Aug 31, 2016

Asta Kootas for Match making

Astha Kootas (Kuta) for match making,

Before checking Asta kootas and other kootas for match making I would suggest check the Astro charts, for Marriage suitability,

1) Lagna and all angles, Suitability, eligibility, dosha, and 8th house for longevity of native.
2) From Moon and all angles, because Moon's placement in constellations is important.
3) From Upa Pada Lagna, for health of Marriage,
4) 4th House for Happiness from Marriage and relations
5) 12th House for Bed pleasures.

Check in Rasi and Navamsa charts, for each negative give -1 and for each positive give +1, and see what is the end result.

Once this is ok, then move to Asta Kootas and their suitability, a score of 18 and above is ok for an average marriage, please don't look for 36 out of 36, it is only possible in movies and mythological stories. :-)

There are main eight kootas,

1) Varna Koota  for maximum score of 1
2) Vashya Koota for maximum score of 2
3) Dina Koota  for maximum score of 3
4) Yoni Koota for maximum score of 4
5) Grah Maitri for maximum score of 5
6) Gana Koota for maximum score of 6
7) Rasi Koota (Bhakut) for maximum score of 7
8) Nadi Koota, for maximum score of 8,

Total; 36

Minor Kootas,

1) Mahendra Koota,
2) Stri Deergha
3) Rajju
4) Vedha

Koota type      Points       Compatibility                       Detail

Varna Koota     1           Compatibility of  Mentality,  Varna actually means caste of the person
                                       Egos.                                      strictly restricted to Astrology for Social

The Varna of the groom should be equal or higher than the Varna of the bride, favorable combinations get 1 point, else 0.

Bride ↓                   Groom
                     Brahmin              Kshattriya         Vaishya            Shudra
Brahmin                             1                      0               0                 0
Kshattriya                             1                      1               0                 0
Vaishya                             1                      1               1                 0
Shudra                             1                      1               1                 1
This Varna Koota can be ignored while match making.

B V Raman: This seems to signify the degree of spiritual or ego development of the marrying partners. 
Pisces, Scorpio and Cancer represent the highest development - Brahmin; 
Leo, Sagittarius and Libra indicate the second grade - or Kshatriya;
Aries, Gemini and Aquarius suggest the third or the Vaisya; 
while Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn indicate the last grade, viz., Sudra.

A girl belonging to a higher grade of spiritual development should not be mated to a boy of lesser development. The vice verse or both belonging to the same grade or degree is allowed.

The unit of agreement is 1. 

Vashya Koota   2           Compatibilty of ability to      Indicates control and amenability and 
                                       dominate.                               dominance.

Vashya Koota is based upon the comparison of 2 types of animals or human beings assigned to the sign of the Moon.  

VashyaMoon Signs
Quadruped (Four legged Animals)             Aries, Taurus, 1st half of Capricorn
Human      (Humans are independant)            Gemini, Virgo, Libra, Aquarius
Jalachara (Water based animals are independant)             Cancer, Pisces, 2nd half of Capricorn
Leo           (Lion)            Leo
Scorpio    (Insects)           Scorpio

The matching points are between 0 and 2.

Bride ↓               Groom
                   QuadrupedHuman   Jalachara    Leo     Scorpio
Quadruped                           2                      0        0     0.5           0
Human                           1     2        1     0.5           1
Jalachara                         0.5     1        2       1           1
Leo                           0     0        0       2           0
Scorpio                           1     1        1       0           2

B V Raman:  This is important as suggesting the degree of magnetic control or amenability the wife or husband would be able to exercise on the other. For Aries - Leo and Scorpio are amenable. For Taurus - Cancer and Libra; for Gemini - Virgo; for Cancer - Scorpio and Sagittarius; for Leo - Libra; for Virgo - Pisces and Gemini; for Libra - Capricorn and Virgo; for Scorpio - Cancer; for Sagittarius - Pisces; for Capricorn - Aries and Aquarius; for Aquarius - Aries; arid for Pisces - Capricorn. The unit of agreement is 2.

Example: - ln our illustration, neither the boy's nor the girl's horoscope is subject to the control of the other. 

Dina Koota       3            Compatibility of  Nakshatra  Health, Family Happiness this can be derived
                                                                                       from the chart given above page 2.

