Doubts In Name

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I have a doubt in name numerology. You mentioned that 3 is inimical to 6. My name number is 33. My day no. is 6 and life no. is 7.

My marriage day number is 11 (2) and compound number is 33 (6).

Will the marriage date with 6 will bring ill effects to my marriage?

Reply by Kannan M

If you have 6 & 7 you have to be thrice careful. Your name components have to be examined for individual inimical vibes and the overall name should also be examined for its vibes.

If any of these are inimical to your husband's name, even then your marriage date will fail. You can not have a marriage date of 3, 5, 7, 8, or 9 either as a day number and compound number.

And the marriage time is much more important. If the name numerology of the date is good and you marry on a bad Thithi, bad Star, bad Yoga, bad Karana, and bad Day, your marriage will fail.

There is a rule called panchaka rahitha vidhi, it should be obeyed.

You are not allowed to get married during times of evil energy which must be calculated as per the Drik system followed by scientific astronomers. The local panchangs are defective in this respect.

That is why there are so many unhappy marriages, divorces, and family court cases. Better get your name numerology numbers, date, names, and wedding time, examined by us for an expert opinion.

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You can overcome bad luck and achieve good luck only if you correct your name as per name numerology, astrology, and bioenergetics. Do this by visiting the contact page in this web site.

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