Consideration of Panch pakshi Shastram for Marriage

Before marriage every person has a desire to live a happy married life in future. Everybody wants to live with an understanding spouse and to enjoy their married life. Some people will live their dream and enjoy their marital journey, but some may not enjoy their married life. Conflicts in married life may create distances between the couple and they may live separately from each other because of some reasons.

Reasons may be complaints of wife or husband for their behavior, misunderstandings and so on. According to astrologers, planetary positions, Nakshatras, Tithis etc. will be the reasons of their unhappy married life. Even possibilities of conflicts may occur if marriage is performed without matching horoscopes of the couple.

Therefore, match making of Kundalis is important before marriage for happy future. Under marriage match making system, there are different categories and Koot which give predictions for marriage. South Indian astrologers prefer Beeskoot to match horoscopes of couple for marriage. One of the special Koot of Beeskoot is Pakshi category Koot. Here, we will learn how to match horoscopes according to the Panch Pakshi and how it predicts the results.

The five birds of Panch Pakshi are Vulture, Owl, Crow, Rooster and Peacock. The Nakshatras are categorized under these five birds. Let us consider the division of Nakshatras according to the bird:
  • 1. Vulture: Ashwini, adra, Purvafalguni, Uttaashadha
  • 2. Owl: Bharni, Punarvasu, Uttarafalguni, Anuradha, Shravan
  • 3. Crow: Kritika, Pushya, Hast, Jyeshtha, Ghanishtha
  • 4. Rooster: Rohini, Ashlesha, Chitra, Moola, Shatbhisha
  • 5. peacock: Mrigshira, Magha, Swati, Purvashadha, Purvabhadrapad, Uttarabhadrapad and Revathi
The first four birds have 5 Nakshatras each and the 5th one has seven Nakshatras. If the Nakshatras of the couple are placed under the same bird, then this position will be very auspicious for the couple and they will enjoy affectionate relationship with each other. If the Nakshatras of husband and wife are not present under the same bird, then this position of Nakshatras may be inauspicious. Conflicts may occur in their married life in this position of Nakshatras.

There is one more method to place Nakshatras in the Panch Pakshi method in South India, but the above mentioned method is more popular.



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