Count the constellation of the boy from that of the girl and divide the number by 9. If the remainder is 2, 4, 6, 8 or 0 it is good. The number of units of compatibility assigned to this Kuta is 3 in case agreement is found.

Example: - The constellation of the boy (viz., Mrigasira in Taurus) counted from that of the girl (Dhanishta in Makara) gives 10. This divided by 9 leaves a remainder of 1 and hence there is no agreement, and no units of strength are scored on this account. 

Nakshatra on 3, 5, and 7 Category is considered Malefic, i.e. Vipat, Pratyak and Naidhana or Vedha, and the values can be 0, 1.5 and 3, count the Nakshatra from the Groom's Birth Nakshatra to the Brides Nakshatra and divide it be 9, if the reminder is 3,5 or 7 then award 0, and repeat the same in reverse order.

Yoni Koota       4            Compatibility of Yoni             Physical and sexual compatibility can be
                                                                                      derived from the  chart given in

Graha Koota     5            Compatibility of Planets         Progeny prospects, mutual affection, daily
                                                                                       behavior towards one another.

Planet Relationship                           Points
Mutual Friendship                              5
Friend and Neutral                              4
Both Neutral                              3
Friend and Enemy                              2
Neutral and Enemy                              1
Mutual Enemies                              0

B V Raman: 

Rasyadhipathi or Graha Maitram. - This is the most important Kuta inasmuch as it deals with the psychological dispositions of the Couple. The mental qualities of the parties and their affection for each other are admittedly of vital importance to their happiness. This must be tested before marriage. In Considering Graha Maitram the friendship or otherwise between the lords of the Janma Rasis of the persons concerned is very important. Planetary friendships are given in almost all astrological works. But still I give below a table indicating the relations between the different planets so that the reader may not have to refer to other books.

          Planetary Friendships
          Friend               Neutral           Enemy

The Sun   Moon, Mars, Jupiter  Mercury           Saturn, Venus

The Moon  Sun, Mercury         Mars, Jupiter
                               Venus, Saturn

Mars      Sun, Moon, Jupiter   Venus, Saturn     Mercury

Mercury   Sun, Venus           Mars, Jupiter,    Moon

Jupiter   Sun, Moon, Mars      Saturn            Mercury, Venus

Venus     Mercury, Saturn      Mars, Jupiter     Sun, Moon

Saturn    Mercury, Venus       Jupiter           Sun, Moon, Mars

Some suggest that in considering the planetary relations, the temporary dispositions should also be taken into account. This in my humble opinion is not necessary, because, the entire subject of adaptability hinges on the birth constellations and not on birth charts as a whole.

When the lords of the Janma Rasis of the bride and bridegroom are friends, the Rasi Kuta is said to obtain in full. When one is a friend and the other is a neutral, it is passable. When both are neutral. Rasi Kuta is very ordinary. When both are enemies, Rasi Kuta does not exist.

Exception: - Even when there is no friendship between the Janma Rasi lords of the bridegroom and bride, Rasi Kuta may be said to exist if friendship prevails between the planets owning the Navamsas occupied by the Moon.

The number of units for this Kuta is 5.

Example: - ln our illustration, the Janma Rasi lords are Venus and Saturn. Both are friends. Therefore Rasi Kuta is complete. Supposing the bride and bridegroom are born in Makha 2 (Leo) and Satabhisha 2 (Saturn). 

The lords will be the Sun and Saturn respectively and they are not friends. In such a case if the Navamsa relationship is Considered, then the Moon will be in Taurus (Venus) and Capricorn (Saturn) respectively. Venus and Saturn, are friends and therefore the match is permissible. One will have to be very careful in the assessment of these factors and on superficial grounds no horoscope should be rejected as unsuitable or unfortunate. 

Gana Koota      6            Compatibility of Gana           Character compatibility like Godly
                                                                                       (Deva), Human (Manus), Demon (Rakshasha)
                                                                                       Godly is more spiritual and almost non
                                                                                       Materialistic, Human is a balance between
                                                                                       spiritual and materialistic and Demons are
                                                                                       more materialistic and no spirituality.

