Myths of Mangalik Dosha – You Must Read It, If You Are Mangalik

August 30, 2018

You might have heard Manglik term many times in your life. In Hindu religion, mangalik people are treated as different society so much so that matrimonials have created a special section for those seeking Manglik brides and grooms. It has the capability of giving sleepless nights and restless days to the parents of those with manglik dosha in their horoscope. It brings along a painful pursuit of astrologers leading to a vicious circle of rituals and rundown of faith.

Manglik or Kuja dosha is considered as one of the most dreaded doshas in the horoscope and is one of the major deciding factors in Hindu marriages.

A person with Manglik dosha is simply one who has a strong presence of the planet Mars in their birth chart. Mangal dosha or Kuja dosha or Chovva dosham is the combination in the birth chart or horoscope where Mars or Mangal occupies the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th, or 12th house.

A manglik marrying a non-manglik is considered disastrous which can even lead to death of one’s partner. This is one of the main reasons why many mangliks marry late – it takes them too long to find their perfect match. The theory of Mangal dosha is cloaked in half truths and blind faith. We need to decipher the truth from myths and evil customs.

Following are some myths that usually are believed as truth in Hindu religion.

  • Born on Tuesday? You are definitely a Manglik! Many people misinterpret that if you were born on a Mangalvaar (Tuesday), you are a Manglik. However, this is not true.
  • Marry a tree and then your spouse. The concept behind this act is that all the alleged problems related to being a Manglik are attached to the first marriage only.
  • You can be a double, triple or quadrant Manglik. There are no such terms in Vedic astrology.

 

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