Yogas, essentially, refer to the combination of the Sun and the Moon when a native is born in a constellation. There are a total of 27 different Yogas based on the twenty seven constellations propounded in Vedic Astrology. The astrological combinations or Niti yogas help decipher the personality traits of an individual like temperament, behavior and other characteristics. The Nitya Yogas are mathematically calculated by adding the longitudes of the Moon and the Sun and dividing the sum by 13 degrees and 20 minutes.
Vaidhriti means (Poor Support | Arresting | Holding)
Vaidhriti is the 27th Nitya (Naisargika) Yoga, which is ruled by Diti and considered to be extremely malefic one.
Natives are critical, scheming nature (at least initial part of life); powerful and overwhelming mentally or physically. They are courageous and work relentlessly for gain. They can cause harm to themselves by their own actions.
This yoga gives cheerfulness and positive energy to its native. They are unpredictable type. He or she performs the assigned task with a sporty spirit. His nature has some nice qualities e.g., They are a very laborious and able person. The Yoga will make the person very helpful and generous, but they may not get the credit they deserve for this (unable to get social recognition). They can be optimistic in nature.
People born in Vaidhriti Yoga are good at hard work and achieving success with focus. People born with Vaidhriti Yoga are knowledgeable and prone to believing others quickly.
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