Aswini, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Pushyami, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Sravana, RevatiDeva
Bharani, Rohini, Ardra, Poorvaphalguni, Uttaraphalguni, Poorvashadha, Uttarashadha, Poorvabhadra, UttarabhadraManus
Krittika, Aslesha, Magha, Chitra, Visakha, Jyeshta, Moola, Dhanista, SatabhishaRakshas

Gana Matching 
Bride ↓Groom
Deva           Manushya                 Rakshasa
Deva         6                   6                        0
Manushya    5                   6                        0
Rakshasa    1                   0                        6

B.V Raman: The number of benefic units for agreement is 6.

Example: - Mrigasira comes under Deva Gana while Dhanishta comes under Rakshasa. Hence, Gana Kuta is absent.

If the asterism of the bride is beyond the 14th from that of the bridegroom the evil may be ignored.

Rasi Koota       7             Compatibility of Bhakut        Family growth, Family welfare and economic
                                                                                       property after marriage
Rasi Koota is the relationship of the Rasis occupied by the Moon in the charts of the groom and bride if the relationship is 5/9, 6/8 or 2/12 they get no points else they get 7 points.

Quality                          Points                                      Mutual Rasi Positions
Benefic                             7                                   1st, 3rd, 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th
Malefic                             0                                   2nd, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 12th
B V Raman: lf the Rasi of the boy happens to be the 2nd from that of the girl and if the Rasi of the girl happens to be the 12th from that of the boy, evil results will follow.

But if, on the other hand, the Rasi of the boy falls in the 12th from the girl's or the Rasi of the girl is in the 2nd from that of the boy astrology predicts longevity for the couple.

If the Rasi of the boy is the 3rd from that of the girl. there will be misery and sorrow. But if the Rasi of the girl is the 3rd from that of the boy, there will be happiness. 

If the boy's falls in the 4th from that of the girl's, then there will be great poverty; but if the. Rasi of the girl happens to fall in the 4th from the boy's there will be great wealth. 

If the boy's Rasi falls in the 5th from that of the girl, there will be unhappiness. But if the girl's Rasi falls in the 5th from that of the boy, there will be enjoyment and prosperity.

But where the Rasis of the boy and the girl are in the 7th houses mutually, then there will be health, agreement and happiness. 

If the boy's Rasi falls in the 6th from the girl's there will be loss of children, but if the girl's is the 6th from the boy's, then the progeny will prosper.

The number of units for Rasi Kuta is 7.

Exception: - When both the Rasis are owned by one planet or if the lords of the two Rasis happen to be friends, the evil attributed above to the inauspicious disposition of Rasis gets cancelled.

Nadi Koota      8             Compatibility of Nadi types,  Physiological matching and for health of the
                                                                                       children, There are three types of people based
                                                                                       on Nadi dosha, Adi (Ayurveda name is Vata)
                                                                                       which is wind type, Madhya ( Ayurveda name
                                                                                       is Pitta) Bile type, Antya ( Ayurveda name is
                                                                                       Kapha) Phlegm type, it has maximum value of 8, and most important out of all the 8 Kootas, Nadi type is derived from Nakshtra and Moon as the reference point from the time of birth, following is the list of Nakshtra and Nadi type they belong.

AdiAswini, Ardra, Punarvasu, Uttaraphalguni, Hasta, Jyeshta, Moola, Satabhisha, Poorvabhadra
MadhyaBharani, Mrigasira, Pushyami, Poorvaphalguni, Chitra, Anuradha, Poorvashadha, Dhanista, Uttarabhadra
AntyaKrittika, Rohini, Aslesha, Magha, Swati, Visakha, Uttarashadha, Sravana, Revati
        B V Raman: This is considered to be the most important and at the same time the most significant Kuta. 

In Sanskrit, Nadi means several things but in reference to astrology, it signifies pulse or nervous energy indicating the physiological and to a certain extent hereditary factors. 

The Hindu medical works enumerate three Nadis or humours, viz., Vatha (wind), Pitha (bile) and Sleshma (phlegm). A boy with a predominantly windy or phlegmatic or bilious constitution should not marry a girl of the same type. The girl should belong to a different temperament.

The three Nadis are ruled by the different constellations as follows: -

Vata          Pitha         Sleshma
Aswini        Bharani       Krittika
Aridra        Mrigasira     Rohini
Punarvasu     Pushyami      Aslesha
Uttara        Pubba         Makha
Hasta         Chitta        Swati
Jyeshta       Anuradha      Visakha
Moola         Poorvashadha  Uttarasnadha
Satabhisha    Dhanishta     Sravana
Poorvabhadra  Uttarabhadra  Revati

If the constellation of the boy and girl fall in different rows, then agreement between the couple will be good. They should not fall in the middle. Stars of the couple may fall in the first and the last line under certain circumstances.

