Gandmool Nakshatra

Nakshatras or 27 constellations have been mentioned in astrology. Some of these are auspicious constellations and some are unlucky. The Gandmool Nakshatra falls under the category of ominous or unlucky constellations. Akashvani, Ashlesha, Magha, Jyeshtha, Mool and Revati fall into the Gandmool Nakshatra category. When zodiac and constellation finish in the same position, then the position is called the Gandmool Nakshatra. It is believed that the father of a child born in the Gandmool Nakshatra should not see his newborn for 27 days. This leads to difficulties in the life of the father. Like Gandmool, the Mool nakshatra is considered to be the most unlucky constellation. The life of the person born in the mool nakshatra is full of suffering and distress. This dosha is called the Gandmool dosha. This dosha occurs in every 18th horoscope.

If the natives born in the Gandmool Nakshatra are under the positive influence, then they will have different ideas. They will have a lot of successes in which every area they wish to make their future. Such children are intelligent and full of awareness. While the child is under the ominous effect, they will be grumpy, unhealthy and jealous. For these ominous effects, it is necessary to soothe the child's Gand Mool nakshatra dosha.

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Gandmool Dosha

Now, what is the Gandmool Nakshatra Dosha? The Gandmool Nakshatra dosha can be seen in the baby's birth chart when the moon is located under six constellations at the time of the child's birth, that combination is called the Gandmool Nakshatra. Although it is considered to be an ominous constellation, there may be a difference in the effect of the Gandmool dosha according to the special constellations. According to Vedic astrology, the Gandmool dosha is considered to be unlucky and it is necessary to redress it. Out of the 27 constellations, six constellations, incidentally, produce the Gandmool dosha, which is an ominous result. This makes the natives born in this nakshatra become distressed. These nakshatras create many troubles and obstacles in the life of the natives. These six Gand Mool nakshatras give rise to the Gandmool dosha. These Gandmool nakshatras are Asashvani, Ashleusha, Magh, Jyeshtha, Mool and Revati. The rulers of these Gandmool constellations are Mars and Ketu. According to astrology, when the Moon, Revati, Ashvani, Magha, Jyeshtha or the Mool nakshatra are located in a person's constellation then he is considered as having the Gand Mool Nakshatra.

Gand Mool Nakshatra Phases and Types

The Gandmool Nakshatra is divided into four phases. They show their influence on the child's mother, father, brother, sister or any other member of the family. The placement of the moon at any stage of the six constellations creates a dosha. The moon in the fourth phase of the Revati Nakshatra becomes a Gand Mool dosha. The moon in the fourth stage of the Ashlesha nakshatra becomes a dosha, in the first phase in Magha Nakshatra, in the fourth phase in the Jyeshtha Nakshatra and the Moon in the first phase of the Mool Nakshatra creates the Gand Mool dosha. This dosha in the special phase of any one of the six constellations creates the Gand Mool dosha. Gandmool dosha has a different influence on every native. Therefore, it is important to know at what stage the moon is located and which dosha is being created so as to find the appropriate remedy.


It is considered auspicious for a man born in the first phase of The Ashwini and Ashlesha Nakshatra.  People born under in the second or third phase can face the loss of wealth or the mother has to endure hardships. Father faces a crisis when a baby is born in the fourth phase. The life of the elder brother of the child born in the first phase of Magha Nakshatra is full of troubles. On the other hand, for the native-born in the second phase, the younger brother has to suffer.

In the third phase, the mother and in the fourth stage, the father has to suffer. The results are seen within two years from birth. A girl born in the yoga of Jyeshtha Nakshatra and Damangalwar can cause sorrow to her brother. She can create a crisis for her brother. The father of the person born in the first phase of the Mool nakshatra has to face life-long suffering. The mother of the person born in the second phase has to face the suffering. There is the erosion of wealth in the third stage. But if the natives are born in the fourth phase, it is considered auspicious. A girl born in the yoga of Revati Nakshatra and Raviwar yoga may have to face trouble on the in-law's side. In the first four years of marriage, the results can be seen. 

Gand Mool Nakshatra Remedies

It is necessary to remove the effect of the Gandmool Nakshatra. The child or its relatives should not face any problems that are why the Gand Mool Shanti puja must be performed. This pooja gives you freedom from the Gand Mool dosha. According to the natives' birth nakshatra, the ominous effects of the Gandmool Nakshatra are reduced by worshipping the concerned deity. Those born in The Akashvani, Magh, MoolNakshatra, should worship Lord Ganesha. They must wear green clothes on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Those born in Ashlesha, Jyeshtha and

Revati Nakshatra should worship the planet, Mercury. Natives born in any of these constellations should donate green vegetable, pan or bronze utensils on Wednesday. On the 27th day of the birth of a child born in Gandmool, Gand Mool Shanti Puja should be performed.

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