Hindu astrologers use some specific rules to assess the Vedic marriage horoscopes.
Let's take a look.
According to some Vedic sources the best months to marry are February, March, May and June. It's still unclear to us why this is so.
The position of the Sidereal Moon in the Vedic marriage horoscopes is very important too.
The Moon should be in one of the following Nakshatras: Rohini, Mr(i)gas(h)iras(ha), Magha, Hasta, Svati, Anuradha, Mula, Uttara(A)shadha, Uttarabhadrapada or Revati.
Marriages should be avoided on the following dates:
Most serious Vedic astrologers consider 4 important points before a marriage is contracted:
Contrary to what you will find on the Internet, Kuta agreement is just one part to assess Vedic marriage horoscopes and just the very last part because it's only taking into account the Moon's position (Nakshatra), leaving out for example the position of the Ascendant.
If you want an easy and free way to find your best marriage dates according to the Hindu system, click here to visit Drikpanchang's marriage calculator.
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