If Nadi Kuta is not present on the basis of the Nakshatras, then the same may be reckoned taking into account the Nakshatra Padas. Thus, the different quarters will be governed by the three humours (Nadis) thus:

  Aswini 1    Aswini 2    Aswini 3
  Bharani 2   Bharani 1   Aswini 4
  Bharani 3   Bharani 4   Krittika 1
  Krittika 4  Krittika 3  Krittika 2
  Rohini 1    Rohini 2    Rohini 3

Beginning from Aswini 1, the counting should be done forwards and backwards in threes as given above.

The unit ascribed for this Kuta is 8.

In the example considered above, both the constellations fall in the middle line and hence Nadi Kuta is completely absent.

Appendix 1 gives a table for measuring the agreement units. In the first column (longitudinal) the constellations of the bride are given.

In the first horizontal column, the boy's nakshatra is given. Take the figure in the column where the girl's and the boy's stars interesect. Suppose the boy's star is Mrigasira 1, the Rasi being Taurus.

The girl's star is Satabhisha 2, Rasi being Kumbha. Running down our eye from Taurus, Mrigasira 2 (horizontal first column) to the horizontal line of Satabhisha 4, Kumbha. we find the figure 26.5 as the total units of agreement. 

Total of 36 points are possible if all 8 Kootas match perfectly, so a good marraige is considered if they get more then 28 points, and above 18 is allowed as an average match, but less then 18 is not allowed particularly if Nadi does not match.

Then there are other minor kutas which are normally not included in the Asta Kootas,

B V Raman:

Mahendra. - The constellation of the boy counted from that of the girl should be the 4th, 7th, 10th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 22nd or 25th. This promotes well-being and increases longevity.

Example: - Mrigasira (constellation of the boy) is the 10th from DhanisnTa (girl's constellation). Hence good.

Stree-Deergha. - The boy's constellation should preferably be beyond the 9th from that of the girl. According to some authorities the distance should be more than 7 constellations.

Exception: - This consideration may be ignored if Rasi Kuta and Graha Maitri are obtained.

Example: - Mrigasira is beyond 9 constellations from Dhanishta. Hence agreement in regard to Stree-Deergha is present. 

Rajju: This indicates the strength or duration of married life and therefore it merits attention. The 27 constellations have been grouped into five types of Rajju.

Padarajju. - Aswini, Aslesha, Makha, Jyeshta. Moola. Revati.
Katirajju. - Bharani, Pushyami, Pubba, Anuradha, Poorvashadha, Uttarabhadra.
Nabhi or Udararajju. - Krittika, Punarvasu, Uttara, Visakha, Uttarashadha, Poorvabhadra.
Kantarajju. - Rohini, Aridra Hasta. Swati. Sravana, and Satabhisha.
Sirorajju. - Dhanishta, Chitta and Mrigasira.

The Janma Nakshatras of the couple should not fall in the same rajju. If they fall in Sira (head) husband's death is likely; if in Kantha (neck) the wife may die; if in Udara (stomach) the children may die; if in KatI (waist) poverty may ensue; and if in Pada (foot) the couple may be always wandering. Hence, it is desirable that the boy and the girl have constellations belonging to different rajjus or groups. 

Vedha. - This means affliction. Certain constellations are capable of affecting or afflicting certain other constellations situated at particular distances from them; For instance, Aswini is said to cause Vedha to 18th constellation (viz., Jyeshta) from it; Bharani to the 16th (viz., Anuradha) and so on. 

The following pairs of constellations affect each other and, therefore, no marriage should be brought about between a boy and girl whos Janma Nakshatras belong to the same pair unless the are other relieving factors.

Aswini and Jyeshta; Bharani and Anuradha; Krittika and Visakha; Rohini and Swati; Aridra and Sravana Punarvasu and Uttarashadha; Pusayami and Poorvashadha; Aslesha and Moola; Makha and Revati; Pubba and Uttarabhadra; Uttara and Poorvabhadra; Hasta and Satabhisha, Mrigasira and Dhanishta. In our example, the constellations of the couple (Mrigasira and Dhanishta) belong to the prohibited pair and hence Vedhakuta is absent

Exceptions:  B V Raman:

We shall now give certain contingencies arising by virtue of common Janma Rasi, common birth star and the absence of certain Kutas.

