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30-10-2011 04:36 AM #1
A wedding date that's neither auspicious nor inauspicious, good or bad? Which is more accurate, the Indian or Chinese system?
I have 2 important questions:
1. I am considering 21st October 2012 as my wedding date.
However! Take a look at the list of auspicious wedding dates for 2012 and the inauspicious list
Strangely, 21st October 2012 is not listed in either of them....how come?! What does it mean? Good or bad, or neutral? Is it a good idea to go for it?
2. Looks like the Chinese are not the only one believing in the significance of dates when it comes to marriages. The Indians apparently do too. I find that certain dates can be auspicious according to the Indians, but inauspicious according to the Chinese, and vice versa. I think the universe should treat us the same no matter our nationalities.....so which is more accurate, the Chinese or Indian system?
31-10-2011 10:44 AM #2
i think it's up to what you believe. if you are chinese then it's more applicable to believe the chinese system.
11-11-2011 03:47 PM #3
Hi, so if not overly superstitious it's ok/advisable to do it on such a "neutral" date right? My date is neither auspicious or inauspicious too.
21-01-2014 05:53 PM #4
yeah. just depends on your beliefs and customs.
22-01-2014 02:19 PM #5
I guess it depends on what you believe in. We, as a couple, didn't believe that date thingy that much since we're not really that into superstitions.
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