There is a Bhakoot Guna table which is used by all astrologers to match the kundalis of the couple in question. According to the table, if the bride and groom have the position of 2/12, 5/9 or 6/8 from each other, they get 0 points out of 7 which is the minimum, and this forms the Bhakoot dosh. Have a combination like 1/1, 1/7, 3/11 or 4/10, their score is 7 out of 7. The Numbers 2, 12, 5, 9, etc depict the position of zodiac signs in the Gunatable. For instance, 2 stands for Taurus and 12 stands for Pisces in the combination of 2/12.
Bhakoot,carrying a weighting of sevengunas is the second most important guna, the first being the Nadi Guna. Thirty-six guns are taken into consideration when locating a suitable match for marriage. Bhakoot is for checking the compatibility of the pair, to ensure that the marriage is filled with prosperity and good health, and there is good bonding.
A popular misconception persists that entering into matrimony with a person who has a dosh, such as Manglik, Nadi or Bhakoot, in their kundali would result in severely unprofitable consequences. However in reality, many provisions in Vedic astrology can cancel the negative effects of a dosh, making it perfectly okay to marry such a person.
If the Bhakoot Dosha is left resolved, it can be the cause of many ill effects in the lives of the bride and groom. A severe illness or random accidents affecting either partner is a strong possibility. The chances of physical incompatibility between the pair are very high, leading to an unfulfilled married life. Conceiving a child will remain a challenge even after a long while of being married. Off-spring, if any, will remain very sick.
There are different types of Bhakoot Dosh which lead to deficiency and unhappiness in one or more aspects of life. You may face a myriad of money-related problems leading to restlessness and mental tension. This frame of mind will spill over to the atmosphere of your home, loading it with agitation.This is known to progress towards a separation, finally leading to divorce.
The malefic effect of Bhakoot dosh depends on many factors, such as the zodiac and horoscope of the two parties. The Dosha can be canceled out based on various factors. For example, if the ruling planet of the zodiac is the same for both, the bride and the groom, the dosh will stand canceled. For other combinations, the effect of the dosh can be reduced, if not entirely removed, from the lives of the bride and groom.
It is believed that when Bhakoot dosha is present, a separation is unavoidable. This is bound to happen, no matter what. It could start off with small differences between the couple which would deteriorate rapidly. The couple will mutually agree to separation or simply head for a divorce. One wife may even die.
There are many aspects to be conscious of while looking for the right remedy to remove Bhakoot dosh from your life. Absolutely do not try to implement a remedy on your own because handling Bhakoot dosh is a very delicate matter with far-reaching ramifications. Consulting a knowledgeable astrologer.
Performing pujas is the best way to reduce the influence of Bhakoot Dosh. This should be done under the guidance of an experienced Vedic astrologist. Additionally, various yantras can be put to use for the purpose. Certain gemstones can prove beneficial also, although every individual reacts differently to the same gemstone. The Prescribed gemstones are based specifically on your horoscope and zodiac. Therefore gemstones should be worn only as advised by an expert Vedic astrologer, as the wrong gemstone could bring on rather harsh consequences. Chanting appropriate mantras can be of tremendous help in relaxing your mind; calmness is important while placing remedies in place.