Formation of Dwipushkar and Tripushkar Yoga and their Impacts on Our Works

Astrology says that an auspicious Muhurat gives maximum benefit of a work to a native. In Vedic astrology there are some Yogas in which an already finished work has to be repeated by a native. Here we will discuss about these Yogas and their influence on people. A Muhurat or auspicious time for starting any work is arrived at by taking into account the five components which when combined together are favourable for that particular work.These five components are Tithi, Nakshatrashatra, Vaar(day),Yoga and Karana.

These calculations are made in a scientific manner and according to the astrological principles.There are some combinations of the above mentioned five components which turn out to be malefic and are not suitable to carry out such activities. Here we will take up two important Yogas Dwipushkar Yoga and Tripushkar Yoga.

Dwipushkar Yoga

This is a combination of week days, lunar days and Nakshatrashatra in which a completed task has to be done again. Astrologers say that if a native has performed an auspicious event during this Yoga then she will have the opportunity of performing the auspicious event again. Similarly if the work at hand was negative then the native may have to go through the same once again. That’s any inauspicious task should be avoided in this Yoga.

Now let’s see the formation of this Yoga. If the Bhadra Tithi i.e. the 2nd, 7th or 12th lunar day falls on Sundays, Tuesdays or Saturdays and either of the Dwipada Nakshatrashatras like Mrigashira, Chitra or Ghanistha combines with the above stated circumstances then Dwipushkar Yoga is formed

Tripushkar Yoga

Tripushkar Yoga is another type of Yoga in which a completed work has to be performed thrice by a native. Let’s see how Tripushkar Yoga is made and its impact on a person’s life.

The Tripushkar Yoga is formed in Bhadra tithi i.e. the 2nd, 7th or 12th lunar days fall especially on Sundays, Tuesdays or Saturdays, when either of the Tripad Nakshatrashatras like Vishakha,Punarwasu, Kritika, Purva Phalguni, Uttarashada or Purvabhadrapada form a combination with the Tithis mentioned to form the Tripushkar Yoga. Activities done in this Yoga have a tendency to be repeated thrice hence it is advisable to avoid this Yoga when a person has to carry out a difficult task.

Both the above Yogas are regarded as malefic Yogas. A common point in both these is the Bhadra tithis and Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday which are considered bad for the auspicious functions.In Dwipushkar Yoga all the three Dwipad Nakshatrashatras of Mars Viz; Mrigshira, Chitra and Dhanishta are joined with Bhadra Tithis. In Tripushkar Yogas all Tripad Nakshatrashatras of Sun and Jupiter whose three Padas fall in one sign and one Pada in another sign are accompanied by Bhadra Tithis 2, 7, and 12 and the malefic day Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday.

Due to stigma of repetition of the jobs twice or thrice to these Yogas, they are avoided for all types of activities.