It is generally agreed that Vishti Karana is the least desirable of all the Karana. This Karana brings about a worsening of the situation’s auspiciousness. There is another name for Vishti, and that name is Bhadra. It accomplishes what it claims to do as a result. The Karana represents one-half of a Tithi. Karana can be fluctuating or steady depending on the situation. The Karanas are ranked in order, and Vishti is the seventh one. During the time of Vishti Karana, no actions that bring good fortune are carried out. It is strongly recommended that every work be put off until later. According to astrology, Bhadra is able to move freely among all three realms. When it is located in “Mrityu Lok,” also known as the ground, it causes blockages in auspicious works, or we might say that it turns the fortunate nature of such activities into unlucky circumstances.
The significance of Vishti Karana in the process of identifying a Muhurat
While determining a Shubh Muhurat, all of the auspicious factors are taken into consideration at the beginning of the procedure. These include the Shubh Tithi, Shubh Samay, Shubh Nakshatra, Shubh day, and Shubh Karana. Because of the good fortune associated with all of these factors, we are able to produce a Shubh Muhurat. In this scenario, if Vishti Karana is present in the development of auspicious Muhurat, then it is recommended that the event be put off until a later time.
The influence and scope of Vishti Karana’s work
Individuals who are born during the time of Vishti Karana are more likely to get involved in illegal activities. Because of the immoral actions that these Indians have taken, there is a chance that they may be defamed on occasion. They have a great deal of ambition and bring in a lot of money, but they might not be using the appropriate methods. It’s possible that the locals are flirty. Because of this, it’s possible that their own married life may be impacted. They might start a company that deals in the wholesale or retail distribution of medicinal products in order to provide for themselves and their families. These indigenous people will perform well in the medical area provided that they put in a lot of effort. They will be rewarded with money and honour proportional to the amount of effort that they have put in.
The locals who were born in this Karana are known for their loud voices. They have no fear in them. They may frequently deal with issues pertaining to their health. They are also prone to making poor decisions at work since they are easily led astray. As a consequence of this, other people continue to be wary of them. The behaviour of the indigenous people is also adversely influenced by this Karana. These locals have a propensity to engage in disputes that are not sought, to make enemies, and to be ready at all times to object to others. They do not enjoy interacting with other people. They are willing to go to whatever lengths necessary to exact revenge on those who have wronged them.
What is Karana (करण)\
The Hindu Panchang is made up of five separate parts. First is the date (tithi), then the day (war), then the constellation (nakshatra), then a yoga, and finally the Karana. After figuring out these five punching organs, a good or “Mangal” job can begin. Let’s tell you about Karana. How many, what are their names, what is the importance of Karana in good deeds, and when is Karana fulfilled or not?
Karana is the name for half of the tithi. It is based on the tithi, or lunar day. When the moon goes through all 6 degrees, one Karana is done. In other words, one tithi has two Karanas. The end of the tithi also marks the end of one Karana. In the first half, there is one Karana, and in the second half, there is another. Astrology talks about 11 different kinds of Karanas. During the lunar month of 30, they all happen again in a certain order. Seven Karana appears eight times in two Pakshas, for a total of 56 occurrences.
The other four Karanas follow a set pattern. So, there are 60 Karana in a lunar month. Karana has 11 types of names: Bav, Balav, Kaulav, Taytil, Gar, Vanij, Vishti, Shakuni, Chaturshpad, Nag and Kistughan. Shakuni in Uthardhar (in the first half), Chatushpad in Purvadhra or the second half of Amavasya, the Uttardha of the name in Amavasya, and Pratipadha of Shuklapaksha are Kistughan Karanas in the second half of the Krishna paksha, on the 14th day, Chaturdashi. Visti Karana is called Bhadra when it’s thought that it can’t do any good work. All of these 11 Karanas have something to do with how man was made.