Know when and how Ravi Yoga and Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga are formed?
It is a part of the tradition in Hindu families to observe the auspicious time before doing any auspicious work. No work is done without observing the Muhurta and Panchang Shuddhi. Ravi Yoga and Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga are often discussed in these auspicious yogas. Let us know what are these Ravi Yoga and Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga and how are they formed.
According to the astrological definition, Ravi Yoga is formed if the current Moon constellation is fourth, sixth, ninth, tenth, thirteenth and twentieth from the constellation the Sun is on. For example, if the Sun is on Ashwini Nakshatra, then the fourth Rohini, the sixth Adra, the ninth Ashlesha, the 10th Magha, the 13th Hasta and the 20th Purvashada constellation, then Ravi Yoga occurs on that day. Ravi Yoga is believed to destroy all the doshas. The work done in it pays off quickly. But if Sunday comes with the above Nakshatras, then 9 Vajras are formed by the combination of Sunday-Ashlesha, 10 Mudgar Yoga is formed by the combination of Sunday-Magha, in which no work should be done.
Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga on Sunday – Hasta, Mool, all three Uttara – Uttara Phalguni, Uttarashada, Uttarabhadrapada, Pushya and Ashwini These 7 Nakshatras should be on Monday – Shravan, Rohini, Mrigashira, Pushya and Anuradha These 5 constellations should be on Tuesday – Ashwini, Uttarabhadrapada, Kritika And Ashlesha these 4 constellations should be on Wednesday – Rohini, Anuradha, Hasta, Kritika, Punarvasu, Mrigashira These 6 constellations should be on Thursday – Revathi, Anuradha, Ashwini, Punarvasu, Pushya These 5 constellations should be on Friday – Revathi, Anuradha, Ashwini, Punarvasu If these 5 constellations are there on Saturday – Shravan, Rohini, Swati if these three constellations are there, then Sarvarthasiddhi Yoga is formed. The work done in this is successful.