(1) The absence of Stree-Deerga may be ignored if Rasi Kuta add Graha Maitri are present.

(2) If the Rasi of the girl is odd, the 6th and 8th Rasis there from are friendly. If the Rasi of the girl is even the 2nd and 12th therefrom become friendly. The evil due to the birth of the bride in a Rakshasa gana star may be ignored if Janma Rasi being 2nd and 12th, 9th and 5th or 6th and 8th, the lords of the Rasis are the same or are mutual friends.

(3) Though Graha Maitri is by far the most important, it need not be considered if the couple have their Janma Rasis disposed in one and seven from each other.

(4) Rajju Kuta need not be considered in case Graha Maitri, Rasi, Dina and Mahendra Kutas are present.

(5) The evil due to Nadi Kuta can be ignored subject to the following conditions: -

(a) The Rasi and Rajju Kuta prevail,

(b) The same planet is lord of the Janma Rasis of both the male and the female, 

(c) The lords of  Janma Rasis of the couple are friends.

In many cases, the Janma Rasis of the Janma Nakshatras of the bride and bridegroom would be the same. Attention is paid by astrological writers to such exceptions and we shall throw some light on them for the edification of our readers.

Common Janma Rasi. - Views differ as regards the results accruing from the Janma Rasis being common.

 According to Narada, common Janma Rasi would be conducive to the couple provided they are born in different constellations.

Garga opines.that under the above circumstance, the asterism of the boy should precede that of the girl if the marriage is to prove happy.

In case the reverse holds good (Stree-purva), i.e. the constellation of the girl precedes that of the boy, the alliance should be rejected. This view is supported by other sages, viz. Brihaspathi and Bhrigu. In fact, the author of Muhurtha Thathwa goes to the extent of saying that in cases of common Janma Rasi, provided the man's constellation is preceding the girl's, the Kutas or adaptability need not be applied at all.

Common Janma Nakshatra. - This is a further extension of the principle of common Janma Rasi. The Janma Nakshatras of the bride and bridegroom, being one and the same, are approved in case of Rohini, Aridra, Makha, Hasta, Visakha, Sravana. Uttarabhadra and Revati.

The effect would be ordinary if the common Janma Nakshatras are Aswini, Krittika, Mrigasira, Punarvasu, Pushya, Pubba. Uttara. Chitta, Anuradha, Poorvashadha and Uttarashadha, Bharani, Aslesha. Swati, Jyeshta, Moola, Dhanishta, Satabhisha and Poorvabhadra happening to be common Janma Nakshatras are not recommended.

Here again certain ancient authors hold that even though the Janma Nakshatras are same, the evil becomes nullified if the Padas are different. If the Janma Nakshatra belongs to two signs (e.g., Krittika) the Pada of the bride should relate to the preceding sign.

For example, if Krittika is the common Janma Nakshatra, the bride should have her Janma Rasi in Mesha and the bridegroom in Vrishabha. If, however, the common Janma Nakshatra belongs to two signs equally (e.g., Mrigasira, Chitta, etc.) the sign for the first two quarters should be that of the bridegroom.

The couple should not have the same Janma Rasi, same Janma Nakshatra and Pada. However, in regard to Satabhisha, Hasta, Swati. Aswini, Krittika, Poorvashadha, Mrigasira and Makha, the evil given rise to by virtue of common Janma Rasi, Nakshatra and Pada gets cancelled if the couple are born in the first quarter.

Destructive Constellations:

There is a strong belief among old schoolers that four Nakshatras bring certain negative elements to the Marriage, particularly Moola, Aslesha, Jestha, and Vishaka.

Mooladou swasuram hanti vyaladouca bhidhankanamJyeshtadou jyeshtajam hanti visakhantecha devaram

Source of this shloka: Still finding

Meaning: Moola causes harm to Husbands Father, Aslesha causes harm to Husbands mother, 
Jyestha causes harm to Husbands Elder Brother, Visakha causes harm to Husbands younger brother.

