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Importance of Muhurat in property Distribution


It is told that the reason behind every war is money or wealth. Almost every person wants the maximum amount of wealth for themselves and that’s why while distributing wealth each and every partner makes the best effort to gather as much wealth they can. Often in this situation, conflicts and combats occur between people and things may even reach the court.

Astrology says that inauspicious muhurats gives rise to such incidents. It suggests that a person must judge a muhurat before distributing his wealth. Division of wealth occurs peacefully and without any conflicts between the concerned people if muhurat is judged for the purpose.

Consideration of nakshatra
Nakshatra is an important factor in muhurat. If the day of distributing wealth has auspicious nakshatra like Hasta, Ashwini, Pushya, Uttrafalguni, Uttrasadha, Uttravadrapad, Rohini, Swati, Punarvashu, Sravan, Ghanistha, Satvisha, Mrigshira, Chitra, or Revati then it is considered an excellent muhurat for distributing wealth.

Consideration of tithi
Tithi is also very crucial in judging a muhurat. An auspicious tithi can enhance your task whereas inauspicious one can create obstacles in attaining that. In case of wealth distribution it should be ensured that the tithi is either any one of the auspicious tithi of the second, third, fifth, seventh, tenth, eleventh, thirteenth or full moon day of a lunar day. These tithi are suitable for wealth distribution.

Consideration of a week day
Astrology says that a week day is also a vital factor for determining a muhurat for wealth division. If auspicious days like Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays combine with the above stated nakshatra and tithi, distribution of wealth should be carried out on that day as it will be a superb muhurat.

One important thing which should be taken in to consideration is position of the Ascendant in the muhurat of that day.  A person should not divide wealth if a day which misses the above stated favorable circumstances.

 

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