How to predict a girl will marry young husband

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How to predict a girl will marry young husband

Post by sunitha.b » 25 Jul 2012

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Post by revribhav » 27 Jul 2012

It is the other way round
One who has an older wife may have saturn as 7th lord or karaka

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Post by P. Dutta » 30 Jul 2012

Cancer or Leo ascendant charts will always have Saturn as 7th lord. Does that mean all guys with Cancer or Leo ascendants marry an older wife??!!.....You made me laugh revribhav ji!! :lol: :P

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Post by Shrikanth » 30 Jul 2012

Dear All,

Whatever the combinations provided, this debate will be easily crushed on the context that majority of Men (even in Western world in current times) marry an younger spouse (wife). How do we delineate normalcy to exception conditions.

The planets in the 7th house in Rasi indicate the kind of spouse we are looking for or mentally seeking.
The planets in the 7th in Navamsa indicate the kind of spouse we'll actually get. In Navamsa you can either use the 7th from lagna or from Atmakaraka (Karakamsa).

Mostly when planets like Merc or Venus are placed in the 7th from AK, in a female charts - there is a strong chance of marrying a younger person.
Planets like Moon in the 7th from AK; in a male chart can indicate wife who is elder.

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Post by dimple » 31 Jul 2012

Hello sir what about planet when rahu or ketu or jupiter or sun or sat individual planet placed 7th from AK,, THANK U VERY MUCH

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Post by Dev » 31 Jul 2012

I think sat in 7th indicated a spouse much elder to you and when your spouse has sat in 7th, he will marry a much elder person and so he becomes younger :D .

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Post by revribhav » 02 Aug 2012

Ideally seventh house may best be left vacant,younger or older is immaterial,any planet in 7th house has negative consequences.

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Post by Dev » 02 Aug 2012

But there are many with no planets in 7th and 8th and still unmarried. may be it is due to other afflictions to Jupiter, venus, 7th, 2nd and 8th lords, etc.

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Post by revribhav » 02 Aug 2012

Remaining unmarried is ,usually, better than a bad marriage.A planet in 7th house,unless other benefic indications are there, affects ideal harmony with one's spouse .

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Post by sunitha.b » 02 Aug 2012

Now a days if we go to any one astrologer with any horoscope also they will tell lots of dosha's for marriage. I think all have their own problems no one cant escape from that.

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Post by Dev » 02 Aug 2012

You mean marriage itself is a dosha :D ?
Not until Rama marries Sita but only when Ravana wants someone like Sita and Surpanakha wants someone like Rama. When each one know their limitation and equate it to the limitation of the spouse, then if they are more or less equal, then they should decide it is fine.

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Post by P. Dutta » 03 Aug 2012

[quote="revribhav"]Remaining unmarried is ,usually, better than a bad marriage.A planet in 7th house,unless other benefic indications are there, affects ideal harmony with one's spouse .[/quote]
Is this considered for Rashi chart or Navamsha chart or both?

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Post by revribhav » 03 Aug 2012

Navamsa chart is one of the divisional charts,rasi chart ,and .to some extent,moon may be taken into consideration.

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Post by Dev » 03 Aug 2012

Remaining unmarried is ,usually, better than a bad marriage.A planet in 7th house,unless other benefic indications are there, affects ideal harmony with one's spouse .[/quote]
Is this considered for Rashi chart or Navamsha chart or both?


Perfectly said.
In fact I know of a girl who has kumbha lagna and rasi and jupiter who is lord of 2nd and 11th in 7th aspecting lagna and chandra. I thought that is a good combination and will make her satvik and good natured. But on the contrary, she was a terrible person, who fought with her husband and went for divorce.
So other combinations matter and not just jupiter, and even jupiter as 2nd lord in 7th is not sufficient, The problem could be due to sat and rahu in the 2nd and mars and sun together in the 4th or 5th(dont remember). All other positions are ok.
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