Nadi method of marriage timing


For many of us Marriage is a mystery, it is very hard in Astrology to find the date and type of marriage. There are lots of methods to find the date of marriage in astrology. One we will discuss here and I am not taking credit of this method as I am only a medium to reveal it. This method is mentioned / discussed with illustration in Mr. C.S. Patel’s book ‘Navamsa in Astrology’.

In Atharvaveda, there is a hymn from where this rule is discovered:

 

The hymn is

 

Ye trisaptah pariyanti visvarupani vibhratah|

Vacaspartibala tesam tanvom adha dadhatu mem||

 

(Trisapta: Means three & seven)

 

1 year = 1 cycle= 360 days, if we multiply it by three it gives 360 x 3 = 1080

The value of one Navamsa is 3°20’

If 1080 is divided by 3°20’ (3.33) we get 324.

This 324 is a root value.

 

Method 1

For finding Marriage we have to

Step A: Multiply Lagna longitude by 324, which is root value

Step B: 9 cycles (each of 360 days), which adds up to 360 x 9= 3240 days which is root cycle

Step C: We have to add step a) & step b).

Some points before we go further

  1. The technique though sounds technical and to the day but it does not give us the date of marriage in real practice but kind of brings you closer to the year.
  2. There are so far 3 methods, two of which is presented and unless all the 3 parts are read the flavor of this technique will not be savored.
  3. Here only cycle of 9 is being mentioned; there are 2 more cycles like this.
  4. Even after all the 3 parts are read one will realize that 100 % efficiency is not achieved but of all methods of timing marriage this method comes closer to the truth in few minutes.
  5. Even 1-2 minutes time difference can increase the number of day’s difference by many days.

 

Example 1: CS Patel

The first example we take is of the ‘Bhishma Pita Maha’ of Jyotish Mr. C.S. Patel.

December 31, 1915

19:44:00 hours

72E39 23N02

Ascendant = 3s 8° 53’

Ignore the signs (in this case 3 signs)

Asc = 8° 53’

Let’s convert it to exact decimals by taking it as

60=100

53’=?

53 x 100/60=88.33

Hence 8° 53’= 8.88 as Asc

Thus,

Asc = 8.88 (8° 53’) x 324 (root value) = 2878 days

Add 9 years cycle (root cycle) = 3240 days

6118 days

His DOB is 31-Dec-1915 & Date of marriage is 28-May-1933

(Date of Marriage in days)

(28 May 1933 – 31 Dec 1915) (- means Subtract)

= 17 yrs + 4 months +28 days

= 6120 days + 120 days (30 days months hence 360 day’s year) + 28 days

= 6268 days

He got married in 6268 days whereas as per our previous theory calculation we got 6118 days which is a difference of 150 days i.e. 5 months only.

 

Example – 2

DOB – 25.1.1959, Time – 10:45:28 AM, Place – Ambala (India)

Date of Marriage – 06th July 1986

Ascendant = 11s 20° 44’

= 20.73 (20° 44’) x 324 (root value) = 6717

= 6717 + 3240 (root cycle)

= 9957

Difference = 9881 – 9957 = 76 days

The difference between actual date of marriage and calculated date of marriage as per proposed theory is 76 days only.

 

Example – 3: J.K. Sharma

DOB – 27.02.1965, Time – 20:43 Hours, Place – New Delhi

Date of Marriage – 7th Dec 1981 Time 8:43:40 AM

Ascendant = 5S 17°57’

= 17.95 (17° 57’) x 324 (root value) + 0 (no root cycle taken for obvious reasons) = 5815

Date of Marriage – Date of Birth

(7.12.1981 – 27.02.1965) = 6040

Difference = 6040 – 5815 (calculated date) = 224 days (7.46 months)

He got married in 6040 days whereas as per our previous theory calculation we got 5815 days which is difference of 224 days i.e. 7.46 months only.

Example – 4: Rajeev Gandhi

DOB: August 20, 1944 TOB: 7:16:00 Hours, Place: 72E50 18N58

Date of Marriage – 23.02.1968, Time – 07:16:20 AM

Ascendant = 4S 15° 47’

= 15.78 (15° 47’) x 324 (root value) = 5112 + 3240 (root cycle)

= 8352 (calculated date)

Date of Marriage – Date of Birth = 8466

Difference = 8466 (actual date) – 8375 (calculated date) = 114 days

Example – 5

DOB – 26.3.1951, TOB: 8:19:00 POB: 74E52 32N44

Date of Marriage – 23.02.1968 Time – 8:18:46 AM

Ascendant = 0S 19° 31’1

= 19.51 (19° 31’) x 324 = 6321 + 3240

= 9561 (calculated marriage date)

Difference = 9601 (actual marriage date) – 9561 (calculated marriage date) = 40 days

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