Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha are based on moon cycles. The fifteen day phase when the moon is waxed is known as Shukla Paksha while the fifteen day phase when the moon is waning is known as Krishna Paksha. Each paksha is made up of fifteen (or dates), with Shukla Paksha culminating with Purnima or a full moon while Krishna Paksha culminating in Amaphasia, which is the Night of the New Moon when the moon is invisible. According to Vedic astrology, it is believed that the phases of the moon, along with the tithi at the birth of a person, are of great significance.
A very interesting fact about people born during the reign of Shukla and Krishna Paksha is that the characteristics of people born on the same clan either for the wax cycle or regression to the moon are believed to be similar. The exception to this rule is when an individual is born with Purnima or Amaphaasia.
Our life is very similar to a recipe that requires many ingredients to get the perfect result. In contrast, we cannot analyze our fate or the events that happen in our life only on the basis of our birth in Shukla Paksha or Krishna Paksha. Some of the other factors that affect our destiny are whether we were born during the day or night, or if we were born on a certain decimal such as Pratipada, which is the first day of the lunar month or Dwitiya, the second day of the moon. Month.
However, people born in Shukla Paksha have certain distinct traits – they have a charming personality and are known to have a cheerful personality. If the individual was born into Shukla Paksha, he would have in his essence an extreme desire to learn, with a passion for new technologies. An understanding of matters related to education and entrepreneurship comes naturally to those born in the era of Shukla Paksha. These individuals are hardworking and responsible.
Let us now study in detail how your birth in Shukla Paksha or Krishna Paksha affects your life and destiny. We can then go into more detail about how Janam Tetteh or a person’s birthdate according to the moon sign influences one’s fate.
If we take Western astrology into account, we realize that one’s personality and success in life are both judged depending on Sun’s position in your sign.
The sun stays at one mark for 30 days. The readings are general for all grandchildren who were born during that time period.
However, when we take Indian astrology into consideration, we see that the primary importance is given to the moon. The moon stays at one mark (30 degrees) for only two days and a quarter of a day. It takes about 28 days for the moon to complete one full round of the zodiac.
Thus we can easily conclude that when we reach an individual based on their moon sign, the readings are not only more realistic but also reliable.
Let us understand the concepts of Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha in more detail.
Shukla Paksha and Krishna Baksha
Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha can be viewed as the phases of the lunar month. While Shukla Paksha is the bright half, Krishna Paksha is the dark half.
Each paksha consists of 15 ten.
What is TITHI?
The nest may be thought of as one date in a lunar month.
So tithi is how long the moon has traveled 12 degrees away from the sun.
Let’s consider an example.
In the tithi of Amavasya, or at night without a moon, the sun and moon are at the same longitude with respect to Earth.
When the moon moves 12 degrees forward over the next 24 hours, this is the first decimal, or chocolate pratipada.
Likewise, when the moon reaches 24 degrees, it is the end of Shukla Dwitiya, or Tethi II.
So tithi may be seen as an indicator of a change in the position of the moon, in relation to the sun.
Ancient Knowledge of TITHIS and PAKSHA
Astrology is a deeply rooted science and art form dating back 5,000 years.
Moness’s feathers and astrologers in the ancient times of India had great visions. Their vision of divya drishti or the divine facilitating insight ensured that they not only see the position of the moon in a sign, but also understand and recognize the defining features of people who are born in every tithi.
This led them to conclude that an individual’s lifestyle is dependent on the phases of the moon.
Another very important conclusion that can be drawn is that people born on the same tithe either in Krishna Paksha or Shukla Paksha have common characteristics.
The exception to the rule is when an individual is born either in Purnima or Amaphasia.
Now if a person was born during the Shukla Paksha period, we can expect them to have some very distinctive traits.
A person born in Shukla Paksha possesses the power to develop his potential to the fullest. Such a person will have the ability to take on the challenges that block his path and move forward in life through his own efforts.
Mansagri was an ancient Indian astrologer of great fame, and according to him the person born in Shukla Paksha is as elegant as a full moon. He is wealthy, diligent and well-read in Shastra. Such a person would be efficient and educated.
But on the contrary, a person born in Krishna Paksha is defined as ruthless and ruthless in speech, a woman who hates, not intelligent, someone who needs the help of others to make a living and someone who has a large family.
It is considered in Vedic Astrology that when we take Shukla Paksha into account, Tethi has a profound influence on how an individual is able to advance in life.
An individual was born in the Krishna Paksha Territory:
But for a person born under Krishna Paksha, it has often been observed that such a person may have difficulty adapting to the living environment, its needs and requirements.
Now this too is largely subject to other factors in the environment, but it might be possible for such an individual to find it difficult to succeed in life.
It has sometimes been observed that an individual born in Krishna Paksha, even though he comes from a wealthy family, ends up in poverty. They may sometimes lose their power or power. But if there is some really strong yoga in Janam Kundali or birth chart, then it is very likely that such a person will achieve high levels of success in life.
This really means that birth in Krishna Paksha or Shukla Paksha is by no means a comprehensive analysis of one’s fate. For a comprehensive analysis of a person’s life, career and fate, a detailed analysis of a natal chart is extremely necessary.
Let us now understand how giving birth in Shukla Paksha affects one’s life and destiny.
An individual was born in Shukla Paksha
When a person is born into Shukla Paksha, and if he is from a poor family, through his own efforts he rises to the point of name, fame and fame.
Progress will extend throughout his life.
At the time of his death, such an individual was in a higher position compared to any earlier in his life.
A person born midway between Shukla Pratipada and Purnima
In particular, if a person was born in a decimal located somewhere near halfway between Shukla Pratepada and Purnima, they would peak in middle age, which would follow a period of decline.
The deterioration may continue until the end of his life.
An individual was born in Purnima or a few days before that
Such a person would likely come from a well-off and privileged family. It may be possible for such a person to start his life in a promising and abundant way. But he may experience a decline in his life, and it may disappear with time in an immaterial life.
This is the conversation with an individual born in Krishna Paksha, immediately after poverty (full moon)
If a person was born in Krishna Paksha and immediately after Purnima, he will have to endure a gradual deterioration in his life, and the same will continue throughout a long stage of his life.
Born halfway between the poor and the amapasia
For someone born midway between poornima (full moon) and amavasya (without moon), decay stops somewhere halfway in his life. And from that time on, a person will experience a steady rise in his life.
The individual was born before amaphasia (without the moon)
A person born before amaphasia is likely to have had an easy disposition in their earlier years. But when he approaches his youth, life will suddenly turn for the better.
The instruments of one’s previous spirits are practiced whether they are born in Shukla Paksha or Krishna Paksha
One may sometimes ask what determines whether an individual was born into Shukla Paksha or Krishna Paksha.
According to Vedic astrology, Prarabdha, or the verbs of one’s past life is the determining factor in determining whether a person was born in Krishna Paksha or Shukla Paksha. Obviously, doing the same is out of one’s control. It is only defined by the location of the moon at the time of one’s birth!
However, as mentioned earlier, an individual’s fate is not only determined by the Paksha he is born into, but some other factors, which include.
-Position of the planets in Janma Kundali or Birth Chaart
– Karmas in his life
It also affects his fate to a large extent.
It is recognized by those familiar with Vedic Astrology, however, that when a person is born into Krishna Paksha, the useful Das comes later in life.
Source by Harshad Jethra