Why Are The Upcoming Days Special For Marriage?

In every religion, getting married is a huge step in one’s life. Talking about marriages in Hinduism, it is considered to be one of the most important and sacred bonds between two people to share their lives together, in life and death, in happiness and sadness, and equally handling the responsibilities of their families for the rest of their lives. It is believed that a person should get married on a specific auspicious Muhurat since the positive or negative effects of the planets and constellations could affect married life.

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However, do you know that there are a few months in the entire year when there are no auspicious dates for a wedding? With this blog by AstroSage, we will discuss why and for how long there are no dates to get married in certain months. Along with this, we will learn why the upcoming days are so auspicious to have a wedding on, which Yogas are inauspicious and what Nakshatras are the best for weddings. Read on to learn everything about these.

Every important task in Hinduism, like housewarming, vehicle purchase, property purchase, Mundan, ear piercing, Namkaran, Vidyarambh, weddings, etc., are performed according to the observed auspicious Muhurat. The reason behind this is the positive and negative impacts that the planets and the stars have on our lives. Talking exclusively about marriages, there are only a few significant dates forming the Yogas on which one can get married. According to Hinduism, the duration between Devshayani Ekadashi and Devutthana Ekadashi is not considered to be favorable. 

As per the Hindu Panchang and the mythological stories, on the Ekadashi Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Ashad, i.e, Devshayani Ekadashi, Shri Hari Lord Vishnu goes to the Kshirsagar to sleep for four months and wakes up on the Ekadashi Tithi of the Shukla Paksha of the month of Kartik, i.e, Devutthana Ekadashi. Hence, it is prohibited to get married during this period of four months. Now, as for the year 2022, the Devshayani Ekadashi was observed on July 3rd, 2022, and the Devutthana Ekadashi was observed on November 4th, 2022, which means the couples getting married in the upcoming days will have all the blessings of the Gods above!

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Those who plan on getting married in November or December 2022 may find the most auspicious Muhurats from November 25th, 2022. Additionally, there will be a lot of favorable Muhurats in December as well. Here is a list of the most auspicious dates for weddings.

Auspicious Muhurat For Weddings: November 2022

Margashirsha-DwitiyaNov 25thFridaySagittariusMoola18:09-28:58
Margshirsha-TritiyaNov 26thSaturdaySagittariusMoola06:08-14:58
Margshirsha-PanchmiNov 28thMondayCapricornShravan10:29-30:55
Margshirsha-ShashtiNov 29thTuesdayCapricornShravan06:55-08:38

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Auspicious Muhurat For Weddings: December 2022

Margshirsha-AshtamiDec 1stThursdayPiscesUttarabhadrapada29:43-30:57
Margshirsha-DashmiDec 2nd FridayPiscesUttarabhadrapada06:57-29:50
Margashirsha-DwadashiDec 4thSundayAriesAshwini07:04-27:40
Margshirsha-ChaturdashiDec 7thWednesdayTaurusRohini20:47-31:02
Margshirsha-PurnimaDec 8thThursdayTaurusRohini07:02-12:33
Margashirsha-PratipadaDec 9thFridayGeminiMrigshira07:02-14:59
Margshirsha-ShashtiDec 14thWednesdayLeoMagha08:06-10:46

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Favorable Nakshatras For Weddings

As per the Vedic Astrology, eleven of the 27 Nakshatras are considered to be very auspicious for a wedding ceremony. These eleven Nakshatras are known to bless the bride and the groom with happiness, compassion, mutual affection, children, grandchildren, and wealth. 

  1. Rohini Nakshatra (Fourth Nakshatra)
  2. Mrigashira Nakshatra (Fifth Nakshatra)
  3. Magha Nakshatra (Tenth Nakshatra)
  4. Uttara Falguni Nakshatra (Twelfth Nakshatra)
  5. Hasta Nakshatra (Thirteenth Nakshatra)
  6. Swati Nakshatra (Fifteenth Nakshatra)
  7. Anuradha Nakshatra (Seventeenth Nakshatra)
  8. Moola Nakshatra (Nineteenth Nakshatra)
  9. Uttarashada Nakshatra (Twenty-first Nakshatra)
  10. Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra (Twenty-sixth Nakshatra)
  11. Revati Nakshatra (Twenty-seventh Nakshatra)

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Remember that the first quarter of Moola and Magha Nakshatras and the last quarter of the Revati Nakshatra are considered inauspicious. It is believed that if someone gets married during this period, there is a constant fear of death for the married couple.

According to the best astrologers, people should be cautious of the Uttara Falguni Nakshatra since according to the mythological stories, Maryada Purushottam Lord Shri Ram married Goddess Sita during this Nakshatra, after which he had to face a lot of difficulties in his married life.

Prohibited Yogas For Weddings

Eight Yogas out of these 27 are not favorable to get married in. They are listed below-

  1. Atiganda Yoga (Sixth Yoga)
  2. Shoola Yoga (Ninth Yoga)
  3. Ganda Yoga (Tenth Yoga)
  4. Vyaghata Yoga (Thirteenth Yoga)
  5. Vyatipata Yoga (Seventeenth Yoga)
  6. Parigha Yoga (Nineteenth Yoga)
  7. Indra Yoga (Twenty-sixth Yoga)
  8. Vaidhriti Yoga (Twenty-seventh Yoga)

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It is believed that if a couple decides to get married during any of the above-mentioned Yogas, as a result either the bride or the groom could die. Furthermore, there are other ill effects of getting married during these Yogas, like– a sick bride or the groom indulging in inappropriate activities like drinking alcohol and eating meat. Apart from these eight Yogas, the rest 19 Yogas are considered to be very sacred and auspicious for a wedding ceremony.

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