There are various special yogas constituted by permutations and combinations, the Vara, Nakshatra and Tithi. Yagnavalkya gives the rules for selecting a Muhurtha with maximum possible potentialities.
A guide to selecting highly potent Muhurthas
There are various special yogas constituted by
permutations and combinations, the Vara, Nakshatra
and Tithi. This can generate too many groupings, good and
bad. We have the
Tithi-Vara Yogas are the combination
of those with Tithi and weekdays.
with the combination of weekdays and nakshatras.
Tithi-Vara-Tara Yogas are those with the combinations
of all the three.
There are divergent views in the constitution of some of
the Tithi-Vara Yogas according to different authorities. We
shall confine only to those, mostly accepted. Madhaveeya
lists the following as Adhamayogas that are inauspicious
caused by the combinations of Tithi and Vara.
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April 2016 issue
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