How Does Being Born In Shukla Paksha Influence An Individual’s Destiny?

Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha are based on cycles of the moon. The fifteen day aeon if the moon is waxing is accepted as Shukla Paksha while the fifteen day appearance if the moon is crumbling is accepted as Krishna Paksha. Anniversary Paksha comprises of fifteen tithis (or dates), wherein Shukla Paksha culminates with Purnima or the abounding moon while Krishna Paksha culminates with Amavasya, which is the new moon night if the moon is not visible. As per the Vedic Astrology, phases of the moon, in affiliation with the tithi if a getting is built-in are believed to be of a abounding significance.

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