A child born in the first stage of the 'Moola Nakshatra' brings destruction to his father, In the second stage- to his mother,
In the third stage- to wealth and property.
A child born in the fourth stage of the 'Moola-Nakshatra' though remains harmless but it is better if the rituals are performed for the pacification of this Nakshatra because it eliminates the fears and apprehensions that is generally associated with the name 'Mool-Nakshatra'.
If a child is born in any of the following Mool Nakshatras, the pacification becomes mandatory to neutralize the ill effects -
A child born in ‘Moola’ Nakshatra.
A child born in ‘Jyeshtha’ Nakshatra.
A child born in ‘Ashlesha’ Nakshatra.
A child born in ‘Magha’ Nakshatra.
A child born in ‘Revati’ Nakshatra.
A child born in ‘Ashwini’ Nakshatra.
The last two ‘ghati’ of Revati, Ashlesha and Jyeshtha Nakshatras being ‘Nakshatra- gandaant’ period, are also considered inauspicious. They are also known as 'Abhookta-Mool' and their pacification must be performed for the neutralization of their ill-effects.
Apart from these inauspicious constellations, there are also some particular YOGA, which gives inauspicious efects; for example 'Vaidhriti-Yoga' and 'Vyatipaat-Yoga', etc.
PACIFICATION OF VAIDHRITI YOGA :
Worship of Rudra, Surya and Chandrama helps in neutralizing the ill effects of Vaidhriti Yoga.
PACIFICATION OF VYATIPAAT YOGA :
Worship of Surya, Agni and Rudra helps in the neutralizing the ill effects of Vyatipat Yoga.
1) TRIK PRASAV SHANTI : A girl child born after three successive boys; or a boy born after three successive girls is considered inauspicious according to Indian astrology. In such a case, it is necessary to perform this particular ritual to neutralize the ill effects otherwise there is a fear of a harm to the whole family.
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2) BIRTH IN THE SAME CONSTELLATION: If two brothers are born in the same constellation; or if both father and son are born in the same zodiac signs, then it is considered to be very inauspicious.
3) BIRTH ON INAUSPICIOUS DAYS: The 'Tithis' mentioned below are considered inauspicious and their propitiation are a must to neutralize their ill effects.
Krishna-Chaturdashi (fourteen day of the dark lunar month).
Second and third stages of ‘Pushya’ constellation.
First stage of both ‘Ashlesha’ and ‘Magha’.
First stage of of Uttara-ashadha, Uttarabhadra-paksha an Uttara-phalguni.
4) TRIPAD-NAKSHATRA (TRIPOD CONSTELLATION): Kritika, Punarvasu, Uttara-Vishakha, Uttarashadha and Purva-bhadrapad are called ‘tripod-constellation’. Ritual for the pacification of the ill effects of TRIPAD-NAKSHATRA is a must otherewise there is a fear of great dangers to the child sometimes even death.
5) KAALSARPA YOGA : If,in a horoscope, all the planets are placed between Dragon’s-head (Rahu) and Dragon’s- tail (Ketu), it is considered to be a Kaalsarpa yoga. According to Indian astrology, there are many types of Kaal Sarpa yoga-
If inauspicious planets like Mars and Saturn are placed on the opposite side of ‘Rahu’ and ‘Ketu’, then it is considered to be a partial Kaalsarpa Yoga. In the partial Kaalsarpa Yoga, the effects are not as powerful as Kaalsarpa Yoga.
A man having a Kaalsarpa Yoga in his horoscope faces problems of multitude nature- instability in his life, bereft of progeny, mental disturbance.
6) MANGLIK: A girl is considered to be a Mangalik, if the Mars is placed either in the first, fourth, seventh, eighth or twelfth house of her horoscope.
A girl having a ‘Mangalik dosha’ or ‘Vishakanya Yoga’ present in her horoscope has a threat of becoming a widow. A ‘kumbha-Vivaha’ is a must for such a girl.