Astrology Analysis based on Tithi, Paksha, Day/Night Time Period

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There are a host of factors in Vedic Astrology which define a person’s life and destiny. Some of these are

  • Rashi or the moon sign under which a person is born
  • The individual’s Sun sign
  • At a precise level, the person’s date time and place of a birth have a telling influence on his destiny

Some other important factors in this regard are

  • The Nakshatra under which the individual is born
  • Whether a person is born under Shukla Paksha or the Krishna Paksha
  • Ruling planet of the individual in accordance with the Dasas.
  • Tithi, as per the moon sign under when the individual is born.
  • Whether the person is born during the daytime or night time.

An individual’s Karmas nevertheless play a very significant role in defining his future and destiny.

The article mainly focuses on the effects of tithis and pakshas on the individual’s destiny.

You might have observed that some people come across success and positive results simply by putting in their best efforts. It’s almost automatic, and they find it easier to achieve what they desire. Whichever be the field wherein they have interest, success comes their way.

On the other hand, some people are required to strive much harder for achieving success in comparison.

There are some important factors which play a part in defining how much success an individual attains in his life. Let’s consider two of the most significant factors in this regard.

  1. Time:

Timing of one’s actions has been considered of utmost importance with regards to the outcome. And that has been the belief in Vedic astrology since millennia.

In Vedic Astrology, it is believed that an action initiated during a time window which is auspicious is sure to yield positive outcomes. In the same way, if an action is initiated during an astrological time frame which is negative, it is not likely to succeed.

Correspondingly, deriving Muhuratas is a common practice in Vedic Astrology, wherein one figures out the most positive time for initiating auspicious work.

  1. Karmas

Karma too influences the outcome of one’s actions. If one has a positive heritage of Karmas with himself, he would intuitive take the right actions at the right time as defined by the cosmos.

The time phase when a person is born also lays a great deal influence in this regard.

So the tithis, or the moon day when an individual is born comes into the picture.

TITHIS: AN INTRODUCTION

Tithis are basically the dates of a lunar month, with regards to the position of the moon with respect to the sun and the earth.

Moon wanes (decreases in size as visible from the earth, owing to the shadow of the earth) for 15 days. In the same way, the moon waxes (increases in size) for 15 days.

So the tithis are subdivided as 15 for the waxing period (also known as the Shukla Paksha), and 15 for the waning period, (also known as the Krishna Paksha).

Moon lays a strong influence on our moods and emotions, and also perceptions. Correspondingly during the waxing phase of the moon, which is also known as the Shukla Paksha, our minds are upbeat and brighter.

So Shukla Paksha is the ideal time to startup new projects.

However during the Krishna Paksha or the waning cycle of the moon, one is likely to be more introverted and deeply involved with self analysis and contemplation. So this is a better time to take stock of the proceedings, and do away with the patterns which do not work in our favor.

Let us now check out the characteristics of people born in Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha.

BORN IN THE SHUKLA PAKSHA

People born in the Shukla Paksha have an attractive and a charming personality. They are knowledgeable, experts in all fields, scholars and wealthy. Such people are responsible, and they are workaholics as well.

PEOPLE BORN IN KRISHNA PAKSHA

 The people born in the Waning side of moon are of dark or dark-whitish complexion. They will be with pure qualities, scholars and lovable in the surroundings of opposite sex. They are very courageous and rule over the evil-quality people.

TITHIS AND THEIR DEITIES

Let us now know more about significance of tithis in our life. Being born on a particular tithi has a great deal of influence on a person’s life. In the same way, we can select each of the tithis for an auspicious activity, so as to ensure success in all that we do.

Pratipada:

BORN AT A PRATIPADA:

The people born on this day will be staying with sinners, poor, displeasurable to the family and addicted.

1ST WAXING OR THE SHUKLA PRATIPADA

This is ruled by Lord Kuber, who is the God of wealth and Lord Brahma, who is the creator of all things. This makes it a fine date for planning and development strategies for projects.

1ST WANING OR THE KRISHNA PRATIPADA

This is ruled by Goddess Durga, and the date is ideal to plan for projects and medicinal projects as well.


Dwitiya:

BORN AT A DWITIYA:

Ones born at dwitiya are interested in other female, away from truth and purity, thief, heartless and fickle-minded.

2ND WAXING OR SHUKLA DWITIYA

This is ruled by Lord Vivadeva. And the date is auspicious for marriages, and also related activities, such as buying a wedding ring or installation of deities.

2ND WANING OR KRISHNA DWITIYA

Krishna Dwitiya is ruled by Vayu, who is the wind God and also the God of construction of buildings.


Tritiya:

BORN AT A TRITIYA:

The third day of any fortnight of an Indian month makes a native born on that day, like worrying, highly discomfortable, penniless, jealous and restless.

3RD WAXING OR SHUKLA TRITIYA

Shukla Tritiya is ruled by lord Shiva and Gowri, who is his consort. So for activities such as house warming, building a house and even artistic endeavors, Shukla Tritiya is an auspicious date.

3RD WANING OR KRISHNA TRITIYA

Krishna Tritiya is ruled by Lord Agni, and is good for artistic activities.


Chaturthi:

BORN AT A CHATURTHI:

Highly pleasure-lover, charitable, fond of friends, scholar, blessed with prosperity and offspring and intelligent.

4TH WAXING OR SHUKLA CHATURTHI

Shukla Chaturthi is ruled by Lord Ganesha and the date is effective for strategic planning against competitors.

4TH WANING OR KRISHNA CHATURTHI

This is ruled by Lord Ganesha and is the best way for removing obstacles.


Panchami:

BORN AT A PANCHAMI:

Practical, very good grasping power for good qualities. Loving to own selves and parents, but having hard-feeling towards spouse, charitable and pleasure-lover.

