Child Born in Krishna Paksha

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Child Born in Krishna Paksha

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Krishna Paksha is the period when the moon is Waning. It is the period from Poornima to Amavasya, i.e, from Full Moon Day to the New Moon Day. During this period the Sun precedes the Moon. Apart from this during Krishna Paksha the Moon rises very late, and so most of its powers cannot be attained while a person is asleep.

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Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha are the two aspects of the Moon’s journey from New Moon to Full Moon and vice-a-versa. The period from the New Moon Day to the Full Moon day, where the Moon is waxing each day is known as Shukla Paksha. On the other hand the period from Full Moon Day to the New Moon Day, where the Moon is wanning each day is known as Krishna Paksha. The Moon being very near to the planet Earth, it has a grave influence on the lives of the people. It is said that the Moon is related to the mind of the person. It bestows motherly affection, love, bring peace of mind and positively in one’s life. Shukla Paksha is thereby considered auspicious as the placement and position of the Moon during that phase is such that once can attain maximum benefits for life.