“A person born under the influence of Mars (‘Mangala’) as per Hindu astrology has the ‘Mangal Dosh’ (Mars defect). In addition, the native is a Manglik” in the Hindu terms.
Furthermore, according to the belief, the marriage between a ‘Manglik’ and a non-Manglik is disastrous and can lead to the early death of the native’s partner.
In the Hindu Mythology, the planet Mars is hostile and inauspicious when it’s in 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th or 12th houses of a horoscope (‘kundali’). Also, people believe that when Mars is in these houses at the time of birth, the person has ‘Mangal Dosha’.
Though the effects of Mars is different in different houses of a ‘kundali’ on the native’s personal life. In point of facts of Hindu Astrology, it is that placement of Mars in these houses along with other inauspicious planets is killer for married life.
Also, Mars as an ascendant is a signifier of a native’s health and personality. A native lacks politeness and is aggressive. He might also have a rigid and vindictive nature under its influence. The presence of Mars in the 7th house effects marriage in the worst possible way.
‘Mangal Dosh’ is one of the biggest fears in India. The negative impact of Mars typically falls in marriage and post-marriage life.
It is also a matter of concern as an afflicted person might even remain unmarried throughout his/her life. Therefore, people perform various remedies recommended by astrologers to nullify the effect of Mars.
Though this is not something you can ignore, at the same time you should know that a lot of people are born with ‘Mangal Dosh’ in their ‘Kundali’. There are various remedies to reduce the negative effect of Mars or Mangal.
Mars in the 4th house provides stable wealth to the natives but gives a challenging life. The person with Mars in the 4th house may have to endure a disturbed married life. The fights and an unhealthy relationship with the partner may also lead to divorce and separation but Mars in this house does not risk the life of the life partner.
Mars is the planet for marriage. And the nature of Mars is fierce. So, the wrong position of Mars outside its own place brings a negative effect on the person’s life.
Every afflicted house has a different effect on a native’s life. Here are some general effects of an afflicted house that people face.
1st house signifies the character of a person and if Mars is placed in the 1st house, the person tends to be aggressive and short-tempered. Also, it will aspect 4th, 7th, and 8th houses.
Placement of Mars in the 4th house is considered dreadful as it will affect 7th, 10th and 11th house along with the 4th house.
If Mars is placed in the 7th house then it will affect 1st, 2nd and 10th house along with the 7th house, which symbolizes marital life or the native’s relationship with their partner. Placement of Mars in this house will give hardships in the daily life of the native. He/She might experience lack of peace and prosperity.
If Mars is placed in the 8th house, it will affect 2nd, 3rd, and 11th house. The placement of Mars in the 8th house means that the natives will have to face pullbacks from their goals. These people will suffer from failures and will hurt others.
If Mars is placed in the 12th house, it will affect 3rd, 6th, and 7th House. This will highlight the fact that the person may go overboard with expenses. Also, the presence of Mars in the 12th house lacks care and sympathy between the couple and native’s family might have to face economic problems.
The Mangal Dosha can be troublesome but performing a task to neutralize it without being thorough with its effects can be even more dangerous.
‘Kundali’ matching and identifying any sort of ‘Mangal Dosha’ is a task that should be done by experts only.
A careful analysis of the horoscopes of both the boy and the girl is important.
these are some general guidelines which are proved beneficial in many cases. However, you are advised to consult an astrologer before performing any of the above-mentioned tasks. We (Astrotalk) won’t be responsible for any mishappening by performing the tasks.
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