It is Important to Assess the Stri Dirgha for a Happy Married Life


Parents want their children to be successful in life. They try their level best to settle their kid’s life and give all the happiness from their side. Marriage is the most important part of life and any mistake means trouble throughout life. This made marriage a serious concern for the parents. Astrology says that before fixing a boy’s and a girl’s marriage, their kundlis should be thoroughly examined so that negative factors can be identified.
 
South Indian astrology follows the principles of Devarshi Narada. This is also known as ‘Stri Dirgha’ or ‘Kanya Door’. In this method the groom’s nakshatra is counted from the nakshatra of the bride. There are 3 circles each formed by 9 nakshatras. According to Indian astrology a couple will have an uncompromising relationship if the groom’s nakshatra is in the first 9 before the wife’s nakshatra.
 
Similarly if the husband’s nakshatra is in the second 9 from the wife’s nakshatra then married life is normal. And if the groom’s nakshatra is situated in the 3rd circle of 9 planets it is considered excellent for the couple. In this condition the duo will have a very loving married life.
 
Marriage is a social responsibility and a human legacy. It nurtures the family tree and social traditions.  In this aspect astrologers say that it is very auspicious if husband’s nakshatra is in the 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18th place from the wife’s nakshatra. This arrangement in the marriage kundli blesses the couple with many children and strengthens their love and relationship.
 
According to the sayings of Devarshi Narada some distance between the nakshatras of male and female is auspicious. If while counting the couple’s nakshatras comes nearer to each other it may not be a favorable sign for their married life as it reduces the positive results. But this verdict is contradictory to the Nridur Dosha.


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