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Marriage Yoga – Kundli Analysis
Posted By: birthchart
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2022
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If the lords of the seventh, second and eleventh houses are having a relationship with each other, then the marriage is successful. If the lord of the second, seventh and eleventh house is having a relationship with Sun and Moon, then there will be an arranged marriage, that is, the marriage will take place with the consent of the parents. If the seventh house is related to the fifth house and the fifth house in any way, then the person gets married.
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