Please don't read this and start wailing, but with out reason there is no such thing which prevails, it needs to be studied and needs data of people with such Constellations and If anything happened to the family members of the Husband. :-)

B V Raman:  Destructive constellations with regards to marriage (arranged where horoscopes are matched by families)

There is a belief current amongst the public that girls born in certain constellations cause the death of certain relatives. 

For instance, a girl born in Visakha is said to bring about the destruction of her husband's younger brother so that parents generally try to find out a bridegroom who does not have a younger brother. Even when there are other merits in the horoscope, it is rejected on the simple ground that the girl is born in Visakha. This is entirely due to ignorance of the real astrological factors governing such considerations. Only certain Padas or quarters should be held inauspicious and not the entire constellation. Thus, in regard to Visakha, only the last quarter is evil and not the first three. 

Therefore a girl born in the first three quarters of Visakha should not be considered to bring misfortune to her husband's younger brother. 

Similarly, the boy or girl born in the first quarter of Moola is to be rejected as it is said to cause the death of the father-in-law. The last three quarters of Moola are benefical.

 A girl born in Jyeshta is said to cause evil to her husband's elder brother. Almost all authors agree that (certain parts of) Moola, Astesha, Jyeshta and Visakha are destructive constellations - Moola (first quarter) for husband's father; Aslesha (first quarter) for husband's mother; Jyeshta (first quarter) for girl's husband's elder brother; and Visakha (last quarter) for husband's younger brother.

Remedy to neutralise the evil of certains negative traits of a horoscope.

1) Proper Mahuratha.

B V Raman: 

Electing a Time for Marriage

Ordinarily almost every Indian Panchanga gives important dates and times for celebrating marriages. The reader cannot rely on them as most of the dates given would not be free from important flaws. Moreover, the marriage dates selected would generally be in accordance with local usages. 

For instance, a Tamilian would not mind marriage being performed in lunar month of Ashadha (provided the Sun has not entered Cancer). But strong objection is taken to this by people living in Andhra and Karnataka. Apart from this, there is universal agreement all over India as regards the time, weekday, constellation and planetary positions to be obtained at the time of marriage.

I am giving below the most standard methods employed by scholars, warranted by experience and sanctioned by the ancient sages.

The lunar months of Magha, Phalguna, Vaisakha and Jyeshta are good. Kartika and Margasira are ordinary. The rest are not auspicious. Some sages opine that marriages can be celebrated in Pushya and Chaitra provided the Sun is in Capricorn and Aries respectively.

The following lunar days, viz., from the 11th day (dark half) to New Moon, Riktha Thithis, 8th, 12th and 6th should be rejected. The best lunar days are the 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 10th, 11th and 13th (of the bright half).

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are the best. Sunday and Saturday are middling. And Tuesday should be invariably rejected.

The best asterisms are Rohini, Mrigasira, Makha, Uttara, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Moola, Uttarashadha, Uttarabhadra and Revati. The first quarter of Makha and Moola and the last quarter of Revati are inauspicious and they should be rejected. Constellations not mentioned here are unsuitable and they should be avoided.

The following yogas should be rejected: Vyatipata, Dhruva, Mrityu, Ganda, Vajra, Soola, Vishkambha, Atiganda, Vyaghata and Parigha.

Vishtikarana must invariably be discarded.

Among the zodiacal signs Gemini, Virgo and Libra are the best. Taurus, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius and Aquarius are middling. The rest are inauspicious.

In the election of a Muhurtha for marriage, as many of the 21 doshas (already mentioned) as possible should be avoided. The most important considerations however are (a) The 7th house must be unoccupied by any planet, (b) Mars should not be in the 8th, (c) Venus should not be in the 6th, {d) the Lagna should not be hemmed in between malefics, (e) malefics should not occupy Lagna. and (f) the Moon in the election chart should have no association with any other planet.

