(Last Updated on : 08/03/2014)
Vivah Yog is one of the noteworthy aspects of palmistry. Palmists opine that Vivah Yog is directly associated with the married life of an individual. Thus, it is studied with utmost care in palmistry. As per palmistry, when the mount of Jupiter
and the mount of Venus
are developed, then their combination makes the Vivah Yog. Interestingly, study of Vivah Yog on a person's hand in Palmistry has provided several significant facts about their results.
Happy or unhappy married life of a person can be determined by a thorough study of the different combinations of Vivah Yog. Palmists have opined after a thorough research that if the fate line begins from Mount of Moon
and it ends at Heart line
and if the fate line crosses the mount of Jupiter, then such a combination is said to be the combination of a happy married life. Individuals with such a combination are said to have a happy and peaceful married life. Further, it is also said that if the mount of Venus
is not properly developed and if there is any red star sign on mount of Venus, then this combination is considered as the combination of an unhappy marriage. If there is any mark of island on marriage line
and a cross mark on the fate line
then it is also said to be a combination of an unhappy marriage. It is believed in Palmistry that in those cases there are chances of an existing ill-feeling between the married couple. Thus, in those cases mutual relationship between the married couple remains troubled throughout.
Moreover, it is also said according to the science of Palmistry
that if the mount of Venus is comparatively more developed and if the Sun line and the marriage line cut each other then in such cases it is said to be the combination of unequal marriage. Palmistry also says that if the line of Sun has some contact with line of Venus, then such grouping indicates that a person will be married with a trader.
Interestingly, there are certain combinations that are only found in the hands of a female. There are some combinations that indicate difficulties in marriage. Vivah Yog also warns against the evil possibilities of marriage life.