5TH WAXING OR SHUKLA PANCHMI

Shukla Panchmi is ruled by lalitha Tripura Sundari and is auspicious for all activities.

5TH WANING OR KRISHNA PANCHMI

Krishna Panchmi is ruled by Nagas, the serpent deities. For spiritual practices, this is the best day.


Shashthi:

BORN AT A SHASHTI:

Do national and inter-national touring, quarrelsome, laborer lives on daily wages, little selfish as only think about own self.

6TH WAXING OR SHUKLA SHASTI

Shukla Shasti is ruled by Murugaswamy. The date is auspicious for going for real estate and jewelry.

6TH WANING OR KRISHNA SHASTI

Ruled by Mars, the day is ideal for taking medication and real estate transactions.


Saptami:

BORN AT A SAPTAMI:

Satisfactory, charming, lucky, blessed with male child and prosperous.

7TH WAXING OR SHUKLA SAPTAMI

Surya or the Lord Sun is the ruler of Shukla Saptami. The date is auspicious for weddings.

7TH WANING OR KRISHNA SAPTAMI

This is ruled by sages and Lord Indra, and is the best day for planning to overcome obstacles.


Ashtami:

BORN AT A ASHTAMI:

Saintly, truth-lover, charitable, pleasure-lover, merciful, noble, expert of many fields and animal-lover.

8TH WAXING OR SHUKLA ASHTAMI

The date is ruled by Goddess Durga, and is ideal for worship of ancestors.

8TH WANING OR KRISHNA ASHTAMI

Kala Bhairava, the Lord of time and a form of lord Shiva is the ruler of Krishna Ashtami.


Navami:

BORN AT A NAVAMI:

Worshiper of gods, blessed with male child, interested in money and females and addicted to literature.

9TH WAXING OR SHUKLA NAVMI

Shukla Navmi is ruled by Goddess Saraswati. For any activities against enemies or rivals, Shukla Navmi is auspicious.

9TH WANING OR KRISHNA NAVMI

The date is ruled by Yama and Durga, and the best activity during this phase is strategic planning of future projects.


Dashami:

BORN AT A PRATIPADA:

Known to pious and impious deeds, worshiper to gods, auratic and ever happy as do religious sacrificial offerings.

10TH WAXING OR SHUKLA DASHMI

Shukla Dashmi is ruled by Veerabhadra, who is a general of Lord Shiva’s army and the God of Dharma. This makes the date auspicious for all events, including ceremonies and inauguration of buildings.

10TH WANING OR KRISHNA DASHMI

Krishna Dashmi is ruled by Lord Jupiter, who is also the Lord of Dharma. For all ceremonies, events and also meeting with dignitaries, the date is auspicious.


Ekadashi:

BORN AT A PRATIPADA:

Satisfactory, lives very royal and kingly life, pure, wealthy, blessed with child and intelligent.

11TH WAXING OR SHUKLA EKADASHI

Ruled by Lord Vishnu, the date is ideal for wedding ceremonies and fasting as well

11TH WANING OR KRISHNA EKADASHI

This is an ideal day for buying gold and jewelry, and fasting for Lord Vishnu.


Dwadashi:

BORN AT A DWADASHI:

Disappointed with own-self, go-around the world, restless, clever and having weak limbs.

12TH WAXING OR SHUKLA DWADASHI

This too is ruled by Lord Vishnu, and the date is idealplanning and development of strategies, donating money and fasting as well.

12TH WANING OR KRISHNA DWADASHI

This ruled by Venus, and is ideal for donating food and money.


Trayodashi:

BORN AT A TRAYODASHI:

Great attainments of supernatural powers, great priest, deliver the speech on literature, having control on desires and benevolent.

13TH WAXING OR SHUKLA TRYADASHI

Ruled by Shiva and Kamadeva, the date is ideal for karma removing rituals and writing new books.

13TH WANING OR KRISHNA TRIODASHI

This is ruled by Nandi, Lord Shiva’s bull. So for Karma removal rituals, yoga and meditation, the day is ideal.


Chaturdashi:

BORN AT A CHATURDASHI:

Rich, saintly, brave, having faith in honorable people, be in touch with high status personalities and successful.

14TH WAXING OR SHUKLA CHATURDASHI

The date is ruled by Rudra, which is a form of Lord Shiva which is fierce and ancient.

14TH WANING OR KRISHNA CHATURDASHI

The date is ruled by Rudra, and is ideal for spiritual practice and worship of Lord Shiva.

 


Full Moon and No Moon

BORN AT A FULL MOON (POORNIMA):

Prosperous, intelligent, highly graceful, enthusiastic, open-handed and attracted to other females.

BORN AT A NO MOON (AMAVASYA):

Lazy, jealous, cunning, stupid, adventurous, knowledgeable but assistant to unkind person.

15TH WAXING OR POORNIMA

The date is auspicious for worship of Goddesses Laxmi, Saraswati and Parvati, and is a fine day for ceremonies and spiritual practices.

15TH WANING OR AMAVASYA

It is the darkest phase or the no moon day. The date is ruled by kali, and is good for meditation and feeding people or animals.


The Day/Night

Here in this topic we’ll see the characteristics of the natives born in the Day time (Sunrise to Sunset) or in the Night time (Sunset to Sunrise).

Day time: The natives born in the Day time or the time in between Sunrise to Sunset will be pleasure-lover, attractive, blessed with male children, and intelligent. They generally found performing good deeds and will be having all the materialistic things they love. They wear sober and qualitative garments.

Night time: The people born in the Night time or the time in between Sunset to Sunrise will be secretive, cunning, unhealthy, sensual, and rare-speaker or weak- speaker. They have many impure qualities and will be dirty.

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