• Nabhi Rajju – Krittika, Punarvasu, Uttaraphalguni, Visakha, Uttarashadha and Purvabhadrapada.
• Kanta Rajju – Rohini, Ardra, Hasta, Swati, Sravana, and Satabisha.
• Siro Rajju – Mrigasirsha, Chitra, and Sravishta. If the asterisms of the couple come under Padha Rajju, they will travel to foreign countries; Ooroo Rajju causes loss of property; Nabhi Rajju shows loss of offspring; Kanta Rajju signifies the death of the woman; Siro Rajju, the death of the man. Therefore, the asterisms of the couple should not be in the same division. Thus the sages interpret Rajju.
10. Vedha: The following sets of asterisms are mutually repellent. There should be no marriage between a man and a woman, whose asterisms are found in the same set: Aswini and Jyeshta, Bharani and Anuradha, Krittika and Visakha, Rohini and Swati, Ardra and Sravana, Punarvasu and Uttarashadha, Pushya and Purvashadha, Aslesha and Mula, Magha and Revati, Purvaphalguni and Uttarabhadrapada, Uttaraphalguni and Purvabhadrapada, Hasta and Satabisha, Mrigasirsha, Citra and Sravashta.
Exception: Rajju, Vedhai, Ganam, and Rasi – the adverse effects arising from these need not be considered, if 1. The lords of Janma-Rasis of the man and the woman be the same, 2. They be friendly planets and 3. If their Janma-Rasis be diametrically opposite signs of the zodiac.
Dhina, Gana, Yoni, Rasi, and Rajju, are the five chief points in which there should be agreement in the horoscopes of the bridegroom and bride. Of these, Dhina and Rajju are first in importance. Dhina is particularly so to Brahmanas; Gana to Kshatriyas; Rasi to Vaisyas; and Yoni to Sudras.
Agreement in respect of Dhina, Gana, etc, – Dhina gives good luck; Gana brings wealth; Mahendhra develops attachment. Stri-Dirgam promotes welfare; Yoni gives birth to many sons; Rasi shows growth of family; Rasyadhipati indicates prosperity in corn; Vasya favours