Pushkar Yoga/ Pushkar Dosha is of two kinds, Dwipushkar yoga means twice, and Tripushkar Yoga means thrice, forms due to the combination of a certain Var, Tithi, and Nakshatra. One should avoid all the inauspicious events or work during Pushkar Yoga or Puskar Dosha.
Pushkar Yoga/ Pushkar Dosha
Pushkar Muhurat is both auspicious and inauspicious
The person will be lucky if he or she starts an auspicious work in Dwipushkar yoga or Tripushkar yoga.
Starting a task during this period or doing an auspicious work during Dwipushkar Yoga or Tripushkar yoga repeats twice or thrice respectively. This means this Yoga increases the auspicious events.
One should not perform any inauspicious work in Dwipushkar Yoga or Tripushkar Yoga to prevent the inauspicious events from repeating twice or thrice.
During this Yoga, either the auspiciousness or the inauspiciousness of work or event will increase. Doing any work during Dwipushkar Yoga or Tripushkar Yoga repeats twice or thrice.
Dwipushkar Yoga, Muhurat
This Yoga means adding elements with a Dwipad Nakshatra. This means having its two Pada (quarters or Charana) in a sign, (the rest two Pada in another sign), creates Dwipushkar Yoga.
In Vedic The study of the influence of celestial bodies on earth and humans, any event or work during this period auspicious or inauspicious repeats twice. People should avoid all inauspicious events during Dwipushkar Yoga (dosha).
One should do Shanti Puja or Daan (donation) if some family member dies during this yoga. The dates of Dwipushkar Yoga are available from Panchanga or the Hindu calendar.
The explanation for Dwipushkar Yoga Muhurat:
Any event or work done auspicious or inauspicious, during this Yoga repeats twice, giving double profit or loss. One should avoid all the inauspicious events during Dwipushkar Yoga.
Dwipushkar yoga or Dosha Muhurat creates due to a certain combination of these three elements, which means a specific weekday, date, and A group of visible stars making a figure and visible at the night sky. Constellations (Nakshatras) are 27 divisions of zodiac, each measuring 13.20'. They are also termed as Lunar mansions (Nakshatra in Indian Vedic astrology) (a specific Var + Tithi + Nakshatra).
Weekdays or Var (three): If work is done or an event takes place on a certain Var (weekday) i.e. Ravivar (Sunday), Mangalvar (Tuesday), or Shanivar (Saturday) coincides with any of a Bhadra Tithi.
Bhadra Tithi (three): These Bhadra Tithi are Dwitiya (2nd), Saptami (7th), or Dwadashi (12th).
Dwipushkar Yoga creates during these three Dwipad Nakshatra, Mrigashira, Chitra, or Dhanishta, (their rest two Padas are in another sign).
Dates for Dwipushkar Yoga In January 2023
January 14, starts at 06:14, and January 23 starts at 03:21.
Tripushkar Yoga Muhurat
Any event or work, auspicious or inauspicious, during Tripushkar Yoga, repeats thrice, giving triple profit or loss. One should avoid all the inauspicious events during Tripushkar Yoga.
Tripushkar Yoga means to add elements with a Tripada Nakshatra, which means having its three Pada (Charan or quarter), together in a sign, (rest one Pada in another sign).
People should do a kind of Shanti Puja or donation after consulting an astrologer if someone in the family dies during such Yoga (dosha). Auspicious work should be done during this period to achieve the best results.
Dates for Tripushkar Yoga In January 2023
Tripushkar Yoga starting time: 06:51 AM to 04:26 PM on Tuesday, January 3, 2023
The explanation for Tripushkar Yoga:
Tripushkar Yoga creates due to a certain combination of a Tripada Nakshatra with the following three elements:
- Var-Specific day
- Tithi-Specific date
- Nakshatra-Specific A group of visible stars making a figure and visible at the night sky. Constellations (Nakshatras) are 27 divisions of zodiac, each measuring 13.20'. They are also termed as Lunar mansions (Nakshatra in Indian Vedic astrology).
Thus Tripushkar Yoga forms due to the following combination:
A work or an event takes place on any of the following Var (day):
Ravivar (Sunday), Mangalvar (Tuesday), or Shanivar (Saturday), coincides with any of the following Bhadra Tithi:
Dwitiya, Saptami, or Dwadashi, in presence of any of these following Tripada Nakshatra (A group of visible stars making a figure and visible at the night sky. Constellations (Nakshatras) are 27 divisions of zodiac, each measuring 13.20'. They are also termed as Lunar mansions (Nakshatra in Indian Vedic astrology)):
Kritika (3th) Punarvasu (7th) Uttara Phalguni (12th) Vishakha (16th) Uttara Shada (21th) Purva Bhadrapada (25th).