Lagna reveals insights about your personality. This is the key home to comprehend the chances of a second marriage as well as the duration of the spouse. This is the ideal home for love, marriage, spouses, and sexual partnerships. If you are looking for success in your career, this is the place where you will find answers. If you want to know how to deal with problems, this is the house that will provide solutions.
Second marriages are common in India, especially among the Indian diaspora. While many Western countries have adopted policies against the practice, it is popular in India because it is believed that if someone wants to succeed in life, they need to take another partner now or later in their life. Second marriages are common among young Indians because of the lack of family planning methods. Without knowing it, a person can get pregnant if they marry again very soon after the first marriage ends. Then, they need to marry again to be able to give the baby a name. This continues until either someone dies or they decide to stop having more married lives.
There are several types of charts available for analyzing a second marriage. The chart needs to be analyzed by a competent astrologer who has experience with such cases. The analysis should include an investigation of the planets located in different parts of the body where certain nerves and muscles are located. These locations are called "houses".
The ascendant, also known as the rising sign, is the sign that rises from the east at the moment of birth. A marriage between same-lunatic persons is not advised by astrologers. The marriage of two people having the same lagna is possible but such marriages are considered fatal. There will be constant fights between them and finally one of them will kill the other.
The marriage of two persons having the same karana is also possible but such marriages are considered fatal. The soul's connection with the body causes physical problems for both husband and wife in these cases. They will die before reaching old age because their souls are still connected to their dead bodies.
The marriage of two persons having the same nakshatras is also possible but such marriages are considered fatal. The person with the higher position in the marriage alliance will have the upper hand during negotiations and will choose his/her spouse. If the positions are equal, then the person who can afford the bride price will get her married. If both cannot afford it, then they will have to serve each other until one of them dies.
The marriage of two persons having the same planets is also possible but such marriages are considered fatal. The people with similar traits, liking and disliking will fight with each other and one of them will go mad with jealousy.
To assess marriage from an astrological standpoint, we must prioritize two signs out of the twelve. Libra and Scorpio are the 7th and 8th houses of the natural zodiac, respectively. Your relations are represented by the second house. The 5th house denotes intimacy, love, passion, proximity, and so forth. Therefore, to determine if your relationship is going to be successful, you should look at what kind of relationships each of you has, how they interact with others, and most important, whether they build trust with one another.
In terms of judging marriage, Scorpios are known for their stubbornness and unwillingness to compromise, while Libranites are famous for their indecisiveness. Both signs want what they want, but only Scorpios will go to extreme measures to get it. Libra is the ruler of your marriage chart. If you're a Libranite, you'll probably enjoy marriage because it gives you a chance to meet new people and experience different things. You can decide what role you want to play in your marriage, whether it's as partners or as parents. As far as judging marriage goes, there's no right or wrong choice; it's all about what works for you and your spouse.
Scorpios are secretive by nature, which may not be desirable in a partner. However, this trait can be used to our advantage when interacting with others, especially when we don't know them well.