In any daytime there are certain periods, which have special meaning.
Rishi Vasishtha: "Yama Ghantaka should always be avoided in any Muhurta for auspicious (Shubha) activity". It is considered that any activity (especially travelling) started during the period of Yama Ghantaka pushes the one towards to death.
Abhijit Muhurta is one of the most auspicious and powerful criteria for initiating all types of works.
Brahma Muhurta is optimal for waking up as well as any activity connected to spiritual practices (such as Hatha Yoga, Dhyana (meditation), etc), creating, planning, projections etc.
According to Jyotish knowledge Gulika Kalam is a very negative (Ashubha) period of time every day that should be shunned for all auspicious and beneficial activities.
According to Jyotish knowledge Rahu Kaalam is a very negative (Ashubha) period of time every day that should be shunned for all auspicious and beneficial activities.
With help of our unique Favorability Chart You can evaluate favorability of any moment in time with help of numerous parameters of vedic astrology.
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One of the most popular synastric systems in Jyotish is Kuta system. It represents the «system of
criteria for compatibility of partners», which was first described in ancient Jyotish classical text "Prashna Marga". There are plenty variations of this system, in some states of India it's called «Purottama», sometimes also the term "Ānukūlya" is used (sanskrit word for «auspicious matrimony»). But the most classical variation of this system is so-called Ashtakuta - compatibility of man and woman, based on 8 (Ashta) criteria (Kuta), which, probably, is the most popular among vedic astrologers.
Ashtakuta's list of criteria contains Nādī-, Rāshi-, Gana-, Grahamaitri, Yoni-, Dina-, Vashya- and Varna Kutas (detailed description of each Kuta You will get after generation of Ashtakuta with help of functionality that You will find above). These Kutas are obligatory when the compatibility of any man and woman partnership is analyzed, because they give an overall compatibility level in relationship in points. There are also other Kutas considered obligatory (for example,
Mahendra, Stree-Dirgha, Rajju, Vedha etc), but usually they are not used for calculating overall compatibility rate from Ashtakuta's 8 criteria, but are definitely necessary for getting final conclusion in compatibility analysis. For even more detailed synastric analysis in addition to criteria mentioned above lots of other more specific parameters exist, for example:
Here in opened access we give calculation of all 8 basic criteria of Ashtakuta. More detailed analysis of partnership compatibility will be provided in Personal Account.