. Ascension is also known as a sign of passion and rise. Different sources have different opinions on the selection of auspiciousness.
Most sources believe that Mithun (Gemini), Kanya (Virgo) and Libra (Libra) are auspicious auspicious occasions to conduct marriages.
Marriages conducted during inauspicious relationships can lead to loss of employment, adulterous and drab wives, unable to have more than one child and unstable marital life. Best non muhurat wedding days in Hindu astrology
Best non muhurat wedding days in Hindu astrology
While publishing Vivaan Muhurta we do not consider Lagna or Ascend. However, to find the auspicious lagna, our Muhurta window of at least four hours should be sufficient. A stretch lasts for about two hours and this period varies from place to place. Best
Shukra and Guru Tara Asta
Most auspicious functions, including marriage, are prohibited when Shukra Tara and Guru Tara die. Hence there is no marriage when Venus and Jupiter are burnt or destroyed.
Simhastha Guru is also considered inauspicious for marriage. But it should be understood with utmost dedication because the Guru becomes a Singhat from 12 to 13 months which makes it difficult to get married for about a year. However marriage can be done during Simhastha Guru when the Sun is passing through Aries (Aries) Rashi. Guru is Simhastha once every twelve years. Our marriage is not counted by the Singhasat Guru.
In North India, marriages do not take place even during Holashtak. Holashtak is an inauspicious period of eight days that begins on the Ashtami date during the Shukla Paksha of Phalgun month and ends on Phalgun Purnima. Our marriage is not counted as Holashtak.