Apart from the above, the usual Tarabala, Panchaka. etc., should be looked into. Elsewhere are given certain combinations which are supposed to neutralise adverse influeces. As far as possible, such combinations should be applied to secure a really propitious moment. Jupiter, Mercury or Venus in Lagna, malefics in the 3rd or 11th, would constitute a formidable force in rendering the Lagna strong. The following are some of the combinations which are supposed to fortify the marriage election chart: -

(1) Jupiter in the ascendant, Venus in the 8th and the Sun in the 11th - Mahendra Yoga.
(2) Venus in Lagna. Jupiter in the 10th and the Sun and Mercury in the 11th-Vishnu Priya Yoga.
(3) Venus in the 2nd, Jupiter in the 12th, the Sun in the 8th and Saturn in the 6th - Sreenatha Yoga.
(4) Venus in Lagna, Jupiter in the 4th, Mercury in the 2nd and Saturn in the 11th - Samudra Yoga.
(5) Mercury, Jupiter and Venus in Lagna - Vijaya Yoga.
(6) Venus and Jupiter in Lagna elevated or otherwise strong - Jaya Yoga.
(7) Saturn in the 3rd, Jupiter in the 6th, the Sun in the 10th and Mars in the 11th - Pushya Yoga.
(8) Mars in the 3rd, Saturn in the 6th, Venus in the 9th, Jupiter in the 12th - Maharshi Yoga.
(9) Venus in Lagna, Jupiter in the 11th - Ardhama Yoga.

Thus, it will be seen that the Hindus have devised an astrological means of judging marriage compatibility where by the relations between the couple may stand the strain of maladjustment. If astrological advises are properly heeded to. there will be fewer tragedies than at present and less marital infidelity. 

Modern sexologists and sociologists will do well to study the theory behind the astrological rules bearing on marriage casting off their prejudices instead of criticizing and condemn the system.


Aug 29, 2016

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This is one person who was so presidential, :-)) but he could barely fit into those shoes....tch! tch! tch!

BuBa Bu Bu Bu baa baaaaaa buuuuuuuuu continues

I heard about proxy games, and how people claim and try to feed on others credentials like a parasite, but this is heights, thanks to "Les Misearable cowards du Montreal". :-) anything, person, and any issue is a proxy.....:-))

Tch! Tch! Tch!   It went on and on and on and on.........and it has come to this...

    And the Algerian family is confused, :-))

   Now the Algerian family is more confused,

   my goodness, "Les Misearble Cowards du Montreal",

   I think Hillary Clinton should seriously think of using them for her sagging political image,

   they will do wonders, but there is a problem, they don't know where to stop, when to stop. :-))

   But the Algerian family appears very scared, and children don't go to school, rather they stay home
   to work for the misearable cowards.


Aug 22, 2016

Rio Olympics 2016 and the Montreal Circus

Only at the fag end of the Olympics I came to know there was this popularity contest also at Rio Olympics 2016. and look who beat Zika virus.


In 1976, Montreal Olympics, Canada got ZERO golds.


I think even in Olympic Camp of Canada there is no such thinking, Canada is busy lock, stock and barrel in the coward communities Olympics, or you can say Circus, read below.....tch1 tch! tch!




Heard about people stealing signatures, identities, bank cards, accounts, personal details and now new thing has come up, people desperate to prove that they have some talent are claiming that the blog belongs to them, :-)))  well! I can understand when someone devotes their entire life of 65 or 75 years to all kind of short cuts and suddenly they have to prove that they have got some talent, so the shortcut is pick some blog or website and claim it is yours. :-))

OK! someone might claim anything, but how the person listening can just accept that what they are claiming is theirs, :-)) so both the sides are desperate or all involved are thieves. :-))

And poor things religiously followed the dictats......tch! tch! tch! and when nothing worked...
Recollecting a 16 years story, tch! tch! tch! Shows how people change with time, and situation.

Conclusion: In this world there are lots of people who wants to make a fast buck, some do it through drugs, some steal, some political fraud, some financial fraud, some are predators, some manipulate, some lie their way up, some back stab, but I think all these characters are only successful, when people like "Les Misearable cowards du Montreal", help them get where they want to go.
So the "Les Misearable cowards du Montreal", are responsible for this, you can call mis- understanding or mess or drama, but lot of people, children and innocent bystanders in at least four countries got hurt in this since 2002 and it continues, for just one despicable women.
If there is any shame left, :-))

Even they call themselves humans. Tch! Tch! Tch!
And please don't hide behind my customers, :-)) because I cannot scream at the customers, they are my bread and butter, look for some other hiding place, like a crevice or ask some cockroach they might help you find one. :-)
Left & Right
Please some one translate what it means , Dham Dham Dham Dham Dham Dham Dham Dhadam.
The miserable cowards of Montreal have been using it for quite some time round the clock, I could not find anything with Oxford also. :-))  It seems to be a special language used by only the Misearable cowards of Montreal. :-))